Occurrence and Distribution of Organochlorine Compounds in Biological Tissue and Bed Sediment from Streams in the Trinity River Basin, Texas, 1992-93




Moring JB

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The purpose of the report is to describe the occurrence and distribution of organochlorine compounds in biological tissue and bed sediment from streams in the Trinity River Basin. The distribution of organochlorine compounds in relation to general land-use practices in the basin and characteristics of the aquatic biota used for tissues analysis and sediment are emphasized




43F Problem-Solving Information For State & Local Governments: Environment, 57H Medicine & Biology: Ecology, 68D Environmental Pollution & Control: Water Pollution & Control, 91A Urban & Regional Technology & Development: Environmental Management & Planning, Animal tissues, Animals, Aquatic ecosystems, Bioaccumulation, Bioassay, Bottom sediments, Chlordan, Clams, DDT, Eastern Region, Ecological concentration, Fish, General, Investigations, Land use, National Water Quality Assessment, National Water Quality Assessment Program, NAWQA, Organic chlorine compounds, Organochlorine insecticides, Pesticides, Polychlorinated biphenyls, River Basins, Texas, Tissues, Trinity River, United States, Water, Water pollution detection, Water pollution effects, Water resources