Title

Population Characteristics and Contaminant Burdens of the White Sucker (Catostomus commersoni) from the St. Lawrence River near Cornwall, Ontario and Massena, New York

Publication Date

1999

Keywords

age, aquatic animals, Aquatic organisms, Aromatic Compounds, Aromatic hydrocarbons, Bioaccumulation, BIOLOGY, BODY, body conditions, body size, Canada, Canada, Ontario, Canada, St.Lawrence R., Catostomus commersoni, characteristics, chemical, condition factor, contaminants, Contamination, DAM, dams, DDT, DIFFERENCE, downstream, ecology, egg, fecundity, Fish, Freshwater, Freshwater organisms, Great Lakes, GREAT-LAKES, Hydrocarbon, Hydrocarbons, international, LAKE, Lakes, muscle, North America, St.Lawrence R., NUMBER, Ontario, organisms, PCB, Pesticides, pollution, Pollution effects, POLYCHLORINATED-BIPHENYLS, polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons, population, population characteristics, Population studies, POPULATIONS, power, reservoir, reservoirs, RESOURCES, river, Rivers, sediment, Sediment pollution, Sedimentation, Sediments, see also Individual groups, see also Pollution, SLOW, spawning, sucker, upstream, USA, New York, Water, Water Pollution Effects, white sucker, white suckers

Journal or Book Title

Journal of Great Lakes Research

Pages

567-582

Volume

255

Issue

3

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