health impacts and also will help the committee focus on data sources that may support additional quantitative analyses.
Implementing this analytical framework and approach will be complex. Data are sparse, the number of possible scenarios is large, and uncertainties are numerous. However, the committee concludes that this enumerative approach will help to uncover aspects of the NSR changes and the pathways that may influence the effects that the committee has been asked to study.
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