Hazard Assessment of Chemicals

Author: Jitendra Saxena
Publisher: Elsevier
ISBN: 1483261859
Format: PDF, Mobi
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Hazard Assessment of Chemicals: Current Developments, Volume 3 is a collection of expertly written articles that provide relevant and important information on the environmental and health hazard assessment of chemicals. The volume presents studies and expositions on such topics as hazard priority ranking system (or scoring system), a method to rank chemicals on the severity of their ill effects on the environment and human health. The book also tackles the effect of particulates on the toxic manifestations of chemicals; application of aquatic organisms as indicator systems for early detection of waterborne human carcinogens; techniques for metal speciation; and impact of fluorocarbons and other contaminants on stratospheric ozone. Environmentalists, ecologists, toxicologists, public safety officers and workers, and those concerned with the health effects of chemical agents in the environment will find this book very informative.

Environmental Concepts Policies and Strategies

Author: John Rose
Publisher: CRC Press
ISBN: 9782881247378
Format: PDF, ePub, Mobi
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This compilation of 20 papers published in the International journal of environmental studies in the last three years shows results obtained from surveys into the economic, social and political background of environmental decisions and planning. These results encompass a wide range of topics relevant to the study of the environment. The main areas under discussion are politics, control strategies, determinism, rural planning and styles of environmental and agricultural strategies. Annotation copyrighted by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR

Chemicals in the Environment

Author: Ronald E. Hester
Publisher: Royal Society of Chemistry
ISBN: 0854042067
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Reviews the contemporary framework of legislation for the regulation of chemicals in the UK ...

Regulation for Chemical Safety in Europe Analysis Comment and Criticism

Author: D.M. Pugh
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 9401153167
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Many European Union Directives seek to minimize the potential for harm to humans and the environment arising from the use of chemicals. This book takes an interdisciplinary, selective look at the effector mechanisms employed in such directives. It covers the pre-marketing use of toxicology to identify the hazardous properties of chemicals, acknowledging its shortcomings, while contrasting the scientific method with the precautionary principle in developing risk-management practices. The book then goes on to describe the use of bio-indicators, chemical analyses and mathematical modelling for prediction, or to determine the adequacy of chemical safety legislation. The environmental risk assessment of priority chemicals is described and the impact of pesticides on sustainability in agriculture is discussed from the differing standpoints of agronomy and economics. Audience: All professionals concerned with the safe management of chemicals and their use, including teachers, practitioners, policy makers or legislators.

IPCS Risk Assessment Terminology

Author: International Program on Chemical Safety
Publisher: World Health Organization
ISBN: 9241562676
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A joint project of IPCS/OECD. In two parts: Part 1: IPCS/OECD Key Generic Terms used in Chemical Hazard/Risk Assessment. Part 2: IPCS Glossary of Key Exposure Assessment Terminology. IPCS project on the Harmonization of Approaches to the Assessment of Risk from Exposure to Chemicals

The Practical Applicability of Toxicokinetic Models in the Risk Assessment of Chemicals

Author: J. Krüse
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 9781402009341
Format: PDF, ePub, Docs
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In 2000 OpdenKamp Registration & Notification organized a two-day symposium in The Hague, The Netherlands, on `The Practical Applicability of Toxicokinetic Models in the Risk Assessment of Chemicals'. Several speakers from Europe and the United States were invited to present the different aspects. A vast range of areas was discussed in relation to toxicological modeling and risk assessment, such as occupational toxicology and biomonitoring, exposure to organic solvents and crop protection products, dose-response relations in carcinogenicity, regulatory toxicology, estimation of dermal penetration, uptake and disposition of organic chemicals in fish, the possibilities of in vitro methods in hazard and risk assessment, and the extrapolation between animal and human species. Based on their presentations, the speakers prepared comprehensive papers for this symposium book, reflecting the state of the art of modeling and toxicological risk assessment at the beginning of the third millennium.