"With expertise in dietborne metals, nutrition, and regulation of metals in the aquatic environment, scientists and policy specialists convened at a SETAC Pellston Workshop to address digestive physiology, chemistry, and nutrition related to dietborne metals; laboratory studies of toxic effects of dietborne metals; field studies of toxic effects of dietborne metals; and incorporation of dietborne metals exposure into regulatory frameworks. The output from that workshop, Toxicity of Dietborne Metals to Aquatic Organisms, lays a foundation for reconsideration of the fate and potential effects of ingested metals in aquatic ecosystems, paves the way for major advances in the testing and regulation of dietborne metals, and encourages multimedia approaches to metals in aquatic ecosystems. About the Editors Joseph S. Meyer is Professor of Zoology and Physiology at the University of Wyoming, in Laramie (WY). William J. Adams is currently Principal Environmental Scientist for Rio Tinto plc, in Murray (UT). Kevin V. Brix is the principal scientist and owner of EcoTox, specializing in assessing the effects of trace metals on aquatic ecosystems, in Miami (FL). Samuel N. Luoma is a Senior Research Scientist with the US Geological Survey, in Menlo Park (CA). David R. Mount is a Research Aquatic Biologist and Chief of the Ecotoxicology Analysis Research Branch for the US Environmental Protection Agency’s Office of Research and Development, in Duluth (MN). William A. Stubblefield is a senior environmental toxicologist with Parametrix, Inc., in Corvallis (OR). Christopher M. Wood is Distinguished Professor of Biology and Canada Research Chair in Environment and Health, McMaster University, in Hamilton (ON). "