Technology : (changed to Technology and Innovation as of Volume 12)

Editor: A. Alan Moghissi

ISSN: 1072-9240.

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Assistant Editors
Sorin R. Straja
Regina L. Hunter

EDITORIAL ADVISORY BOARD

Mohammad A. AI-Sarawi, Chairman and Director General, Environmental Public Authority, Safat, Kuwait
Birgitta Berglund, Department of Psychology, University of Stockholm, Stockholm, Sweden
Norman E. Borlaug, Distinguished Professor, Texas A & M University, College Station, TX
Ernest L. Daman, Chairman Emeritus, Research Department, Foster Wheeler Development Corp., Livingston, NJ
Becky Norton Dunlop, Vice President for External Relations, The Heritage Foundation, Washington, DC
Robert L. Hirsch, Executive Advisor, Advanced Power Technologies, Inc., Washington, DC
Masaru Ishida, Research Laboratory of Resources Utilization, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Yokohama, Japan
Jiri Jonas, Beckman Institute, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Urbana, IL
Thomas Lindvall, The Karolinska Institute, Stockholm, Sweden
Nicolai Andrevich Makhutov, Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow, Russia
Margaret Maxey, College of Engineering, University of Texas, Austin, TX
Roger O. McClellan, Chemical Industry Institute of Toxicology , Research Triangle Park, NC
Rodney Nichols, The New York Academy of Sciences, New York, NY
William D. Ruckelshaus, Chairman of the Board, Browning-Ferris Industries, Seattle, WA
Paul R. Sanberg, Department of Neurosurgery, University of South Florida, Tampa, FL
Frederick Seitz , President Emeritus, The Rockefeller University, New York, NY
Solomon H. Snyder, Department of Neuroscience, Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD
Chauncey Starr, Chairman Emeritus, Electric Power Research Institute , Palo Alto, CA
Anibal Taboas, U.S. Department of Energy, Argonne, IL
Richard Wilson, Department of Physics, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA

VOLUME 6, 1999 

AUTHOR  INDEX

Ahl, A. S., 363
Ahlfeld, D. P., 453
Andrews, W. B., 371

Barainca, M. J., 333
Bollinger, M. E., 419
Bonano, E. J., 413
Brown, R. A., 295

Carlson, G. M., 403
Cavallo, A. J., 391
Chang, H. Y., 311
Chang, Y. S., 429
Clemente, K. M., 63, 77
Cohen, B. L., 43
Cole, P., 17
Crease, R. P., 495

Davis, E. M., 151
DeGregori, T. R., 249
Dixon, E., 371
Dodes, J. E., 287
Dubick, M. A., 163
Dymsza, H. A., 235

Edelson, M. C., 385
Elcock, D., 475
Enstrom, J. E., 131
Exner, M. E., 141

Finkel, M. L., 219
Francis, F. J., 245
 

 

Gasper, J., 475
Geiger, W., 379
Ghim, Y. S., 429
Glass, R. J., 63, 77
Goklany, I. M., 107
Gough, M., 23
Graham, J. D., 63, 77
Gribble, G. W., 193

Habegger, L. J., 419
Hager, B., 357
Hartstein, A. M., 475
Hunter, R. L., 293

Imrie, R. H., 95

Jansen, G. R., 203
Josephson, E. S., 235

Karatzas, G. P., 453
Kuzma, J., 363

León, A. A., 413
Leonard, M., 287
Love, B. R., 441
Lu, F. C., 89
Lundgren, R., 447

MacDonell, M. M., 429
Mahoney, H., 219
Manke, K., 447
Maramorosch, K., 269
Miller, H. I., 239
Moeller, D. W., 275
Moghissi, A. A., 1, 3, 293, 323, 441
Moon, K. C., 429
Moses, D. O., 475
 

Neuberger, J. S., 489

Oldfield, J. E., 157
Olson, R. E., 5

Pasternak, N., 63, 77
Pinder, G. F., 453

Ramey, D. W., 95
Reissfelder, M., 379
Robertson, W. O., 255
Rodu, B., 17

Schoen, E. J., 261
Schuliger, J. W., 311
Snow, D. D., 141
Spalding, R. F., 141
Stange, M. E., 141
Stenger, V., 95
Straja, S. R., 323, 441
Swogger, G., Jr., 173

Taboas, A. L., 293, 347

Wagner, M., 95
Weaver, L., 357
Weidemann, R., 379
Wolsko, T. D., 419

Young, A. L., 483
Young, J. H., 229

Zarmakoupis-Zavos, P. N., 9
Zavos, P. M., 9

 VOLUME 7, 2000-2001

AUTHOR INDEX

Aktan, A. E., 9
Amsden, J. J., 431
Armer, G. S. T., 91
Ayers, K. W., 457

Baker, J. T., 257s
Balling, R., 231s
Bartell, S. M., 241
Beck. H. L., 355
Beecy, D., 103s
Beers, J., 609
Belcher, W., 115
Benemann, J. R., 137s
Bernhardt IV, G. P., 431
Berry, D. L., 119
Bing, G., 25s
Blair, W. J., 265
Bouville, A., 355
Brooks, A. L., 251
Buffler, P. A. 303
Burmistrov, D., 553
Burr, M., 591

Cameron, J. R., 511
Carey, J., 103s
Case, M. J., 279
Changhe, C., 25s
Chittaporn, P., 407, 491
Cohen, B. L., 657
Cole, J. K., 65
Collazo, Y. T., 577
Collins, P., 591
Comfort, L. K., 33
Cranwell, R. M., 119
Cravotta III, C. A., 381

Dahlin, D. C., 115s
Daman, E., 217s
Denman, A., 645
DiPietro, P., 103s
Doebling, S. W., 43
Dunlop, B. N., 257s
Durst, M. J., 303

Eisenbud, M., 213
Elkind, M. M., 339
Erickson, M. D., 509
Ettouney, M., 55

Farrar, C. R., 43
Faustman, E. M., 241
Fellhauer, C., 577
Fisenne, I. M., 397

Gehl, S., 217s
Gillmore, G. K., 645
Goklany, I. M., 165s, 189s
Guilmette, R. A., 213, 317
Guo, H., 633

Haraga, R. K., 3
Harley, N. H., 407, 491
Hazell, C., 591
Helmicki, A., 9
Herzog, H. J., 13s, 271s
Hess, C. T., 431
Hill, J. P., 241
Hirano, A., 147s
Hogan, J. A., 257s
Hon-Nami, K., 147s
Hulse, S. E., 415
Hunter, R. L., 105, 119
Ibrahim, S. A., 415, 497

Idso, C. D., 33s, 57s, 71s
Idos, K. E., 33s, 57s, 71s, 257s
Idos, S. B., 57s, 71s
Ikuta, Y., 137s
Ishida, M., 3s

John, J., 125s
Johnson, H., 257s
Johnson, J. R., 443
Jones, R., 431

Kahn, B., 363
Karani, G., 591
Kathren, R. L., 165
Kava, R., 539
Kelmelis, J. A., 21
Killough, G. G., 279
Koski, J. A., 65
Kossenko, M., 553
Kotzer, T. G., 155s

Lahr, J., 363
Landa, E. R., 381
Le, P., 95s
Lea, C. S., 303
Leggett, R. W., 317
Lloyd, R. D., 297
London, W. M., 539

MacCracken, M. C., 231s
Merrill, D. W., 303
Meyer, K. R., 279
Michaels, P., 231s
Mitchell, R., 609
Murray, F., 633

Naftz, D. L., 381
Newcomb, W. E., 479
Ngue Mba, J., 431
Nordstrom, D. K., 381

O'Brien, K., 449
O'Connor, W. K., 115s
Ohba, T., 3s
Ohtaguchi, K., 175s
Omenn, G. S., 241

Palmer, F., 217s
Parker, F. L., 457
Paschoa, A. S., 193
Petkewich, J. A., 115
Phillips, P., 645
Ponce, R. A., 241
Pyle, T., 217s

Robock, A., 231s
Romero, V., 99
Rope, S. K., 279
Rossi, H. H., 333
Ruether, J., 95s
Ryan, M. T., 479

Samet, J. M., 181
Sandy, L., 133
Sarv, H., 125s
Sauer, H. H., 449
Schmidt, C., 103s
Selvin, S., 303
Simon, S. L., 145
Sinclair, W. K., 279
Smilowitz, R., 55
Sperrin, M., 645
Stannard, J. N., 157
Stone, J. M., 415
Straja, S. R., 165s

Taboas, A. L., 577
Takaro, T. K., 241
Tate, J., 609
Till, J. E., 279
Turner, P. C. 115s

Upton, A. C., 223

VanMiddlesworth, L., 473
Verplanck, P. L., 381
Voillequé, P. G., 279

Walters, R. P., 115s
Watson, W. L., 155s
Webb, S. B., 497
Weber, R. D., 127
Weissman, J. C., 137s
Whelan, E. M., 539
Whicker, F. W., 415, 497
White, C., 95s
Williams, P. E., 99
Wilson, R., 553
Wittwer, S. H., 215s, 257s
Wix, S. D., 65
Wuerfmannsdobler, F., 217s

Xianzhong, Z., 25s
Xuchang, X., 25s

Yamamoto, M., 3s

Zielinski, R. A., 381

SUBJECT INDEX

Actinide elements, 165
Adjoint method of calculation, 449
Aerosol particles, 407
Airborne pollution, 591
Ambient temperature, 591
Atomic tests, 145

Beagles, 297
Berylliosis, 241
Beryllium, 157
Beryllium disease, 213
Bioeffects, 165
Biokinetic modeling, 165
BRAVO, 145
Brazil, 193
Breast cancer, 339

Cancer mortality, 303
Cancer risk, 279
Carboniferous Limestone, 645
Carcinogen, 181
Carcinogenesis, 297
Caves, 645
Cellular biology, 251
Chamber, 633
Chelation, 213
Chronic beryllium disease (CBD), 241
Confounding factors, 657 
Consumer products, 633
Control strategies, 223

Decay product, 407
Decontamination and decommissioning, 577
Disposal sites, 479
Dose calculations, 265
Dose-effect relation, 333
Dose rates, 449
Drinking water, 431

EDTA, 213
Eisenbud, Merril, 145, 157
Emissions, 633
Endangered species, 609
Environment, 363
Environmental effects, 157
Environmental exposure, 443
Environmental factors, 223
Environmental health risk, 497
Environmental levels, 397
Environmental Measurement Laboratory, 509
Environmental monitoring, 509
Environmental restoration, 381
Epidemiological analysis, 457
Epidemiology, 181
Expert evaluation, 539
 
 

Fallout, 145
Fallout monitoring, 355
Federal projects, 609
Fernald Dosimetry Reconstruction Project, 279
Fibrinogen level, 591

Geochemical investigations, 381
Geology, 645
Granular activated carbon filters, 431
Gummed-film network, 355

HASL, 145
Hazardous wastes, 457
Health and Safety Laboratory, 509
Health-related problems, 157
Health reports, 539
Health risks, 457
Human exposure, 397
Human health, 223

Indoor measurements, 407, 491
International Commission on Radiation Protection (ICRP), 265
Iodine, 473
Ionizing radiation, 333

JANUS Reactor, 577

Leukemia, 553
Licensing process, 479
Linear-no threshold theory, 657
Low-level radioactive waste, 479
Lymphocyte proliferation testing (LPT), 241

Marshall Islands, 145
Mendip Hills, 645
Mineral waters, 193
Modeling, 633
Molecular biology, 251
Monitoring methods, 443
Myocardial infarct, 591

Natural radioactivity, 193
Natural radionuclides, 415
Nuclear weapons testing, 473
Nuclear weapons tests, 355

Oak Ridge National Laboratory, 303
Oak Ridge TSCA incinerator, 457
Occupational epidemiology, 303
Occupational exposure, 443
Occupational health, 241
Occupational uptake, 317
Outdoor measurements, 407, 491
 

210Pb
Plutonium, 297, 497
Polymorphism, 241
Potassium, 415
Protection, 333
Protective measures, 609

Radiation, 251
Radiation carcinogenesis, 657
Radiation damage, 339
Radiation detection, 363
Radiation effects, 333
Radiation sickness, 553
Radioactive contamination, 553
Radioactive fallout, 473
Radioactivity, 363
Radiological research, 577
Radionuclide accumulation, 431
Radionuclide measurement, 363
Radionuclides, 279
Radiotoxic effects, 297
Radium, 415
Radon, 181, 279, 491
Radon daughters, 317
Radon hazard, 645
Radon progeny, 181
Radon removal, 431
Reassessment, 303
Respiratory tract models, 265
Risk assessment, 181, 251
Risk factors, 223
Rocky Flats, 497
Rongelap, 145

60 Minutes, 539
Skeletal malignancies, 297
Soil concentrations, 415
Soil contamination, 497
Solar particles, 449
Swildon's Hole, 645

Techa River, 553
Thorium, 415, 443
Thorium isotopes, 397
Thoron, 407
Threatened species, 609
Total volatile organic compounds (TVOCs), 633
Tropical climate, 491

U.S. Transuranium and Uranium Registries, 165
Uranium, 279
Uranium miners, 317
Uranium mining waste, 381

X-rays, 339

VOLUME 6, 1999

AUTHOR  INDEX

Ahl, A. S., 363
Ahlfeld, D. P., 453
Andrews, W. B., 371

Barainca, M. J., 333
Bollinger, M. E., 419
Bonano, E. J., 413
Brown, R. A., 295

Carlson, G. M., 403
Cavallo, A. J., 391
Chang, H. Y., 311
Chang, Y. S., 429
Clemente, K. M., 63, 77
Cohen, B. L., 43
Cole, P., 17
Crease, R. P., 495

Davis, E. M., 151
DeGregori, T. R., 249
Dixon, E., 371
Dodes, J. E., 287
Dubick, M. A., 163
Dymsza, H. A., 235

Edelson, M. C., 385
Elcock, D., 475
Enstrom, J. E., 131
Exner, M. E., 141

Finkel, M. L., 219
Francis, F. J., 245
 

 

Gasper, J., 475
Geiger, W., 379
Ghim, Y. S., 429
Glass, R. J., 63, 77
Goklany, I. M., 107
Gough, M., 23
Graham, J. D., 63, 77
Gribble, G. W., 193

Habegger, L. J., 419
Hager, B., 357
Hartstein, A. M., 475
Hunter, R. L., 293

Imrie, R. H., 95

Jansen, G. R., 203
Josephson, E. S., 235

Karatzas, G. P., 453
Kuzma, J., 363

León, A. A., 413
Leonard, M., 287
Love, B. R., 441
Lu, F. C., 89
Lundgren, R., 447

MacDonell, M. M., 429
Mahoney, H., 219
Manke, K., 447
Maramorosch, K., 269
Miller, H. I., 239
Moeller, D. W., 275
Moghissi, A. A., 1, 3, 293, 323, 441
Moon, K. C., 429
Moses, D. O., 475
 

Neuberger, J. S., 489

Oldfield, J. E., 157
Olson, R. E., 5

Pasternak, N., 63, 77
Pinder, G. F., 453

Ramey, D. W., 95
Reissfelder, M., 379
Robertson, W. O., 255
Rodu, B., 17

Schoen, E. J., 261
Schuliger, J. W., 311
Snow, D. D., 141
Spalding, R. F., 141
Stange, M. E., 141
Stenger, V., 95
Straja, S. R., 323, 441
Swogger, G., Jr., 173

Taboas, A. L., 293, 347

Wagner, M., 95
Weaver, L., 357
Weidemann, R., 379
Wolsko, T. D., 419

Young, A. L., 483
Young, J. H., 229

Zarmakoupis-Zavos, P. N., 9
Zavos, P. M., 9

VOLUME 7, 2000-2001

AUTHOR INDEX

Aktan, A. E., 9
Amsden, J. J., 431
Armer, G. S. T., 91
Ayers, K. W., 457

Baker, J. T., 257s
Balling, R., 231s
Bartell, S. M., 241
Beck. H. L., 355
Beecy, D., 103s
Beers, J., 609
Belcher, W., 115
Benemann, J. R., 137s
Bernhardt IV, G. P., 431
Berry, D. L., 119
Bing, G., 25s
Blair, W. J., 265
Bouville, A., 355
Brooks, A. L., 251
Buffler, P. A. 303
Burmistrov, D., 553
Burr, M., 591

Cameron, J. R., 511
Carey, J., 103s
Case, M. J., 279
Changhe, C., 25s
Chittaporn, P., 407, 491
Cohen, B. L., 657
Cole, J. K., 65
Collazo, Y. T., 577
Collins, P., 591
Comfort, L. K., 33
Cranwell, R. M., 119
Cravotta III, C. A., 381

Dahlin, D. C., 115s
Daman, E., 217s
Denman, A., 645
DiPietro, P., 103s
Doebling, S. W., 43
Dunlop, B. N., 257s
Durst, M. J., 303

Eisenbud, M., 213
Elkind, M. M., 339
Erickson, M. D., 509
Ettouney, M., 55

Farrar, C. R., 43
Faustman, E. M., 241
Fellhauer, C., 577
Fisenne, I. M., 397

Gehl, S., 217s
Gillmore, G. K., 645
Goklany, I. M., 165s, 189s
Guilmette, R. A., 213, 317
Guo, H., 633

Haraga, R. K., 3
Harley, N. H., 407, 491
Hazell, C., 591
Helmicki, A., 9
Herzog, H. J., 13s, 271s
Hess, C. T., 431
Hill, J. P., 241
Hirano, A., 147s
Hogan, J. A., 257s
Hon-Nami, K., 147s
Hulse, S. E., 415
Hunter, R. L., 105, 119
Ibrahim, S. A., 415, 497

Idso, C. D., 33s, 57s, 71s
Idos, K. E., 33s, 57s, 71s, 257s
Idos, S. B., 57s, 71s
Ikuta, Y., 137s
Ishida, M., 3s

John, J., 125s
Johnson, H., 257s
Johnson, J. R., 443
Jones, R., 431

Kahn, B., 363
Karani, G., 591
Kathren, R. L., 165
Kava, R., 539
Kelmelis, J. A., 21
Killough, G. G., 279
Koski, J. A., 65
Kossenko, M., 553
Kotzer, T. G., 155s

Lahr, J., 363
Landa, E. R., 381
Le, P., 95s
Lea, C. S., 303
Leggett, R. W., 317
Lloyd, R. D., 297
London, W. M., 539

MacCracken, M. C., 231s
Merrill, D. W., 303
Meyer, K. R., 279
Michaels, P., 231s
Mitchell, R., 609
Murray, F., 633

Naftz, D. L., 381
Newcomb, W. E., 479
Ngue Mba, J., 431
Nordstrom, D. K., 381

O'Brien, K., 449
O'Connor, W. K., 115s
Ohba, T., 3s
Ohtaguchi, K., 175s
Omenn, G. S., 241

Palmer, F., 217s
Parker, F. L., 457
Paschoa, A. S., 193
Petkewich, J. A., 115
Phillips, P., 645
Ponce, R. A., 241
Pyle, T., 217s

Robock, A., 231s
Romero, V., 99
Rope, S. K., 279
Rossi, H. H., 333
Ruether, J., 95s
Ryan, M. T., 479

Samet, J. M., 181
Sandy, L., 133
Sarv, H., 125s
Sauer, H. H., 449
Schmidt, C., 103s
Selvin, S., 303
Simon, S. L., 145
Sinclair, W. K., 279
Smilowitz, R., 55
Sperrin, M., 645
Stannard, J. N., 157
Stone, J. M., 415
Straja, S. R., 165s

Taboas, A. L., 577
Takaro, T. K., 241
Tate, J., 609
Till, J. E., 279
Turner, P. C. 115s

Upton, A. C., 223

VanMiddlesworth, L., 473
Verplanck, P. L., 381
Voillequé, P. G., 279

Walters, R. P., 115s
Watson, W. L., 155s
Webb, S. B., 497
Weber, R. D., 127
Weissman, J. C., 137s
Whelan, E. M., 539
Whicker, F. W., 415, 497
White, C., 95s
Williams, P. E., 99
Wilson, R., 553
Wittwer, S. H., 215s, 257s
Wix, S. D., 65
Wuerfmannsdobler, F., 217s

Xianzhong, Z., 25s
Xuchang, X., 25s

Yamamoto, M., 3s

Zielinski, R. A., 381

SUBJECT INDEX

Actinide elements, 165
Adjoint method of calculation, 449
Aerosol particles, 407
Airborne pollution, 591
Ambient temperature, 591
Atomic tests, 145

Beagles, 297
Berylliosis, 241
Beryllium, 157
Beryllium disease, 213
Bioeffects, 165
Biokinetic modeling, 165
BRAVO, 145
Brazil, 193
Breast cancer, 339

Cancer mortality, 303
Cancer risk, 279
Carboniferous Limestone, 645
Carcinogen, 181
Carcinogenesis, 297
Caves, 645
Cellular biology, 251
Chamber, 633
Chelation, 213
Chronic beryllium disease (CBD), 241
Confounding factors, 657 
Consumer products, 633
Control strategies, 223

Decay product, 407
Decontamination and decommissioning, 577
Disposal sites, 479
Dose calculations, 265
Dose-effect relation, 333
Dose rates, 449
Drinking water, 431

EDTA, 213
Eisenbud, Merril, 145, 157
Emissions, 633
Endangered species, 609
Environment, 363
Environmental effects, 157
Environmental exposure, 443
Environmental factors, 223
Environmental health risk, 497
Environmental levels, 397
Environmental Measurement Laboratory, 509
Environmental monitoring, 509
Environmental restoration, 381
Epidemiological analysis, 457
Epidemiology, 181
Expert evaluation, 539
 
 

Fallout, 145
Fallout monitoring, 355
Federal projects, 609
Fernald Dosimetry Reconstruction Project, 279
Fibrinogen level, 591

Geochemical investigations, 381
Geology, 645
Granular activated carbon filters, 431
Gummed-film network, 355

HASL, 145
Hazardous wastes, 457
Health and Safety Laboratory, 509
Health-related problems, 157
Health reports, 539
Health risks, 457
Human exposure, 397
Human health, 223

Indoor measurements, 407, 491
International Commission on Radiation Protection (ICRP), 265
Iodine, 473
Ionizing radiation, 333

JANUS Reactor, 577

Leukemia, 553
Licensing process, 479
Linear-no threshold theory, 657
Low-level radioactive waste, 479
Lymphocyte proliferation testing (LPT), 241

Marshall Islands, 145
Mendip Hills, 645
Mineral waters, 193
Modeling, 633
Molecular biology, 251
Monitoring methods, 443
Myocardial infarct, 591

Natural radioactivity, 193
Natural radionuclides, 415
Nuclear weapons testing, 473
Nuclear weapons tests, 355

Oak Ridge National Laboratory, 303
Oak Ridge TSCA incinerator, 457
Occupational epidemiology, 303
Occupational exposure, 443
Occupational health, 241
Occupational uptake, 317
Outdoor measurements, 407, 491
 

210Pb
Plutonium, 297, 497
Polymorphism, 241
Potassium, 415
Protection, 333
Protective measures, 609

Radiation, 251
Radiation carcinogenesis, 657
Radiation damage, 339
Radiation detection, 363
Radiation effects, 333
Radiation sickness, 553
Radioactive contamination, 553
Radioactive fallout, 473
Radioactivity, 363
Radiological research, 577
Radionuclide accumulation, 431
Radionuclide measurement, 363
Radionuclides, 279
Radiotoxic effects, 297
Radium, 415
Radon, 181, 279, 491
Radon daughters, 317
Radon hazard, 645
Radon progeny, 181
Radon removal, 431
Reassessment, 303
Respiratory tract models, 265
Risk assessment, 181, 251
Risk factors, 223
Rocky Flats, 497
Rongelap, 145

60 Minutes, 539
Skeletal malignancies, 297
Soil concentrations, 415
Soil contamination, 497
Solar particles, 449
Swildon's Hole, 645

Techa River, 553
Thorium, 415, 443
Thorium isotopes, 397
Thoron, 407
Threatened species, 609
Total volatile organic compounds (TVOCs), 633
Tropical climate, 491

U.S. Transuranium and Uranium Registries, 165
Uranium, 279
Uranium miners, 317
Uranium mining waste, 381

X-rays, 339

VOLUME 9

AUTHOR  INDEX

Al-Freij, Kh., 287
Al-Ghareeb, Kh., 303
Al-Hassan, R., 135
Al-Sarawi, M. A., 287, 303

Baade, P., 15
Barnett, L., 15
Bota, K. B., 267, 275
Bou-Rabee, F., 303
Braide, S. A., 325
Buffler, P. A., 145
Bu-Olayan, A. H., 135

Chen, J., 209
Chávez, A., 95
Cox, Jr., L. A., 23, 55

Diab, I., 287
Dohnt, M., 15

Eppler, F. H., 111

Ferson, S., 85
Freeman, R., 119

Guo, H., 173

 

Hesterberg, D., 187
Horsfall, Jr., M., 315

Ideriah, T. J. K., 325
Ishitani, H., 233

Jiménez, B., 95

Kheifets, L. I., 3

Lea, C. S., 145
Lee, S.-C., 173

Marmoush, Y., 303
Massoud, M. S., 287, 303
Matsuhashi, R., 233
McClintock, C., 15
McKinney, D. S., 187
Mezei, G., 3
Moghissi, A. A., 1, 109, 223
Moore, M. R., 15
Murray, F., 173

Ogban, F. E., 315
Ohashi, E., 233

Peterson, J., 119
Popken, D., 55

Rajab, W., 303
Ricci, P. F., 1, 23, 85
Richardson, D. B., 141

Shehab, A., 287
Shen, H., 209
Smythe, L., 15
Spiff, A. I., 315
Straja, S. R., 219, 243
Su, S.-I., 195
Symonds, M., 15

Taboas, A. L., 119
Thomas, V. B., 135

Wang, Z., 267, 275
Wing, S., 141

Xiang, C., 209

Yeboah, Y. D., 267, 275
Yim, M.-S., 111, 187, 195

Zhang, M., 209
Zhang, S., 209
Zhang, Y., 209

SUBJECT  INDEX

Advanced primary treatment, 95
Ageing, 173
Agricultural reuse, 95
Al-Shuwaikh, 287
Ames chemical disposal site, 119
Ammonium perfluorooctanoic acid (APFO), 225
Analytical epidemiology, 23
Antimicrobial, 55

Backfill material, 187
Banana industry, 15
Biases, 23

Camplylobacter, 55
Causation, 23
Chemical durability, 111
Chemical waste, 119
Chicken, 55
Childhood leukemia, 3
Cluster analysis, 85
CO2 emissions, 233
CO2 removal and disposal, 233
Comparison of results, 85
Cost-effectiveness, 233

Double dielectric barrier plasma discharge, 267

Emission, 173
Enrofloxacin, 55
Environmental chamber, 173
Epidemiology, 23, 85
Estimation, 23
Exact statistical methods, 85

Fluoropolymers, 225
Fluoroquinolone, 55
 

 

Gap spacing, 275
Global climate warming, 243

Helminth ova, 95
High rate sedimentation, 95
Hospitalization, 15
Human health risk assessment, 55

Indoor air quality, 173
Intertidal sediments, 315

Kuwait, 135, 287, 303

Leach modeling, 195
Lead, 325
Leptospira, 15
Leptospirosis, 15
Life cycle assessment, 233
Low-level radioactive waste, 119
Low-level waste, 195

Medical examination, 209
Mercury, 287, 303
Modeling, 173, 267

Neurobehavioral evaluation system testing, 209
New Calabar River, 315
Niger Delta, 325
Nigeria, 315, 325
Nitrogen oxide removal, 275
Nitrogen oxides, 275
Nonthermal plasma discharge (NTPD), 267, 275
NO removal, 267
Notifications, 15

Occupational risk, 15
Outbreak, 15

Perfluorooctanoate, 225
Perfluorooctanoic acid (PFOA), 225
Photovoltaic system, 233
Phytoplankton diversity, 135
Pollution prevention strategy, 173

Queensland health districts, 15

Radioactive waste, 111
Rainfall, 15
Remedies, 23
Roadside vegetation, 325

Seawater, 287
Sick building syndrome, 209
Silt sediments, 303
Simulation model, 55
Site cleanup, 119
Soda-lime-silicate glass, 111
Sorption properties, 187
Structure of clusters, 85
Sustainable limit, 233
Symptom reporting, 209

Technology assessment, 233
Teflon, 225
Temperature changes, 243
Temperature conditions, 187
Trace metals, 135, 315

Unites States, 243

Ventilation, 173
Viral etiology, 3
Vitrification, 111
Volatile organic compound, 173

Waste forms, 195
Waste form-specific analysis, 195
Waste repository, 187

 

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