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The biological consequences of selenium in aquatic ecosystems

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Authors

Elizabeth A. Davis
Kurt J. Maier
Allen W. Knight

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California Agriculture 42(1):18-29.

Published January 01, 1988

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Attention has only recently been directed to selenium and its long-term effects in aquatic food chains.

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The authors' research has been supported by grants from the U.S. Geological Survey (#14–08–0001–G1495), the University of California Salinity and Drainage Task Force (#86–9), the Water Resources Center of the University of California (UCAL-WRC-W-669), the Toxic Substances Research and Teaching Program, and the Public Service Research and Dissemination Program.

The biological consequences of selenium in aquatic ecosystems

Elizabeth A. Davis, Kurt J. Maier, Allen W. Knight
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The biological consequences of selenium in aquatic ecosystems

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Share using any of the popular social networks Share by sending an email Print article

Authors

Elizabeth A. Davis
Kurt J. Maier
Allen W. Knight

Publication Information

California Agriculture 42(1):18-29.

Published January 01, 1988

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Author Affiliations show

Abstract

Attention has only recently been directed to selenium and its long-term effects in aquatic food chains.

Full text

Full text is available in PDF.

Author notes

The authors' research has been supported by grants from the U.S. Geological Survey (#14–08–0001–G1495), the University of California Salinity and Drainage Task Force (#86–9), the Water Resources Center of the University of California (UCAL-WRC-W-669), the Toxic Substances Research and Teaching Program, and the Public Service Research and Dissemination Program.


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