Characterization, Fate, and Transport

H6. Risk Assessment and Bioavailability Considerations

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Evaluation of Bioavailability of Contaminants in Soil: State-of-the-Art Guidance from ITRCC. Sorrentino, K. Durant, and L. Hay WilsonPlatformViewView
California Arsenic Bioaccessibility Method: Bench-Top Prediction of Relative Bioavailability in Contaminated SoilsV.M. Hanley, C. Sorrentino, S. Whitacre, and N.T. BastaPlatformViewView
Using a Risk-Based Approach to Guide Remedial Goals: Oral Relative Bioavailability of PAHs at Formerly Used Defense SitesN.D. Forsberg, B.H. Magee, A.K. Meyer, G.C. Hoeger, and C.M. DuartePlatformViewView
Oral Bioavailability of Nonpolar Organic Chemicals in Soil for Use in Human Health Risk AssessmentS. Yu, R. Schoof, and D. HarrekildePlatformViewView
Effects-Driven Assessment and Management of Complex Operating Sites: Results of Initial Field InvestigationP. Campbell, S. Siciliano, and K. BradshawPlatformViewView
Guidance on Establishing Remediation Objectives for Sites in Australia J.N. Jit, B.P. Kennedy, and R. NaiduPlatformView 
Application of the Method for Environmental Risk Assessment of the EPA in an Area Contaminated by Pesticides, Organic Compounds, and Metals: Case StudyV.V. Sewaybricker and R. SpinaPosterView