DBCP


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DBCP

(organic chemistry)
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This essay reports on the main findings of a study sponsored by the DBCP under the framework of the pilot project called "Evaluation of the Impact of Sea Level Atmospheric Pressure Data over the Ocean from Drifting Buoys on Numerical Weather Prediction Models" (PP-SLP), and it is meant to raise awareness among the oceanographic and atmospheric communities of the role of the global drifter array in supporting NWP and climate services.
on this earth where an individual poisoned by DBCP may have his or her
Dole Food and Gibson Dunn partnered to put an end to meritless DBCP litigation against the company, and with this victory that end is here," Neuman told WIPL.
Azoospermia and oligospermia among a large cohort of DBCP applicators in 12 countries.
El DBCP tiene una historia oscura en cuanto a su uso y aplicacion en las plantaciones bananeras y sus efectos nocivos para la salud humana.
After the DBCP situation, OCAW and other groups pushed through "Right to Know legislation: the Federal Hazards Communication Act.
20, a federal judge in Miami ruled that Dole doesn't have to pay a $97 million judgment a Nicaraguan court levied four years ago in favor of 150 plaintiffs who alleged DBCP injuries.
The DBCP use itself dates back more than three decades, and the only footage of the conditions described hails from an old movie ("Bananeras," directed by Yamiro Lacago), which better represents the kind of workplace expose "Bananas
dicloropropano y dicloropropeno), DBCP (1,2-dibromo 3-cloropropano) y Vapan (N-Metil ditiocarbamato de sodio), aunque los nematodos son resistentes a estos tratamientos, por lo cual es mejor utilizar variedades resistentes a ellos, como las variedades Lahontan, AS-13R y Washoe.
It allegedly called for Sodefel, which owned and operated the plantations, to grow fruit according to Dole Food's specifications; these included the use of DBCP produced by Dow Chemical Company, Shell Oil Company or AMVAC Chemical Corporation (collectively Defendants).
5 million in damages after working with the pesticide DBCP on Dole Food Company's banana plantations left farm workers sterile.