Efficacy and Ecotoxicological Effects of Shoreline Cleaners in Salt Marsh Ecosystems

Efficacy and Ecotoxicological Effects of Shoreline Cleaners in Salt Marsh Ecosystems

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DeLorenzo, M. E., Key, P. B., Wirth, E. F., Pennington, P. L., Chung, K. W., Pisarski, E. 2017. Efficacy and Ecotoxicological Effects of Shoreline Cleaners in Salt Marsh Ecosystems. NOAA Technical Memorandum NOS NCCOS #232. NOAA, Center for Coastal Environmental Health and Biomolecular Research, Charleston, SC.

Analysis, Coastal, Ecosystem, Fish, Invertebrates, Shellfish, Water quality, Aquatic community, Wildlife, Aquatic ecosystems, Biology, Shoreline, Oil

This study evaluated the toxicity of three shoreline cleaners: PES-51, CytoSol, and Accell Clean SWA. The laboratory experiments evaluated the ability of each cleaner to remove petroleum hydrocarbons from artificial substrates, while the mesocosm experiments evaluated the relationship between each of the cleaners and the mortality of various salt marsh species (specifically fish, clams, snails, polychaetes, and amphipods).

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