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Sweden: Effects of organochlorine pollution on animals take a long time to wear off

22 November 2012

Populations of otters, grey seals and sea eagles are slowly recovering in Sweden, which is likely to be thanks in part to a ban on organochlorine chemicals, such as PCBs and DDT, in the 1970s, according to a new study. However, the research shows that negative effects of these chemicals on the reproductive health of female animals persisted for more than 15 years after the ban was introduced....


Source: Effects of organochlorine pollution on animals take a long time to wear off
Author: EU


Date: 2012-11-22

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