Environmental Epidemiology 

Environmental epidemiology is the branch of public health that deals with environmental conditions and hazards that may pose a risk to human health. Environmental epidemiology identifies and quantifies exposures to environmental contaminants; conducts risk assessments and risk communication; provides surveillance for adverse health effects; and provides health-based guidance on levels of exposure to such contaminants.

Other Resources and Information

Mercury and Fish in Arkansas Program

Fish Consumption Notice - Mercury in Fish
Mercury and Fish in Arkansas
Lake Ouachita Fish Consumption Advisory QA
Fish Consumption Advisory Issued for Lake Ouachita
Mercury in Fish Advisory Removed for Lake Monticello (Drew County)


Fact Sheet
Guidance for Mold Cleanup

Ozone Information