From US EPA. Includes data on over 500,000 chemicals. Provides access to information where available on acute and chronic toxicity, carcinogenicity, food safety, chemical manufacturing and use levels, risk management, and exposure data, and more.
Find chemical structure, nomenclature, toxicity, and physical property data.
A database of chemical compounds including chemical name, formula and properties. Results include basic information pertaining to the compound, 2D and 3D structures, as well as links to relevant journal articles. Another feature of the database is the SuperList, which provides information on whether the chemical substances is on federal and state regulatory agency lists." (ChemID)
UCB access only. Environmental, hazard, and medical information to facilitate the safe management and handling of chemicals, including the RTECS (Registry of Toxic Effects of Chemical Substances) database.
"The ChemKnowledge System is composed of many databases; only selected databases are accessible. Accessible databases include but are not limited to:
CHRIS (Chemical Hazard Response Information System)
HSDB (Hazardous Substances Data Bank)
IRIS (Integrated Risk Information System)
New Jersey Hazardous Substance Fact Sheets
RTECS (Registry of Toxic Effects of Chemical Substances)
After logging on with your @berkeley.edu email, you can search across databases, or select a specific database."
Promotes understanding about the effects of environmental chemicals on human health by integrating data from curated scientific literature to describe chemical interactions with genes and proteins, and associations between diseases and chemicals, and diseases and genes/proteins.
The National Library of Medicine's Environmental Health and Toxicology Portal provides a starting point for finding reliable information on toxicology, hazardous chemicals, environmental health, and toxic releases. This guide can help you select the right resource for your needs.
Peer-reviewed toxicology data for thousands of chemicals. Covers human exposure, industrial hygiene, emergency procedures, environmental fate, regulatory requirements, nanomaterials, and related areas.
Includes data on the toxicology of potentially hazardous chemicals. Data covers human exposure, industrial hygiene, emergency handling
procedures, environmental fate, regulatory requirements, properties,laboratory methods, and more. All data are referenced and derived from
books, government documents, technical reports and selected primary journal literature. [Also available at ChemKnowledge from RightAnswer. Note that access is limited to UC faculty, staff and students. Click the menu under Browse a Specific Data Source and select HSDB. Please LOG OFF when you are done.]
IRIS provides data on human health effects that may result from exposure to substances found in the environment. It includes chronic health hazard assessments for noncarcinogenic effects, including RfD and RfC, and carcinogenicty assessments for lifetime exposures.
Contains the chemical structures of small organic molecules and information on their biological activities. PubChem's chemical structure database may be searched on the basis of descriptive terms, chemical properties, and structural similarity. You may search for unique chemical structures or deposited structure records using text terms such as names, synonyms, keywords, or depositor-supplied identifiers, and for bioassay records using text terms from the bioassay description.
Information on toxic chemical releases and other waste management activities reported annually by certain covered industry groups as well as federal facilities." TRI lists amounts of accidental and intentional releases, including covert releases when known, of certain chemicals released to the environment.
Contains information on toxic chemical releases and other waste management activities reported annually by certain covered industry groups as well as federal facilities." TRI lists amounts of accidental and intentional releases, including covert releases when known, of certain chemicals released to the environment.
Data about environmentally regulated sites and facilities in California. Includes hazardous materials and waste, state and federal cleanups, impacted ground and surface waters, and toxic materials. Data export to csv.
CEHTP makes environmental health data and information publicly available through a web-based data query system, data displays, and web tools and services. Data available on asthma, drinking water, lead poisoning, pesticides, and more.
The STOrage and RETrieval and Water Quality eXchange, from US EPA is a repository for water quality, water monitoring, biological, and physical data. The Water Quality Exchange allows states, tribes and other data partners to submit and share water quality monitoring data via the web to the STORET Data Warehouse, from which anyone can browse and download monitoring data.
A repository for water quality, biological, and physical data used by state environmental agencies, EPA and other federal agencies, universities, and private citizens.
Works at the intersection of the social, natural, and information sciences, and specializes in online data and information management, spatial data integration, and interdisciplinary research related to human interactions in the environment. Links to a variety of datasets.
Covers biodiversity, emissions, and pollution. Other environmental indicators are under Agriculture & Rural Development, Energy & Mining, Infrastructure, and Urban Development. Can graph, map, and download datasets.