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Publisher: Taylor and Francis Ltd

Volume 14, Number 6, November 2008

The Concept of Data Utility in Health Risk Assessment: A Multi-Disciplinary Perspective
pp. 1104-1117(14)
Authors: Thran, Brandolyn; Tannenbaum, Lawrence

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Probabilistic Analysis of Human Health Risks Associated with Background Concentrations of Inorganic Arsenic: Use of a Margin of Exposure Approach
pp. 1159-1201(43)
Authors: Boyce, Catherine Petito; Lewis, Ari; Sax, Sonja; Eldan, Michal; Cohen, Samuel; Beck, Barbara

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Probabilistic Risk Assessment and Risk Mapping of Sediment Metals in Sydney Harbour Embayments
pp. 1202-1225(24)
Authors: Twining, J.; Creighton, N.; Hollins, S.; Szymczak, R.

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Biased Confidence in Risk Assessment Studies
pp. 1226-1234(9)
Authors: Siegrist, Michael; Cousin, Marie-Eve; Frei, Maja

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Laypeople's Health Concerns and Health Beliefs in Regard to Risk Perception of Mobile Communication
pp. 1235-1249(15)
Authors: Cousin, Marie-Eve; Siegrist, Michael

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The Contribution of Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis Methods to Human Health Risk Assessment: Neurobehavioral Effects of Manganese
pp. 1250-1272(23)
Authors: Peters, Jaime; Sutton, Alex; Jones, David; Abrams, Keith; Rushton, Lesley

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Societal Risk Perception in Arab Countries: The Case of Kuwait
pp. 1291-1305(15)
Authors: Ahmed, Ramadan; Mullet, Etienne

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Flood Risk Analysis Based on Information Diffusion Theory
pp. 1330-1337(8)
Authors: Feng, Lihua; Luo, Gaoyuan

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