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Thursday, 10 January 2013

Increasing pollution levels linked to oil sands
Oil sands producers found themselves in the midst of a fresh attack from the environmental community when a new study released Monday identified levels of oil sands-related contamination that appear to have intensified since the beginning of commercial development to present day.

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  1. Daphnia. An example of Daphnia, commonly known as a water flea. Daphniids are important grazers of algae and are eaten by fish, waterfowl, and macroinvertebrates. Because Daphnia are sensitive to environmental conditions, including contaminant levels, they are used worldwide in toxicology and ecological studies. The arrow points to the body part (postabdominal claw) that is often recovered as a "sedimentary remain" in lake sediment cores. Image courtesy of Kim Lemmen (Queen's University).


Energy & Environment Dates 2012