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Biological effect measures in fish: application to treated sewage effluent

Report from the Environment Agency describes a method that means we can directly measure the effect of exposure to sewage effluent on fish reproduction.

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Biological effect measures in fish- application to treated sewage effluent

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Biological effect measures in fish- application to treated sewage effluent

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A new report from the Environment Agency describes a method that means we can directly measure the effect of exposure to sewage effluent on fish reproduction.

Published 1 September 2007