dations include the need for improvements in the following areas: (1) methods for using expert judgment in support of health benefits analyses, (2) methods for characterizing uncertainty surrounding causal interpretation of epidemiological findings, (3) efficiency and characterization of uncertainty in the atmospheric fate and transport models used in support of health benefits analyses, (4) health surveillance systems to characterize morbidity outcomes, and (5) analysis of mixtures as well as the single pollutant.
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