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Record #164275:

The deposition of airborne dioxin emitted by North American sources on ecologically vulnerable receptors in Nunavut / Barry Commoner, Paul Woors Bartlett, Kimberly Couchot, Eisel, Holger.

Title: The deposition of airborne dioxin emitted by North American sources on ecologically vulnerable receptors in Nunavut / Barry Commoner, Paul Woors Bartlett, Kimberly Couchot, Eisel, Holger.
Author(s): Commoner, Barry.
Woors Bartlett, Paul.
Couchot, Kimberly.
Date: 2002.
Publisher: Montreal ; McGill-Queen's University Press
In: Northern lights against POPs : combatting toxic threats in the Arctic. (2002.),
Abstract: Reports studies by Center for the Biology of Natural Systems following evidence that Arctic food chains were particularly vulnerable to these chemicals entering the food chain when reindeer feed on lichens and marine mammals feed on algae. Identifies major sources of dioxins, which are dominated by municipal incineration of waste and backyard burning in the United States and southern Canada.
Notes:

In: Northern lights against POPs : combatting toxic threats in the Arctic / David Leonard Downie, Terry Fenge, eds.

Keywords: 502 -- Environmental issues.
504.054(203) -- Pollution, air.
641.3 -- Country food.
F -- Biological sciences.
(*41) -- Canada.
(*440.2) -- Nunavut.
SPRI record no.: 164275

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