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  1. Rehabilitating Damaged Ecosystems

    2nd Edition

    Edited by John Cairns, Jr.

    Built on a strong foundation in restoration ecology, this unique handbook provides practitioners, academics, and managers with vital tools needed to plan for ecosystem conservation, to restore degraded ecosystems, to make cost-effective restoration decisions, and to understand important legal...

    Published December 26th 1994 by CRC Press

  2. Ecological Toxicity Testing

    Scale, Complexity, and Relevance

    By John Cairns, Jr.

    Ecological Toxicity Testing provides a critical comparison of toxicity tests at different levels of biological organization from cells to landscapes. While ecological toxicity tests can be designed at any of the many levels of complexity and on spatial scales ranging from square millimeters to...

    Published December 26th 1994 by CRC Press

  3. A Guide To Practical Human Reliability Assessment

    By B. Kirwan

    Human error is here to stay. This perhaps obvious statement has a profound implication for society when faced with the types of hazardous system accidents that have occurred over the past three decades. Such accidents have been strongly influenced by human error, yet many system designs in...

    Published November 6th 1994 by CRC Press

  4. Assessing Forest Ecosystem Health in the Inland West

    By R Neil Sampson, David L Adams

    Assessing Forest Ecosystem Health in the Inland West is a thorough reference for policymakers, resource managers, environmentalists, students, and anyone interested in using ecosystem management as a tool to address forest health problems in the Inland West. The book provides the reader with a...

    Published October 25th 1994 by CRC Press

  5. Introduction to Chemical Exposure and Risk Assessment

    By W. Brock Neely

    Introduction to Chemical Exposure and Risk Assessment focuses on the principles involved in assessing the risks from chemical exposure. These principles include the perception of risk, an understanding of how numbers are handled, and how chemicals affect health. The book briefly describes the major...

    Published September 25th 1994 by CRC Press

  6. Interpreting the Precautionary Principle

    By Timothy O'Riordan

    Edited by James Cameron

    Viewed from the perspective of environmental management, this study describes the implications and applications of the precautionary principle - a theory of avoiding risk even when its likelihood seems remote. This principle has been employed in the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate...

    Published August 31st 1994 by Routledge

  7. Description and Sampling of Contaminated Soils

    A Field Guide, 2nd Edition

    By J. Russell Boulding

    This second edition of EPA's bestselling book, Description and Sampling of Contaminated Soils: A Field Guide, Second Edition, has been revised and significantly expanded over the original edition. An ideal reference for anyone involved in site investigations, this guide describes how to determine...

    Published March 28th 1994 by CRC Press

  8. Methods for Genetic Risk Assessment

    By David Brusick

    Genetic disease contributes to a major portion of our health care costs. While most of the human genetic burden is transmitted from generation to generation, environmental chemicals capable of reacting with germ cell DNA could produce new mutations, resulting in an even greater genetic liability...

    Published January 10th 1994 by CRC Press

  9. Complexity in Urban Crisis Management

    Amsterdam's Response to the Bijlmer Air Disaster

    By U. Rosenthal, et al

    First Published in 1994. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company....

    Published December 31st 1993 by Routledge

  10. Ecotoxicology of Soil Organisms

    By Herman Eijsackers, Fred Heimbach, Marianne H. Donker

    This book provides a comprehensive examination of all aspects of the ecotoxicology of soil organisms. The book explains how contaminants reach the soil, traces their transport through the soil, and then moves on to examine the effects of contaminants on different groups of soil organisms (e.g.,...

    Published December 8th 1993 by CRC Press