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01 4.0 4.4.2

4. LEVELS OF CDD, CDF, AND PCB CONGENERS IN ENVIRONMENTAL

4.1. INTRODUCTION 4-1

4.2. CONCENTRATIONS IN SOIL 4-2

4.2.1. North American Data 4-2

4.2.2. European Data 4-4

4.2.3. Soil Summary 4-5

4.3. CONCENTRATIONS IN WATER 4-6

4.3.1. North American Data 4-6

4.3.2. European Data 4-7

4.3.3. Water Summary 4-7

4.4. CONCENTRATIONS IN SEDIMENT 4-8

4.4.1. North American Data 4-8

4.4.2. European Data 4-11

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02 4.4.3 4.6.1

4.4.3. Sediment Summary 4-13

4.5. CONCENTRATIONS IN FISH AND SHELLFISH 4-13

4.5.1. North American Data 4-14

4.5.2. European Data 4-18

4.5.3. Fish Summary 4-20

4.6. CONCENTRATIONS IN FOOD PRODUCTS 4-22

4.6.1. Migration of CDD/CDF from Paper Packaging Into Food 4-23

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03 4.6.2 4.6.4

4.6.2. U.S. Food 4-25

4.6.3 European Food 4-38

4.6.4 Canadian Food 4-41

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04 4.7 REF

4.7. CONCENTRATIONS IN AIR 4-41

4.7.1. U.S. Data 4-44

4.7.2. European Data 4-45

4.7.3. Air Summary 4-47

4.8. TEMPORAL TRENDS 4-48

4.9. SUMMARY OF CDD/CDF LEVELS IN ENVIRONMENTAL MEDIA AND FOOD 4-50

4.10. MECHANISMS FOR ENTRY OF CDD/CDFS INTO THE FOOD CHAIN 4-57

REFERENCES FOR CHAPTER 4 4-60

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