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Zooplankton are drifting organisms in the water collumn. This group composes of crustaceans (such as krill), jelly fish and also juvenile [[pollution and pelagic fishes|fishes]],....
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Zooplankton are drifting organisms in the water collumn. This group composes of crustaceans (such as krill), jelly fish and also juvenile [[pollution and pelagic fishes|fishes]].
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Toxins eaten,
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== Case studies ==
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Case study: [[Organochlorines in particles and zooplankton from the Belgian part of the North Sea and the Scheldt estuary]]<ref>Delbeke, K.; Joiris, C.R.; Bossicart, M. (1990). Organochlorines in different fractions of sediments and in different planktonic compartments of the Belgian continental shelf and the Scheldt estuary. Environ. Pollut. 66: 325-349</ref>
 
 
 
 
Case study 1: [[Organochlorines in particles and zooplankton from the Belgian part of the North Sea and the Scheldt estuary]]<ref>Delbeke, K.; Joiris, C.R.; Bossicart, M. (1990). Organochlorines in different fractions of sediments and in different planktonic compartments of the Belgian continental shelf and the Scheldt estuary. Environ. Pollut. 66: 325-349</ref>
 
  
 
==References==
 
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Zooplankton are drifting organisms in the water collumn. This group composes of crustaceans (such as krill), jelly fish and also juvenile fishes.

See:

Case study: Organochlorines in particles and zooplankton from the Belgian part of the North Sea and the Scheldt estuary[1]

References

  1. Delbeke, K.; Joiris, C.R.; Bossicart, M. (1990). Organochlorines in different fractions of sediments and in different planktonic compartments of the Belgian continental shelf and the Scheldt estuary. Environ. Pollut. 66: 325-349