By Ervin Balazs, Ennio Galante, James M. Lynch, James S. Schepers, Jean-Pierre Toutant, Dietrich Werner, P.A.T.J. Werry
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1). With additional environmental challenges, the survival potential of organisms declines because of their decreased ability to respond to increased challenges. Beyond the limit of compensation, it is unlikely that organisms could successfully mount any response at all to additional environmental challenges (zone 3, Fig. 1). Provided, however, that environmental conditions improve suffieiently and rapidly enough, an organism may be able to recover somewhat and repair damaged systems and restore compensatory responses.
An observable biomolecular or biochemical response such as induction of the P450 system from PAH exposure or inhibition of acethycholinerase from pesti- Assessing Sources ofStress to Aquatic Ecosystems Using Integrated Biomarkers 19 eide exposure will not necessarily be manifested as measurable biological effects at higher levels of organization. For effects to be realized at increasing higher levels, the stressor(s) must be of suffieient magnitude and duration to overwhelm the normal homeostatic capaeity of speeific biologieal systems (Schlenk et a1.
Manure (CFU mI-i or g-l fresh manure) Manure type Faeeal eoliforms Faeeal streptoeoeci Salmonella spp. 4 x 103 104 to Solid beef manure Solid dairy manure 104 to (E. 5 x 106 (E. 5 X 103 Rüprich (I994) (S. 0 x 107 (Enterobaeteria) Ösding and Lindgren (1991) Transport Processes The variety of transport processes by which contaminants in manure move to water resources are reviewed in this section. For comprehensive reviews of solute transport see Addiscott and Wagenet (1985) and Jarvis et al. (1991).
Biological Resource Management: Connecting Science and Policy by Ervin Balazs, Ennio Galante, James M. Lynch, James S. Schepers, Jean-Pierre Toutant, Dietrich Werner, P.A.T.J. Werry