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Обзор токсичности основных элементов-загрязнителей лососевых нерестовых рек Камчатки

https://doi.org/10.26428/1606-9919-2015-180-210-225

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Проведена ревизия опубликованных результатов токсикологических тестов по определению критических концентраций (острых и хронических) и механизмов действия некоторых металлов и элементов-анионогенов на лососевых рыб. Выбор элементов выполнен на основе анализа примесного состава поверхностных вод территорий активного вулканизма и добычи минерального сырья на п-ове Камчатка.

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Евгений Владиславович Есин
Всероссийский научно-исследовательский институт рыбного хозяйства и океанографии
Россия


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Есин Е.В. Обзор токсичности основных элементов-загрязнителей лососевых нерестовых рек Камчатки. Известия ТИНРО. 2015;180:210-225. https://doi.org/10.26428/1606-9919-2015-180-210-225

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Esin E.V. Review of toxicity for the main chemical elements - pollutants of salmonid spawning rivers in Kamchatka. Izvestiya TINRO. 2015;180:210-225. (In Russ.) https://doi.org/10.26428/1606-9919-2015-180-210-225

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