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Publisher: Elsevier

Volume 78, Number 1, 3 November 2000

Risk assessment and environmental policy making
pp. ix-xiv(6)
Authors: Amendola7, A.; Wilkinson8, D.R.

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Integrating human health and ecological concerns in risk assessments
pp. 1-17(17)
Authors: Cirone, P.A.; Bruce Duncan, P.

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Comparative risk assessment: an international comparison of methodologies and results
pp. 19-39(21)
Authors: Morgenstern, R.D.; Shih1, J.; Sessions2, S.L.

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Land recovery and man-made risks: a perspective from the EU accession countries
pp. 91-103(13)
Authors: Duffield, S.; Lucia, A.C.; Mitchison, N.; Kasamas, H.

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IPPC, BAT, and voluntary agreements
pp. 105-121(17)
Author: Cunningham, D.

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Encouraging inherently safer production in European firms: a report from the field
pp. 123-144(22)
Authors: Ashford, N.A.; Zwetsloot1, G.

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Risk assessment of accidents involving environmental high-toxicity substances
pp. 173-190(18)
Authors: Gorsky, V.; Shvetzova-Shilovskaya, T.; Voschinin, A.

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The use of geographic information systems in major accident risk assessment and management
pp. 223-245(23)
Authors: Contini, S.; Bellezza1, F.; Christou, M.D.; Kirchsteiger, C.

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Learning from citizens: a Venetian experience
pp. 247-259(13)
Author: de Marchi, B.

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Policy understanding of science, public trust and the BSE-CJD crisis
pp. 303-317(15)
Authors: Jacob, M.; Hellstrom, T.

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