Traditionally, industrial hygienists and environmental engineers have been responsible for conducting chemical exposure assessments, however, this task is now becoming a team effort taken on by scientists, businessmen, and policymakers Assessment of Chemical Exposures Calculation Methods for Environmental Professionals addresses the expanding scope of exposure assessments in both the workplace and environment It discusses the basics of gathering data and assessing exposure, including how to estimate exposure to chemicals using fundamental chemical engineering concepts The book opens with a brief discussion on the history of exposure assessments and provides terms and nomenclature needed for communications between various disciplines involved in exposure assessments The potential impact of chemical exposures on humans, the environment, and communities is discussed in detail The book also addresses modeling source generation, pathway transport, and receptor impact With the clear explanations presented in this text, even a novice will be able to practice the art of exposure assessment....
|Title||:||Assessment of Chemical Exposures: Calculation Methods for Environmental Professionals|
|Publisher||:||CRC Press 1 edition October 23, 1997|
|Number of Pages||:||456 pages|
|File Size||:||593 KB|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
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Assessment of Chemical Exposures: Calculation Methods for Environmental Professionals Reviews
Jack Daugherty has put a ton of effort into gathering lots of algorithms and relationships describing human exposure to chemicals. One would have to look in a numerous different places to come up with all the information concentrated in this one book. Anyone who models human exposure potential would benefit from owning it. Indeed, Chapters 8 and 9 are worth the price of the book.
"With the clear explanations presented in this text, even a novice will be able to practice the art of exposure assessment"