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SCRAM: A scoring and ranking system for persistent, bioaccumulative, and toxic substances for the North American Great Lakes

Part I: Structure of the scoring and ranking system (ESPR No. 1, 2000) Part II: Bioaccumulation potential and persistence (ESPR No. 2, 2000) Part III: Acute and subchronic or chronic toxicity (ESPR No. 3, 2000) Part IV: Results from representative chemicals, sensitivity analysis, and discriminatory power (ESPR No. 4, 2000)

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Correspondence to Erin M. Snyder.

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The scoring and ranking system in the form of a Lotus 12397 spreadsheet and a description of its use are available on the Internet athttp:// www.epa.gov/toxteam/pbtrept/

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Snyder, E.M., Snyder, S.A., Giesy, J.P. et al. SCRAM: A scoring and ranking system for persistent, bioaccumulative, and toxic substances for the North American Great Lakes. Environ. Sci. & Pollut. Res. 7, 219 (2000). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF02987351

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Keywords

  • Bioaccumulation
  • Great Lake
  • Great Lake Region
  • Make Management Decision
  • International Joint Commission