Aquatic Toxicology

Aquatic toxicology is the investigation of the impacts of made chemicals and other anthropogenic and natural materials and undertakings on oceanic living beings at different levels of association, from subcellular through individual living beings to groups and ecosystems. This field of study incorporates freshwater, marine water and sediment environments. Oceanic toxicologists think about unfriendly impacts at various spatial, temporal, and organizational scales. Since aquatic systems contain a great many animal categories, each of these species can react to toxicants from numerous points of view, and collaborations between these species can be influenced.

  • Aquatic ecology
  • Aquatic chemistry and toxicology
  • Aquatic toxicity testing
  • Hazardous aquatic contaminants
  • Aquatic organism growth inhibitor
  • Water quality management
  • Sediment toxicology

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