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Effects of biologically stabilized kraft mill effluents on juvenile salmonid growth

Dennis Leland Borton

Effects of biologically stabilized kraft mill effluents on juvenile salmonid growth

by Dennis Leland Borton

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Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Water -- Pollution.,
  • Factory and trade waste.,
  • Salmon.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Dennis Leland Borton.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination38 leaves, bound :
    Number of Pages38
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14328865M

    Overview Table of contents About the author. Written by experts in the field, the thoroughly updated 3rd Edition of Biological Wastewater Treatment covers commonly used and emerging suspended and attached growth reactors. Drawing on their extensive academic and industrial experience, the authors discuss combined carbon and ammonia oxidation, activated sludge, biological nutrient removal. Bleached kraft pulp mill effluent may reveal only half of its acute toxicity in a static test, compared to a flow-through test (Walden et al., ). Very toxic pulp mill effluents may show four times as much toxicity in flow-through tests, although there may be little difference Feeding: do not feed for 16 h before start of test, nor during test.

    Effects of American Water Willow Establishment on Density, Growth, Diet, and Condition of Age-0 Largemouth Bass in Kansas Reservoirs TIMOTHY R. STRAKOSH 1 U.S. Geological Survey, Kansas Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit,2 Division of Biology, Leasure Hall, Kansas State University, Manhattan, Kansas , USA. Juvenile red king crab (Paralithodes camtschaticus) mass rearing was conducted in Seward, Alaska, USA in a king crab stock enhancement feasibility study. Hatchery-raised juveniles were cultured from larvae of 12 ovigerous females collected from Bristol Bay, Alaska, USA. Juvenile instars were cultured in nursery grow-out containers in two phases: (1) C1-C3 juveniles and (2) C3-C6 by:

    Abstract. Land spreading of dairy manure is effective both in disposing of waste and in utilizing plant nutrients in the manure. This study was conducted to determine the residual effect of manure after three annual applications at rates of 0, , 45, 90, , and . at a Kraft mill under normal operating conditions and during mill upsets This test was also used for small, short-term surveys of effluents from Kraft and mechanical mills−14 Collectively, the results of these studies provided new insights into the ability of mill effluents to influence wild fish reproduction.


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Effects of biologically stabilized kraft mill effluents on juvenile salmonid growth by Dennis Leland Borton Download PDF EPUB FB2

Title: EFFECTS OF BIOLOGICALLY STABILIZED KRAFT MILL EFFLUENTS ON JUVENILE SALMONID GROWTH Abstract approved: George G. Chadwick The effects of sublethal concentrations of stabilized kraft mill effluents (SKME) on the growth and food consumption of juvenile chinook and coho salmon held in aquaria and exercise channels were studied during Extensive monitoring of stabilized kraft pulp and paper mill effluents (SKME) at our laboratory has demonstrated that, when biologically stabilized to levels of BOD near 15 mg/1, these effluents extremely rarely result in any mortality in 96 hours, even when tested at percent concentration (Robinson-Wilson and Seim, MS).

Samples of perch (Perca fluviatilis L.) and roach (Rutilus rutilus L.) populations were collected in Lake Saimaa in September-October, after the onset of vitellogenesis and deposition of yolk in the eggs.

The study area received elemental chlorine-free (ECF)-bleached kraft mill effluent (BKME). The pulp and paper mill studied used chlorine dioxide for bleaching and its effluents were treated Cited by:   A month study was carried out to determine the impact of kraft-mill effluents on the offshore benthic macrophyte distribution in a shallow north Florida Bay (USA).

A polluted river drainage system was compared to an adjoining (unpolluted) one. The affected area was characterized by elevated levels of color and turbidity. Inshore areas associated with high levels of KME were characterized by Cited by: Numerous studies have described masculinization of female fishes downstream of pulp and paper mill effluents in Europe, North America, and New Zealand (Davis & Bortone, ; Parks et al., The studies were performed on perch (Perca fluviatilis) caught outside Husum and Iggesund kraft pulp mills in andrespectively, and the results were compared to previous observations from to in the receiving waters of the Norrsundet kraft pulp studies revealed that the biochemical and physiological variables, i.e., EROD activity, gonad size, number of lymphocytes Cited by: Water Research Pergamon Press Vol.

2, pp. Printed in Great Britain TOXICITY OF KRAFT PULP MILL EFFLUENT FOR LARVAL AND ADULT LOBSTERS, AND JUVENILE SALMON J. SPRAGUE and D.

MCLEESE Fisheries Research Board of Canada, Biological Station, St. Andrews, N.B., Canada (Received 5 August ) Abstract The lethal threshold concentration of neutralized Cited by: Pulp and paper mill effluents have been linked to effects on fish reproduction for more than 25 years.

To date, the causes of these effects and remedial strategies have eluded investigators. ranging from acute and behavioral toxicity, developmental and growth studies, immune toxicity, haematotoxicity, genotoxicity, histotoxicity as well as effects on enzymes, reproductive and endocrine disruption.

The present study is an attempt to review toxic effects of paper mill effluents in fish. A field bioassay of potential effects of Champion Pulp Mill effluents on brown trout egg and sac fry survival in the Clark Fork River / By.

Montana. Department of Fish, Wildlife, and Parks Type. Book Material. Published material. Publication info. Missoula, Mont.:The Dept.,[] Notes. Effects of kraft pulp mill effluent on the production and food relations of juvenile chinook salmon in laboratory streamsCited by: 3.

The influence of effluents discharged from the mill, which produces chlorine‐bleached kraft pulp, was seen in each fish species as elevations of liver PSMO activities. The content of total glutathione was increased in fish collected from the most polluted areas, but the changes in conjugation enzymes were not as clearly related to the Cited by: based effects methods in the assessment of refinery effluents and receiving waters has increased in the past decade.

This has been reflected in a recent refinery survey which revealed an increased use of such methods for assessing the quality of refinery effluents and. Estrogenic and anti-estrogenic effects of wood extractives present in pulp and paper mill effluents on rainbow trout.

Orrego R(1), Guchardi J, Krause R, Holdway D. Author information: (1)University of Ontario Institute of Technology, Faculty of Science, Simcoe Street North, Oshawa, Ontario, by: Effects of water velocity and fish length on the shape and size of the foraging areas of juvenile salmonids Tom Glass Department of Biology, Whitman College, Walla Walla, WA ABSTRACT The foraging areas of focal point holding juvenile salmonids typically vary widely in size and Size: KB.

Summary of Abundance and Biological Data Collected During Juvenile Salmonid Monitoring on the Mainstem Klamath River Below Iron Gate Dam, California, Aaron T. David, Stephen A. Gough, and William D.

Pinnix. U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Arcata Fish and Wildlife Office Heindon Road Arcata, California () January EFFECTS OF HABITAT ALTERATION ON PRODUCTION, STANDING CROPS AND YIELD OF BROOIFile Size: 6MB. Juvenile Salmon Survival Studies Juvenile Salmon Survival Studies.

The Lodi Fish and Wildlife Office participates in large-scale, multi-agency, juvenile salmonid survival studies in the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta. Presently we are conducting juvenile salmon and steelhead survival studies in the south Delta. Program Overview; Survival Reports.

Survival and growth of juveniles was significantly different between sediment (mean, 47%) and water column (mean, 86%) exposures; however, these effects were unrelated to pore‐water ammonia. Duringjuveniles were exposed to sediments for 4, 10, and 28 by: Treatment effects on wild resident brown trout (target fish) individuals.

Test results (P, F and MSE) of Model 1. Degrees of freedom (d.f.) given within brackets. Growth is the specific growth in weight, C diff is the change in condition (weight scaled to length) and Mov the absolute distance the fish had moved.

Numbers 0–1, 0–2 and 1–2 Cited by:. These effects are often essential to the maintenance of spawning and rearing habitat for salmonid fishes, to the extent that the preservation of riparian buffer zones (i.e., zones of relatively intact riparian vegetation in otherwise altered watersheds) is required by many North American jurisdictions for mitigating the detrimental effects of.The data on the effects of feed meals on the growth of B.

schwanenfeldii is scarce. Also, information on the effect of feed meals on water quality parameters is poorly reported. Therefore, the objective of this study was to compare the water quality and growth performance of B.

schwanenfeldii fed with commercial and organic feed meals.In contrast, consumption rates increased in mid‐ ( gg −1 d −1) and late ( gg −1 d −1) seasons, but juvenile survival and consumption were not correlated, and correlations between growth and consumption were weak.

These findings are consistent with predictions of a habitat‐based bioenergetic model constructed using Cited by: