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Total Mercury Concentrations in Sea Lamprey Transformers Collected from Rivers in Wisconsin and Michigan during Fall 2013
(Lake Superior Research Institute, 2014-01-14)
Total Mercury Concentrations in Eggs of Female Sea Lamprey Collected from Rivers in Wisconsin and Michigan during Summer 2014
(Lake Superior Research Institute, 2014-12-08)
Total Mercury Concentrations in Muscle Tissue from Fish Captured during the Spring – Fall 2013 in Michigan Waters of Lake Superior
(Lake Superior Research Institute, 2014-02-12)
Total Mercury Concentrations in Muscle Tissue from Walleye, Northern Pike, and Muskellunge Collected from Inland Lakes during Spring 2014
(Lake Superior Research Institute, 2014-10-31)
Metals Concentrations in Muscle Tissue from Walleye, Smallmouth Bass, and a Sturgeon Collected from Lakes and Rivers within the 1854 Ceded Territory during Fall 2016
(Lake Superior Research Institute, 2017-02-10)
Whole fish samples of walleye (Sander vitreus) and smallmouth bass (Micropterus dolomieu), captured during the fall of 2016 from lakes within the 1854 Ceded Territory were analyzed for total mercury (Hg) content at the ...
Transport of Toxic substances into Lake Superior by Suspended Solids
A primary threat to Great Lakes sport and commercial fisheries arises from contamination problems due to the introduction of certain xenobiotic chemicals in aquatic environments. Of particular concern are hydrophobic ...
An Account of Two Decades of Applied Research and Public Education 1969 to 1989
The Center for Lake superior Environmental studies (CLSES) was created in the late 1960's, a period of national environmental concern. The founding scientists, from the departments of biology, chemistry, geology and ...
ACUTE TOXICITY OF SILVER TO SELECTED FRESHEATER INVERTEBRATES
Silver is used in jewelry, silverware, coins, electroplating, .and photo graphic processes. It is a waste product in the manufacture of these products and processes. Also, metal mining ...
ACUTE TOXICITY OF SELENIUM (IV) AND SELENIUM (VI) TO FRESHWATER ORGANISMS
The primary sources of selenium in the environment are geologic and industrial. Selenium closely resembles sulfur chemically, and sulfur or sulfide deposits of bismuth, copper, iron, lead, mercury, silver, and zinc ...
ACUTE TOXICITY OF ANTIMONY III TO SEVERAL SPECIES OF FRESHWATER ORGANISMS
Antimony (III) chloride is very soluble in water. The Merck Index (9th ed.) reports a solubility of 1 g SbC13 per 10.1 mL of water. This solution undergoes gradual hydrolysis to antimony oxychloride (SbOCl), which is ...