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Application of sublethal ecotoxicological tests for measuring harm in terrestrial ecosystems

Recommendations of biological methods for measuring harm to terrestrial ecosystems.

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Application of sublethal ecotoxicological tests for measuring harm in terrestrial ecosystems

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This research by the Environment Agency and the Centre of Ecology & Hydrolgy Monks Wood has recommended a number of biological methods for measuring harm to terrestrial ecosystems.

Published 1 December 2006