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The EVISA Link database contains information about all aspects of uranium speciation:
- uranium species determination (analytical methods etc)
- toxicity and biological activity of different uranium species
- distribution and fate of uranium species in the environment
- mobility, bioavailability and bioaccumulation of uranium species
- Research groups and their projects related to the chemical speciation of U
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EFSA: Metals as contaminants in food
Metals such as arsenic, cadmium, lead and mercury are natural occurring chemical compounds. They can be present at various levels in the environment, e.g. soil, water and atmosphere. Metals can also o...

EFSA: Scientific Opinion on Uranium in Food, in particular mineral water
Summary This opinion, published on 29th May 2009, replaces the earlier version published on 28th April 2009 [1]. The ...

EFSA: Uranium in foodstuffs, in particular mineral water [1]
Adopted: 25 March 2009 Summary  (0.1Mb) ...

Encyclopedia of Earth: Public Health Statement for Uranium
Content Partners: Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry (other articles) and National Center for Environmental Health (other articles) Article Topics: Consumer issues, Environmental h...

Encyclopedia of Earth: Public Health Statement for Uranium
Content Partners: Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry (other articles) and National Center for Environmental Health (other articles) Article Topics: Consumer issues, Environmental h...

Environmental Contaminants Encyclopedia: Uranium
Irwin, R.J., M. VanMouwerik, L. Stevens, M.D. Seese, and W. Basham. 1997. Environmental Contaminants Encyclopedia. National Park Service, Water Resources Division, Fort Collins, Colorado. Distributed ...

FHPR: Depleted Uranium Information
Force Health Protection & Readiness maintains this Web site to provide a source of readily accessible information on depleted uranium (DU) to Service members and their families, other Federal agen...

Guidelines for drinking water Quality: Second edition
Between 1993 and 1997, the World Health Organization (WHO) published the second edition of Guidelines for drinking-water quality in three volumes: Volume 1, Recommendations, in 1993, Volume 2, Health ...

Health Canada: Water Quality: Uranium
Table of ContentsGuideline Identity, Use and Sources in the Environment Analytical Methods and Treatment Technology Exposure Health Effects Absorption, Distribution and Excretion Effects in Humans Tox...

International Depleted Uranium Study Team
MISSIONSTATEMENT To disseminate information and coordinate advocacy efforts worldwide; To bring about a total ban on weapons that contain depleted uranium. Damacio Lopez - Founder & Director;...

International Depleted Uranium Study Team
MISSIONSTATEMENT To disseminate information and coordinate advocacy efforts worldwide; To bring about a total ban on weapons that contain depleted uranium. Damacio Lopez - Founder & Director;...

Materials Safety Data Sheets
MSDSprovider - Free Materials Safety Data Sheets and More. MSDSprovider.com is a reliable MSDS resource supplying free, up-to-date MSDSs to the public. For MSDS coordin...

Metal Speciation Toxicokinetics Database: Uranium
    Uranium (U) Directory Click on the following links to learn more about the various aspects of Uranium in terms of it's influence on toxicokine...

Metal Speciation Toxicokinetics Database: Uranium
    Uranium (U) Directory Click on the following links to learn more about the various aspects of Uranium in terms of it's influence on toxicokine...

NebGuide: Uranium in Drinking Water
SummaryUranium is a naturally occuring element present in rocks and soil. Water passing thrrough and over geologic formations can dissolve uranium. The result is that uranium can be present in some wa...



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