Supercourse Lectures provided by

Conrad Volz, DrPH, MPH, Department of Environmental and Occupational Health, Graduate School of Public Health, University of Pittsburgh  and Colleagues

Unexpected Results of Fish Consumption Focus Groups with Anglers in Southwestern Pennsylvania: Anglers As Environmental Reporters and Interpreters  Mercury, Arsenic and Selenium in Channel Catfish from the Allegheny, Monongahela and Ohio Rivers near Pittsburgh PA: Implications for metallotoxin source identification and fish consumption by local anglers 
Mercury, Arsenic and Selenium in White Bass fillet caught in the Allegheny and Monongahela Rivers near Pittsburgh PA; Comparisons with store-bought fish from Canadian Lake Erie  Use of a human breast cancer cell proliferation assay as an exposure assessment tool for total bioaccumulated xenoestrogens in channel catfish caught in Pittsburgh three rivers 
Exposure Assessment Defined   Exposure to Contaminants from Potable and/or Surface Water and/or Groundwater  
Exposure to Contiminants Via Water   Using Area Fish to Aid in Pollution Source Identification and Assess Exposure to Xenoestrogens, Mercury and other Elements 
Introduction to Exposure Measurements and Exposure and Dose Models  ASSESSING HUMAN EXPOSURES WITH BIOLOGICAL MARKERS  
CRESP Amchitka Expedition: A Model for Multi- and Interdisciplinary Research into Radionuclide Contamination of the Marine Environment A Chain of Causation: Regional Land and Water Management Problems to Tertiary Public Health, Social, and Economic Outcomes

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