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We have collected several case studies on marine pollution. The studies are either by Belgian authers or on the Belgian part of the North Sea. The studies covers different trophic levels of the ecosystem.
 
We have collected several case studies on marine pollution. The studies are either by Belgian authers or on the Belgian part of the North Sea. The studies covers different trophic levels of the ecosystem.
  
You can find comprehensible sumaries of these cases studies in a list below
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You can find comprehensible sumaries of these cases studies in the list below
  
 
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*[[pesticides in harbour porpoises | Organochlorine pesticides in harbour porpoises]]
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*[[Organohalogenated contaminants in harbour porpoises|Organochlorine pesticides in Harbour porpoises]]
 
*[[PCB and heavy metals in beached sperm whales | Toxin analysis in beached sperm whales ]]
 
*[[PCB and heavy metals in beached sperm whales | Toxin analysis in beached sperm whales ]]
  
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   <div class="NavHead">'''[[Pollution and pelagic fishes]]'''</div>
 
   <div class="NavHead">'''[[Pollution and pelagic fishes]]'''</div>
 
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*[[Effects of xenoestogens in eels]]
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*[[PFOS contamination in bib and plaice in the Western Scheldt]]
 
*[[PFOS contamination in bib and plaice in the Western Scheldt]]
*[[Volatile organic compounds in North sea fish]]
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*[[TBT and intersex in periwinkles]]
 
*[[TBT and intersex in periwinkles]]
 
*[[Levels of PCBs and organochlorine pesticides in various benthic species in the Belgian North sea and the Western Scheldt estuary]]
 
*[[Levels of PCBs and organochlorine pesticides in various benthic species in the Belgian North sea and the Western Scheldt estuary]]
*[[PCBs and organochlorine pesticides in Belgian shrimp]]
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*[[PCBs and organochlorine pesticides in shrimp from the Belgian North Sea]]
  
 
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*[[PCBs and organochlorine pesticides in Antarctic algae]]
 
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[[Category: Coastal and marine pollution]]

Latest revision as of 13:44, 7 November 2013

We have collected several case studies on marine pollution. The studies are either by Belgian authers or on the Belgian part of the North Sea. The studies covers different trophic levels of the ecosystem.

You can find comprehensible sumaries of these cases studies in the list below