1986 Annual Report

Table of Contents


Characteristics of Municipal Wastewater in 1984 and 1985

Contaminant Levels in the Sea Surface Microlayer

Contaminants in Los Angeles River Storm Water Runoff

Initial Dilution

Polynuclear Aromatic Hydrocarbon Contamination in Sediments from Coastal Waters of Southern California

Environmental Conditions of Reference Sites Along theSouthern California Coast, 1985

Distribution and Abundance of Megabenthic Invertebrates in Southern California Coastal Waters

Recovery of Santa Monica Bay from Sludge Discharge

Current Measurement Near Outfalls

Sedimentation, Resuspension and Transport of Particulates

PCB Metabolites Similar to Parent PCBs in Toxicity to Sea Urchin Embryos

White Sea Urchins Used in Sediment Toxicity Bioassays

Fish Collected from Outfall—Affected Coastal Waters Show Subcellular Toxic Effects

Development of Sublethal Assays of Toxicity: PCB Metabolite Cytosolic Distribution and Effects

Sublethal Effects of Cadmium on Scorpionfish: Cytosolic Distribution

Sublethal Effects of Cadmium on Scorpionfish: Enzymes and Blood Chemistry

Changes in DDT and PCB Concentration in White Croaker are Related to the Reproductive Cycle

Reproductive Impairment in White Croaker from Contaminated Areas off Los Angeles

Micronuclei, Evidence of Chromosome Aberrations, Seen in Blood Cells of Fish from Contaminated Waters

Review of Bioassay Techniques