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Table 3 Publications of the Hazardous Materials Cooperative Research Program Reports No. Proj. No. Title, Pages, Publication Year 1 HM-02 Hazardous Materials Transportation Incident Data for Root Cause Analysis, 124 p. (2009) 2 HM-06 Assessing Soil and Groundwater Impacts of Chemical Mixture Releases from Hazardous Materials Transportation Incidents (& CD 90), 64 p. (2010) 3 HM-01 Guidebook for Conducting Local Hazardous Materials Commodity Flow Studies, 188 p. (2011) 4 HM-04 Emerging Technologies Applicable to Hazardous Materials Transportation and Security, 132 p. (2011) 5 HM-03 A Guide for Assessing Community Emergency Response Needs and Capabilities for Hazardous Materials Releases (& CD 92), 120 p. (2011) 6 HM-08 Feasibility of a Consolidated Security Credential for Persons Who Transport Hazardous Materials, 84 p. (2011) CDs No. Proj. No. Title, Publication Year 90 HM-06 Chemical Mixture Tool for HMCRP Report 2 (2010) 92 HM-03 Worksheets for Assessing Community Emergency Response Needs for HMCRP Report 5 (2011) 4
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