Safe to Eat Workgroup Relevant Literature

See below for relevant literature, white papers, reports, etc. related to bioaccumulation. Readers can view or download literature via the publisher’s page, which is provided in the “Publisher” column in the table below.

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1996 James Allen M., Velez P. V., Diehl D. W., McFadden S. E., Keish, M. Demographic variability in seafood consumption rates among recreational anglers of Santa Monica Bay, California, in 1991-1992 Fishery Bulletin
2001 Environmental Health Investigations Branch, California Department of Health Services, Impact Assessment, Incorporated San Francisco Bay seafood consumption report
Executive Summary
San Francisco Estuary Institute (SFEI)
2004 CIC Research, Inc., Stratus Consulting, Inc. A survey on recreational and subsistence fishing in Southern California coastal waters United States Environmental Protection Agency (US EPA)
2008 James Allen M., Jarvis E. T., Raco-Rands V., Lyon G., Reyes J. A., Petschauer, D. M. Extent of fishing and fish consumption by fishers in Ventura and Los Angeles country watersheds in 2005 Southern California Coastal Water Research Project (SCCWRP)
2010 Pomeroy C., Thomson C. J., Stevens M. M. California’s North Coast Fishing Communities Historical Perspective and Recent Trends California Sea Grant College Program
2010 Shilling F., White A., Lippert L., Lubell M. Contaminated fish consumption in California’s Central Valley Delta Environmental Research
2011 The Sierra Fund Gold Country angler survey: a pilot study to assess mercury exposure from sport fish consumption in the Sierra Nevada
Executive Summary
The Sierra Fund
2014 Shilling F., Negrette A., Biondini L., Cardenas S. California Tribes Fish-Use State Water Resources Control Board
2017 Steinberg S. J., Moore S. San Diego Bay fish consumption study: identifying fish consumption patterns of anglers in San Diego Bay Southern California Coastal Water Research Project (SCCWRP)
2018 Kalt J., Taylor R. Mercury testing of sport/food fishes within Humboldt Bay Humboldt Baykeeper
2018 Seelos M. Santa Clara County Angler Survey Santa Clara Valley Water District
2020 Mason E. T., Kellum A. N., Chiu J. A., Waltz G. T., Murray S., Wendt D. E., Starr R. M., Semmens B. X. Long-term participation in collaborative fisheries research improves angler opinions on marine protected areas PeerJ
2020 Gerson J. R., Walters D. M., Eagles-Smith C. A., Bernhardt E. S., Brandt J. E. Do Two Wrongs Make a Right? Persistent Uncertainties Regarding Environmental Selenium –Mercury Interactions Environmental Science & Technology
2021 McLaughlin K., Davis J., Bonnema A., Du B., Ichikawa G., Jakl W., Heim W., Schiff K. Regional assessment of contaminant bioaccumulation in sport fish tissue in the Southern California Bight, USA Marine Pollution Bulletin

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