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Proctor, D.M. Harris, and D. Rabbe. 2002. Chapter 9: A risk assessment of chromium contaminated soils: ten years of research to characterize the health hazards, in Human and Ecological Risk Assessment: Theory and Practice. D. Paustenbach (ed.). pp. 485–555.

Haws, L. Permitting of Hazardous Waste Combustion Facilities in the State of Texas: Human Health Risks Associated with Fugitive Emissions Sources. Presented at the Texas Chemical Council Quarterly Meeting. August 1, 2002. Houston, TX.

Grant RL, Rodriguez R, Hofelt CS, and Haws LC. 2002. Shortcomings in USEPA’s approach for predicting risk due to consumption of animal food products impacted by air emissions from hazardous waste combustion facilities: a case study involving phthalates. Human Ecol Risk Assess. 8(5):1137-1154.

Sanatamaria, A., L. Ferriby, M. Harris, and D. Paustenbach. Use of biomarkers in health risk assessment. In Toxicologic Biomarkers, Anthony DeCaprio (ed.). Informa Healthcare. pp. 85-109.

Haws, L. Texas Risk Reduction Program Rule-The Basics. Question and Answer Forum Panelist. Presented at the Texas Natural Resource Conservation Commission Environmental Trade Fair. Waste Remediation Track. May 7, 2002. Austin, TX.

Roberts SM, Jordan KE, Warren DA, Britt JK and James RC. 2002. Evaluation of the carcinogenicity of 1,1-Dichloroethylene (Vinylidene Chloride). Regul. Toxicol. Pharmacol. 35:44-55.

Haws, L. Toxicology and Risk Assessment Resources and Practices in the State of Texas. Presented at the USEPA Region 6 States Risk Assessment Roundtable. April 5, 2002. Dallas, TX.

Patel LB, Walden GL, Kaminsky MM, Bailey RE, McMillan DA. Peroxide degradation kinetics during use of Crest Whitestrips. Toxicologist 66(1-S):269, 2002.

Perry, C.S. TRRP Rule – The basics part 2: human health PCLs and look-up tables. 2002 TNRCC Environmental Trade Fair presentation and paper.

Hofelt CS, Honeycutt M, McCoy JT, and Haws LC. 2001. Development of a metabolism factor for polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons for use in multipathway risk assessments for hazardous waste combustion facilities. Reg Toxicol Pharmacol. 33:60-65.

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