Healthy sediment makes for healthy wetlands and healthy wetlands are essential for protecting water quality and providing fish and wildlife habitats. Most sediment toxicologist call SETAC home and home their science here.
- SETAC Technical Workshop (2012): Guidance on Passive Sampling Methods to Improve Management of Contaminated Sediments
- SETAC Technical Workshop (2001): Porewater Toxicity Testing: Biological, Chemical, and Ecological Considerations with a Review of Methods and Applications, and Recommendations for Future Areas of Research
- Passive Sampling Methods for Contaminated Sediments
IEAM 10: 163–236 (2014)
- Mechanistic Sediment Quality Guidelines Based on Contaminant Bioavailability: Equilibrium Partitioning Sediment Benchmarks
ET&C 32:102–114 (2013)
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