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Publisher: Taylor and Francis Ltd

Volume 12, Number 1, Number 1/February 2006

Using Best Science in Cancer Risk Assessment
pp. 1-8(8)
Authors: Haber, Lynne; Maier, Andrew; Dourson, Michael

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Environmental Risk Management Decision-Making in a Societal Context
pp. 18-27(10)
Authors: Power, M.; McCarty, L.

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Introduction to the Adelaide Workshop
pp. 28-30(3)
Authors: Correll, Ray; Kookana, Rai

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Risk-Based Approaches to Managing Contaminants in Catchments
pp. 66-73(8)
Authors: Hart, Barry; Burgman, Mark; Grace, Michael; Pollino, Carmel; Thomas, Colette; Webb, J.

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Ecological Risks and Community Perceptions of Fairness and Justice: A Cross-Cultural Model
pp. 102-119(18)
Authors: Syme, Geoffrey; Kals, Elisabeth; Nancarrow, Blair; Montada, Leo

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Statistical Issues in Ecological Risk Assessment
pp. 120-129(10)
Author: Fox, David

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Development of Factors for Estimating Swimmers' Exposures to Chemicals in Swimming Pools
pp. 139-156(18)
Authors: Reiss, Richard; Schoenig, Gerald; Wright, Gary

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Risk Communications: Around the World Neural Network Models for Assessing Road Suitability for Dangerous Goods Transport
pp. 174-191(18)
Authors: Taboada, J.; Matías, J.; Saavedra, A.; Ordóñez, C.; Martínez-Alegría, R.

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Happenings
pp. 203-205(3)

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