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Accuracy of Population Projections for Subcounty Areas.
Benefits Analysis of Alternative Secondary National Ambient Air Quality Standards for Sulfur Dioxide and Total Suspended Particulates. Volume 5.
Carcinogenicity and pesticides : principles, issues, and relationships. Biological issues in extrapolation. /
Cross Species Extrapolation and Hazard Identification in Neurotoxicology.
Cross-Species Mode of Action Information Assessment: A Case Study of Bisphenol A.
Current Research of the Environmental Protection Agency on Automotive Criteria Pollutants.
Dosimetry of Ozone and Nitrogen Dioxide in Man and Animals.
Endpoints and Indicators in Ecological Risk Assessments.
Extrapolation of Inhaled Particulate Toxicity Data from Experimental Animals to Humans.
Extrapolation practice for ecotoxicological effect characterization of chemicals /
Health risk assessment of environmental agents : incorporation of emerging scientific information.
Human Subject Age and Activity Level: Factors Addressed in a Biomathematical Deposition Program for Extrapolation Modeling.
Influence of Model Design on Comparisons of Single Point Measurements with Grid-Model Predictions.
Interim methods for development of inhalation reference doses.
Introduction to a Discussion of the Use of Aquatic Toxicity Tests for Evaluation of the Effects of Toxic Substances.
Mapping Critical Levels of Ozone, Sulfur Dioxide and Nitrogen Dioxide for Crops, Forests and Natural Vegetation in the United States.
Methods of Dealing with Values Below the Limit of Detection using SAS.
Ozone and Natural Systems: Understanding Exposure, Response, and Risk.
Proceedings of the Workshop : Microbial Degradation of Pollutants in Marine Environments, Pensacola Beach, Florida, 9-14 April 1978 /
Proceedings of the Workshop on Subchronic Toxicity Testing Held at Denver, Colorado on May 20-24, 1979.
Proceedings of the Workshop--Microbial Degradation of Pollutants in Marine Environments, Pensacola Beach, Florida, 9-14 April 1978 /
Review of Research in Support of Extrapolation Models by EPA's (Environmental Protection Agency's) Office of Research and Development.
Significance of DNA Damage and Repair Mechanisms in Health Risk Assessment.
Similarity Between Man and Laboratory Animals in Regional Pulmonary Deposition of Ozone.
Simulated Effects of Hydrocarbon Emissions Controls on Seasonal Ozone Levels in the Northeastern United States: A Preliminary Study.
State-of-the-Science Workshop Report: Issues and Approaches in Low Dose-Response Extrapolationfor Environmental Health Risk Assessment.
The NAAQS exposure model (NEM) applied to carbon monoxide /
The NAAQS exposure model (NEM) applied to carbon monoxide : addendum /
Toxicological Data on Selected Hazardous Chemicals and Possible Extrapolation to Man.
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency long-range research agenda 1987-1991.
Use of aquatic lethality tests to estimate safe toxicant concentrations for initial ecolological risk assessments /
Use of Biomarkers in Quantitative Risk Assessment.
Use of Pharmacokinetic Data to Refine Carbaryl Risk Estimates from Oral and Dermal Exposure.
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