Accurately determining a person's exposures to environmental chemicals is a central challenge to evaluating potential health consequences of contaminants. Quantifying environmental contaminant bioavailability is one fundamental nexus for characterizing environmental exposure. Single-time collection grab samples generates an impossible number of complex samples to analyze analytically that are also too dilute to reasonable assess biological activity. Analysis of trapped local aquatic organisms such as fish or shellfish can be used to assess
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