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Show details for a. Aira. Air
Show details for a. Air - Indoora. Air - Indoor
Show details for a. Air - Mobile Sourcea. Air - Mobile Source
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Show details for a. Air - Othera. Air - Other
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A Case Study of a Hazardous Waste Site: Perspectives from Economics and Psychology, Volume IV of Improving Accuracy and Reducing the Costs of Environmental Benefits Assessments (05/01/1986)Computer IconSchulze, William D.
McClelland, Gary H.
Hurd, Brian
Smith, Joy
Colorado, University of, Departments of Economics and Psychology
A Subject Reference: Benefit-Cost Analysis of Toxic Substances, Hazardous Materials and Solid Waste Control (03/04/1977)CONSAD Research CorporationCONSAD Research Corporation
Achieving Greater Consistency Between Subjective and Objective Risks (04/01/1989)Bord, Richard J.
Epp, Donald J.
O'Connor, Robert E.
Pennsylvania State University, Environmental Resources Research Institute
An Evaluation of Public Preferences for Superfund Site Cleanup, Volume I: A Preliminary Assessment (03/01/1995)Computer IconSchulze, William D.
McClelland, Gary H.
Doane, Michael
Balistreri, Ed
Boyce, Rebecca R.
Hurd, Brian
Simenauer, Ronald
Colorado, University of, Center for Economic Analysis
An Evaluation of Public Preferences for Superfund Site Cleanup, Volume II: Pilot Study (03/01/1995)Computer IconSchulze, William D.
McClelland, Gary H.
Doane, Michael
Balistreri, Ed
Boyce, Rebecca R.
Hurd, Brian
Simenauer, Ronald
Colorado, University of, Center for Economic Analysis
An Hedonic Analysis of Property Values and Hazardous Waste Site Cleanup: The Effects of Cleanup over Time (06/01/1998)Hurd, Brian
Balistreri, Ed
Schulze, William
McClelland, Gary
Colorado at Boulder, University of, Center for Economic Analysis
Benefit Methodologies Applied to Hazardous Waste, Volume I of Research and Demonstration of Improved Methods for Carrying Out Benefit-Cost Analysis of Individual Regulations (11/01/1984)Computer IconHarrison Jr., DavidHarvard University,
John F. Kennedy School of Government,
Energy and Environmental Policy Center
Calculating Risks? The Spatial and Political Demensions of Hazaradous Waste Policy (01/01/1999)Hamilton, James T.
Viscusi, W. Kip
Duke University
Carcinogen Regulation: Risk Characteristics and the Synthetic Risk Bias (12/21/1994)Computer IconViscusi, W. KipDuke University, Department of Economics
Community Preferences and Superfund Responsibilities (08/01/1993)Cantor, RobinOak Ridge National Laboratory
Comparison of Risks and Cost of Hazardous Waste Alternatives: Methods Development and Pilot Studies (11/19/1984)Lawless, Edward W.
Lapp, Thomas W.
Ferguson, Thomas L.
Kelso, Gary L.
Ellis III, Harry V.
Midwest Research Institute
Contingent Valuation Survey to Estimate the Benefits of Hazardous Waste Management Regulations - Field Inteviewer Manual (03/01/1984)Research Triangle Institute

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