Multiple approaches to assess human health risks from carcinogenic and non-carcinogenic metals via consumption of five fish species from a large reservoir in Turkey.

@article{Varol2018MultipleAT,
  title={Multiple approaches to assess human health risks from carcinogenic and non-carcinogenic metals via consumption of five fish species from a large reservoir in Turkey.},
  author={Memet Varol and Muhammet Raşit S{\"u}nb{\"u}l},
  journal={The Science of the total environment},
  year={2018},
  volume={633},
  pages={
          684-694
        }
}
Abstract Keban Dam Reservoir (KDR), located on the Euphrates River (Turkey), is an internationally important reservoir. In this study, levels of ten metals in 220 muscle samples of five fish species (mangar, common carp, Tigris scraper, Euphrates barbell and trout barb) taken from 11 sampling sites in the KDR were determined and compared with the results of previous studies carried out in other countries and Turkey. In addition, multiple approaches were used to assess human health risks from… CONTINUE READING