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    1. Fitzgerald, EF; Hwang, SA; Deres, DA; Bush, B; Cook, K; Worswick, P
      The association between local fish consumption and DDE, mirex, and HCB concentrations in the breast milk of Mohawk women at Akwesasne

      JOURNAL OF EXPOSURE ANALYSIS AND ENVIRONMENTAL EPIDEMIOLOGY
    2. Chiba, I; Sakakibara, A; Goto, Y; Isono, T; Yamamoto, Y; Iwata, H; Tanabe, S; Shimazaki, K; Akahori, F; Kazusaka, A; Fujita, S
      Negative correlation between plasma thyroid hormone levels and chlorinatedhydrocarbon levels accumulated in seals from the coast of Hokkaido, Japan

      ENVIRONMENTAL TOXICOLOGY AND CHEMISTRY
    3. Fernie, KJ; Smits, JE; Bortolotti, GR; Bird, DM
      Reproduction success of American kestrels exposed to dietary polychlorinated biphenyls

      ENVIRONMENTAL TOXICOLOGY AND CHEMISTRY
    4. Andersen, M; Lie, E; Derocher, AE; Belikov, SE; Bernhoft, A; Boltunov, AN; Garner, GW; Skaare, JU; Wiig, O
      Geographic variation of PCB congeners in polar bears (Ursus maritimus) from Svalbard east to the Chukchi Sea

      POLAR BIOLOGY
    5. Tryphonas, H; Arnold, DL; Bryce, F; Huang, J; Hodgen, M; Ladouceur, DT; Fernie, S; Lepage-Parenteau, M; Hayward, S
      Effects of toxaphene on the immune system of cynomolgus (Macaca fascicularis) monkeys

      FOOD AND CHEMICAL TOXICOLOGY
    6. LaKind, JS; Berlin, CM; Naiman, DQ
      Infant exposure to chemicals in breast milk in the United States: What we need to learn from a breast milk monitoring program

      ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH PERSPECTIVES
    7. Bargar, TA; Scott, GI; Cobb, GP
      Uptake and distribution of three PCB congeners and endosulfan by developing white leghorn chicken embryos (Gallus domesticus)

      ARCHIVES OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONTAMINATION AND TOXICOLOGY
    8. Li, YF; Cai, DJ; Shan, ZJ; Zhu, ZL
      Gridded usage inventories of technical hexachlorocyclohexane and lindane for china with 1/6 degrees latitude by 1/4 degrees longitude resolution

      ARCHIVES OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONTAMINATION AND TOXICOLOGY
    9. Fernie, KJ; Smits, JE; Bortolotti, GR; Bird, DM
      In ovo exposure to polychlorinated biphenyls: Reproductive effects on second-generation American kestrels

      ARCHIVES OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONTAMINATION AND TOXICOLOGY
    10. Kelly, BC; Gobas, FAPC
      Bioaccumulation of persistent organic pollutants in lichen-caribou-wolf food chains of Canada's Central and Western Arctic

      ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY
    11. Gordon, CA; Cristol, DA; Beck, RA
      Low reproductive success of Black Skimmers associated with low food availability

      WATERBIRDS
    12. Webster, L; Wells, DE; Campbell, LA
      Chlorobiphenyl contaminants at Pladda and Garroch Head in the Firth of Clyde in relation to sewage sludge input

      JOURNAL OF ENVIRONMENTAL MONITORING
    13. Grasman, KA; Armstrong, M; Hammersley, DL; Scanlon, PF; Fox, GA
      Geographic variation in blood plasma protein concentrations of young herring gulls (Larus argentatus) and Caspian terns (Sterna caspia) from the Great Lakes and Lake Winnipeg

      COMPARATIVE BIOCHEMISTRY AND PHYSIOLOGY C-PHARMACOLOGY TOXICOLOGY & ENDOCRINOLOGY
    14. Gilbertson, M
      Living with Great Lakes chemicals: Complementary strategies and cross-paradigm reconciliation

      ECOSYSTEM HEALTH
    15. Wolkers, H; Burkow, IC; Lydersen, C; Witkamp, RF
      Chlorinated pesticide concentrations, with an emphasis on polychlorinated camphenes (toxaphenes), in relation to cytochrome P450 enzyme activities inharp seals (Phoca groenlandica) from the Barents Sea

      ENVIRONMENTAL TOXICOLOGY AND CHEMISTRY
    16. Weisbrod, AV; Shea, D; Moore, MJ; John, JJ
      Bioaccumulation patterns of polychlorinated biphenyls and chlorinated pesticides in Northwest Atlantic pilot whales

      ENVIRONMENTAL TOXICOLOGY AND CHEMISTRY
    17. Jimenez, O; Jimenez, B; Gonzalez, MJ
      Isomer-specific polychlorinated biphenyl determination in cetaceans from the Mediterranean Sea: Enantioselective occurrence of chiral polychlorinatedbiphenyl congeners

      ENVIRONMENTAL TOXICOLOGY AND CHEMISTRY
    18. Karasov, WH; Meyer, MW
      Testing the role of contaminants in depressing avian numbers

      Revista chilena de historia natural
    19. Franz, TP; Eisenreich, SJ
      Accumulation of polychlorinated biphenyls and polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons in the snowpack of Minnesota and Lake Superior

      JOURNAL OF GREAT LAKES RESEARCH
    20. Muir, DCG; Norstrom, RJ
      Geographical differences and time trends of persistent organic pollutants in the Arctic

      TOXICOLOGY LETTERS
    21. Tryphonas, H; Bryce, F; Huang, J; Lacroix, F; Hodgen, M; Ladouceur, DT; Hayward, S
      Effects of toxaphene on the immune system of cynomolgus (Macaca fascicularis) monkeys. A pilot study

      FOOD AND CHEMICAL TOXICOLOGY
    22. Minh, TB; Prudente, MS; Watanabe, M; Tanabe, S; Nakata, H; Miyazaki, N; Jefferson, TA; Subramanian, A
      Recent contamination of persistent chlorinated endocrine disrupters in cetaceans from the North Pacific and Asian coastal waters

      WATER SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
    23. Karlson, K; Ishaq, R; Becker, G; Berggren, P; Broman, D; Colmsjo, A
      PCBs, DDTs and methyl sulphone metabolites in various tissues of harbour porpoises from Swedish waters

      ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION
    24. Kuhnlein, HV; Chan, HM
      Environment and contaminants in traditional food systems of northern indigenous peoples

      ANNUAL REVIEW OF NUTRITION
    25. Sandau, CD; Ayotte, P; Dewailly, E; Duffe, J; Norstrom, RJ
      Analysis of hydroxylated metabolites of PCBs (OH-PCBs) and other chlorinated phenolic compounds in whole blood from Canadian Inuit

      ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH PERSPECTIVES
    26. Minh, TB; Nakata, H; Watanabe, M; Tanabe, S; Miyazaki, N; Jefferson, TA; Prudente, M; Subramanian, A
      Isomer-specific accumulation and toxic assessment of polychlorinated biphenyls, including coplanar congeners, in cetaceans from the North Pacific andAsian coastal waters

      ARCHIVES OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONTAMINATION AND TOXICOLOGY
    27. Harris, ML; Wilson, LK; Elliott, JE; Bishop, CA; Tomlin, AD; Henning, KV
      Transfer of DDT and metabolites from fruit orchard soils to American robins (Turdus migratorius) twenty years after agricultural use of DDT in Canada

      ARCHIVES OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONTAMINATION AND TOXICOLOGY
    28. Wen, YH; Chan, HM
      A pharmacokinetic model for predicting absorption, elimination, and tissueburden of toxaphene in rats

      TOXICOLOGY AND APPLIED PHARMACOLOGY
    29. Marth, P; Martens, D; Schramm, KW; Schmitzer, J; Oxynos, K; Kettrup, A
      Environmental specimen banking. Herring gull eggs and breams as bioindicators for monitoring long-term and spatial trends of chlorinated hydrocarbons

      PURE AND APPLIED CHEMISTRY
    30. Becker, PR
      Concentration of chlorinated hydrocarbons and heavy metals in Alaska Arctic marine mammals

      MARINE POLLUTION BULLETIN
    31. Hebert, CE; Hobson, KA; Shutt, JL
      Changes in food web structure affect rate of PCB decline in herring gull (Larus argentatus) eggs

      ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY
    32. Tomy, GT; Muir, DCG; Stern, GA; Westmore, JB
      Levels of C-10-C-13 polychloro-n-alkanes in marine mammals from the Arcticand the St. Lawrence River estuary

      ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY
    33. Kanan, K; YAmashita, N; Imagawa, T; Decoen, W; Khim, JS; Day, RM; Summer, CL; Giesy, JP
      Polychlorinated naphthalenes and polychlorinated biphenyls in fishes from Michigan waters including the Great Lakes

      ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY
    34. Simcik, MF; Hoff, RM; Strachan, WMJ; Sweet, CW; Basu, I; Hites, RA
      Temporal trends of semivolatile organic contaminants in Great Lakes precipitation

      ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY
    35. Wiberg, K; Letcher, RJ; Sandau, CD; Norstrom, RJ; Tysklind, M; Bidleman, TF
      The enantioselective bioaccumulation of chiral chlordane and alpha-HCH contaminants in the polar bear food chain

      ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY
    36. Wayland, M; Hobson, KA; Sirois, J
      Environmental contaminants in colonial waterbirds from Great Slave Lake, NWT: spatial, temporal and food-chain considerations

      ARCTIC
    37. Hickie, BE; Mackay, D; de Koning, J
      Lifetime pharmacokinetic model for hydrophobic contaminants in marine mammals

      ENVIRONMENTAL TOXICOLOGY AND CHEMISTRY
    38. Webster, E; Mackay, D; Qiang, K
      Equilibrium lipid partitioning concentrations as a multi-media synoptic indicator of contaminant levels and trends in aquatic ecosystems

      JOURNAL OF GREAT LAKES RESEARCH
    39. Westgate, AJ; Tolley, KA
      Geographical differences in organochlorine contaminants in harbour porpoises Phocoena phocoena from the western North Atlantic

      MARINE ECOLOGY-PROGRESS SERIES
    40. Bottaro, CS; Kiceniuk, JW; Chatt, A
      Spatial distribution of extractable organohalogens in northern pink shrimpin the North Atlantic

      BIOLOGICAL TRACE ELEMENT RESEARCH
    41. Noren, K; Weistrand, C; Karpe, F
      Distribution of PCB congeners, DDE, hexachlorobenzene, and methylsulfonyl metabolites of PCB and DDE among various fractions of human blood plasma

      ARCHIVES OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONTAMINATION AND TOXICOLOGY
    42. Bruhn, R; Kannan, N; Petrick, G; Schulz-Bull, DE; Duinker, JC
      Persistent chlorinated organic contaminants in harbour porpoises from the North Sea, the Baltic Sea and Arctic waters

      SCIENCE OF THE TOTAL ENVIRONMENT
    43. Beckmen, KB; Ylitalo, GM; Towell, RG; Krahn, MM; O'Hara, TM; Blake, JE
      Factors affecting organochlorine contaminant concentrations in milk and blood of northern fur seal (Callorhinus ursinus) dams and pups from St. George Island, Alaska

      SCIENCE OF THE TOTAL ENVIRONMENT
    44. Muir, D; Braune, B; DeMarch, B; Norstrom, R; Wagemann, R; Lockhart, L; Hargrave, B; Bright, D; Addison, R; Payne, J; Reimer, K
      Spatial and temporal trends and effects of contaminants in the Canadian Arctic marine ecosystem: a review

      SCIENCE OF THE TOTAL ENVIRONMENT
    45. Koske, G; Leupold, G; Angerhofer, D; Parlar, H
      Multidimensional gas chromatographic enantiomer quantification of some chlorinated xenobiotics in cod liver and fish oils

      CHEMOSPHERE
    46. Unsworth, JB; Wauchope, RD; Klein, AW; Dorn, E; Zeeh, B; Yeh, SM; Akerblom, M; Racke, KD; Rubin, B
      Significance of the long range transport of pesticides in the atmosphere -(Technical report)

      PURE AND APPLIED CHEMISTRY
    47. HEBERT CE
      WINTER SEVERITY AFFECTS MIGRATION AND CONTAMINANT ACCUMULATION IN NORTHERN GREAT-LAKES HERRING-GULLS

      Ecological applications
    48. HUGHES KD; WESELOH DV; BRAUNE BM
      THE RATIO OF DDE TO PCB CONCENTRATIONS IN GREAT-LAKES HERRING GULL EGGS AND ITS USE IN INTERPRETING CONTAMINANTS DATA

      Journal of Great Lakes research
    49. BRAZNER J; DEVITA W
      PCBS, DDE, AND MERCURY IN YOUNG-OF-THE-YEAR LITTORAL FISHES FROM GREEN BAY, LAKE MICHIGAN

      Journal of Great Lakes research
    50. KLOBES U; VETTER W; GLOTZ D; LUCKAS B; SKIRNISSON K; HERSTEINSSON P
      LEVELS AND ENANTIOMERIC RATIOS OF CHLORINATED HYDROCARBONS IN LIVERS OF ARCTIC FOX (ALOPEX-LAGOPUS) AND ADIPOSE-TISSUE AND LIVER OF A POLARBEAR (URSUS-MARITIMUS) SAMPLED IN ICELAND

      International journal of environmental analytical chemistry (Print)
    51. NISBET ICT
      TRENDS IN CONCENTRATIONS AND EFFECTS OF PERSISTENT TOXIC CONTAMINANTSIN THE GREAT-LAKES - THEIR SIGNIFICANCE FOR INFERRING CAUSE-EFFECT RELATIONSHIPS AND VALIDATING MANAGEMENT ACTIONS

      Environmental monitoring and assessment
    52. SCHEIDER WA; COX C; HAYTON A; HITCHIN G
      CURRENT STATUS AND TEMPORAL TRENDS IN CONCENTRATIONS OF PERSISTENT TOXIC-SUBSTANCES IN SPORT FISH AND JUVENILE FORAGE FISH IN THE CANADIAN WATERS OF THE GREAT-LAKES

      Environmental monitoring and assessment
    53. FOX GA; TRUDEAU S; WON H; GRASMAN KA
      MONITORING THE ELIMINATION OF PERSISTENT TOXIC-SUBSTANCES FROM THE GREAT-LAKES - CHEMICAL AND PHYSIOLOGICAL EVIDENCE FROM ADULT HERRING-GULLS

      Environmental monitoring and assessment
    54. RYCKMAN DP; WESELOH DV; HAMR P; FOX GA; COLLINS B; EWINS PJ; NORSTROM RJ
      SPATIAL AND TEMPORAL TRENDS IN ORGANOCHLORINE CONTAMINATION AND BILL DEFORMITIES IN DOUBLE-CRESTED CORMORANTS (PHALACROCORAX-AURITUS) FROM THE CANADIAN GREAT-LAKES

      Environmental monitoring and assessment
    55. ROE SL; MACISAAC HJ
      TEMPORAL VARIATION OF ORGANOCHLORINE CONTAMINANTS IN THE ZEBRA MUSSELDREISSENA-POLYMORPHA IN LAKE ERIE

      Aquatic toxicology
    56. NORSTROM RJ; BELIKOV SE; BORN EW; GARNER GW; MALONE B; OLPINSKI S; RAMSAY MA; SCHLIEBE S; STIRLING I; STISHOV MS; TAYLOR MK; WIIG O
      CHLORINATED-HYDROCARBON CONTAMINANTS IN POLAR BEARS FROM EASTERN RUSSIA, NORTH-AMERICA, GREENLAND, AND SVALBARD - BIOMONITORING OF ARCTIC POLLUTION

      Archives of environmental contamination and toxicology
    57. STRANDBERG B; BANDH C; VANBAVEL B; BERGQVIST PA; BROMAN D; NAF C; PETTERSEN H; RAPPE C
      CONCENTRATIONS, BIOMAGNIFICATION AND SPATIAL VARIATION OF ORGANOCHLORINE COMPOUNDS IN A PELAGIC FOOD-WEB IN THE NORTHERN PART OF THE BALTICSEA

      Science of the total environment
    58. WOLKERS J; BURKOW IC; LYDERSEN C; DAHLE S; MONSHOUWER M; WITKAMP RF
      CONGENER-SPECIFIC PCB AND POLYCHLORINATED CAMPHENE (TOXAPHENE) LEVELSIN SVALBARD RINGED SEALS (PHOCA-HISPIDA) IN RELATION TO SEX, AGE, CONDITION AND CYTOCHROME-P450 ENZYME-ACTIVITY

      Science of the total environment
    59. MARSILI L; FOSSI MC; DISCIARA GN; ZANARDELLI M; NANI B; PANIGADA S; FOCARDI S
      RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN ORGANOCHLORINE CONTAMINANTS AND MIXED-FUNCTION OXIDASE ACTIVITY IN SKIN BIOPSY SPECIMENS OF MEDITERRANEAN FIN WHALES (BALAENOPTERA-PHYSALUS)

      Chemosphere (Oxford)
    60. BOOIJ K; HILLEBRAND MTJ; VANWEERLEE EM
      CALIBRATION OF THE ELECTRON-CAPTURE DETECTOR FOR THE DETERMINATION OFPOLYCHLORINATED-BIPHENYLS

      Analyst
    61. MAZAK EJ; MACISAAC HJ; SERVOS MR; HESSLEIN R
      INFLUENCE OF FEEDING-HABITS ON ORGANOCHLORINE CONTAMINANT ACCUMULATION IN WATERFOWL ON THE GREAT-LAKES

      Ecological applications
    62. KOSKE G; LEUPOLD G; PARLAR H
      GAS-CHROMATOGRAPHIC ENANTIOMER SEPARATION OF SOME SELECTED POLYCYCLICXENOBIOTICS USING MODIFIED CYCLODEXTRINS

      Fresenius environmental bulletin
    63. HUESTIS SY; SERVOS MR; WHITTLE DM; VANDENHEUVEL M; DIXON DG
      EVALUATION OF TEMPORAL AND AGE-RELATED TRENDS OF CHEMICALLY AND BIOLOGICALLY GENERATED 2,3,7,8-TETRACHLORODIBENZO-P-DIOXIN EQUIVALENTS IN LAKE ONTARIO LAKE TROUT, 1977 TO 1993

      Environmental toxicology and chemistry
    64. CUSTER TW; HINES RK; MELANCON MJ; HOFFMAN DJ; WICKLIFFE JK; BICKHAM JW; MARTIN JW; HENSHEL DS
      CONTAMINANT CONCENTRATIONS AND BIOMARKER RESPONSE IN GREAT BLUE HERONEGGS FROM 10 COLONIES ON THE UPPER MISSISSIPPI RIVER, USA

      Environmental toxicology and chemistry
    65. GILBERTSON M
      ARE CAUSES KNOWABLE - SOME CONSEQUENCES OF SUCCESSIONAL VERSUS TOXICOLOGICAL INTERPRETATIONS OF THE GREAT-LAKES WATER-QUALITY AGREEMENT

      Canadian journal of fisheries and aquatic sciences
    66. ION J; DELAFONTAINE Y; DUMONT P; LAPIERRE L
      CONTAMINANT LEVELS IN ST. LAWRENCE RIVER YELLOW PERCH (PERCA-FLAVESCENS) - SPATIAL VARIATION AND IMPLICATIONS FOR MONITORING

      Canadian journal of fisheries and aquatic sciences
    67. BIERNACKI M; LOVETTDOUST J; LOVETTDOUST L
      TEMPORAL BIOMONITORING USING WILD CELERY, VALLISNERIA-AMERICANA

      Journal of Great Lakes research
    68. DACHS J; BAYONA JM; ALBAIGES J
      SPATIAL-DISTRIBUTION, VERTICAL PROFILES AND BUDGET OF ORGANOCHLORINE COMPOUNDS IN WESTERN MEDITERRANEAN SEAWATER

      Marine chemistry
    69. RENAUD CB
      CONSERVATION STATUS OF NORTHERN-HEMISPHERE LAMPREYS (PETROMYZONTIDAE)

      Journal of applied ichthyology
    70. FREITAS H; DIAMOND M; SEMKIN R; GREGOR D
      CONTAMINANT FATE IN HIGH ARCTIC LAKES - DEVELOPMENT AND APPLICATION OF A MASS-BALANCE MODEL

      Science of the total environment
    71. NENDZA M; HERBST T; KUSSATZ C; GIES A
      POTENTIAL FOR SECONDARY POISONING AND BIOMAGNIFICATION IN MARINE ORGANISMS

      Chemosphere
    72. BECKER PR; WISE SA; THORSTEINSON L; KOSTER BJ; ROWLES T
      SPECIMEN BANKING OF MARINE ORGANISMS IN THE UNITED-STATES - CURRENT STATUS AND LONG-TERM PROSPECTIVE

      Chemosphere
    73. BECKER PR; MACKEY EA; DEMIRALP R; SCHANTZ MM; KOSTER BJ; WISE SA
      CONCENTRATIONS OF CHLORINATED HYDROCARBONS AND TRACE-ELEMENTS IN MARINE MAMMAL TISSUES ARCHIVED IN THE US NATIONAL BIOMONITORING SPECIMEN BANK

      Chemosphere
    74. HILLERY BR; BASU I; SWEET CW; HITES RA
      TEMPORAL AND SPATIAL TRENDS IN A LONG-TERM STUDY OF GAS-PHASE PCB CONCENTRATIONS NEAR THE GREAT-LAKES

      Environmental science & technology
    75. HEBERT CE; SHUTT JL; NORSTROM RJ
      DIETARY-CHANGES CAUSE TEMPORAL FLUCTUATIONS IN POLYCHLORINATED BIPHENYL LEVELS IN HERRING GULL EGGS FROM LAKE ONTARIO

      Environmental science & technology
    76. HARDELL L; LILJEGREN G; LINDSTROM G; VANBAVEL B; BROMAN K; FREDRIKSON M; HAGBERG H; NORDSTROM M; JOHANSSON B
      INCREASED CONCENTRATIONS OF CHLORDANE IN ADIPOSE-TISSUE FROM NON-HODGKINS-LYMPHOMA PATIENTS COMPARED WITH CONTROLS WITHOUT A MALIGNANT DISEASE

      International journal of oncology
    77. MARSILI L; FOSSI MC; DISCIARA GN; ZANARDELLI M; FOCARDI S
      ORGANOCHLORINE LEVELS AND MIXED-FUNCTION OXIDASE ACTIVITY IN SKIN BIOPSY SPECIMENS FROM MEDITERRANEAN CETACEANS

      Fresenius environmental bulletin
    78. ALDER L; VIETH B
      A CONGENER-SPECIFIC METHOD FOR THE QUANTIFICATION OF CAMPHECHLOR (TOXAPHENE) RESIDUES IN FISH AND OTHER FOODSTUFFS

      Fresenius' journal of analytical chemistry
    79. KOENEN MT; LESLIE DM
      EVALUATION OF INTERIOR LEAST TERN EGGSHELL THICKNESS

      Colonial waterbirds
    80. LARSON JM; KARASOV WH; SILEO L; STROMBORG KL; HANBIDGE BA; GIESY JP; JONES PD; TILLITT DE; VERBRUGGE DA
      REPRODUCTIVE SUCCESS, DEVELOPMENTAL ANOMALIES, AND ENVIRONMENTAL CONTAMINANTS IN DOUBLE-CRESTED CORMORANTS (PHALACROCORAX-AURITUS)

      Environmental toxicology and chemistry
    81. HUESTIS SY; SERVOS MR; WHITTLE DM; DIXON DG
      TEMPORAL AND AGE-RELATED TRENDS IN LEVELS OF POLYCHLORINATED BIPHENYLCONGENERS AND ORGANOCHLORINE CONTAMINANTS IN LAKE ONTARIO LAKE TROUT (SALVELINUS-NAMAYCUSH)

      Journal of Great Lakes research
    82. ELLIOTT JE; WILSON LK; LANGELIER KW; NORSTROM RJ
      BALD EAGLE MORTALITY AND CHLORINATED-HYDROCARBON CONTAMINANTS IN LIVERS FROM BRITISH-COLUMBIA, CANADA, 1989-1994

      Environmental pollution
    83. ELLIOTT JE; NORSTROM RJ; SMITH GEJ
      PATTERNS, TRENDS, AND TOXICOLOGICAL SIGNIFICANCE OF CHLORINATED-HYDROCARBON AND MERCURY CONTAMINANTS IN BALD EAGLE EGGS FROM THE PACIFIC COAST OF CANADA, 1990-1994

      Archives of environmental contamination and toxicology
    84. DEWAILLY E; AYOTTE P; LALIBERTE C; WEBER JP; GINGRAS S; NANTEL AJ
      POLYCHLORINATED BIPHENYL (PCB) AND DICHLORODIPHENYL DICHLOROETHYLENE (DDE) CONCENTRATIONS IN THE BREAST-MILK OF WOMEN IN QUEBEC

      American journal of public health
    85. LETCHER RJ; NORSTROM RJ; LIN S; RAMSAY MA; BANDIERA SM
      IMMUNOQUANTITATION AND MICROSOMAL MONOOXYGENASE ACTIVITIES OF HEPATICCYTOCHROMES P4501A AND P4502B AND CHLORINATED-HYDROCARBON CONTAMINANTLEVELS IN POLAR BEAR (URSUS-MARITIMUS)

      Toxicology and applied pharmacology
    86. BALLSCHMITER K
      PERSISTENT, ECOTOXIC, AND BIOACCUMULATIVE COMPOUNDS AND THEIR POSSIBLE ENVIRONMENTAL-EFFECTS

      Pure and applied chemistry
    87. SIMPSON CD; WILKINS AL; LANGDON AG; WILCOCK RJ
      CHLORDANE RESIDUES IN MARINE BIOTA AND SEDIMENT FROM AN INTERTIDAL SANDBANK IN MANUKAU HARBOR, NEW-ZEALAND

      Marine pollution bulletin
    88. CARPENTER SR
      ORGANOCHLORINE CONTAMINANTS IN THE GREAT-LAKES - FORUM

      Ecological applications
    89. SLEIDERINK HM; EVERAARTS JM; GOKSOYR A; BOON JP
      HEPATIC CYTOCHROME P4501A INDUCTION IN DAB (LIMANDA-LIMANDA) AFTER ORAL DOSING WITH THE POLYCHLORINATED BIPHENYL MIXTURE CLOPHEN A40

      Environmental toxicology and chemistry
    90. DIETZ R; BORN EW; AGGER CT; NIELSEN CO
      ZINC, CADMIUM, MERCURY AND SELENIUM IN POLAR BEARS (URSUS-MARITIMUS) FROM CENTRAL EAST GREENLAND

      Polar biology
    91. WESELOH DV; HAMR P; BISHOP CA; NORSTROM RJ
      ORGANOCHLORINE CONTAMINANT LEVELS IN WATERBIRD SPECIES FROM HAMILTON HARBOR, LAKE-ONTARIO - AN IJC AREA OF CONCERN

      Journal of Great Lakes research
    92. MEDVEDEV N; MARKOVA L
      RESIDUES OF CHLORINATED PESTICIDES IN THE EGGS OF KARELIAN BIRDS, 1989-90

      Environmental pollution
    93. VAZ R
      AVERAGE SWEDISH DIETARY INTAKES OF ORGANOCHLORINE CONTAMINANTS VIA FOODS OF ANIMAL ORIGIN AND THEIR RELATION TO LEVELS IN HUMAN-MILK, 1975-90

      Food additives and contaminants
    94. SCHINDLER DW; KIDD KA; MUIR DCG; LOCKHART WL
      THE EFFECTS OF ECOSYSTEM CHARACTERISTICS ON CONTAMINANT DISTRIBUTION IN NORTHERN FRESH-WATER LAKES

      Science of the total environment
    95. PETERS AJ; GREGOR DJ; TEIXEIRA CF; JONES NP; SPENCER C
      THE RECENT DEPOSITIONAL TREND OF POLYCYCLIC AROMATIC-HYDROCARBONS ANDELEMENTAL CARBON TO THE AGASSIZ ICE CAP, ELLESMERE ISLAND, CANADA

      Science of the total environment
    96. LETCHER RJ; NORSTROM RJ; BERGMAN A
      GEOGRAPHICAL-DISTRIBUTION AND IDENTIFICATION OF METHYL SULFONE PCB AND DDE METABOLITES IN POOLED POLAR BEAR (URSUS-MARITIMUS) ADIPOSE-TISSUE FROM WESTERN-HEMISPHERE ARCTIC AND SUB-ARCTIC REGIONS

      Science of the total environment
    97. GILL US; SCHWARTZ HM; WHEATLEY B
      CONGENER-SPECIFIC ANALYSIS OF POLYCHLORINATED-BIPHENYLS (PCBS) IN SERUM USING GC MSD/

      Chemosphere
    98. COLOMBO JC; BILOS C; CAMPANAHO M; PRESA MJR; CATOGGIO JA
      BIOACCUMULATION OF POLYCHLORINATED-BIPHENYLS AND CHLORINATED PESTICIDES BY THE ASIATIC CLAM CORBICULA-FLUMINEA - ITS USE AS SENTINEL ORGANISM IN THE RIO-DE-LA-PLATA ESTUARY, ARGENTINA

      Environmental science & technology
    99. BRIGHT DA; GRUNDY SL; REIMER KJ
      DIFFERENTIAL BIOACCUMULATION OF NON-ORTHO-SUBSTITUTED AND OTHER PCB CONGENERS IN COASTAL ARCTIC INVERTEBRATES AND FISH

      Environmental science & technology
    100. ZHU JP; NORSTROM RJ; MUIR DCG; FERRON LA; WEBER LP; DEWAILLY E
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