ANZECC

AcronymDefinition
ANZECCAustralian and New Zealand Environment and Conservation Council
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ANZECC (2000) Australian and New Zealand guidelines for fresh and marine water quality.
ANZECC, ARMCANZ (2000) 'Australian and New Zealand guidelines for fresh and marine water quality 2000, No.
2005), the concentration of Ni, slightly greater than the ANZECC standard, is not of concern.
The selection of thresholds was based on current ANZECC guidelines: Zn 200mg/kg, Pb 300mg/kg, Cu 60mg/kg, Cd 3mg/kg, total PAH 20mg/kg, and BaP 1 mg/kg.
ANZECC (2000a) 'Australian and New Zealand guidelines for fresh and marine water quality.
ANZECC (Australian and New Zealand Environment and Conservation Council) and NH&MRC (National Health and Medical Research Council) (1992) Australian and New Zealand Guidelines for the Assessment and Management of Contaminated Sites.
ANZECC and ARMCANZ (2000) Australian and New Zealand Guidelines for Fresh and Marine Water Quality.
4 of ANZECC, ARMCANZ (2000) range from 2 to 5 [micro]g P/L for streams, freshwater lakes, and reservoirs, wetlands, estuaries, and the marine environment.
ANZECC and ARMCANZ (2000) guidelines for surface water quality noting that these guideline concentrations are at catchment scale, not field scale] or BPP (e.
2007) both reported that intensively grazed catchments in the Waikato and Southland regions of New Zealand are exceeding the water quality guidelines determined by ANZECC (2000).
the threshold Cu concentration for environmental investigation set initially by the Australian and New Zealand Environment and Conservation Council, National Health and Medical Research Council; ANZECC, NHMRC 1992), are offered in either of these guidelines.
As they are not directly relevant to the assessment of copper contamination in vineyard soils, the ANZECC and NEPC guideline values (ANZECC and NHMRC 1992; NEPC 1999) should only be used as a reference to provide an indication of possible toxicity.