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de Solla, S. R., & Fernie, K. J. (2004). Characterization of contaminants in snapping turtles (chelydra serpentina) from canadian lake erie areas of concern: st. clair river, detroit river, and wheatley harbour. Environmental Pollution, 132(1), 101–112. 
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Resource type: Journal Article
BibTeX citation key: deSolla2004
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Categories: General
Keywords: Chelydra, Chelydra serpentina, Chelydridae, Habitat = habitat, Nordamerika = North America, Schildkröten = turtles + tortoises, Toxikologie = toxicology, Zeitigung = incubation
Creators: Fernie, de Solla
Collection: Environmental Pollution
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Abstract     
PCBs, organochlorine pesticides and dioxins/furans in snapping turtle eggs and plasma (Chelydra serpentina) were evaluated at three Areas of Concern (AOCs) on Lake Erie and its connecting channels (St. Clair River, Detroit River, and Wheatley Harbour), as well as two inland reference sites (Algonquin Provincial Park and Tiny Marsh) in 2001-2002. Eggs from the Detroit River and Wheatley Harbour AOCs had the highest levels of p,p'-DDE (24.4 and 57.9 ng/g) and sum PCBs (928.6 and 491.0 ng/g) wet weight, respectively. Contaminant levels in eggs from St. Clair River AOC were generally higher than those from Algonquin Park, but similar to those from Tiny Marsh. Dioxins appeared highest from the Detroit River. The PCB congener pattern in eggs suggested that turtles from the Detroit River and Wheatley Harbour AOCs were exposed to Aroclor 1260. TEQs of sum PCBs in eggs from all AOCs and p,p'-DDE levels in eggs from the Wheatley Harbour and the Detroit River AOCs exceeded the Canadian Environmental Quality Guidelines. Furthermore, sum PCBs in eggs from Detroit River and Wheatley Harbour exceeded partial restriction guidelines for consumption. Although estimated PCB body burdens in muscle tissue of females were well below consumption guidelines, estimated residues in liver and adipose were above guidelines for most sites.

English Keywords
Organic compounds ; Persistent organic pollutant ; Vertebrata ; Reptilia ; Chelonia ; Chlorine Organic compounds ; Freshwater environment ; America ; North America ; Great Lakes of America ; Detroit River ; Chelydra serpentina ; Harbor zone ; Organochlorine compounds ; Biological accumulation ; Egg ; Pesticides ; Polychlorobiphenyl ; Lake Erie ; Contaminant ; Characterization ;

Author Keywords
Polychlorinated biphenyls ; Pesticides ; Eggs ; Environmental guidelines ; Body burdens
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