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This Supplemental Guidance does not establish any substantive “rules” under the Administrative Procedure Act or any other law and has no binding effect on EPA or any regulated entity, but instead… Continue Reading
EPA's Risk Assessment Guidance for Superfund (RAGS) Part A - provides guidance on the human health evaluation activities that are conducted during the baseline risk assessment at a Superfund site.
These guidelines discuss the scientific basis for concern about exposure to agents that cause reproductive toxicity and describe the principles and procedures to be followed in conducting risk… Continue Reading
This document recommends a set of age groupings based on current understanding of differences in lifestage behavior and anatomy and physiology that can serve as a starting set for consideration by… Continue Reading
We extend a stochastic model underlying the Dirac equation in (1+1) dimensions to include the electromagnetic field. The mechanism which produces quantum behavior is the allowed Brownian motion in… Continue Reading
1991 issuing of final amended guidelines for assessing the risks for developmental toxicity from exposure to environmental agents.
The purpose of this document is to describe a Framework for conducting human health risk assessments that are responsive to the needs of decision‐making processes in the U.S. Environmental Protection… Continue Reading
On-Site was developed to provide modelers and model reviewers with prepackaged tools ("calculators") for performing site assessment calculations.
This microbial risk assessment guidance document is written for risk assessors from participating federal agencies to improve the quality and consistency of microbial risk assessments.