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Dioxin

Dioxin

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Publisher CRC Press Inc.
Year 01/02/2020
Edition First
Pages 228
Version hardback
Readership level College/higher education
Language English
ISBN 9781138047242
Categories Toxicology (non-medical), Environmental science, engineering & technology
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Dioxin - Environmental Fate and Health/Ecological Consequences offers a unique, and comprehensive coverage of dioxins and their congeners once they are released to the environment. The book provides readers with a systematic understanding of past and emerging sources of dioxins, current dioxins inventories and historical trends, fate and long-range transboundary atmospheric transport, human health, and ecological risk and regulatory perspective. Providing an excellent analysis of dioxin exposure through the food chain and impact on human health, it also documents the environmental implications of dioxins on ecological flora and fauna. The book offers readers a holistic understanding about dioxins, their atmospheric fate and transport, distribution in various environmental matrices and various routes and exposure pathways through which human beings are exposed to this persistent organic pollutant. It further offers an insight into the toxicological profile and mechanistic analysis of the onset of cancer, remediation technologies, and existing regulatory framework to deal with the problems associated with dioxins. The book will serve as an excellent resource to environmental professionals, particularly environmental toxicologists, environmental health professionals, remediation engineers, environmental regulatory agencies, policymakers, and environmental law professionals.

Dioxin

Table of contents

Occurrence, fate, and distribution of dioxin in the environment


1 Dioxin: history, environmental occurrence, and human health and ecological consequences
SUDARSHAN KURWADKAR


2 Atmospheric fate and transport of dioxins - persistent organic pollutants
SWATI BAJAJ, INDRAKANT KUMAR SINGH AND DILEEP KUMAR SINGH


3 Polychlorinated biphenyl in sediments of Subarnarekha River: levels, temporal and spatial distribution, feasible sources, and inventory
BALRAM AMBADE, BASANT SHUBHANKAR, SUDARSHAN KURWADKAR, AMIT KUMAR, SANTOSH KUMAR VERMA, SARITA GAJBHIYE MESHRAM, CHANDRASHEKHAR MESHRAM AND SONU KUMAR GOYAL


4 Ecological threats of dioxin in soil
GULNAZ T. JAVAN, CIGDEM YANGIN-GOMEC AND SHEREE J. FINLEY


5 Dioxin in food
PERUGINI MONIA AND DANIELA ZEZZA





Toxicity of dioxin: implication for human health & the environment


6 Dioxin - exposure routes, pathways, and human health implications
PALLEE SHREE, MOHIT KUMAR, INDRAKANT KUMAR SINGH AND DILEEP KUMAR SINGH


7 The epigenetic effects of dioxins
SIMONE O. HEYLIGER AND MARILYN D. SAULSBURY


8 Dioxins and cancer: detailed insight into the mechanism
GULNAZ JAVAN, SHEREE FINLEY, ASHIM MALHOTRA AND SHIVANI SONI


9 Ecological risk of dioxin exposure
KUSHNEET KAUR SODHI, MOHIT KUMAR, PALLEE SHREE, INDRAKANT KUMAR SINGH AND DILEEP KUMAR SINGH





Remediation of dioxin: past, present, and future


10 Dioxin, a serious environmental threat: methods of removal
GOMAA A.M. ALI, MILAD CHAHARDORI AND HAMIDREZA SADEGH


11 A review of health hazards and remediation techniques of dioxins
SADAF FATIMA AND MD. OSAID ALAM


12 Environmental risks and bioremediation of dioxins
MANDEEP DADHWAL, POONAM SHARMA AND INDRAKANT KUMAR SINGH

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