412 Studies On Bioaccessibility and Bioavailability of Soil Metals Impacting Human Health: II

Oral Session
S11 Soils & Environmental Quality To improve risk assessment and decision making for metal contaminated sites with respect to human health, precise and predictive measures of bioavailability are needed. The goal of this symposium is to highlight research efforts that explore relationships of in-vivo animal studies with validated in-vitro bioaccessibility models to understand soil-metal bioavailability to human receptors.
Wednesday, October 24, 2012: 3:20 PM-4:10 PM
Duke Energy Convention Center, Room 237-238, Level 2

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Kirk Scheckel
3:25 PM
Bioavailability Measures for Arsenic in Gold Mine Tailings.
Shane D. Whitacre, The Ohio State University; Nicholas Basta, The Ohio State University; Valerie Mitchell, Department of Toxic Substances Control; Perry Myers, Department of Toxic Substances Control
3:40 PM
The Influence of the Physicochemical Parameters of An in Vitro Gastrointestinal Method On the Bioaccessibility of Arsenic and Other Trace Elements in Contaminated Soils.
Jamie Richey, Ohio State University; Nicholas Basta, Ohio State University; Shane D. Whitacre, The Ohio State University
3:55 PM
Bioaccessibility and Bioavailability of Inorganic Contaminants in Soil.
Cameron Ollson, Royal Military College of Canada; Iris Koch, Royal Military College of Canada; Kenneth J. Reimer, Royal Military College of Canada
4:10 PM