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View Resource Transport of Naphthalene in theOyster Ostrea Edulis

In small oysters (Ostrea edulis), transport of naphthalene between tissues is primarily by diffusion and not via the circulatory system. In intact oysters, accumulation in the adductor muscle and...

http://www.springerlink.com/content/mj086575k40ru1p4/
View Resource Changes in Streamflow Timing in New England During the 20th Century ... from the National Streamflow Information Program

The amount, timing, and form of precipitation (rain, sleet, or snow) directly affect the amount and timing of runoff into rivers and streams, particularly in northern and mountainous areas. If air...

http://pubs.usgs.gov/fs/2005/3019/
View Resource Use of Two Marine Gastropods, Austrocochlea Constricta and Bembicium Auratum, as Biomonitors of Zinc, Cadmium, and Copper Exposure: Effect of Tissue Distribution, Gender, Reproductive State, and T

This investigation examined the influence of tissue distribution, gender, reproductive state, temporal variation, salinity, and water temperature on zinc, cadmium, and copper tissue concentrations in...

http://www.bioone.org/doi/abs/10.2112/05-0601.1
View Resource List of Common and Scientific Names

Scientific names are presented in taxonomic groupings to the Order, except for the Monera and Fungi, which are presented only by Phylum. Within Order, scientific names are presented alphabetically....

http://www.fws.gov/northeast/njfieldoffice/pcp_2007/chapter_...
View Resource Wildlife Fauna and Integration of Organic Matter into Marine Food Webs

Two complementary studies were performed on the macrozoobenthic community: (1) a specific small-scale study on the exportation of the halophytic organic matter from salt marshes toward the tidal flat...

http://ecobio.univ-rennes1.fr/eurossam/Final%20report/task9....
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