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The Draft Screening Assessment Report (Environment Canada 2014) reports a 14 day NOEC for earthworms of 16 mg/kg dw from ESG International (2002).
The EU RAR (ECB 2007) discusses two studies
on the toxicity of ethylbenzene to earthworms (Callahan et al 1994 and
Neuhauser et al 1985) but neither study was considered sufficiently
reliable for use in the regulatory documents and so the results have not
been presented here. The Draft Screening Assessment Report (Environment
Canada 2014) also discusses Neuhauser et al (1985), but this used filter
paper as a substrate rather than actual soil.The
Draft Screening Assessment Report (Environment Canada 2014) reports a 14
day NOEC for earthworms of 16 mg/kg dw from ESG International (2002).
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