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Predicting the Fate and Effects of Pollutants in Freshwater and Estuarine Environments with Aquatox

By National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration


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Excerpt: What is AQUATOX? Simulation model that links pollutants to aquatic life. Integrates fate & ecological effects. Fate & bioaccumulation of organics. Food web & ecotoxicological effects. Nutrient & eutrophication effects. Predicts effects of multiple stressors. Nutrients, organic toxicants. Temperature, suspended sediment, flow, salinity. Can be evaluative (with ?canonical? environments) or site-specific. Peer reviewed by independent panel and in two published model reviews...

 

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