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Baird D., et al. editors. 1996. Ecotoxicology Ecological Dimensions. Dordrecht: Springer.

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Cairns J. Jr. 1992. The threshold problem in ecotoxicology. Ecotoxicology. 1(1):3-16.

Cairns J. Jr. 2000. The developing role of ecotoxicology in industrial ecology and natural capitalism. Environmental Health Perspectives. 108(8):A346-7.

Cairns J. Jr. 2009. The contextual components of ecotoxicology. Integrated Environmental Assessment & Management. 5(2):349-50.

Calamari D. 1992. The role of ecotoxicology in the assessment of human exposure to chemical substances. Hum Exp Toxicol 11(5): 307-10.

Chapman P. M. 2002. Integrating toxicology and ecology: putting the “eco” into ecotoxicology. Marine Pollution Bulletin. 44(1):7-15.

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