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The use of risk assessment techniques to develop acceptable concentrations of bioaccumulative chlorinated organic chemicals in aquatic based ecosystems I for the protection of aquatic species



The use of risk assessment techniques to develop acceptable concentrations of bioaccumulative chlorinated organic chemicals in aquatic based ecosystems I for the protection of aquatic species



Canadian Technical Report of Fisheries & Aquatic Sciences 0(2050): 135




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