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Superfund Risk Assessment in Soil Contamination Studies: Second Volume
Features the latest state-of-the-art research on soil risk assessment methodology. 12 comprehensive peer-reviewed papers are presented in the following four categories:
Data Collection Validation
and Ecological Assessment.
Table of Contents
Background Determination of Element and Anthropogenic Compounds in Soils of the Maryland Coastal Plain
Nemeth G., Paul J., Romano D., Smegal D.
A Case Study in the Determination of Background Concentrations of Inorganic Analytes for Risk Assessment
Battey T., Holder J., Sklar P.
Assessing Chemical Data Quality for Risk Assessment Through Data Validation
Impact of Soil Heterogeneity on Measuring the Attainment of PCB Clean-Up Standards
Ghirardi J., Morin J., Phillips I.
Data Quality Objectives for Two Risk Assessments at Hanford
Clark S., Lane N., Roeck F., Tranbarger R.
Evaluation of the Use of Substitution Methods to Represent Nondetect Data
Batey J., Floit S., Mahoney L., Petroff D.
Failure of EPA's IEUBK Model to Identify Children at Risk from Lead Exposure
Estimating the Duration and Frequency of Worker Exposures to Soil at U.S. EPA Region I Superfund Sites—An Assessment of the Current Practice
Comparison of a Lognormal and Normal Distribution in Calculating Concentrations for a Superfund Risk Assessment
Batey J., Mahoney L., Pintenich J.
Bioassay-Based Risk Assessment of Complex Mixtures
Donnelly K., Huebner H.
An Evaluation of the Effect of Some Soil Properties on Root Uptake of Four Metals
Hattemer-Frey H., Krieger G., Lau V.
Estimating Risk to Ecological Receptors from Contaminated Soil at Superfund Sites
Burns T., Cornaby B., Hadden C.
Paper ID: STP1264-EB
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