Tables

3-1

 

Transition in EPA Human Health Risk-Assessment Characteristics According to EPA,

 

69

4-1

 

Examples of Factors Affecting Susceptibility to Effects of Environmental Toxicants,

 

109

5-1

 

Potential Approaches to Establish Defaults to Implement the Unified Framework for Dose-Response Assessment,

 

175

6-1

 

Examples of Explicit EPA Default Carcinogen Risk-Assessment Assumptions,

 

194

6-2

 

Examples of Explicit EPA Default Noncarcinogen Risk-Assessment Assumptions,

 

195

6-3

 

Examples of “Missing” Defaults in EPA “Default” Dose-Response Assessments,

 

196

7-1

 

Modified Version of Stressor-Based Cumulative-Risk-Assessment Approach from Menzie et al. (2007) Oriented Around Discriminating among Risk- Management Options,

 

222

C-1

 

Timeline of Selected EPA Risk-Assessment Activities,

 

284

D-1

 

Environmental Protection Agency Response to National Research Council Recommendations of 1983-2006: Policy, Activity, and Practice,

 

301

E-1

 

Nine Evaluation Criteria for Superfund Remedial Alternatives,

 

378

E-2

 

Examples of Default Exposure Values with Percentiles,

 

380



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