2 edition of Mercury, DDE, and PCB in the avian fauna in Norway 1965-1976 found in the catalog.
Mercury, DDE, and PCB in the avian fauna in Norway 1965-1976
|Statement||Gunnar Holt, Arne Frøslie, and Gunnar Norheim.|
|Series||Acta veterinaria Scandinavica., 70|
|Contributions||Frøslie, Arne., Norheim, Gunnar.|
|LC Classifications||SF604 .A25 no. 70, QL690.N8 .A25 no. 70|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||28 p. :|
|Number of Pages||28|
|LC Control Number||84203396|
Avian mercury exposure and toxicological risk across western North America: A synthesis. Joshua T. Ackerman,a,* Collin A. Eagles-Smith,b Mark P. Herzog,a C. Alex Hartman,a Sarah H. Peterson,a David C. Evers,c Allyson K. Jackson,d John E. Elliott,e Stacy S. Vander Pol,f and Colleen E. Bryanf. One of the biggest threats to our precious fisheries and aquatic resources is the spread of invasive species. Invasive species management is one of the toughest sectors because the immediate discovery of foreign species requires an investigation of their previous native range, understanding of their biology and ecology, and implementing protocols to eradicate them.
Mercury’s Silent Toll On the World’s Wildlife Scientists are only beginning to understand the impacts of mercury contamination on birds, fish, and other wildlife populations. But what they are finding is alarming — even low levels can cause harm, and chronic exposure has unexpected and troubling effects. Mercury, DDE, and PCB in the avian fauna in Norway – Holt, Holt; Frøslie, Frøslie; Norheim, Norheim Mercury and persistent chlorinated hydrocarbons in owls Strigiformes and birds of prey Falconiformes collected in Norway during the period –
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Acta Vet Scand Suppl. ;(70) Mercury, DDE, and PCB in the avian fauna in Norway Holt G, Frøslie A, Norheim G. PMID:Cited by: Holt G, Frøslie A, Norheim G () Mercury, DDE, and PCB in the avian fauna in Norway Acta Vet Scand (Suppl) –28 Google Scholar Honda K, Nasu T, Tatsukawa R () Seasonal changes in mercury accumulation in the black-eared kite, Milvus migrans lineatus.
Holt G, Frøslie A, Norheim G () Mercury, DDE, and PCB in the avian fauna in Norway Acta Vet Scand Suppl –28 Google Scholar Holt YS, Kim YM, Lee KE () Methylmercury exposure and health by: 2.
Environmental Pollution (Series A) 33 () Persistent Chlorinated Hydrocarbons and Mercury in Birds Caught Off the West Coast of Spitsbergen Gunnar Norheim & Bj~rn Kjos-Hanssen* National Veterinary Institute, PO Box Dep., Oslo 1, Norway ABSTRACT The tissue concentrations of DDE, PCB, hexachlorobenzene (HCB) and mercury were determined in five species of migrating seabirds Cited by: Gunnar Holt's research while affiliated with Norwegian Polar and PCB in the avian fauna in Norway Article.
Feb ; G Holt. A Frøslie Mercury, DDE, and PCB in the avian fauna. Helleberg A, Kraul I, Dalgaard-Mikkelsen S () Mercury, DDE and PCB in gyrfalcons from Iceland. Unpublished results. Holt G, Frøslie A, Norheim G () Mercury, DDE, and PCB in the avian fauna in Norway –Cited by: Environmental Pollution (Series A) 39 () Persistent Organochlorines and Mercury in Eggs of Norwegian Seabirds R.
Barrett,* J. Skaare,t G. Norheim,$ W. Vader* & A. Freslie$ * Department of Zoology, Troms~ Museum, University of Tromse, Tromse, Norway t Institute of Pharmacology and Toxicology, The Veterinary College of Norway, PO Box Dep., Oslo 1, Norway Cited by: Jorgensen, O.H.
and Kraul, I. () Eggshell parameters, and residues of PCB and DDE in eggs from Danish herring gulls Larus a. argentatus. Orris Scand., 5, –9. Google ScholarCited by: Mercury in Birds of San Francisco Bay-Delta, California— Trophic Pathways, Bioaccumulation, and Ecotoxicological Risk to Avian Reproduction.
Cover: Forster’s tern plunge-diving for fish in San Francisco Bay. Photograph taken by Ken Phenicie in and used with by: 7. California’s Central Valley and San Francisco Bay Estuary have a long history of mercury contamination from past mercury mining and gold extraction.
The USGS Dixon Field Station Mercury Lab studies mercury bioaccumulation in birds and fish, and the ecotoxicological effects of mercury and other contaminants, such as selenium, on avian.
Mercury in feathers of Swedish gyrfalcons,Falco rusticolus, in relation to diet. Swartz LG () DDE residues and eggshell changes in Alaskan falcons and hawks. Frösli A, Norheim G () Mercury, DDE, and PCB in the avian fauna in Norway – Acta vet scand Suppl – Google Scholar; Häkkinen I, Häsänen E ( Cited by: Population recovery of Peregrine Falcons in central Norway in the 4 decades since the DDT-ban.
Mercury, DDE, and PCB in the. avian fauna in Norway – Acta Vet Scand Suppl. Residue levels of organochlorine and mercury compounds in unhatched eggs and the relationship to breeding success in white-tailed sea eagles Haliaeetus albicilla in Sweden.
Holarct. Ecol., 5, Holt, G., Froslie, A. & Norheim, G. Mercury, DDE, and PCB in the avian fauna in Norway Cited by: Gunnar Norheim's 72 research works with 1, citations and 1, reads, including: Influence of season and diet on liver and kidney content of essential elements and heavy metals in Svalbard reindeer.
The chemical form of mercury stored in South Atlantic seabirds. Author links open overlay panel D.R Ibis,Holt, G., Froslie, A. & Norheim, G. Mercury, DDE and PCB in the avian fauna in Norway Acta Vet. Scand. Froslie, G. NorheimMercury, DDE and PCB in the avian fauna in Norway – Acta Vet.
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From August February the arithmetic mean of Hg residues in the liver of white-tailed eagles, found dead in the northern districts of GDR, was (in the kidney ppm wet weight). The mercury contents of the samples dating from to the early s varied from 1 to 42 Ng/g, being most often about Elg/g.
The mercury levels of some prey species of the Sparrowhawk were. Mercury (Hg) is a globally distributed toxicant that has been shown to have negative effects on birds. in the United States, avian taxa have been shown to possess high Hg concentrations in the northeast, Great Lakes and Everglades ecosystems; however, few studies have measured avian Hg concentrations in other geographic regions.
Previous studies have documented high Hg Author: Sarah Elizabeth Schulwitz. Environmental Pollution (Series B) ll () Levels of Chlorinated Hydrocarbons and Composition of PCB in Herring Gull Larus argentatus Eggs Collected in Norway in Compared to Milica T.
Moksnes & Gunnar Norheim National Veterinary Institute, PO Box Dep., N Oslo 1, Norway ABSTRACT Eggs fi'om herring gull Larus argentatus were collected at seven different Cited by:. Introduction. According to the European Union Bird Directive (//EC), the white-tailed eagle Haliaeetus albicilla and osprey Pandion haliaetus are rare protected species of Falconiformes.
In Europe, breeding populations of white-tailed eagle and osprey are estimated at – and –11 pairs, respectively.1. Bol Oficina Sanit Panam. Apr;74(4) [Mercury contamination of marine fauna]. [Article in Spanish] Bouroncle A, Echegaray M, Say : Bouroncle A, Echegaray M, Say Jc. - Brain Food, What women should know about mercury contamination in fish.
PCBs are carcinogens that were banned back in the 70s, but they are resistant. Decades later, PCBs are still in our environment because they don't degrade. They just hang around and get consumed, and are then carried around in the fat of the animals that consume them.