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Heavy metals in Tasmanian shellfish. 1. Monitoring heavy metal contamination in the Derwent estuary: use of oysters and mussels



Heavy metals in Tasmanian shellfish. 1. Monitoring heavy metal contamination in the Derwent estuary: use of oysters and mussels



Journal of applied toxicology: JAT 2(2): 99-109




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DOI: 10.1002/jat.2550020208



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