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Acute and long term effects of methoxychlor larviciding on the aquatic invertebrates of the Athabasca River, Alberta



Acute and long term effects of methoxychlor larviciding on the aquatic invertebrates of the Athabasca River, Alberta



Control of black flies in the Athabasca River Technical report An interdisciplinary study for the chemical control of Simulium arcticum Malloch in relation to the bionomics of biting flies in the protection of human, animal, and industrial resources and its impact on the aquatic environment: 151-158



In further studies on the effects of methoxychlor on non-target organisms when applied to the Athabasca River, Alberta, against Simulium arcticum Mall. (see preceding abstract, etc.), the 1975 treatment, in spite of being half the exposure time of the previous year (see preceding abstract but one, etc.), still had a considerable deleterious effect on the non-target fauna of the river.

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