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Guidance on Sensory Testing and Monitoring of Seafood for Presence of Petroleum Taint Following an Oil Spill

By Reilly, Terriann I.

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Book Id: WPLBN0000660272
Format Type: PDF eBook
File Size: 1.67 MB.
Reproduction Date: 2005

Title: Guidance on Sensory Testing and Monitoring of Seafood for Presence of Petroleum Taint Following an Oil Spill  
Author: Reilly, Terriann I.
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Language: English
Subject: Science., Ecology & environment, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (U.S.)
Collections: National Oceanographic Data Center
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Publisher: Government Reference Publication

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Reilly, T. I. (n.d.). Guidance on Sensory Testing and Monitoring of Seafood for Presence of Petroleum Taint Following an Oil Spill. Retrieved from http://www.hawaiilibrary.net/


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Description: This document contains information regarding topics such as normative references, definitions, terminology, and references used in sensory testing for petroleum taint, and control graph for plotting and analyzing responses to triangle test for selection sensory assessors.

Table of Contents
Contents 1.0 Scope and Use of Guideline..............................................................................1 1.1 Introduction...............................................................................................1 1.2 Scope and use .........................................................................................2 1.3 A few words about terminology.................................................................3 2.0 Collection and Preservation of Seafood Samples for Sensory Evaluation .5 2.1 Introduction...............................................................................................5 2.2 Types of samples to be collected.............................................................5 2.3 Timing of sampling during the oil spill and cleanup..................................6 2.4 Handling samples during and after collection ..........................................7 2.5 Ready-to-use sampling kit........................................................................9 2.6 Chain of custody and ensuring validity and integrity of sensory samples................................................................................................9 2.6.1 Collecting seafood samples.....................................................9 2.6.2 Ensuring chain of custody (continuity of evidence)................10 2.6.3 Secure shipping of frozen samples........................................11 2.7 Statistical sampling requirements...........................................................12 2.7.1 Basic types of statistical sampling plans..................................12 2.7.2 Required sample sizes and presentation for sensory testing ...................................................................................13 2.8 Species-specific collection procedures...................................................14 2.8.1 Finfish......................................................................................14 2.8.2 Crustaceans and molluscan shellfish.......................................15 3.0 Selecting Appropriate Sensory Test Methods and Assessors ...................17 3.1 Introduction.............................................................................................17 3.2 Subjective vs. objective sensory testing ................................................17 3.2.1 Subjective testing ..................................................................17 3.2.2 Objective testing....................................................................18 3.3 Selecting a sensory approach ? general considerations........................18 3.3.1 What answers are required? .................................................18 3.3.2 Assessor type.........................................................................18

 

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