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Files Related to Food Portion of the Revised Cumulative Risk Assessment

Information provided for informational purposes only

Note: This information is provided for reference purposes only. Although the information provided here was accurate and current when first created, it is now outdated.

This page contains brief descriptions and links to downloadable files used in OPP’s Revised OP Food Cumulative Assessment.

 The following paragraphs provide descriptions and downloadable linkages to files that are associated with the OP cumulative assessment for foods.  These files are in ZIP Format and require a decompression utility such as Stuffit or Winzip. The files are provided as-is and without guarantee. The documents may not be fully accessible using assistive technology. For this type of accessibility problem, please contact either Bill Wooge at (703) 308-8794 (wooge.william@epa.gov) or Kathleen Martin at (703) 308-2857 (martin.kathleen@epa.gov).

Cumulative Food Database.ZIP (12,210 KB ZIP file of MS Access database)

OPCRA-DEEM-input.ZIP (748 KB ZIP file of input data for DEEM-fcid)

OPCRA-DEEM-output.ZIP (36 KB ZIP file containing DEEM-fcid output)

CALENDEX files (286 KB ZIP file)

Description of files

OPCRA-DEEM-input.zip contains DEEM-FCID input files that were used for estimation of cumulative OP residues on food.

OPCRA-DEEM-output.zip contains two DEEM-FCID output (result) files from estimation of cumulative OP residues on food.

Baseline-OPCRA.AC7 is a text file that contains summary data on exposure distributions for 4 output distributions:

o     Children 1-2 years

o     Children 3-5

o     Adults 20-49 years

o     Adults 50+ years

Baseline-opcra.plt is a text file that contains complete exposure distributions for 4 output distributions

CumulativeFoodDatabase.zip contains OP-Cumulative-Food.mdb, which is a Microsoft Access 2000 Database. This database contains all of the source data that were used in estimating the cumulative OP residues on food commodities. Briefly, the major data tables are as follows:

Please note that this database was designed as a tool for use within the Agency and is being provided to the public on an as is basis. The queries, macros, and code modules contained therein were developed by the Agency for internal use in Microsoft Access and were generated as part of the development and analysis of the inputs to the DEEM program. Although the complete set of data and tools (in the form of queries, macros, and code) is being made available to the public for their use and scrutiny, it is being placed on the website with the understanding that those individuals without  training or experience with MS Access or databases in general may not be able to fully utilize all the material or reliably duplicate or reproduce OPP’s results.

There are seven regions of residential input files contained in the opcra-calendex-input.zip file. These residential input files were used to estimate residential oral, inhalation, and dermal routes of exposure. Regions A, B, C, D, E, F, and G are represented by the use of Calendex format input files.

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