probabilistic risk assessment for high-end consumers of seafood on the northeastern gulf coast - oil spill pads

by:Demi     2019-09-15
probabilistic risk assessment for high-end consumers of seafood on the northeastern gulf coast  -  oil spill pads
Deepwater Horizon oil spill (April 20, 2010)
Raised concerns about the safety of seafood in the Bay.
Communities are skeptical about the government's risk assessment because they do not take into account the increase in seafood consumption in coastal areas.
The purpose of this study is to conduct a probabilistic risk assessment based on high consumption
The ultimate consumer of Bay seafood.
We used seafood consumption data from five communities in the northeast of the Gulf of Mexico.
The present study collected the fin fish, shrimp, blue crab and oysters from these communities and analyzed the multi-core aromatic hydrocarbons in their tissues (PAHs).
Use of population-probability risk assessment
Specific seafood consumption rates and weight of commercial fishermen, leisure fishermen and Filipinos
American CommunityFor non-
The cancer impact of these target populations, the 95-percent risk quotient, is between 1. 84E−04to5.
39e-03 is suitable for all kinds of seafood.
The total consumption of seafood is between 95 percentile risk index and 3. 45E−03 to 8. 41E−03.
According to the total consumption of seafood, the Philippines-
Commercial and recreational fishermen follow suit.
Despite the high consumption rate, but for the high
The final consumers targeted in this study were two to three orders of magnitude lower than the regulatory limit of 1.
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