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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
Show details for a. Air - Noisea. Air - Noise
Show details for a. Air - Othera. Air - Other
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Show details for a. Air - Stratospherica. Air - Stratospheric
Show details for a. Air - Tropospherica. Air - Tropospheric
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Show details for b. Water - Drinkingb. Water - Drinking
Show details for b. Water - Groundwaterb. Water - Groundwater
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Show details for c. Landc. Land
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Show details for c. Land - Solid Waste/RCRAc. Land - Solid Waste/RCRA
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Show details for d. Chemicals - Pesticidesd. Chemicals - Pesticides
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A Subject Reference: Benefit-Cost Analysis of Toxic Substances, Hazardous Materials and Solid Waste Control (03/04/1977)CONSAD Research CorporationCONSAD Research Corporation
Analysis of Economic Benefits of Improved Information: Project Period 2 Report (01/01/1986)Viscusi, W. Kip
Magat, Wesley A.
Duke University, Fuqua School of Business, Center for the Study of Business Regulation

Benefit Methodologies Applied to Ecological Hazards from Toxic Substances, Volume II of Research and Demonstration of Improved Methods for Carrying Out Benefit-Cost Analysis of Individual Regulation (11/01/1984)Computer IconHarrison Jr., DavidHarvard University,
John F. Kennedy School of Government,
Energy and Environmental Policy Center
Competitive Implications of Environmental Regulation: A Case Study on IKEA (06/01/1996)Computer IconLarson, AndreaManagement Institute for Environment and Business
Definition of Population-at-Risk to Environmental Toxic Pollutant Exposures (10/01/1980)Suta, Benjamin E.SRI International
Development of an Economics-Based Methodology for Projecting Future Pollution Problems (06/01/1978)Stacey, Gary C.
Flinn, James E.
Battelle Memorial Institute, Columbus Laboratories
Environmental Investments: The Cost of a Clean Environment, Report of the Administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency to the Congress of the United States. (11/01/1990)Computer IconEnvironmental Protection Agency, Office of Policy, Planning and Evaluation, Science, Economics, and Statistics Division
Estimating Benefits of Environmental Regulations for Improved Decision Making at EPA (06/01/1984)Computer IconEnvironmental Protection Agency, Office of Policy, Planning and Evaluation, Office of Policy Anaylsis, Economic Analysis Division, Benefits Staff
Hazardous Wastes: A Risk Benefit Framework Applied to Cadmium and Asbestos (02/01/1977)Computer IconMoll, Kendall
Baum, Sanford
Carpender, Erwin
Dresch, Francis
Wright, Rose
Jones, George
Starry, Claire
Starrett, David
Stanford Research Institute

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