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  • Author:
    Robert W. Furness,Philip S. Rainbow
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    CRC Press; 1 edition (February 28, 1990)
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    264 pages
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All heavy metals, whether biologically essential or not, have the potential to be toxicto organisms at a.

The oceans play a major role in global cycling of mercury and widespread contamination of marine ecosystems has been demonstrated in.In R. W. Furness and P. S. Rainbow (eds) Heavy Metals in the Marine Environment.

The oceans play a major role in global cycling of mercury and widespread contamination of marine ecosystems has been demonstrated in recent years  . Thompson, D. R. and Furness, R. 1989a, Environ.

Heavy Metals in the Marine Environment. Rainbow, Philip Stephen was born on October 21, 1950 in Khartoum, Sudan. Son of Frank Evelyn and Joyce May Victoria (Turner) Rainbow. Bachelor with honors, U. Cambridge, England, 1972; Doctor of Philosophy, U. Wales, United Kingdom, 1975; Doctor of Science, U. Wales, 1994.

Publisher : Boca Raton, FL (USA) CRC Press. All titles : " Heavy metals in the marine environment ".

Find nearly any book by Robert W. Get the best deal by comparing prices from over 100,000 booksellers. ISBN 9780849355066 (978-0-8493-5506-6) Hardcover, CRC Press, 1990. Find signed collectible books: 'Heavy Metals in the Marine Environment'. Seabird Ecology (Tertiary Level Biology Series). Furness, Patricia Monaghan.

Heavy metals found in seawater (Clark, 1986(Clark,, 1992Rainbow, 1993) are continuously released into the marine environment by both natural and artificial processes (Turekian, 1971;Bryan, 1976b;Depledge, Weeks & Bjerregard, 1994;Phillips & Rainbow, 1994). Metal Species Identification in the Environment: A Major Challenge for the Analyst.

A dozen articles review the current knowledge on the levels of heavy metals in marine environments (particularly in marine animals), the dynamic processes in such systems, the toxic effects, and the threats presented by heavy metals in foods of marine origin. They consider how various animals deal with heavy metals, for example by regulating the level or by detoxification and storage; the interaction of heavy metals with biological materials; individual, population, and ecosystem levels; and global cycling. Includes a case study of the exceptionally high metal intake among Greenlanders as an example of human exposure through the consumption of marine foods.