Importance of food variation in assessing individual- and population-level effects of contaminated sediments

Henriette Selck, Annemette Palmqvist, Signe Pedersen, Dan Salvito, Valery E. Forbes

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Original languageEnglish
Publication date2008
Publication statusPublished - 2008
EventSETAC North America 29th Annual meeting - Tampa, Florida, United States
Duration: 16 Nov 200820 Nov 2008

Conference

ConferenceSETAC North America 29th Annual meeting
CountryUnited States
CityTampa, Florida
Period16/11/200820/11/2008

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Selck, H., Palmqvist, A., Pedersen, S., Salvito, D., & Forbes, V. E. (2008). Importance of food variation in assessing individual- and population-level effects of contaminated sediments. Abstract from SETAC North America 29th Annual meeting, Tampa, Florida, United States.
Selck, Henriette ; Palmqvist, Annemette ; Pedersen, Signe ; Salvito, Dan ; Forbes, Valery E. / Importance of food variation in assessing individual- and population-level effects of contaminated sediments. Abstract from SETAC North America 29th Annual meeting, Tampa, Florida, United States.
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Selck, H, Palmqvist, A, Pedersen, S, Salvito, D & Forbes, VE 2008, 'Importance of food variation in assessing individual- and population-level effects of contaminated sediments', Tampa, Florida, United States, 16/11/2008 - 20/11/2008, .

Importance of food variation in assessing individual- and population-level effects of contaminated sediments. / Selck, Henriette; Palmqvist, Annemette; Pedersen, Signe; Salvito, Dan; Forbes, Valery E.

2008. Abstract from SETAC North America 29th Annual meeting, Tampa, Florida, United States.

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Selck H, Palmqvist A, Pedersen S, Salvito D, Forbes VE. Importance of food variation in assessing individual- and population-level effects of contaminated sediments. 2008. Abstract from SETAC North America 29th Annual meeting, Tampa, Florida, United States.