Wildlife Toxicology: Emerging Contaminant and Biodiversity Issues

By Ronald J. Kendall, Thomas E. Lacher, George C. Cobb and Stephen Boyd Cox

Updating the extremely successful Wildlife Toxicology and Population Modeling (CRC Press, 1994)Wildlife Toxicology: Emerging Contaminant and Biodiversity Issues brings together a distinguished group of international contributors, who provide a global assessment of a range of environmental stressors, including pesticides, environmental contaminants, and other emerging chemical threats, and their impact on wildlife populations.

Table of Contents

Introduction and Overview.

Environmental Toxicology of Munitions-Related Compounds: Nitroaromatics and Nitramines. Agriculture: Pesticides, Plants, and Biofuels.

Influence of Pesticides and Environmental Contaminants on Emerging Diseases of Wildlife.

Impacts of Contaminants and Pesticides on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Structure and Function.

Impacts of Anthropogenic CO2 and Climate Change on the Biology of Terrestrial and Marine Systems.

Statistical Models in Wildlife Toxicology. Global Perspectives on Wildlife Toxicology: Emerging Issues.

Ecological Risk Assessment and Emerging Issues in Wildlife Toxicology.

Looking Forward: The Global Future of Wildlife Toxicology.

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