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Endocrine disruption in fish - post-spawning exposure to oestrogenic effluents - CB01042

Description
This is a collaborative project led by the Environment Agency to which Defra is contributing. The project has investigated the effects of early life stage and post-spawning exposure to treated sewage effluents on the induction of intersex in roach.
Project Documents
• Final Report : Assessing the Sensitivity of Different Life Stages for Sexual Disruption in Roach (Rutilus rutilus) Exposed to Effluents from Wastewater Treatment Works   (23k)
Time-Scale and Cost
From: 2001

To: 2004

Cost: £6,000
Contractor / Funded Organisations
Environment Agency - England
Keywords
Biological Effects              
Chemicals              
Endocrine Disruptors              
Environmental Effects              
Environmental Protection              
Fish              
Hazardous substances              
Pollution              
Toxic Substances              
Fields of Study
Chemicals and Nanotechnology