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    1. Voulvoulis, N; Scrimshaw, MD; Lester, JN
      Partitioning of selected antifouling biocides in the aquatic environment

      MARINE ENVIRONMENTAL RESEARCH
    2. Chaumery, CJ; Michel, P
      Seasonal variations in degradation of tributyltin in the brest naval harbour waters in relation to water temperature and insolation

      ENVIRONMENTAL TECHNOLOGY
    3. Evans, SM; Barnes, N; Birchenough, AC; Brancato, MS; Hardman, E
      Tributyltin contamination in two estuaries and adjacent ocean coasts: Puget sound, Washington, and Narragansett Bay, Rhode Island (USA)

      INVERTEBRATE REPRODUCTION & DEVELOPMENT
    4. Orescanin, V; Nad, K; Valkovic, V; Mikulic, N; Mestrovic, O
      Red mud and waste base: Raw materials for coagulant production

      JOURNAL OF TRACE AND MICROPROBE TECHNIQUES
    5. Barakat, AO; Kim, M; Qian, YR; Wade, TL
      Butyltin compounds in sediments from the commercial harbor of Alexandria City, Egypt

      ENVIRONMENTAL TOXICOLOGY AND CHEMISTRY
    6. Yonehara, Y; Yamashita, H; Kawamura, C; Itoh, K
      A new antifouling paint based on a zinc acrylate copolymer

      PROGRESS IN ORGANIC COATINGS
    7. Trentin, I; Romairone, V; Marcenaro, G; De Carolis, G
      Quick test methods for marine antifouling paints

      PROGRESS IN ORGANIC COATINGS
    8. Rilov, G; Benayahu, Y; Gasith, A
      Low abundance and skewed population structure of the whelk Stramonita haemastoma along the Israeli Mediterranean coast

      MARINE ECOLOGY-PROGRESS SERIES
    9. Tujula, N; Radford, J; Nair, SV; Raftos, DA
      Effects of tributyltin and other metals on the phenoloxidase activating system of the tunicate, Styela plicata

      AQUATIC TOXICOLOGY
    10. Ramon, M; Amor, MJ
      Increasing imposex in populations of Bolinus brandaris (Gastropoda : Muricidae) in the northwestern Mediterranean

      MARINE ENVIRONMENTAL RESEARCH
    11. De Wolf, H; De Coen, W; Backeljau, T; Blust, R
      Intersex and sterility in the periwinkle Littorina littorea (Mollusca : Gastropoda) along the Western Scheldt estuary, the Netherlands

      MARINE ENVIRONMENTAL RESEARCH
    12. Power, AJ; Keegan, BF
      The significance of imposex levels and TBT contamination in the red whelk,Neptunea antiqua (L.) from the offshore Irish Sea

      MARINE POLLUTION BULLETIN
    13. Thomas, KV; Fileman, TW; Readman, JW; Waldock, MJ
      Antifouling paint booster biocides in the UK coastal environment and potential risks of biological effects

      MARINE POLLUTION BULLETIN
    14. Rees, HL; Waldock, R; Matthiessen, P; Pendle, MA
      Improvements in the epifauna of the Crouch Estuary (United Kingdom) following a decline in TBT concentrations

      MARINE POLLUTION BULLETIN
    15. Michel, P; Averty, B; Andral, B; Chiffoleau, JF; Galgani, F
      Tributyltin along the coasts of Corsica (Western Mediterranean): A persistent problem

      MARINE POLLUTION BULLETIN
    16. Konstantinou, IK; Sakellarides, TM; Sakkas, VA; Albanis, TA
      Photocatalytic degradation of selected s-triazine herbicides and organophosphorus insecticides over aqueous TiO2 suspensions

      ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY
    17. Saitoh, M; Yanase, T; Morinaga, H; Tanabe, M; Mu, YM; Nishi, Y; Nomura, M; Okabe, T; Goto, K; Takayanagi, R; Nawata, H
      Tributyltin or triphenyltin inhibits aromatase activity in the human granulosa-like tumor cell line KGN

      BIOCHEMICAL AND BIOPHYSICAL RESEARCH COMMUNICATIONS
    18. Nehring, S
      Long-term changes in Prosobranchia (Gastropoda) abundances on the German North Sea coast: the role of the anti-fouling biocide tributyltin

      JOURNAL OF SEA RESEARCH
    19. Bruzaud, S; Levesque, G
      Synthesis and characterization of new functional polymers by polymer-analog reactions on EVOH copolymer

      MACROMOLECULAR CHEMISTRY AND PHYSICS
    20. Tselentis, BS; Tzannatos, ES
      Butyltin compounds in coastal sediments of areas associated with maritime facilities in Greece

      FRESENIUS ENVIRONMENTAL BULLETIN
    21. Girard, JP; Szpunar, J; Pedrotti, ML; Pesando, D
      Toxicity of tri-n-butyltin to sea urchin eggs and larvae: Relation to bioaccumulation at the nanomolar level

      ENVIRONMENTAL TOXICOLOGY AND CHEMISTRY
    22. Son, MH; Hughes, RN
      Relationship between imposex and morphological variation of the shell in Nucella lapillus (Gastropoda : thaididae)

      ESTUARINE COASTAL AND SHELF SCIENCE
    23. Davies, IM
      Kinetics of the development of imposex in transplanted adult dogwhelks, Nucella lapillus

      ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION
    24. Morcillo, Y; Porte, C
      Evidence of endocrine disruption in clams - Ruditapes decussata - transplanted to a tributyltin-polluted environment

      ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION
    25. Lascourreges, JF; Caumette, P; Donard, OFX
      Toxicity of butyltin, phenyltin and inorganic tin compounds to sulfate-reducing bacteria isolated from anoxic marine sediments

      APPLIED ORGANOMETALLIC CHEMISTRY
    26. Blackmore, G
      Imposex in Thais clavigera (neogastropoda) as an indicator of TBT (tributyltin) bioavailability in coastal waters of Hong Kong

      JOURNAL OF MOLLUSCAN STUDIES
    27. Hellio, C; Bremer, G; Pons, AM; Le Gal, Y; Bourgougnon, N
      Inhibition of the development of microorganisms (bacteria and fungi) by extracts of marine algae from Brittany, France

      APPLIED MICROBIOLOGY AND BIOTECHNOLOGY
    28. Horiguchi, T; Takiguchi, N; Cho, HS; Kojima, M; Kaya, M; Shiraishi, H; Morita, M; Hirose, H; Shimizu, M
      Ovo-testis and disturbed reproductive cycle in the giant abalone, Haliotismadaka: possible linkage with organotin contamination in a site of population decline

      MARINE ENVIRONMENTAL RESEARCH
    29. Champ, MA
      A review of organotin regulatory strategies, pending actions, related costs and benefits

      SCIENCE OF THE TOTAL ENVIRONMENT
    30. Evans, SM; Nicholson, GJ
      The use of imposer to assess tributyltin contamination in coastal waters and open seas

      SCIENCE OF THE TOTAL ENVIRONMENT
    31. Strandenes, SP
      The second order effects on commercial shipping of restrictions on the useof TBT

      SCIENCE OF THE TOTAL ENVIRONMENT
    32. Quintela, M; Barreiro, R; Ruiz, JM
      The use of Nucella lapillus (L.) transplanted in cages to monitor tributyltin (TBT) pollution

      SCIENCE OF THE TOTAL ENVIRONMENT
    33. Santos, MM; Vieira, N; Santos, AM
      Imposex in the dogwhelk Nucella lapillus (L.) along the Portuguese coast

      MARINE POLLUTION BULLETIN
    34. Piedra, L; Tejedor, A; Hernando, MD; Aguera, A; Barcelo, D; Fernandez-Alba, A
      Screening of antifouling pesticides in sea water samples at low ppt levelsby GC-MS and LC-MS

      CHROMATOGRAPHIA
    35. Terlizzi, A; Geraci, S; Gibbs, PE
      Tributyltin (TBT)-induced imposex in the Neogastropod Hexaplex trunculus in Italian coastal waters: morphological aspects and ecological implications

      ITALIAN JOURNAL OF ZOOLOGY
    36. Morcillo, Y; Albalat, A; Porte, C
      Mussels as sentinels of organotin pollution: Bioaccumulation and effects on P450-mediated aromatase activity

      ENVIRONMENTAL TOXICOLOGY AND CHEMISTRY
    37. Miller, KL; Fernandes, TF; Read, PA
      The recovery of populations of dogwhelks suffering from imposer in the Firth of Forth 1987-1997/98

      ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION
    38. Harino, H; Fukushima, M; Kawai, S
      Temporal trends of organotin compounds in the aquatic environment of the Port of Osaka, Japan

      ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION
    39. Krone, CA; Stein, JE
      Species dependent biotransformation and tissue distribution of tributyltinin two marine teleosts

      AQUATIC TOXICOLOGY
    40. Kannan, K; Grove, RA; Senthilkumar, K; Henny, CJ; Giesy, JP
      Butyltin compounds in river otters (Lutra canadensis) from the northwestern United States

      ARCHIVES OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONTAMINATION AND TOXICOLOGY
    41. Depledge, MH; Billinghurst, Z
      Ecological significance of endocrine disruption in marine invertebrates

      MARINE POLLUTION BULLETIN
    42. Reitsema, TJ; Spickett, JT
      Imposer in Morula granulata as bioindicator of tributyltin (TBT) contamination in the Dampier Archipelago, western Australia

      MARINE POLLUTION BULLETIN
    43. Evans, SM
      Tributyltin pollution: the catastrophe that never happened

      MARINE POLLUTION BULLETIN
    44. Michel, P; Averty, B
      Contamination of French coastal waters by organotin compounds: 1997 update

      MARINE POLLUTION BULLETIN
    45. Gooding, M; Gallardo, C; Leblanc, G
      Imposex in three marine gastropod species in Chile and potential impact onmuriciculture

      MARINE POLLUTION BULLETIN
    46. Waldock, R; Rees, HL; Matthiessen, P; Pendle, MA
      Surveys of the benthic infauna of the Crouch Estuary (UK) in relation to TBT contamination

      JOURNAL OF THE MARINE BIOLOGICAL ASSOCIATION OF THE UNITED KINGDOM
    47. Voulvoulis, N; Scrimshaw, MD; Lester, JN
      Analytical method development for the determination of four biocides used in antifouling paints in estuarine waters and sediments by gas chromatography-mass spectrometry

      CHROMATOGRAPHIA
    48. White, JS; Tobin, JM; Cooney, JJ
      Organotin compounds and their interactions with microorganisms

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF MICROBIOLOGY
    49. Evans, SM; Nicholson, GJ; Browning, C; Hardman, E; Seligman, O; Smith, R
      An assessment of tributyltin contamination in the North Atlantic using imposex in the dogwhelk Nucella lapillus (L.) as a biological indicator of TBTpollution

      INVERTEBRATE REPRODUCTION & DEVELOPMENT
    50. Nicholson, GJ; Evans, SM; Palmer, N; Smith, R
      The value of imposex in the dogwhelk Nucella lapillus and the common whelkBuccinum undatum as indicators of TBT contamination

      INVERTEBRATE REPRODUCTION & DEVELOPMENT
    51. MATTHIESSEN P; GIBBS PE
      CRITICAL-APPRAISAL OF THE EVIDENCE FOR TRIBUTYLTIN-MEDIATED ENDOCRINEDISRUPTION IN MOLLUSKS

      Environmental toxicology and chemistry
    52. MERCIER A; PELLETIER E; HAMEL JF
      RESPONSE OF TEMPERATE SEA-ANEMONES TO BUTYLTIN CONTAMINATION

      Canadian journal of fisheries and aquatic sciences
    53. DESOUSA G; DELESCLUSE C; PRALAVORIO M; PERICHAUD M; AVON M; LAFAURIE M; RAHMANI R
      TOXIC EFFECTS OF SEVERAL TYPES OF ANTIFOULING PAINTS IN HUMAN AND RATHEPATIC OR EPIDERMAL-CELLS

      Toxicology letters
    54. SOLE M; MORCILLO Y; PORTE C
      IMPOSEX IN THE COMMERCIAL SNAIL BOLINUS-BRANDARIS IN THE NORTHWESTERNMEDITERRANEAN

      Environmental pollution
    55. RITSEMA R; DESMAELE T; MOENS L; DEJONG AS; DONARD OFX
      DETERMINATION OF BUTYLTINS IN HARBOR SEDIMENT AND WATER BY AQUEOUS-PHASE ETHYLATION GC-ICP-MS AND HYDRIDE GENERATION GC-AAS

      Environmental pollution
    56. RUIZ JM; QUINTELA M; BARREIRO R
      TRIBUTYLTIN AND IMPOSEX - NO UNCERTAINTY SHOWN

      Marine ecology. Progress series
    57. MORCILLO Y; PORTE C
      MONITORING OF ORGANOTIN COMPOUNDS AND THEIR EFFECTS IN MARINE MOLLUSKS

      TrAC. Trends in analytical chemistry
    58. HASHIMOTO S; WATANABE M; NODA Y; HAYASHI T; KURITA Y; TAKASU Y; OTSUKI A
      CONCENTRATION AND DISTRIBUTION OF BUTYLTIN COMPOUNDS IN A HEAVY TANKER ROUTE IN THE STRAIT OF MALACCA AND IN TOKYO BAY

      Marine environmental research
    59. SHIM WJ; OH JR; KAHNG SH; SHIM JH; LEE SH
      ACCUMULATION OF TRIBUTYLTIN AND TRIPHENYLTIN COMPOUNDS IN PACIFIC OYSTER, CRASSOSTREA-GIGAS, FROM THE CHINHAE BAY SYSTEM, KOREA

      Archives of environmental contamination and toxicology
    60. HARAZONO A; EMA M; OGAWA Y
      EVALUATION OF EARLY EMBRYONIC LOSS INDUCED BY TRIBUTYLTIN CHLORIDE INRATS - PHASE-DEPENDENT AND DOSE-DEPENDENT ANTIFERTILITY EFFECTS

      Archives of environmental contamination and toxicology
    61. GOMEZARIZA JL; MORALES E; GIRALDEZ I
      SPATIAL-DISTRIBUTION OF BUTYLTIN AND PHENYLTIN COMPOUNDS ON THE HUELVA COAST (SOUTHWEST SPAIN)

      Chemosphere (Oxford)
    62. TERLIZZI A; GERACI S; MINGANTI V
      TRIBUTYLTIN (TBT) POLLUTION IN THE COASTAL WATERS OF ITALY AS INDICATED BY IMPOSEX IN HEXAPLEX TRUNCULUS (GASTROPODA, MURICIDAE)

      Marine pollution bulletin
    63. OBERDORSTER E; RITTSCHOF D; MCCLELLANGREEN P
      TESTOSTERONE-METABOLISM IN IMPOSEX AND NORMAL ILYANASSA-OBSOLETA - COMPARISON OF FIELD AND TBTA CL-INDUCED IMPOSEX

      Marine pollution bulletin
    64. HORIGUCHI T
      IMPOSEX IN MARINE GASTROPODS

      Nippon Suisan Gakkaishi
    65. MIZUISHI K; TAKEUCHI M; HOBO T
      TRACE ANALYSIS OF TRIBUTYLTIN AND TRIPHENYLTIN COMPOUNDS IN SEA-WATERBY GAS CHROMATOGRAPHY-NEGATIVE ION CHEMICAL-IONIZATION MASS-SPECTROMETRY

      Journal of chromatography
    66. GIBBS PE; BEBIANNO MJ; COELHO MR
      EVIDENCE OF THE DIFFERENTIAL SENSITIVITY OF NEOGASTROPODS TO TRIBUTYLTIN (TBT) POLLUTION, WITH NOTES ON A SPECIES (COLUMBELLA-RUSTICA) LACKING THE IMPOSEX RESPONSE

      Environmental technology
    67. MINCHIN A; MINCHIN D
      DISPERSAL OF TBT FROM A FISHING PORT DETERMINED USING THE DOGWHELK NUCELLA-LAPILLUS AS AN INDICATOR

      Environmental technology
    68. SWENNEN C; RUTTANADAKUL N; ARDSEUNGNERN S; SINGH HR; MENSINK BP; TENHALLERSTJABBES CC
      IMPOSEX IN SUBLITTORAL AND LITTORAL GASTROPODS FROM THE GULF-OF-THAILAND AND STRAIT OF MALACCA IN RELATION TO SHIPPING

      Environmental technology
    69. PROUSE NJ; ELLIS DV
      A BASE-LINE SURVEY OF DOGWHELK (NUCELLA-LAPILLUS) IMPOSEX IN EASTERN CANADA (1995) AND INTERPRETATION IN TERMS OF TRIBUTYLTIN (TBT) CONTAMINATION

      Environmental technology
    70. BAUER B; FIORONI P; SCHULTEOEHLMANN U; OEHLMANN J; KALBFUS W
      THE USE OF LITTORINA-LITTOREA FOR TRIBUTYLTIN (TBT) EFFECT MONITORINGRESULTS FROM THE GERMAN TBT SURVEY 1994 1995 AND LABORATORY EXPERIMENTS/

      Environmental pollution
    71. AUSTEN MC; MCEVOY AJ
      EXPERIMENTAL EFFECTS OF TRIBUTYLTIN (TBT) CONTAMINATED SEDIMENT ON A RANGE OF MEIOBENTHIC COMMUNITIES

      Environmental pollution
    72. HORIGUCHI T; SHIRAISHI H; SHIMIZU M; MORITA M
      EFFECTS OF TRIPHENYLTIN CHLORIDE AND 5 OTHER ORGANOTIN COMPOUNDS ON THE DEVELOPMENT OF IMPOSEX IN THE ROCK SHELL, THAIS-CLAVIGERA

      Environmental pollution
    73. DAVIES IM; HARDING MJC; BAILEY SK; SHANKS AM; LANGE R
      SUBLETHAL EFFECTS OF TRIBUTYLTIN OXIDE ON THE DOGWHELK NUCELLA-LAPILLUS

      Marine ecology. Progress series
    74. MEADOR JP
      COMPARATIVE TOXICOKINETICS OF TRIBUTYLTIN IN 5 MARINE SPECIES AND ITSUTILITY IN PREDICTING BIOACCUMULATION AND ACUTE TOXICITY

      Aquatic toxicology
    75. MICHEL P; AVERTY B
      TRIBUTYLTIN CONTAMINATION IN THE BAY OF B REST

      Annales de l'Institut oceanographique
    76. TAN KS
      IMPOSEX IN 3 SPECIES OF THAIS FROM SINGAPORE, WITH ADDITIONAL OBSERVATIONS ON T-CLAVIGERA (KUSTER) FROM JAPAN

      Marine pollution bulletin
    77. TAKAHASHI S; TANABE S; KUBODERA T
      BUTYLTIN RESIDUES IN DEEP-SEA ORGANISMS COLLECTED FROM SURNGA BAY, JAPAN

      Environmental science & technology
    78. SCRIMSHAW MD; LESTER JN
      THE OCCURRENCE AND EFFECTS OF ORGANIC MICROPOLLUTANTS IN SALT-MARSH SEDIMENTS WITH REFERENCE TO THE UK ESSEX COAST - A REVIEW

      Environmental technology
    79. FINLAY JA; CALLOW ME
      THE POTENTIAL OF ALKYL AMINES AS ANTIFOULING BIOCIDES .1. TOXICITY AND STRUCTURE-ACTIVITY-RELATIONSHIPS

      Biofouling
    80. HEATH CR; LEADBEATER BSC; CALLOW ME
      THE CONTROL OF CALCIFICATION OF ANTIFOULING PAINTS IN HARD WATERS USING A PHOSPHONATE INHIBITOR

      Biofouling
    81. HARAZONO A; EMA M; OGAWA Y
      PREIMPLANTATION EMBRYONIC LOSS INDUCED BY TRIBUTYLTIN CHLORIDE IN RATS

      Toxicology letters
    82. TONG SL; PANG FY; PHANG SM; LAI HC
      TRIBUTYLTIN DISTRIBUTION IN THE COASTAL ENVIRONMENT OF PENINSULAR MALAYSIA

      Environmental pollution
    83. HARRINGTON CF; EIGENDORF GK; CULLEN WR
      THE USE OF HIGH-PERFORMANCE LIQUID-CHROMATOGRAPHY FOR THE SPECIATION OF ORGANOTIN COMPOUNDS

      Applied organometallic chemistry
    84. GIBBS PE
      OVIDUCT MALFORMATION AS A STERILIZING EFFECT OF TRIBUTYLTIN (TBT)-INDUCED IMPOSEX IN OCENEBRA-ERINACEA (GASTROPODA, MURICIDAE)

      Journal of molluscan studies
    85. BETTIN C; OEHLMANN J; STROBEN E
      TBT-INDUCED IMPOSEX IN MARINE NEOGASTROPODS IS MEDIATED BY AN INCREASING ANDROGEN LEVEL

      Helgolander Meeresuntersuchungen
    86. BLANCK H; DAHL B
      POLLUTION-INDUCED COMMUNITY TOLERANCE (PICT) IN MARINE PERIPHYTON IN A GRADIENT OF TRI-N-BUTYLTIN (TBT) CONTAMINATION

      Aquatic toxicology
    87. MENSINK BP; TENHALLERSTJABBES CC; KRALT J; FRERIKS IL; BOON JP
      ASSESSMENT OF IMPOSER IN THE COMMON WHELK, BUCCINUM-UNDATUM (L) FROM THE EASTERN SCHELDT, THE NETHERLANDS

      Marine environmental research
    88. HUET M; PAULET YM; GLEMAREC M
      TRIBUTYLTIN (TBT) POLLUTION IN THE COASTAL WATERS OF WEST BRITTANY ASINDICATED BY IMPOSEX IN NUCELLA-LAPILLUS

      Marine environmental research
    89. OEHLMANN J; FIORONI P; STROBEN E; MARKERT B
      TRIBUTYLTIN (TBT) EFFECTS ON OCINEBRINA-ACICULATA (GASTROPODA, MURICIDAE) - IMPOSEX DEVELOPMENT, STERILIZATION, SEX-CHANGE AND POPULATION DECLINE

      Science of the total environment
    90. HUET M; PAULET YM; LEPENNEC M
      SURVIVAL OF NUCELLA-LAPILLUS IN A TRIBUTYLTIN POLLUTED AREA IN WEST BRITTANY - A FURTHER EXAMPLE OF A MALE GENITAL DEFECT (DUMPTON SYNDROME) FAVORING SURVIVAL

      Marine Biology
    91. SCHULTEOEHLMANN U; BETTIN C; FIORONI P; OEHLMANN J; STROBEN E
      MARISA CORNUARIETIS (GASTROPODA, PROSOBRANCHIA) - A POTENTIAL TBT BIOINDICATOR FOR FRESH-WATER ENVIRONMENTS

      Ecotoxicology
    92. CALLOW ME; FINLAY JA
      A SIMPLE METHOD TO EVALUATE THE POTENTIAL FOR DEGRADATION OF ANTIFOULING BIOCIDES

      Biofouling
    93. FENT K; HUNN J
      ORGANOTINS IN FRESH-WATER HARBORS AND RIVERS - TEMPORAL DISTRIBUTION,ANNUAL TRENDS AND FATE

      Environmental toxicology and chemistry
    94. KANNAN K; TANABE S; TATSUKAWA R; WILLIAMS RJ
      BUTYLTIN RESIDUES IN FISH FROM AUSTRALIA, PAPUA-NEW-GUINEA AND THE SOLOMON-ISLANDS

      International journal of environmental analytical chemistry
    95. KANNAN K; TANABE S; IWATA H; TATSUKAWA R
      BUTYLTINS IN MUSCLE AND LIVER OF FISH COLLECTED FROM CERTAIN ASIAN AND OCEANIAN COUNTRIES

      Environmental pollution
    96. RUIZ JM; BRYAN GW; WIGHAM GD; GIBBS PE
      EFFECTS OF TRIBUTYLTIN (TBT) EXPOSURE ON THE REPRODUCTION AND EMBRYONIC-DEVELOPMENT OF THE BIVALVE SCROBICULARIA-PLANA

      Marine environmental research
    97. BECKERVANSLOOTEN K; TARRADELLAS J
      ORGANOTINS IN SWISS LAKES AFTER THEIR BAN - ASSESSMENT OF WATER, SEDIMENT, AND DREISSENA-POLYMORPHA CONTAMINATION OVER A 4-YEAR PERIOD

      Archives of environmental contamination and toxicology
    98. CADEE GC; BOON JP; FISCHER CV; MENSINK BP; TENHALLERSTJABBES CC
      WHY THE WHELK (BUCCINUM-UNDATUM) HAS BECOME EXTINCT IN THE DUTCH WADDEN-SEA

      Netherlands journal of sea research
    99. STUERLAURIDSEN F; DAHL B
      SOURCE OF ORGANOTIN AT A MARINE WATER-SEDIMENT INTERFACE - A FIELD-STUDY

      Chemosphere
    100. SVAVARSSON J; SKARPHEDINSDOTTIR H
      IMPOSEX IN THE DOGWHELK NUCELLA-LAPILLUS (L) IN ICELANDIC WATERS

      Sarsia


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