" I believe that this text provides both the breadth of topics and the specific information and reference that will make it a valuable reference for years to come. (Environmental Practice, September 2004) an invaluable source of reference for students and practitioners alike. (Journal of Risk Research, Vol. 7 No. 6, September 2004) "...provides a theoretical primer on the four pillars of human health and ecological risk assessment...new chapters add depth and focus..." (Risk Policy Report, July 2002) "...a comprehensive and authoritative text on risk assessment..." (Journal of Hazardous Materials, Vol. 95, No. 3, December 2002) "for the student...and practitioner...a good investment...difficult to see how any scientific library, consulting firm, or environmental organization can decide not to have a copy." (Regulatory Toxicology and Pharmacology, Vol. 37, 2002) "...almost guaranteed to be successful...offers a very well written compilation of relevant material, and it will certainly be useful to every reader..." (Angewandte Chemie International Edition, Vol. 42, 2003) "...this new edition is a good update of Paustenbach's pioneering risk assessment text, and...it is affordable..." (SETAC Globe, March April 2003) "...very well written compilation of relevant material, and it will certainly be useful to every reader interested in this field."(Angewandte Chemie, Vol.42, No.17, 2003)Vom Verlag:
"Human and Ecological Risk Assessment: Theory and Practice" assembles the expertise of more than fifty authorities from fifteen different fields, forming a comprehensive reference and textbook on risk assessment. Containing two dozen case studies of environmental or human health risk assessments, the text not only presents the theoretical underpinnings of the discipline, but also serves as a complete handbook and "how-to" guide for individuals conducting or interpreting risk assessments. In addition, more than 4,000 published papers and books in the field are cited. Editor Dennis Paustenbach has assembled chapters that present the most current methods for conducting hazard identification, dose-response and exposure assessment, and risk characterization components for risk assessments of any chemical hazard to humans or wildlife (fish, birds, and terrestrials). The topics addressed include hazards posed by: air emissions; radiological hazards; contaminated soil and foods; agricultural hazards; occupational hazards; consumer products and water; hazardous waste sites; and, contaminated air and water. The bringing together of so many of the world's authorities on these topics, plus the comprehensive nature of the text, promises to make "Human and Ecological Risk Assessment" the text against which others will be measured in the coming years.
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