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3.2.1 Table 3–1 Recommended Values for Drinking Water Ingestion Rates spacer image
3.2.1 Table 3–2 Confidence in Recommendations for Drinking Water Ingestion Rates spacer image
3.2.2 Table 3–3 Recommended Values for Water Ingestion Rates of Community Water for Pregnant and Lactating Women spacer image
3.2.2 Table 3–4 Confidence in Recommendations for Water Ingestion for Pregnant/Lactating Women spacer image
3.2.3 Table 3–6 Confidence in Recommendations for Water Ingestion While Swimming spacer image
3.2.3; 3.6.1.1 Table 3–5 Recommended Values for Water Ingestion While Swimming spacer image
3.3.1.1 Table 3–10 Per Capita Estimates of Combined Direct and Indirect Water Ingestion Based on 1994–1996, 1998 CSFII: All Sources (mL/day) Chapter 3 Tables-3-10.xls
3.3.1.1 Table 3–11 Per Capita Estimates of Combined Direct and Indirect Water Ingestion Based on 1994–1996, 1998 CSFII: Community Water (mL/kg-day) Chapter 3 Tables-3-11.xls
3.3.1.1 Table 3–12 Per Capita Estimates of Combined Direct and Indirect Water Ingestion Based on 1994–1996, 1998 CSFII: Bottled Water (mL/kg-day) Chapter 3 Tables-3-12.xls
3.3.1.1 Table 3–13 Per Capita Estimates of Combined Direct and Indirect Water Ingestion Based on 1994–1996, 1998 CSFII: Other Sources (mL/kg-day) Chapter 3 Tables-3-13.xls
3.3.1.1 Table 3–14 Per Capita Estimates of Combined Direct and Indirect Water Ingestion Based on 1994–1996, 1998 CSFII: All Sources (mL/kg-day) Chapter 3 Tables-3-14.xls
3.3.1.1 Table 3–15 Consumer-Only Estimates of Combined Direct and Indirect Water Ingestion Based on 1994–1996, 1998 CSFII: Community Water (mL/day) Chapter 3 Tables-3-15.xls
3.3.1.1 Table 3–16 Consumer-Only Estimates of Combined Direct and Indirect Water Ingestion Based on 1994–1996, 1998 CSFII: Bottled Water (mL/day) Chapter 3 Tables-3-16.xls
3.3.1.1 Table 3–17 Consumer-Only Estimates of Combined Direct and Indirect Water Ingestion Based on 1994–1996, 1998 CSFII: Other Sources (mL/day) Chapter 3 Tables-3-17.xls
3.3.1.1 Table 3–18 Consumer-Only Estimates of Combined Direct and Indirect Water Ingestion Based on 1994–1996, 1998 CSFII: All Sources (mL/day) Chapter 3 Tables-3-18.xls
3.3.1.1 Table 3–19 Consumer-Only Estimates of Direct and Indirect Water Ingestion Based on 1994–1996, 1998 CSFII: Community Water (mL/kg-day) Chapter 3 Tables-3-19.xls
3.3.1.1 Table 3–20 Consumer-Only Estimates of Direct and Indirect Water Ingestion Based on 1994–1996, 1998 CSFII: Bottled Water (mL/kg-day) Chapter 3 Tables-3-20.xls
3.3.1.1 Table 3–21 Consumer-Only Estimates of Direct and Indirect Water Ingestion Based on 1994–1996, 1998 CSFII: Other Sources (mL/kg-day) Chapter 3 Tables-3-21.xls
3.3.1.1 Table 3–22 Consumer-Only Estimates of Direct and Indirect Water Ingestion Based on 1994–1996, 1998 CSFII: All Sources (mL/kg-day) Chapter 3 Tables-3-22.xls
3.3.1.1 Table 3–7 Per Capita Estimates of Combined Direct and Indirect Water Ingestion Based on 1994–1996, 1998 CSFII: Community Water (mL/day) Chapter 3 Tables-3-7.xls
3.3.1.1 Table 3–8 Per Capita Estimates of Combined Direct and Indirect Water Ingestion Based on 1994–1996, 1998 CSFII: Bottled Water (mL/day) Chapter 3 Tables-3-8.xls
3.3.1.1 Table 3–9 Per Capita Estimates of Combined Direct and Indirect Water Ingestion Based on 1994–1996, 1998 CSFII: Other Sources (mL/day) Chapter 3 Tables-3-9.xls
3.3.1.2 Table 3–23 Per Capita Estimates of Combined Direct and Indirect Water Ingestion Based on NHANES 2003–2006: Community Water (mL/day) Chapter 3 Tables-3-23.xls
3.3.1.2 Table 3–24 Per Capita Estimates of Combined Direct Water Ingestion Based on NHANES 2003–2006: Bottled Water (mL/day) Chapter 3 Tables-3-24.xls
3.3.1.2 Table 3–25 Per Capita Estimates of Combined Direct and Indirect Water Ingestion Based on NHANES 2003–2006: Other Sources (mL/day) Chapter 3 Tables-3-25.xls
3.3.1.2 Table 3–26 Per Capita Estimates of Combined Direct and Indirect Water Ingestion Based on NHANES 2003–2006: All Sources (mL/day) Chapter 3 Tables-3-26.xls
3.3.1.2 Table 3–27 Per Capita Estimates of Combined Direct and Indirect Water Ingestion Based on NHANES 2003–2006, Mean Confidence Intervals and Bootstrap Intervals for 90th and 95th Percentiles: All Sources (mL/day) spacer image
3.3.1.2 Table 3–28 Per Capita Estimates of Combined Direct and Indirect Water Ingestion Based on NHANES 2003–2006: Community Water (mL/kg-day) Chapter 3 Tables-3-28.xls
3.3.1.2 Table 3–29 Per Capita Estimates of Combined Direct Water Ingestion Based on NHANES 2003–2006: Bottled Water (mL/kg-day) Chapter 3 Tables-3-29.xls
3.3.1.2 Table 3–30 Per Capita Estimates of Combined Direct and Indirect Water Ingestion Based on NHANES 2003–2006: Other Sources (mL/kg-day) Chapter 3 Tables-3-30.xls
3.3.1.2 Table 3–31 Per Capita Estimates of Combined Direct and Indirect Water Ingestion Based on NHANES 2003–2006: All Sources (mL/kg-day) Chapter 3 Tables-3-31.xls
3.3.1.2 Table 3–32 Per Capita Estimates of Combined Direct and Indirect Water Ingestion Based on NHANES 2003–2006, Mean Confidence Intervals and Bootstrap Intervals for 90th and 95th Percentiles: All Sources (mL/kg-day) spacer image
3.3.1.2 Table 3–33 Consumer-Only Estimates of Combined Direct and Indirect Water Ingestion Based on NHANES 2003–2006: Community Water (mL/day) Chapter 3 Tables-3-33.xls
3.3.1.2 Table 3–34 Consumer-Only Estimates of Combined Direct and Indirect Water Ingestion Based on NHANES 2003–2006: Bottled Water (mL/day) Chapter 3 Tables-3-34.xls
3.3.1.2 Table 3–35 Consumer-Only Estimates of Combined Direct and Indirect Water Ingestion Based on NHANES 2003–2006: Other Sources (mL/day) Chapter 3 Tables-3-35.xls
3.3.1.2 Table 3–36 Consumer-Only Estimates of Combined Direct and Indirect Water Ingestion Based on NHANES 2003–2006: All Sources (mL/day) Chapter 3 Tables-3-36.xls
3.3.1.2 Table 3–37 Consumer-Only Estimates of Combined Direct and Indirect Water Ingestion Based on NHANES 2003–2006, Mean Confidence Intervals and Bootstrap Intervals for 90th and 95th Percentiles: All Sources (mL/day) spacer image
3.3.1.2 Table 3–38 Consumer-Only Estimates of Direct and Indirect Water Ingestion Based on NHANES 2003–2006: Community Water (mL/kg-day) Chapter 3 Tables-3-38.xls
3.3.1.2 Table 3–39 Consumer-Only Estimates of Direct Water Ingestion Based on NHANES 2003–2006: Bottled Water (mL/kg-day) Chapter 3 Tables-3-39.xls
3.3.1.2 Table 3–40 Consumer-Only Estimates of Direct and Indirect Water Ingestion Based on NHANES 2003–2006: Other Sources (mL/kg-day) Chapter 3 Tables-3-40.xls
3.3.1.2 Table 3–41 Consumer-Only Estimates of Direct and Indirect Water Ingestion Based on NHANES 2003–2006: All Sources (mL/kg-day) Chapter 3 Tables-3-41.xls
3.3.1.2 Table 3–42 Consumer-Only Estimates of Direct and Indirect Water Ingestion Based on NHANES 2003–2006, Mean Confidence Intervals and Bootstrap Intervals for 90th and 95th Percentiles: All Sources (mL/kg-day) spacer image
3.3.2.10 Table 3–60 Summary Statistics for Best-Fit Lognormal Distributions for Water Intake Rates spacer image
3.3.2.10 Table 3–61 Estimated Quantiles and Means for Total Tap Water Intake Rates (mL/day) spacer image
3.3.2.11 Table 3–62 Water Ingested (mL/day) From Water by Itself and Water Added to Other Beverages and Foods spacer image
3.3.2.12 Table 3–63 Mean Per Capita Drinking Water Intake Based on USDA, CSFII Data From 1989–1991 (mL/day) spacer image
3.3.2.13 Table 3–64 Number of Respondents That Consumed Tap Water at a Specified Daily Frequency spacer image
3.3.2.13 Table 3–65 Number of Respondents That Consumed Juice Reconstituted with Tap Water at a Specified Daily Frequency spacer image
3.3.2.14 Table 3–66 Mean (standard error) Water and Drink Consumption (mL/kg-day) by Race/Ethnicity spacer image
3.3.2.14 Table 3–67 Plain Tap Water and Total Water Consumption by Age, Sex, Region, Urbanicity, and Poverty Category spacer image
3.3.2.15 Table 3–68 Intake of Water From Various Sources in 2- to 13-Year-Old Participants of the DONALD Study, 1985 1999 spacer image
3.3.2.16 Table 3–69 Mean (±standard error) Fluid Intake (mL/kg-day) by Children Aged 1 to 10 Years, NHANES III, 1988–1994 spacer image
3.3.2.16 Table 3–70 Estimated Mean (±standard error) Amount of Total Fluid and Plain Water Intake Among Childrena Aged 1 to 10 Years by Age, Sex, Race/Ethnicity, Poverty Income Ratio, Region, and Urbanicity (NHANES III, 1988–1994) spacer image
3.3.2.17 Table 3–71 Tap Water Intake in Breast-Fed and Formula-Fed Infants and Mixed-Fed Young Children at Different Age Points spacer image
3.3.2.18 Table 3–72 Percentage of Subjects Consuming Beverages and Mean Daily Beverage Intakes (mL/day) for Children With Returned Questionnaires spacer image
3.3.2.19 Table 3–73 Mean (±standard deviation) Daily Beverage Intakes Reported on Beverage Frequency Questionnaire and 3-Day Food and Beverage Diaries spacer image
3.3.2.20 Table 3–74 Consumption of Beverages by Infants and Toddlers (Feeding Infants and Toddlers Study) spacer image
3.3.2.3 Table 3–43 Assumed Tap Water Content of Beverages in Great Britain spacer image
3.3.2.3 Table 3–44 Intake of Total Liquid, Total Tap Water, and Various Beverages (L/day) by the British Population spacer image
3.3.2.3 Table 3–45 Summary of Total Liquid and Total Tap Water Intake for Males and Females (L/day) in Great Britain spacer image
3.3.2.4 Table 3–46 Daily Total Tap Water Intake Distribution for Canadians, by Age Group (approx. 0.20-L increments, both sexes, combined seasons) spacer image
3.3.2.4 Table 3–47 Average Daily Tap Water Intake of Canadians (expressed as mL/kg body weight) spacer image
3.3.2.4 Table 3–48 Average Daily Total Tap Water Intake of Canadians, by Age and Season (L/day) spacer image
3.3.2.4 Table 3–49 Average Daily Total Tap Water Intake of Canadians as a Function of Level of Physical Activity at Work and in Spare Time (16 years and older, combined seasons, L/day) spacer image
3.3.2.4 Table 3–50 Average Daily Tap Water Intake by Canadians, Apportioned Among Various Beverages (both sexes, by age, combined seasons, L/day) spacer image
3.3.2.6 Table 3–51 Intake Rates of Total Fluids and Total Tap Water by Age Group spacer image
3.3.2.7 Table 3–52 Mean and Standard Error for the Daily Intake of Beverages and Tap Water by Age spacer image
3.3.2.8 Table 3–53 Average Total Tap Water Intake Rate by Sex, Age, and Geographic Area spacer image
3.3.2.8 Table 3–54 Frequency Distribution of Total Tap Water Intake Rates spacer image
3.3.2.9 Table 3–55 Total Tap Water Intake (mL/day) for Both Sexes Combined spacer image
3.3.2.9 Table 3–56 Total Tap Water Intake (mL/kg-day) for Both Sexes Combined spacer image
3.3.2.9 Table 3–57 Summary of Tap Water Intake by Age spacer image
3.3.2.9 Table 3–58 Total Tap Water Intake (as % of total water intake) by Broad Age Category spacer image
3.3.2.9 Table 3–59 General Dietary Sources of Tap Water for Both Sexes spacer image
3.4.1.1 Table 3–75 Per Capita Estimates of Direct and Indirect Water Intake From All Sources by Pregnant, Lactating, and Childbearing Age Women (mL/kg-day) Chapter 3 Tables-3-75.xls
3.4.1.1 Table 3–76 Per Capita Estimates of Direct and Indirect Water Intake From All Sources by Pregnant, Lactating, and Childbearing Age Women (mL/day)\ Chapter 3 Tables-3-76.xls
3.4.1.1 Table 3–77 Per Capita Estimated Direct and Indirect Community Water Ingestion by Pregnant, Lactating, and Childbearing Age Women (mL/kg-day) Chapter 3 Tables-3-77.xls
3.4.1.1 Table 3–78 Per Capita Estimated Direct and Indirect Community Water Ingestion by Pregnant, Lactating, and Childbearing Age Women (mL/day) Chapter 3 Tables-3-78.xls
3.4.1.1 Table 3–79 Estimates of Consumers-Only Direct and Indirect Water Intake From All Sources by Pregnant, Lactating, and Childbearing Age Women (mL/kg-day) Chapter 3 Tables-3-79.xls
3.4.1.1 Table 3–80 Estimates of Consumers-Only Direct and Indirect Water Intake From All Sources by Pregnant, Lactating, and Childbearing Age Women (mL/day) Chapter 3 Tables-3-80.xls
3.4.1.1 Table 3–81 Consumers-Only Estimated Direct and Indirect Community Water Ingestion by Pregnant, Lactating, and Childbearing Age Women (mL/kg-day) Chapter 3 Tables-3-81.xls
3.4.1.1 Table 3–82 Consumers-Only Estimated Direct and Indirect Community Water Ingestion by Pregnant, Lactating, and Childbearing Age Women (mL/day) Chapter 3 Tables-3-82.xls
3.4.2.1 Table 3–83 Total Fluid Intake of Women 15 to 49 Years Old Chapter 3 Tables-3-83.xls
3.4.2.1 Table 3–84 Total Tap Water Intake of Women 15 to 49 Years Old Chapter 3 Tables-3-84.xls
3.4.2.1 Table 3–85 Total Fluid (mL/day) Derived from Various Dietary Sources by Women Aged 15 to 49 Years Chapter 3 Tables-3-85.xls
3.4.2.2 Table 3–86 Total Tap Water and Bottled Water Intake by Pregnant Women (L/day) spacer image
3.4.2.2 Table 3–87 Percentage of Mean Water Intake Consumed as Unfiltered and Filtered Tap Water by Pregnant Women spacer image
3.5.1.1 Table 3–88 Water Intake at Various Activity Levels (L/hour) spacer image
3.5.1.2 Table 3–89 Planning Factors for Individual Tap Water Consumption spacer image
3.6.1.1 Table 3–90 Pool Water Ingestion by Swimmers spacer image
3.6.2.1 Table 3–91 Arithmetic Mean (maximum) Number of Dives per Diver and Volume of Water Ingested (mL/dive) spacer image
3.6.2.2 Table 3–92 Exposure Parameters for Swimmers in Swimming Pools, Freshwater, and Seawater spacer image
3.6.2.3 Table 3–93 Estimated Water Ingestion During Water Recreation Activities (mL/hr) spacer image
4.2 Table 4–1 Summary of Recommended Values for Mouthing Frequency and Duration spacer image
4.2 Table 4–2 Confidence in Mouthing Frequency and Duration Recommendations spacer image
4.3.1.2 Table 4–3 New Jersey Children's Mouthing Frequency (contacts/hour) from Video-Transcription Chapter 4 Tables-4-3.xls
4.3.1.3 Table 4–4 Survey-Reported Percent of 168 Minnesota Children Exhibiting Behavior, by Age spacer image
4.3.1.3 Table 4–5 Video-Transcription Median (Mean) Observed Mouthing in 19 Minnesota Children (contacts/hour), by Age spacer image
4.3.1.4 Table 4–6 Variability in Objects Mouthed by Washington State Children (contacts/hour) spacer image
4.3.1.5 Table 4–7 Indoor Mouthing Frequency (contacts per contacts/hour), Video-Transcription of 9 Children, by Age spacer image
4.3.1.5 Table 4–8 Outdoor Mouthing Frequency (contacts per contacts/hour), Video-Transcription of 38 Children, by Age Chapter 4 Tables-4-8.xls
4.3.1.6 Table 4–9 Videotaped Mouthing Activity of Texas Children, Median Frequency (Mean ± SD), by Age spacer image
4.3.1.7 Table 4–10 Indoor Hand-to-Mouth Frequency (contacts/hour) Weibull Distributions from Various Studies, by Age Chapter 4 Tables-4-10.xls
4.3.1.7 Table 4–11 Outdoor Hand-to-Mouth Frequency (contacts/hour) Weibull Distributions From Various Studies, by Age Chapter 4 Tables-4-11.xls
4.3.1.8 Table 4–12 Object/Surface-to-Mouth Contact Frequency for Infants and Toddlers (events/hour) (N = 23) Chapter 4 Tables-4-12.xls
4.3.1.8 Table 4–13 Distributions Mouthing Frequency and Duration for Non-Dietary Objects With Significant Differences (p < 0.05) Between Infants and Toddlers Chapter 4 Tables-4-13.xls
4.3.1.9 Table 4–14 Indoor Object-to-Mouth Frequency (contacts/hour) Weibull Distributions From Various Studies, by Age Chapter 4 Tables-4-14.xls
4.3.1.9 Table 4–15 Outdoor Object-to-Mouth Frequency (contacts/hour) Weibull Distributions from Various Studies, by Age Chapter 4 Tables-4-15.xls
4.3.2.1 Table 4–16 Survey-Reported Mouthing Behaviors for 92 Washington State Children spacer image
4.3.2.5 Table 4–17 Number of Hand Contacts Observed in Adults During a Continuous 3-Hour Period spacer image
4.4.1.1 Table 4–18 Estimated Daily Mean Mouthing Times of New York State Children, for Pacifiers and Other Objects spacer image
4.4.1.2 Table 4–19 Percent of Houston-Area and Chicago-Area Children Observed Mouthing, by Category and Child’s Age spacer image
4.4.1.2 Table 4–20 Estimates of Mouthing Time for Various Objects for Infants and Toddlers (minutes/hour), by Age Chapter 4 Tables-4-20.xls
4.4.1.3 Table 4–21 Object/Surface-to-Hands and Mouth Contact Duration for Infants and Toddlers (minutes/hour) (N = 23) Chapter 4 Tables-4-21.xls
4.4.2.3 Table 4–22 Mouthing Times of Dutch Children Extrapolated to Total Time While Awake, Without Pacifier (minutes/day), by Age spacer image
4.4.2.4 Table 4–23 Estimated Mean Daily Mouthing Duration by Age Group for Pacifiers, Fingers, Toys, and Other Objects (hours:minutes:seconds) spacer image
4.4.2.5 Table 4–24 Outdoor Median Mouthing Duration (seconds/contact), Video-Transcription of 38 Children, by Age Chapter 4 Tables-4-24.xls
4.4.2.5 Table 4–25 Indoor Mouthing Duration (minutes/hour), Video-Transcription of Nine Children With >15 Minutes in View Indoors spacer image
4.4.2.5 Table 4–26 Outdoor Mouthing Duration (minutes/hour), Video-Transcription of 38 Children, by Age Chapter 4 Tables-4-26.xls
4.5.1 Table 4–27 Reported Daily Prevalence of Massachusetts Children’s Non-Food Mouthing/Ingestion Behaviors spacer image
5.2 Table 5–2 Confidence in Recommendations for Ingestion of Soil and Dust spacer image
5.2; 5.6; 5.6.1; 5.6.2 Table 5–1 Recommended Values for Daily Soil, Dust, and Soil + Dust Ingestion (mg/day) spacer image
5.3.2.2 Table 5–4 Amherst, Massachusetts Soil-Pica Child’s Daily Ingestion Estimates by Tracer and by Week (mg/day) spacer image
5.3.2.2; 5.3.3.2 Table 5–3 Soil, Dust, and Soil + Dust Ingestion Estimates for Amherst, Massachusetts Study Children Chapter 5 Tables-5-3.xls
5.3.2.3 Table 5–5 Van Wïjnen et al. (1990) Limiting Tracer Method (LTM) Soil Ingestion Estimates for Sample of Dutch Children spacer image
5.3.2.3 Table 5–6 Estimated Geometric Mean Limiting Tracer Method (LTM) Soil Ingestion Values of Children Attending Daycare Centers According to Age, Weather Category, and Sampling Period spacer image
5.3.2.4 Table 5–7 Estimated Soil Ingestion for Sample of Washington State Children spacer image
5.3.2.5 Table 5–8 Soil Ingestion Estimates for 64 Anaconda Children Chapter 5 Tables-5-8.xls
5.3.2.6 Table 5–10 Average Daily Soil and Dust Ingestion Estimate (mg/day) spacer image
5.3.2.6 Table 5–9 Soil Ingestion Estimates for Massachusetts Children Displaying Soil Pica Behavior (mg/day) spacer image
5.3.2.7 Table 5–11 Mean and Median Soil Ingestion (mg/day) by Family Member Chapter 5 Tables-5-11.xls
5.3.3.1 Table 5–12 Estimated Soil Ingestion for Six High Soil Ingesting Jamaican Children spacer image
5.3.3.2 Table 5–13 Positive/Negative Error (bias) in Soil Ingestion Estimates in Calabrese et al. (1989) Study: Effect on Mean Soil Ingestion Estimate (mg/day) spacer image
5.3.3.5 Table 5–14 Predicted Soil and Dust Ingestion Rates for Children Age 3 to <6 Years (mg/day) Chapter 5 Tables-5-14.xls
5.3.4.10 Table 5–16 Estimated Soil Ingestion for Sample of Dutch Nursery School Children spacer image
5.3.4.10 Table 5–17 Estimated Soil Ingestion for Sample of Dutch Hospitalized, Bedridden Children spacer image
5.3.4.16 Table 5–18 Items Ingested by Low-Income Mexican-Born Women Who Practiced Pica During Pregnancy in the United States (N = 46) spacer image
5.3.4.9 Table 5–15 Estimated Daily Soil Ingestion for East Helena, Montana Children Chapter 5 Tables-5-15.xls
5.3.5.1 Table 5–19 Distribution of Average (Mean) Daily Soil Ingestion Estimates per Child for 64 Children (mg/day) Chapter 5 Tables-5-19.xls
5.3.5.1 Table 5–20 Estimated Distribution of Individual Mean Daily Soil Ingestion Based on Data for 64 Subjects Projected over 365 Days Chapter 5 Tables-5-20.xls
5.3.5.9 Table 5–21 Prevalence of Non-Food Consumption by Substance for NHANES I and NHANES II spacer image
5.5 Table 5–22 Summary of Estimates of Soil and Dust Ingestion by Adults and Children (0.5 to 14 years old) From Key Studies (mg/day) spacer image
5.6.1 Table 5–23 Comparison of Hogan et al. (1998) Study Subjects’ Predicted Blood Lead Levels With Actual Measured Blood Lead Levels, and Default Soil + Dust Intakes Used in IEUBK Modeling spacer image
6.2 Table 6–2 Recommended Short Term Exposure Values for Inhalation (males and females combined) (continued) spacer image
6.2 Table 6–3 Confidence in Recommendations for Long and Short Term Inhalation Rates spacer image
6.2; 6.3.1 Table 6–4 Distribution Percentiles of Physiological Daily Inhalation Rates (PDIRs) (m3/day) for Free Living Normal Weight Males and Females Aged 2.6 Months to 96 Years Chapter 6 Tables-6-4.xls
6.2; 6.3.1 Table 6–6 Distribution Percentiles of Physiological Daily Inhalation Rates (PDIRs) (m3/day) for Free Living Normal Weight and Overweight/Obese Males and Females Aged 4 to 96 Years Chapter 6 Tables-6-6.xls
6.2; 6.3.1 Table 6–7 Distribution Percentiles of Physiological Daily Inhalation Rates (PDIRs) per Unit of Body Weight (m3/kg day) for Free Living Normal Weight Males and Females Aged 2.6 Months to 96 Years Chapter 6 Tables-6-7.xls
6.2; 6.3.1 Table 6–8 Distribution Percentiles of Physiological Daily Inhalation Rates (PDIRs) (m3/kg day) for Free Living Normal Weight and Overweight/Obese Males and Females Aged 4 to 96 Years Chapter 6 Tables-6-8.xls
6.2; 6.3.2 Table 6–10 Non-Normalized Daily Inhalation Rates (m3/day) Derived Using Layton’s (1993) Method and CSFII Energy Intake Data Chapter 6 Tables-6-10.xls
6.2; 6.3.4 Table 6–14 Descriptive Statistics for Daily Average Inhalation Rate in Males, by Age Category Chapter 6 Tables-6-14.xls
6.2; 6.3.4 Table 6–15 Descriptive Statistics for Daily Average Inhalation Rate in Females, by Age Category Chapter 6 Tables-6-15.xls
6.2; 6.3.4 Table 6–17 Descriptive Statistics for Average Ventilation Rate, Unadjusted for Body Weight, While Performing Activities Within the Specified Activity Category, for Males by Age Category Chapter 6 Tables-6-17.xls
6.2; 6.3.4 Table 6–18 Descriptive Statistics for Average Ventilation Rate, Adjusted for Body Weight, While Performing Activities Within the Specified Activity Category, for Males by Age Category Chapter 6 Tables-6-18.xls
6.2; 6.3.4 Table 6–19 Descriptive Statistics for Average Ventilation Rate, Unadjusted for Body Weight, While Performing Activities Within the Specified Activity Category, for Females by Age Category Chapter 6 Tables-6-19.xls
6.2; 6.3.4 Table 6–20 Descriptive Statistics for Average Ventilation Rate, Adjusted for Body Weight, While Performing Activities Within the Specified Activity Category, for Females by Age Category Chapter 6 Tables-6-20.xls
6.2; 6.3.5 Table 6–1 Recommended Long Term Exposure Values for Inhalation (males and females combined) spacer image
6.3.1 Table 6–5 Mean and 95th Percentile Inhalation Rate Values (m3/day) for Free Living Normal Weight Males, Females, and Males and Females Combined spacer image
6.3.1 Table 6–9 Physiological Daily Inhalation Rates (PDIRs) for Newborns Aged 1 Month or Less spacer image
6.3.2 Table 6–11 Mean and 95th Percentile Inhalation Rate Values (m3/day) for Males and Females Combined spacer image
6.3.3 Table 6–12 Summary of Institute of Medicine (IOM) Energy Expenditure Recommendations for Active and Very Active People With Equivalent Inhalation Rates spacer image
6.3.3 Table 6–13 Mean Inhalation Rate Values (m3/day) for Males, Females, and Males and Females Combined spacer image
6.3.4 Table 6–16 Mean and 95th Percentile Inhalation Rate Values (m3/day) for Males, Females, and Males and Females Combined spacer image
6.3.4 Table 6–21 Descriptive Statistics for Duration of Time (hours/day) Spent Performing Activities Within the Specified Activity Category, by Age for Males Chapter 6 Tables-6-21.xls
6.3.4 Table 6–22 Descriptive Statistics for Duration of Time (hours/day) Spent Performing Activities Within the Specified Activity Category, by Age for Females Chapter 6 Tables-6-22.xls
6.3.5 Table 6–23 Mean Inhalation Rate Values (m3/day) From Key Studies for Males and Females Combined spacer image
6.3.5 Table 6–24 95th Percentile Inhalation Rate Values (m3/day) From Key Studies for Males and Females Combined spacer image
6.3.5 Table 6–25 Concordance of Age Groupings Among Key Studies spacer image
6.4.1 Table 6–26 Time Weighted Average of Daily Inhalation Rates (DIRs) Estimated From Daily Activities spacer image
6.4.1 Table 6–27 Selected Inhalation Rate Values During Different Activity Levels Obtained From Various Literature Sources spacer image
6.4.10 Table 6–50 Distributions of Individual and Group Inhalation/Ventilation Rate (VR) for Outdoor Workers Chapter 6 Tables-6-50.xls
6.4.10 Table 6–51 Individual Mean Inhalation Rate (m3/hour) by Self Estimated Breathing Rate or Job Activity Category for Outdoor Workers spacer image
6.4.11 Table 6–52 Mean, Median, and SD of Inhalation Rate According to Waking or Sleeping in 618 Infants and Children Grouped in Classes of Age spacer image
6.4.13 Table 6–53 Distribution of Physiological Daily Inhalation Rate (PDIR) (m3/day) Percentiles for Free Living Underweighta Adolescents and Women Aged 11 to 55 Years During Pregnancy and Postpartum Weeks Chapter 6 Tables-6-53.xls
6.4.13 Table 6–54 Distribution of Physiological Daily Inhalation Rate (PDIR) (m3/day) Percentiles for Free Living Normal Weighta Adolescents and Women Aged 11 to 55 Years During Pregnancy and Postpartum Weeks Chapter 6 Tables-6-54.xls
6.4.13 Table 6–55 Distribution of Physiological Daily Inhalation Rate (PDIR) (m3/day) Percentiles for Free Living Overweight/Obesea Adolescents and Women Aged 11 to 55 Years During Pregnancy and Postpartum Weeks Chapter 6 Tables-6-55.xls
6.4.13 Table 6–56 Distribution of Physiological Daily Inhalation Rate (PDIR) (m3/kg day) Percentiles for Free Living Underweight Adolescents and Women Aged 11 to 55 Years During Pregnancy and Postpartum Weeks Chapter 6 Tables-6-56.xls
6.4.13 Table 6–57 Distribution of Physiological Daily Inhalation Rate (PDIR) (m3/kg day) Percentiles for Free Living Normal Weight and Women Aged 11 to 55 Years During Pregnancy and Postpartum Weeks Chapter 6 Tables-6-57.xls
6.4.13 Table 6–58 Distribution of Physiological Daily Inhalation Rate (PDIR) (m3/kg day) Percentiles for Free Living Overweight/Obesea Adolescents and Women Aged 11 to 55 Years During Pregnancy and Postpartum Weeks Chapter 6 Tables-6-58.xls
6.4.2 Table 6–28 Summary of Human Inhalation Rates by Activity Level (m3/hour) spacer image
6.4.2 Table 6–29 Estimated Minute Ventilation Associated With Activity Level for Average Male Adult spacer image
6.4.2 Table 6–30 Activity Pattern Data Aggregated for Three Microenvironments by Activity Level for All Age Groups spacer image
6.4.2 Table 6–31 Summary of Daily Inhalation Rates (DIRs) Grouped by Age and Activity Level spacer image
6.4.4 Table 6–32 Distribution Pattern of Predicted Ventilation Rate (VR) and Equivalent Ventilation Rate (EVR) for 20 Outdoor Workers spacer image
6.4.4 Table 6–33 Distribution Pattern of Inhalation Rate by Location and Activity Type for 20 Outdoor Workers spacer image
6.4.5 Table 6–34 Calibration and Field Protocols for Self Monitoring of Activities Grouped by Subject Panels spacer image
6.4.5 Table 6–35 Subject Panel Inhalation Rates by Mean Ventilation Rate (VR), Upper Percentiles, and Self Estimated Breathing Rates spacer image
6.4.6 Table 6–36 Actual Inhalation Rates Measured at Four Ventilation Levels spacer image
6.4.7 Table 6–37 Distribution of Predicted Inhalation Rates by Location and Activity Levels for Elementary and High School Students Chapter 6 Tables-6-37.xls
6.4.7 Table 6–38 Average Hours Spent per Day in a Given Location and Activity Level for Elementary and High School Students spacer image
6.4.7 Table 6–39 Distribution Patterns of Daily Inhalation Rates (DIRs) for Elementary (EL) and High School (HS) Students Grouped by Activity Level Chapter 6 Tables-6-39.xls
6.4.8 Table 6–40 Mean Minute Inhalation Rate (m3/minute) by Group and Activity for Laboratory Protocols spacer image
6.4.8 Table 6–41 Mean Minute Inhalation Rate (m3/minute) by Group and Activity for Field Protocols spacer image
6.4.8 Table 6–42 Summary of Average Inhalation Rates (m3/hour) by Age Group and Activity Levels for Laboratory Protocols spacer image
6.4.8 Table 6–43 Summary of Average Inhalation Rates (m3/hour) by Age Group And Activity Levels in Field Protocols spacer image
6.4.9 Table 6–44 Comparisons of Estimated Basal Metabolic Rates (BMR) With Average Food Energy Intakes (EFDs) for Individuals Sampled in the 1977?1978 NFCS spacer image
6.4.9 Table 6–45 Daily Inhalation Rates (DIRs) Calculated From Food Energy Intakes (EFDs) spacer image
6.4.9 Table 6–46 Statistics of the Age/Sex Cohorts Used to Develop Regression Equations for Predicting Basal Metabolic Rates (BMR) spacer image
6.4.9 Table 6–47 Daily Inhalation Rates (DIRs) Obtained From the Ratios of Total Energy Expenditure to Basal Metabolic Rate (BMR) spacer image
6.4.9 Table 6–48 Daily Inhalation Rates (DIRs) Based on Time-Activity Survey spacer image
6.4.9 Table 6–49 Inhalation Rates for Short-Term Exposures spacer image
7.2.1 Table 7–1 Recommended Values for Total Body Surface Area,for Children (sexes combined) and Adults by Sex spacer image
7.2.1 Table 7–2 Recommended Values for Surface Area of Body Parts spacer image
7.2.1 Table 7–3 Confidence in Recommendations for Body Surface Area spacer image
7.2.1; 7.3.1.2 Table 7–8 Mean Proportion (%) of Children's Total Skin Surface Area, by Body Part Chapter 7 Tables-7-8.xls
7.2.1; 7.3.1.3 Table 7–10 Mean and Percentile Skin Surface Area (m2) Derived From U.S. EPA Analysis of NHANES 1999–2006 for Children <21 Years and NHANES 2005–2006 for Adults >21 Years, Male Chapter 7 Tables-7-10.xls
7.2.1; 7.3.1.3 Table 7–11 Mean and Percentile Skin Surface Area (m2) Derived From U.S. EPA Analysis of NHANES 1999–2006 for Children <21 Years and NHANES 2005–2006 for Adults >21 Years, Females Chapter 7 Tables-7-11.xls
7.2.1; 7.3.1.3 Table 7–12 Surface Area of Adult Male (21 years and older) in Square Meters Chapter 7 Tables-7-12.xls
7.2.1; 7.3.1.3 Table 7–13 Surface Area of Adult Females (21 years and older) in Square Meters Chapter 7 Tables-7-13.xls
7.2.1; 7.3.1.3 Table 7–9 Mean and Percentile Skin Surface Area (m2) Derived From U.S. EPA Analysis of NHANES 1999?2006 Males and Females Combined for Children <21 Years and NHANES 2005–2006 for Adults >21 Years Chapter 7 Tables-7-9.xls
7.2.2 Table 7–4 Recommended Values for Mean Solids Adherence to Skin spacer image
7.2.2 Table 7–5 Confidence in Recommendations for Solids Adherence to Skin spacer image
7.3.1.1 Table 7–6 Percentage of Total Body Surface Area by Body Part for Children (sexes combined) and Adults by Sex spacer image
7.3.1.1 Table 7–7 Summary of Equation Parameters for Calculating Adult Body Surface Area spacer image
7.3.2.1 Table 7–14 Statistical Results for Total Body Surface Area Distributions (m2), for Adults spacer image
7.3.2.2 Table 7–15 Descriptive Statistics for Surface Area/Body Weight (SA/BW) Ratios (m2/kg) Chapter 7 Tables-7-15.xls
7.3.2.3 Table 7–16 Estimated Percent of Adult Skin Surface Exposed During Outdoor Activities Chapter 7 Tables-7-16.xls
7.3.2.4 Table 7–17 Estimated Skin Surface Exposed During Warm Weather Outdoor Activities spacer image
7.3.2.5 Table 7–18 Median per Contact Outdoor Fractional Surface Areas of the Hands, by Object, Both Hands Combined Chapter 7 Tables-7-18.xls
7.4.1.1; 7.2.2; 7.4.1.2; 7.4.1.3; 7.4.1.4 Table 7–19 Summary of Field Studies That Estimated Activity-Specific Adherence Rates spacer image
7.4.1.1; 7.2.2; 7.4.1.2; 7.4.1.3; 7.4.1.4 Table 7–20 Geometric Mean and Geometric Standard Deviations of Solids Adherence by Activity and Body Region spacer image
7.4.2.13 Table 7–23 Comparison of Adherence (mg/cm2) for Contact With Carpet and Aluminum Surfaces, Averaged Across Pressure, Contact Time, Soil Type, and Soil Particle Size spacer image
7.4.2.8 Table 7–21 Summary of Controlled Greenhouse Trial spacer image
7.4.2.9 Table 7–22 Dermal Transfer Factors for Selected Contact Surface Types and Skin Wetness, Using <80 ?m Tagged ATD spacer image
7.5.1 Table 7–24 Film Thickness Values of Selected Liquids Under Various Experimental Conditions (10?3cm) spacer image
7.6.1.1 Table 7–25 Mean Transfer Efficiencies (%) spacer image
7.6.1.5 Table 7–26 Transfer Efficiencies (%) for Dry, Water-Wetted, and Saliva-Wetted Palms and PUF Roller spacer image
7.6.1.7 Table 7–27 Incremental and Overall Surface-to-Hand Transfer Efficiencies (%) spacer image
7.6.1.9 Table 7–28 Lognormal Distributions for Modeling Transfer Efficiencies (fraction) spacer image
7.7.1.1 Table 7–29 Hand-to-Object/Surface Contact—Frequency (contacts/hour) spacer image
7.7.1.2 Table 7–30 Hand-to-Objects/Surfaces—Frequency (contacts/hour) spacer image
7.7.1.3 Table 7–31 Median (mean ± SD) Hand Contact Frequency With Clothing, Surfaces, or Objects (contacts/hour) spacer image
7.7.1.4 Table 7–32 Hand Contact with Objects/Surfaces—Frequency (contacts/hour) spacer image
7.7.1.5 Table 7–33 Outdoor Hand Contact With Objects/Surfaces, Children 1 to 6 Years spacer image
7.7.1.5 Table 7–34 Indoor Hand Contact With Objects/Surfaces—Frequency, Children 1 to 6 Years (median contacts/hour) spacer image
7.7.1.6 Table 7–35 Outdoor Hand Contact With Surfaces—Frequency, Children 1 to 5 Years (contacts/hour) Chapter 7 Tables-7-35.xls
7.7.1.7 Table 7–36 Hand Contact With Objects/Surfaces, Infants and Toddlers spacer image
Appendix 7A Table 7A–1 Estimated Parameter Values for Different Age Intervals spacer image
Appendix 7A Table 7A–2 Summary of Surface Area Parameter Values for the Du Bois and Du Bois Model spacer image
8.2 Table 8–1 Recommended Values for Body Weight spacer image
8.2 Table 8–2 Confidence in Recommendaitons for Body Weight spacer image
8.3.1 Table 8–3 Mean and Percentile Body Weights (kg) Derived from NHANES (1999?2006) Male and Female Combined Chapter 8 Tables-8-3.xls
8.3.1 Table 8–4 Mean and Percentile Body Weights (kg) for Males Derived from NHANES (1999?2006) Chapter 8 Tables-8-4.xls
8.3.1 Table 8–5 Mean and Percentile Body Weights (kg) for Females Derived from NHANES (1999?2006) Chapter 8 Tables-8-5.xls
8.4.1 Table 8–6 Weight in Kilograms for Males 2 Months?21 Years of Age?Number Examined, Mean, and Selected Percentiles, by Age Category: United States, 1976–1980 spacer image
8.4.1 Table 8–7 Weight in Kilograms for Females 6 Months?21 Years of Age?Number Examined, Mean, and Selected Percentiles, by Age Category: United States, 1976–1980 spacer image
8.4.10 Table 8–22 Estimated Mean Body Weights of Males and Females by Single Year Age Groups Using NHANES II Data spacer image
8.4.10 Table 8–23 Estimated Mean Body Weights of Males and Females by Single Year Age Groups Using NHANES III Data spacer image
8.4.10 Table 8–24 Estimated Mean Body Weights of Males and Females by Single Year Age Groups Using NHANES IV Data spacer image
8.4.10 Table 8–25 Estimated Body Weights of Typical Age Groups of Interest in U.S. EPA Risk Assessments spacer image
8.4.11 Table 8–26 Estimated Percentile Distribution of Body Weight by Fine Age Categories Derived From 1994?1996, 1998 CSFII spacer image
8.4.11 Table 8–27 Estimated Percentile Distribution of Body Weight by Fine Age Categories With Confidence Interval spacer image
8.4.3 Table 8–8 Statistics for Probability Plot Regression Analyses: Female Body Weights 6 Months to 70 Years of Age spacer image
8.4.3 Table 8–9 Statistics for Probability Plot Regression Analyses: Male Body Weights 6 Months to 70 Years of Age spacer image
8.4.4 Table 8–10 Body-Weight Estimates (kg) by Age and Sex, U.S. Population Derived From NHANES III (1988?1994) spacer image
8.4.4 Table 8–11 Body-Weight Estimates (in kg) by Age, U.S. Population Derived From NHANES III (1988?1994) spacer image
8.4.5 Table 8–12 Observed Mean, Standard Deviation, and Selected Percentiles for Weight (kg) by Sex and Age: Birth to 36 Months spacer image
8.4.6 Table 8–13 Estimated Distribution of Body Weight by Fine Age Categories All Individuals, Males and Females Combined (kg) spacer image
8.4.7 Table 8–14 Mean Body Weight (kg) by Age and Sex Across Multiple Surveys spacer image
8.4.7 Table 8–15 Mean Height (cm) by Age and Sex Across Multiple Surveys spacer image
8.4.7 Table 8–16 Mean Body Mass Index (kg/m2) by Age and Sex Across Multiple Surveys spacer image
8.4.8 Table 8–17 Sample Sizes by Age, Sex, Race, and Examination spacer image
8.4.8 Table 8–18 Mean BMI (kg/m2) Levels and Change in the Mean Z Scores by Race Ethnicity and Sex (ages 2 to 17) spacer image
8.4.8 Table 8–19 Mean Body Mass Index (kg/m2) by Survey, Sex, Race/Ethnicity, and Age Group; Adults: United States spacer image
8.4.8 Table 8–20 Prevalence of Overweight and Obesity Among Children spacer image
8.4.9 Table 8–21 Numbers of Live Births by Weight and Percentages of Live Births With Low and Very Low Birth Weights, by Race, and Hispanic Origin of Mother: United States, 2005 spacer image
8.5.1 Table 8–28 Distribution of 1st Trimester Weight Gain and 2nd and 3rd Trimester Rates of Gain in Women With Good Pregnancy Outcomes Chapter 8 Tables-8-28.xls
8.5.2 Table 8–29 Estimated Body Weights of Pregnant Women?NHANES (1999?2006) Chapter 8 Tables-8-29.xls
8.6.1 Table 8–30 Fetal Weight (g) Percentiles Throughout Pregnancy Chapter 8 Tables-8-30.xls
8.6.2 Table 8–31 Neonatal Weight by Gestational Age for Males and Females Combined Chapter 8 Tables-8-31.xls
9.2 Table 9–1 Recommended Values for Intake of Fruits and Vegetables, Edible Portion, Uncooked spacer image
9.2 Table 9–2 Confidence in Recommendations for Intake of Fruits and Vegetables spacer image
9.3.1.1 Table 9–3 Per Capita Intake of Fruits and Vegetables Based on the 2003?2006 NHANES (g/kg-day, edible portion, uncooked weight) Chapter 9 Tables-9-3.xls
9.3.1.1 Table 9–4 Consumer-Only Intake of Fruits and Vegetables Based on the 2003?2006 NHANES (g/kg-day, edible portion, uncooked weight) Chapter 9 Tables-9-4.xls
9.3.1.1 Table 9–5 Per Capita Intake of Individual Fruits and Vegetables Based on the 2003?2006 NHANES (g/kg-day, edible portion, uncooked weight) spacer image
9.3.1.1 Table 9–6 Consumer Only Intake of Individual Fruits and Vegetables Based on the 2003?2006 NHANES (g/kg-day, edible portion, uncooked weight) spacer image
9.3.2.1 Table 9–7 Mean Total Fruit and Total Vegetable Intake (as-consumed) in a Day by Sex and Age (1977?1978) spacer image
9.3.2.1 Table 9–8 Mean Total Fruit and Total Vegetable Intake (as-consumed) in a Day by Sex and Age (1987?1988, 1994, and 1995) spacer image
9.3.2.10 Table 9–35 Percentage of Hispanic and Non-Hispanic Infants and Toddlers Consuming Different Types of Fruits and Vegetables on a Given Day spacer image
9.3.2.10 Table 9–36 Top Five Fruits and Vegetables Consumed by Hispanic and Non-Hispanic Infants and Toddlers per Age Group spacer image
9.3.2.2 Table 9–9 Per Capita Consumption of Fresh Fruits and Vegetables in 1997 spacer image
9.3.2.3 Table 9–10 Mean Quantities of Vegetables Consumed Daily by Sex and Age, for Children, per Capita (g/day, as-consumed) spacer image
9.3.2.3 Table 9–11 Percentage of Individuals Consuming Vegetables, by Sex and Age, for Children (%) spacer image
9.3.2.3 Table 9–12 Mean Quantities of Fruits Consumed Daily by Sex and Age, for Children, per Capita (g/day, as-consumed) spacer image
9.3.2.3 Table 9–13 Percentage of Individuals Consuming, Fruits by Sex and Age, for Children (%) spacer image
9.3.2.4 Table 9–14 Per Capita Intake of Fruits and Vegetables Based on 1994?1996, 1998 CSFII (g/kg-day, edible portion, uncooked weight) spacer image
9.3.2.4 Table 9–15 Consumer Only Intake of Fruits and Vegetables Based on 1994?1996, 1998 CSFII (g/kg-day, edible portion, uncooked weight) spacer image
9.3.2.4 Table 9–16 Per Capita Intake of Individual Fruits and Vegetables Based on 1994?1996, 1998 CSFII (g/kg-day, edible portion, uncooked weight) spacer image
9.3.2.4 Table 9–17 Consumer Only Intake of Individual Fruits and Vegetables Based on 1994?1996, 1998 CSFII (g/kg-day, edible portion, uncooked weight) spacer image
9.3.2.4 Table 9–18 Per Capita Intake of Exposed Fruits Based on 1994?1996 CSFII (g/kg-day, as-consumed) spacer image
9.3.2.4 Table 9–19 Per Capita Intake of Protected Fruits Based on 1994?1996 CSFII (g/kg-day, as-consumed) spacer image
9.3.2.4 Table 9–20 Per Capita Intake of Exposed Vegetables (g/kg-day, as-consumed) spacer image
9.3.2.4 Table 9–21 Per Capita Intake of Protected Vegetables Based on 1994?1996 CSFII (g/kg-day, as-consumed) spacer image
9.3.2.4 Table 9–22 Per Capita Intake of Root Vegetables Based on 1994-1996 CSFII (g/kg-day, as-consumed) spacer image
9.3.2.5 Table 9–23 Quantity (as-consumed) of Fruits and Vegetables Consumed per Eating Occasion and the Percentage of Individuals Consuming These Foods in Two Days spacer image
9.3.2.5 Table 9–24 Quantity (as-consumed) of Fruits and Vegetables Consumed per Eating Occasion and Percentage of Individuals Consuming These Foods in Two Days, by Food spacer image
9.3.2.6 Table 9–25 Consumption of Major Food Groups: Median Servings (and ranges) by Demographic and Health Characteristics, for Older Adults spacer image
9.3.2.7 Table 9–26 Characteristics of the Feeding Infants and Toddlers Study (FITS) Sample Population spacer image
9.3.2.7 Table 9–27 Percentage of Infants and Toddlers Consuming Different Types of Vegetables spacer image
9.3.2.7 Table 9–28 Top Five Vegetables Consumed by Infants and Toddlers spacer image
9.3.2.7 Table 9–29 Percentage of Infants and Toddlers Consuming Different Types of Fruits spacer image
9.3.2.7 Table 9–30 Top Five Fruits Consumed by Infants and Toddlers spacer image
9.3.2.8 Table 9–31 Characteristics of Women, Infants, and Children (WIC) Participants and Non-Participants (percentages) spacer image
9.3.2.8 Table 9–32 Food Choices for Infants and Toddlers by Women, Infants, and Children (WIC) Participation Status spacer image
9.3.2.9 Table 9–33 Average Portion Sizes per Eating Occasion of Fruits and Vegetables Commonly Consumed by Infants From the 2002 Feeding Infants and Toddlers Study spacer image
9.3.2.9 Table 9–34 Average Portion Sizes per Eating Occasion of Fruits and Vegetables Commonly Consumed by Toddlers From the 2002 Feeding Infants and Toddlers Study spacer image
9.4 Table 9–37 Mean Moisture Content of Selected Food Groups Expressed as Percentages of Edible Portions spacer image
10..8.1 Table 10–121 Distribution of Quantity of Fish Consumed (in grams) per Eating Occasion, by Age and Sex Chapter 10 Tables-10-121.xls
10.2.1 Table 10–1 Recommended Per Capita and Consumer-Only Values for Fish Intake (g/kg-day), Uncooked Fish Weight, by Age spacer image
10.2.1 Table 10–2 Confidence in Recommendations for General Population Fish Intake spacer image
10.2.2 Table 10–3 Recommended Values for Recreational Marine Fish Intake spacer image
10.2.2 Table 10–4 Confidence in Recommendations for Recreational Marine Fish Intake spacer image
10.2.3 Table 10–5 Summary of Relevant Studies on Freshwater Recreational Fish Intake spacer image
10.2.4 Table 10–6 Summary of Relevant Studies on Native American Fish Intake spacer image
10.3.1.1 Table 10–10 Consumer-Only Intake of Shellfish (g/kg-day), Edible Portion, Uncooked Fish Weight Chapter 10 Tables-10-10.xls
10.3.1.1 Table 10–11 Per Capita Intake of Total Finfish and Shellfish Combined (g/kg-day), Edible Portion, Uncooked Fish Weight Chapter 10 Tables-10-11.xls
10.3.1.1 Table 10–12 Consumer-Only Intake of Total Finfish and Shellfish Combined (g/kg-day), Edible Portion, Uncooked Fish Weight Chapter 10 Tables-10-12.xls
10.3.1.1 Table 10–7 Per Capita Intake of Finfish (g/kg-day), Edible Portion, Uncooked Fish Weight Chapter 10 Tables-10-7.xls
10.3.1.1 Table 10–8 Consumer-Only Intake of Finfish (g/kg-day), Edible Portion, Uncooked Fish Weight Chapter 10 Tables-10-8.xls
10.3.1.1 Table 10–9 Per Capita Intake of Shellfish (g/kg-day), Edible Portion, Uncooked Fish Weight Chapter 10 Tables-10-9.xls
10.3.2.1 Table 10–13 Total Fish Consumption, Consumers Only, by Demographic Variables spacer image
10.3.2.1 Table 10–14 Percent Distribution of Total Fish Consumption for Females and Males by Age spacer image
10.3.2.1 Table 10–15 Mean Total Fish Consumption by Species spacer image
10.3.2.1 Table 10–16 Best Fits of Lognormal Distributions Using the Non-Linear Optimization Method spacer image
10.3.2.3 Table 10–17 Mean Fish Intake in a Day, by Sex and Age spacer image
10.3.2.4 Table 10–18 Percent of Respondents That Responded Yes, No, or Don’t Know to Eating Seafood in 1 Month (including shellfish, eels, or squid) spacer image
10.3.2.4 Table 10–19 Number of Respondents Reporting Consumption of a Specified Number of Servings of Seafood in 1 Month spacer image
10.3.2.4 Table 10–20 Number of Respondents Reporting Monthly Consumption of Seafood That Was Purchased or Caught by Someone They Knew spacer image
10.3.2.5 Table 10–21 Distribution of Fish Meals Reported by NJ Consumers During the Recall Period spacer image
10.3.2.5 Table 10–22 Selected Species Among All Reported Meals by NJ Consumers During the Recall Period spacer image
10.3.2.5 Table 10–23 Cumulative Probability Distribution of Average Daily Fish Consumption (g/day) spacer image
10.3.2.5 Table 10–24 Distribution of the Usual Frequency of Fish Consumption spacer image
10.3.2.6 Table 10–25 Per Capita Distribution of Fish Intake (g/day) by Habitat and Fish Type for the U.S. Population, as Prepared spacer image
10.3.2.6 Table 10–26 Daily Average Per Capita Estimates of Fish Consumption: U.S. Population—Mean Consumption by Species Within Habitat, as Prepared spacer image
10.3.2.6 Table 10–27 Per Capita Distribution of Fish Intake (g/day) by Habitat and Fish Type for the U.S. Population, Uncooked Fish Weight spacer image
10.3.2.6 Table 10–28 Daily Average Per Capita Estimates of Fish Consumption U.S. Population—Mean Consumption by Species Within Habitat, Uncooked Fish Weight spacer image
10.3.2.6 Table 10–29 Per Capita Distributions of Fish (finfish and shellfish) Intake (g/day), as Prepared Chapter 10 Tables-10-29.xls
10.3.2.6 Table 10–30 Per Capita Distribution of Fish (finfish and shellfish) Intake (mg/kg-day), as Prepared Chapter 10 Tables-10-30.xls
10.3.2.6 Table 10–31 Per Capita Distribution of Fish (finfish and shellfish) Intake (g/day), Uncooked Fish Weight Chapter 10 Tables-10-31.xls
10.3.2.6 Table 10–32 Per Capita Distribution of Fish (finfish and shellfish) Intake (mg/kg-day), Uncooked Fish Weight Chapter 10 Tables-10-32.xls
10.3.2.6 Table 10–33 Consumer-Only Distribution of Fish (finfish and shellfish) Intake (g/day), as Prepared Chapter 10 Tables-10-33.xls
10.3.2.6 Table 10–34 Consumer-Only Distributions of Fish (finfish and shellfish) Intake (mg/kg-day), as Prepared Chapter 10 Tables-10-34.xls
10.3.2.6 Table 10–35 Consumer-Only Distributions of Fish (finfish and shellfish) Intake (g/day), Uncooked Fish Weight Chapter 10 Tables-10-35.xls
10.3.2.6 Table 10–36 Consumer-Only Distributions of Fish (finfish and shellfish) Intake (mg/kg-day), Uncooked Fish Weight Chapter 10 Tables-10-36.xls
10.3.2.7 Table 10–37 Fish Consumption per kg Body Weight, All Respondents, by Selected Demographic Characteristics (g/kg-day, as-consumed) Chapter 10 Tables-10-37.xls
10.3.2.7 Table 10–38 Fish Consumption per kg Body Weight, Consumers Only, by Selected Demographic Characteristics (g/kg-day, as-consumed) Chapter 10 Tables-10-38.xls
10.3.2.7 Table 10–39 Fish Consumption per kg Body Weight, All Respondents by State, Acquisition Method, (g/kg-day, as-consumed) Chapter 10 Tables-10-39.xls
10.3.2.7 Table 10–40 Fish Consumption per kg Body Weight, Consumers Only, by State, Acquisition Method (g/kg-day, as-consumed) Chapter 10 Tables-10-40.xls
10.3.2.7 Table 10–43 Fish Consumption per kg Body Weight, All Respondents, by State, Acquisition Method, Uncooked (g/kg-day) Chapter 10 Tables-10-43.xls
10.3.2.7 Table 10–44 Fish Consumption per kg Body Weight, Consumers Only, by State, Acquisition Method, Uncooked (g/kg-day) Chapter 10 Tables-10-44.xls
10.3.2.7 Table 10–45 Fish Consumption per kg Body Weight, All Respondents, by State, Subpopulation, and Sex (g/kg-day, as-consumed) Chapter 10 Tables-10-45.xls
10.3.2.7 Table 10–46 Fish Consumption per kg, Consumers Only, by State, Subpopulation, and Sex (g/kg-day, as-consumed) Chapter 10 Tables-10-46.xls
10.3.2.7; 10.6.8 Table 10–41 Fish Consumption per kg Body Weight, All Respondents, by Selected Demographic Characteristics, Uncooked (g/kg-day) Chapter 10 Tables-10-41.xls
10.3.2.7; 10.6.8 Table 10–42 Fish Consumption per kg Body Weight, Consumers Only, by Selected Demographic Characteristics, Uncooked (g/kg-day) Chapter 10 Tables-10-42.xls
10.3.2.8 Table 10–47 Fish Consumption Among General Population in Four States, Consumers Only (g/kg-day, as-consumed) Chapter 10 Tables-10-47.xls
10.4.1.1 Table 10–48 Estimated Number of Participants in Marine Recreational Fishing by State and Subregion spacer image
10.4.1.1 Table 10–49 Estimated Weight of Fish Caught (Catch Type A and B1) by Marine Recreational Fishermen, by Wave and Subregion spacer image
10.4.1.1 Table 10–50 Average Daily Intake (g/day) of Marine Finfish, by Region and Coastal Status spacer image
10.4.1.1 Table 10–51 Estimated Weight of Fish Caught (Catch Type A and B1) by Marine Recreational Fishermen, by Species Group and Subregion spacer image
10.4.2.1 Table 10–52 Percent of Fishing Frequency During the Summer and Fall Seasons in Commencement Bay, Washington spacer image
10.4.2.1 Table 10–53 Selected Percentile Consumption Estimates (g/day) for the Survey and Total Angler Populations Based on the Re-Analysis of the Puffer et al. (1982) and Pierce et al. (1981) Data spacer image
10.4.2.10 Table 10–63 Consumption Patterns of People Fishing and Crabbing in Barnegat Bay, New Jersey spacer image
10.4.2.11 Table 10–64 Fish Intake Rates of Members of the Laotian Community of West Contra Costa County, California Chapter 10 Tables-10-64.xls
10.4.2.12 Table 10–65 Consumption Rates (g/day) Among Recent Consumers by Demographic Factor Chapter 10 Tables-10-65.xls
10.4.2.13 Table 10–66 Mean + SD Consumption Rates for Individuals Who Fish or Crab in the Newark Bay Area spacer image
10.4.2.14 Table 10–67 Consumption Rates (g/day) for Marine Recreational Anglers in King County, Wa Chapter 10 Tables-10-67.xls
10.4.2.2 Table 10–54 Median Intake Rates Based on Demographic Data of Sport Fishermen and Their Family/Living Group spacer image
10.4.2.2 Table 10–55 Cumulative Distribution of Total Fish/Shellfish Consumption by Surveyed Sport Fishermen in the Metropolitan Los Angeles Area spacer image
10.4.2.2 Table 10–56 Catch Information for Primary Fish Species Kept by Sport Fishermen (N = 1,059) spacer image
10.4.2.3 Table 10–57 Fishing and Crabbing Behavior of Fishermen at Humacao, Puerto Rico spacer image
10.4.2.6 Table 10–58 Fish Consumption of Delaware Recreational Fishermen and Their Households spacer image
10.4.2.7 Table 10–59 Seafood Consumption Rates of All Fish by Ethnic and Income Groups of Santa Monica Bay spacer image
10.4.2.8 Table 10–60 Means and Standard Deviations of Selected Characteristics by Population Groups in Everglades, Florida spacer image
10.4.2.9 Table 10–61 Grams per Day of Self-Caught Fish Consumed by Recreational Anglers—Alcoa/Lavaca Bay spacer image
10.4.2.9 Table 10–62 Number of Meals and Portion Sizes of Self-Caught Fish Consumed by Recreational Anglers Lavaca Bay, Texas spacer image
10.5.1 Table 10–68 Percentile and Mean Intake Rates for Wisconsin Sport Anglers (all respondents) Chapter 10 Tables-10-68.xls
10.5.10 Table 10–81 Fishing Patterns and Consumption Rates of People Fishing Along the Savannah River (Mean ± SE) spacer image
10.5.11 Table 10–82 Fish Consumption Rates for Indiana Anglers—Mail Survey (g/day) Chapter 10 Tables-10-82.xls
10.5.13 Table 10–83 Fish Consumption Rates for Indiana Anglers—On-Site Survey (g/day) Chapter 10 Tables-10-83.xls
10.5.14 Table 10–84 Consumption of Sport-Caught and Purchased Fish by Minnesota and North Dakota Residents (g/day) Chapter 10 Tables-10-84.xls
10.5.16 Table 10–85 Fishing Patterns and Consumption Rates of Anglers Along the Clinch River Arm of Watts Bar Reservoir (Mean ± SE) spacer image
10.5.17 Table 10–86 Daily Consumption of Wild-Caught Fish, Consumers Only (g/kg-day, as-consumed) Chapter 10 Tables-10-86.xls
10.5.18 Table 10–87 Consumption Rates (g/day) for Freshwater Recreational Anglers in King County, WA Chapter 10 Tables-10-87.xls
10.5.2 Table 10–69 Mean Fish Intake Among Individuals Who Eat Fish and Reside in Households With Recreational Fish Consumption spacer image
10.5.2 Table 10–70 Comparison of 7-Day Recall and Estimated Seasonal Frequency for Fish Consumption spacer image
10.5.2 Table 10–71 Distribution of Usual Fish Intake Among Survey Main Respondents Who Fished and Consumed Recreationally Caught Fish Chapter 10 Tables-10-71.xls
10.5.3 Table 10–72 Estimates of Fish Intake Rates of Licensed Sport Anglers in Maine During the 1989–1990 Ice Fishing or 1990 Open-Water Seasons Chapter 10 Tables-10-72.xls
10.5.3 Table 10–73 Analysis of Fish Consumption by Ethnic Groups for ""All Waters"" (g/day) Chapter 10 Tables-10-73.xls
10.5.3 Table 10–74 Total Consumption of Freshwater Fish Caught by All Survey Respondents During the 1990 Season spacer image
10.5.5 Table 10–75 Socio-Demographic Characteristics of Respondents spacer image
10.5.6 Table 10–76 Mean Sport-Fish Consumption by Demographic Variables, Michigan Sport Anglers Fish Consumption Study, 1991–1992 spacer image
10.5.7 Table 10–77 Mean Per Capita Freshwater Fish Intake of Alabama Anglers spacer image
10.5.8 Table 10–78 Distribution of Fish Intake Rates (from all sources and from sport-caught sources) for 1992 Lake Ontario Anglers Chapter 10 Tables-10-78.xls
10.5.8 Table 10–79 Mean Annual Fish Consumption (g/day) for Lake Ontario Anglers, 1992, by Socio-Demographic Characteristics spacer image
10.5.9 Table 10–80 Seafood Consumption Rates of Nine Connecticut Population Groups (cooked, edible meat, g/day) spacer image
10.6.2 Table 10–88 Number of Grams per Day of Fish Consumed by All Adult Respondents (consumers and non-consumers combined)—Throughout the Year spacer image
10.6.2 Table 10–89 Fish Intake Throughout the Year by Sex, Age, and Location by All Adult Respondents spacer image
10.6.2 Table 10–90 Fish Consumption Rates Among Native American Children (age 5 years and under) Chapter 10 Tables-10-90.xls
10.6.2 Table 10–91 Number of Fish Meals Eaten per Month and Fish Intake Among Native American Children Who Consume Particular Species spacer image
10.6.3 Table 10–92 Socio-Demographic Factors and Recent Fish Consumption spacer image
10.6.4 Table 10–93 Number of Local Fish Meals Consumed per Year by Time Period for All Respondents spacer image
10.6.4 Table 10–94 Mean Number of Local Fish Meals Consumed per Year by Time Period for All Respondents and Consumers Only spacer image
10.6.4 Table 10–95 Mean Number of Local Fish Meals Consumed per Year by Time Period and Selected Characteristics for All Respondents (Mohawk, N = 97; Control, N = 154) spacer image
10.6.5 Table 10–96 Fish Consumption Rates for Mohawk Native Americans (g/day) spacer image
10.6.6 Table 10–100 Percentiles of Adult Consumption Rates by Age (g/kg-day) Chapter 10 Tables-10-100.xls
10.6.6 Table 10–101 Median Consumption Rates by Income (g/kg-day) Within Each Tribe spacer image
10.6.6 Table 10–102 Mean, 50th, and 90th Percentiles of Consumption Rates for Children Age Birth to 5 Years (g/kg-day) spacer image
10.6.6 Table 10–97 Percentiles and Mean of Adult Tribal Member Consumption Rates (g/kg-day) Chapter 10 Tables-10-97.xls
10.6.6 Table 10–98 Median and Mean Consumption Rates by Sex (g/kg-day) within Each Tribe spacer image
10.6.6 Table 10–99 Median Consumption Rate for Total Fish by Sex and Tribe (g/day) spacer image
10.6.7 Table 10–103 Adult Consumption Rate (g/kg-day): Individual Finfish and Shellfish and Fish Groups Chapter 10 Tables-10-103.xls
10.6.7 Table 10–104 Adult Consumption Rate (g/kg-day) for Consumers Only spacer image
10.6.7 Table 10–105 Adult Consumption Rate (g/kg-day) by Sex Chapter 10 Tables-10-105.xls
10.6.7 Table 10–106 Adult Consumption Rate (g/kg-day) by Age Chapter 10 Tables-10-106.xls
10.6.7 Table 10–107 Consumption Rates for Native American Children (g/kg-day), All Children (including non-consumers): Individual Finfish and Shellfish and Fish Groups Chapter 10 Tables-10-107.xls
10.6.7 Table 10–108 Consumption Rates for Native American Children (g/kg-day), Consumers Only: Individual Finfish and Shellfish and Fish Groups spacer image
10.6.9 Table 10–109 Percentiles and Mean of Consumption Rates for Adult Consumers Only (g/kg-day) Chapter 10 Tables-10-109.xls
10.6.9 Table 10–110 Percentiles and Mean of Consumption Rates by Sex for Adult Consumers Only (g/kg-day) Chapter 10 Tables-10-110.xls
10.6.9 Table 10–111 Percentiles and Mean of Consumption Rates by Age for Adult Consumers Only—Squaxin Island Tribe (g/kg-day) Chapter 10 Tables-10-111.xls
10.6.9 Table 10–112 Percentiles and Mean of Consumption Rates by Age for Adult Consumers Only—Tulalip Tribe (g/kg-day) Chapter 10 Tables-10-112.xls
10.6.9 Table 10–113 Percentiles and Mean of Consumption Rates for Child Consumers Only (g/kg-day) Chapter 10 Tables-10-113.xls
10.6.9 Table 10–114 Percentiles and Mean of Consumption Rates by Sex for Child Consumers Only (g/kg-day) Chapter 10 Tables-10-114.xls
10.7.1 Table 10–115 Consumption Rates of API Community Members spacer image
10.7.1 Table 10–116 Demographic Characteristics of “Higher” and “Lower” Seafood Consumers spacer image
10.7.1 Table 10–117 Seafood Consumption Rates by Ethnicity for Asian and Pacific Islander Community (g/kg-day) spacer image
10.7.1 Table 10–118 Consumption Rates by Sex for All Asian and Pacific Islander Community spacer image
10.7.1 Table 10–119 Types of Seafood Consumed/Respondents Who Consumed (%) spacer image
10.7.2 Table 10–120 Mean, Median and 95th Percentile Fish Intake Rates for Different Groups (g/day) spacer image
10.8.2 Table 10–122 Distribution of Quantity of Canned Tuna Consumed (grams) per Eating Occasion, by Age and Sex Chapter 10 Tables-10-122.xls
10.8.2 Table 10–123 Distribution of Quantity of Other Finfish Consumed (grams) per Eating Occasion, by Age and Sex Chapter 10 Tables-10-123.xls
10.9 Table 10–124 Percentage of Individuals Using Various Cooking Methods at Specified Frequencies spacer image
10.9.1; 10.9.2 Table 10–125 Mean Percent Moisture and Total Fat Content for Selected Species spacer image
Appendix 10B Table 10B–1 Percent of Fish Meals Prepared Using Various Cooking Methods by Residence Size spacer image
Appendix 10B Table 10B–2 Percent of Fish Meals Prepared Using Various Cooking Methods by Age spacer image
Appendix 10B Table 10B–3 Percent of Fish Meals Prepared Using Various Cooking Methods by Ethnicity spacer image
Appendix 10B Table 10B–4 Percent of Fish Meals Prepared Using Various Cooking Methods by Education spacer image
Appendix 10B Table 10B–5 Percent of Fish Meals Prepared Using Various Cooking Methods by Income spacer image
Appendix 10B Table 10B–6 Percent of Fish Meals Where Fat was Trimmed or Skin was Removed, by Demographic Variables spacer image
Appendix 10B Table 10B–7 Method of Cooking of Most Common Species Kept by Sportfishermen spacer image
Appendix 10B Table 10B–8 Adult Consumption of Fish Parts spacer image
11.2 Table 11–1 Recommended Values for Intake of Meats, Dairy Products, and Fats, Edible Portion, Uncooked spacer image
11.2 Table 11–2 Confidence in Recommendations for Intake of Meats, Dairy Products, and Fats spacer image
11.3.1.1 Table 11–3 Per Capita Intake of Total Meat and Total Dairy Products Based on 2003?2006 NHANES (g/kg day, edible portion, uncooked weight) Chapter 11 Tables-11-3.xls
11.3.1.1 Table 11–4 Consumer-Only Intake of Total Meat and Total Dairy Products Based on 2003?2006 NHANES (g/kg day, edible portion, uncooked weight) Chapter 11 Tables-11-4.xls
11.3.1.1 Table 11–5 Per Capita Intake of Individual Meats and Dairy Products Based on 2003?2006 NHANES (g/kg day, edible portion, uncooked weight) spacer image
11.3.1.1 Table 11–6 Consumer-Only Intake of Individual Meats and Dairy Products Based on 2003?2006 NHANES (g/kg day, edible portion, uncooked weight) spacer image
11.3.2.1 Table 11–10 Mean Dairy Product Intakes per Capita in a Day, by Sex and Age (g/day, as consumed) for 1977?1978 spacer image
11.3.2.1 Table 11–11 Mean Dairy Product Intakes per Capita in a Day, by Sex and Age (g/day, as consumed) for 1987?1988 spacer image
11.3.2.1 Table 11–12 Mean Dairy Product Intakes per Capita in a Day, by Sex and Age (g/day, as consumed) for 1994 and 1995 spacer image
11.3.2.1 Table 11–7 Mean Meat Intakes per Individual in a Day, by Sex and Age (g/day, as consumed) for 1977?1978 spacer image
11.3.2.1 Table 11–8 Mean Meat Intakes Per Capita in a Day, by Sex and Age (g/day, as consumed) for 1987?1988 spacer image
11.3.2.1 Table 11–9 Mean Meat Intakes per Capita in a Day, by Sex and Age (g/day, as consumed) for 1994 and 1995 spacer image
11.3.2.2 Table 11–13 Mean Quantities of Meat and Eggs Consumed Daily by Sex and Age, per Capita (g/day, as consumed) spacer image
11.3.2.2 Table 11–14 Percentage of Individuals Consuming Meats and Eggs, by Sex and Age (%) spacer image
11.3.2.2 Table 11–15 Mean Quantities of Dairy Products Consumed Daily by Sex and Age, per Capita (g/day, as consumed) spacer image
11.3.2.2 Table 11–16 Percentage of Individuals Consuming Dairy Products, by Sex and Age (%) spacer image
11.3.2.3 Table 11–17 Per Capita Intake of Total Meat and Total Dairy Products Based on 1994?1996,1998 CSFII (g/kg day, edible portion, uncooked weight) spacer image
11.3.2.3 Table 11–18 Consumer-Only Intake of Total Meat and Total Dairy Products Based on 1994?1996,1998 CSFII (g/kg day, edible portion, uncooked weight) spacer image
11.3.2.3 Table 11–19 Per Capita Intake of Individual Meats and Dairy Products Based on 1994?1996, 1998 CSFII (g/kg day, edible portion, uncooked weight) spacer image
11.3.2.3 Table 11–20 Consumer-Only Intake of Individual Meats and Dairy Products Based on 1994?1996, 1998 CSFII (g/kg day, edible portion, uncooked weight) spacer image
11.3.2.4 Table 11–21 Quantity (as consumed) of Meat and Dairy Products Consumed per Eating Occasion and Percentage of Individuals Using These Foods in Two Days spacer image
11.3.2.5 Table 11–22 Consumption of Milk, Yogurt, and Cheese: Median Daily Servings (and ranges) by Demographic and Health Characteristics spacer image
11.3.2.6 Table 11–23 Characteristics of the Feeding Infants and Toddlers Study (FITS) Sample Population spacer image
11.3.2.6 Table 11–24 Percentage of Infants and Toddlers Consuming Milk, Meat, or Other Protein Sources spacer image
11.3.2.7 Table 11–25 Characteristics of WIC Participants and Non Participants (percentages) spacer image
11.3.2.7 Table 11–26 Food Choices for Infants and Toddlers by WIC Participation Status spacer image
11.3.2.8 Table 11–27 Percentage of Hispanic and Non Hispanic Infants and Toddlers Consuming Different Types of Milk, Meats, or Other Protein Sources on a Given Day spacer image
11.3.2.9 Table 11–28 Average Portion Sizes per Eating Occasion of Meats and Dairy Products Commonly Consumed by Infants From the 2002 Feeding Infants and Toddlers Study spacer image
11.3.2.9 Table 11–29 Average Portion Sizes per Eating Occasion of Meats and Dairy Products Commonly Consumed by Toddlers From the 2002 Feeding Infants and Toddlers Study spacer image
11.4.1.1 Table 11–30 Per Capita Total Fat Intake (g/day) Chapter 11 Tables-11-30.xls
11.4.1.1 Table 11–31 Per Capita Total Fat Intake (g/kg day) Chapter 11 Tables-11-31.xls
11.4.1.1 Table 11–32 Consumer-Only Total Fat Intake (g/day) Chapter 11 Tables-11-32.xls
11.4.1.1 Table 11–33 Consumer-Only Total Fat Intake (g/kg day) Chapter 11 Tables-11-33.xls
11.4.1.1 Table 11–34 Consumer-Only Total Fat Intake?Top 10% of Animal Fat Consumers (g/day) spacer image
11.4.1.1 Table 11–35 Consumer-Only Total Fat Intake?Top 10% of Animal Fat Consumers (g/kg day) spacer image
11.4.2.1 Table 11–36 Fat Intake Among Children Based on Data From the Bogalusa Heart Study, 1973?1982 (g/day) spacer image
11.4.2.1 Table 11–37 Fat Intake Among Children Based on Data From the Bogalusa Heart Study, 1973?1982 (g/kg day) spacer image
11.5; 11.6 Table 11–38 Mean Percent Moisture and Total Fat Content of Selected Meat and Dairy Products spacer image
12.2 Table 12–1 Recommended Values for Intake of Grains, Edible Portion, Uncooked spacer image
12.2 Table 12–2 Confidence in Recommendations for Intake of Grain Products spacer image
12.3.1.1 Table 12–3 Per Capita Intake of Total Grains Based 2003–2006 NHANES (g/kg-day, edible portion, uncooked weight) Chapter 12 Tables-12-3.xls
12.3.1.1 Table 12–4 Consumer-Only Intake of Total Grains Based 2003–2006 NHANES (g/kg-day, edible portion, uncooked weight) Chapter 12 Tables-12-4.xls
12.3.1.1 Table 12–5 Per Capita Intake of Individual Grain Products Based 2003–2006 NHANES (g/kg-day, edible portion, uncooked weight) spacer image
12.3.1.1 Table 12–6 Consumer-Only Intake of Individual Grain Products Based 2003–2006 NHANES (g/kg-day, edible portion, uncooked weight) spacer image
12.3.2.1 Table 12–7 Mean Grain Intake per Individual in a Day by Sex and Age (g/day as-consumed) for 1977?1978 spacer image
12.3.2.1 Table 12–8 Mean Grain Intakes per Individual in a Day by Sex and Age (g/day as-consumed) for 1987?1988 spacer image
12.3.2.1 Table 12–9 Mean Grain Intakes per Individual in a Day by Sex and Age (g/day as-consumed) for 1994?1995 spacer image
12.3.2.10 Table 12–34 Percentage of Hispanic and Non-Hispanic Infants and Toddlers Consuming Different Types of Grain Products on a Given Day spacer image
12.3.2.2 Table 12–10 Per Capita Consumption of Flour and Cereal Products in 1997 spacer image
12.3.2.3 Table 12–11 Mean Quantities of Grain Products Consumed by Children Under 20 Years of Age, by Sex and Age, Per Capita (g/day, as-consumed) spacer image
12.3.2.3 Table 12–12 Percentage of Individuals Under 20 Years of Age Consuming Grain Products, by Sex and Age (%) spacer image
12.3.2.4 Table 12–13 Per Capita Intake of Total Grains Based on 1994–1996, 1998 CSFII (g/kg-day, edible portion, uncooked weight) spacer image
12.3.2.4 Table 12–14 Consumer-Only Intake of Total Grains Based on 1994–1996, 1998 CSFII (g/kg-day, edible portion, uncooked weight) spacer image
12.3.2.4 Table 12–15 Per Capita Intake of Individual Grain Products Based on 1994–1996, 1998 CSFII (g/kg-day, edible portion, uncooked weight) spacer image
12.3.2.4 Table 12–16 Consumer-Only Intake of Individual Grain Products Based on 1994–1996, 1998 CSFII (g/kg-day, edible portion, uncooked weight) spacer image
12.3.2.4 Table 12–17 Per Capita Intake of Breads Based on 1994–1996, 1998 CSFII (g/kg-day, as-consumed) spacer image
12.3.2.4 Table 12–18 Per Capita Intake of Sweets Based on 1994–1996, 1998 CSFII (g/kg-day, as-consumed) spacer image
12.3.2.4 Table 12–19 Per Capita Intake of Snacks Containing Grains Based on 1994–1996, 1998 CSFII (g/kg-day, as-consumed) spacer image
12.3.2.4 Table 12–20 Per Capita Intake of Breakfast Foods Based on 1994–1996, 1998 CSFII (g/kg-day, as consumed) spacer image
12.3.2.4 Table 12–21 Per Capita Intake of Pasta Based on 1994–1996, 1998 CSFII (g/kg-day, as-consumed) spacer image
12.3.2.4 Table 12–22 Per Capita Intake of Cooked Cereals Based on 1994–1996, 1998 CSFII (g/kg-day, as-consumed) spacer image
12.3.2.4 Table 12–23 Per Capita Intake of Ready-to-Eat Cereals Based on 1994–1996, 1998 CSFII (g/kg-day, as-consumed) spacer image
12.3.2.4 Table 12–24 Per Capita Intake of Baby Cereals Based on 1994–1996, 1998 CSFII (g/kg-day, as-consumed) spacer image
12.3.2.5 Table 12–25 Quantity (as-consumed) of Grain Products Consumed per Eating Occasion and the Percentage of Individuals Using These Foods in 2 Days spacer image
12.3.2.5 Table 12–26 Quantity (as-consumed) of Grain Products Consumed per Eating Occasion and Percentage of Individuals Using These Foods in 2 Days, by Sex and Age spacer image
12.3.2.6 Table 12–27 Consumption of Major Food Groups by Older Adults: Median Daily Servings (and ranges) by Demographic and Health Characteristics spacer image
12.3.2.7 Table 12–28 Characteristics of the Feeding Infant and Toddlers Study (FITS) Sample Population spacer image
12.3.2.7 Table 12–29 Percentage of Infants and Toddlers Consuming Different Types of Grain Products spacer image
12.3.2.8 Table 12–30 Characteristics of Women, Infants, and Children (WIC) Participants and Non-Participantsa (percentages) spacer image
12.3.2.8 Table 12–31 Food Choices for Infants and Toddlers by Women, Infants, and Children (WIC) Participation Status spacer image
12.3.2.9 Table 12–32 Average Portion Sizes per Eating Occasion of Grain Products Commonly Consumed by Infants From the 2002 Feeding Infants and Toddlers Study spacer image
12.3.2.9 Table 12–33 Average Portion Sizes per Eating Occasion of Grain Products Commonly Consumed by Toddlers From the 2002 Feeding Infants and Toddlers Study spacer image
12.4 Table 12–35 Mean Moisture Content of Selected Grain Products Expressed as Percentages of Edible Portions (grams per 100 grams of edible portion) spacer image
13.2 Table 13–1 Summary of Recommended Values for Intake of Home-Produced Foods spacer image
13.2 Table 13–2 Confidence in Recommendations for Intake of Home-Produced Foods spacer image
13.3.1 Table 13–10 Consumer-Only Intake of Home-Produced Vegetables (g/kg-day)—All Regions Combined Chapter 13 Tables-13-10.xls
13.3.1 Table 13–11 Consumer-Only Intake of Home-Produced Vegetables (g/kg-day)—Northeast spacer image
13.3.1 Table 13–12 Consumer-Only Intake of Home-Produced Vegetables (g/kg-day)—Midwest spacer image
13.3.1 Table 13–13 Consumer-Only Intake of Home-Produced Vegetables (g/kg-day)—South spacer image
13.3.1 Table 13–14 Consumer-Only Intake of Home-Produced Vegetables (g/kg-day)—West spacer image
13.3.1 Table 13–15 Consumer-Only Intake of Home-Produced Meats (g/kg-day)—All Regions Combined Chapter 13 Tables-13-15.xls
13.3.1 Table 13–16 Consumer-Only Intake of Home-Produced Meats (g/kg-day)—Northeast spacer image
13.3.1 Table 13–17 Consumer-Only Intake of Home-Produced Meats (g/kg-day)—Midwest spacer image
13.3.1 Table 13–18 Consumer-Only Intake of Home-Produced Meats (g/kg-day)—South spacer image
13.3.1 Table 13–19 Consumer-Only Intake of Home-Produced Meats (g/kg-day)—West spacer image
13.3.1 Table 13–20 Consumer-Only Intake of Home-Caught Fish (g/kg-day)—All Regions Combined Chapter 13 Tables-13-20.xls
13.3.1 Table 13–21 Consumer-Only Intake of Home-Caught Fish (g/kg-day)—Northeast spacer image
13.3.1 Table 13–22 Consumer-Only Intake of Home-Caught Fish (g/kg-day)—Midwest spacer image
13.3.1 Table 13–23 Consumer-Only Intake of Home-Caught Fish (g/kg-day)—South spacer image
13.3.1 Table 13–24 Consumer-Only Intake of Home-Caught Fish (g/kg-day)?West spacer image
13.3.1 Table 13–25 Consumer-Only Intake of Home-Produced Dairy (g/kg-day)—All Regions Chapter 13 Tables-13-25.xls
13.3.1 Table 13–26 Consumer-Only Intake of Home-Produced Dairy (g/kg-day)—Northeast spacer image
13.3.1 Table 13–27 Consumer-Only Intake of Home-Produced Dairy (g/kg-day)—Midwest spacer image
13.3.1 Table 13–28 Consumer-Only Intake of Home-Produced Dairy (g/kg-day)—South spacer image
13.3.1 Table 13–29 Consumer-Only Intake of Home-Produced Dairy (g/kg-day)—West spacer image
13.3.1 Table 13–3 Subcategory Codes, Definitions, and Descriptions spacer image
13.3.1 Table 13–30 Seasonally Adjusted Consumer-Only Home-Produced Intake (g/kg-day) Chapter 13 Tables-13-30.xls
13.3.1 Table 13–31 Consumer-Only Intake of Home-Produced Apples (g/kg-day) Chapter 13 Tables-13-31.xls
13.3.1 Table 13–32 Consumer-Only Intake of Home-Produced Asparagus (g/kg-day) Chapter 13 Tables-13-32.xls
13.3.1 Table 13–33 Consumer-Only Intake of Home-Produced Beef (g/kg-day) Chapter 13 Tables-13-33.xls
13.3.1 Table 13–34 Consumer-Only Intake of Home-Produced Beets (g/kg-day) Chapter 13 Tables-13-34.xls
13.3.1 Table 13–35 Consumer-Only Intake of Home-Produced Broccoli (g/kg-day) Chapter 13 Tables-13-35.xls
13.3.1 Table 13–36 Consumer-Only Intake of Home-Produced Cabbage (g/kg-day) Chapter 13 Tables-13-36.xls
13.3.1 Table 13–37 Consumer-Only Intake of Home-Produced Carrots (g/kg-day) Chapter 13 Tables-13-37.xls
13.3.1 Table 13–38 Consumer-Only Intake of Home-Produced Corn (g/kg-day) Chapter 13 Tables-13-38.xls
13.3.1 Table 13–39 Consumer-Only Intake of Home-Produced Cucumbers (g/kg-day) Chapter 13 Tables-13-39.xls
13.3.1 Table 13–4 Weighted and Unweighted Number of Observations (Individuals) for NFCS Data Used in Analysis of Food Intake spacer image
13.3.1 Table 13–40 Consumer-Only Intake of Home-Produced Eggs (g/kg-day) Chapter 13 Tables-13-40.xls
13.3.1 Table 13–41 Consumer-Only Intake of Home-Produced Game (g/kg-day) Chapter 13 Tables-13-41.xls
13.3.1 Table 13–42 Consumer-Only Intake of Home-Produced Lettuce (g/kg-day) Chapter 13 Tables-13-42.xls
13.3.1 Table 13–43 Consumer-Only Intake of Home-Produced Lima Beans (g/kg-day) Chapter 13 Tables-13-43.xls
13.3.1 Table 13–44 Consumer-Only Intake of Home-Produced Okra (g/kg-day) Chapter 13 Tables-13-44.xls
13.3.1 Table 13–45 Consumer-Only Intake of Home-Produced Onions (g/kg-day) Chapter 13 Tables-13-45.xls
13.3.1 Table 13–46 Consumer-Only Intake of Home-Produced Other Berries (g/kg-day) Chapter 13 Tables-13-46.xls
13.3.1 Table 13–47 Consumer-Only Intake of Home-Produced Peaches (g/kg-day) Chapter 13 Tables-13-47.xls
13.3.1 Table 13–48 Consumer-Only Intake of Home-Produced Pears (g/kg-day) Chapter 13 Tables-13-48.xls
13.3.1 Table 13–49 Consumer-Only Intake of Home-Produced Peas (g/kg-day) Chapter 13 Tables-13-49.xls
13.3.1 Table 13–5 Consumer-Only Intake of Home-Produced Fruits (g/kg-day)—All Regions Combined Chapter 13 Tables-13-5.xls
13.3.1 Table 13–50 Consumer-Only Intake of Home-Produced Peppers (g/kg-day) Chapter 13 Tables-13-50.xls
13.3.1 Table 13–51 Consumer-Only Intake of Home-Produced Pork (g/kg-day) Chapter 13 Tables-13-51.xls
13.3.1 Table 13–52 Consumer-Only Intake of Home-Produced Poultry (g/kg-day) Chapter 13 Tables-13-52.xls
13.3.1 Table 13–53 Consumer-Only Intake of Home-Produced Pumpkins (g/kg-day) Chapter 13 Tables-13-53.xls
13.3.1 Table 13–54 Consumer-Only Intake of Home-Produced Snap Beans (g/kg-day) Chapter 13 Tables-13-54.xls
13.3.1 Table 13–55 Consumer-Only Intake of Home-Produced Strawberries (g/kg-day) Chapter 13 Tables-13-55.xls
13.3.1 Table 13–56 Consumer-Only Intake of Home-Produced Tomatoes (g/kg-day) Chapter 13 Tables-13-56.xls
13.3.1 Table 13–57 Consumer-Only Intake of Home-Produced White Potatoes (g/kg-day) Chapter 13 Tables-13-57.xls
13.3.1 Table 13–58 Consumer-Only Intake of Home-Produced Exposed Fruit (g/kg-day) Chapter 13 Tables-13-58.xls
13.3.1 Table 13–59 Consumer-Only Intake of Home-Produced Protected Fruits (g/kg-day) Chapter 13 Tables-13-59.xls
13.3.1 Table 13–6 Consumer-Only Intake of Home-Produced Fruits (g/kg-day)—Northeast spacer image
13.3.1 Table 13–60 Consumer-Only Intake of Home-Produced Exposed Vegetables (g/kg-day) Chapter 13 Tables-13-60.xls
13.3.1 Table 13–61 Consumer-Only Intake of Home-Produced Protected Vegetables (g/kg-day) Chapter 13 Tables-13-61.xls
13.3.1 Table 13–62 Consumer-Only Intake of Home-Produced Root Vegetables (g/kg-day) Chapter 13 Tables-13-62.xls
13.3.1 Table 13–63 Consumer-Only Intake of Home-Produced Dark Green Vegetables (g/kg-day) Chapter 13 Tables-13-63.xls
13.3.1 Table 13–64 Consumer-Only Intake of Home-Produced Deep Yellow Vegetables (g/kg-day) Chapter 13 Tables-13-64.xls
13.3.1 Table 13–65 Consumer-Only Intake of Home-Produced Other Vegetables (g/kg-day) Chapter 13 Tables-13-65.xls
13.3.1 Table 13–66 Consumer-Only Intake of Home-Produced Citrus (g/kg-day) Chapter 13 Tables-13-66.xls
13.3.1 Table 13–67 Consumer-Only Intake of Home-Produced Other Fruit (g/kg-day) Chapter 13 Tables-13-67.xls
13.3.1 Table 13–68 Fraction of Food Intake That Is Home-Produced spacer image
13.3.1 Table 13–69 Percent Weight Losses From Food Preparation spacer image
13.3.1 Table 13–7 Consumer-Only Intake of Home-Produced Fruits (g/kg-day)—Midwest spacer image
13.3.1 Table 13–8 Consumer-Only Intake of Home-Produced Fruits (g/kg-day)—South spacer image
13.3.1 Table 13–9 Consumer-Only Intake of Home-Produced Fruits (g/kg-day)—West spacer image
13.3.2 Table 13–70 Estimated Age-Specific Per Capita Home-Produced Intake (adjusted; g/kg-day) spacer image
13.4.1 Table 13–71 2008 Food Gardening by Demographic Factors spacer image
13.4.1 Table 13–72 Percentage of Gardening Households Growing Different Vegetables in 2008 spacer image
Appendix 13A Table 13A–1 Food Codes and Definitions of Major Food Groups Used in Analysis of the 1987–1988 USDA NFCS Data to Estimate Intake of Home-Produced Foods spacer image
Appendix 13B Table 13B–1 Food Codes and Definitions for Individual Food Items Used in Analysis of the 1987–1988 USDA NFCS Household Data to Estimate Fraction of Food Intake That Is Home-Produced spacer image
14.2 Table 14–1 Recommended Values for Per Capita Total Food Intake, Edible Portion, Uncooked Weight spacer image
14.2 Table 14–2 Confidence in Recommendations for Total Food Intake spacer image
14.2; 14.4 Table 14–10 Per Capita Intake of Total Foods and Major Food Groups, and Percent of Total Food Intake for Individuals With Low-End, Mid Range, and High-End Total Fruit and Vegetable Intake spacer image
14.2; 14.4 Table 14–11 Per Capita Intake of Total Foods and Major Food Groups, and Percent of Total Food Intake for Individuals With Low-End, Mid Range, and High-End Total Dairy Intake spacer image
14.2; 14.4 Table 14–3 Per Capita Total Food Intake, Edible Portion, Uncooked Chapter 14 Tables-14-3.xls
14.2; 14.4 Table 14–4 Per Capita Intake of Total Food and Intake of Major Food Groups (g/day, edible portion, uncooked) Chapter 14 Tables-14-4.xls
14.2; 14.4 Table 14–5 Per Capita Intake of Total Food and Intake of Major Food Groups (g/kg-day, edible portion, uncooked) Chapter 14 Tables-14-5.xls
14.2; 14.4 Table 14–6 Per Capita Intake of Total Foods and Major Food Groups, and Percent of Total Food Intake for Individuals with Low-End, Mid Range, and High-End Total Food Intake spacer image
14.2; 14.4 Table 14–7 Per Capita Intake of Total Foodsa and Major Food Groups, and Percent of Total Food Intake for Individuals With Low-End, Mid Range, and High-End Total Meat Intake spacer image
14.2; 14.4 Table 14–8 Per Capita Intake of Total Foods and Major Food Groups, and Percent of Total Food Intake for Individuals With Low-End, Mid Range, and High-End Total Meat and Dairy Intake spacer image
14.2; 14.4 Table 14–9 Per Capita Intake of Total Foods and Major Food Groups, and Percent of Total Food Intake for Individuals With Low-End, Mid Range, and High-End Total Fish Intake spacer image
14.4.1 Table 14–12 Intake of Total Food (g/kg-day), Edible Portion, Uncooked Weight Chapter 14 Tables-14-12.xls
15.1; 15.2.1; 15.3.7 Table 15–1 Recommended Values for Human Milk and Lipid Intake Rates for Exclusively Breast-Fed Infants spacer image
15.2.1 Table 15–2 Confidence in Recommendations for Human Milk Intake spacer image
15.2.1; 15.2.2 Table 15–3 Human Milk Intake Rates Derived From Key Studies for Exclusively Breast-Fed Infants (mL/day) spacer image
15.2.1; 15.2.2 Table 15–4 Human Milk Intake Rates Derived From Key Studies for Exclusively Breast-Fed Infants (mL/kg day) spacer image
15.2.2 Table 15–5 Lipid Intake Rates Derived From Key Studies for Exclusively Breast-Fed Infants (mL/day) spacer image
15.2.2 Table 15–6 Lipid Intake Rates Derived From Key Studies for Exclusively Breast-Fed Infants (mL/kg-day) spacer image
15.3.1 Table 15–7 Daily Intakes of Human Milk spacer image
15.3.2 Table 15–8 Human Milk Intakes for Infants Aged 1–6 Months spacer image
15.3.3 Table 15–9 Human Milk Intake Among Exclusively Breast-Fed Infants During the First 4 Months of Life spacer image
15.3.4 Table 15–10 Human Milk Intake During a 24-Hour Period spacer image
15.3.5 Table 15–11 Human Milk Intake Estimated by the Darling Study spacer image
15.3.6 Table 15–12 Mean Breast-Fed Infants Characteristics spacer image
15.3.6 Table 15–13 Mean Human Milk Intake of Breast-Fed Infants (mL/day) spacer image
15.3.6 Table 15–14 Feeding Practices by Percent of Infants spacer image
15.3.6 Table 15–15 Body Weight of Breast-Fed Infants spacer image
15.3.7 Table 15–16 AAP Data Set Milk Intake Rates at Different Ages spacer image
15.3.7 Table 15–17 Average Daily Human Milk Intake (mL/kg-day) Chapter 15 Tables-15-17.xls
15.4.1 Table 15–18 Lipid Content of Human Milk and Estimated Lipid Intake Among Exclusively Breast-Fed Infants spacer image
15.4.2 Table 15–19 Human Milk Production and Composition During the First 12 Months of Lactation spacer image
15.4.3 Table 15–20 Changes in Volume of Human Milk Produced and Milk Fat Content During the First Year of Lactation spacer image
15.4.3 Table 15–21 Changes in Fatty Acid Composition of Human Milk During the First Year of Lactation (g/100 g total fatty acids) spacer image
15.4.4 Table 15–22 Comparison Daily Lipid Intake Based on Lipid Content Assumptions (mL/kg-day) Chapter 15 Tables-15-22.xls
15.4.4 Table 15–23 Distribution of Average Daily Lipid Intake (mL/kg-day) Assuming 4% Milk Lipid Content Chapter 15 Tables-15-23.xls
15.5.1 Table 15–24 Predicted Lipid Intakes for Breast-Fed Infants Under 12 Months of Age spacer image
15.6.1 Table 15–25 Socioeconomic Characteristics of Exclusively Breast-Fed Infants Born in 2004 spacer image
15.6.1 Table 15–26 Geographic-Specific Breast-Feeding Percent Rates Among Children Born in 2006 spacer image
15.6.1 Table 15–27 Percentage of Mothers in Developing Countries by Feeding Practices for Infants 0–6 Months Old spacer image
15.6.1 Table 15–28 Percentage of Mothers in Developing Countries by Feeding Practices for Infants 6–12 Months Old spacer image
15.6.1 Table 15–29 Population Weighted Averages of Mothers Who Reported Selected Feeding Practices During the Previous 24 Hours spacer image
15.6.1 Table 15–30 Racial and Ethnic Differences in Proportion of Children Ever Breast-Fed, NHANES III (1988–1994) spacer image
15.6.1 Table 15–31 Racial and Ethnic Differences in Proportion of Children Who Received Any Human Milk at 6 Months (NHANES III, 1988–1994) spacer image
15.6.1 Table 15–32 Racial and Ethnic Differences in Proportion of Children Exclusively Breast-Fed at 4 Months (NHANES III, 1991–1994) spacer image
15.6.1 Table 15–33 Percentage of Mothers Breast-Feeding Newborn Infants in the Hospital and Infants at 5 or 6 Months of Age in the United States in 1989 and 1995, by Ethnic Background and Selected Demographic Variables spacer image
15.6.1 Table 15–34 Percentage of Mothers Breast-Feeding Newborn Infants in the Hospital and Infants at 6 and 12 Months of Age in the United States in 2003, by Ethnic Background and Selected Demographic Variables spacer image
15.6.3 Table 15–35 Number of Meals per Day spacer image
15.6.3 Table 15–36 Comparison of Breast-Feeding Patterns Between Age and Groups (Mean ± SD) spacer image
16.2.1 Table 16–1 Recommended Values for Activity Patterns spacer image
16.2.1 Table 16–2 Confidence in Recommendations for Activity Patterns spacer image
16.2.2 Table 16–3 Recommended Values for Occupational Mobility spacer image
16.2.2 Table 16–4 Confidence in Recommendations for Occupational Mobility spacer image
16.2.3 Table 16–5 Recommended Values for Population Mobility spacer image
16.2.3 Table 16–6 Confidence in Recommendations for Population Mobility spacer image
16.3.1.1 Table 16–10 Time (minutes/day) Children Under 12 Years of Age Spent in 6 Major Location Categories, for All Respondents and Doers spacer image
16.3.1.1 Table 16–11 Mean Time (minutes/day) Children Under 12 Years of Age Spent in 6 Location Categories, Grouped by Age and Sex spacer image
16.3.1.1 Table 16–12 Mean Time (minutes/day) Children Under 12 Years of Age Spent in 6 Location Categories, Grouped by Season and Region spacer image
16.3.1.1 Table 16–13 Mean Time (minutes/day) Children Under 12 Years of Age Spent in Proximity to 2 Potential Sources of Exposure, Grouped by All Respondents, Age, and Sex spacer image
16.3.1.1 Table 16–14 Mean Time (minutes/day) Children Under 12 Years of Age Spent Indoors and Outdoors, Grouped by Age and Sex spacer image
16.3.1.1 Table 16–7 Mean Time (minutes/day) Children Under 12 Years of Age Spent in Ten Major Activity Categories, for All Respondents and Doers spacer image
16.3.1.1 Table 16–8 Mean Time (minutes/day) Children Under 12 Years of Age Spent in Ten Major Activity Categories, by Age and Sex spacer image
16.3.1.1 Table 16–9 Mean Time (minutes/day) Children Under 12 Years of Age Spent in Ten Major Activity Categories, Grouped by Seasons and Regions spacer image
16.3.1.2 Table 16–15 Time Spent (minutes/day) in Various Rooms at Home and in All Rooms Combined Whole Population and Doers Only, Children <21 years Chapter 16 Tables-16-15.xls
16.3.1.2 Table 16–16 Time Spent (minutes/day) in Various Rooms at Home and in All Rooms Combined, Doers Only Chapter 16 Tables-16-16.xls
16.3.1.2 Table 16–17 Time Spent (minutes/day) at Selected Indoor Locations Whole Population and Doers Only, Children <21 years Chapter 16 Tables-16-17.xls
16.3.1.2 Table 16–18 Time Spent (minutes/day) at Selected Indoor Locations, Doers Only Chapter 16 Tables-16-18.xls
16.3.1.2 Table 16–19 Time Spent (minutes/day) in Selected Outdoor Locations Whole Population and Doers Only, Children <21 Years Chapter 16 Tables-16-19.xls
16.3.1.2 Table 16–20 Time Spent (minutes/day) in Selected Outdoor Locations, Doers Only Chapter 16 Tables-16-20.xls
16.3.1.2 Table 16–21 Mean Time Spent (minutes/day) Inside and Outside, by Age Category, Children <21 years spacer image
16.3.1.2 Table 16–22 Mean Time Spent (minutes/day) Outside and Inside, Adults 18 Years and Older, Doers Only spacer image
16.3.1.2 Table 16–23 Time Spent (minutes/day) in Selected Vehicles and All Vehicles Combined Whole Population and Doers Only, Children <21 Years Chapter 16 Tables-16-23.xls
16.3.1.2 Table 16–24 Time Spent (minutes/day) in Selected Vehicles, Other Mass Transit, and All Vehicles Combined, Doers Only Chapter 16 Tables-16-24.xls
16.3.1.2 Table 16–25 Time Spent (minutes/day) in Selected Activities Whole Population and Doers Only, Children <21 Years Chapter 16 Tables-16-25.xls
16.3.1.2 Table 16–26 Time Spent (minutes/day) in Selected Activities, Doers Only Chapter 16 Tables-16-26.xls
16.3.1.2 Table 16–27 Number of Hours Spent Working (hours/week) Chapter 16 Tables-16-27.xls
16.3.1.2 Table 16–28 Number of Showers Taken per Day, by Children <21 Years spacer image
16.3.1.2 Table 16–29 Time Spent (minutes) Bathing, Showering, and in Bathroom Immediately After Bathing and Showering, Children <21 Years Chapter 16 Tables-16-29.xls
16.3.1.2 Table 16–30 Mean Time Spent (minutes/day) and Bathing/Showering, Adults 18 Years and Older, Doers Only spacer image
16.3.1.2 Table 16–31 Number of Times Respondent Took Shower, Doers Only spacer image
16.3.1.2 Table 16–32 Time Spent (minutes) Showering and in Shower Room Immediately After Showering (minutes/shower) Chapter 16 Tables-16-32.xls
16.3.1.2 Table 16–33 Number of Baths Given or Taken in One Day by Number of Respondents spacer image
16.3.1.2 Table 16–34 Time Spent (minutes) Giving and Taking the Bath(s) and in Bathroom Immediately After Bathing (minutes/bath) Chapter 16 Tables-16-34.xls
16.3.1.2 Table 16–35 Time Spent Altogether in the Shower or Bathtub and in the Bathroom Immediately Following a Shower or Bath (minutes/bath) Chapter 16 Tables-16-35.xls
16.3.1.2 Table 16–36 Time Spent (minutes/day) Bathing and Showering, Doers Only Chapter 16 Tables-16-36.xls
16.3.1.2 Table 16–37 Number of Times Washing the Hands at Specified Daily Frequencies, Children <21 Years spacer image
16.3.1.2 Table 16–38 Number of Times Washing the Hands at Specified Daily Frequencies, Doers Only spacer image
16.3.1.2 Table 16–39 Number of Times Swimming in a Month in Freshwater Swimming Pool, Children <21 Years spacer image
16.3.1.2 Table 16–40 Time Spent (minutes/month) Swimming in Freshwater Swimming Pool, Children <21 Years Chapter 16 Tables-16-40.xls
16.3.1.2 Table 16–41 Number of Times Swimming in a Month in Freshwater Swimming Pool, Doers Only spacer image
16.3.1.2 Table 16–42 Time Spent (minutes/month) in Freshwater Swimming Pool, Doers Only Chapter 16 Tables-16-42.xls
16.3.1.2 Table 16–43 Time Spent (minutes/day) Playing on Dirt, Sand/Gravel, or Grass Whole Population and Doers Only, Children <21 Years Chapter 16 Tables-16-43.xls
16.3.1.2 Table 16–44 Number of Minutes Spent Playing or Working on Selected Outdoor Surfaces, Doers Only Chapter 16 Tables-16-44.xls
16.3.1.2 Table 16–45 Time Spent (minutes/day) Working or Being Near Excessive Dust in the Air, Children <21 Years Chapter 16 Tables-16-45.xls
16.3.1.2 Table 16–46 Time Spent (minutes/day) Working or Being Near Excessive Dust in the Air, Doers Only Chapter 16 Tables-16-46.xls
16.3.1.2 Table 16–47 Number of Times Floors Were Swept or Vacuumed at Specified Frequencies by the Number of Respondents spacer image
16.3.1.2 Table 16–48 Number of Days Since the Floor Area in the Home Was Swept or Vacuumed by the Number of Respondents spacer image
16.3.1.2 Table 16–49 Time Spent (minutes/day) With Smokers Present, Children <21 Years Chapter 16 Tables-16-49.xls
16.3.1.2 Table 16–50 Time Spent (minutes/day) With Smokers Present, Doers Only Chapter 16 Tables-16-50.xls
16.3.1.2 Table 16–51 Number of Minutes Spent Smoking and Smoking Cigars or Pipe Tobacco (minutes/day) Chapter 16 Tables-16-51.xls
16.3.1.2 Table 16–52 Number of Minutes Spent (at home) Working or Being Near Food While Fried, Grilled, or Barbequed (minutes/day) Chapter 16 Tables-16-52.xls
16.3.1.2 Table 16–53 Number of Minutes Spent (at home) Working or Being Near Open Flames Including Barbeque Flames (minutes/day) Chapter 16 Tables-16-53.xls
16.3.1.2 Table 16–54 Number of Minutes Spent Running, Walking, or Standing Alongside a Road With Heavy Traffic (minutes/day) Chapter 16 Tables-16-54.xls
16.3.1.2 Table 16–55 Number of Minutes Spent in a Car, Van, Truck, or Bus in Heavy Traffic (minutes/day) Chapter 16 Tables-16-55.xls
16.3.1.2 Table 16–56 Number of Minutes Spent in a Parking Garage or Indoor Parking Lot (minutes/day) Chapter 16 Tables-16-56.xls
16.3.1.2 Table 16–57 Number of Minutes Spent Walking Outside to a Car in the Driveway or Outside Parking Areas (minutes/day) Chapter 16 Tables-16-57.xls
16.3.1.2 Table 16–59 Number of Times Washing Dishes by Hand at Specified Frequencies by the Number of Respondents spacer image
16.3.1.2 Table 16–60 Number of Times Using a Dishwasher at Specified Frequencies by the Number of Respondents spacer image
16.3.1.2 Table 16–61 Number of Times for Washing Clothes in a Washing Machine at Specified Frequencies by the Number of Respondents spacer image
16.3.1.2 Table 16–62 Number of Loads of Laundry Washed in a Washing Machine at Home by the Number of Respondents spacer image
16.3.1.2 Table 16–63 Range of the Number of Times an Automobile or Motor Vehicle Was Started in a Garage or Carport at Specified Daily Frequencies by the Number of Respondents spacer image
16.3.1.2 Table 16–64 Time Spent at Home While the Windows or Outside Door Were Left Open (minutes/day) Chapter 16 Tables-16-64.xls
16.3.1.2; 16.3.2.4 Table 16–58 Number of Minutes Spent Running or Walking Outside Other Than to the Car (minutes/day) Chapter 16 Tables-16-58.xls
16.3.2.1 Table 16–65 Mean Time Spent (hours/week) in Ten Major Activity Categories Grouped by Regions spacer image
16.3.2.1 Table 16–66 Total Mean Time Spent (minutes/day) in Ten Major Activity Categories Grouped by Type of Day spacer image
16.3.2.1 Table 16–67 Mean Time Spent (minutes/day) in Ten Major Activity Categories During 4 Waves of Interviews spacer image
16.3.2.1 Table 16–68 Mean Time Spent (hours/week) in Ten Major Activity Categories Grouped by Sex spacer image
16.3.2.10 Table 16–100 Annual Average Time Use by the U.S. Civilian Population, Ages 15 Years and Older spacer image
16.3.2.10 Table 16–101 Mean Time Use (hours/day) by Children, Ages 15 to 19 Years spacer image
16.3.2.10 Table 16–99 Annual Average Time Spent (hours/day) on Various Activities According to Age, Race, Ethnicity, Marital Status, and Educational Level (ages 15 years and over) spacer image
16.3.2.11 Table 16–102 Mean Time Spent (minutes/day) in Moderate to Vigorous Physical Activity spacer image
16.3.2.2 Table 16–69 Mean Time Spent (minutes/day) Performing Major Activities, by Age, Sex, and Type of Day spacer image
16.3.2.2 Table 16–70 Mean Time Spent (minutes/day) in Major Activities, by Type of Day for 5 Different Age Groups spacer image
16.3.2.2 Table 16–71 Mean Time Spent (hours/day) Indoors and Outdoors, by Age and Day of the Week spacer image
16.3.2.3 Table 16–72 Mean Time Spent (minutes/day) in Various Microenvironments by Age Group (years) for the National and California Surveys spacer image
16.3.2.3 Table 16–73 Mean Time Spent in Ten Major Activity Categories Grouped by Total Sample and Sex for the CARB and National Studies (age 18–64 years) spacer image
16.3.2.3 Table 16–74 Total Mean Time Spent at 3 Major Locations Grouped by Total Sample and Sex for the CARB and National Study (age 18–64 years) spacer image
16.3.2.3 Table 16–75 Mean Time Spent at 3 Locations for Both CARB and National Studies spacer image
16.3.2.4 Table 16–76 Sample Sizes for Sex and Age Groups spacer image
16.3.2.4 Table 16–77 Assignment of At Home Activities to Inhalation Rate Levels for All Individuals spacer image
16.3.2.4 Table 16–78 Aggregate Time Spent (minutes/day) at Home in Activity Groups spacer image
16.3.2.4 Table 16–79 Comparison of Mean Time Spent (minutes/day) at Home, by Sex spacer image
16.3.2.4 Table 16–80 Comparison of Mean Time Spent (minutes/day) at Home, by Sex and Age for Children spacer image
16.3.2.5 Table 16–81 Number of Person-Days/Individuals for Children Less Than 12 Years in CHAD Database spacer image
16.3.2.5 Table 16–82 Time Spent (hours/day) in Various Microenvironments, by Age spacer image
16.3.2.5 Table 16–83 Mean Time Children Spent (hours/day) Doing Various Macroactivities While Indoors at Home spacer image
16.3.2.5 Table 16–84 Time Children Spent (hours/day) in Various Microenvironments, by Age Recast Into New Standard Age Categories spacer image
16.3.2.5 Table 16–85 Time Children Spent (hours/day) in Various Macroactivities While Indoors at Home Recast Into New Standard Age Categories spacer image
16.3.2.6 Table 16–86 Number and Percentage of Respondents With Children and Those Reporting Outdoor Play Activities in Both Warm and Cold Weather spacer image
16.3.2.6 Table 16–87 Play Frequency and Duration for All Child Players (from SCS-II data) spacer image
16.3.2.6 Table 16–88 Hand Washing and Bathing Frequency for All Child Players (from SCS-II data) spacer image
16.3.2.6 Table 16–89 NHAPS and SCS-II Play Duration Comparison (children only) spacer image
16.3.2.6 Table 16–90 NHAPS and SCS-II Hand Wash Frequency Comparison (children only spacer image
16.3.2.7 Table 16–91 Time Spent (minutes/day) Outdoors Based on CHAD Data (doers only) spacer image
16.3.2.7 Table 16–92 Comparison of Daily Time Spent Outdoors (minutes/day), Considering Sex and Age Cohort (doers only) spacer image
16.3.2.7 Table 16–93 Time Spent (minutes/day) Indoors Based on CHAD Data (doers only) spacer image
16.3.2.7 Table 16–94 Time Spent (minutes/day) in Motor Vehicles Based on CHAD Data (doers only spacer image
16.3.2.8 Table 16–95 Mean Time Spent (minutes/day) in Various Activity Categories, by Age—Weekday (children only) spacer image
16.3.2.8 Table 16–96 Mean Time Spent (minutes/day) in Various Activity Categories, by Age—Weekend Day (children only) spacer image
16.3.2.8 Table 16–97 Mean Time Spent (minutes/week) in Various Activity Categories for Children, Ages 6 to 17 Years spacer image
16.3.2.9 Table 16–98 Time Spent (minutes/2-day period) in Various Activities by Children Participating in the Panel Study of Income Dynamics (PSID), 1997 Child Development Supplement (CDS) spacer image
16.4.1.1 Table 16–103 Occupational Tenure of Employed Individuals by Age and Sex spacer image
16.4.1.1 Table 16–104 Occupational Tenure for Employed Individuals Grouped by Sex and Race spacer image
16.4.1.1 Table 16–105 Occupational Tenure for Employed Individuals Grouped by Sex and Employment Status spacer image
16.4.1.1 Table 16–106 Occupational Tenure of Employed Individuals Grouped by Major Occupational Groups and Age spacer image
16.4.1.2 Table 16–107 Voluntary Occupational Mobility Rates for Workers Age 16 Years and Older spacer image
16.5.1.1 Table 16–108 Descriptive Statistics for Residential Occupancy Period (years) Chapter 16 Tables-16-108.xls
16.5.1.1 Table 16–109 Descriptive Statistics for Both Sexes by Current Age Chapter 16 Tables-16-109.xls
16.5.1.2 Table 16–110 Residence Time of Owner/Renter Occupied Units spacer image
16.5.1.2 Table 16–111 Percent of Householders Living in Houses for Specified Ranges of Time, and Statistics for Years Lived in Current Home Chapter 16 Tables-16-111.xls
16.5.2.1 Table 16–112 Values and Their Standard Errors for Average Total Residence Time, T, for Each Group in Survey spacer image
16.5.2.1 Table 16–113 Total Residence Time, T (years), Corresponding to Selected Values of R(t) by Housing Category spacer image
16.5.2.2 Table 16–114 Summary of Residence Time of Recent Home Buyers (1993) spacer image
16.5.2.2 Table 16–115 Tenure in Previous Home (percentage distribution) spacer image
16.5.2.2 Table 16–116 Number of Miles Moved (percentage distribution spacer image
16.5.2.3 Table 16–117 General Mobility, by Race and Hispanic Origin, Region, Sex, Age, Educational Attainment, Marital Status, Nativity, Tenure, and Poverty Level: 2006?2007 (numbers in thousands) spacer image
16.5.2.3 Table 16–118 Distance of Intercounty Move, by Sex, Age, Race and Hispanic Origin, Educational Attainment, Marital Status, Nativity, Tenure, Poverty Status, Reason for Move, and State of Residence 1 Year Ago: 2006 to 2007 spacer image
17.1.2 Table 17–1 Consumer Products Commonly Found in Some U.S. Households spacer image
17.1.2 Table 17–2 List of Product Categories in the Simmons Study of Media and Markets spacer image
17.3.1 Table 17–3 Amount and Frequency of Use of Various Cosmetic and Baby Products spacer image
17.3.10 Table 17–40 Frequency of Use of Personal Care Products spacer image
17.3.10 Table 17–41 Average Amount of Product Applied per Applicationa (grams) Chapter 17 Tables-17-41.xls
17.3.10 Table 17–42 Average Amount of Product Applied per Use Day (grams) Chapter 17 Tables-17-42.xls
17.3.11 Table 17–43 Body Lotion Exposure for Consumers Only (males and females) Chapter 17 Tables-17-43.xls
17.3.11 Table 17–44 Deodorant/Antiperspirant Spray Exposure for Consumers Only (males and females)?Under Arms Only Chapter 17 Tables-17-44.xls
17.3.11 Table 17–45 Deodorant/Antiperspirant Spray Exposure for Consumers Only (male sand females) Using Product Over Torso and Under Arms Chapter 17 Tables-17-45.xls
17.3.11 Table 17–46 Deodorant/Antiperspirant Non-Spray for Consumers Only (males and females) Chapter 17 Tables-17-46.xls
17.3.11 Table 17–47 Lipstick Exposure for Consumers Only (females) Chapter 17 Tables-17-47.xls
17.3.11 Table 17–48 Facial Moisturizer Exposure for Consumers Only (males and females) Chapter 17 Tables-17-48.xls
17.3.11 Table 17–49 Shampoo Exposure for Consumers Only (males and females) Chapter 17 Tables-17-49.xls
17.3.11 Table 17–50 Toothpaste Exposure for Consumers Only (males and females) Chapter 17 Tables-17-50.xls
17.3.12 Table 17–51 Average Number of Applications per Use Day Chapter 17 Tables-17-51.xls
17.3.12 Table 17–52 Average Amount of Product Applied per Use Day (grams) Chapter 17 Tables-17-52.xls
17.3.12 Table 17–53 Average Amount of Product Applied per Application (grams) Chapter 17 Tables-17-53.xls
17.3.13 Table 17–54 Characteristics of the Study Population and the Percentage Using Selected Baby Care Products spacer image
17.3.2 Table 17–4 Frequency of Use for Household Solvent Products (users only) Chapter 17 Tables-17-4.xls
17.3.2 Table 17–5 Exposure Time of Use for Household Solvent Products (users only) Chapter 17 Tables-17-5.xls
17.3.2 Table 17–6 Amount of Products Used for Household Solvent Products (users only) Chapter 17 Tables-17-6.xls
17.3.2 Table 17–7 Time Exposed After Duration of Use for Household Solvent Products (users only) Chapter 17 Tables-17-7.xls
17.3.3 Table 17–10 Mean Percentile Rankings for Frequency of Performing Household Tasks Chapter 17 Tables-17-10.xls
17.3.3 Table 17–11 Mean and Percentile Rankings for Exposure Time per Event of Performing Household Tasks Chapter 17 Tables-17-11.xls
17.3.3 Table 17–12 Total Exposure Time for Ten Product Groups Most Frequently Used for Household Cleaning Chapter 17 Tables-17-12.xls
17.3.3 Table 17–8 Total Exposure Time of Performing Task and Product Type Used by Task for Household Cleaning Products spacer image
17.3.3 Table 17–9 Percentile Rankings for Total Exposure Time in Performing Household Tasks Chapter 17 Tables-17-9.xls
17.3.4 Table 17–13 Total Exposure Time of Painting Activity of Interior Painters (hours) Chapter 17 Tables-17-13.xls
17.3.4 Table 17–14 Exposure Time of Interior Painting Activity/Occasion (hours) and Frequency of Occasions Spent Painting per Year Chapter 17 Tables-17-14.xls
17.3.4 Table 17–15 Amount of Paint Used by Interior Painters Chapter 17 Tables-17-15.xls
17.3.5 Table 17–16 Frequency of Use and Amount of Product Used for Adhesive Removers Chapter 17 Tables-17-16.xls
17.3.5 Table 17–17 Adhesive Remover Usage by Sex spacer image
17.3.5 Table 17–18 Frequency of Use and Amount of Product Used for Spray Paint Chapter 17 Tables-17-18.xls
17.3.5 Table 17–19 Spray Paint Usage by Sex spacer image
17.3.5 Table 17–20 Frequency of Use and Amount of Product Used for Paint Removers/Strippers Chapter 17 Tables-17-20.xls
17.3.5 Table 17–21 Paint Stripper Usage by Sex spacer image
17.3.6 Table 17–22 Number of Minutes Spent Using Any Microwave Oven (minutes/day) Chapter 17 Tables-17-22.xls
17.3.6 Table 17–23 Number of Minutes Spent in Activities Working With or Near Freshly Applied Paints (minutes/day) Chapter 17 Tables-17-23.xls
17.3.6 Table 17–24 Number of Minutes Spent in Activities Working With or Near Household Cleaning Agents Such as Scouring Powders or Ammonia (minutes/day) Chapter 17 Tables-17-24.xls
17.3.6 Table 17–25 Number of Minutes Spent in Activities (at home or elsewhere) Working With or Near Floorwax, Furniture Wax, or Shoe Polish (minutes/day) Chapter 17 Tables-17-25.xls
17.3.6 Table 17–26 Number of Minutes Spent in Activities Working With or Near Glue (minutes/day) Chapter 17 Tables-17-26.xls
17.3.6 Table 17–27 Number of Minutes Spent in Activities Working With or Near Solvents, Fumes, or Strong Smelling Chemicals (minutes/day) Chapter 17 Tables-17-27.xls
17.3.6 Table 17–28 Number of Minutes Spent in Activities Working With or Near Stain or Spot Removers (minutes/day) Chapter 17 Tables-17-28.xls
17.3.6 Table 17–29 Number of Minutes Spent in Activities Working With or Near Gasoline or Diesel-Powered Equipment, Besides Automobiles (minutes/day) Chapter 17 Tables-17-29.xls
17.3.6 Table 17–30 Number of Minutes Spent in Activities Working With or Near Pesticides, Including Bug Sprays or Bug Strips (minutes/day) Chapter 17 Tables-17-30.xls
17.3.6 Table 17–31 Number of Respondents Using Cologne, Perfume, Aftershave, or Other Fragrances at Specified Daily Frequencies spacer image
17.3.6 Table 17–32 Number of Respondents Using Any Aerosol Spray Product or Personal Care Item Such as Deodorant or Hair Spray at Specified Daily Frequencies spacer image
17.3.6 Table 17–33 Number of Respondents Using a Humidifier at Home spacer image
17.3.6 Table 17–34 Number of Respondents Indicating Pesticides Were Applied by a Professional at Home to Eradicate Insects, Rodents, or Other Pests at Specified Frequencies spacer image
17.3.6 Table 17–35 Number of Respondents Reporting Pesticides Applied by the Consumer at Home to Eradicate Insects, Rodents, or Other Pests at Specified Frequencies spacer image
17.3.7 Table 17–36 Household Demographics and Pesticide Types, Characteristics, and Frequency of Pesticide Use spacer image
17.3.8 Table 17–37 Amount and Frequency of Use of Household Products spacer image
17.3.9 Table 17–38 Frequency of Use of Cosmetic Products spacer image
17.3.9 Table 17–39 Amount of Test Product Used (grams) for Lipstick, Body Lotion, and Face Cream Chapter 17 Tables-17-39.xls
18.2 Table 18–1 Recommended Values for Expectation of Life at Birth: 2007 spacer image
18.2 Table 18–2 Confidence in Lifetime Expectancy Recommendations spacer image
18.3.1 Table 18–3 Expectation of Life at Birth, 1970 to 2007 (years) spacer image
18.3.1 Table 18–4 Expectation of Life by Race, Sex, and Age: 2007 spacer image
18.4.1 Table 18–5 Projected Life Expectancy at Birth by Sex, Race, and Hispanic Origin for the United States: 2010 to 2050 spacer image
19.2 Table 19–1 Summary of Recommended Values for Residential Building Parameters spacer image
19.2 Table 19–2 Confidence in Residential Volume Recommendations spacer image
19.2 Table 19–3 Summary of Recommended Values for Non-Residential Building Parameters spacer image
19.2 Table 19–4 Confidence in Non-Residential Volume Recommendations spacer image
19.2 Table 19–5 Confidence in Air Exchange Rate Recommendations for Residential and Non-Residential Buildings spacer image
19.3.1.1 Table 19–6 Average Estimated Volumes of U.S. Residences, by Housing Type and Ownership spacer image
19.3.1.1 Table 19–7 Residential Volumes in Relation to Year of Construction spacer image
19.3.1.1 Table 19–8 Summary of Residential Volume Distributions Based on U.S. DOE (2008a)a (m3) Chapter 19 Tables-19-8.xls
19.3.2.1; 19.3.2.2 Table 19–9 Summary of Residential Volume Distributions Based on Versar (1990) (m3) Chapter 19 Tables-19-9.xls
19.3.2.3 Table 19–10 Number of Residential Single Detached and Mobile Homes by Volume (m3) and Median Volumes by Housing Type spacer image
19.3.3.1 Table 19–11 Dimensional Quantities for Residential Rooms spacer image
19.3.3.2 Table 19–12 Examples of Products and Materials Associated With Floor and Wall Surfaces in Residences spacer image
19.3.3.4 Table 19–13 Residential Heating Characteristics by U.S. Census Region spacer image
19.3.3.4 Table 19–14 Residential Heating Characteristics by Urban/Rural Location spacer image
19.3.3.4 Table 19–15 Residential Air Conditioning Characteristics by U.S. Census Region spacer image
19.3.3.5.1 Table 19–16 Percent of Residences With Basement, by Census Region and U.S. EPA Region spacer image
19.3.3.5.2 Table 19–17 Percent of Residences With Basement, by Census Region spacer image
19.3.3.5.2 Table 19–18 States Associated With U.S. EPA Regions and Census Region spacer image
19.3.3.5.2 Table 19–19 Percent of Residences With Certain Foundation Types by Census Region spacer image
19.4.1 Table 19–20 Average Estimated Volumes of U.S. Commercial Buildings, by Primary Activity Chapter 19 Tables-19-20.xls
19.4.1 Table 19–21 Non-Residential Buildings: Hours per Week Open and Number of Employees Chapter 19 Tables-19-21.xls
19.4.1 Table 19–22 Non-Residential Heating Energy Sources for Non-Mall Buildings spacer image
19.4.1 Table 19–23 Non-Residential Air Conditioning Energy Sources for Non-Mall Buildings spacer image
19.5.1.1.1 Table 19–24 Summary Statistics for Residential Air Exchange Rates (in ACH), by Region Chapter 19 Tables-19-24.xls
19.5.1.2.2 Table 19–25 Summary of Major Projects Providing Air Exchange Measurements in the PFT Database Chapter 19 Tables-19-25.xls
19.5.1.2.3 Table 19–26 Distributions of Residential Air Exchange Rates (in ACH) by Climate Region and Season Chapter 19 Tables-19-26.xls
19.5.1.3.1 Table 19–27 Air Exchange Rates in Commercial Buildings by Building Type spacer image
19.5.3 Table 19–28 Statistics of Estimated Normalized Leakage Distribution Weighted for All Dwellings in the United States Chapter 19 Tables-19-28.xls
19.5.5.1.1 Table 19–29 Particle Deposition During Normal Activities spacer image
19.5.5.1.2 Table 19–30 Deposition Rates for Indoor Particles spacer image
19.5.5.1.3 Table 19–31 Measured Deposition Loss Rate Coefficients (hour–1) spacer image
19.5.7.1 Table 19–32 Total Dust Loading for Carpeted Areas spacer image
19.5.7.2 Table 19–33 Particle Deposition and Resuspension During Normal Activities spacer image
19.5.7.2 Table 19–34 Dust Mass Loading After 1 Week Without Vacuum Cleaning spacer image
19.6.1 Table 19–35 Simplified Source Descriptions for Airborne Contaminants spacer image

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