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Analysis of Case-Control Data with Covariate Measurement Error: Application to Diet and Colon Cancer.
Application of Cluster Analysis to Aerometric Data. Volume II. Part 3: Modifications and Options Applied to Wolfe's NORMIX 360 Cluster Analysis Program.
Application of Cluster Analysis to Aerometric Data. Volume III. Part 4: Separation of Environmental Data into Clusters by the NORMIX Program.
Comparative Analysis of Residential Water Use in Puerto Rico.
Economic Analysis of Water Use in Illinois Agriculture.
Estimate of methane emissions from U.S. landfills /
Interrelation of experimental exposure and ambient air quality data for comparison of ozone exposure indices and estimating agricultural losses /
Modeling ambient carbon monoxide trends to evaluate mobile source emissions reductions /
Multiple regression modeling approach for regional water quality management /
New Approach to Estimation of Relative Risks Due to Two or More Risk Factors under Multiple Matching in Case-Control Studies.
Regression Models for Cohort Mortality Studies.
Sensitivity Analyses of Parameters of a M(t)/G/infinity Stochastic Service System.
Shifting Land and Water Use in the Bitterroot Valley, Montana.
Statistical methods for estimating risk for exposure above the reference dose /
Unrecorded Pollution and Dynamics of Biochemical Oxygen Demand.
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