Risk Analysis

Prospects and Opportunities

  • Constantine Zervos
  • Kathleen Knox
  • Lee Abramson
  • Rob Coppock

Part of the Advances in Risk Analysis book series (AIRA, volume 8)

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xi
  2. Josephine Mauskopf, A. Scott Ross
    Pages 37-43
  3. Stephen L. Brown, Joseph V. Rodricks
    Pages 45-53
  4. Robert N. Brown, Carol Brignoli Gable, Linda K. Tollefson, Janet A. Springer, Ronald J. Lorentzen
    Pages 55-63
  5. D. Amaral, R. Hetes, F. Lynn, D. Austin
    Pages 107-116
  6. George O. Rogers, John H. Sorensen
    Pages 117-134
  7. Hector A. Munera, George Yadigaroglu
    Pages 167-177
  8. D. B. Chambers, J. D. Phyper, B. Powers, M. A. Rawlings, R. F. Willes
    Pages 197-211
  9. M. Elisabeth Paté-Cornell
    Pages 213-227
  10. Lawrence B. Gratt, Gregory S. Kowalczyk
    Pages 229-238
  11. Timothy J. Mohin, David E. Guinnup
    Pages 239-247
  12. Richard A. Williams Jr., Robert N. Brown
    Pages 249-259
  13. C. Brignoli Gable, C. Kopral, C. Zervos
    Pages 261-270
  14. M. Peter Hoefer, Elayn Bernay, S. Basheer Ahmed
    Pages 271-274
  15. Robert E. Unsworth, James Cummings-Saxton, Frederick W. Talcott
    Pages 275-283
  16. M. A. Clevenger, R. M. Putzrath, S. L. Brown, M. E. Ginevan, C. T. DeRosa, M. M. Mumtaz
    Pages 293-303
  17. Daniel A. Reny, D. P. Mackowiac, R. M. Stallman
    Pages 347-355
  18. Niels C. Lind, Vicente Solana
    Pages 357-366
  19. S. Tuler, R. E. Kasperson, S. Ratick
    Pages 367-378
  20. Jonathan Savrin, Richard Dime
    Pages 393-403
  21. Jane Silber, Serdar Uckun, Kazuhiko Kawamura, Shigeru Ozaki
    Pages 417-423
  22. Hector A. Munera
    Pages 471-481
  23. S. S. Raymond, D. Golding, S. K. Hammond, J. Himmelstein, R. E. Kasperson, M. H. Melville et al.
    Pages 509-520

About this book


This volume of the series Advances in Risk Analysis consists of papers presented at the 1988 Annual Meeting of the Society for Risk Analysis, which was held October 30 through November 2 at the Mayflower Hotel in Washington, DC. The papers span the gamut of the increasing number of risk assessment topics addressed by the Society since it held its fIrst annual meeting in June 1981, also in Washington DC. Organized to promote interdisciplinary analyses, the Society approaches risks from three broad perspectives: (1) the impact of various risks on the health of the world's populations and on the environment; (2) the social and political implications of specifIc risks, and (3) the management and reduction of risks through the development of a risk analysis methodology and corresponding data bases. The papers included in this volume typify these three approaches and illustrate their interdependence. For example, both cancer and noncancer health risks are examined for a variety of situations that exist within society. The public's perception of risks and the correlation between that perception and the acceptance or nonacceptance of certain risks is also addressed. In addition, the progress to date on predicting and quantifying specifIc risks, including the risks associated with the construction and use of large engineered systems, is reported. Included among the papers are several dealing with recent current issues, such as the impact of California's Proposition 65, hazardous waste disposal, and chemical accidents.


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Editors and affiliations

  • Constantine Zervos
    • 1
  • Kathleen Knox
    • 2
  • Lee Abramson
    • 3
  • Rob Coppock
    • 4
  1. 1.Food and Drug AdministrationUSA
  2. 2.U.S. Environmental Protection AgencyUSA
  3. 3.Nuclear Regulatory CommissionUSA
  4. 4.National Academy of SciencesUSA

Bibliographic information

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  • Copyright Information Springer Science+Business Media New York 1991
  • Publisher Name Springer, Boston, MA
  • eBook Packages Springer Book Archive
  • Print ISBN 978-1-4899-0732-5
  • Online ISBN 978-1-4899-0730-1
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