Korea is the second-largest cadmium producer with an annual production of 3200 metric tonnes of the metal. The third place is occupied by Japan followed by Kazakhstan, Canada, Mexico, Russia, Poland, India, United States, Netherlands, Germany, Peru, and Australia.
Cadmium livestock Western Australia, Cadmium Accumulation Australian Agriculture: National Symposium; Canberra ACT (Australia); 1 Mar 1988 / Simpson J Curnow W (ed.) Cadmium Accumulation Australian Agriculture: National Symposium Canberra, 1-2 March 1988; Canberra ACT, Australian Government Publishg Service, 1988. p. 140-146 Proceedgs - Australian Bureau of Rural Resources; no. 2; 5 tables, AB: (En).
A case study of cadmium Australia identifies products contag cadmium and their pathways through the Australian economy. Figure 3 presents the results of quantitative cadmium flow diagrams zc–lead (Fig. 3 a), coal (Fig. 3 b), copper (Fig. 3 c), iron and steel (Fig. 3 d), phosphate fertilisers (Fig. 3 e), gypsum (Fig. 3 f), limestone (Fig. 3 g) and nickel–cadmium batteries (Fig. 3 h).
Knowledge of the source and uptake mechanisms of cadmium oysters should lead to new management strategies to reduce cadmium levels farmed oysters. Graphical abstract Wild Blacklip Oyster from Northern Australia.
World production is around 14.000 tonnes per year, the ma producg country is Canada, with the USA, Australia, Mexico, JApan and Peru also beg the major suppliers. Health effects of cadmium Human uptake of cadmium takes place maly through food.