4 edition of Persistent pollutants in marine ecosystems found in the catalog.
Persistent pollutants in marine ecosystems
|Statement||edited by Colin H. Walker and David R. Livingstone.|
|Series||SETAC special publications series|
|Contributions||Walker, C. H. 1936-, Livingstone, David R.|
|LC Classifications||QH545.P39 P47 1992|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 272 p. :|
|Number of Pages||272|
|LC Control Number||92006423|
Visit a beach almost anywhere and you will see plastic waste floating in the water and heaped above the tide lines. That debris is both a source and an overt signal of the even more pervasive contamination of marine biota by persistent chemicals. Present at ultra-trace levels but often highly toxic, chemical pollutants can be challenging to measure and understand. As the most problematic. Persistent organic pollutants (POPs) remain a risk to marine ecosystem health. POPs accumulate in fat tissue and are biomagnified up through food webs, generating high concentrations in apex predators, including marine mammals. Seals are thus often cited as sentinels of marine environment POP levels.
Coastal Pollution: Sources, Fate and Effects of Pollutants in Coastal Ecosystems bring together the theoretical background on common and emerging marine pollutants and their effects on organisms (ecotoxicology). Written by a well-renowned expert in the field who is a researcher, teacher and advisor of national and international institutions on issues, such as oil spills, water quality. POPs: a persistent problem, pole to pole The majority of persistent organic pollutants (POPs) identified until now are banned or restricted around the world owing to concerns about their harm to ecosystems and human health. However, this is not the end of the story; even long-banned POPs still linger in the environment; others are.
Persistent Organic Pollutants in Marine Ecosystems coastal as well as marine waters affecting their ecosystems. When dealing with pollutants it is important to understand for a given compound its persistence (P) in the environment and its long range transport potential (LRTP). These two characteristics help in. The Stockholm Convention on Persistent Organic Pollutants, which was adopted in and entered into force in , is a global treaty whose purpose is to safeguard human health and the environment from highly harmful chemicals that persist in the environment and affect the .
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Purchase Persistent Pollutants in Marine Ecosystems - 1st Edition. Print Book & E-Book. ISBNBook Edition: 1. This new volume from the SETAC (Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry) Special Publications Series examines the phenomenon of persistent pollutants in the seas and oceans.
Unlike the highly visible and obvious effects caused by oil, certain chemicals have unseen but long-term and far-reaching effects on the marine ecosystem. Buy Persistent Pollutants in Marine Ecosystems (Society of Environment Toxicology and Chemistry) on FREE SHIPPING on qualified orders Persistent Pollutants in Marine Ecosystems (Society of Environment Toxicology and Chemistry): Livingstone, D.R., Walker, C.H.: : Books.
Marine Pollution: Sources, Fate and Effects of Pollutants in Coastal Ecosystems bring together the theoretical background on common and emerging marine pollutants and their effects on organisms (ecotoxicology). Written by a renowned expert in the field who is a researcher, teacher and advisor of national and international institutions on issues.
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Persistent, emerging, and oil pollutants (PEOPs) in marine ecosystem are a threat to human health. Humans are exposed to such pollutants largely by eating contaminated sea foods.
Industrial effluents, surface runoffs, and trans-atmospheric transport Persistent pollutants in marine ecosystems book the major sources of these pollutants. Persistent organic pollutants in the marine food chain. Climate Change, Population, Health, Food & Nutrition.
Article. •02• Chris Metcalfe. Photo: Minette Layne. Coastal ecosystems are severely stressed in many parts of the world as a result of overpopulation, intense coastal development, urbanization, spiraling resource use.
The study was conducted to determine the distribution of accumulation of persistent organic pollutants (POPs) in the ecosystem components and environment in the Arctic regions of Russia.
A GIS software was used to obtain data from regions and locations for which POP concentrations exceeded threshold values or remained within the normal : Vladimir A.
Kudrjashov. Here, the Arctic Messenger will tell us how a class of chemicals called persistent organic pollutants (POPs) and some metals (especially mercury) have accumulated through the Arctic ecosystem to top predators and to indigenous peoples. At the heart of the story is the conspiracy of a number of independent properties of these substances that.
Marine Pollution: Sources, Fate and Effects of Pollutants in Coastal Ecosystems bring together the theoretical background on common and emerging marine pollutants and their effects on organisms (ecotoxicology).
Written by a renowned expert in the field who is a researcher, teacher and advisor of national and international institutions on issues such as oil spills, water quality assessment and. Genre/Form: Conference papers and proceedings Congresses: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Persistent pollutants in marine ecosystems.
Oxford ; New York: Pergamon Press, The Elements of Environmental Pollution 1st Edition - Ebookgroup The Elements of Environmental Pollution 1st Edition. For example, the human activities cited generate a significant input of chemical pollutants (e.g.
metals, persistent organic pollutants, nanoparticles, radionuclides and nutrients) that is known to impact the biodiversity and the marine ecological system [3, 10].
In book: Mathrubhumi Year Book PlusEdition:Chapter: Environmental Pollution, Publisher: Mathrubhumi, Editors: Mathrubhumi, pp Genre/Form: Electronic books Conference papers and proceedings Congresses: Additional Physical Format: Print version: Persistent pollutants in marine ecosystems.
An approach for the modelling of persistent pollutants in marine ecosystems. International Council for the Exploration of the Sea, ICES C.M. /V: 10, 16 p. Introduction Persistent pollutants, i.e., biologically non-degradablesubstances such as heavy metals and radionuclides.
Marine pollution occurs when harmful effects result from the entry into the ocean of chemicals, particles, industrial, agricultural and residential waste, noise, or the spread of invasive percent of marine pollution comes from land. Air pollution is also a contributing factor by carrying off pesticides or dirt into the ocean.
Land and air pollution have proven to be harmful to. Persistent organic pollutants (POPs) are chemical substances that persist in the environment, accumulate in the food web, and pose a risk of adverse effects in humans and wildlife ([ 1 ]).
Rachel Carson first identified the potentially devastating effect of POPs on wildlife in the early s ([ 2 ]).
In the late s, polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs) were detected in high. The amount of microplastics in marine waters will steadily rise, and questions about their impact on marine ecosystems will linger.
KEY WORDS: Microplastics Ingestion Marine organisms Persistent organic pollutants Trophic transfer Biomagnification Marine food web Marine. This book brings together what is known about the major classes of these pollutants in the Great Lakes.
Each chapter reviews our knowledge of the extent of contamination of the various parts of the Great Lakes ecosystem (air, water, sediment, fishes, birds, etc.), what is known about the trends over time of this contamination, and knowledge.
An article published on Ap in the peer-reviewed journal Environmental Sciences Europe addressed environmental risks arising due to the persistency of marine litter plastics, with a particular focus on their toxic chemicals components.
The article is authored by Frederic Gallo from the Barcelona Convention for the Protection of the Marine Environment and the Coastal Region of the. Global Contamination Trends of Persistent Organic Chemicals provides comprehensive coverage of spatial and temporal trends of classical and emerging contaminants in aquatic, terrestrial, and marine ecosystems, including the Arctic and Antarctic ecosystems.
Compiled by an international group of experts, this volume covers. Human activities have resulted in considerable discharges into marine ecosystems (Islam & Tanaka ) that have led to anoxic zones (Rabalais ), ingestion of inorganic contaminants by marine biota (e.g., Avery-Gomm et al.
), the introduction of human pathogens into marine systems (Daszak et al. ), and persistent organic pollutants.