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An Atlas of contaminants in eggs of fish-eating colonial birds of the Great Lakes (1970-1988)

An Atlas of contaminants in eggs of fish-eating colonial birds of the Great Lakes (1970-1988)

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Published by Canadian Wildlife Service in Burlington, Ont .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Issued by: Ontario Region.

StatementChristine A. Bishop ... [et al.].
SeriesTechnical report series / Canadian Wildlife Service -- no. 152-153, Technical report series (Canadian Wildlife Service) -- no. 152-153
ContributionsBishop, Christine A. 1960-, Canadian Wildlife Service. Ontario Region.
The Physical Object
Pagination2 v. ;
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16712772M
ISBN 100662196228
OCLC/WorldCa26885195

An atlas of contaminants in eggs of colonial fish-eating birds of the Great Lakes () p. Accounts by location. CWS, Ontario Region, Technical Report. Breivik K, Sweetman A, Pacyna JM, Jones KC. Towards a global historical emission inventory for selected PCB congeners - a mass balance approach. 2. Emissions. Sci.   Impact of TCDD-Like Chemicals on Great Lakes Lake Trout. In the Great Lakes Ecosystem, lake trout have historically been the top predator fish species (Balon, ) and constitute an important part of the region’s populations of lake trout were self-sustaining in the Great Lakes since the late s, populations crashed in the s in all of the Great Lakes except Lake.

- Bishop, C.A., D.V. Weseloh, et al. An atlas of contaminants in eggs of fish-eating colonial waterbirds of the Great Lakes () Volume 1. Technical Report Series No. Canadian Wildlife Service, Ontario Region. - Blokpoel, H. and G.D. Tessier. Distribution and abundance of colonial waterbirds nesting in the Canadian. highest levels are reached in the eggs of fish-eating birds such as herring gulls. This graphic and the text above and below are from Exploring the Great Lakes, an interactive CD-ROM produced by Purdue University and USEPA Region 5, and available for free to educators, local governments and non-profit groups in the Great Lakes region.

An Atlas of Contaminants in Eggs of Fish-Eating Colonial Birds of the Great Lakes (–) Vol I and II (reports and ) Gatineau, PQ, Canada: . The Double-crested Cormorant is a colonial nesting species, the which occurs in New York State on Lakes Erie, Ontario, Oneida and Champlain as well as on Long Island. The Lake Ontario population increased through the 's but declined in the 's and 's as did other piscivorous species due to high levels of toxic contaminants in the.


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Get this from a library. An atlas of contaminants in eggs of fish-eating colonial birds of the Great Lakes (). [Christine Annette Bishop; Canadian Wildlife Service.

Ontario Region.;]. Atlas of contaminants in eggs of fish-eating colonial birds of the Great Lakes (). Volume I, Accounts by location./.

Downsview, Ontario, Canada: Canadian Wildlife Service = Service canadien de la faune, © (CaOONL) (OCoLC) Material Type. An atlas of contaminants in eggs of fish-eating colonial birds of the Great Lakes () Vol.

Technical Report Series No. Canadian Wildlife. An atlas of contaminants in the eggs of fish-eating colonial birds of the Great Lakes (). Volume II. Canadian Wildlife Service, Technical Report No. Pettit, K.E., C.A. Bishop, D.V. Weseloh, and R.J. Norstrom.

An atlas of contaminants in eggs of colonial fish-eating birds of the Great Lakes (). Accounts by. fish-eating birds that breed on the Great Lakes (MooreGilman et al.Weseloh ), were compared with those of nonmigratory Herring Gulls.

Fortunately, the levels of most legacy contaminants in Great Lakes herring gull eggs have declined significantly because the use of DDT was banned in and in the United States and Canada, respectively (Pekarik & Weseloh ; Jermyn‐Gee et al.

The temporal trends () of 11 organochlorine contaminants in herring gull eggs from 13 colonies throughout the Great Lakes were statistically analyzed using two regression methods on logarithmically transformed data. Change point analysis was used to determine if there had been significant year to year fluctuations in contaminant levels and/or changes in long-term trends.

INTRODUCTION The association between shell thickness and organo- chlorine contamination of eggs has been documented in many aquatic bird species (Anderson & Hickey, ; Faber & Hickey, ).

Their position at the top of the food web predisposes fish-eating species to accumulate lipophilic contaminants from their diet. An Atlas of Contaminants in the Eggs of Fish-Eating Colonial Birds of the Great Lakes (). Volume I.

Accounts by Location. Technical Report Series No. An atlas of contaminants in eggs offish-eating colo nial birds of the Great Lakes (). Canadian Wildlife Service Technical Report Series, Nos.

and Ottawa, Ont. Blokpoel, H., and Scharf, W. Status and conser vation of seabirds nesting in the Great Lakes. Atlas of colonial waterbirds nesting on the Canadian Great Lakes, / Hans Blokpoel [et al.].

QL G7 A83 PT.1 An Atlas of contaminants in eggs of fish-eating colonial birds of the Great Lakes () / Christine A. Bishop. Fox, G. A.:‘What have biomarkers told us about the effects of contaminants on the health of fish-eating birds in the Great Lakes. The theory and a literature review’, J.

Great Lakes. Historically, the colonial, fish-eating water birds of the Great Lakes have been exposed to a number of toxic, synthetic, halogenated compounds.1–10 These exposures have resulted in a number of. CURRENT S&T / RESEARCH - Assessing the impacts of toxic chemicals on wildlife health and populations thereby contributing to Environment Canada’s mandate to ensure wildlife is conserved and protected Examining the effects of current use pesticides and other environmental contaminants on various wildlife species ranging from birds to frogs to mink and turtles.

An atlas of contaminants in eggs of fish-eating colonial birds of the Great Lakes (). Vol. Accounts by Location. Vol. Accounts by Chemical. Technical Report Series No.

An atlas of contaminants in eggs of fish-eating colonial birds of the Great Lakes (). Vol. Accounts by Location. Vol. Accounts by. The temporal trends () of 11 organochlorine contaminants in herring gull eggs from 13 colonies throughout the Great Lakes were statistically analyzed using two regression methods on logarithmically transformed data.

Change point analysis was used to determine if there had been significant year to year fluctuations in contaminant levels and/or changes in long-term trends. Short. Nonbreeders occur in summer at James Bay, throughout the Great Lakes region, along the Atlantic-Gulf coast, south in Middle America to Costa Rica, and throughout the West Indies.

Common Terns also breed outside of the Americas throughout temperate Europe and Asia (see Nisbet et al. for description). An atlas of contaminants in the eggs of fish-eating colonial birds of the Great Lakes (). Technical Report Series No.

Canadian Wildlife Service, Ontario Region. Fish-eating birds nesting in Canadian Lake Erie and adjacent waters. Canadian Wildlife Service Progress Notes No. Blokpoel, H. and G.D.

Tessier. Atlas of colonial waterbirds nesting on the Canadian Great Lakes, Part 3. Cormorants, gulls and island-nesting terns on the lower Great Lakes system in   This paper summarizes a workshop on temporal trends in levels and effects of persistent toxic contaminants in the North American Great Lakes.

Information on trends in contaminant levels is reasonably good for sediments, fish, and birds, but is scanty or absent for other ecosystem components. Information on trends in effects has been reported for birds, but is scanty or absent for other groups.

these new book bibliographies, and for information regarding availability of these publications, please con- in eggs of fish-eating colonial birds of the Great Lakes [U.S.A.] (). Canadian Wildlife ENSER, R.

W. The Atlas of breeding birds in Rhode Island. Rhode Island Dept. of Environ-mental Management, Providence, RI. pp.An atlas of contaminants in eggs of fish-eating colonial birds of the Great Lakes ().

Canadian Wildlife Service Technical Report Serial No. pp. S.M.; Gilbertson, M. Double-crested cormorants of the Great Lakes: egg-laying parameters, reproductive failure, and contaminant residues in eggs, Lake Huron Canadian.compared to the least contaminated eggs from the colony at the Beaver Islands.

The case histories of research on the effects of chemicals on fish-eating birds and mammals in the Great Lakes show the effectiveness of using these organisms in eggs of colonial birds on the lower Great Lakes ().