Human Biomonitoring of Environmental Chemicals in Canada and the Prairies by Darkhorse Analytics
Which environmental chemicals are most prevalent in the general population’s blood and urine? Which demographic groups have the most significant risk of exposure to environmental chemicals? The human environmental chemical biomonitoring application developed for the Alberta Environmental Public Health Information Network (AEPHIN) helps the citizens of Alberta learn about environmental factors that may be directly or indirectly impacting their overall health.
Citizens can quickly understand the most significant risk factors for their demographic group and visualize how the concentration of environmental chemicals has changed over the years across survey cycles. This interactive tool helps the government take targeted actions to reduce the concentration of harmful substances and measure the effectiveness of responses over time.