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- 1,3-Butadiene, ethylene oxide and vinyl halides (vinyl fluoride, vinyl chloride and vinyl bromide) 2008, IARC
- Aerosols handbook 2005, CRCnetBASE
- Aerosols handbook. 2nd ed. 2013, CRCnetBASE
- Air pollution 2010, CRCnetBASE
- Air spora 2006, Springer
- Analysis of pesticides in food and environmental samples 2008, CRCnetBASEPesticides: classification and properties / José L. Tadeo, Consuelo Sánchez-Brunete, Lorena González -- Sample handling of pesticides in food and environmental samples / Esther Turiel, Antonio Martín-Esteban -- Analysis of pesticides by chromatographic techniques coupled with mass spectrometry / Simon Hird -- Immunoassays and biosensors / Jeanette M. Van Emon ... [et al.] -- Quality assurance / Árpád Ambrus -- Determination of pesticides in food of vegetal origin / Frank J. Schenck, Jon W. Wong -- Determination of pesticides in food of animal origin / Antonia Garrido Frenich, Jose Luis Martinez, Adrian Covaci -- Determination of pesticides in soil / Consuelo Sánchez-Brunete, Beatriz Albero, José L. Tadeo -- Determination of pesticides in water / Jay Gan, Svetlana Bondarenko -- Sampling and analysis of pesticides in the atmosphere / Maurice Millet -- Levels of pesticides in food and food safety aspects / Kit Granby ... [et al.] -- Monitoring of pesticides in the environment / Ioannus Konstantinou ... [et al.].
- Arsenic exposure and health effects. V 2003, ScienceDirect
- Assessment of potential health effects from exposure to PAVE PAWS low-level phased-array radiofrequency energy 2005, NAP
- Biomarkers of environmentally associated disease 2002, CRCnetBASE
- Biosensors and environmental health. 1st ed. 2012, CRCnetBASE"Biosensors have a biological component within them and can be used to detect, monitor or quantify environmental substances. Chapters have an abstract, key facts, applications to other areas of health and disease and a "mini-dictionary" of key terms and summary points. Coverage includes personal toxicity testing, soil and risk assessment, pesticide, insecticides, parasites, nitrate, endocrine disruptors, heavy metals, food contamination, whole cell bioreporters, bacterial biosensors, antibody-based biosensors, enzymatic, amperometric and electrochemical aspects, quorum sensing, DNA-biosensors, cantilever biosensors, bioluminescence and other methods and applications. Contributors are leading authorities and the book is essential reading for environmental scientists, toxicologists, medical doctors, health care professionals, pathologists, biologists, biochemists, chemists and physicists, general practitioners as well as those interested in disease and sciences in general. "--Provided by publisher.
- Biotransformations 2002, ScienceDirect
- Cancer and the environment 2002, NAP
- Characterizing exposure of veterans to Agent Orange and other herbicides used in Vietnam -- final report 2003, NAP
- Chemical ecology 2006, Springer
- Chemicals, environment, health 2012, CRCnetBASE
- Climate change and adaptation strategies for human health 2006, Springer
- Climate change and human well-being 2011, Springerch. 1. Introduction : climate change and human well-being /Inka Weissbecker --Part I. The impact of climate change --ch. 2. The threat of climate change : psychological response, adaptation, and impacts /Joseph P. Reser, Shirley A. Morrissey, and Michelle Ellul --ch. 3. Chronic environmental change : emerging 'psychoterratic' syndromes /Glenn Albrecht --ch. 4. Extreme weather-related events : implications for mental health and well-being /David M. Simpson, Inka Weissbecker, and Sandra E. Sephton --ch. 5. Humanitarian crisis : the need for cultural competence and local capacity building /Inka Weissbecker and Jennifer Czincz --ch. 6. Security and conflict : the impact of climate change /Chad Michael Briggs and Inka Weissbecker --Part II. Specific populations --ch. 7. Women and climate change : vulnerabilities and challenges /Anita L. Wenden --ch. 8. Climate change refugees /Michael Hollifield, Mind Thompson Fullilove, and Stevan E. Hobfoll --Part III. Guidance and recommendations --ch. 9. Resilience, spirituality and postraumatic growth : reshaping the effects of climate change /Tamasin Ramsay and Lenore Manderson --ch. 10. Climate change, resilience and transformation : challenges and opportunities for local communities /Taegen Edwards and John Wiseman --ch. 11. conclusions : implications for practice, policy, and further research /Inka Weissbecker.
- Historical Perspective of Occupational and Environmental Lung Disease /Paul David Blanc MD, MSPH --The Occupational and Environmental History /Lawrence C. Mohr Jr. --Use of Laboratory Tests in Occupational and Environmental Lung Diseases /Jean-Luc Malo --Radiography and CT of Occupational and Environmental Lung Diseases /; Philip C. Goodman --; Environmental and Occupational Causes of Asthma /Marcos Ribeiro, Susan M. Tarlo --Hypersensitivity Pneumonitis /Lawrence Ho, Ware G. Kuschner --Air Pollution and Lung Diseases /Yuh-Chin T. Huang, Ellen Volker --Unanswered Questions Regarding Asbestos Exposure: Concerns for the Next Generation /Daniel E. Banks --Pneumoconiosis in the Twenty-First Century /Andrew J. Ghio --Inhalation Injury /David J. Prezant, Dorsett D. Smith --Hard Metal Lung Disease /Toshinori Takada, Hiroshi Moriyama --Beryllium Disease /John Ferguson, Margaret M. Mroz --Occupational Lung Cancer /Ignatius T. S. Yu, Lap-Ah Tse, Hong Qiu --COPD in Non-smokers /K. B. Hubert Lam, Om P. Kurmi, Jon G. Ayres --Emerging Issues in Environmental and Occupational Lung Diseases /Yuh-Chin T. Huang --Disability Assessment in Occupational and Environmental Lung Diseases /Clayton T. Cowl --Global Impact of Occupational and Environmental Lung Diseases /Eric D. Amster, David C. Christiani.
- Congenital diseases and the environment 2007, Springer
- DDT in indoor residual spraying 2011, WHOPart A. Report of WHO expert consultation on DDT rish characterization -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Consensus statement -- Part B. Hazard and exposure assessments -- 1. Summary and conclusions -- 2. Chemical identity -- 3. Exposure sources and metrics -- 4. Kinetics and metabolism -- 5. Hepatic effects and enzyme induction -- 6. Neurotoxicity -- 7. Immunotoxicity -- 8. Carcinogenicity -- 9. Genotoxicity -- 10. Endocrinological and reproductive effects -- 11. Hazard characterization -- 12. Exposure assessment.
- Disinfection byproducts in drinking water 2004, CRCnetBASE
- Draft toxicological profile for 1,3-butadiene 2009, ATSDR
- Draft toxicological profile for acrylamide 2009, ATSDR
- Draft toxicological profile for carbon monoxide 2009, ATSDR
- Draft toxicological profile for chromium 2008, ATSDR
- Draft toxicological profile for manganese 2008, ATSDR
- Draft toxicological profile for plutonium 2007, ATSDR
- Draft toxicological profile for radon 2008, ATSDR
- Dust mites 2009, Springer"The purpose of Dust Mites is to provide a comprehensive reference work for all readers with an involvement or interest in house dust mite research and management, incorporating ... the topics of systematics and identification, physiology, ecology, allergen biochemistry and molecular biology, epidemiology, mite control and allergen avoidance."--From publisher's notes.
- Ecohealth research in practice 2012, Springer
- Ecology of harmful algae 2006, Springer
- Ecosystems and human health 2011, Springer
- Ecosystems and human health. Third edition [3rd ed.] 2013, CRCnetBASE"The third edition of a bestseller, this book describes how chemical toxins and biological hazards impact the environment and people. Addressing how pollutants can alter the environment by contributing to global climate change, the author explores a broad range of environmental and health aspects of chemical and biological hazards. He includes numerous examples of the intimate relationship between ecosystem health and human health and emphasizes the need to consider this relationship whenever human activities are likely to have a significant environmental impact"--Provided by publisher.
- Ecotoxicology 2008, CRCnetBASEI. Hierarchical ecotoxicology. The hierarchical science of ecotoxicology -- II. Organismal ecotoxicology. The organismal ecotoxicology context -- Biochemistry of toxicants -- Cells and tissues -- Organs and organ systems -- Physiology -- Bioaccumulation -- Models of bioaccumulation and bioavailability -- Lethal effects -- Sublethal effects -- Conclusion -- III. Population ecotoxicology. The population ecotoxicology context -- Epidemiology : the study of disease in populations -- Toxicants and simple population models -- Toxicants and population demographics -- Phenogenetics of exposed populations -- Population genetics : damage and stochastic dynamics of the germ line -- Population genetics : natural selection -- Conclusion -- IV. Community ecotoxicology. Introduction to community ecotoxicology -- Biotic and abiotic factors that regulate communities -- Biomonitoring and the responses of communities to contaminants -- Experimental approaches in community ecology and ecotoxicology -- Application of multimetric and multivariate approaches in community ecotoxicology -- Disturbance ecology and the responses of communities to contaminants -- Community responses to global and atmospheric stressors -- Effects of contaminants on trophic structure and food webs -- Conclusions -- V. Ecosystem ecotoxicology. Introduction to ecosystem ecology and ecotoxicology -- Overview of ecosystem processes -- Descriptive approaches for assessing ecosystem responses to contaminants -- The use of microcosms, mMesocosms, and field experiments to assess ecosystem responses to contaminants and other stressors -- Patterns and processes : the relationship between species diversity and ecosystem function -- Fate and transport of contaminants in ecosystems -- Effects of global atmospheric stressors on ecosystem processes -- VI. Ecotoxicology : a comprehensive treatment--conclusion -- Conclusion.
- Effects of veterinary medicines in the environment 2009, CRCnetBASE
- Electromagnetic fields, environment and health 2012, Springer
- Environmental and microbial relationships. 2nd ed. 2007, Springer
- Environmental and health risk assessment and management 2006, Springer
- Discipline of environmental and occupational medicine /William N. Rom --The Role of surveillance in occupational health /Steven B. Markowitz --The Occupational and environmental history and examination /John E. Parker --Epidemiology of occupational diseases /Gary M. Marsh --Occupational biostatistics /Howard E. Rockette --Impairment, disability, and functional capacity /Alan L. Engelberg and William Greaves --Molecular biology /John G. Hay --TP53 tumor suppressor gene /S. Perwez Hussain and Curtis C. Harris --Biomarkers /Sudhir Srivastava and Karl E. Krueger --Genetic susceptibility /Chu-Ling Yu and David C. Christiani --Environmental mutagenesis /C. Stuart Baxter --Evaluation of occupational exposures and effects on male and female reproduction /Susan Rae Reutman and Grace K. LeMasters --Particle deposition and pulmonary defense mechanisms /Morton Lippmann and Lung-chi Chen --Lung immune defenses against environmental agents /Lester Kobzik --Pulmonary function testing /Stuart M. Garay --Imaging of pneumoconioses /David A. Lynch --Molecular mechanisms of particle-induced lung disease /Arnold R. Brody and Gilbert F. Morris --Analysis of fibrous and nonfibrous particles /Jerrold L. Abraham and Bryan R. Burnett --Asbestosis, pleural fibrosis, and lung cancer /William N. Rom --Malignant mesothelioma /Delia Nelson ... [et al.] --Man-made vitreous fibers, vermiculite, and zeolite /James E. Lockey, Vikas Kapil, and Nancy K. Wiese --Respiratory disease in coal miners /Michael D. Attfield, Vincent Castranova, and Gregory R. Wagner --The Health effects of silica exposure /Ahmad S. Jalloul and Daniel E. Banks --Hypersensitivity pneumonitis /Yvon Cormier and Yves Lacasse --Inhalation fever /Paul David Blanc --Occupational and environmental asthma /Stuart M. Brooks, Thomas Truncale, and James McCluskey --Environment, genes, and immune mechanisms in asthma /Joan Reibman, Linda Rogers, and Maria Elena Fernandez-Beros --Firefighter's health and health effects of the world trade center collapse /Michael Weiden ... [et al.] --International byssinosis /Denise Harrison --Isocyanates exposures and health effects /Carrie Redlich and Dhimiter Bello --Occupational exposures as a cause of chronic airways disease /John R. Balmes --Lung Diseases associated with silicates and other dust /Vinicius Antao, Germania Pinheiro, and John E. Parker --Respiratory tract irritants /Tee Guidotti --Simple asphyxiants /Marc Wilkenfeld --Chemical asphyxiants /William S. Beckett --Agricultural dust-induced lung disease /M. Brian Hartz, Nancy Sprince, and Joel Kline --Upper airway disorders /Rebecca Bascom and Marina Y. Dolina --Occupational skin disease /David Cohen and Megan M. Moore --Toxic peripheral neuropathy /Margit L. Bleecker --Human behavioral neurotoxicology /W. Kent Anger, Diane S. Rohlman, and Daniel Storzbach --Occupational heart disease /Kenneth D. Rosenman --Occupational eye disorders /Jason A. Goldsmith, Norman A. Zabriskie and Randall J. Olson --Occupational infections /Kevin Dieckhaus --Terrorism preparedness /Lewis Goldfrank and Howard Greller --HIV in the workplace /Marty Markowitz ... [et al.] --The Occupational risk of tuberculosis care /Kent A. Sepkowitz and Tara Palmore --Hematologic effects of occupational hazards /John H. Ward --Toxic liver disorders /John D. Groopman and Denise Johnson --Environmental and occupational causes of toxic injury to the kidneys and urinary tract /Edward T. Zawada, Jr. --Occupational bladder cancer /Steven B. Markowitz --Psychiatric syndromes common to the workplace /Robert C. Larsen --Alcohol and drug abuse in industry /Kent W. Peterson and Donna R. Smith --Psychological job stress /Joseph J. Hurrell, Jr. --Multiple chemical sensitivity /Alan M. Ducatman --Gulf war illness /Howard Kipen and Melissa McDiarmid --Occupational safety and human factors /Howard Sandler --Ergonomics and occupational biomechanics /Manny Halpern --Nonspecific low back pain /Margareta Nordin --Carpal tunnel syndrome /Owen Kieran --Toxicogenomics and exposure assessment /Samuel Wilson ... [et al.] --Occupational and environmental exposure to lead /Alf Fischbein and Howard Hu --Mercury /Lynn Goldman --Cadmium /Dominique F. Lison and Violaine Verougstraete --Arsenic /Toby G. Rossman --Beryllium disease /Lisa A. Maier, Carol Gunn and Lee S. Newman --Hard metal disease /Dominique F. Lison --Chromium compounds /Mitchell D. Cohen and Max Costa --Nickel compounds /Mitchell D. Cohen, Catherine Klein and Max Costa --Metal compounds and rare earths /Bruce Fowler --Organic solvents and fuels /Nancy L. Fiedler and Steven Lerman --Benzene /Philip J. Landrigan --Formaldehyde /Dean B. Baker --Ethylene oxide /Anthony D. LaMontagne, N. Kyle Steenland and Karl T. Kelsey --Pesticides /Marc B. Schenker, Steven R. Offerman, and Timothy E. Albertson --Health effects of agent orange, other military herbicides, and dioxins /Jeanne M. Stellman and Steven D. Stellman --Pentachlorophenol and tetrachlorophenol /Glenys M. Webster, Shona J. Kelly and Kay Teschke --Polychlorinated biphenyls /Stephen H. Safe --Trimellitic anhydride and other acid anhydrides /Leslie C. Grammer and Kathleen E. Harris --Carbon disulfide /Stephen M. Levin and Ruth Lilis --N Nitrosamines /Stephen S. Hecht --Polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons and petroleum industry /Steven D. Stellman and Tee L. Guidotti --Occupational hazards in the microelectronics industry /Joseph LaDou --Radiation carcinogenesis /Fred Burns ... [et al.] --Nonionizing radiation /W. Gregory Lotz --Occupational exposure to noise /Robert J. McCunney and John Meyer --Dysbarism /Rafael E. de la Hoz --High-altitude illnesses /William N. Rom --Thermal extremes in the work environment /Kathleen A. Delaney and Lewis R. Goldfrank --Occupational exposure to vibration /Donald E. Wasserman and Jack Wasserman --Shift work and long work hours /Claire Caruso and Roger R. Rosa --Sleep disorders and work /Joyce A. Walsleben, Edward B. O'Malley, and David M. Rapoport --Sick building syndrome and building-related illness /Kathleen Kreiss --Air pollution : outdoor and indoor sources /George D. Thurston --Air pollution : epidemiology /Johnathan Samet --Air pollution : human health studies /Robert B. Devlin and Donald Graff --Air pollution : toxicological studies /Terry Gordon --Ozone /Morton Lippmann --Nitrogen oxides /Richard Schlesinger --Sulfur dioxide /Mark Frampton and Mark J. Utell --Particulate matter /Sverre Vedal and Jeffrey H. Sullivan --Acid rain /Kathleen C. Weathers, Gene E. Likens, and Thomas J. Butler --Cigarette smoking /Jonathan Samet and Stephen S. Hecht --Bioaccumulation and toxicities of aromatic hydrocarbon contaminants at different trophic levels of the Hudson River ecosystem /Isaac I. Wirgin --The Built environment /Howard Frumkin --Biological and medical implications of global warming /Paul R. Epstein --Chlorofluorocarbons and destruction of the ozone layer /Mario J. Molina and Luisa T. Molina --Environmental law and policy /Jeffrey G. Miller --Clean Air Act /Daniel Greenbaum --Occupational Safety and Health Administration and the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health /John Howard --United States Environmental Protection Agency /Kathleen Callahan ... [et al.] --Environmental health practice and research at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry /Thomas H. Sinks and Henry Falk --Risk assessment and economic evaluation /James Hammitt --Workers' compensation /Nicholas A. Ashford --International occupational and environmental health /Joseph LaDou --Children's environmental health research /Frederica Perera and Sheila Viswanathan --Disparities in environmental and occupational health /George Friedman-Jiménez and Luz Claudio --Industrial hygiene measurement and control /Beverly S. Cohen --Respirators /Philip Harber --The Occupational health service /Peter Rabinowitz and Oyebode Taiwo --Moral questions of occupational and environmental medicine /Sheldon Samuels --New frontiers in environmental health research /David A. Schwartz, Brenda K. Weis, and Samuel H. Wilson.
- Environmental factors in skin diseases 2007, Karger
- Environmental health impacts of transport and mobility 2005, Springer
- Environmental health indicators 2004, NAP
- Environmental management, sustainable development and human health 2009, CRCnetBASE
- Environmental monitoring for cleanrooms and controlled environments 2007, CRCnetBASE
- Environmental toxicology 2004, Wellcome Trust
- Environmental toxicology 2001, CRCnetBASE
- Environmental toxicology 2005, ScienceDirectThe utility of zebrafish as a model for toxicological research / Michael J. Carvan III, Tisha King Heiden and Henry Tomasiewicz -- Use of fish cell lines in the toxicology and ecotoxicology of fish : piscine cell lines in environmental toxicology / N.C. Bols, V.R. Dayeh, L.E.J. Lee and K. Schirmer -- Approaches in proteomics and genomics for eco-toxicology -- Nancy D. Denslow, Iris Knoebl and Patrick Larkin -- Interactions between lipids and persistent organic pollutants in fish / Adria A. Elskus, Tracy K. Collier and Emily Monosson -- Metabolic fate of nonylphenols and related phenolic compounds in fish / Jean-Pierre Cravedi and Daniel Zalko -- Pesticide biotransformation in fish / Daniel Schlenk -- Xenobiotic receptors in fish : Structural and functional diversity and evolutionary insights / Mark E. Hahn, Rebeka R. Merson and Sibel I. Karchner -- Impacts of environmental toxicants and natural variables on the immune system of fishes / Karen G. Burnett -- Fish models of carcinogenesis / Gary K. Ostrander and Jeanette M. Rotchell -- Metallothionein : structure and regulation / Peter Kling and Per-Erik Olsson -- Cell death : investigation and application in fish toxicology / Antony W. Wood, David M. Janz and Glen J. Van Der Kraak -- Adrenal toxicology : environmental pollutants and the HPI axis / Alice Hontela -- Xenobiotic impact on corticosteroid signaling / Mathilakath M. Vijayan, Patrick Prunet and Adrienne N. Boone -- Thyroid hormones / J.G. Eales and S.B. Brown -- The biology and toxicology of retinoids in fish / D. Alsop, Glen J. Van Der Kraak, S.B. Brown and J.G. Eales -- Vitellogenesis and endocrine disruption / Naoshi Hiramatsu, Ann O. Cheek, Craig V. Sullivan, Takahiro Matsubara and Akihiko Hara -- Pharmaceuticals in the environment : drugged fish? / Vance L. Trudeau, Chris D. Metcalfe, Caroline Mimeault and Thomas W. Moon -- P-glycoproteins and xenobiotic efflux transport in fish / Armin Sturm and Helmut Segner.
- Environmental tracking for public health surveillance 2013, CRCnetBASE"Satellite imagery and data are widely used in public health surveillance to provide early warning of disease outbreaks and for averting pandemics. Convergence of these technologies began in the 1970s and has gained wide acceptance in the 21st Century. This book is written jointly by experts in both the health and Earth-science technologies. Each chapter is accompanied by an extensive list of citations to provide background and validation of the current state-of-the-art for a variety of high-interest human diseases and associated health and well-being issues. The importance of day-to-day weather patterns, the impacts of severe weather events and longer-term climate cycles form the basis for developing information systems that meet goals and expectations of national and international health monitoring bodies"--Provided by publisher.
- Enzymes in the environment 2002, CRCnetBASE1. Enzyme Activities and Microbiological and Biochemical Processes in Soil / Paolo Nannipieri, Ellen Kandeler, and Pacifico Ruggiero -- 2. Ecology of Microbial Enzymes in Lake Ecosystems / Ryszard Jan Chróst and Waldemar Siuda -- 3. Ecological Significance of Bacterial Enzymes in the Marine Environment / Hans-Georg Hoppe, Carol Arosti, and Gerhard F. Herndl -- 4. Enzymes and Microorganisms in the Rhizosphere / David C. Naseby and James M. Lynch -- 5. Enzymes in the Arbuscular Mycorrhizal Symbiosis / José Manuel García-Garrido, Juan Antonio Ocampo, and Inmaculada García-Romera -- 6. Microbes and Enzymes Associated with Plant Surfaces / Alan P. Thompson and Mark J. Bailey -- 7. Microbial Enzymes in the Biocontrol of Plant Pathogens and Pests / Leonid Cherin and Ilan Chet -- 8. Microbiology and Enzymology of Carbon and Nitrogen Cycling / Robert L. Tate III -- 9. Enzyme and Microbial Dynamics of Litter Decomposition / Robert L. Sinsabaugh, Margaret M. Carreiro, and Sergio Alvarez -- 10. Fungal Communities, Succession, Enzymes, and Decomposition / Annelise H. Kjøller and Sten Struwe -- 11. Enzyme Adsorption on Soil Mineral Surfaces and Consequences for the Catalytic Activity / Hervé Quiquampoix, Sylvie Servagent-Noinville, and Marie-Hélène Baron -- 12. Microbes and Enzymes in Biofilms / Jana Jass, Sara K. Roberts, and Hilary M. Lappin-Scott -- 13. Search for and Discovery of Microbial Enzymes from Thermally Extreme Environments in the Ocean / Jody W. Deming and John A. Baross -- 14. Molecular Methods for Assessing and Manipulating the Diversity of Microbial Populations and Processes / Søren J. Sørensen, Julia R. de Lipthay, Anne Kirstine Müller, Tamar Barkay, Lars H. Hansen, and Lasse Dam Rasmussen -- 15. Bioindicators and Sensors of Soil Health and the Application of Geostatistics / Ken Killham and William J. Staddon -- 16. Hydrolytic Enzyme Activities to Assess Soil Degradation and Recovery / Tom W. Speir and Des J. Ross -- 17. Enzymatic Responses to Pollution in Sediments and Aquatic Systems / Sabine Kuhbier, Hans-Joachim Lorch, and Johannes C.G. Ottow -- 18. Microbial Dehalogenation Reactions in Microorganisms / Lee A. Beaudette, William J. Staddon, Michael B. Cassidy, Marc Habash, Hung Lee, and Jack T. Trevors -- 19. Isolated Enzymes for the Transformation and Det6xification of Organic Pollutants / Liliana Gianfreda and Jean-Marc Bollag -- 20. Enzyme-Mediated Transformations of Heavy Metals/Metalloids: Applications in Bioremediation / Robert S. Dungan and William T. Frankenberger, Jr. -- 21. Enzymes in Soil: Research and Developments in Measuring Activities / M. Ali Tabatabai and Warren A. Dick.
- Exposure analysis 2007, CRCnetBASE
- Genomics in regulatory ecotoxicology 2008, CRCnetBASEToxicogenomics in ecological risk assessments: regulatory context, technical background, and workshop overview / Gerald Ankley, Ann Miracle, and Edward Perkins -- Application of genomics to screening / Sean W. Kennedy ... [et al.] -- Application of genomics to tiered testing / Charles R. Tyler ... [et al.] -- Application of genomics to regulatory ecological risk assessments for pesticides / Sigmund J. Degitz ... [et al.] -- Application of genomics to assessment of the ecological risk of complex mixtures / Edward Perkins ... [et al.] -- Applications of genomic technologies to ecological risk assessments at remediation and restoration sites / Ann L. Miracle ... [et al.] -- Toxicogenomics in ecological risk assessments: a prospectus / George P. Daston ... [et al.].Toxicogenomics in ecological risk assessments: regulatory context, technical background, and workshop overview / Gerald Ankley, Ann Miracle, and Edward Perkins -- The development of genomic-based screening assays for ecotoxicology / Sean W. Kennedy ... [et al.] -- Application of genomics to tiered testing / Charles R. Tyler ... [et al.] -- Application of genomics to regulatory ecological risk assessments for pesticides / Sigmund J. Degitz ... [et al.] -- Molecular biology and risk assessment: evaluation of the potential roles of genomics in regulatory ecotoxicology / Edward Perkins ... [et al.] -- Applications of genomic technologies to ecological risk assessments at remediation and restoration sites / Ann L. Miracle ... [et al.] -- Toxicogenomics in ecological risk assessments: a prospectus / George P. Daston ... [et al.].
- Handbook of biological effects of electromagnetic fields. Biological and medical aspects of electromagnetic fields. 3rd ed. 2007., CRCnetBASE
- Handbook of environmental health. 4th ed. v. 1-2, 2002-03., CRCnetBASEv. 2, 2002 CRCnetBASEv. 1. Biological, chemical, and physical agents of environmentally related disease -- v. 2. Pollutant interactions in air, water, and soil.
- Harmonization Project document v. 1-6, 8, 2004-08, 2010., WHOno. 2 (2005) WHOno. 3 (2005) WHOno. 4 (2007) WHOno. 5 (2008) WHOno. 6 (2008) WHOno. 8 (2010) WHOThe International Programme on Chemical Safety (IPCS) (WHO/ILO/UNEP) is leading a project to harmonize approaches to the assessment of risk from exposure to chemicals. The goal of this project is to globally harmonize approaches to risk assessment by increasing understanding and developing basic principles and guidance on specific chemical risk assessment issues. Harmonization enables efficient use of resources and consistency among assessments.--Website.
- Hayes' Handbook of pesticide toxicology. 3rd ed. v. 1-2, 2010, ScienceDirectThe Handbook of Pesticide Toxicology is a comprehensive, two-volume reference guide to the properties, effects, and regulation of pesticides that provides the latest and most complete information to researchers investigating the environmental, agricultural, veterinary, and human-health impacts of pesticide use. Written by international experts from academia, government, and the private sector, the Handbook of Pesticide Toxicology is an in-depth examination of critical issues related to the need for, use of, and nature of chemicals used in modern pest management. This updated third edition carries on the book's tradition of serving as the definitive reference on pesticide toxicology and recognizes the seminal contribution of Wayland J. Hayes, Jr., co-Editor of the first edition. Feature: Presents a comprehensive look at all aspects of pesticide toxicology in one reference work. Benefit: Saves researchers time in quickly accessing the very latest definitive details on toxicity of specific pesticides as opposed to searching through thousands of journal articles. Feature: Clear exposition of hazard identification and dose response relationships in each chapter featuring pesticide agents and actions Benefit: Connects the experimental laboratory results to real-life applications in human health, animal health and the environment. Feature: All major classes of pesticide considered. Benefit: Provides relevance to a wider variety of researchers who are conducting comparative work in pesticides or their health impacts. Feature: Different routes of exposure critically evaluated. Benefit: Connects the loop between exposure and harmful affects to those who are researching the affects of pesticides on humans or wildlife.
- Hazardous substances and human health 2006, ScienceDirect
- Health in the green economy 2011, WHO1. Overview of housing and climate/environment linkages -- 2. Review of housing and health risks -- 3. Evaluating health co-benefits and risks of IPCC-reviewed mitigation strategies -- 4. Gap analysis: optimizing health benefits and correcting risks of mitigation strategies -- 5. Tools to assess, plan and finance healthy and climate-friendly housing -- 6. Case studies of good practice -- 7. Conclusions and recommendations.
- Part 1. The Atmospheric CO₂ record --The rise of trees and how they changed Paleozoic atmospheric CO₂, climate, and geology /Robert A. Berner --Atmospheric CO₂ during the late Paleozoic and Mesozoic: estimates from Indian soils /Prosenjit Ghosh ... [et al.] --Alkenone-based estimates of past CO2 levels: a consideration of their utility based on an analysis of uncertainties /Katherine H. Freeman,Mark Pagani --Atmospheric CO₂ data from ice cores: four climatic cycles /Thomas Blunier ... [et al.] --Atmospheric CO₂ and ¹³CO₂ exchange with the terrestrial biosphere and oceans from 1978 to 2000: observations and carbon cycle implications /Charles D. Keeling ... [et al.] --Part 2. Biotic responses to long-term changs in atmospheric CO₂ --Evolutionary responses of land plants to atmospheric CO₂ /David J. Beerling --Cretaceous CO₂ decline and the radiation and diversification of angiosperms /Jennifer C. McElwain ... [et al.] --Influence of uplift, weathering, and base cation supply on past and future CO₂ levels /Jacob R. Waldbauer,C. Page Chamberlain --Atmospheric CO₂, environmental stress, and the evolution of C₄ photosynthesis /Rowan F. Sage --The influence of atmospheric CO₂, temperature, and water on the abundance of C₃/C₄ taxa /James R. Ehleringer --Evolution and growth of plants in a low CO₂ world /Joy K. Ward --Environmentally driven dietary adaptations in African mammals /Thure E. Cerling ... [et al.] --Terrestrial mammalian herbivore response to declining levels of atmospheric CO₂ during the Cenozoic: evidence from North American fossil horses (family Equidae) /Bruce J. MacFadden --CO₂, grasses, and human evolution /Nicholaas J. van der Merwe --Part 3. Atmospheric CO₂ and modern ecosystems --The carbon cycle over the past 1000 years inferred from the inversion of ice core data /Cathy Trudinger ... [et al.] --Remembrance of weather past: ecosystem responses to climate variability /David Schimel ... [et al.] --Effects of elevated CO₂ on keystone herbivores in modern arctic ecosystems /Scott R. McWilliams,James O. Leafloor --Part 4. Ecosystem responses to a future atmospheric CO₂ --Modern and future forests in a changing atmosphere /Richard J. Norby ... [et al.] --Modern and future semi-arid and arid ecosystems /M. Rebecca Shaw ... [et al.] --Effects of CO₂ on plants at different timescales /Belinda E. Medlyn,Ross E. McMurtrie --Herbivory in a world of elevated CO₂ /Richard L. Lindroth,M. Denise Dearing --Borehole temperatures and climate change: a global perspective /Robert N. Harris,David S. Chapman.
- Household Use of Solid Fuels -- 1. Exposure data -- 2. Studies of cancer in humans -- 3. Studies of cancer in experimental animals -- 4. Mechanistic and other relevant data -- 5. Summary of data reported -- 6. Evaluation and rationale -- -- High-temperature Frying -- 1. Exposure data -- 2. Studies of cancer in humans -- 3. Studies of cancer in experimental animals -- 4. Mechanistic and other relevant data -- 5. Summary of data reported -- 6. Evaluation and rationale
- Human toxicology of chemical mixtures. 2nd ed. 2011, ScienceDirectIn this important reference work, Zeliger catalogs the known effects of chemical mixtures on the human body and also proposes a framework for understanding and predicting their actions in terms of lipophile (fat soluble) / hydrophile (water soluble) interactions. The author's focus is on illnesses that ensue following exposures to mixtures of chemicals that cannot be attributed to any one component of the mixture. In the first part the mechanisms of chemical absorption at a molecular and macromolecular level are explained, as well as the body's methods of defending itself against xenobiotic intrusion. Part II examines the sources of the chemicals discusssed, looking at air and water pollution, food additives, pharmaceuticals, etc. Part III, which includes numerous case studies, examines specific effects of particular mixtures on particular body systems and organs and presents a theoretical framework for predicting what the effects of uncharacterized mixtures might be. Part IV covers regulatory requirements and the need to adjust recommended exposure levels for products containing mixtures. It also contains recommendations on how to limit exposure to mixtures in the products we use and on how to limit release of mixtures into the environment. Providing brief summaries of each mixture and its effects, Zeliger provides a comprehensive reference, a jumping off point for professionals (with extensive chapter bibliographies) and an introduction to the topic for those studying traditional toxicology. Addressing many inadequately understood illnesses and conditions such as asthma, infertility and cancer, it will also be of interest to health professionals, environmental scientists and lawyers. Presents a theoretical framework for predicting the effects of chemical mixtures for which no specific data exists (this predictive aspect is important due to the vast number of different potential chemical combinations - far too many to comprehensively catalog). A quick and convenient source of hard to come by data on the rapidly developing field of chemical mixtures, for groups including chemists and engineers, toxicologists, health professionals and environmental scientists. . New and updated material comprises over 30% of this timely new edition, which includes the latest research data alongside an expanded introduction to the science and art of predicting the toxicological properties of chemical mixtures.
- Human viruses in water 2007, ScienceDirect
- Illusion of certainty 2007, Springer
- Illustrated dictionary and resource directory of environmental and occupational health. 2nd ed. 2005, CRCnetBASE
- Illustrated handbook of toxicology 2011, Thieme BookThis book serves as a hands-on guide to various poison treatments and offers supplemental public health information. Each two-page unit features concise text on the left complemented by full-color illustrations on the opposing page. The expert author distinguishes harmful toxic substances and catalogues their specific effects on the human body, plants, animals, and the surrounding environment. The handbook also addresses other topics, including biological warfare, modern toxicological methods, and threshold values. Features include: succinct, user-friendly organization so readers can navigate the content with ease; over 600 detailed images and diagrams arranged on 150 full-color plates illustrate exposures and toxicological effects on humans, plants, and animals; well-researched, objective risk analysis on toxic exposures accompanied by relevant images; extensive glossary of key toxicological terms that provide readers with the accurate information they need to avoid dangerous confusion.
- Impact of pollution on animal products 2008, Springer
- Improving health in the United States 2011, ebrary"Many Americans believe that the United States has one of the best health-care systems in the world and that consequently Americans enjoy better health than most of the world's populations. The data, however, do not support that belief. In fact, the United States is ranked 32nd in the world in life expectancy even though it is ranked third in total expenditures on health care as a percentage of gross domestic product (GDP). Clearly, good health is determined by more than money spent on the health-care system. In fact, a growing body of research indicates that living conditions - including such factors as housing quality, exposure to pollution, and access to healthy and affordable foods and safe places to exercise - have a greater effect on health. That research highlights the importance of considering health in developing policies, programs, plans, and projects, including ones that may not appear at first to have an obvious relationship to health. Health impact assessment (HIA) has arisen as an especially promising way to factor health considerations into the decision-making process. It has been defined in various ways but essentially is a structured process that uses scientific data, professional expertise, and stakeholder input to identify and evaluate public-health consequences of proposals and suggests actions that could be taken to minimize adverse health impacts and optimize beneficial ones"--Publisher's description.
- Indoor air quality 2002, CRCnetBASE
- Indoor air quality : a guide for facility managers. 2nd ed. 2004, CRCnetBASE
- Indoor air quality engineering 2003, CRCnetBASE
- Inheriting the world 2004, WHO
- Inorganic chromium (VI) compounds 2013, WHO
- International classification of HRCT for occupational and environmental respiratory diseases 2005, Springer
- IPCS risk assessment terminology 2004, WHOpt.1. IPCS/OECD key generic terms used in chemical hazard/risk assessment -- pt.2. IPCS glossary of key exposure assessment terminology
- Lead and public health 2011, ScienceDirectThe book presents a detailed assessment of the health science of lead and the human health risk assessment models for lead's human health impacts, followed by an account of various regulatory efforts in the United States and elsewhere to eliminate or reduce human toxic exposures to lead. The science of lead as presented here covers releases of lead into the environment, lead's movement through the environment to reach humans who are then exposed, and the spectrum of toxic effects, particularly low-level toxic effects, on the developing central nervous system of the very young child. The section on human health risk assessment deals with quantifying not only the dose-response relationships that underlie toxic responses to lead in sensitive populations but also with the likelihood of toxic responses vis-vis environmental lead at some level of exposure. This section includes a treatment of computer models of lead exposure, particularly those that use lead in whole blood as a key measure. Various models convert lead intake via various body compartments into measures of body lead burden. Such measures are then directly related to severity of injury. The final section of the book deals with past and present regulatory efforts to control lead releases into the human environment. Current control efforts present a mixed picture. The most problematic issue is the continued presence of lead paint in older housing and lead in soils of urban and mining industry communities. Comprehensive assessment of the three major facets of the public health problem of lead: the voluminous science, the risk assessment approaches, and approaches to controlling lead as a public health problem. Integration of the above three elements to provide a coherent whole Provides a single source of information that will be extremely valuable to all professionals working in areas impacted by this toxic substance.
- Management of health risks from environment and food 2010, Springer
- Metabolism of arsenite. 1st ed. 2012, CRCnetBASE"Up to 200 million people in 70 countries are at risk from drinking water contaminated with arsenic, which is a major cause of chronic debilitating illnesses and fatal cancers. Until recently little was known about the mobility of arsenic, and how redox transformations determined its movement into or out of water supplies. Although human activities contribute to the release of arsenic from minerals, it is now clear that bacteria are responsible for most of the redox transformation of arsenic in the environment. Bacterial oxidation of arsenite (to the less mobile arsenate) has been known since 1918, but it was not until 2000 that a bacterium was shown to gain energy from this process. Since then a wide range of arsenite-oxidizing bacteria have been isolated, including aerobes and anaerobes; heterotrophs and autotrophs; thermophiles, mesophiles and psychrophiles. This book reviews recent advances in the study of such bacteria. After a section on background geology and health issues the main body of the book concerns the cellular machinery of arsenite oxidation. It concludes by examining possible applications. Topics treated are: The geology and cycling of arsenic Arsenic and disease Arsenite oxidation: physiology, enzymes, genes, and gene regulation. Community genomics and functioning, and the evolution of arsenite oxidation Microbial arsenite oxidation in bioremediation Biosensors for arsenic in drinking water and industrial effluents"--Provided by publisher."Arsenite contamination of drinking water is a major cause of chronic illness and mortality in many countries, but until recently little was known of the processes determining its movement and concentration. Bacterial oxidation of arsenite was first described in 1918 and thought to be a means of detoxification. It was not until 2000 that the first autotrophic arsenite-oxidising bacterium was isolated and shown to gain energy from arsenite oxidation. Since then a wide range of such bacteria has been isolated and the literature on the topic has grown rapidly. This book reviews the new understanding of the diversity and abundance of such organisms, their role in arsenic cycling in the environment and their possible relations with arsenic-dependent diseases in humans"-- Provided by publisher.
- Methods to study litter decomposition 2005, Springer
- Microbial source tracking 2011, Springer
- Microorganisms in home and indoor work environments. 2nd ed. 2011, CRCnetBASEMachine generated contents note: ch. 1 Microorganisms in air -- 1.1.Microorganisms in outdoor air / B. Flannigan -- 1.2.Microorganisms in indoor air / B. Flannigan -- 1.3.Pollen in indoor air / A. Rantio-Lehtimaki -- ch. 2 Microorganisms in homes and work environments -- 2.1.Microbial growth in indoor environments / J.D. Miller -- 2.2.Bacteria and other bioaerosols in industrial workplaces / J.R.M. Swan -- 2.3.Remediation and control of microbial growth in problem buildings / P.R. Morey -- ch. 3 Airborne microorganisms and disease -- 3.1.Allergenic microorganisms and hypersensitivity / J.H. Day -- 3.2.Occupational respiratory disease: hypersensitivity pneumonitis and other forms of interstitial lung disease / B. Flannigan -- 3.3.Respiratory tract infections caused by indoor fungi / R.C. Summerbell -- ch. 4 Microbiological investigation of indoor environments -- 4.1.Mycological investigations of indoor environments / J.D. Miller -- 4.2.Molecular methods for bioaerosol characterization / J.A. Scott -- 4.3.Isolation and identification of fungi / J. Houbraken -- 4.4.Analysis of microbial volatile organic compounds / T.J. Ryan -- 4.5.Analysis for toxins and inflammatory compounds / J.D. Miller -- 4.6.Interpreting sampling data in investigations of indoor environments: selected case studies / P.R. Morey -- ch. 5 Common and important species of Actinobacteria and fungi in indoor environments -- Common and important species of fungi and actinomycetes in indoor environments / J.D. Miller -- Descriptions and illustrations of common fungi and actinomycetes.
- Muskellunge Symposium 2007, Springer
- Nanotechnology-- health and environmental risks 2008, CRCnetBASEIntroduction : assessing nanotechnology health and environmental risks -- Defining risk assessment and how it is used for environmental protection, and its potential role for managing nanotechnology risks -- Sustainable nanotechnology development using risk assessment and applying life cycle thinking -- The state of the science : human health, toxicology, and nanotechnological risk / Brenda E. Barry -- The state of the science : environmental risks -- NANO LCRA : an adaptive screening-level life cycle risk assessment framework for nanotechnology -- Alternative approaches for life cycle risk assessment for nanotechnology and comprehensive environmental assessment / Jo Anne Shatkin and J. Michael Davis -- Current and proposed approaches for managing risks in occupational environments / Brenda E. Barry -- Ongoing international efforts to address risk issues for nanotechnology.
- This guideline defines ventilation and then natural ventilation. It explores the design requirements for natural ventilation in the context of infection control, describing the basic principles of design, construction, operation and maintenance for an effective natural ventilation system to control infection in health-care settings.
- Office building safety and health 2004, CRCnetBASE
- PAHs 2003, Wiley
- Population systems. 2nd ed. / 2008, Springer
- Radiation injury prevention and mitigation in humans 2012, CRCnetBASE
- Harrison's Principles of Internal Medicine
- AAP Red Book Online
- Robbins & Cotran Pathologic Basis of Disease
- Sabiston Textbook of Surgery
- Nelson's Textbook of Pediatrics
- Surgical Exposures in Orthopaedics
- Mandell, Douglas, & Bennett's Principles & Practice of Infectious Diseases
- Red Book Online
- ICU Book
- Primary Care Medicine
- Campbell-Walsh Urology
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