Worker Exposure to Agrochemicals: Methods for Monitoring and Assessment / Edition 1

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Overview

Even with all the information available, there still remains an intens e debate over what method - dermal deposition or biological monitoring - provides better results when measuring worker exposure. Researchers almost never realize the same results in concurrent experiments using both methods. The question is: which process is more accurate? Worker Exposure to Agrochemicals examines the effectiveness of both procedur es. Two chapters describe the simultaneous use of both methods and the ir outcome. The remaining chapters cover risk assessment, protective c lothing, Canadian dosimetry, "Jazzercise," a tiered approach to exposu re estimation, modeling reentry exposure, performing a dislodgeable re sidue study, and GLP requirements.

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Over the past three decades, various methods for determining the exposure of pesticides to agricultural workers have developed slowly, and gradually resolved into the two broad approaches of dermal deposition techniques and biological monitoring. These were long thought to be incompatible, but recent results from the two sides have been found to agree, and research is now veering toward using them in conjunction. In 11 papers from a spring 1996 gathering in New Orleans, scientists from North America and Europe report their research on such aspects as risk assessment, protective clothing, Canadian dosimetry, modeling re-entry exposure, and performing a dislodgeable residue study. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781566704557
  • Publisher: Taylor & Francis
  • Publication date: 9/28/2000
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 192
  • Product dimensions: 6.40 (w) x 9.50 (h) x 0.67 (d)

Table of Contents

Foreword - R.C. Honeycutt
Introduction - E.W. Day, Jr.
Biological Monitoring Methods for Pesticide Exposure Evaluation, M. Maroni, C. Colosio, A. Fait, and A. Panzacchi
Use of Simultaneous Biological Monitoring and Dermal Dosimetry Techniques to Determine the Exposure of Chlorpyrifos to Applicators and Reentry Workers, R. Honeycutt, M. Honeycutt, M. DeGeare, E. May, B. Houtman, B. Chen, B. Shurdurt, R. Nolan, J. Vaccaro, P. Murphy, and M. Bartels
Use of Probability and Distributional Analysis of Chlorpyrifos Worker Exposure Data for Assessment of Risks, E.W. Day, Jr., W.L. Chen, K.D. Schnelle, and B. Shurdurt
Human Dose Comparisons Utilizing Biomonitoring and Passive Monitoring of an Exposure Environment Following Surface Treatment with an Insecticide, J.R. Vaccaro, R.J. Nolan, and M.J. Bartels
Determination of the Efficiency for Pesticide Exposure Reduction with Protective Clothing - A Field Study Using Biological Monitoring, D. Brouwer, S.A.F. De Vreede, J.A. Meuling, and J.J. Van Hemmen
Operator Exposure Study with Cyromazine 75WP in Water Soluble Bags, J. Purdy
Pesticide Exposure Assessment: Jazzercise Activities to Determine Extreme Case Indoor Exposure Potential and In-use Biomonitoring, R.I. Krieger, T.M. Dinoff, J.H. Ross
Uniform Principles for Safeguarding the Health of Workers Reentering Crop Growing Areas after Application of Plant Protection Products, B. Krebs, W. Maasfeld, J. Schrader, and R. Wolf
Modeling Re-entry Exposure Estimates, D.H. Brouwer. M. de Haan, J.J. van Hemmen
A Foliar Dislodgeable Study of Curalan DF in Turf, S.C. Artz, J.R. Clark, and R.S. Kludas
Chemistry, GLPs and Worker Safety, D. Hill and P. Swidersky

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