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EPA. 1990. Evaluation of the Potential Carcinogenicity of Electromagnetic Fields . Review Draft:EPA/600/6-90/005B. Washington, D.C.:Environmental Protection Agency.

EPA. 1992. EMF in Your Environment: Magnetic Field Measurements of Everyday Electrical Devices, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Radiation and Indoor Air, 402-R-92-008, December, 1992. Washington, D.C.: Environmental Protection Agency.

Implementation Plan for Communication. 1994. EMF-RAPID Program. Washington D.C.: DOE/EE -0037.

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Morgan, G. 1995. Fields from Electric Power. Part 1: What Are Fields? Part 2: Do 60 Hz Fields Pose Health Risks? and Part 3: What Can and Should Be Done? Pittsburgh, PA: Department of Engineering and Public Policy, Carnegie Mellon University .

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EMF Research Activities Completed Under the Energy Policy Act of 1992: [Interim Report, 1995] REFERENCES DOE, NIEHS, 1995. Questions and Answers about Electric and Magnetic Fields Associated with the Use of Electric Power. 1995. DOE/EE-0040. Washington, D.C.:U.S. Government Printing Office. EPA. 1990. Evaluation of the Potential Carcinogenicity of Electromagnetic Fields . Review Draft:EPA/600/6-90/005B. Washington, D.C.:Environmental Protection Agency. EPA. 1992. EMF in Your Environment: Magnetic Field Measurements of Everyday Electrical Devices, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Radiation and Indoor Air, 402-R-92-008, December, 1992. Washington, D.C.: Environmental Protection Agency. Implementation Plan for Communication. 1994. EMF-RAPID Program. Washington D.C.: DOE/EE -0037. Implementation Plan for Engineering Research, Development, and Demonstration . 1994. EMF-RAPID Program. Washington D.C.:DOE/EE-0036. Morgan, G. 1995. Fields from Electric Power. Part 1: What Are Fields? Part 2: Do 60 Hz Fields Pose Health Risks? and Part 3: What Can and Should Be Done? Pittsburgh, PA: Department of Engineering and Public Policy, Carnegie Mellon University . NRPB. 1992. Electromagnetic Fields and the Risk of Cancer. Documents of the National Radiological Protection Board, Chilton, Didcot. 3:1-138. NRPB. 1994. Electromagnetic Fields and the Risk of Cancer. Documents of the National Radiological Protection Board, Chilton, Didcot. 5:77-81. ORAU. 1992. Health Effects of Low Frequency Electric and Magnetic Fields. ORAU 92/F9. Oak Ridge Associated Universities:The Committee in Interagency Radiation Research and Policy Coordination. Peach, H. G., W. J. Bonwick, and T. Wyse. 1992. Report of The Panel on Electromagnetic Fields and Health. Melbourne, Australia:The Victorian Government. Research Agenda and Communications Plan, EMF-RAPID Program. 1994. Washington D.C.:DOE/EE-0021.

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EMF Research Activities Completed Under the Energy Policy Act of 1992: [Interim Report, 1995] Wertheimer, N. and E. Leeper. 1979. Electrical wiring configurations and childhood cancer. Am. J. Epidemiol. 109:273-284. Yost, M.G. 1993. Nonionizing Radiation Questions and Answers. San Francisco, CA: San Francisco Press, Inc.