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Bioaccumulation
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Bioaccumulation refers to the accumulation of chemicals in wildlife and humans. Understanding bioaccumulation is essential to evaluating exposure and risk from substances to properly manage those substances. For more on SETAC’s initiatives in this area, surf the links below.

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Workshop Summary

Science-Based Guidance and Framework for the Evaluation and Identification of PBTs and POPs

Journal Articles

  • ET&C Critical Review: Dietary uptake models used for modeling the bioaccumulation of organic contaminants in fish. ET&C 27:755–777.