Click here to obtain permission for environmental epidemiology volume 1 public health and hazardous wastes translation and other rights for information on how to request permission to translate our work and for any other rights related query please click here. Part of our modern heritage is the increasing volume of waste created by all industrial societies today there also is unprecedented concern over the potential consequences for public health and the environment of exposure to wastes that are deemed hazardous under a variety of regulatory regimes. Annotation the first of several volumes to be published on environmental epidemiology presents the results of studies of hazardous wastes in the air water soil and food reviews available evidence on the risk of exposure to toxic materi als and makes recommendations for filling gaps in the data on risk and improving health assessments. The book presents the results of studies of hazardous wastes in the air water soil and food and examines the potential of biological markers in health risk assessment the data and recommendations in this volume will be of immediate use to toxicologists environmental health professionals epidemiologists and other biologists. Public health and hazardous wastes responsibility committee on environmental epidemiology board on environmental studies and toxicology commission on life sciences national research council
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