Fundamentals of Ecotoxicology is the most comprehensive textbook or working reference in this new science of toxicants in the environment. The author treats ecotoxicology from molecular to global perspectives, extending discussion beyond the ecosystem to landscape, regional, and biospheric topics. The text interweaves human and ecological health issues, consistently presenting this current approach of assessing hazards and risks from pollutants.
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...an organized and highly readable text...fills an important void...the only published book to-date that is oriented for use as a basic introductory text...Overall this book will be of value to beginning students and to research investigators as a reference tool.
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