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Document Type: Chapter or Section
Center: NWFSC
Document ID: 9001
Type of Book: Technical
Section or Chapter Title: Environmental pollution and the fish heart
Book Title: Fish Physiology
Series Title: The Cardiovascular System: Physiological and Phenotypic Responses
Author: J. P. Incardona, N. L. Scholz
Publication Year: 2017
Publisher: Academic Press
Volume: 36B

An invited review of pollution impacts on the developing fish heart.  

Theme: Habitats to Support Sustainable Fisheries and Recovered Populations
Foci: Characterize the interaction of human use and habitat distribution, quantity and quality.
Assess the impacts of toxic chemicals and other pollutants across biological scales, and identify pollution reduction strategies that improve habitat quality.
Official Citation:

Incardona, J.P. and Scholz, N.L. 2017. Environmental pollution and the fish heart. In: Fish physiology, Volume 36B. The cardiovascular system: phenotypic and physiological responses. K. Gamperl, T. Gillis, A. Farrell, and C. Brauner (eds.). Elsevier Press, pp. 373-434.