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Analysis of Contaminants in Edible Aquatic Resources

J. W. Kiceniuk

Analysis of Contaminants in Edible Aquatic Resources

General Considerations, Metals, Organometallics, Tainting, and Organics (Food Science and Tech)

by J. W. Kiceniuk

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Published by VCH Publishers .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Food & beverage technology,
  • Public health & preventive medicine,
  • Toxicology (non-medical),
  • Food Sanitation,
  • Technology & Industrial Arts,
  • Food Science,
  • Science/Mathematics,
  • Technology,
  • Marine Pollution,
  • Contamination

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages551
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8618271M
    ISBN 101560815280
    ISBN 109781560815280

    Transformation products (TPs) of organic contaminants in aquatic environments are still rarely considered in water quality and chemical risk assessment, although they have been found in concentrations that are of concern. Since many different TPs can potentially be formed in the environment and analytical standards are typically lacking for these compounds, knowledge on the . AMOUNTS OF HEAVY METALS IN BALTIC COD MEAT Viktoras Liorancas*, Jelena Andriejauskiene without let-up through the land resources and promoting the development of Analysis of contaminants in edible aquatic resources. VCH Publishers, pp. 91– Staniškien ė, B., Matusevi čius, P., Budreckien ė, R., Sinkevi čien ė, I. (

    In practice, it means reducing the spoilage rate as much as possible, preventing contamination with undesirable microorganisms, substances and foreign bodies and avoiding physical damage of edible parts. The immediate effect of fish handling procedures (e.g., washing, gutting, chilling) on quality can easily be assessed by sensory methods.   The aquatic environment makes up the major part of our environment and resources. Therefore, its safety is directly related to human health. The excessive contamination of aquatic ecosystems has evoked major environmental and health concerns worldwide (McNeil and Fredberg ) because the aquatic environment is the ultimate recipient of pollutants produced by natural and .

    Finally, this Report intends to address itself to the contamination and depletion of aquatic ecosystems and all of their components, including fish, shellfish, marine invertebrates, aquatic plants, and wildlife. This Report often refers simply to “fish” or “aquatic resources”. , J W Kiceniuk, S Ray, Analysis of contaminants in edible aquatic resources As a result, observations of nontin peaks and high background are possible during selected ion monitoring of .


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Analysis of Contaminants in Edible Aquatic Resources by J. W. Kiceniuk Download PDF EPUB FB2

Analysis of Contaminants in Edible Aquatic Resources: General Considerations, Metals, Organometallics, Tainting, and Organics (Food Science and Tech) by J.

Kiceniuk (Author), S. Ray Cited by: 3. This comprehensive reference work, on all aspects of contaminants analysis of edible aquatic products, covers aspects from initial sampling to storage prior to consumption.

It aims to support and facilitate the efforts of chemists who routinely analyze fish and related products. Analysis of contaminants in edible aquatic resources: general considerations, metals, organometallics, tainting, and organicsAuthor: J.W.

(ed.) Kiceniuk and S. (ed.) Ray. Book review Full text access J.W. Kiceniuk and S. Ray (eds.), Analysis of contaminants in edible aquatic resources: General considerations, metals, organometallics, tainting, and organics: VCH, New York, (ISBN 1- ).

xiii + pp. price DM/ £ In: Analysis of contaminants in edible aquatic resources – General considerations: metals, organometallics, tainting and organics. VCH Publishers, USA. p [ 29 ]Cited by: Probable source of these contaminants include dredged river sediments and hydroelectric dams, and the proper management of each may reduce the amount of contaminants released into the Columbia.

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