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Title Demographic toxicity : methods in ecological risk assessment / edited by H. Reşit Akc̜akaya, John D. Stark, Todd S. Bridges.

Imprint Oxford ; New York : Oxford University Press, 2008.

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Description 1 online resource (ix, 277 pages) : illustrations, maps
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Demographic toxicity: assessing the population-level impacts of contaminants -- Lucilia sericata laboratory populations: toxicant effects modified by stage-specific density dependence and stochasticity -- Population-level modeling of mercury stress in the Florida Panther Metapopulation -- Raccoon Harvesting on and near the U.S. Department of Energy's Savannah River site: Utility of Metapopulation Modeling for Prediciton and Management of Hunter Risk -- Earthworms in Northwestern Europe: Sublethal effects of copper on Population viability -- Stressor Impacts on Common Loons in New Hampshire, USA: A demonstration study for effects of stressor distributed across space -- Population-level effects of PCBs on wood frogs -- Potential effects of freshwater and estuarine contaminant exposure on lower columbia river Chinook salmon -- Water flea Population recovery after pesticide exposure -- The effects of experimental demographic reduction on population dynamics -- Pollution, stochasticity, and Spatial heterogencity in the dynamics of an age-structured population of Brown trout living in a river network -- Uisng a spatial modeling approach to explore ecological factors relevant to the persistence of an estuarine fish in a PCB-contaminated estuary -- Demographic effects fo the polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbon flouranthene on Two sibling species of the polychaete -- Application of populati modeling to a causal analysis of the decline in the Cherry point pacific herring -- Endocrine disruption in Eelpout on the Swedish Baltic Coast: population-level effects on Male-biased broods -- Leptocheirus plumulosus in the upper chesapeake bay: Sediment toxicity effects at the Metapopulation level -- Applications of life table response experiments to the evaluation of toxicant effects at the population level with the Polychaete.
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Subject Pollution -- Environmental aspects.
Pollution -- Physiological effect.
Population biology.
Ecological risk assessment.
Genre/Form Electronic books.
Added Author Akc̜akaya, H. R.
Stark, John D.
Bridges, Todd S.
Other Form: Print version: Demographic toxicity. Oxford ; New York : Oxford University Press, 2008 9780195332964 0195332962 (DLC) 2007023306 (OCoLC)144598083
ISBN 9780199715640 (electronic bk.)
0199715645 (electronic bk.)
0195332962 (Cloth)
9780195332964 (cloth ; alk. paper)