Further Reading

Bradbury SP (1995) Quantitative structure-activity relationships and ecological risk assessment: An overview of predictive aquatic toxicology research. Toxicology Letters 79: 229-237.

Cairns J, Jr. and Niederlehner BR (1996) Developing afield of landscape ecotoxicology. Ecological Applications 6: 790-796.

Chow TE, Gaines KF, Hodgson ME, and Wilson MA (2005) Habitat and exposure modeling of raccoon for ecological risk assessment: A case study in Savannah river site. Ecological Modelling 189: 151-167.

Craig H (1953) The geochemistry of the stable isotopes. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 3: 53-92.

Cressie AC (1993) Statistics for Spatial Data, revised edition. New York: Wiley.

DeAngelis DL, Gross LJ, Huston MA, etal. (1998) Landscape modeling for everglades ecosystem restoration. Ecosystems 1: 64-75.

FeijtelT, BoeijeG, Matthies M, etal. (1998) Development of a geography-referenced regional exposure assessment tool for European rivers -GREAT-ER. Journal of Hazardous Material 61: 59-65.

Gaines KF, RomanekCS, Boring CS, etal. (2002) Using raccoons as an indicator species for metal accumulation across trophic levels - A stable isotope approach. Journal of Wildlife Management 66: 808-818.

Gay JR and Korre A (2006) A spatially-evaluated methodology for assessing risk to a population from contaminated land. Environmental Pollution 142: 227-234.

Hope BK (1995) A review of models for estimating terrestrial ecological receptor exposure to chemical contaminants. Chemosphere 30: 2267-2287.

International Automic Energy Agency (1992) Effects of Ionizing Radiation on Plants and Animals at Levels Implied by Current Radiation Protection Standards, Technical Reports Series, No. 332. Vienna: International Automic Energy Agency.

Ma WC (1992) Methodological principles of using micromammals in biomonitoring and hazard assessment of chemical soil contamination. In: Donker MH, Eijsackers H, and Heimback F (eds.) Ecotoxicology of Soil Organisms, pp. 357-376. Boca Raton, FL: CRC Press.

Manly BFJ, McDonald LL, and Thomas DL (1993) Resource Selection by Animals: Statistical Design and Analysis for Field Studies. New York: Chapman and Hall.

Pesch R and Schroder W (2006) Integrative exposure assessment through classification and regression trees on bioaccumulation of metals, related sampling site characteristics and ecoregions. Ecological Informatics 1: 55-65.

Sample BE, Aplin MS, Efroymson RA, Suter GW, II, and Welsh CJE (1997) Methods and tools for estimation of the exposure of terrestrial wildlife to contaminants. DOE Environmental Sciences Division, Publication No. 4650.

Sample BE and Suter GW (1999) Ecological risk assessment in a large river-reservoir. Part 4: Piscivorous wildlife. Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry 18(4): 610-620.

Tichendorf L (2001) Can landscape indices predict ecological processes consistently? Landscape Ecology 16: 235-254.

Tobler WR (1970) A computer model simulating urban growth in the Detroit region. Economic Geography 46: 234-240.

United States Environmental Protection Agency (2005) Guidance for Developing Ecological Soil Screening Levels OSWER Directive, 92: 857-55. Washington, DC: United States Environmental Protection Agency.

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