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- Population systems. 2nd ed. / 2008, Springer
- Radiation injury prevention and mitigation in humans 2012, CRCnetBASECh. 1. Growing health concerns with respect to low doses of ionizing radiation : can we prevent and/or mitigate them? -- ch. 2. Physics of radiological weapons and nuclear reactors -- ch. 3. Acute radiation damage by high doses of ionizing radiation in humans -- ch. 4. Long-term damages among survivors of high doses of ionizing radiation -- ch. 5. Prevention and mitigation of acute radiation sickness (ARS) -- ch. 6. Prevention and mitigation of late adverse effects of high radiation doses -- ch. 7. Health risks of low doses of ionizing radiation -- ch. 8. Prevention and mitigation against radiological weapons and nuclear plant accidents -- ch. 9. Prevention and mitigation of damage after low radiation doses -- ch. 10. Implementation plans for prevention and mitigation of radiation injury -- ch. 11. Health risks of nonionizing radiation and their prevention and mitigation.
- Radiation safety problems in the Caspian region 2004, Springer
- Radionuclide concentrations in food and the environment 2007, CRCnetBASE
- Resilience of cities to terrorist and other threats 2008, Springer
- Reversibility of chronic degenerative disease and hypersensitivity. Volume 1, Regulating mechanisms of chemical sensitivity 2010, CRCnetBASEChapter 1. The Physiologic Basis of Homeostasis -- Section. Amplification Systems -- Chapter 2. Nervous System -- Chapter 3. Immune System -- Chapter 4. Endocrine System.
- Safe piped water 2004, WHOThe microbiology of piped distribution systems and public health -- Minimizing potential for changes in microbial quality of treated water -- Design and operation of distribution networks -- Maintenance and survey of distribution systems -- Precautions during construction and repairs -- Small animals in drinking-water distribution systems -- Risk management for distribution systems.
- Sampling and surveying radiological environments 2001, CRCnetBASE
- Sampling for radionuclides in the environment 2006, HighWire
- Selected 2-alkoxyethanols 2010, WHO
- Selenium in the environment and human health 2014, CRCnetBASE
- Sick building syndrome and related illness 2011, CRCnetBASEChapter 1. Introduction / Walter E. Goldstein -- Chapter 2. Epidemiology and Health Effects in Moisture-Damaged Damp Buildings / Jean Cox-Ganser, Ju-Hyeong Park, Richard Kanwal -- Chapter 3. Mold Biology, Molecular Biology and Genetics / Edward Sobek -- Chapter 4. Products of Mold Associated with Sick Building Syndrome / Walter E. Goldstein -- Chapter 5. Mathematical Model of Mold Propagation and Product Formation in Building Materials, Inherent Transport Phenomena and Applications / Walter E. Goldstein, Willem A. Schreuder -- Chapter 6. Forensic Studies in Moldy-Damp Buildings / Philip R. Morey, Gary N. Crawford, Michael J. Cornwell, Brad Caddick, Tara Toren-Rudisill, Raoul Webb -- Chapter 7. Practices in Identifying, Remediating and Reoccupancy When Mold Occurs / Gary R. Brown -- Chapter 8. Analysis of Microscopic Contaminants in Sick Building Investigations / James Millette, Barb Epstien, Elliott Horner -- Chapter 9. Analytical Practice in Mold Identification and Solutions, Including Measurements and Sampling / Edward Sobek -- Chapter 10. Research and Development, Directions in Construction Practice and Summary Recommendations / Walter E. Goldstein.
- Some non-heterocyclic polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons and related occupational exposures 2010, IARC
- Statistical analysis of environmental space-time processes 2006, Springer
- Strontium and strontium compounds 2010, WHO
- Sustaining young forest communities 2011, SpringerThis edited volume addresses a rising concern among natural resource scientists and management professionals about decline of the many plant and animal species associated with early-successional habitats, especially within the Central Hardwood Region of the USA. These open habitats, with herbaceous, shrub, or young forest cover, are disappearing as abandoned farmland, pastures, and cleared forest patches return to forest. There are many questions about 'why, what, where, and how' to manage for early successional habitats. In this book, expert scientists and experienced land managers synthesize knowledge and original scientific work to address critical questions sparked by the decline of early successional habitats.
- Tobacco smoke and involuntary smoking 2004, IARC
- Toxicological profile for 1,1,1-trichloroethane 2006, ATSDR
- Toxicological profile for acrolein 2007, ATSDR
- Toxicological profile for americium 2004, ATSDR
- Toxicological profile for ammonia 2004, ATSDR
- Toxicological profile for arsenic 2007, ATSDR
- Toxicological profile for benzene 2007, ATSDR
- Toxicological profile for carbon tetrachloride 2005, ATSDR
- Toxicological profile for cesium 2004, ATSDR
- Toxicological profile for cobalt 2004, ATSDR
- Toxicological profile for cyanide 2006, ATSDR
- Toxicological profile for dichlorobenzenes 2006, ATSDR
- Toxicological profile for hydrogen sulfide 2006, ATSDR
- Toxicological profile for iodine 2004, ATSDR
- Toxicological profile for lead 2007, ATSDR
- Toxicological profile for nickel 2005, ATSDR
- Toxicological profile for strontium 2004, ATSDR
- Toxicological profile for tin and tin compounds 2005, ATSDR
- Toxicological profile for tungsten 2005, ATSDR
- Toxicological profile for vinyl chloride 2006, ATSDR
- Toxicological profile for xylene 2007, ATSDR
- Toxicological profile for zinc 2005, ATSDR
- Trophic and guild interactions in biological control 2006, Springer
- Part 1:Guidance document on characterizing and communicating uncertainty in exposure assessment --Part 2:Hallmarks of data quality in chemical exposure assessment.
- Water and sustainable agriculture 2011, SpringerIrrigated agriculture, a vital component of general agriculture, supplies fruits, vegetables, and cereals consumed by humans and grains fed to animals. Consequently, agriculture is the largest user of fresh water globally, and irrigation practices in many parts of the world are biologically, economically, and socially unsustainable. Water management should balance the need for agricultural water and the need for a sustainable environment. Water-use efficiency is the prime challenge in worldwide farming practices where problems of water shortages are widespread. Currently, agriculture is undergoing significant changes in innovative irrigation, fertilizer technology, and agronomic expertise. These elements constitute a vital platform for sustainable agricultural success and for preventing environmental damage. This review presents several processes linked to environmental irrigation, balancing environmental protection with improved agricultural production.
- WHO Handbook on indoor radon 2009, WHO
- WHO Human health risk assessment toolkit 2010, WHO"The purpose of this publication is to provide its users with guidance to identify, acquire and use the information needed to assess chemical hazards, exposures and the corresponding health risks in their given health risk assessment contexts at local and/or national levels. The toolkit provides information for conducting a human health risk assessment, identifies information that must be gathered to complete an assessment and provides electronic links to international resources from which the user can obtain information and methods essential for conducting the human health risk assessment"--Publisher's description.
- WHO recommended classification of pesticides by hazard and guidelines to classification 2009 2010, WHO"The WHO Recommended Classification of Pesticides by Hazard was approved by the 28th World Health Assembly in 1975 and has since gained wide acceptance. ... Guidelines were first issued in 1978, and have since been revised and reissued every few years. Up until the present revision the original guidelines approved by the World Health Assembly in 1975 have been followed without amendment. In December, 2002 the United Nations Committee of Experts on the Transport of Dangerous Goods and on the Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labelling of Chemicals (UNCETDG/GHS) approved a document called 'The Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labelling of Chemicals' with the intent to provide a globally-harmonized system1 (GHS) to address classification of chemicals, labels, and safety data sheets. ... For this revision of the Classification the WHO Hazard Classes have been aligned in an appropriate way with the GHS Acute Toxicity Hazard Categories for acute oral or dermal toxicity as the starting point for allocating pesticides to a WHO Hazard Class (with adjustments for individual pesticides where required). ... The GHS Acute Toxicity Hazard Category for each pesticide is now presented alongside the existing information." - p. 1.
- Harrison's Principles of Internal Medicine
- AAP Red Book Online
- Robbins & Cotran Pathologic Basis of Disease
- Sabiston Textbook of Surgery
- Nelson's Textbook of Pediatrics
- Surgical Exposures in Orthopaedics
- Mandell, Douglas, & Bennett's Principles & Practice of Infectious Diseases
- Red Book Online
- ICU Book
- Primary Care Medicine
- Campbell-Walsh Urology
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