TRV

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AcronymDefinition
TRVTraverse City (Amtrak station code; Traverse City, MI)
TRVTechnical Remote Viewing
TRVThermal Relief Valve (various companies)
TRVTest-Retest Variability
TRVTemporary Resident Visa (Canada)
TRVTobacco Rattle Virus
TRVThermostatic Radiator Valve
TRVToxicity Reference Value (ecology)
TRVTravelers Indemnity Company (insurance; various locations)
TRVTransient Recovery Voltage
TRVTerrain Relative Velocity (radar)
TRVTax Return Verification (various organizations)
TRVTrivandrum, India - Trivandrum (Airport Code)
TRVTank Recovery Vehicle
TRVTwo Rider Vehicle (type of All Terrain Vehicle)
TRVTransports Routiers de Voyageurs (French: Road Transport of Passengers)
TRVTotal Recoverable Volume (logging)
TRVTop Rank VIP
TRVTampered Random Variable
TRVTower Recovery Vehicle
TRVTotal Return Volatility
TRVTrivello Energy Corporation (Vancouver, BC, Canada)
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the applied toxicity reference values differed, the most recent REACH registration data was not used in that study, and a detailed analysis of outliers was not provided.
Minister for Health Sussan Ley confirmed today, as a first step, the appointment of an independent consultant to review the interim toxicity reference values for the chemicals per- and poly-fluorinated alkyl substances (PFAS) in drinking water.
Specific topics include the reproductive toxicity of mercury, cadmium, and arsenic; reproductive and developmental toxicity of organotin compounds; adverse effects of aluminum, uranium, and vanadium on reproduction and intrauterine development in mammals; intrauterine and reproductive toxicity of nutritionally essential metals; lead exposure and its effects on the reproductive system; impact of metals on ovarian function; epidemiological and occupational studies of metals in male reproductive toxicity; and use of metal reproductive toxicity data in selecting ecological toxicity reference values for small mammals inhabiting hazardous waste sites.
A HQ is calculated based on a model relating exposure dose (ED) to accepted media toxicity reference values (TRVs) for selected species representing end-point receptor niches, typically earthworms, shrews, and robins.