Risk Assessment for Chemicals in Drinking Water by Robert A. Howd

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Author
Robert A. Howd
Publisher
Wiley-Interscience
Date of release
Pages
371
ISBN
9780471723448
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Hardcover
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A comprehensive reference on state-of-the-art risk assessment methodologies for drinking water

Risk Assessment for Chemicals in Drinking Water discusses the major steps and goals in risk assessments and suggests ways to improve the methodologies and accuracy, while consolidating up-to-date information on the current principles and practices in one authoritative reference. After an enlightening overview of risk assessment practices and regulatory guidelines, it:

  • Includes descriptions of the use of variability analysis, exposure analysis, physiologically based pharmacokinetics, and modeling for both cancer and non-cancer endpoints
  • Describes the practices of major organizations, including the U.S. EPA, Health Canada, World Health Organization, and California Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment
  • Includes complete chapters on risk assessment for essential nutrients, arsenic, chloroform, and perchlorate
  • Explains how to address susceptible sub-populations, including the elderly and infants and children, in risk assessments
  • Covers the potential of using genomic and proteomic screens
  • Addresses recent advances, emerging issues, and future challenges
With contributions and perspectives from leading scientists, this is the definitive resource for health and environmental scientists, toxicologists, risk assessors and managers, regulators, consultants, and other professionals responsible for the safety of drinking water.


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