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Environmental toxicology and risk assessment

Environmental toxicology and risk assessment

biomarkers and risk assessment, fifth volume

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Published by ASTM in West Conshohocken, PA .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Pollution -- Environmental aspects.,
  • Health risk assessment.,
  • Environmental health.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementDavid A. Bengtson and Diane S. Henshel, editors.
    SeriesSTP -- 1306., ASTM special technical publication -- 1306.
    ContributionsBengtson, David A., Henshel, Diane Susan., ASTM Committee E-47 on Biological Effects., Environmental Toxicology and Risk Assessment (5th : 1995 : Denver, Colo.)
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxiii, 476 p. :
    Number of Pages476
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18093778M
    ISBN 100803120311

      Scientific Frontiers in Developmental Toxicology and Risk Assessment The National Academies Press, Washington, DC This book, developed by a committee of experts, explores recent advances in the fields of developmental biology, molecular biology, and genetics and integrates these findings within the conceptual framework of developmental toxicology. • assessment of ecological and human health risks of exposure. Paper authors represent a cross section of ecotoxicology's professional community, including scientists from academia, government, and the private sector.

    Environmental Toxicology provides a detailed, comprehensive introduction to this key area of sustainability and public health research. The broad coverage includes sections on ecological risk assessment, monitoring, mechanisms, fate and transport, prevention, and correctives, as well as treatment of the health effects of solar radiation and toxicology in the ocean. The objective of chemical risk assessment methodologies is to facilitate both scientific and data-informed decision making and also is increasingly expected to provide more accurate predictions of actual risk. The validity of a prediction of risk derived from a risk assessment depends largely on the quality and accuracy of data. Where data do not exist or are contradictory, regulatory .

      Environmental Toxicology 1. Environmental Toxicology Unit-VII 2. Syllabus • Environmental risk assessment solid and hazardous waste management rules, hazardous waste control and remediation, evaluation of toxicity, toxic materials: their physiological and metabolic effects 3. The respective experimental methods are described in the book. Toxicologists also deal with much insecurity in the exposure and effect scenarios during risk assessment. To overcome these, they have different extrapolation methods and estimation procedures at their disposal. The book describes these methods in an accessible manner.


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