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|OLS Field Name||OLS Field Data|
|Main Title||Mercury study report to Congress.|
|Author||Keating, M. H. ; Mahaffey, K. R. ; Schoeny, R. ; Rice, G. E. ; Bullock, O. R. ; Ambrose, R. B. ; Swartout, J. ; Hassett-Sipple, B. ; Nichols, J. W. ; Maxwell, W. H. ; Driver, L. ; Rodriguez, R.|
|CORP Author||Environmental Protection Agency, Research Triangle Park, NC. Office of Air Quality Planning and Standards.|
|Publisher||Office of Air Quality Planning and Standards and Office of Research and Development, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency,|
|Report Number||EPA/452-R-97-003; EPA/452-R-97-004; EPA/452-R-97-005; EPA/452-R-97-006; EPA/452-R-97-007; EPA/452-R-97-008; EPA/452-R-97-009; EPA/452-R-97-010|
|Subjects||Mercury--Environmental aspects--United States. ; Mercury--Toxicology--United States. ; Factory and trade waste--Environmental aspects--United States. ; Mercury wastes--Environmental aspects--United States. ; Mercury industry and trade--United States|
|Additional Subjects||Mercury(Metal) ; Toxicity ; Air pollution sources ; Environmental effects ; Health effects ; Methylmercury ; Mercury compounds ; Ecological concentration ; Bioaccumulation ; Risk association ; Absorption(Biology) ; Food chains ; Air pollution effects ; Exposure ; Public health ; Wildlife ; Ecosystems ; Anthropogenic sources ; Air pollution control ; Clean Air Acts ; Emission inventories ; Emission factors ; United States ; Point sources ; Area sources ; Air pollutants ; Combustion products ; Industrial wastes ; Exhaust emissions ; Municipal wastes ; Urban areas ; Incinerators ; Boilers ; Manufacturing ; Regional analysis ; Water pollution ; Environmental exposure ; Uncertainty analysis ; Estimating ; Tables(Data) ; Environmental transport ; Environmental exposure pathway ; Aquatic ecosystems ; Environmental impact assessment ; Ingestion(Biology) ; Inhalation ; Food consumption ; Food contamination ; Fish ; Shellfish ; Mathematical models ; Environmental fate ; Air pollution effects(Humans) ; Risk assessment ; Ethnic groups ; Age groups ; Demography ; Bioaccumlation ; Diet ; Dose-response relationships ; Biological effects ; Biological monitoring ; Dosage ; Carcinogens ; Mutagens ; Neurotoxins ; Fetal development ; Child development disorders ; Maternal-fetal exchange ; Excretion ; Metabolism ; Toxicokinetics ; Pharmacokinetics|
|Collation||8 volumes (various pagings) : illustrations, maps ; 28 cm|
This volume summarizes findings of the Mercury Study Report to Congress required of U.S. EPA under the Clean Air Act Amendments of 1990. The Report assesses anthropogenic sources contributing to mercury emissions from electric utility stream generating units, municipal waste combustion units, and other sources, including area sources. The summary volume provides an overview of the Report's findings on properties and industrial uses of mercury; analysis of atmospheric releases, process, fate and transport of mercury; and analysis of potential exposure pathways of wildlife and humans. This summary volume focuses on potential adverse health effects of methylmercury exposure to humans and wildlife from consumption of fish and shellfish. Management alternatives including the following possible control strategies were reviewed. Costs of various control measures and research needs were presented.
Principal authors: Martha H. Keating [and others]. "December 1997." Includes bibliographical references. "EPA-452/R-97-003"--Cover, v. 1. "EPA-452/R-97-004"--Cover, v. 2. "EPA-452/R-97-005"--Cover, v. 3. "EPA-452/R-97-006"--Cover, v. 4. "EPA-452/R-97-007"--Cover, v. 5. "EPA-452/R-97-008"--Cover, v. 6. "EPA-452/R-97-009"--Cover, v. 7. "EPA-452/R-97-010"--Cover, v. 8.
v. I. Executive summary -- v. II. An inventory of anthropogenic mercury emissions in the United States -- v. III. Fate and transport of mercury in the environment -- v. IV. An assessment of exposure to mercury in the United States -- v. V. Health effects of mercury and mercury compounds -- v. VI. An ecological assessment for anthropogenic mercury emissions in the United States -- v. VII. Characterization of human health and wildlife risks from mercury exposure in the United States -- v. VIII. An evaluation of mercury control technologies and costs.