Location and source of PBDE exposure in juvenile Chinook salmon along their out-migrant pathway through the Snohomish River, WA

Category: Fish/Shellfish Research

Published: 2019

Pages: 2

Author(s): Andrea Carey, James West, Robert Fisk, Mariko Langness, Gina Ylitalo, Sandra O’Neill

  • PBDE exposure inwildChinook salmonemigrating fromthe SnohomishRiver is high enough to impair their health
  • A WWTP outfall and CSOs inthe lower mainstemdelta is theputative source ofPBDEs

Suggested citation

Carey, A.J., West, J.E., Fisk, R.J., Langness, M., Ylitalo, G.M., and O'Neill, S.M. (2019) Location Source of PBDE exposure of juvenile Chinook salmon along their out-migrant pathway through the Snohomish River, WA. p. 17 in 2018 Salish Sea Toxics Monitoring Synthesis: A Selection of Research. Edited by C.A. James, R. Jordan, M. Langness, J. Lanksbury, D. Lester, S. O’Neill, K. Song, and C. Sullivan. Puget Sound Ecosystem Monitoring Program. Tacoma, WA. 88 pp: https://www.eopugetsound.org/articles/2018-salish-sea-toxics-monitoring-synthesis