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Main Title Public health issues in the Gulf of Mexico : proceedings of a Mississippi Sea Grant Advisory Service Workshop, November 14-15, 1989 /
Other Authors
Author Title of a Work
Burrage, Dave.
Publisher Mississippi-Alabama Sea Grant Consortium,
Year Published 1990
OCLC Number 21401725
Subjects Environmental health--Gulf Coast (U.S.)--Congresses. ; Marine toxins--Congresses. ; Seafood poisoning--Congresses. ; United States--Gulf Coast.
Internet Access
Description Access URL
https://eos.ucs.uri.edu/EOS_Linked_Documents/masgc/masgcw89004.pdf
Holdings
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Status
EJBM  RA600 .P83 1990 Headquarters Library/Washington,DC 05/29/2015
Collation 29 leaves ; 28 cm
Notes
"MASGP-90-002." "Sponsored by: Mississippi Sea Grant Advisory Service, Mississippi Cooperative Extension Service Mississippi State University, Mississippi/Alabama Sea Grant Consortium and U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Gulf of Mexico Program." "Proceedings of a meeting held in Metarie, Louisiana November 14-15, 1989"--Cover. NOAA/National Sea Grant College Program
Contents Notes
"The Environmental Protection Agency's Gulf of Mexico Program was established to provide a mechanism for addressing complex environmental problems there that cross state, federal, and international jurisdictional lines. Many of these problems and issues are unique to the Gulf. This workshop addressed three problems concerning public health in the Gulf of Mexico: (1) exposure to human pathogens via consumption of raw molluscan shellfish; (2) marine biotoxins (such as ciguatoxic fish poisoning) and their effect on human health; and (3) human pathogens transmitted by direct contact via recreation or occupation. The problem of toxins in the food chain, and bioaccumulation​, were to be addressed at a separate conference"--National Sea Grant Library publication website.