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Design and interpretation of toxic chemical distribution and stress : Detroit River case study. G.D. Haffner, Sara Wood and Alice Grgicak-Manion Great Lakes Institute for Environmental Research, Universitry of Windsor, Ontario, Canada. curriculum in natural environmental science, 2005.

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Design and interpretation of toxic chemical distribution and stress : Detroit River case study

G.D. Haffner, Sara Wood and Alice Grgicak-Manion

Great Lakes Institute for Environmental Research,

Universitry of Windsor, Ontario, Canada

curriculumin natural environmental science, 2005

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Stratified/random sampling design for the Detroit River. This design reflects the overall health of the river system and provides the basis for powerful statistical analysis

curriculumin natural environmental science, 2005

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A cluster diagram illustrating the three primary benthic communities

curriculumin natural environmental science, 2005

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The relative composition of the two depositional and one high energy benthic community

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The spatial distribution of the three benthic communities within the Detroit River. Note that although Community 2 tends to aggregate along the lower, western reach of the river, there is no overall pattern of distribution

curriculumin natural environmental science, 2005

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Spatial distribution of sites exceeding either LEL or SEL guidelines. Most sampled sites exceeded the guidelines for at least one metal.

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GIS representation of the spatial distributions of Pb and Cd in the Detroit River indicating that different processes were regulating the fate of these metals

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GIS representation of the spatial distributions of Zn and Hg in the Detroit River indicating that different processes were regulating the fate of these metals

curriculumin natural environmental science, 2005

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