Sublethal toxicity of metals to copepods.
Publications from work done at Stony Brook:
Hutchins, D.A., I. Stupakoff, S. Hook, S.N. Luoma, and N.S. Fisher. 1998. Effects of Arctic temperatures on distribution and retention of the nuclear waste radionuclides 241Am, 57Co, and137Cs in the bioindicator bivalve Macoma balthica. Marine Environmental Research 45: 17-28.
Hook, S.E., and N.S. Fisher. 2001. Sublethal effects of silver in zooplankton: importance of exposure pathways and implications for toxicity testing. Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry 20: 568-574.
Hook, S.E., and N.S. Fisher. 2001. Reproductive toxicity of metals in calanoid copepods. Marine Biology 138: 1131-1140.
Fisher, N.S., and S.E. Hook. 2001. Relating bioaccumulation of metals to their toxicity in Ligurian Sea copepods. Rapp. Comm. Int. Mer. Medit. 36: 124-125.
Hook, S.E., and N.S. Fisher. 2002. Relating the reproductive toxicity of five ingested metals in calanoid copepods with sulfur affinity. Marine Environmental Research 53: 161-174.
Fisher, N.S., and S.E. Hook. 2002. Toxicology tests with aquatic animals need to consider the trophic transfer of metals. Toxicology 181/182: 531-536.