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Defaults and Incentives in Risk-Informed Regulation
Bier, Vicki M.; Jang, Seung C.
Principles for Assessing the Reliability of Sediment Quality Guidelines
Michelsen, Teresa C.
The Role of Soil Microbial Tests in Ecological Risk Assessment
Chapman, Peter M.
Risk Assessment, Microbial Communities, and Pollution-Induced Community Tolerance
Rutgers, Michiel; Breure, Anton M.
The Role of Soil Microbial Tests in Ecological Risk Assessment: Differentiating between Exposure and Effects
Siciliano, S. D.; Roy, R.
Assessing Risks of Heavy Metal Toxicity in Agricultural Soils: Do Microbes Matter?
Giller, Ken E.; Witter, Ernst; McGrath, Steve P.
Microbial Endpoints: The Rationale for their Exclusion as Ecological Assessment Endpoints
Kapustka, Lawrence A.
Soil Microbial Bioassays: Quick and Relevant But Are They Useful?
Soil Microbial Communities and Ecological Risk Assessment: Risk Assessors' Perspective
Hull, Ruth N.; Klee, Ulysses; Bryant, Douglas; Copeland, Todd
Finding A Niche for Soil Microbial Toxicity Tests in Ecological Risk Assessment
Efroymson, Rebecca A.; II, Glenn W. Suter
Practical Issues in the Use of Probabilistic Risk Assessment
Roberts, Stephen M.
Implementing Probabilistic Risk Assessment in USEPA Superfund Program
Chang, S. Steven
Developing Univariate Distributions from Data for Risk Analysis
Thompson, Kimberly M.
Distributions Selected for Use in Probabilistic Human Health Risk Assessments in Oregon
Hope, Bruce K.
The Concentration Term and Derivation of Cleanup Goals Using Probabilistic Risk Assessment
Bowers, Teresa S.
Two-Dimensional Monte Carlo Simulation and Beyond: A Comparison of Several Probabilistic Risk Assessment Methods Applied to a Superfund Site
Simon, Ted W.
Application of a Probabilistic Risk Assessment Methodology to a Lead Smelter Site
Griffin, Susan; Goodrum, Philip E.; Diamond, Gary L.; Meylan, William; Brattin, William J.; Hassett, James M.
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