With the expansion of human settlements and the environmental changes brought on by human activity and pollutants the topic is becoming increasingly of interest to toxicologists involved in environmental research. This book focuses specifically on environmental risk assessment in marsupial mammals. Marsupial ecotoxicology is poorly understood in scientific research and as such environmental risk assessment in marsupials (and toxicology in marsupials in general) is an area of rapidly growing interest. This book will be and ideal companion to toxicologists and ecologists interested in risk assessment in the environments of mammals. Particularly those with an interest in the impact introduced by human activity. The book will also be of interest to those working in conservation biology, biological invasion, biocontrol and habitat management.