No evidence of exposure to environmental estrogens in two feral fish species sampled from the Yarra River, Australia: A comparison with Northern Hemisphere studies
Kathryn Hassell, Vincent Pettigrove, Nicola Beresford, Susan Jobling, Anu Kumar
Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety | ACADEMIC PRESS INC ELSEVIER SCIENCE | Published : 2016
Awarded by RMIT University Animal Ethics Committee
Awarded by University of Melbourne Animal Ethics Committee
We would like to thank Alison King, John Mahoney and Scott Raymond (Arthur Rylah Institute, Department of Sustainability and Environment, Victoria), Hai Doan (CSIRO Land and Water, Adelaide), Kavitha Chinathamby (RMIT University) and Alexis Marshall (CAPIM, University of Melbourne) for assistance with fish collections and sample processing. We thank Kyne Krusic-Golub and Simon Robertson (Fish Ageing Services) for providing age estimations from otoliths samples, and we would like to acknowledge the funding assistance provided by Melbourne Water, CSIRO/National Water Commission, The University of Melbourne and The Institute for Environment, Health and Societies, Brunel University. All experimental work was conducted in accordance with conditions approved by the RMIT University Animal Ethics Committee (Project ID: 0702) and the University of Melbourne Animal Ethics Committee (Project ID: 0911373.3).