SCIENTIFIC REPORTS 06/08/20 Heavy metals in commercial fish and seafood products and risk assessment in adult population in Bosnia and Herzegovina. Sample selection Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH) is a continental country with a narrow exit to the Adriatic Sea (Fig. 3).
Despite this fact, most fish and seafood eaten in BiH are bought in grocery stores, usually frozen or canned, probably because it is more easily accessible throughout the year. Thus, we purchased our samples (n = 37) from retail in June 2019. We chose different fish and seafood species widely available and consumed by the local population. TURKISH JOURNAL OF VETERINARY AND ANIMAL SCIENCES 06/04/20 Arsenic, cadmium, mercury, and lead in date mussels from the Sarajevo fish market (Bosnia and Herzegovina): a preliminary study on the health risks. INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ENVIRONMENTAL RESEARCH AND PUBLIC HEALTH 20/02/18 Heavy Metals in Notifications of Rapid Alert System for Food and Feed. Carpathian Journal of Earth and Environmental Sciences, July 2017, ANALYSIS AND HUMAN HEALTH RISK FROM SELECTED HEAVY METALS IN WATER, SEDIMENTS AND FRESHWATER FISH (LABEO ROHITA, CYPRINUS CARPIO, GLYPTOTHORAX PUNJABENSIS) COLLECTED FROM THREE RIVERS IN D.
JOURNAL OF THE SCIENCE OF FOOD AND AGRICULTURE 13/11/17 Heavy metal contamination, microbiological spoilage and biogenic amine content in sushi available on the Polish market. Int. J. Environ. Res. Public Health 2016, Assessment of Ecological Risk of Heavy Metal Contamination in Coastal Municipalities of Montenegro. TOXIN REVIEWS 06/09/16 Heavy metal concentration in muscle of pike (Esox lucius Linnaeus, 1758) from Anzali international wetland, southwest of the Caspian Sea and their consumption risk assessment. LACSMEDOCAINS - DEC 2016 - Présentation : Contamination polymétallique des Lacs AQuitains et impacts Humains (CLAQH) Marine Pollution Bulletin Available online 2 August 2016 Spatial and temporal analysis of the risks posed by polychlorinated biphenyl and metal contaminants in dab (Limanda limanda) collected from waters around England and Wales.
Open Access Highlights Metals and the ICES7 CB levels were analysed in the common dab Limanda limanda.
Results indicate that CB118 is above derived EAC at 22 out of 29 sampled stations. Cadmium is increasing significantly at six stations. Abstract The metals cadmium, mercury and lead, and the ICES7 CB levels were analysed in the common dab Limanda limanda to investigate whether concentrations of these determinants are at levels above established OSPAR assessment criteria around England and Wales. Keywords. PARLEMENT EUROPEEN - Réponse à question E-003743-16 Detention basins by the Seveso river — risks to the environment and to human health (métaux lourds) In 2009, ARPA Lombardia classified the water of the Seveso river as ‘poor quality and unsuitable for any kind of use’ owing to the presence of heavy metals (Ni, Hg and Zn).
The impact assessment carried out in 2014 on the plans to build detention basins in the municipality of Senago, which also revealed concentrations of hexavalent chromium (CrVI) over the legal limit, confirmed the ‘bad/poor’ state of the body of water north of Milan. The EIA (Decision No 1829/2015 of the Region of Lombardy) stipulates that the sediment in the basins must be removed once it has reached 30 cm in thickness. This does not, however, prevent CrVI from being released into the environment over long periods of time as a result of the continuous action of atmospheric agents, thereby releasing a carcinogenic substance as stated by the International Agency for Research on Cancer(IARC).
FOOD CHEMISTRY - 2014 - As, Cd, Hg and Pb in four edible shellfish species from breeding and harvesting areas along the eastern Adriatic Coast, Croatia. IFREMER - OCT 2014 - Trace element behaviour at cold seeps and the potential export of dissolved iron to the ocean. FRONTIERS IN PUBLIC HEALTH 04/02/15 Possible influence of natural events on heavy metals exposure from shellfish consumption: a case study in the north-east of Italy. INRA / CREST - 2004 - Probabilistic exposure assessment to food chemicals based on Extreme Value Theory.Application to heavy metals from Ösh and sea products. SOCIETE FRANCAISE D ECOLOGIE 27/04/15 Thèse: « Transfert des éléments traces chez la seiche Sepia officinalis en milieu côtier »
La seiche commune Sepia officinalis du Golfe de Gascogne présente un double intérêt : économique, en constituant une source significative de revenus pour les entreprises locales de Marennes-Oléron, et écologique, de part leur position centrale dans les réseaux trophiques côtiers.
En retour, cette espèce est fortement dépendante de la qualité des eaux littorales, des nourriceries et zones de croissance. Sur ce littoral, les seiches bénéficient de la forte productivité du milieu alors que paradoxalement, les conditions environnementales au sein de ces habitats sont particulièrement fluctuantes. Parmi elles, les variations des pressions partielles d’oxygène et de dioxyde de carbone (pO2 et pCO2) sont bien connues pour moduler le métabolisme des organismes à travers des perturbations des machineries digestives et de régulations acide-base et ioniques, ces dernières étant directement impliquées dans les mécanismes d’absorption des ions métalliques. The Science of the Total Environment - 1999 - Survey of metal levels in common fish species from Greek waters. Acta zool. bulg., 66 (2), 2014: 277-282 Trace Metal Effects on Gill Epithelium of Common Carp, Cyprinus carpio L. (Cyprinidae) (Bulgarie)
METAUX LOURDS EN MER DU NORD. Chemosphere 51 (2003) 633–642 Analysis and assessment of heavy metal pollution in suspended solids and sediments of the river Da. Bulletin of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology 11/10/11 Heavy Metals Concentrations in Fish from Sicily (Mediterranean S. Food Chemistry Volume 127, Issue 3, 1 August 2011, Determination of 20 trace elements in fish and other seafood from the French. Abstract The levels of 20 essential or toxic trace elements in 159 fish, other seafood and seafood products on the French coastal market collected between January and April 2005 were measured by ICP-MS.
The concentration ranges (mg/kg of fresh mass) for the elements determined were compared with previous studies. The contents of Co, Cu, Fe, Li, Mn, Se, Zn and Pb found in fish are close to or often lower than previous studies. For other seafood, comparison is difficult due to the lack of data on a more global scale. However, it should be noted that the contents of Ag were found considerably higher in this study.
Research highlights ► Occurrence data of the CALIPSO study completed for risk–benefit approach. ► Analysis by ICP-MS after microwave-assisted digestion. ► Results of 20 trace elements from 159 samples of the main seafood consumed by the French population. ► Comparison with results from the previous French and worldwide studies. Keywords Copyright © 2011 Elsevier Ltd. 156722. Institut de veille sanitaire. NUT2008sa0123.pdf (Objet application/pdf) Etude de la contamination de pectinidés (coquilles Saint-Jacques et pétoncles) par le cadmium, le mercure et le plomb dans quelques zones de pêche françaises.
Publication-2330.pdf (Objet application/pdf) FEDERATION DE HAUTE SAVOIE POUR LA PECHE - 2006 - Première évaluation de la contamination par les métaux lourds chez la truite c.
FEDERATION DE HAUTE SAVOIE POUR LA PECHE - 2006 - Première évaluation de la contamination par les métaux lourds chez la truite commune (Salmo trutta) sur le bassin de l’Arve – guatemalt
MERCURE ET PECHE EN EUROPE. Mer Méditerranée et métaux lourds. Chemosphere Available online 20 November 2012 Distribution and relationships of As, Cd, Pb and Hg in freshwater fish from five F. Abstract The concentrations of arsenic, cadmium, mercury and lead in 149 muscle samples of eight freshwater fish species (European eel, bream, common carp, European catfish, roach, perch, pike and pikeperch) from five different French fishing areas from contaminated and control sites were measured by inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometry after microwave digestion under pressure.
No significant correlation was found between the condition factor (CF), based on the length–mass relationship, and As, Cd and Pb levels in all the samples analysed, but a positive correlation was detected between CF and Hg levels (P < 0.0001, R = 0.49). Positive correlations with body length were only found for Hg in roach (P < 0.05, R = 0.32) and Pb in bream (P < 0.05, R = 0.48) and correlations with both body weight and length were also found for Hg in pike (P < 0.05, R = 0.90 and 0.86) and Cd in European eel (P < 0.01, R = −0.35 and −0.37). Highlights Keywords Copyright © 2012 Elsevier Ltd.