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Ecological Assessment of Water Quality by Three-species Acute Toxicity Test and GC/MS Analysis - A Case Study of Agricultural Drains -
Journal of Water and Environment Technology
The water quality of environmental waters from the viewpoint of aquatic ecotoxicity was investigated using a three-species ecotoxicity test (algae, daphnia and fish). Water samples were collected, concentrated with a solid-phase extraction technique and exposed to each test species. The growth inhibition, immobilization (swimming inhibition) and mortality ratios in acute toxicity tests for algae, daphnia and fish, respectively, were used as water quality indexes. For the river waters, 38% ofdoi:10.2965/jwet.2010.223 fatcat:xglcrii2pbagtm7kbgbyjolrde