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    Local impacts, global sources: The governance of boundary-crossing chemicals
    with Valoree S. Gagnon and Emma S. Norman
    History of Science 54 (4): 443-459. 2016.
    Over the last half century, a multijurisdictional, multiscale system of governance has emerged to address concerns associated with toxic chemicals that have the capacity to bioaccumulate in organisms and biomagnify in food chains, leading to fish consumption advisories. Components of this system of governance include international conventions, laws enacted by nation states and their subjurisdictions, and efforts to adaptively manage regional ecosystems. Given that many of these compounds – inclu…Read more