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Di Toro D M, McGrath JA, and Hansen DJ (2000) Technical basis for narcotic chemicals and polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbon criteria. Part I: Water and tissue. Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry 19: 1951-1970.

Douben PET (ed.) (2003) PAHs: An Ecotoxicological Perspective. London: Wiley.

Eisler R (2000) Polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons. Handbook of

Chemical Risk Assessment: Health Hazards to Humans, Plants, and Animals, Vol. 2: Organics, pp. 1343-1411. Boca Raton, FL: Lewis Publishers.

Fairbrother A, Smits J, and Grasman KA (2004) Avian immunotoxicology. Journal of Toxicology and Environmental Health 7B: 105-137.

Galloway TS and Depledge MH (2001) Immunotoxicity in invertebrates: Measurement and ecotoxicological relevance. Ecotoxicology 10: 5-23.

Geschwind SA, Eiseman E, Spektor D, and Hudson A (1999) The Impact of Endocrine Disrupting Chemicals on Wildlife: A Review of the Literature 1985-1998. Washington, DC: Science and Technology Policy Institute, http://www.rand.org/pubs/ monograph_reports/2005/MR1050.0.pdf (accessed Oct. 2007).

Irwin RJ, Van MouwerikM, Stevens L, Seese MD, and Basham W (1997) PAHs. Environmental Contaminants Encyclopedia. Fort Collins, CO: National Park Service, Water Resources Division, http:// www.nature.nps.gov/hazardssafety/toxic/index.cfm (accessed Oct. 2007).

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McDonald BG and Chapman PM (2002) PAH phototoxicity - An ecologically irrelevant phenomenon? Marine Pollution Bulletin 44: 1321-1326.

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Myers MS, Johnson LL, and Collier TK (2003) Establishing the causal relationship between polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbon (PAH) exposure and hepatic neoplasms and neoplasia-related liver lesions in English sole (Pleuronectes vetulus). Human and Ecological Risk Assessment 9: 67-94.

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