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Energy sources, public policy, and public preferences: Analysis of US national and site-specific data
To understand public preferences for energy sources, 2701 US residents were surveyed; 2101 of the respondents lived within 50 miles of a major nuclear facility. Over 90% wanted greater reliance onExpand
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Toxicity Testing in the 21st Century
This month’s lead is a summary and review of the National Research Council’s “Toxicity Testing in the 21st Century: A Vision and A Strategy.”1 In this article, Daniel Krewski, Melvin Andersen, EllenExpand
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Brownfield redevelopment as a smart growth option in the United States
An evaluation is made of brownfields redevelopment as a smart growth policy compared to purchase of land, restrictive growth policies, changing transportation patterns, promoting compact developmentExpand
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Determinants of Trust Perceptions among Residents Surrounding the Savannah River Nuclear Weapons Site
The public is becoming increasingly distrustful of hazardous waste management activities. However, public trust is a requisite condition for effective environmental management of hazardous wasteExpand
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Risk Perception in Context: The Savannah River Site Stakeholder Study
Environmental managers are increasingly charged with involving the public in the development and modification of policies regarding risks to human health and the environment. Involving the public inExpand
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Energy policy and research: The underappreciation of trust
Abstract The paper defines trust as believing that a person(s) or organization(s) can be relied upon to accomplish objectives because they are competent and possess values and intentions that areExpand
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Passenger rail security, planning, and resilience: application of network, plume, and economic simulation models as decision support tools.
We built three simulation models that can assist rail transit planners and operators to evaluate high and low probability rail-centered hazard events that could lead to serious consequences forExpand
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The impact of hazardous waste Superfund sites on the value of houses sold in New Jersey
Changes in the sales prices of houses in 77 communities in New Jersey with hazardous waste Superfund sites were compared to sales prices in communities without Superfund sites. We observed aExpand
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Should housing be built on former brownfield sites?
  • M. Greenberg
  • Business, Medicine
  • American journal of public health
  • 1 May 2002
Brownfields are abandoned or underutilized industrial and commercial sites that are, or are perceived to be, chemically, physically, or biologically contaminated.1 In the early 1990s, a coalition ofExpand
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Ten Most Important Accomplishments in Risk Analysis, 1980–2010
, a group of your editorsengaged in a process to select the 10 most importantaccomplishments in risk analysis. The article that fol-lows is the product of this process.Some preliminary decisions wereExpand
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