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111. Trace element concentrations in liver of 16 species of cetaceans stranded on Pacific Islands from 1997
Angela M. K. Hansen, Colleen E Bryan, Kristi West, Brenda Jensen
The impacts of anthropogenic contaminants on marine ecosystems are a concern worldwide.
Anthropogenic activities can enrich trace elements in marine biota to concentrations that may
negatively impact organism health. Exposure to elevated concen ...
112. Two New Marine Sediment Standard Reference Materials (SRMs) for the Determination of Organic Contaminants
Stephen Albert Wise, Dianne L Poster, Michele Miller Schantz, John R Kucklick, Lane C Sander, M. J. Lopez de Alda, Patricia Schubert, Reenie May Parris, Barbara J. Porter
113. Urinary iodine and stable isotope analysis to examine habitat influences on thyroid hormones
among coastal dwelling American alligators
Ashley Sun Park Boggs, Heather J. Hamlin, James C. Nifong, Brittany L. Kassim, Russell H Lowers, Thomas M. Galligan, Stephen E Long, Louis J Guillette Jr.
The American alligator, a freshwater species, is known to forage in marine environments which
could lead to increased dietary uptake of iodine, a nutrient necessary for the production of
thyroid hormones. To explore the influence of dietary iodi ...