reference : Climate change and seafood safety: Human health implications

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Abstract Worldwide, anthropogenic climate change is now a reality and is already affecting the biology and ecology of some organisms, as well as several chemical pathways. Little is known about the consequences of climate change for the food system, particularly seafood, comprising all stages from "farm to fork" (mainly primary production, processing, transport and trading). In this context, the current review aims to elucidate climate change impacts on seafood safety and its human health implications. Both chemical and biological risks are foreseen to impair seafood safety in the future as a consequence of climate change; in particular, toxic metals, organic chemicals residues, algal toxins and pathogens of both humans and marine organisms. However, different species respond differently to such stresses. Public health authorities will face new challenges to guarantee seafood safety and to sustain consumers' confidence in eating seafood in a warmer world. (c) 2010 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.
Author Marques, A.; Nunes, M. L.; Moore, S. K.; Strom, M. S.
DOI 10.1016/j.foodres.2010.02.010
Date Aug
ISSN 1873-7145
Issue 7
Journal Food Research International
Keywords Climate change; Seafood; Harmful algal blooms; Pathogens; Trace metals; Organic chemicals; harmful algal blooms; mussel perna-viridis; invertebrates; corophium-volutator; vibrio-parahaemolyticus strains; gulf-of-mexico; mytilus-edulis; physiological-response; crassostrea-virginica; aquatic; invertebrates; embryonic-development
Language English
Notes Times Cited: 9 Marques, Antonio Nunes, Maria Leonor Moore, Stephanie K. Strom, Mark S. Northwest Fisheries Science Center; National Marine Fisheries Service; National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA); West Coast Center for Oceans and Human Health (WCCOHH); NOAA Oceans and Human Health Initiative M.S.S. and S.K.M. acknowledge the support of the Northwest Fisheries Science Center, National Marine Fisheries Service, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), and the West Coast Center for Oceans and Human Health (WCCOHH). WCCOHH is funded by the NOAA Oceans and Human Health Initiative, and this work is WCCOHH publication number X. Elsevier science bv Amsterdam Si
Pages 1766-1779
Title Climate change and seafood safety: Human health implications
Volume 43
Year 2010
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