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Fish Consumption Rates Technical Support Document - Version 2.0 FINAL

 
Publication number Date Published
12-09-058January 2013
VIEW NOW: Acrobat PDF format (Number of pages: 194) (Publication Size: 2717KB)
Note: VERSION 2.0 FINAL (January 2013)



Attachment A - Supplemental Information to Support the Fish Consumption Rates Technical Support Document (5 technical issue papers compiled July 20, 2012) (*titles of papers below)
(210 pages) (3MB)

Attachment B - Information Regarding the Release of Raw Data (August 2012)
(7 pages) (326KB)

Attachment C - Statistical Analysis of National and Washington State Fish Consumption Data: DRAFT
(54 pages) (2MB)

Attachment D- Review of Polissar (et al) by Dr. Casey Olives, University of Washington, Dept. of Biostatistics (September 25, 2012)
(7 pages) (433KB)

Attachment E - Director of Ecology Transmittal Letters (July 2012-Jan 2013)
(10 pages) (1MB)

Attachment F - Summary of Changes Made from Version 2.0 Public Review Draft to Version 2.0 Final (January 11, 2013)
(9 pages) (634KB)

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Author(s) Toxics Cleanup Program
Description Washington’s marine and fresh waters are home to rich stocks of finfish and shellfish, and these resources are vital to the well-being of the peoples of our state. Several years ago, Washington State Department of Ecology began work reviewing fish consumption rates as part of updating environmental cleanup regulations and subsequently produced draft Technical Support Documents (Version 1.0 and Version 2.0 Public Review Draft). Ecology received several hundred comments on the draft documents and made revisions based on input received. Ecology also performed additional analyses and gathered supplemental information to support preparation of this Version 2.0 Final, which is narrower in scope than Version 1.0 (Publication No. 11-09-050, September 2011).
NOTES: * Titles of papers in Attachment A: 1. Estimating Annual Fish Consumption Rates Using Data from Short-Term Surveys. 2. Recreational Fish Consumption Rates. 3. Health Benefits and Risks of Consuming Fish and Shellfish. 4. Chemical Contaminants in Dietary P
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Keywords response to comments, fish, shellfish, fish consumption
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