Environmental Quality, Health, and Management: Studies in Progress
At any given time, dozens of studies are underway to address specific issues in Earth & Life Studies that will lead to reports. These studies range in scope and length: some rapidly address questions to meet immediate decision making needs (for example, one report on why New Orleans' levees failed in Hurricane Katrina was absolutely necessary before the next hurricane season), while others deal with broader or ongoing issues and can span a number of years (as in the case of an ongoing review of efforts to restore the Everglades).
- Assessing Toxicologic Risks to Human Subjects Used in Controlled Exposure Studies of Environmental Pollutants
- Incorporating 21st Century Science into Risk-Based Evaluations
- Independent Scientific Review of Everglades Restoration Progress
- Review of EPA's IRIS Toxicological Assessments of Inorganic Arsenic
- Review of Spacecraft Exposure Guidelines for Air and Water Contaminants
- Unraveling Low Dose Toxicity: Case Studies of Systematic Review of Evidence