List of Publications and Presentations from the Canadian Total Diet Studies
Tittlemier A, Pepper K, Seymour C, Moisey J, Bronson R, Cao X-L, Dabeka R W (2007) Dietary Exposure of Canadians to Perfluorinated Carboxylates and Perfluorooctane Sulfonate via Consumption of Meat, Fish, Fast Foods, and Food Items Prepared in Their Packaging. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry. 55, 3203-3210.
Tittlemier A, Pepper K, Edwards L (2006) Concentrations of Perfluorooctanesulfonamides in Canadian Total Diet Study Composite Food Samples Collected between 1992 and 2004. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry, 54, 8385-8369.
Rawn DFK, Cao X-L, Doucet J, Davies DJ, Sun W-F, Dabeka RW, Newsome H (2003) Canadian Total Diet Study in 1998: pesticide levels in foods from Whitehorse, Yukon, Canada, and corresponding dietary intake estimates. Submitted.
Dabeka RW, McKenzie AD, Bradley P (2003) Survey of total mercury in total diet food composites and estimation of the dietary intake of mercury by Canadian adults and children: 1998 and 2000. Food Additives and Contaminants, in press.
Newsome WH, Doucet J, Davies D, Sun WF (2000) Pesticide residues in the Canadian Market Basket Survey - 1992 to 1996. Food Additives and Contaminants, 17 (10), 847-854.
Newsome WH and Ryan JJ (1999) Toxaphene and other chlorinated compounds in human milk from northern and southern Canada: a comparison. Chemosphere, 39, 519-526.
Newsome WH, Davies DJ, Sun WF (1998) Residues of polychlorinated biphenyls (PCB) in fatty foods of the Canadian diet. Food Additives and Contaminants, 15(1), 19-29.
Ryan JJ, Beaudoin N, Mills P, and Patry B (1997) Dioxin-like compounds in total diet food, Canada 1992-93. Organohalogen Compounds, 32, 229-232.
Dabeka RW and McKenzie AD (1995) Survey of lead, cadmium, fluoride, nickel, and cobalt in food composites and estimation of dietary intakes of these elements by Canadians in 1986-1988. J. of AOAC International, 78(4), 897-909.
Page DB, Lacroix GM (1995) The occurrence of phthalate ester and di-2-ethylhexyl adipate plasticizers in Canadian packaging and food sampled in 1985-1989: a survey. Food Additives and Contaminants, 12(1), 129-151.
Newsome WH, Davies D, and Doucet J (1995) PCB and organochlorine pesticides in Canadian human milk. Chemosphere, 30, 2143-2153.
Mes J (1994) Temporal changes in some chlorinated hydrocarbon residue levels of Canadian breast milk and infant exposure. Environmental Pollution, 84, 261-268.
Dabeka RW, McKenzie AD, Lacroix GMA, Cleroux C, Bowe S, Graham RA, Conacher BS, Verdier P (1993) Survey of arsenic in total diet food composites and estimation of the dietary intake of arsenic by Canadian adults and children. J. AOAC International, 76(1), 14-25.
Conacher HBS, Mes J (1993) Assessment of human exposure to chemical contaminants in foods. Food Additives and Contaminants, 10(1), 5-15.
Conacher HBS, Andrews P, Newsome WH, and Ryan JJ (1993) Chemical contaminants in the food Supply: research in a regulatory setting. Reviews in Analytical Chemistry - Euroanalysis VIII Ed D. Littlejohn and D. Thornburn Burns. The Royal Society of Chemistry: 54-69 Sept, 1993
Mes J, Davies DJ, Doucet J, Weber D, and McMullen E (1993) Specific polychlorinated biphenyl congener distribution in breast milk of Canadian woman. Environmental Technology, 14, 555-565.
Ryan JJ, Lizotte R, Panopio LG, Shewchuk C, Lewis DA, and Sun WF (1993) Polychlorinated dibenzo-p-dioxins (PCDDs) and polychlorinated dibenzofurans (PCDFs) in Human Milk Samples collected in 1986-7. Food Additives and Contaminants, 10, 419-428.
Dabeka RW and McKenzie AD (1992) Total diet study of lead and cadmium in food composites: preliminary investigations. J. AOAC International, 75(3), 386-394.
Ryan JJ, Shewchuk C, Lau B P-Y, Sun WF (1992) Polychlorinated dibenzo-p-dioxins and polychlorinated dibenzofurans in Canadian bleached paperboard milk containers (1988-1989) and their transfer to fluid milk. J. Agric. Food Chem., 40, 919-923.
Mes J and Malcom S (1992) Comparison of Chlorinated Hydrocarbon Residues in Human Populations from the Great Lakes and other Regions of Canada. Chemosphere, 25, 417-424.
Mes J, Newsome WH, Conacher HBS (1991) Levels of specific polychlorinated biphenyl congeners in fatty foods from five Canadian cities between 1986 and 1988. Food Additives and Contaminants, 8, 351-361.
Ryan JJ, Panopio LG, Lewis DA, Weber DF (1991) Polychlorinated dibenzo-p-dioxins and polychlorinated dibenzofurans in cow's milk packaged in plastic-coated bleached paperboard containers. J. Agric. Food Chem., 39, 218-223.
Dabeka RW and McKenzie AD (1990) Aluminium levels in Canadian infant formulae and estimation of aluminium intakes from formulae by infants 0-3 months old. Food Additives and Contaminants, 7, 275-282.
Conacher HBS, Graham RA, Newsome WH, Graham GF, Verdier P (1989) The Health Protection Branch total diet program: an overview. J. Inst. Can. Sci. Technol. Aliment., 22(4), 322-326.
Mes J, Newsome WH, Conacher HBS (1989) Determination of some specific isomers of polychlorinated biphenyl congeners in fatty foods of the Canadian diet. Food Additives and Contaminants, 6(3), 365-375.
Dabeka RW (1989) Survey of lead, cadmium, cobalt and nickel in infant formulas and evaporated milks and estimation of dietary intakes of the elements by infants 0-12 months old. Science of the Total Environment, 89, 279-289.
Dabeka RW and McKenzie AD (1988) Lead and cadmium levels in commercial infant foods and dietary intake by infants 0-1 year old. Food Additives and Contaminants, 5, 333-342.
Dabeka RW, McKenzie AD, Lacroix GMA (1987) Dietary intakes of lead, cadmium, arsenic and fluoride by Canadian adults: a 24-hour duplicate diet study. Food Additives and Contaminants, 4(1), 89-102.
McLeod HA, Smith DC, Bluman N (1980) Pesticide residues in the total diet in Canada, V: 1976-1978. J. Food safety, 2, 141-164.
Smith DC, Leduc R, Tremblay L (1975) Pesticide residues in the total diet in Canada. IV. 1972 and 1973. Pesticide Science, 6, 75-82.
Smith DC, Leduc R, Charbonneau C (1973) Pesticide residues in the total diet in Canada. III - 1971. Pesticide Science, 4, 211-214.
Smith DC, Sandi E, Leduc R (1972) Pesticide residues in the total diet in Canada. II - 1970. Pesticide Science, 3, 207-210.
Smith DC (1971) Pesticide residues in the total diet in Canada. Pesticide Science, 2, 92-96.
Cao X-L, Dabeka RW, Lawrence J, Doucet, J, Sun W, Robertson P, and Davies D (2002) Levels in foods and dietary intakes of pesticide residues from Canadian Total Diet Study in 1998. Presented as poster in the 116th AOAC International Annual Meeting, September 22-26, 2002, Los Angeles, California, USA.
Cao X-L, Dabeka RW, Doucet J, Sun W, and Davies D (2002) Levels in foods and dietary intakes of polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs) from Canadian Total Diet Study in 1998 and 1999. Presented as poster in the 116th AOAC International Annual Meeting, September 22-26, 2002, Los Angeles, California, USA.
Ryan JJ and Patry B (2001) Body burdens and exposure from food for polybrominated diphenyl ethers (BDE's) in Canada. Second International Workshop on Brominated Flame Retardants, WHO/Swedish Ministry of the Environment/Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences. Stockholm. May 14-16, 2001
Dabeka RW (2000) High-sensitivity cold vapor atomic absorption spectrometric determination of total mercury in foods after a low-temperature digestion. Presented at Annual Meeting of the Federation of Analytical Chemistry and Spectroscopy Societies, Nashville, TN, Sept. 24-29, 2000.
Dabeka RW (2000) Canadian total diet and child health surveillance studies. Poster presentation given at Annual Meeting of the Canadian Federation of Biological Societies, 2000 HPB Science Forum: June 22, 2000, Ottawa Congress Centre, Ottawa.
Dabeka RW (1999) 1992-1996 Canadian Market Basket Study. Presentation to Kansas City International Workshop on Total Diet Studies, July 24-30, 1999 [Topic dealt with design of study rather than results.]
Dabeka RW (1999) Sample concentrations below the detection limit - Discussion Document. Oct. 18, 1999. Submitted to FAO/WHO. [This report, requested by the FAO/WHO, critiques the current international proposal to introduce fudge factors when reporting analytical concentrations below the limit of detection for the FAO/WHO international databank and total diet studies. Alternative reporting procedures were presented.]
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