Dietary Exposure Evaluation Model (DEEM) Errata List
DEEM-FCID is a dietary exposure model that is used to estimate exposure to pesticides in foods in the diets of the U.S. population. The software was developed by Durango Software, LLC and is based on food consumption data from the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey (NHANES), What We Eat in America (WWEIA). DEEM-FCID Version 4.02 is based on more recent food consumption data (2005-2010) than Version 3.18 (2003-2008). Additionally, Version 4.02 uses commodity codes for two groups (Tropical Fruits with edible peel, and Tropical Fruits without edible peel) as well as added the following commodities: flax seed, dragon fruit, prickly pear fruit, pomegranate juice and bee pollen.
- September 30, 2014: DEEM Version 4.02 and Calendex Version 10.00 available on the web
- March 19, 2013: DEEM Version 3.18 and Calendex Version 9.14 available on the web
- October 23, 2012: DEEM Version 3.18 is available internally
- September 17, 2012: DEEM Version 3.17 is available internally
- June 20, 2012: DEEM Version 3.16 is available internally
- June 1, 2012: DEEM Version 3.14 and Calendex Version 9 .13 is available internally