Environmental Epidemiology

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CRC Press, Dec 1, 1986 - Medical - 304 pages
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This informative book is valuable to a broad spectrum of individuals active in the environmental and health sciences, including chemists, epidemiologists, and mathematics modelers, as well as those involved with measurement and effects of numerous kinds of drinking water contamination and both indoor and ambient air pollution. Environmental researchers involved with human exposure to toxic substances, regulators and administrators will also find this work of value.
 

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Contents

Detection of Aflatoxin B Guanine Adducts in Human
1
Assessment of Human Exposure to Chemicals Through
17
The Monitoring of Exposure to Carcinogens by
29
Determining DNA Adducts by Electrophore
41
Quantification of Tissue Doses of Carcinogenic
57
EPIDEMIOLOGIC CONSIDERATIONS
66
Feasibility Study to Relate Arsenic in Drinking Water
89
HEALTH AND EXPOSURE DATA BASES
109
Overview of EPA Major Air Data Bases
149
National Data Base on Body Burden of Toxic
155
Broad Scan Analysis of Human Adipose Tissue from
161
AIR EXPOSURES
181
Inhalation Exposures in Indoor Air
201
PART TWO WATER AND OCCUPATIONAL EXPOSURES
215
Empirical Estimation of Exposure in Retrospective
239
Evaluation of Lead Exposures in the Environment
247

Glenn J Martin
123
Drinking Water Quality Data Bases
131
The FDA Total Diet Study Program
141
The Use of Industrial Hygiene Data in Occupational
259
Index
277
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