Risk Management Research
EPA's risk management research identifies, develops and tests innovative tools, methods and technologies used to solve and prevent complex environmental problems to safeguard human health and the environment. EPA scientists and engineers seek to determine what environmental risks exist and then determine how to manage, reduce or eliminate those risks in a sustainable manner.
| Air | Climate Change | Groundwater & Ecosystems Restoration | Land, Waste & Cleanup | Sustainable Technology | Water |
| Technology Assessments, Verifications and Transfers | ETV | Water Technology Collaboration and Transfer |
Cited by 3 ACS Journals
Jetter, James, Y. Zhao, K. Smith, T. Yelverton, P. DeCarlo, M. D. Hays, Y. ZHAO, K. R. Smith, B. Khan, AND T. YELVERTON. (2012) "Pollutant Emissions and Energy Efficiency under Controlled Conditions for Household Biomass Cookstoves and Implications for Metrics Useful in Setting International Test Standards." Environmental Science and Technology. John Wiley & Sons, Ltd., Indianapolis, IN, 46(19):10827-10834.
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Research Training Program for College and University Students