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View Resource Occurrence of Endocrine Active Compounds and Biological Responses in the Mississippi River - Study Design and Data, June through August 2006

Concern that selected chemicals in the environment may act as endocrine active compounds in aquatic ecosystems is widespread; however, few studies have examined the occurrence of endocrine active...

http://pubs.usgs.gov/ds/368/
View Resource Great Lakes Research Program

In 2001, the International Joint Commission requested ATSDR?s ?assistance in evaluating the public health implications of environmental contamination in Great Lakes Areas of Concern (AOCs) by pro...

http://www.atsdr.cdc.gov/grtlakes/index.html
View Resource Chlorine Dioxide: What You Can't Tell From the Name

Simple chemistry shows that while chlorine dioxide has chlorine in its name, its structure is radically different from chlorine. And it's this difference that explains the superior environmental...

http://aet.org/reports/communication_resources/fact_sheets/n...
View Resource Water Pollutants

There are many sources of pollution in our waters. In addition to point sources such as sewage and industrial waste, a great deal of water pollution comes from non-point sources such as agricultural...

http://www.epa.gov/ebtpages/watewaterpollutants.html
View Resource Water Pollutants

The EPA released to the news media Dec.14, 1988 information that stated there is some kind of toxic substance in our ground water no matter where we live in the US! We have all heard some reference...

http://www.excelwater.com/eng/b2c/about_3.php
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