STP Published: 1993

Superfund Risk Assessment in Soil Contamination Studies

Editor(s): K B Hoddinott

Includes listing of modifications and innovations used in risk assessments accepted by the EPA. While beginners can benefit greatly from the papers presented here, this collection finds its best use in the hands of the experienced risk assessor. The papers present modifications of the basic EPA methodology which have been acceptable to regulators at specific sites. 22 peer-reviewed papers cover:

• Site Characterization

• Fate and Transport

• Toxicity, Exposures, and Receptors

• Risk Characterization/Case Studies

• Establishing Cleanup Levels.

Table of Contents

RE Cameron

JR Clarkson, EA Peuler, CA Menzie, DT Crotwell, TV Bordenave, MC Metcalf, DH Pahl

SJ Laszewski, SG Lehrke

RA Streeter, B Molholt, C Jampo

DL Corwin

PS Hovatter, RE Gibson

CA Menzie, D Morgan, DF Unites, DE Burmaster

RF Sober, D Paul

EJ Hixson, RE Jennings, SA Smith

SA Smith, R Joseph, JR Beck

PC Chrostowski, JA Wheeler

RH Ross, P-Y Lu

EAC Crouch, MBG Pilkington, SG Zemba

H Choudhury, WB Peirano, A Marcus, R Elias, S Griffin, CT DeRosa

MJ Small

RA Moore

A Temeshy, JM Liedle, LM Sims, CR Efird

SD Meadows, SM Turnblom, TW Hahne, TJ Prendiville

GM Elliott

DR Huff, LA Tesch

G Linder, C Callahan, G Pascoe

KJ Lloyd, KM Thompson, DE Burmaster

K Hoddinott

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Developed by Committee: G01
Pages: 340
DOI: 10.1520/STP1158-EB
ISBN-EB: 978-0-8031-5213-7
ISBN-13: 978-0-8031-1445-6