1. After reading the Watchperson Project described by Corburn, briefly explain how traditional risk assessment would likely have been limited in its ability to identify cumulative exposures from subsistence sh diets.
2. Soloman explains, “These different approaches to cumulative impacts analysis are illustrated by six widely used approaches: biomonitoring, health risk assessment, ecological risk assessment, health impact assessment, burden of disease, and mapping of cumulative impacts.” After reading this article, pick one of these approaches and explain why it is particularly well suited to assess cumulative impacts. An example may help to illustrate your point.
Each question is for a different article, I attached both articles.