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Jeffery A Steevens

Supervisory Research Toxicologist

Columbia Environmental Research Center

Email: jsteevens@usgs.gov
Office Phone: 573-876-1819
Fax: 573-876-1896
ORCID: 0000-0003-3946-1229

Location
4200 New Haven Road
Columbia , MO 65201
US

Supervisor: Rip S Shively
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Data include burrowing behavior of juvenile freshwater mussels (Lampsilis siliquoidea); Villosa constricta; Megalonaias nervosa; Villosa iris; Lampsilis powellii; and Anodonta oregonensis) in three types of sediment [a sand/silt/clay mixture (49% sand) with a total organic carbon (TOC) content of about 3% obtained from northeastern Minnesota, a predominantly fine sand (82% sand) with a TOC content of about 1% obtained from southwest Missouri, and a coarse commercial sand with a diameter of < 0.5 mm (Granusil, #4030)].
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This dataset provides individual measurements of toxicity and water quality data used to calculate means reported in the associated publication. The objectives of the present study were to (1) refine test conditions for improving mussel survival and growth in a long-term feeding study, (2) evaluate chronic toxicity of NaCl and KCl to fatmucket under traditional test conditions outlined in ASTM (ASTM 2017) and the refined test conditions, and (3) assess the influences of test durations, starting ages of organisms, and the presence of sand substrate on the sensitivity of juvenile fatmucket to NaCl in chronic exposures under refined test conditions. Multiple tests were conducted to determine the chronic toxicity of...
The Grand Calumet River (GCR), located in northern Indiana, is contaminated due to a wide range of historical industrial activities. Short-term and long-term sediment exposure bioassays with the amphipod Hyalella azteca, the midge Chironomus dilutus, and the mussel Lampsilis siliquoidea were conducted with samples collected in 2013, 2015, and 2017, from up to 26 sites, including both remediated, non-remediated and relatively uncontaminated reference sites. The responses (survival, growth, reproduction and/or emergence) of test organisms to the exposure bioassays are presented here.
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