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Integrated risk analysis for acute and chronic exposure to toxic chemicals
The traditional practice to assess and evaluate different types of risk in isolation to each other are liable to give erroneous results. Integrated risk assessment is an answer to overcome this problem. This paper presents ...
Potential health risks related to carcinogens in the atmospheric environment in india
In India, rapid urbanization and ndustrialization have contributed positively toward meeting the materialistic needs of the citizens, but have also resulted incontamination of the atmospheric environment. This paper deals ...
Emission estimates and trends (1990–2000) for megacity Delhi and implications
A comprehensive emission inventory for megacity Delhi, India, for the period 1990–2000 has been developed in support of air quality, atmospheric chemistry and climate studies. It appears that SO2 and total suspended particles ...