Environmental contaminants and human health in the Canadian Arctic.

  title={Environmental contaminants and human health in the Canadian Arctic.},
  author={Shawn G. Donaldson and Jay Van Oostdam and Constantine Tikhonov and Mark Feeley and Ben Armstrong and Pierre Ayotte and Olivier Boucher and W. W. Bowers and L Chan and Frederic Dallaire and Ren{\'e}e Dallaire and E Eric Dewailly and John O. Edwards and Grace M. Egeland and J. -L. Fontaine and Chris M. Furgal and Tara Leech and Eric Loring and Gina Muckle and Tanya L Nancarrow and Daria Pereg and Pierrich Plusquellec and Mary Potyrala and Olivier Receveur and Russel G Shearer},
  journal={The Science of the total environment},
  volume={408 22},
The third Canadian Arctic Human Health Assessment conducted under the Canadian Northern Contaminants Program (NCP), in association with the circumpolar Arctic Monitoring and Assessment Programme (AMAP), addresses concerns about possible adverse health effects in individuals exposed to environmental contaminants through a diet containing country foods. The objectives here are to: 1) provide data on changes in human contaminant concentrations and exposure among Canadian Arctic peoples; 2… CONTINUE READING