Rapid Bioassessment and In Situ Bioassay: Cost Effective Tools for Environmental Impact Assessment

Lynn D. Wike, F. Douglas Martin, Michael H Paller

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Abstract

The rapid bioassessment and in situ bioassay, the cost effective tools for environmental impact assessment were discussed. The development of two methods of in situ bioassay that can address bioavailability of constituents of concerns was also studied. The use of caged bioassay organisms can be applied to terrestrial systems such as capped of existing waste sites using the common house cricket. Combining in situ techniques with RBA methodologies has the potential to provide a comprehensive assessment of chemical and physical impacts to a wide range of ecosystem types.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Title of host publicationProceeding of the 2002 National Conference on Environmental Science and Technology
EditorsG.A. Uzochukwu, K. Schimmel, G.B. Reddy, S.Y. Chang, V. Kabadi, G.A Uzochukwu, K. Schimmel, G.B. Reddy, S. Yuh-Chang, V. Kabadi
Pages253-262
Number of pages10
StatePublished - Dec 1 2002
Externally publishedYes
EventProceeding of the 2002 National Conference on Environmental Science and Technology - Greensboro, NC, United States
Duration: Sep 8 2002Sep 10 2002

Other

OtherProceeding of the 2002 National Conference on Environmental Science and Technology
CountryUnited States
CityGreensboro, NC
Period9/8/029/10/02

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environmental impact assessment
bioassay
cost
cricket
bioavailability
methodology
in situ

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  • Environmental Science(all)

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Wike, L. D., Martin, F. D., & Paller, M. H. (2002). Rapid Bioassessment and In Situ Bioassay: Cost Effective Tools for Environmental Impact Assessment. In G. A. Uzochukwu, K. Schimmel, G. B. Reddy, S. Y. Chang, V. Kabadi, G. A. Uzochukwu, K. Schimmel, G. B. Reddy, S. Yuh-Chang, ... V. Kabadi (Eds.), Proceeding of the 2002 National Conference on Environmental Science and Technology (pp. 253-262)

Rapid Bioassessment and In Situ Bioassay : Cost Effective Tools for Environmental Impact Assessment. / Wike, Lynn D.; Martin, F. Douglas; Paller, Michael H.

Proceeding of the 2002 National Conference on Environmental Science and Technology. ed. / G.A. Uzochukwu; K. Schimmel; G.B. Reddy; S.Y. Chang; V. Kabadi; G.A Uzochukwu; K. Schimmel; G.B. Reddy; S. Yuh-Chang; V. Kabadi. 2002. p. 253-262.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contribution

Wike, LD, Martin, FD & Paller, MH 2002, Rapid Bioassessment and In Situ Bioassay: Cost Effective Tools for Environmental Impact Assessment. in GA Uzochukwu, K Schimmel, GB Reddy, SY Chang, V Kabadi, GA Uzochukwu, K Schimmel, GB Reddy, S Yuh-Chang & V Kabadi (eds), Proceeding of the 2002 National Conference on Environmental Science and Technology. pp. 253-262, Proceeding of the 2002 National Conference on Environmental Science and Technology, Greensboro, NC, United States, 9/8/02.
Wike LD, Martin FD, Paller MH. Rapid Bioassessment and In Situ Bioassay: Cost Effective Tools for Environmental Impact Assessment. In Uzochukwu GA, Schimmel K, Reddy GB, Chang SY, Kabadi V, Uzochukwu GA, Schimmel K, Reddy GB, Yuh-Chang S, Kabadi V, editors, Proceeding of the 2002 National Conference on Environmental Science and Technology. 2002. p. 253-262
Wike, Lynn D. ; Martin, F. Douglas ; Paller, Michael H. / Rapid Bioassessment and In Situ Bioassay : Cost Effective Tools for Environmental Impact Assessment. Proceeding of the 2002 National Conference on Environmental Science and Technology. editor / G.A. Uzochukwu ; K. Schimmel ; G.B. Reddy ; S.Y. Chang ; V. Kabadi ; G.A Uzochukwu ; K. Schimmel ; G.B. Reddy ; S. Yuh-Chang ; V. Kabadi. 2002. pp. 253-262
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