2 edition of Ecological and physiological/toxicological effects of petroleum on aquatic birds found in the catalog.
Ecological and physiological/toxicological effects of petroleum on aquatic birds
Lucille F. Stickel
by Biological Services Program, Fish and Wildlife Service, U.S. Dept. of the Interior in [Washington]
Written in English
|Statement||by Lucille F. Stickel and Michael P. Dieter ; performed for Coastal Ecosystems Project, Biological Services Program, Fish and Wildlife Service, U.S. Department of the Interior.|
|Series||FWS/OBS -- 79/23.|
|Contributions||Dieter, Michael P., United States. Environmental Protection Agency. Office of Research and Development., United States. Interagency Energy-Environmental Research and Development Program., Biological Services Program (U.S.), Coastal Ecosystems Project.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ii, 14 p. :|
|Number of Pages||14|
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by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS) about the effects of petroleum on aquatic birds. The following assessments were made: 1. Effects ofoiling on hatchability ofeggs.
Effects ofoil ingestion on physiological condition and survival ofbirds. Effects ofoil ingestion on reproduction in birds. Accumulation and loss ofoil by birds. or to the less easily observed effects of oil spills. Birds may be affected by oil directly, through feather oiling, by exposure of eggs to oiled feathers, and by ingestion of oil.
They may be affected indirectly through changes in habitat and food supply and by exposure to oil through the food chain. 2) Physical and chemical properties relevant to aquatic toxicity and, 3) Lethal and sublethal effects on fish and other aquatic biota. Canada has large oil reserves.
Review article Ecological and toxicological effects of inorganic nitrogen pollution in aquatic ecosystems: A global assessment Julio A. Camargo a,⁎, Álvaro Alonso b a Departamento de Ecología, Edificio de Ciencias, Universidad de Alcalá, Alcalá de Henares (Madrid), Spain b Laboratorio de Ecotoxicología, Departamento de Medio Ambiente, INIA, Madrid, Spain.
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Mortality of aquatic birds occurs regularly as a consequence of spills of petroleum oils. There are three different ways in which such oils can affect birds. (i) External contamination of feathers is the most common form of exposure, and the effect of oils on feathers is the single most devastating effect of oil on birds.
Feathers absorb oil, become matted, and lose the critical properties of water repellency. Production, uses, environmental fate, and sources of exposure Kinetics and biological monitoring Effects on experimental animals and humans Effects on organisms in the environment Conclusions Recommendations 2.
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