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Lifestyles and Cultural Practices of Tribal Populations And Risks from Toxic Substances in the Environment
Grant Number R831046
RFA: Lifestyle and Cultural Practices of Tribal Populations and Risks from Toxic Substances in the Environment (2002)
Abstract (3)
Journal Article (2)
Presentation (10)
Report (1)
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Abstract

Fields N, Pongsiri M, Wetzel D, Reynolds J, Miller P, Waghiyi V, Kmiecik N, Donatuto J, Harper B, Harris S, Waterhous T, Harding A. Promoting tribal science and wellness: Linking subsistence culture to differential exposures. Abstracts of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Science Forum, Washington, DC, May 16-18, 2006.

R831046 (2006)
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Harper B, Harding A, Waterhous T, Harris S, Ranco D. Estimating environmental exposures for Tribes practicing traditional subsistence lifestyles—Part 1: Cross-cultural methods. Abstracts of the 2006 National Forum on Tribal Environmental Science, Ocean Shores, WA, September 24-29, 2006.

R831046 (2006)
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Harper B, Harding A, Waterhous T, Harris S, Ranco D. Estimating environmental exposures for Tribes practicing traditional subsistence lifestyles—Part 2: Research results for specific exposure pathways. Abstracts of the 2006 National Forum on Tribal Environmental Science, Ocean Shores, WA, September 24-29, 2006.

R831046 (2006)
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Journal Article Harper BL, Harris SG. A possible approach for setting a mercury risk-based action level based on tribal fish ingestion rates. Environmental Research 2008;107(1):60-68. R831046 (Final)
Journal Article Harper B, Harding A, Harris S, Berger P. Subsistence exposure scenarios for tribal applications. Human and Ecological Risk Assessment 2012;18(4):810-831. R831046 (Final)
Presentation

Fields N, Pongsiri M, Wetzel D, Reynolds J, Miller P, Waghiyi V, Kmiecik N, Donatuto J, Harper B, Harris S, Waterhous T, Harding A. Promoting tribal science and wellness: Linking subsistence culture to differential exposures. Presented at the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Science Forum 2006, Washington, DC, May 16-18, 2006.

R831046 (2006)
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Presentation Harper BL, Harding AK, Waterhous TS, Harris SG, Wilcox AR, McCulley EA, Fleming HS. Regional tribal exposure scenarios based on major ecological zones and traditional subsistence lifestyles. Poster presented at the Oregon Public Health Association Annual Meeting and Conference, Corvallis, OR, October 6, 2005. R831046 (2006)
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Presentation Harper BL, Harding AK, Waterhous TS, Harris SG, Wilcox AR, McCulley EA, Fleming HS. Regional tribal exposure scenarios based on major ecological zones and traditional subsistence lifestyles. Poster presented at the Annual Grantee Meeting sponsored by the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, and National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health, Talkeetna, AK, September 19-22, 2005. R831046 (Final)
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Presentation Harper B, Harris S. Tribal perspectives on exposure assessment (presentation) and panel discussion on Updating EPA’s Guidance on Exposure Assessment. Presented at the 15th Annual International Society of Exposure Analysis Conference, Tuscon, AZ, October 30-November 2, 2005. R831046 (2006)
R831046 (Final)
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Presentation Harper B, Harding A, Waterhous T, Harris S, Fleming H. Estimating environmental exposures for Tribes practicing traditional subsistence lifestyles—Part 2: Research results for specific exposure pathways. Poster presented at the 2006 National Forum on Tribal Environmental Science, Ocean Shores, WA, September 24-28, 2006. R831046 (2006)
R831046 (Final)
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Presentation Harper B, Harding A, Waterhous T, Harris S, Fleming H. Estimating environmental exposures for Tribes practicing traditional subsistence lifestyles—Part 1: Cross-cultural methods. Poster presented at the 2006 National Forum on Tribal Environmental Science, Ocean Shores, WA, September 24-28, 2006. R831046 (2006)
R831046 (Final)
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Presentation Harper B, Harris S. Risk assessment at the USDOE Hanford Nuclear Site with an ecologically-based tribal human health subsistence exposure scenario. Presented at the Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry (SETAC) Annual Meeting, Milwaukee, WI, November 14, 2007. R831046 (Final)
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Presentation Harper B, Harding A, Harris S. A multidisciplinary approach to developing tribal exposure scenarios. Poster presented at the International Society for Exposure Analysis Annual Meeting, Durham, NC, October 18, 2007. R831046 (Final)
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Presentation Harris SG, Harper BL, Harding AK. Risks from tribal subsistence lifeways in the Columbia Basin. Poster presented at the Fourth Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry (SETAC) World Congress, Portland, OR, November 14-18, 2004. R831046 (2004)
R831046 (Final)
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Presentation

Harris S, Harper B, Donatuto J, Harding A. Impacts to tribal health and culture of mercury and other contaminants in Columbia Basin fish. Presented at the Eighth International Conference on Mercury as a Global Pollutant: Toward Integration of Science, Policy, and Socioeconomics, Madison, WI, August 6-11, 2006.

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R831046 (2006)
R831046 (Final)
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Report Harper BL, Harding AK, Waterhous T, Harris SG. Traditional tribal subsistence exposure scenario and risk assessment guidance manual. Richland, WA, 2007, EPA-STAR-J1-R831046, 274 pp. R831046 (Final)