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REFERENCES Belcher, S. (2005). Mixing and transport in urban areas. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society A: Mathematical, Physical and Engineering Sciences 363(1837):2947. Boston Region Metropolitan Planning Organization. (2009). Journey to 2030: An Amendment. Transportation Plan of the Boston Region Metropolitan Planning Organization. Available at: http://www.ctps.org/bostonmpo/3_programs/1_transportation_plan/plan.html Brixey, L., Heist, D., et al. (2009). The effect of a tall tower on flow and dispersion through a model urban neighborhood. Part 2. Pollutant dispersion. Journal of Environmental Monitoring 11(12): 2171-2179. Burrows, D., Hendricks, E., et al. (2007). Modeling turbulent flow in an urban central business district. Journal of Applied Meteorology and Climatology 46(12): 2147-2164. Cooper, B., Fang, L-Q., Zhou, J-P ., et al. (2009). T ransmission of SARS in three Chinese hospitals. Tropical Medicine and International Health 14(suppl 1):71-78. Kaplan, S. and B.J. Garrick. (1981). On the quantitative definition of risk.Risk Analysis 1(1):11- 27. Kaplan. S. (1992). "Expert information" versus "expert opinions." Another approach to the problem of eliciting /combining /using expert knowledge in probabilistic risk analysis. Reliability Engineering and System Safety 35:61-72. Loh, P ., Sugerman-Brozanm J., Wiggins, S. Noiles, D., and C. Archibald. (2002). From asthma to airbeat: Community-driven monitoring of fine particles and black carbon in Roxbury, Massachusetts. Environmental Health Perspectives 1 10: 297-301 Morgan, M.G., and M. Henrion. (1990) .Uncertainty: A Guide to Dealing with Uncertainty in Quantitative Risk and Policy Analysis. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. National Environmental Justice Advisory Council (NEJAC). (2004). Ensuring Risk Reduction in Communities with Multiple Stressors: Environmental Justice and Cumulative Risk/Impacts. A vailable at: http://www.epa.gov/compliance/ej/resources/publications/nejac/nejac-cum-risk-rpt - 122104.pdf. National Research Council. (1994). Science and Judgment in Risk Assessment. Washington, D.C.: National Academies Press. National Research Council. (1996). Understanding Risk. Washington, D.C.: National Academies Press. 16

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