Combining the cost of reducing uncertainty with the selection of risk assessment models for remediation decision of site contamination.

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The decision as to whether a contaminated site poses a threat to human health and should be cleaned up relies increasingly upon the use of risk assessment models. However, the more sophisticated risk assessment models become, the greater the concern with the uncertainty in, and thus the credibility of, risk assessment. In particular, when there are several… (More)

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@article{Chen2007CombiningTC, title={Combining the cost of reducing uncertainty with the selection of risk assessment models for remediation decision of site contamination.}, author={Yen-Chuan Chen and Hwong-wen Ma}, journal={Journal of hazardous materials}, year={2007}, volume={141 1}, pages={17-26} }