RPI, in collaboration with HDR| Ecosystem Management, received a grant from NOAA and the University of New Hampshire’s Coastal Response Research Center (Contract No. 13-034) to develop a database that offers unrestricted and rapid access to toxicity data on dispersants and chemically dispersed oils.
Suggested citation: Bejarano, A.C. and J. Dahlin. 2013. DTox: A quantitative database of the toxicity of dispersants and chemically dispersed oil, version 1.1 [Computer Software]. A project for the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, and the University of New Hampshire’s Coastal Response Research Center (Contract No. 13-034). Research Planning, Inc., Columbia SC.
This database, called Dispersant and Chemically Dispersed Oil Toxicity Database (DTox), was developed in FileMaker Pro® and it contains the following features:
Disclaimer and Navigation Tabs.
Summary of Selection Criteria.
This DTox Training Video (mp4) is intended to facilitate the use of the interactive DTox tool. It provides a brief overview of DTox, including examples on how to use the navigation tabs, and query, print and export toxicity data. Please note that this video was recorded using an earlier version of this interactive tool, but all attributes are identical those of the final version of DTox.