What types of adverse health effects might be caused by the problem?

Read “Cross-sectional Exposure Assessment of Environmental Contaminants in Churchill County, Nevada” by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (2003). Use this case study to complete the Exposure Assessment form.
Part 2: Risk Assessment Case Study
Read “Illness Associated with Drift of Chloropicrin Soil Fumigant Into a Residential Area – Kern County, California, 2003.” Use this case study to complete the Risk Assessment assignment.
Risk Assessment(50 points)Directions: Use the case study to provide answers to the following questions.Case Study:“Illness Associated with Drift of Chloropicrin Soil Fumigant into a Residential Area—Kern County, California, 2003,” located on p. 154 of the textbook1. Issue Identificationa. What is causing the identified problem?b. Why is the problem a problem?c. How was the problem initially identified?d. What are the public perceptions of the hazard?2. Hazard Identificationa. What types of adverse health effects might be caused by the problem?b. How quickly and for what duration might the problem be experienced?3. Dose Response Assessmenta. Evaluate both qualitative and quantitative toxicity information to estimate the incidence of adverse effects occurring in humans at different exposure levels.4. Exposure Assessment for the Relevant Populationa. Determine the frequency, magnitude, extent, duration, and character of exposures to the hazard.5. Risk Characterizationa. Detail the nature and potential incidence of effects for the exposure conditions described in the exposure assessment.
Exposure Assessment Case Study(50 points)Directions: After .homeworkminutes.com/question/view/91939/grand-canyon-hlt555-week-3-Exposure-and-Risk-Assessment#”>reading the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention case study, answer the following questions.Case Study:“Cross-sectional Exposure Assessment of Environmental Contaminants in Churchill County, Nevada” by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.t .cdc.gov/nceh/clusters/fallon/factsheet.pdf”>http://www.cdc.gov/nceh/clusters/fallon/factsheet.pdf1) Identify the agent:_____________________________________________________2) What type of agent is described?biologicalchemical3) Source:anthropogenic non-anthropogenicarea pointstationary mobileindoor outdoor4) Transport/carrier medium:airwatersoildustfood product item5) Exposure pathways:eating contaminated foodbreathing contaminated airtouching a contaminated surfacedrinking contaminated water6) Exposure concentration:mg/kg (food) mg/litre (water)ug/m3 (air) ug/cm3 (contaminated surfaces)% by weight fibres/m3 (air)7) Exposure route:inhalation dermal contactingestion multiple routes8) Exposure frequency:continuous intermittentcyclic randomrare9) Exposure duration:seconds minuteshours daysweeks monthsyears lifetime10) Exposure setting:occupational non-occupationalresidential non-residentialindoors outdoors11) Exposed population:general populationpopulation subgroupsindividuals12) Geographic scope:site specificlocal regionalnational international