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Bird and Reptile Species in Environmental Risk Assessment Strategies

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Tags: Bird and reptile, Ecotoxicology, Environmental risks, Animal Indicators, Field sampling.


With the expansion of human settlements and the environmental changes brought on by human activity and pollutants, toxicology and risk assessment of bird and reptile species is becoming increasingly of interest to toxicologists involved in environmental research. This book focuses specifically on environmental risk assessment in non-conventional bird and reptile species. Bird and Reptile Species in Environmental Risk Assessment Strategies will be an ideal companion to toxicologists and ecologists interested in risk assessment in the environments of birds and reptiles, particularly those with an interest in the impact introduced by human activity. 248 p.

Series: Issues in Toxicology No. 45

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Authors expertises affiliations

  • Guillermo Eli Liwszyc, Editor. University of Helsinky (Finland).
  • Marcelo Larramendy, Editor. National University of La Plata (Argentina).

     
  • Publication date (electronic format): 2023-02 - Royal Society of Chemistry.

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