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Volume 38, Number 4, April 1999

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Potential Relation Between Mercury Concentrations and Necropsy Findings in Cetaceans from sGerman Waters of the North and Baltic Seas
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Heavy Metals, Organochlorines and Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons in Sperm Whales Stranded in the Southern North Sea During the 1994/1995 Winter
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The Chemistry and Toxicity of Sediment Affected by Oil from the North Cape Spilled into Rhode Island Sound
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