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Toxicological and Performance Aspects of Oxygenated Motor Vehicle Fuels REFERENCES Anderson, H.A., L. Hanrahan, J. Goldring, B. Delaney. 1995a. An Investigation of Health Concerns Attributed to Reformulated Gasoline Use in Southeastern Wisconsin. Final Report, May 30, 1995. Wisconsin Department of Health and Social Services, Milwaukee, WI. Anderson, H.A., L. Hanrahan, J. Goldring, B. Delaney. 1995b. An Investigation of Health Concerns Attributed to Reformulated Gasoline Use in Southeastern Wisconsin. Phase 2: Telephone Registered Health Concerns. Final Report, September 18, 1995. Wisconsin Department of Health and Social Services, Milwaukee, WI. Anderson, L.G., P. Wolfe, R.A. Barrell, J.A. Lanning. 1995. The effects of oxygenated fuels on the atmospheric concentrations of carbon monoxide and aldehydes in Colorado in Alternative Fuels and the Environment, F.S. Sterrett, ed. Boca Raton: Lewis Publishers. Anderson, L.G., P. Wolfe, J.A. Lanning. 1993. The Effects of Oxygenated Fuels on Carbon Monoxide and Aldehydes in Denver's Ambient Air. Proceedings of the Conference on MTBE and Other Oxygenates: A Research Update. Falls Church, VA, July 26-28, 1993. Report no. EPA/600/R-95/134. Auto/Oil AQIRP. 1991. Technical Bulletin No. 6: Emissions Results of Oxygenated Gasolines and Changes in RVP, Auto/Oil Air Quality Improvement Research Program.

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