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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell on behalf of the Society for Risk Analysis

Volume 29, Number 5, May 2009

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A Model of Exposure to Rotavirus from Nondietary Ingestion Iterated by Simulated Intermittent Contacts
pp. 617-632(16)
Authors: Julian, Timothy R.; Canales, Robert A.; Leckie, James O.; Boehm, Alexandria B.

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Time-Dose-Response Models for Microbial Risk Assessment
pp. 648-661(14)
Authors: Huang, Yin; Haas, Charles N.

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Uncertainty Analysis Based on Probability Bounds (P-Box) Approach in Probabilistic Safety Assessment
pp. 662-675(14)
Authors: Karanki, Durga Rao; Kushwaha, Hari Shankar; Verma, Ajit Kumar; Ajit, Srividya

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Analyzing the Homeland Security of the U.S.-Mexico Border
pp. 699-713(15)
Authors: Wein, Lawrence M.; Liu, Yifan; Motskin, Arik

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Efficacy of Risk-Based, Culturally Sensitive Ogaa (Walleye) Consumption Advice for Anishinaabe Tribal Members in the Great Lakes Region
pp. 729-742(14)
Authors: DeWeese, Adam D.; Kmiecik, Neil E.; Chiriboga, Esteban D.; Foran, Jeffery A.

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The Role of Trust in the Affective Evaluation of Novel Risks: The Case of CO2 Storage
pp. 743-751(9)
Authors: Midden, Cees J. H.; Huijts, Nicole M. A.

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An Integrated Methodology for Assessment and Selection of the Project Risk Response Actions
pp. 752-763(12)
Authors: Seyedhoseini, Seyed Mohammad; Noori, Siamak; Hatefi, Mohammad Ali

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