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|OLS Field Name||OLS Field Data|
|Main Title||Recent advances in the assessment of the health effects of environmental pollution : proceedings, international symposium, Paris, June 24- 28, 1974 = Tagungsberichte Internationales Symposium Neueste Erkeentnisse in der Beurteilung der Gesundheitlichen Folgen der Umweltverschmutzung = Actes Symposium International Progres Recents Dans L'Evaluation Des Effets De La Pollution De L'Environment Sur La Sante = Atti Simposio Internazionale Recenti Progressi Nella Valutazione Degli Effetti Dell'Inquinamento Dell'Ambiente Sulla Salute = Vorslag Internationaal Symposium Recente Vorderingenbij de Vaststelling van de Gevolgen Van Milieuverontreiniging Voor de Gezondheid.|
|CORP Author||Commission of the European Communities, Luxembourg. Directorate General Scientific and Technical Information and Information Management. ;World Health Organization, Geneva (Switzerland).;Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, D.C. Office of Research and Development.|
|Publisher||Commission of the European Communities, Directorate General Scientific and Technical Information and Information Management,|
|Report Number||EPA 600/9-75-009a; EPA 600/9-75-009b; EPA 600/9-75-009c; EPA 600/9-75-009d; EUR-5360-Vol-4; EUR-5360-Vol-1|
|Stock Number||PB-261 480|
|Subjects||Environmental health--Congresses. ; Environmental health--Evaluation--Congresses. ; Environmental toxicology--Congresses. ; Toxicity testing--Congresses. ; Environmental monitoring--Congresses. ; Environmental pollution.|
|Additional Subjects||Meetings ; Carcinogens ; Toxicology ; Epidemiology ; Air pollution ; Public health ; Evaluation ; Methodology ; Assessments ; Foreign countries ; Physiological effects ; Children ; Exposure ; Respiratory diseases ; Lead poisoning ; Environmental health ; Air pollution effects(Humans)|
|Collation||4 v. : ill. ; 24 cm.|
;Partial contents: The state of the art regarding the experimental investigations of the effects of pollutants; The assessment of environmental carcinogen risks in terms of life shortening; Pollutant-oriented integrated monitoring systems and lead exposure assessment; Intercomparison programme on the analysis of lead, cadmium and mercury in biological fluids; The concentrations of copper, iron, manganese, zinc and cadmium in human hair as a possible indicator of their tissue concentrations; The carcinogenic risk for man of environmental chemicals; Behavioral methods for investigating environmental health effects.
Organized jointly by the Commission of the European Communities, Directorate General for Social Affairs, Health Protection Directorate, United States Environmental Protection Agency and World Health Organization. Each report published in original language with English abstracts. Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
Volume I: opening session, population studies, human effects studies (panel), toxicological studies, exposure monitoring (Panel) -- Volume II: human effects studies, animal studies, metabolism, interactions, indicators of exposure -- Volum III: Tissue measurements, monitoring needs, environmental measurements, exposure monitoring, models, supplementary papers -- Volume IV: the scientific data base required for decisions to protect human health (Plenary discussion group), experimental investigations, monitoring needs (Panel), tissue measurements (Panel), health effects studies, closing session