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Main Title Dioxin 2000 : 20th International symposium on halogenated environmental organic pollutants and persistent organic pollutants (POPs), Monterey, California, USA. August 13-17, 2000 /
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Author Title of a Work
Denison, Michael S.
Publisher University of California, Davis [publisher] ; Dome Printing [printer],
Year Published 2000
OCLC Number 45482834
ISBN 0970331509; 9780970331502; 0970331517; 9780970331519; 0970331525; 9780970331526; 0970331533; 9780970331533; 0970331541; 9780970331540
Subjects Organohalogen compounds. ; Persistent pollutants. ; Dioxins. ; Environmental toxicology--Congresses.
Holdings
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Status
EIAM  TD 196.H35 I5 2000 Region 2 Library/New York,NY 12/15/2000
EJEM  RA1242.D55D56 2000 v.48-49 +program OCSPP Chemical Library/Washington,DC 06/04/2004
EKBM  TD196.H35 I5 2000 v. 1-5 Research Triangle Park Library/RTP, NC 10/27/2015
ELAM  TD196.H35I5 2000 v.46 Region 5 Library/Chicago,IL 12/07/2009
Collation 5 volumes : illustrations ; 24 cm.
Notes
Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
Contents Notes
v. 1. Analysis ; Bioanalytical approaches for POP detection ; Environmental fate and transport ; PCDDs/PCDFs in the Atmosphere-Measurement, trends, sources, fate and transport ; Emission control and abatement technologies & remediation -- v. 2. Formation and sources ; Natural formation of dioxins ; Human sources and activities associated with dioxin-like compounds and POPs in the Environment ; Environmental levels --v. 3. Polychlorinated naphthalenes ; Polybrominated flame retardants ; Toxaphene ; Polychlorinated paraffins ; POPs in foods ; POPs ; Global POPs treaty and quality criteria for international POPs management -- v. 4. Human exposure ; Epidemiology-POPs, endocrine disruptors and cancer ; Epidemiology-What have we learned? ; Epidemiology ; Childhood health and development in relation to persistent organochlorine compounds ; Risk evaluation of dioxin-like chemicals ; Risk evaluation -- v. 5. Toxicology ; Non-Ah receptor mechanisms underlying immunotoxicity and neurotoxicity of non-coplanar-PCBs, PBDEs and orthoquinones ; Molecular biology of the Ah receptor and Ah receptor-dependent signaling ; Immunotoxicity of dioxins and POPs ; Endocrine disruption ; Ecotoxicology and POPs.