Assessing the hazard of metals and inorganic metal substances in aquatic and terrestrial systems : proceedings from the workshop on hazard identification approach for metals and inorganic metal substances, 3-8 may 2003, Pensacola Beach, Florida, USA / edited by William J. Adams and Peter M. Chapman

Contributor(s): Adams, William J [editor literario] | Chapman, Peter M [editor literario]
Material type: TextText; Format: print Publisher: Boca Raton : CRC Press, 2007Description: X, 146 p. : gráf. ; 24 cmISBN: 1-4200-4440-0Subject(s): Metales -- Aspectos ambientales | Metales -- Toxicología
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Reviews the use of persistence in hazard evaluation and persistence measures as applied to metals. Evaluates current uses of bioaccumulation in aquatic species and aquatic-linked food chains. Presents toxicity procedures used for assessment. Examines terrestrial ecosystems. Provides a complete set of references. Current procedures used for hazard identification and classification are based on persistence, bioaccumulation, and toxicity measurements. Assessing the Hazard of Metals and Inorganic Metal Substances in Aquatic and Terrestrial Systems provides the basis for improvements to the current model for hazard assessment. This book reviews the scientific underpinnings of the use of persistence as applied to metals, including bioavailability, and the use of bioaccumulation to evaluate aquatic species and aquatic-linked food chains. It also examines toxicity procedures as used within PBT approaches and examines measures for metals in terrestrial ecosystems, seeking improvements or alternatives

Índice: Introduction to the Workshop. Executive Summary. Integrated Approach for Hazard Assessment of Metals and Inorganic Metals Substances: The Unit World Model Approach. Bioaccumulation: Hazard Identification of Metals and Inorganic Metal Substances. Aquatic Toxicity for Hazard Identification of Metals Inorganic Metal Substances. Hazard Assessment of Inorganic Metals and Metal Substances in Terrestrial Systems.

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