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Aquatic Life Criteria - Lead

Following are the references available to the Agency for developing or revising aquatic life criteria for Lead. These references were discussed in the Federal Register Notice entitled, Notice of Intent to Revise Aquatic Life Criteria for Copper, Silver, Lead, Cadmium, Iron and Selenium; Notice of Intent to Develop Aquatic Life Criteria for Atrazine, Diazinon, Nonylphenol, Methyl Tertiary-Butyl Ether (MtBE) and Dissolved Oxygen (Saltwater) Cape Cod to Cape Hatteras; Notice of Data Availability; Request for Data and Information. These references are intended to assist interested parties in deriving a value for use in standards with a more up-to-date literature compilation. The final 1984 lead criteria document is available, 440584027.

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