James Meador
James Meador
NOAA Fisheries
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Bioaccumulation of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons by marine organisms
JP Meador, JE Stein, WL Reichert, U Varanasi
Reviews of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology 143, 79-165, 1995
The interaction of pH, dissolved organic carbon, and total copper in the determination of ionic copper and toxicity
JP Meador
Aquatic toxicology 19 (1), 13-31, 1991
Environmental contaminants in wildlife: interpreting tissue concentrations
JP Meador
CRC press, 1996
Altered growth and related physiological responses in juvenile Chinook salmon (Oncorhynchus tshawytscha) from dietary exposure to polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs)
JP Meador, FC Sommers, GM Ylitalo, CA Sloan
Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 63 (10), 2364-2376, 2006
Contaminants of emerging concern in a large temperate estuary
JP Meador, A Yeh, G Young, EP Gallagher
Environmental Pollution 213, 254-267, 2016
Chemosensory deprivation in juvenile coho salmon exposed to dissolved copper under varying water chemistry conditions
JK McIntyre, DH Baldwin, JP Meador, NL Scholz
Environmental science & technology 42 (4), 1352-1358, 2008
Comparative bioaccumulation of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons from sediment by two infaunal invertebrates
JP Meador, E Casillas, CA Sloan, U Varanasi
Marine Ecology Progress Series 123, 107-124, 1995
The crucial role of mechanisms and modes of toxic action for understanding internal effect concentrations and tissue residues of organic chemicals
BI Escher, R Ashauer, S Dyer, JLM Hermens, JH Lee, HA Leslie, P Mayer, ...
Integrated Environmental Assessment and Management 7, 28-49, 2011
Environmental contaminants in biota: interpreting tissue concentrations
WN Beyer, JP Meador
CRC Press, 2011
Use of tissue and sediment‐based threshold concentrations of polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs) to protect juvenile salmonids listed under the US Endangered Species Act
JP Meador, TK Collier, JE Stein
Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems 12 (5), 493-516, 2002
A perspective on the toxicity of petrogenic PAHs to developing fish embryos related to environmental chemistry
MG Carls, JP Meador
Human and Ecological Risk Assessment 15 (6), 1084-1098, 2009
Modeling dose response using generalized linear models
DR Kerr, JP Meador
Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry: An International Journal 15 (3), 395-401, 1996
Comparison of elements in bottlenose dolphins stranded on the beaches of Texas and Florida in the Gulf of Mexico over a one-year period
JP Meador, D Ernest, AA Hohn, K Tilbury, J Gorzelany, G Worthy, JE Stein
Archives of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology 36 (1), 87-98, 1999
Rationale and procedures for using the tissue-residue approach for toxicity assessment and determination of tissue, water, and sediment quality guidelines for aquatic organisms
J Meador
Human and Ecological Risk Assessment: An International Journal 12 (6), 1018-1073, 2006
Predicting the Fate and Effects of Tributyltin
JP Meador
Reviews of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology 166 166, 1-48, 2000
Bioaccumulation of PAHs in Marine Invertebrates
JP Meador
PAHs: An ecotoxicological perspective, 147-171, 2003
Free vehicle capture of abyssopelagic animals
KL Smith Jr, GA White, MB Laver, RR McConnaughey, JP Meador
Deep Sea Research Part A. Oceanographic Research Papers 26 (1), 57-64, 1979
10th Anniversary Critical Review: The tissue-residue approach for toxicity assessment: concepts, issues, application, and recommendations
JP Meador, LS McCarty, BI Escher, WJ Adams
Journal of Environmental Monitoring 10 (12), 1486-1498, 2008
Comparative toxicokinetics of tributyltin in five marine species and its utility in predicting bioaccumulation and acute toxicity
JP Meador
Aquatic toxicology 37 (4), 307-326, 1997
Toxicity of sediment-associated tributyltin to infaunal invertebrates: species comparison and the role of organic carbon
JP Meador, CA Krone, DW Dyer, U Varanasi
Marine Environmental Research 43 (3), 219-241, 1997
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