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Figure 3. Mean survival of E. estuarius in Lauritzen Channel/Richmond Harbor sediment and R. abronius n Palos Verdes Shelf sediment
ERDC TN-DOER-C23
September 2001
Figure 2. PCB tissue residues (as Aroclor 1254) in both laboratory and field organisms exposed to BRH
sediment; A) Nephtys incisa exposed to bedded sediment; B) Mytilus edulis exposed to
suspended sediment only (field exposures for M. edulis occurred at 1 m above bottom) (Field
exposure range based on measured concentrations of PCBs at the selected station locations)
(adapted from Gentile et al. 1988).
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