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Aquatic ecotoxicology

The protection of fish, amphibians, invertebrates and aquatic plants

Aquatic ecotoxicology aims at maintaining the natural structure and function of aquatic life. Quantitative methods deal with the effect of substances on the growth, reproduction, behaviour or survival of aquatic organisms (marine or freshwater environment).

Aquatic ecotoxicology has made an immense contribution to our understanding of how natural and man-made substances affect the living environment.

Consequently it also plays a central role in the development of regulations for the evaluation of chemicals.

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