United States
Environmental Protection
Agency
 PB93-904202
April-June 1993
EPA Publications
Bibliography

Quarterly Abstract
Bulletin

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                                              PB93-904202
                                            April-June 1993
EPA PUBLICATIONS BIBLIOGRAPHY
      QUARTERLY ABSTRACT BULLETIN
                 SPONSORED BY
          U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
       Center for Environmental Research Information
               Cincinnati, Ohio 45268
                     AND
          U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
       Information Management and Services Division
               Washington. DC 20460

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                          CONTENTS
About this Bibliography	ii
New EPA Document Numbering System	iv
About NTIS	:.	v
NTIS Ordering Options	v
EPA Library Network	vi
Report Summaries	1
Title Index	TI-1
Keyword Index	KW-1
Sponsoring EPA Office Index	SO-1
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EPA  PUBLICATIONS
BIBLIOGRAPHY
  The full bibliographic report entries in this section are arranged alphanumerically by
  NTIS order number. Alphabetic data precedes numeric.
SAMPLE ENTRY
        NTIS Order Number/Media Coda
                      Price Codes

                       Report Title
                   Corporate Author

                   Personal Authors

                            Date
                           Pages
                    Report Number

                   Contract Number
                         Abstract
PB90-120072/HSU
PC A09/MF A01
       Keywords (Descriptors & Identifiers)
Sensitivity of Ecological Landscapes and Regions to Global
Climatic Change

Oregon State Univ.. Corvallis

F. P. Neilson, G. A. King, R. L DeVelice, J. Lenihan, and
D. Marks.
Sep89
193p
EPA/600/3-89/073

EPA-68-C8-0006
Prepared in cooperation with NSI Technology Services Corp.,
Corvallis, OR. Sponsored by Corvallis Environmental Research
Lab.. OR.

Increasing awareness  of  the potential impacts from global
climatic change has elicited a storm of research planning
among all the major federal agencies. One of the primary
difficulties confronted in the planning effort is the need to
objectively define clear priorities for research dollars. The
report is an attempt to contribute to the process of defining
those priorities by scientifically defining specific regions, eco-
logical systems and attributes of those systems that might be
particularly sensitive to climatic change. Two approaches to
addressing sensitivity have been defined, intrinsic sensitivity
and sensitivity relative to a particular stressor. Intrinsic sensi-
tivity is gauged by past variations in different ecosystems.
Extrinsic or stressor relative sensitivity addressed the same
question, but from the perspective of a particular stress.

'Climatic, changes, 'Environmental Surveys,  'Research
projects, Hydrology, Forecasting, Weather, Biological Sur-
veys, Precipitation (Meteorology), Runoff, Natural Resources,
Seasonal variations, Biomass, vegetation, Forestry, 'Regional
Analysis, * Ecosystems, 'Global aspects, Federal agencies,
Comprehensive planning.

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                           EPA  PUBLICATIONS  BIBLIOGRAPHY
                                       Quarterly   Abstract   Bulletin
PB9M31374/REB               PC A07/MF A02
Environmental Protection Agency,  Washington. DC.
Office of Solid Waste and Emergency Response.
Index to the Monthly  Hotline Report Questions
(June 1982 to December 1991).
Booz-Allen and Hamilton. Inc., Bethesda, MD.
Dec 92,130p EPA/530/SW-91 /094
Contract EPA-68-WO-0039
See also PB92-131242 and PB92-131390. Sponsored
by Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC.
Office of Solid Waste and Emergency Response.


The document provides  four Indices to the question
and answer sections of the RCRA/Superfund/Oust
Monthly Hotline Reports  from June 1982 through De-
cember 1991. The first index is an alphabetical listing
of question titles by year and month. The second index
organizes the questions by regulatory citation, begin-
ning with 40 CFR 257. The third Index organizes the
questions by  statuatory  citation. Finally, the fourth
index references the questions by key word or subject
heading.


Keywords:  'Information  management,  'Waste  man-
agement,  'Regulations,   'lndexes(Documentation),
Hazardous materials, Waste disposal,  Information re-
trieval, Superfund, Listings, Toxic substances, Under-
ground storage, Storage  tanks, Legal aspects, Public
information, 'Hotline Reports, Emergency  Planning
and Community Right-to-Know Act, Resource Conser-
vation and Recovery Act, Office of Underground Stor-
age Tanks.
PB92-169648/REB               PC A06/MF A02
Environmental Monitoring Methods Index. Version
1.0 Software. User's Manual.
Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC.
Aug 92,120p' EPA/821 /B-92/001
See  also  PB92-503093.  PB92-504257 and  PB92-
504265.


The Environmental Monitoring Methods Index System
(EMMI) is an automated inventory of information on
environmentally significant analytes monitored by the
U.S.  Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) and
methods for their analysis. The EMMI System was
originally developed in 1985 by Viar and Company and
Joel Kamofsky for the USEPA Office of Water Regula-
tions and Standards (OWRS) Industrial Technology Di-
vision (ITD) to aid in the selection of appropriate ana-
lytical methods for environmental monitoring studies.
In November 1990, the Agency selected the EMMI
System, then called the List of Lists, for enhancement
and distribution throughout EPA to serve as the single
authoritative source for cataloguing the Agency's ana-
lytical methods. The EMMI database Includes informa-
tion on more than 2800 analytes from 50 regulatory
and non-regulatory lists and more than 900 analytical
methods. The database provides a comprehensive
cross-reference  between  analytes and  analytical
methods and contains information on related laws and
organizations and additional databases for further In-
formation.  EMMI  Is a PC-based  system written in
System J and will run on IBM and IBM-compatible per-
sonal computers. EMMI software is .available in a run-
time module that allows users to execute the applica-
tion but does not allow any modification of program or
database files. System change control is maintained
by the USEPA Office of Water.


Keywords:   'Software,  'Environmental monitoring,
'lndexes(Documentation), 'US EPA, 'Information re-
trieval. Users manual, Licenses, Data bases, Printing,
Government agencies, Vendors, Test methods, Law
enforcement.        Standards,         Installing.
EMMl(Envlronmental   Monitoring   Methods  Index
System), Chemical compounds, Listings, IBM/PC.
PB92-963287/REB               PC A01/MF A01
Superfund  Accelerated  Cleanup Model (SACM).
Volume 1, Number 4, November 1992. Intermittent
bulletin.
Environmental Protection  Agency,  Washington, DC.
Office of Emergency and Remedial Response.
Nov 92,1 p OSWER-9203.1 -02I-VOL-1-NO-4
Paper copy available on Standing Order, deposit ac-
count required (minimum deposit $200, U.S., Canada,
and Mexico; all others $400). Single copies also avail-
able in paper copy or microfiche.

The U.S. EPA currently is developing and Implement-
ing a streamlined way to clean up hazardous waste
sites known as the Superfund Accelerated Cleanup
Model, or SACM. It is designed to make the Superfund
Program more efficient by cutting years off of cleanups
and quickly reducing risks to people and the environ-
ment. This bulletin issue provides an overview of the
Superfund Accelerated Cleanup Model.

Keywords: 'Superfund, 'Remedial action, 'Mathemat-
ical models, 'waste management, Hazardous materi-
als, Implementation, Risk assessment, Regional analy-
sis, Long term effects, Community relations,  Public
opinion, Law enforcement, 'Super-fund Accelerated
Cleanup Model, 'Cloanup operations.
PB92-963289/REB               PC A03/MF A01
OSWER Superfund Telephone Directory.
Environmental Protection Agency,  Washington, DC,
Office of Emergency and Remedial Response.
Dec 92,42p EPA/540/R-92/027, OSWER-9200.0-
03F
Supersedes PB92-963264.
Paper copy available on  Standing Order, deposit ac-
count required (minimum deposit $200, U.S., Canada,
and Mexico; all others $400). Single copies also avail-
able in paper copy or microfiche.

The report lists telephone numbers of Headquarters
and Regional OSWER/Superfund offices and person-
nel for US EPA.

Keywords: 'Hazardous materials, 'Telephone sets,
'Directories,  Telecommunication,  Office personnel,
Solid waste disposal, Emergencies, 'Superfund pro-
gram, Listings, US EPA 1-10 Regions.
PB92-963377/REB               PC A22/MF A04
Hazard Ranking System Guidance Manual. Final in-
terim rept. (Directive).
Environmental Protection  Agency, Washington, DC.
Office of Emergency and Remedial Response.
Nov 92,524p EPA/540/R-92/026, OSWER-9345.1-
07
Paper copy available on Standing Order, deposit ac-
count required (minimum deposit $200 U.S., Canada,
and Mexico; all others $400). Single copies also avail-
able In paper copy or microfiche.

The Hazard Ranking System Guidance Manual pro-
vides general and technical guidance for Individuals in-
volved in determining Hazard Ranking System (HRS)
scores  and preparing  HRS scoring packages. The
manual clarifies terms and concepts in the HRS. pre-
sents strategies and specific guidance for scoring se-
lected HRS factors, and provides guidelines to assist
in collecting and organizing relevant data.

Keywords: 'Superfund, 'Hazardous materials, 'Waste
management, 'Manuals,  Guidelines, Site  surveys,
Ranking, Path of pollutants, Water pollution, Land pol-
lution, Air pollution, Risk assessment, Environmental
transport, Remedial action, Data collection, 'Hazard
Ranking System, 'Office of Solid Waste and Emergen-
cy Response, National Priorities List, Comprehensive
Environmental Response Compensation and Liability
Act.
PB92-963618/REB               PC A02/MF A01
Superfund at Work: Hazardous Waste Cleanup Ef-
forts Nationwide, Fall 1992. (Valley of the Drums,
Bullltt County, Kentucky).
Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC.
Office of Solid Waste and Emergency Response.
1992.8p EPA/520/F-92/006
Paper copy available on  Standing Order, deposit ac-
count required (minimum deposit $200 U.S., Canada,
and Mexico; all others $400). Single copies also avail-
able In paper copy or microfiche.


The Superfund program was designed to mitigate the
dangers posed by improper disposal of hazardous
waste. The A.L. Taylor site, also known as 'Valley of
the Drums', was one of the first challenges to Super-
fund. Valley of the Drums was the scene of one of the
largest drum removals in the history of the  program.
The successful cleanup  was accomplished through
some  notable achievements, including: a significant
reduction of risks to local citizens and the environment
due to several  emergency removal actions; use of
state-of-the-art  cleanup technologies; combined ef-
forts between  the  U.S.  Environmental  Protection
Agency (EPA) and the Kentucky Department of Natu-
ral  Resources  and   Environmental   Protection
(KDNREP);  and recovery of $1.8  million of EPA's
cleanup costs from polluters. The cooperative  effort
among EPA, State and local groups culminated in a
cleanup of tremendous proportions and a safe com-
munity and environment.


Keywords: * Superfund, 'Hazardous materials, 'Reme-
dial action, 'Drums(Containers), 'Waste management,
State of the art, State government, Kentucky, Cost re-
payment Emergency planning,  Water pollution con-
trol, US EPA, PoTychloiinated biphenyls, Heavy metals,
Aromatic polycyclic hydrocarbons. Volatile organic
compounds. 'Bullitt County(Kentucky), 'Cleanup op-
erations, Cooperative agreements, Potentially respon-
sible parties.
PB92-963627/REB               PC A02/MF A01
Superfund at Work: Hazardous Waste Cleanup Ef-
forts Nationwide, Fall 1992. (American Thermostat
Corporation, New York).
Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC.
Office of Solid Waste and Emergency Response.
1992,6p EPA/520/F-92/009
Paper copy available on Standing Order, deposit ac-
count required (minimum deposit $200 U.S., Canada,
and Mexico; all others $400). Single copies also avail-
able in paper copy or microfiche.


EPA's Superfund program decisively mitigated danger-
ously high levels of toxic chemicals at New  York's
American Thermostat  Corporation (ATC) hazardous
waste site.  Superfund  staff: quickly  sampled area
drinking wells and treated over  10 million gallons of
contaminated ground water; used innovative technol-
ogies to reduce on-site soil and ground water contami-
nation; secured a permanent alternate water supply for
affected  residents; and initiated a public outreach
effort which gained support for cleanup activities. The
American Thermostat site is a prime example of EPA's
commitment to preserve the health and welfare of citi-
zens and the environment.


Keywords: 'Hazardous materials, 'Remedial action,
•Waste management, 'Superfund, US EPA. Chemical
wastes, Water pollution control, Potable water, New
York, Community relations, Chromium, Water supply,
Alternatives,  Volatile organic compounds, Organic
compounds.  Arsenic,  Lead(Metal), Water pollution
sampling, 'South Cairo(New York), 'Cleanup  oper-
ations, Innovative treatment technologies, American
Thermostat Corporation.

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PB92-963628/REB               PC A02/MF A01
Superfund at Work: Hazardous Waste Cleanup Ef-
forts Nationwide, Fall 1992. (Wide Beach Section
of Brant, New York).
Environmental  Protection  Agency, Washington, DC.
Office of Solid Waste and Emergency Response.
1992,8p EPA/520/F-92/010
Paper copy available on Standing Order, deposit ac-
count required (minimum deposit $200 U.S., Canada,
and Mexico; all others $400). Single copies also avail-
able in paper copy or microfiche.

Wide-spread contamination of polychlorinated biphen-
yls (PCBs) threatened the Wide Beach section of
Brant, New York, a popular vacation resort. EPA's Su-
perfund program effectively completed a permanent
cleanup of Wide Beach in the span of one year. Other
highlights included:  a new and innovative technology
to remove PCB contamination; reduction of PCBs to
one-fifth of acceptable levels;  temporary relocation of
residents who were concerned for their health while
cleanup activities took place; newly paved roads and
driveways, re-landscaped  yards,  and  a new storm
sewer system; and restoration of ecologically sensitive
wetlands.  EPA's achievements significantly reduced
PCB risks at Wide Beach, and left a satisfied communi-
ty in Brant.

Keywords: 'Superfund, 'Remedial action, 'Hazardous
materials, 'Waste management, 'Oil spills, Waste oils,
Recreation, Polychlorinated bipnenyls, Beaches, Wet-
lands, US EPA, Community relations, Paving, Soil con-
tamination, Water pollution, Wide Beach, New  York,
*Brant(New York),  'Cleanup  operations,  Innovative
treat technologies.
PB92-963629/REB               PC A02/MF A01
Superfund at Work: Hazardous Waste Cleanup Ef-
forts Nationwide, Fall 1992.  (Krysowaty  Farm,
Hlllsborough, New Jersey).
Environmental  Protection Agency,  Washington, DC.
Office of Solid Waste and Emergency Response.
1992,6p EPA/520/F-92/011
Paper copy available on Standing Order, deposit ac-
count required  (minimum deposit $200 U.S., Canada,
and Mexico; all others $400). Single copies also avail-
able in paper copy or microfiche.

The one-acre dump at Krysowaty Farm was small in
size compared to some other Superfund sites. But five
years of dumping proved to be a challenge when de-
signing an appropriate cleanup. Nevertheless, the U.S.
Environmental  Protection Agency (EPA) quickly and
efficiently alleviated immediate and  potential dangers
to the community of Hillsborough, New Jersey. In less
than five months, Superfund staff: worked closely with
community members and Hillsborough Township offi-
cials to ensure an effective solution; funded a perma-
nent alternate water supply for residents threatened by
contaminated well water; and completed a permanent
cleanup of hazardous wastes at the  site. Krysowaty
Farm is a good example of how an active community,
coupled with EPA responsiveness and expertise, can
eliminate the dangers  posed by  the unauthorized
dumping of hazardous substances.

Keywords: 'Superfund, 'Hazardous materials, 'Reme-
dial action,  'Waste management, Waste disposal,
Water  pollution,  Community  relations, Alternatives,
Water supply, US EPA, Volatile organic compounds,
Pesticides,  Polychlorinated blphenyls,  New Jersey,
•Hillsborough Township(New Jersey), 'Cleanup oper-
ations.
PB92-963630/REB               PC A02/MF A01
Superfund at Work: Hazardous Waste Cleanup Ef-
forts Nationwide, Fall 1992. (Clba-Qslgy Corpora-
tion, Mclntosh, Alabama).
Environmental  Protection  Agency, Washington, DC.
Office of Solid Waste and Emergency Response.
1992,6pEPA/520/F-92/017
Paper copy available on Standing Order, deposit ac-
count required  (minimum deposit $200 U.S., Canada,
and Mexico; all others $400), Single copies also avail-
able in paper copy or microfiche.

On March 31,1992, the U.S. Environmental Protection
Agency (EPA) reached an  agreement with Ciba-Geigy
Corporation in Mclntosh, Alabama to clean up soil and
ground water contaminated by DDT, herbicides, and
chemicals. The agreement is one of the largest private
party settlements in Superfund history, valued at ap-
proximately $120 million. EPA activities at the site in-
cluded: conducting preliminary contamination investi-
gations jointly with the Alabama Environmental Health
Administration, beginning in  1979; designing a multi-
phased  cleanup that is responsive to the complex
nature of the contamination and reduces potential risk
to the local population and environment; and awarding
a grant to a community group to help them participate
in cleanup decisions. Ciba-Geigy, like EPA, has made
consistent efforts to build and maintain good relations
with the community. These efforts demonstrate the in-
creasing trend toward cooperation between industries,
local communities, and EPA at Superfund sites.

Keywords:  'Superfund, 'Remedial action,  'Waste
management, 'Hazardous materials, Insecticides, US
EPA, DDT, Herbicides, Chemical compounds, Ground
water, Water pollution control,  Land pollution control,
Community relations, Alabama, *Mclntosh(Alabama),
'Cleanup operations, Settlements, Ciba-Geigy Corpo-
ration,  Potentially responsible parties, Cooperative
agreements.
PB93-10034S/REB               PC A02/MF A01
RED Facts: Ethylene. Fact sheet.
Environmental  Protection  Agency, Washington, DC.
Office of Pesticide Programs.
Sep 92,6p EPA/540/FS-92/224

EPA is directed by the Federal Insecticide, Fungicide,
and Rodenticide Act as amended in 198B (FIFRA '88)
to review all pesticide products containing active ingre-
dients  initially registered before  November  1, 1984,
and to reregister those products that have a  substan-
tially complete  data base and do not pose unreason-
able adverse effects to people or the environment.
The pesticide reregistratlon program is to be  complet-
ed by the late 1990's. The  RED FACTS fact sheet
summarizes EPA's conclusion, as set forth in the Re-
registration Eligibility Document (or RED), that  prod-
ucts containing a pesticide do not pose unreasonable
risks when used as directed by Agency-approved la-
beling, and are eligible for reregistration.

Keywords: 'Pesticides, 'Toxic substances, 'Ethylene,
Guidelines, Health hazards, Public health, Herbicides,
Growth regulators, Plant growth, Agricultural products,
Pest control, Regulations, Ecology, Risk assessment,
Labels, 'Reregistration, Federal Insecticide Fungicide
and Rodenticide Act.
PB93-115822/REB               PC A08/MF A02
Environmental  Protection  Agency, Washington, DC.
Office of Ground-Water Protection.
Delineation of Wellhead Protection Areas In Frac-
tured Rocks.
Wisconsin  Geological  and  Natural History Survey,
Madison.
K. R. Bradbu, M. A. Muldoon, A. Zaporozec, and J.
Levy. Jun 91,160p EPA/570/9-91 /009
See also PB88-111430 and PB93-101111. Sponsored
by Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC.
Office of Ground-Water Protection.

In 1989, the Wisconsin Geological and Natural History
Survey prepared the report under an agreement with
the  Environmental Protection  Agency to  evaluate
methods for wellhead protection area (WHPA) delinea-
tion in unconfined fractured-rock aquifers. Two frac-
tured-rock settings were selected for the  study: Pre-
cambrian crystalline rocks in central Wisconsin and Si-
lurian dolomite in northeastern Wisconsin. The meth-
ods tested ranged from simple approaches to complex
computer models. Four WHPA delineation approaches
are suggested  for unconfined fractured-rock aquifers
that do not behave as porous media.

Keywords: 'Protection, 'Water wells, 'Water pollution,
Guides(lnstructions),  Hydro-geology,  Ground water,
Urban areas, Potable water, Technical assistance,
Aquifers, Rocks, Fractures, Dolomite, Wisconsin, Safe
Drinking Water Act of 1974.
PB93-115897/REB               PC A04/MF A01
Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC.
Office of Drinking Water.
Technical Assistance Document: Corrosion,  Its
Detection and Control In Injection Wells.
SMC Martin, Inc., Valley Forge, PA.
G. Coker, J. van Ee, and J. Hillman. Aug 87,61 p EPA/
570/9-87/002
Sponsored by  Environmental  Protection  Agency,
Washington, DC. Office of Drinking Water.
The document is intended to summarize information
on the occurrence, detection and control of corrosion.
It is not intended to establish any regulatory require-
ments for injection wells. Section I provides a descrip-
tion of the types of corrosion; section II explains inor-
ganic encrustation; Section III gives some representa-
tive examples on the  effect of corrosion on injection
wells; Section IV discusses well corrosion with respect
to typical waste fluids and Section V describes the vari-
ous corrosion control techniques.

Keywords:  'Technical assistance,  'Injection  wells,
'Corrosion, 'Waste disposal, 'Water pollution abate-
ment,  Corrosion  prevention,  Potable water, Ground
water, Performance standards, Metals, Design criteria,
Pollution regulations,  Electrochemistry,  Degradation,
Plastics.
PB93-116135/REB               PC A03/MF A01
Hazardous Waste Management
Environmental  Protection  Agency,  Washington,  DC.
Office of International Activities.
Sep 91,20p EPA/600/M-91 /031

The report discusses hazardous wastes, their effects
on human health and the environment, sampling  and
analysis methods, and current treatment and disposal
technologies. Brochures and associated support  ma-
terial are available on many topics.

Keywords: 'Environmental management, 'Hazardous
materials,  'Waste treatment, Potable water. Mining,
Waste disposal, Pesticides,  Solid  waste disposal,
Communities, Risk, Pollution prevention, Flow charts,
Drinking water.
PB93-131431/REB               PC A04/MF A01
Environmental Protection Agency, Cincinnati, OH. Risk
Reduction Engineering Lab.
SITE-Emerglng Technologies: Laser Induced Pho-
tochemical Oxldative Destruction of Toxic Organ-
ics In Leachates and Groundwaters.
Energy and Environmental Engineering, Inc., Somer-
ville, MA. Research and Development Div.
Dec 92,58p EPA/540/R-92/080
Sponsored by Environmental Protection Agency, Cin-
cinnati, OH. Risk Reduction Engineering Lab.

The technology described in the report has been de-
veloped under  the Emerging Technology Program of
the Superfund Innovative  Technology  Evaluation
(SITE) Program to photochemically  oxidize organic
compounds in wastewater by applying ultraviolet radi-
ation using an excimer laser. The energy supplied by
the laser Is sufficient to stimulate photochemical reac-
tions  between  the organics and hydrogen  peroxide
employed as a chemical oxidant, causing photooxida-
tion and/or phototransformatlon of the toxic species to
carbon dioxide, water and the corresponding haloge-
nated acid. The photochemical reaction is capable of
producing the complete destruction of low to moderate
concentrations of toxic organics In water. Optimum
conditions for the complete destruction of several dif-
ferent classes of compounds were  developed and
demonstrated In the laboratory.

Keywords: 'Water pollution control,  'Organic com-
pounds, 'Oxidation, 'Photochemical reactions, Tech-
nology  utilization,  Hydrogen  peroxide,  Toxic sub-
stances, Ground water, Ultraviolet radiation, Degrada-
tion, Leaching, Waste disposal, Hazardous materials,
Chemical reactions, 'Superfund Innovative Technolo-
gy Evaluation Program, 'Laser induced reactions.
PB93-131449/REB               PC A03/MF A01
Atmospheric  Chemistry  and  Physical Fata  of
HCFCs and HFC*  and Their Degradation Prod-
ucts. Interim rapt. Sep 90-Sep 92.
Environmental  Protection Agency, Research Triangle
Park, NC. Atmospheric Research and Exposure As-
sessment Lab.
E. O. Edney. Dec 92,38p EPA/600/R-92/222

Laboratory experiments were conducted to determine
the fate of the proposed CFC substitutes HCFC-22,
HCFC-  123,  HCFC-124,  HCFC-141b, HCFC-142D,
HFC-125, HFC-134a, and  HFC-152a. The  program
consisted of photochemical oxidation experiments to
identify stable  oxidation products  and measure their
yields; deposition studies to measure the extent oxida-
tion products are absorbed into aqueous media; and
experiments to determine the fate of hydrolysis prod-
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                                                 EPA PUBLICATIONS BIBLIOGRAPHY
ucts during droplet  evaporation.  Model results, ob-
tained using laboratory derived lower limits estimates
for aqueous deposition velocities and assuming a well
mixed  atmosphere,  suggest the  uptakes  rates  to
cloudwater and oceans are sufficiently fast such that
significant buildup of gas phase products is unlikely.
The laboratory studies suggest that product accumula-
tion in aqueous media could be  affected by losses
during evaporation. Direct loss by evaporation of halo-
genated  acids and/or production  of volatile com-
pounds after further reactions of the dissolved acids
could return halogenated compounds to the  atmos-
phere.

Keywords: 'Atmospheric chemistry, 'Physical proper-
ties, 'Environmental chemical substitutes, 'Air pollu-
tion abatement, Experimental design, Freons, Oxida-
tion,            Hydrolysis,             Deposition,
Precipitation(Meteorology), Halogen  organic  com-
pounds, Reaction kinetics, Photochemical reactions,
Mathematical models,  Evaporation, Air water interac-
tions, Oceans, 'Hydrochlorofluorocarbons,  'Hydro-
fluorocarbons.
PB93-131456/REB                PC A03/MF A01
Environmental Protection Agency, Research Triangle
Park, NC. Air and Energy Engineering Research Lab.
Development of Size-Specific Data from Partlcu-
late Control Technology  Research Reports. Final
rept. Mar-Sep 92.
Pechan (E.H.) and Associates, Inc., Durham, NC.
T. A. Dean, M. R. J. Doom, W. R. Barnard, and R.
Coleman. Nov 92,46p EPA/600/R-92/214
Contract EPA-68-D9-0168
Sponsored by Environmental Protection Agency, Re-
search Triangle Park, NC. Air and Energy Engineering
Research Lab.

The report gives size-specific, uncontrolled emission
factors and control efficiencies developed from many
studies of particulate control device performance con-
ducted under the direction of EPA's Air and Energy En-
gineering- Research Laboratory  (AEERL)  between
1974 and  1981. The particle size ranges of concern
are 02.5, 2.5-6, 6-10,  and  0-10 micrometers. These
data and the sampling and  analysis procedures docu-
mented in the reports were subjected to a quality as-
surance review and  then compared with source- and
control-device-specific  information  in  several  data
sources maintained by EPA's  Office of Air Quality
Planning and Standards (OAQPS). Where no relevant
information existed in these data sources, it was deter-
mined  that the data developed from these studies
should be incorporated into them. Each control device
study is reviewed individually.  For each study, the
source, control device, and  sampling configuration are
described briefly, the quality of the sampling and analy-
sis methods is rated  informally, the data are compared
with comparable AP-42 data,  and conclusions are
drawn regarding the need for the data in the OAQPS
data sources. Reviews of  documents which yielded
data not suitable for  inclusion in the OAQPS data
sources are also included.

Keywords: 'Air pollution control equipment, 'Particle
size, 'Emission factors, 'Research, Reviews, Informa-
tion sources, Pollution  sources, Air pollution sampling,
Data base management, Performance evaluation, Par-
ticle size distribution, Quality assurance, Comparison,
Data collection, US EPA, Office of Air Quality Planning
and Standards.
 PB93-131484/REB               PC A04/MF A01
 Environmental Protection Agency, Athens, GA.
 Evaluation of Source Term Initial Conditions for
 Modeling Leachate Migration from Landfills.
 AQUA TERRA Consultants, Mountain View, CA.
 L. A. Mulkey, A. S. Donlglan, T. L Allison, and C. S.
 Raju.Dec92,75p
 Contract EPA-68-03-6304
 See also PB83-261099 and PB87-227006. Prepared in
 cooperation with Computer Sciences Corp., Athens,
 GA. Sponsored by Environmental Protection Agency,
 Athens, QA.

 Leachate  migration modeling is a necessary part of
 conducting exposure assessments In the development
 of land disposal regulations for solid wastes. Develop-
 ment of toxicity characteristics to define leachate con-
 centration  levels that pose unacceptable  risks to
 humans and the environment requires modeling stud-
 ies for a wide range of leachate generation-migration
 scenarios. The study Investigated the Influence of five
 alternative modeling Initial conditions on  down-gradi-
ent ground water concentrations  predicted by two
models (MULTIMED and AT123D) and for four typical
hazardous waste constituents.  Differences between
steady-state and transient conditions also were inves-
tigated. The alternative initial conditions studied were
shown to be  representative of typical leachate pat-
terns reported from laboratory and field  studies. The
square wave pulse initial condition was found to be the
most conservative representation of leachate genera-
tion for both models. Sorptive and degradation proper-
ties of chemicals strongly influence predictions, and
for some chemicals, steady-state modeling and tran-
sient modeling of the same scenario produced signifi-
cantly different results.

Keywords: 'Earth fills, 'Source terms, 'Mathematical
models, 'Leaching, 'Solid waste disposal, 'Water pol-
lution, Environmental transport, Land disposal, Pollu-
tion regulations, Toxicity, Exposure, Alternatives, Haz-
ardous materials, Steady state, Unsteady flow, Degra-
dation, Sorption.
PB93-131472/REB               PCA05/MFA02
Environmental Protection Agency, Cincinnati, OH. Risk
Reduction Engineering Lab.
Investigation  of Inappropriate Pollutant  Entries
Into Storm Drainage Systems: A User's Qulde.
Alabama Univ. In Birmingham. Dept. of Civil Engineer-
ing.
R. Pitt, M. Lalor, D. D. Adrian, R. Field, and D. Barbe.
Jan 93,98p EPA/600/R-92/238
Contract EPA-68-C9-0033
See also PB84-185552. Prepared In cooperation with
Louisiana State Univ., Baton Rouge. Dept. of Civil En-
gineering, and New Orleans Univ., LA. Dept. of Civil
Engineering. Sponsored by Environmental Protection
Agency,  Cincinnati, OH. Risk Reduction Engineering
Lab.

The User's Guide is the result of a series of EPA spon-
sored research projects to develop a procedure to in-
vestigate non-stormwater entries Into storm drainage
systems. A number of past  projects have found that
dry-weather flows discharging  from  storm drainage
systems can contribute significant pollutant loadings to
receiving waters. If these loadings are ignored (by only
considering wet-weather stormwater runoff, for exam-
ple), little improvement  in receiving water conditions
may occur with many stormwater control programs.
These dry-weather flows may originate from  many
sources, the most important sources may Include sani-
tary wastewater or industrial  and commercial pollutant
entries, failing septic tank systems, and vehicle main-
tenance activities. After the outfalls are identified that
are affected by polluted dry-weather flows, additional
survey activities are needed to locate and correct the
non-stormwater entries  into the storm drainage sys-
tems. The User's Guide contains information to allow
the design and conduct of local investigations to identi-
fy the types and  to estimate the magnitudes of these
non-stormwater entries.

Keywords:  'User manuals, 'Storm  drains, 'Storm
sewers, 'Water pollution control, 'Pollution sources,
Surveys, Waste  water,  Runoff, Sewage,  Industrial
wastes. Septic tanks, Weather, Dry methods. Mainte-
nance, Repair shops, Motor vehicles, Water quality,
Permits,  Urban runoff,  National Pollutant Discharge
Elimination System.
PB93-131480/REB               PC A03/MF A01
Robert S. Kerr Environmental Research Lab., Ada,
OK.
Behavior of Metals In Soils.
Utah Water Research Lab., Logan.
J. E. McLean, and B. E. Bledsoe. Oct 92,27p EPA/
540/S-92/018
See also PB88-144167. Sponsored by Robert S. Kerr
Environmental Research Lab., Ada, OK.

Metals added to soil will normally be retained at the
soil surface. Movement of metals  Into other environ-
mental compartments, I.e. groundwater, surface water,
or the atmosphere, should be minimal as long as the
retention capacity  of the soil Is not exceeded. The
extent of movement of a metal In the soil system is Inti-
mately related to the solution and surface chemistry of
the soil and to the specific properties of the metal and
associated waste matrix. The retention mechanisms
for metals added to soil include absorption of the metal
by the soil solid surfaces and precipitation. In addition
to soil properties, consideration must be given to the
type of metal and  Its concentration and to the pres-
ence  of competing Ions, complexlng ligands, and the
pH and redox potential of the soil-waste  matrix. Be-
cause ot'he wide range of soil characteristics and vari-
ous forms by which metals can be added to soil, evalu-
ating the extent of metal retention by a soil  Is site/soil/
waste specific. Laboratory methods for evaluating the
behavior  of metals in soils are available in the litera-
ture. Thermodynamic equilibrium computer models are
also available to assist with the evaluation.  The advan-
tages and disadvantages of some of the available pro-
cedures and models have been presented in the docu-
ment.

Keywords:  'Metals.  'Environmental transport, 'Soil
analysis,  'Surface chemistry, Land pollution, Waste
disposal,  Soil science, Thermodynamic  equilibrium,
Computerized simulation, Chemical properties, Reten-
tion, Adsorption, Physical properties.
PB93-131498/REB               PC AOS/MF A01
Environmental Protection Agency, Research Triangle
Park, NC. Office of Air Quality Planning and Standards.
Guidelines for Estimating and Applying Rule Ef-
fectiveness for Ozone CO State Implementation
Plan Base Year Inventories.
TRC Environmental Corp., Chapel Hill, NC.
Nov 92,84p EPA/452/R-92/010
Contract EPA-68D00121
See also PB92-118017. Sponsored by Environmental
Protection Agency. Research Triangle Park, NC. Office
of Air Quality Planning and Standards.

The guidance describes the procedures developed by
the Office  of Air  Quality  Planning  and Standards
(OAQPS) to estimate the effectiveness of existing reg-
ulatory programs to achieve emissions control for sta-
tionary sources. One approach is the detailed study
protocol developed  by the Environmental Protection
Agency (EPA) Stationary Source Compliance Division
(SSCD) involving on-site inspection and testing on a
single source category by source category basis. The
second approach, developed by the Air Quality Man-
agement Division (AQMD), involves answering generic
questionnaries using available file Information for spe-
cific sources and extrapolating the  results to other
sources  in the same source categories.  The third
option is to use the 80 percent default for estimating
RE. The results of these approaches are to be used to
estimate RE for the base  year emission inventories
being prepared in response to the 1990 CAAA calls for
ozone and CO SIP's.

Keywords: 'Ozone, 'Carbon monoxide, 'Pollution reg-
ulations,  'Air pollution control, 'State implementation
plans,  Guidelines, Performance evaluation, Baseline
studies,  Standards  compliance,   Questionnaries,
Sources, Volatile organic compounds, Study esti-
mates, Point sources, Procedures, 'Emission invento-
ries, 'Protocols, Area sources,
PB93-131514/REB                PC A03/MF A01
Environmental Protection Agency, Cincinnati, OH. Risk
Reduction Engineering Lab.
Column Vapor Extraction Experiments on Gaso-
line Contaminated Soil.
Camp, Dresser and McKee, Inc., Cambridge, MA.
M. E. Miller, T. A. Pederson, C. A. Kaslick, and C. Y.
Fan. C1991.17p EPA/600/A-92/254
Contract EPA-68-03-3409
Pub. in Hydrocarbon Contaminated Soils Proceedings,
Amheret, MA., Chapter 26 v11 p437-449, September
23-26, 1991. See also PB92-226430. Sponsored by
Environmental Protection Agency, Cincinnati. OH. Risk
Reduction Engineering Lab.
 	.— .J pumped 1.,-	
 and the chemicals are removed from the resulting
 vapor stream. In the work laboratory soil column ex-
 periments were conducted using a gasoline resldualry
 saturated sandy soil to evaluate the performance of
 SVE under controlled conditions. Both vapor extrac-
 tion and aqueous leaching of the soil columns were
 conducted. The progress of the vapor extraction event
 was continuously monitored by an In-line total hydro-
 carbon analyzer. Performance of vapor extraction was
 evaluated by a series of soil chemical analyses includ-
 ing total petroleum, hydrocarbons, headspace meas-
 urements, and extraction techniques with quantifica-
 tion by GC/FID and GC/MS. The data is currently un-
 dergoing EPA review and no endorsement Is implied.
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 Keywords: 'Land  pollution,  'Volatile  organic com-
 pounds, 'Soil gases, *Air pollution control. Hydrocar-
 bons, Soils, Monitoring, Leaching, Percolation, Water-
 flow, Gasoline, Risk assessment, Regulations, Sites,
 Flow diagrams, Soil vapor extraction.


 PB93-131522/REB               PC A03/MF A01
 Corvallis Environmental Research Lab., OR.
 Some  Emerging  Issues In Watershed  Manage-
 ment-Landscape Patterns, Species Conservation,
 and Climate Change. Symposium paper.
 Pacific Northwest Forest and Range Experiment Sta-
 tion, Corvallis, OR. Forestry Sciences Lab.
 F. J. Swanson, R. P. Neilson, and G. E. Grant. 1992,
 37p EPA/600/A-92/256
 Pub. in New Perspectives for Watershed Management:
 Balancing Long-term Sustainability with Cumulative
 Environmental Change, Seattle, Washington, Novem-
 ber 27-29, 1990. See also PB90-120072. Sponsored
 by Corvallis Environmental Research Lab., OR.

 Emerging  issues in watershed management include
 the needto assess the effects of management activi-
 ties  on the time scale of several cutting rotations
 (> 100 yrs) and on  spatial scales that consider factors
 impinging  from beyond watershed  boundaries. Long-
 range analysis reveals  strong, long-lasting effects of
 landscape patterns created by today's activities. How-
 ever, the ecological consequences of these patterns
 may be Invisible when the analysis horizon spans only
 a few decades. Land use decisions within watersheds
 are increasingly influenced by broader social, econom-
 ic, and  biological factors (e.g., wildlife management
 plans, such as the Northern Spotted Owl Conservation
 Strategy).  Global climate change poses yet greater po-
 tential to alter watershed management schemes. Con-
 sequently, Improved  social and technical tools  are
 needed for planning watershed management of multi-
 ple resources in an increasingly uncertain world.

 Keywords: 'Watershed management,  'Forest land,
 •Landscaping,   'Wildlife  conservation,   'Climatic
 changes,  'Ecology, Hydrology,  Forecasting,  Global
 aspects, Long term effects, Regional analysis, Vegeta-
 tion, Spatial distribution, Biological effects, Species di-
 versity, Pacific Northwest Reglon(United States).


 PB93-131530/REB               PC A02/MF A01
 Household Exposures to Benzene from Shower-
 Ing with Gasoline-Contaminated Ground Water.
 Environmental  Protection Agency, Research Triangle
 Park, NC.  Atmospheric Research and Exposure  As-
 sessment  Lab.
 A. B. LJndstrom, V. R. Highsmith, T. J. Buckley, W. J.
 Pate, and L C. Michael. 1992,8p EPA/600/A-92/259
 See also PB87-171278. Prepared in cooperation with
 North Carolina Dept. of Environment, Health, and Nat-
 ural Resources, Raleigh, Research Triangle Inst., Re-
 search  Triangle  Park,  NC., and Acurex Corp., Re-
 search Triangle Park, NC.

 In a private residence  using  benzene contaminated
 groundwater (about 300 micrograms/l), a series of ex-
 periments  were performed to assess the benzene ex-
 posures that occur in  the shower stall, bathroom,
 master bedroom, and living room as a result of a single
 20 minute shower. Sampling  methodologies used in
the assessment included: fixed site Summa-polished
 canisters and Tenax GC cartridges; personal Tenax
 GC devices; and, grab  samples collected with glass
gas-tight syringes. Integrated  Summa and Tenax GC
 samples were collected from the target microenviron-
 ments over 20, 60,  and  240 minute periods; these re-
 sults are contrasted with the long-term personal sam-
 ples and grab samples that were collected at 0,10,18,
 20, 25,  25.5, and 30 minutes. Results indicate that
 maximum  benzene concentrations  occurred in the
shower  stall (758-1673  micrograms/cu  m) and bath-
room (366-498 mlcrograms/cu m). The total dermal
and Inhalation dose resulting from a single 20 minute
shower was estimated to be equivalent to the inhala-
tion dose which would occur during 6 h of occupation
of the house (about 135 micrograms). The benzene
dose relating to a single shower and continuous occu-
pancy of the residence was shown to be approximately
551 micrograms/day, with the shower accounting for
25% of the daily total (4% dermal and 21 % inhalation),
and the remaining  75% relating to respiration in the
house for the balance of the day.

 Keywords:  'Indoor  air pollution,  'Public  health,
 'Houses, Water pollution effects. Air water interac-
tions, 'Benzene, Water utilization, Oil pollution, Gaso-
line, Ground water. Inhalation, Air pollution sampling,
 Exposure, Skin(Anatomy), Underground storage, Stor-
 age tanks, Volatile organic compounds, Showers.
 PB93-131555/REB               PC A03/MF A01
 Environmental Protection Agency, Cincinnati, OH. Risk
 Reduction Engineering Lab.
 Application of Isotherms for Predictions  of GAC
 Performance: A Preliminary Analysis.
 Illinois Univ. at Urbana-Champaign. Dept. of Civil Engi-
 neering.
 V. L. Snoeyink, S. Qi, A. Halloran, W. Koffskey, and B.
 Lykins. 1992,28p EPA/600/A-92/261
 Grant EPA-R-814043
 Pub. in Design and Use of Granular Activated Carbon-
 Practical Aspects  Proceedings (AWWA), Cincinnati,
 OH., May 9-10,1989, p43-66. See also PB93-131563.
 Prepared in cooperation with Jefferson Parish Dept. of
 Public Utilities, LA. Sponsored by Environmental Pro-
 tection Agency, Cincinnati, OH. Risk Reduction Engi-
 neering Lab.

 An adsorption isotherm can be generally defined as an
 expression of the equilibrium, at constant temperature,
 relating the concentration of a species on an adsorb-
 ent surface to the concentration in the solution. It has
 been extensively used for decades to describe adsorp-
 tion behavior and to estimate the adsorption capacity
 of activated carbon in various types of processes for
 removing organics from water. The unique advantages
 of the technique include ease of preparation and econ-
 omy of money and time. The possible applications of
 isotherms may be summarized as (1) to select the best
 carbon among the alternatives; (2) to estimate the life
 of carbon in an adsorber; and (3) to test the remaining
 adsorption capacity of a working activated carbon ad-
 sorber. Isotherm capacities can be used directly or by
 incorporating them into a kinetic model to predict ad-
 sorber performance. The paper will focus on the meas-
 urement  of capacity and its relationship to the meas-
 ured life of a (GAC) adsorber.

 Keywords: 'Water pollution control, 'Isotherms, 'Or-
 ganic compounds, Performance evaluation,  Adsorp-
 tion, Cost analysis, Organic matter, Water treatment
 plants, Alternatives, Kinetics, Mathematical  models,
 Potable water, LJfe(Durabllity), Reprints, High pressure
 minlcolumns, Jefferson Parish(Louisiana), 'Granular
 activated carbon treatment.
PB93-131563/REB               PC A03/MF A01
Environmental Protection Agency, Cincinnati, OH. Risk
Reduction Engineering Lab.
Design for Total Organics Removal at Cincinnati.
Cincinnati Water Works, OH.
J. DeMarco, D. J. Hartman. and D. M. Metz. 1992,32p
EPA/600/A-92/262
Pub. in Design and Use of Granular Activated Carbon,
Practical Aspects, Proceedings, May 9-10,1989, Cin-
cinnati, OH., p399-427. See also PB93-131555, PB83-
121731  and  PB83-121749. Sponsored by Environ-
mental Protection Agency, Cincinnati, OH.  Risk Re-
duction Engineering Lab.

The industrial Ohio River is the source water for Cin-
cinnati Water Work's (CWW) California surface water
treatment plant. As is true for many industrial rivers, a
large number of organic contaminants can be found In
trace concentrations in the Ohio River. Many Cincin-
nati citizens are concerned about the quality of the In-
dustrial source water because of the frequent spills
and unauthorized discharges that occur each year. Be-
cause of citizen and utility manager concerns, granular
activated carbon (GAC) research studies were com-
pleted at Cincinnati, Ohio. The results of these studies
provided the impetus for a full-scale GAC addition  to
the existing Ohio River Plant. Groundbreaking and full
construction began on March 16,1989, for a 175 MGD
GAC system that includes downflow, gravity GAC ad-
sorption and on-site multiple hearth reactivation. Com-
pletion of the 57.7 million dollar GAC addition is ex-
pected by 1992. The GAC plant will provide an addi-
tional barrier between the contaminants in the industri-
al Ohio River water source and the consumers of Cin-
cinnati water. The paper will discuss vital but less pub-
licized data and experiences obtained during the com-
pletion of the final design and implementation activities
of the CWW.

Keywords: 'Water treatment plants, 'Organic com-
pounds, 'Water pollution control, 'Ohio River, Water
sources, Public opinion, Water quality, Ohio, Hazard-
ous materials spills, Surface waters, Waste disposal,
Implementation, Design, Graphs(Charts), Performance
 evaluation, Reprints, 'Granular activated carbon treat-
 ment, 'Cincinnati(Ohio).
 PB93-131571/REB               PC A03/MF A01
 Environmental Protection Agency, Cincinnati, OH. Risk
 Reduction Engineering Lab.
 Field Experiences VOC and  Pesticide Removal
 Using GAC Suffolk County, New York.
 Suffolk County Dept. of Health Services, Hauppauge,
 NY.
 D. Harris, A. Andreoli, and J. H. Baler. 1992,19p EPA/
 600/A-92/263
 Pub. in Design and Use of Granular Activated Carbon-
 Practical Aspects. Proceedings,  Cincinnati, OH., May
 9-10, 1989, p383-394. Sponsored by Environmental
 Protection Agency, Cincinnati, OH. Risk Reduction En-
 gineering Lab.

 Over the past eight years, Granular Activated Carbon
 (GAC) systems have been installed for treatment of
 VOC and  pesticides. Several  have seen  multiple
 carbon replacement; changes in water quality; and ex-
 perienced a variety of operational difficulties. The fol-
 lowing GAC  systems  will be discussed: Village of
 Greenport - one 20,000 Ib. GAC operating from 1980
 to present for removal of aldicarb and  carbofuran;
 Southold - use of GAC in series for aldicarb, carbo-
 furan and DCP; Dix Hills Water District - three 20,000
 Ib. units in parallel for removal  of DCP; and Suffolk
 County Water Authority - 4 separate well fields treating
 aldicarb, DCP, TCA, TCE, PCE and others, with a vari-
 ety of operating experiences. Operational problems
 encountered with each unit will also be discussed.

 Keywords:  'Water treatment,  'Volatile organic com-
 pounds, 'Water pollution control, 'Pesticides, 'Pota-
 ble water, Water supply, Water  wells, Water quality,
 Design,  Operations, Maintenance, Field  tests, New
 York, Materials replacement, 'Suffolk County(New
 York), 'Granular activated carbon treatment
PB93-131589/REB               PC A03/MF A01
Environmental Protection Agency, Research Triangle
Park, NC. Air and Energy Engineering Research Lab.
Reburn Technology Tor Boiler NOx Control. Rept.
for Aug 89-Aug 90.
Combustion Engineering, Inc., Windsor, CT.
R. Borio, R. LaFlesh. R.lewis, R. Hall, and R. Lott.
1990.37p EPA/600/A-92/264
Contract EPA-68-02-4280
Presented at Annual Coal Preparation, Utilization, and
Environmental Control Contractors Conference (6th),
Pittsburgh,  PA., August  6-9, 1990. See also PB85-
235604,  PB89-139695,  PB89-139703  and  PB89-
220529. Prepared in cooperation with Gas Research
Inst, Chicago, IL, Electric Power Research Inst, Palo
Alto, CA., and Ohio Edison, Akron. Sponsored by Envi-
ronmental Protection Agency, Research Tria

The paper reports the progress principally of design-
related phases of a demonstration of reburning on a
large cyclone-fired boiler, for which coal is the primary
fuel and natural gas, the rebum fuel. Reburn system
design criteria are presented, as well as the methodol-
ogy and results of the cold-flow modeling  evaluation
which was used to identify existing boiler aerodynam-
ics and help to determine the optimum configuration
for reburn fuel and additional air injectors. Mathemati-
cal modeling was conducted to determine potential ef-
fects of a rebum system on boiler thermal perform-
ance. Experience is cited regarding effects  of low air/
fuel stoichiometric conditions on boiler tube wastage.
Finally, a current-day economic analysis is presented
which is specific to the described demonstration.

Keywords: 'Afterburners, 'Boilers, 'Air pollution con-
trol, 'Cyclone combustors, 'Nitrogen oxides, Design
criteria, Performance evaluation. Thermal  efficiency,
Fuel injection,  Combustion products,  Natural gas,
Coal. Electric utilities, Mathematical models. Aerody-
namics, Injection, Economic analysis.


PB93-131597/REB               PC A03/MF A01
Environmental Protection Agency, Research Triangle
Park, NC. Air and Energy Engineering Research Lab.
Characterization of Environmental Chambers for
Evaluating Mlcroblal  Growth  on Building Materi-
als. Rept. for Sep 91-Mar 92.
Research Triangle Inst., Research Triangle Park, NC.
K.  Foarde, E. Cole, D, VanOsdell, D. Bush, and D.
Franke. 1992,16p EPA/600/A-92/265
Grant EPA-R-817083-01-0
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Presented at ASHRAE Meeting, San Francisco, CA.,
October 18-21, 1992. Sponsored by Environmental
Protection Agency, Research Triangle Park, NC.  Air
and Energy Engineering Research Lab.

The paper discusses the use of a static chamber with
known environmental conditions to study the ability of
microorganisms to grow on a variety of building materi-
als, as a first step in the development of prevention
and control strategies for biocontaminants in indoor air
quality. A series of preliminary studies utilizing these
chambers are presented in the paper and demonstrate
the potential value of the static chamber design. Initial
experiments have been performed evaluating  the
effect of relative humidity (RH) on ceiling tile blocks of
varying moisture content, the data presented here  are
preliminary results on the use of these static chambers
in assessing the effect of five RHs on the ability of Pen-
icillium aragonense to grow on pieces of aged ceiling
tile. Blocks in the 97 percent RH chamber with an equi-
librium moisture content of about 5 percent yielded an
increase of microorganisms by two  orders of magni-
tude within 14 days.

Keywords: 'Construction materials,  'Indoor air pollu-
tion, 'Test chambers, 'Microorganisms, 'Air pollution
abatement, Buildings, Humidity, Environmental engi-
neering, Moisture content, Design criteria,  Microbiolo-
gy, Penicillium aragonense.


PB93-131613/REB                PC A03/MF A01
Environmental Protection Agency, Research Triangle
Park, NC. Air and Energy Engineering Research Lab.
Development of  Good Combustion Practice  for
Municipal Waste Combustors. Rept. for Sep 87-Nov
90.
Energy and Environmental Research Corp.,  Durham,
NC.
J. D. Kilgroe, W, S, Lanler, and T. R. von Alten. 1992,
21pEPA/600/A-92/287  •
Contract EPA-68-03-3365
National ASME Waste Processing Conference (15th),
Detroit, Ml., May 17-20,1992. See also PB87-206066,
PB90-154923,  PB90-154931   and PB90-154949.
Sponsored by Environmental Protection Agency,  Re-
search Triangle Park, NC. Air and Energy Engineering
Research Lab.

The paper summarizes the rationale for EPA's good
combustion practice (GCP1 strategy. The goals of GCP
are to maximize furnace destruction  of organic pollut-
ants,  limit the relative amount of particulate  matter
(PM) carried out of the combustor with flue gases (PM
carryover), and ensure that the PM  control device is
operated at temperatures that do not result in the  for-
mation of excessive amounts of chlorinated dibenzo-p-
dioxins  and chlorinated dibenzofurans (CDD/CDF).
EPA's strategy incorporates three continuous compli-
ance  parameters:  carbon monoxide (CO) emissions,
furnace steam load, and PM control device inlet tem-
perature. Experimental data are provided to show that
furnace emission  of  organics  is correlated  with  CO
concentration, the amount of PM carryover (which is
related to load), and temperature at the  PM control
device inlet. The relationships between the GCP com-
pliance parameters and other combustion  parameters
which are necessary  Ingredients of good combustion
(uniformity of waste feed, the amount and distribution
of excess air, combustion temperature and residence
time, and mixing of combustion air  with thermal  de-
composition products) are also discussed.

Keywords: 'Municipal wastes, 'Combustion efficiency,
•Combustion  chambers, 'Waste disposal, 'Air pollu-
tion abatement, Combustion products, Chlorinated hy-
drocarbons, Performance evaluation, Compliance, Fly
ash. Air pollution sampling, Design criteria.  Chlorinated
dibenzodioxins, Chlorinated dibenzofurans.


PB93-131621/REB                PC A03/MF A01
Evaluating Material* for Healthy  Buildings. Rept.
for Jan-Jun 92.
Environmental Protection Agency, Research Triangle
Park, NC. Air and Energy Engineering Research Lab.
B. A.Tichenor. 1992,14p EPA/600/A-92/268
Presented at the  Indoor Air Quality, Ventilation, and
Energy Conservation Conference, Montreal, Canada,
October 7-9,1992. See also PB90-110131.

The paper discusses approaches currently used by
indoor air quality (IAQ) researchers and practitioners to
characterize emissions from indoor  materials, Includ-
ing the interaction of these emissions with indoor
sinks. Procedures for analyzing chamber test data to
produce emission rates and  adsorption/desorption
rate constants are discussed, as is the use of these re-
sults in IAQ models to predict occupant exposure.
Evaluating materials to ensure healthy buildings re-
quires source characterization coupled with exposure
assessment.

Keywords: 'Environmental effects, 'Air pollution con-
trol, 'Buildings, Materials, Test chambers, Standards,
Emission factors, Sampling, Exposure, Public health.
Humans, Adsorption,  Requirements, Assessments,
'Indoor air pollution.
PB93-131639/REB               PC A03/MF A01
Gas Research Inst, Chicago, IL.
Applications of Pulse  Combustion In Industrial
and Incineration Processes.
Sonotech, Atlanta, GA.
B. T. Zinn, B. R. Daniel, and A. B. Rabham. 1991,15p
EPA/600/A-92/269
Contract EPA-DO-0036
Presented at International Gas Research Conference,
Orlando, FL, November 16-19, 1992. See also PB91-
223289. Sponsored by Gas Research Inst.,  Chicago,
IL.,  and Environmental Protection Agency, Research
Triangle Park,  NC.  Air and Energy Engineering Re-
search Lab.

The paper describes a recently developed approach
for using a tunable  pulse combustor (PC) to improve
the performance of energy intensive industrial proc-
esses (e.g., drying,  calcining, and incineration) by ret-
rofitting the process with a tunable PC that is operated
at a frequency that excites large amplitude  resonant
pulsations within the process.  These pulsations In-
crease the rates of mass, momentum, and heat trans-
fer, which generally increase the productivity and ther-
mal efficiency of energy  intensive  processes and
reduce  pollutant emissions from  incinerators.  The
paper presents results showing that recently devel-
oped PCs can excite large amplitude beneficial pulsa-
tions within small-scale simulations of industrial scale
processes. It shows that resonant pulsations increase
the productivity and thermal efficiency of water evapo-
ration, and significantly Increase the rate of limestone
calcination. It discusses results obtained In tests with
an EPA rotary kiln Incinerator simulator that was retro-
fitted with a tunable  PC.

Keywords: 'Air pollution abatement, 'Industrial plants,
'Incinerators,  'Combustion efficiency,  Combustion
products, Pulsation, Performance evaluation,  Mass
transfer, Heat transfer, Momentum transfer, Resonant
frequency,  Soot, Carbon  monoxide.  Hydrocarbons,
Kilns, 'Pulse combustion.
PB93-131654/REB                PC A02/MF A01
Environmental Protection Agency, Research Triangle
Park, NC. Air and Energy Engineering Research Lab.
Emission Rates of Mercury from Latex Paints.
Acurex Corp., Research Triangle Park, NC.
B. A. Tichenor, 2. Guo, and J. A. Dorsey. 1992,8p
EPA/600/A-92/271
Contract EPA-68-DO-0141
Presented  at ASHRAE/CIB  Symposium, Healthy
Buildings, IAQ 1991. Washington, DC., September 4-8,
1991. See also PB91-223255. Sponsored by Environ-
mental Protection Agency, Research Triangle Park,
NC. Air and Energy Engineering Research Lab.

The paper gives results of tests of latex paints contain-
ing organic mercury additives in small environmental
test chambers to determine the emission rates of mer-
cury. Five paints were evaluated: two contained phenyl
mercuric acetate (PMA); and the other three, different
additives. Gypsum wallboard was used as the test sub-
strate. Testing was conducted in the dark  and under
fluorescent lights to determine if photodegradatlon of
the mercury was occurring. Chamber vapor samples
were collected on hopcalite sorbent and analyzed by
cold vapor atomic absorption spectroscopy (AAS) to
determine total mercury. A mercury monitor, using gold
film amalgamation, was also used. Sampling with gra-
phitized carbon sorbents showed that no organic mer-
cury was emitted. The mercury concentration vs. time
data were fit with an nth order source emission model.
The  results of the study showed high initial emission
rates followed by slow emissions over an extended
period of time. There was no apparent effect of light.
The type of additive may affect the emission rates.

Keywords:  'Mercury(Metal), 'Air pollution  sampling,
•Latex. 'Paints, 'Indoor air pollution, 'Emission fac-
tors,        Test       chambers,        Additives,
Concentration(Composition), Sorbents, Photodegra-
dation, Mercury  amalgams, Mercury  organic  com-
pounds, Decay, Mercuric acetate/phenyl.
PB93-131670/REB               PC A03/MF A01
Opportunities for the  Use of  Qeosynthetlcs In
Waste Management Facilities.
Environmental Protection Agency, Cincinnati, OH. Risk
Reduction Engineering Lab.
R. E. Landreth. 1992,17p EPA/600/A-92/273
Pub. in International High-Performance Fabrics Con-
ference Proceedings (2nd), Boston, Massachusetts,
November 12-13, 1992, p 153-168. See also PB88-
131263.

The USEPA through its research and field experiences
has developed control strategies for hazardous and
municipal solid waste landfills and surface impound-
ments. These control strategies include liner and cover
systems.  The liner systems include double  liners for
hazardous waste and a single composite liner for mu-
nicipal solid waste. The purpose of  each individual
component will  be discussed with options for using
natural In-situ materials or geosynthetics.  Although
natural soils are used as various components, empha-
sis has been  placed on the use of geosynthetics, In-
cluding geomembranes,  geonets, geotextiles,  and
plastic pipes.  Cover systems for both hazardous and
municipal waste facilities are based  on a multilayer
design. The multilayer component characteristics, In-
cluding performance, thickness, and material type will
be discussed. The designs include both natural soils
and geosynthetics. It has been demonstrated with field
data that the development of construction quality con-
trol/quality assurance will improve the performance of
the disposal facility. The Improved performance of the
waste management facility reinforces the confidence
of designers as they understand the limits of designing
with geosynthetics.

Keywords: 'Waste management, 'Linings, 'Municipal
wastes, 'Hazardous materials, Pollution control, Qual-
ity control, Quality assurance, Earth fills, Design crite-
ria, Surface Impoundments, Performance evaluation,
Field tests, Experimental design,  Environmental pro-
tection, US EPA, 'Geosynthetlc materials, 'Land cov-
erings.
PB93-131688/REB                PC A03/MF A01
Environmental Protection Agency, Research Triangle
Park, NC. Air and Energy Engineering Research Lab.
Simulation of Nonazeotroplc Refrigerant Mixtures
for Use In a Dual-Circuit Refrigerator/Freezer with
Countercurrent Heat Exchanges.
Maryland Univ., College Park. Dept. of Mechanical En-
J. C. Bare, C. L Gage, R. Radermacher, and D. S.
Jung. 1992.25p EPA/600/A-92/274
GrantR-B17111
Presented at ASHRAE Meeting. Indianapolis, IN., June
23-25, 1991.  See also  PB90-262833. Sponsored by
Environmental Protection Agency, Research Triangle
Park, NC. Air and Energy Engineering Research Lab.

The paper discusses the simulation of Non-azeotropto
Refrigerant Mixtures (NARMs) for use in a dual-circuit
refrigerator/freezer (RF) with countercurrent heat ex-
changers. The simulated RF has two complete and In-
dependent refrigeration cycles for its  two compart-
ments. It uses a NARM  in each cycle and countercur-
rent heat exchangers throughout In a standard cabi-
net, the RF is simulated to provide energy savings of
 cent improvement can be expected from the dual-cir-
 cuit system using R-12 alone, and an additional 6 per-
 cent improvement can be gained by replacing  R-12
 with the selected NARMs in countercurrent heat ex-
 changers. Advantages of the system include greatly
 reduced energy consumption, easy temperature and
 humidity control for each compartment, no humidity or
 odors  transferred between  compartments, and In-
 creased time between defrost cycles. Disadvantages
 include additional hardware requirements, compressor
 size, and the difficulties of using a NARM.

 Keywords: 'Refrigerants,  'Air pollution abatement,
 •Environmental chemical substitutes,  'Refrigerators,
 •Computerized simulation, Pollution sources. Heat ex-
 changers, Freezers,  Energy consumption, Perform-
 ance evaluation, Freons,  Fluorohydrocarbons,  Dual
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cycle  cooling systems,  Chlorohydrocarbons, "Nona-
zeotropic refrigerant mixtures, Montreal Protocol.
PB93-131696/REB               PC A03/MF A01
Environmental Protection Agency, Research Triangle
Park,  NC. Atmospheric Research and Exposure As-
sessment Lab.
Acidic Gas«s and  Aerosol* In the Eastern and
Western United States.
Environmental Science and Engineering, Inc., Durham,
NC.
E. Edgerton, and B. E. Martin. 1992,11p EPA/600/A-
92/275
Contract EPA-68-02-4451
Sponsored by Environmental Protection Agency, Re-
search Triangle Park, NC. Atmospheric Research and
Exposure Assessment Lab.


The USEPA National Dry Deposition Network (NDDN)
is designed to provide long-term estimates of acidic
gas  and  aerosol  concentrations,  and  associated
fluxes, across the continental United States. Inspec-
tion of data collected since  1988 shows species-de-
pendent variability in atmospheric concentrations from
site to site, season to season and year to year. In gen-
eral,   gas and aerosol concentrations  were  much
higher (factor of 2-10) at eastern sites than western
sites.  Data for 25 eastern sites operational from 1988
through  1991  suggest that SO4(-2) concentrations
have been essentially constant. In contrast, SO2 and
HNO3 appear to  have decreased, on average,  by
about 20 percent and 15 percent, respectively. Exami-
nation of sub-regional concentration  patterns  shows
marked  variability  in areas of complex terrain. Data
from a ridgetop site and a nearby base elevation site in
southwestern North  Carolina snow that reactive gas
concentrations, but not aerosol concentrations, are 2-
3 times higher at ridgetop than at base elevation. Ele-
vational  gradients thus need to be accounted for in
analysis of large-scale concentration patterns.

Keywords: 'Aerosols, 'Gases, 'Acidity, 'Air pollution
sampling, 'Deposition, Long term  effects,  United
States, Concentration(Composition), Graphs(Charts),
US EPA, Data base  management, Sulfates, Sulfur di-
oxide, Nitric  acid, 'Eastern Region(United States),
'Western Region(United States), National Dry Deposi-
tion Network.
PB93-131704/REB
                                PC A03/MF A01
Environmental Protection Agency, Research Triangle
Park, NC. Atmospheric Research and Exposure As-
sessment Lab.
Innovative  Sensing  Techniques  for  Monitoring
and Measuring Selected Dloxlns, Furans, and Po-
lycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons In Stack Gas.
Radian Corp., Austin, TX.
T. J. Logan, D. P. Dayton, and J. A. Draves. 1992,17p
EPA/600/A-92/277
Contract EPA-68-D1 -0010
Sponsored by Environmental Protection Agency, Re-
search Triangle Park, NC. Atmospheric Research and
Exposure Assessment Lab.

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has
determined the need to develop in-situ continuous or
semi-continuous emissions  monitoring (CEM) tech-
niques for assessing dioxin, furan, and polycyclic aro-
matic hydrocarbon (PAH) emissions from municipal
solid waste (MSW) incinerators and other sources. The
species have a potential public health risk because of
their low associated  exposure limits. The paper dis-
cusses  12  innovative  optical  sensing  techniques,
which were evaluated for application to continuous
monitoring approaches. The ability of each of the tech-
niques to function as a CEM system is discussed. Two
techniques that appear to have the most potential for
successful application are  Ultraviolet  (UV) Direct
Measurement and Fluorescence Measurement. Vapor
phase UV spectral data for selected dioxlns, furans,
and polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons are being gen-
erated to determine limits of detection and assess ap-
plicability of the techniques.

Keywords: 'Air pollution monitoring, 'Continuous sam-
pling, 'Optical measuring instruments, *Alr pollution
detection. 'Rue gases, Gas analysis. Waste disposal,
Incinerators, Municipal wastes, Methodology, Dloxins,
Furans, Aromatic polycyclic  hydrocarbons, Ultraviolet
     Toscopy,         ,            Fluorescence,
     entration(Composltion).
PB93-131712/REB               PC A03/MF A01
Environmental Protection Agency, Research Triangle
Park, NC. Atmospheric Research and Exposure As-
sessment Lab.
Comparison  of Aerosol Acidity In Urban and
Semi-Rural Environments.
Harvard School of Public Health, Boston, MA.
R. M. Burton, W. E. Wilson, P. Koutrakis, and L J. S.
Liu. May 92,13p EPA/600/A-92/278
Grant EPA-R-81-6740
Sponsored by Environmental Protection Agency, Re-
search Triangle Park, NC. Atmospheric Research and
Exposure Assessment Lab.

During  the summer of 1990, acid aerosol, acid gas,
and ammonia measurements were conducted simulta-
neously at three locations  in central and western
Pennsylvania where population levels were large (met-
ropolitan  Pittsburgh) and small (semi-rural communi-
ties of  Uniontown and State College). Aerosol acidity
was found to be lower in the urban area than in the two
semi-rural locations. On the constrast, ammonia levels
were higher in the urban environment than in the semi-
rural environments. Possible  sources of ammonia in
Pittsburgh are people residing in the city or the two
coke plants located upwind of the Pittsburgh sampling
site. A  mixture of totally and partially neutralized sui-
fates, i.e., (NH4)2SO4 and NH4HSO4, were the domi-
nating  sulfur species in Pittsburgh while in State Col-
lege and  Uniontown, the primary sulfur species were
H2SO4 and NH4HSO4.

Keywords: 'Air pollution sampling, 'Aerosols, 'Acidity,
Comparison, Hydrogen sulfide, Pennsylvania, Environ-
mental    transport,    Urban    areas,   Ammonia,
Concentration(Composition), Coking, Ammonium sul-
fate, Rural areas, Pollution sources, Chemical reac-
tions,  Oxidation, Sulfates, Pittsburgh(Pennsylvania),
Uniontown(Pennsylvania),    •                State
College(Pennsylvania).
PB93-131720/REB               PC A03/MF A01
Environmental Protection Agency, Research Triangle
Park, NC. Air and Energy Engineering Research Lab.
Inventory of  Methane  Losses  from the Natural
Gas Industry. Rept. for Oct 91-Apr 92.
Radian Corp., Research Triangle Park, NC.
M. V. Campbell, L. M. Campbell, and C. E. Burklin.
1992,18p EPA/600/A-92/279
Contract EPA-68-D1-0031
Presented at Air and Waste Management Association
Conference, Kansas City, MO., June 22-26,1992. See
also PB90-182304, PB90-182312 and PB90-182494.
Sponsored by Environmental Protection Agency, Re-
search Triangle Park, NC. Air and Energy Engineering
Research Lab.

The
ing 4-year program undertaken jointly by the Gas Re-
search Institute and the U.S. EPA to assess the meth-
ane (CH4) losses from the U.S. natural gas industry.
The program's objective is to assess the acceptability
of natural gas as a substitute for other fossil fuels for
mitigating global climate change. The scope of the pro-
gram Is to directly quantify CH4 losses from the three
major segments of the natural gas industry: produc-
tion, transmission, and distribution. The study does not
address CH4 emissions from residential, commercial,
or Industrial end-use sources. The paper covers CH4
emissions from the gas distribution segment of the nat-
ural gas industry.

Keywords: 'Methane, 'Losses, 'Natural gas, 'Air pol-
lution control, Fossil fuels, Substitutes, Mitigation, Gas
industry,  Industrial wastes,  Sources, Leakage, Trans-
mission,  Production,  Spatial • distribution, Estimates,
Global climate, Stationary sources.
PB93-131738/REB                PC A03/MF A01
Environmental Protection Agency, Cincinnati, OH. Risk
Reduction Engineering Lab.
Experimental  Examination  of  Integrated  Soil
Vapor Extraction Techniques. Journal article.
Oregon Graduate Inst. of Science  and Technology,
Beaverton. Dept. of Environmental Science and Engi-
neering.
R. L. Johnson, W. Bagby, M. Perrott, and C. T. Chen.
C1992,15p EPA/800/J-92/280
Grant EPA-R-816947
Pub. in Proceedings of the Petroleum Hydrocarbons
and Organic Chemicals in Ground Water Prevention,
Detection, and Restoration, Houston, TX., November
4-6, 1992,  0441-452. See also PB89-1'95184. Spon-
sored by Environmental Protection Agency, Cincinnati,
OH. Risk Reduction Engineering Lab.

Soil vapor extraction (SVE) has been shown to be ef-
fective at removing hydrocarbons from the unsaturat-
ed zone. However, at many spill sites significant frac-
tions of the mass are at or below the water table, in
which case SVE is far less effective. To improve its ef-
ficiency in cases where gasoline is trapped below the
water table, SVE can be used in conjunction with other
techniques to get at that trapped mass. In the last few
years the direct injection of air into the formation below
the water  table  (i.e., in situ sparging) has become a
popular technique. Another approach is to lower the
water table to improve air flow in the vicinity of the
trapped product. This can be accomplished either in
the localized area of a groundwater drawndown cone
or as the result  of larger scale dewatering. In experi-
ments conducted at the Oregon Graduate Institute
(OGI), hydrocarbon spills into a large three-dimen-
tional physical model filled with sand are being used to
study the  efficiencies of SVE combined with  other
techniques. Experiments to date have examined SVE
operating  as  a stand-alone technique,  as well as in
conjunction with air sparging below the water  table,
dewatering of the 'smear zone' (i.e.,  where product is
trapped as residual below the water table), and air in-
jection into the dewatered smear zone.

Keywords: 'Oil spills, 'Land pollution control, 'Water
pollution control, 'Hydrocarbons, Ground water, Or-
ganic compounds, Injection, Water table, Performance
evaluation, Air flow, Petroleum products, Dewatering,
Experimental  design, Sand aquifers, Aeration, Reme-
dial action, Reprints, 'Soil vapor extraction, 'Air sparg-
ing.
PB93-131779/HEB               PC A03/MF A01
Rapid Meaeurement of Aqueous Hydroxyl Radical
Concentrations In Steady-State HO Flux Systems.
Journal article.
Environmental Protection Agency, Cincinnati, OH. Risk
Reduction Engineering Lab.
J. Ireland, and J. Valinieks. C1992,16p EPA/600/ J-
92/402
Pub. in Jnl. Chemosphere, v25 n3 p383-3961992. Pre-
pared  in cooperation with Riga  Technical  Univ.
(Latvia). Faculty of Chemical Technology.

In recent years the hydroxyl radical (HO.) has become
the focus of a significant body of research concerning
the chemical oxidation of anthropogenic organic com-
pounds  in the environment The spin-trap compound
alpha-(4-pyridyl-1 -oxide)-N-tert-butyl-nitrone (4-POBN)
is utilized for the detection and quantitation of the hy-
droxyl radical (HO) in aqueous solution. Capillary elec-
trophoresis enables rapid analysis of the probe com-
pound. The thermally unstable HO radical adduct of 4-
POBN can be unequivocally identified by gas chroma-
tography / mass spectrometry analysis of it's penta-
fluorobenzyl ether. The minimum steady-state flux of
HO. is determined in several advanced oxidation sys-
tems including photo-Fenton, ozone, and titanium di-
oxide based radical generators.

Keywords: 'Hydroxyl  radicals,  'Chemical analysis,
•Water pollution detection, 'Oxidation, 'Steady state,
Aqueous solutions, Water treatment. Gas chromatog-
raphy, Mass spectroscopy,  Nitrogen  organic com-
pounds, Water pollution sampling, Oxidation, Electro-
phoresis, Reprints, Nitrone/(pyridyl-oxide)-N-butyl.
 PB93-131795/REB               PC A02/MF A01
 Solvent Extraction Processes:  A Survey of Sys-
 tems In the SITE Program. Journal article (Final).
 Environmental Protection Agency, Cincinnati, OH. Risk
 Reduction Engineering Lab.
 M. C. Meckes, E. Renard, J. Rawe, and G. Wahl.
 01992,7p EPA/600/J-92/404
 Pub. in Jnl. of the Air and Waste Management Associa-
 tion, v42 n8 p1118-1121 Aug 92. Prepared In coopera-
 tion with Science Applications International Corp., Cin-
 cinnati, OH.

 Solvent extraction of contaminated soils, sludges, and
 sediments  has been  successfully completed at  a
 number  of  Superfund sites. Each commercialized
 process uses a unique operating system to extract or-
 ganic contaminants from solids. These operating sys-
 tems may be classified by the properties of the sol-
 vents each utilizes: (1) standard solvents, (2) near-criti-
 cal fluids/liquified gases, and (3) critical solution tem-
 perature solvents. The paper discusses pretreatment
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and posttreatment  requirements, and discusses the
operating systems  of the solvent extraction system
currently in the Superf und Innovative Technology Eval-
uation  (SITE)  Program. Future demonstrations of
these technologies by the U.S. EPA's Superfund Inno-
vative Technology Evaluation Program will provide ad-
ditional  information regarding  the efficacy  of these
processes. Copyright (c) 1 992 Air and Waste Manage-
ment Association).

Keywords:  "Solvent  extraction,  'Superfund,  'Soil
treatment, 'Waste  treatment,  'Organic compounds,
Requirements, Sludge, Performance evaluation, Sedi-
ments, Portable equipment, Reprints, Superfund Inno-
vative Technology Evaluation,  Pretreatment process-
es, Chemical treatment.


PB93-131829/REB               PC A02/MF A01
Environmental Research Lab., Gulf Breeze, FL
Perlphyton Photosynthesis as an Indicator of Ef-
fluent Toxicity: Relationship  to Effects on Animal
Test Species. Journal article.
Battelle, Columbus,  OH.
M. A. Lewis. C1 992,  10p EPA/600/ J-92/407
Pub. in Aquatic Toxicology, v23 p279-288 1992. See
also PB89-207013  and PB85-205383. Sponsored by
Environmental Research Lab., Gulf Breeze, FL.

The use of freshwater and marine plants in effluent
toxlcity evaluations is uncommon despite the presence
of test methods and recommendations for their use. It
has been assumed  that aquatic plants are less sensi-
tive than animal test species and consequently, results
from toxicity tests  with invertebrates and  fish have
been used often as a surrogate data base. The study
evaluated the ability of these animal toxicity tests to
provide safe concentrations for In-stream periphyton.
The toxicity of several samples of a treated municipal
effluent were determined during a five-month period by
monitoring' short-term changes in periphyton photo-
synthesis (carbon-14 uptake) and by observing the ef-
fects on young production  and survival of cultured
daphnlds and the fathead minnow. The effect levels
from the various tests were compared. The effluent
was seldom acutely toxic to Daphnla magna and the
fathead minnow (Pimephales promelas) but it was con-
sistently acutely and chronically toxic to Ceriodaphnla
dubia. Chronic effect levels ranged between 17 and
71 % effluent. Significant inhibition and stimulation of
periphyton photosynthesis occurred at concentrations
of 6 to 39% effluent. Periphyton photosynthesis was a
more sensitive effect parameter than animal survival
and in some cases than Ceriodaphnia reproductive
performance. The results indicate that effluent toxicity
tests conducted routinely with daphnids and fish may
not be  sufficient to predict effects on indigenous flora
in receiving waters. (Copyright (c) 1992 Elsevier Sci-
ence Publishers B.V.)

Keywords: 'Water pollution effects(Animals), •Toxici-
ty, 'Photosynthesis, 'Water pollution effectstPlants),
Bioassay, Animals, Reproduction(Biology), Reprints,
'Periphyton, Daphnia magna,  Pimephales promelas,
Ceriodaphnla dubia.
PB93-131837/REB               PCA03/MFA01
Comparison of the Effects of Drilling Fluid on Ma-
crobenthlc  Invertebrates  Associated with  the
Seagrass, Thalassla testudlnum', In the Laborato-
ry and Field.
Environmental Research Lab., Gulf Breeze, FL.
D. E. Weber, D. A. Flemer, and C. M. Bundick. 01992,
1 6p EPA/600/ J-92/408, CONTRIB-753
Pub. in Estuarine Coastal and Shelf Science,  v35
p31 5-330. See also PB84-223072 and PB87-188140.
Prepared in cooperation with University of West Flori-
da, Pensacola. Dept. of Statistics.

The structure of a macrobenthic invertebrate commu-
nity associated with the seagrass,  Thalassla testu-
dlnum, was evaluated under laboratory and field condi-
tions. The research focused on: (1) the effects of pollu-
tion stress from a. representative drilling fluid used in
offshore oil and gas operations, and (2) a comparison
of responses of the seagrass-lnvertebrate community
in -the  laboratory and field. The numbers of macro-
benthic invertebrates were suppressed by drilling  fluid
at both exposure periods In the laboratory, but inhibito-
ry effects were absent in the field. Invertebrate densi-
ties In the field were similar among control and treated
plots, and were much lower than densities occurring in
the laboratory control. In most instances, species  rich-
ness values were similar in the field and laboratory at
the end of each 6 and 1 2 week period.
Keywords:   'Offshore   drilling,  'Water   pollution
effects(Animals), 'Marine animals, 'Benthos, 'Drilling
fluids, Santa Rosa Sound, Sea grasses, Experimental
design, Field tests, Exposure, Aquatic ecosystems, Bi-
ological effects, Biological communities, Florida, Com-
parison, Reprints, ThaTassia testudinum.
PB93-131845/REB               PC A03/MF A01
Robert S. Kerr Environmental Research Lab., Ada,
OK.
Exact   Peak   Capturing  and  Oscillation-Free
Scheme to Solve Advectlon-Dlsperslon Transport
Equations. Journal article.
Pennsylvania State  Univ.,  University Park.  Dept. of
Civil Engineering.
G. T. Yeli, J, R. Chang, and T. E. Short. c1992,15p
EPA/600/J-92/409
Grant EPA-R-818322
Pub. in Water Resources Research, v28 nil p2937-
2951 Nov 92. See  also N89-14794.  Sponsored by
Robert S. Kerr Environmental Research Lab., Ada,
OK.

An exact peak capturing and essentially oscillation-
free  (EPCOF) algorithm, consisting of advection-dis-
persion decoupling, backward method of characteris-
tics, forward node tracking, and adaptive local grid re-
finement, is developed to solve transport equations.
The  algorithm  represents  a refinement of LEZOOM,
developed earlier by the senior author. In LEZOOM, a
predetermined number of evenly  spaced, hidden
nodes was zoomed for a sharp front element, while in
the EPCOF scheme, a subset  of forwardly tracked
nodes is zoomed. The number and  location  of the
subset were automated. As a result, the peaks and val-
leys  are captured exactly;  and the ancillary problems
of spurious oscillation,  numerical  dispersion,  and
phase errors are alleviated. Means of checking accu-
mulated mass balance errors are provided. Application
of the algorithm to two one-dimensional benchmark
problems under a variety of conditions indicated that it
completely  eliminated peak clipping, spurious oscilla-
tion, phase error, and numerical dispersion. It yielded
identical results, within the error tolerance, to exact so-
lutions for all 19 test cases. Accumulated mass bal-
ance errors are extremely  small for all 19 cases. The
EPCOF  scheme could solve the advective transport
problems exactly, within any prescribed error toler-
ance, using mesh Peclet numbers ranging from 0 to in-
finity and very large mesh Courant numbers.  (Copy-
right (c) 1992 by the American Geophysical Union.)

Keywords:  'Algorithms, 'Advection,  'Computational
fluid  dynamics, "Transport theory, 'Ground  water,
Computational  grids.  Hydrology, Peclet  number,
Transport properties, Mathematical models, Dispers-
ing, Reprints.


PB93-131860/REB               PC A03/MF A01
Environmental Protection Agency, Research Triangle
Park, NC. Air and Energy Engineering Research Lab.
Reaction  Kinetics  of Ca-BasecT Sorbents with
HC1. Journal article Oct 90-Apr 92.
Acurex Environmental Corp., Research Triangle Park,
NC.
B. K. Gulett, W. Jozewicz, and L A. Stefanskl. c1992,
13p EPA/600/J-92/411
Contract EPA-68-DO-0141
Pub. in  Ind. Eng. Chem. Res., v3l n! 1  02437-2446
1992. See  also PB89-134142  and  PB92-174655.
Sponsored  by  Environmental Protection Agency, Re-
search Triangle Park, NC. Air and Energy Engineering
Research Lab.

The paper gives results of an investigation of the kinet-
ics of the reaction between CaO and HCI under condi-
tions that minimize bulk mass transfer and pore diffu-
sion limitations. Reactivity data from 0.2 to 1 s expo-
sure to 5000 ppm HCI In a fixed-bed reactor were ana-
lyzed by a shrinking core model of diffusion and chemi-
cal reaction control, either singly or In combination. Be-
tween 150 and 350 C, the reaction Is controlled by gas-
eous diffusion through the developing product layer.
The  apparent activation energy  Is about 28.1 kJ/mol
(6.7  kcal/mol), and the reaction Is first order with re-
spect to HCI concentration. Reactivity Is a minor func-
tion of the  measured particle size and surface area,
likely due to the agglomerate nature of the individual
grains that comprise the particle structure and compli-
cate the interpretation or these measured values. Ex-
trapolation  of these results to the high temperature,
furnace sorbent Injection process provides preliminary
agreement  with pilot scale tests. (Copyright (c) 1992
American Chemical Society.)
Keywords:  'Hydrogen chloride,  'Reaction kinetics,
'Sorbents,  'Calcium compounds, 'Air pollution con-
trol, Combustion products, Sulfur dioxide, Mass trans-
fer,  Diffusion, High  temperature tests,  Municiple
wastes, Waste disposal, Calcium oxides, Chemical re-
actions, Reprints.
PB93-131878/REB               PC A03/MF A01
Techniques for the Fabrication of Qeomembrane
Filled Seams. Journal article.
Environmental Protection Agency, Cincinnati, OH. Risk
Reduction Engineering Lab.
D. A. Carson, and R. E. Landreth. c1992,14p EPA/
600/J-92/412
Pub. in Waste Management and Research, v10 p399-
4101992. See also PB92-188770.

Geomembranes employed to overlay the excavation
for landfills must be seamed together at the site of the
landfill. To  ensure the  integrity  of the containment
system of the landfill, these sheets or blankets must be
carefully  seamed. The methods  in present, common
use are extrusion fillet welding whereby the extrudate
is placed over the edge of  the  seam; extrusion flat
welding whereby the extrudate is placed between the
two sheets to be joined; hot wedge seaming, a thermal
fusion bonding, whereby an electrically heated wedge
melts the sheets to be joined, after which a roller ap-
plies pressure  to  ensure  the seal;  hot  air seaming
whereby hot air between the sheets melt the surfaces
to be joined; chemical fusion whereby a liquid chemical
Is applied between the two sheets to  be joined; and
chemical adhesive whereby a dissolved bonding agent
(adherent) is applied between the two sheets to be
joined. (Copyright (c)  1992ISWA.)

Keywords:  'Geotechnical fabrics, 'Waste manage-
ment, 'Inspection, 'Hazardous materials,  'Seaming,
Land pollution control, Earth fills,  Field  tests, Welding.
Adheslves, Bonding,  Extruding, Reprints, 'Geosynthe-
tic materials.
PB93-132587/REB               PC A04/MF A01
Annual Report  of  National Park  Marine Debris
Monitoring Program: 1991 Marine Debris Surveys
with Summary of Data from 1988 to 1991. Techni-
cal rept.
National Park Service, Washington, DC. Wildlife and
Vegetation Dlv.
C. A. Cole, W. P. Gregg, D. V. Richards, and D. A.
Manskl. Jul 92,62p NPS/NRWV/NRTR-92/10, NPS-
D-752
See also PB92-158344. Prepared In cooperation with
Cape Cod National Seashore, South Wellfleet, MA.,
Nova Univ. Oceanographic Center, Danla, FL., and
Channel Islands National Park, Ventura, CA.

The amount of man-made debris found on beaches
and at sea has become a concern in the United States
and other parts of the world. Debris washed ashore di-
minishes the scenic value of beaches, and while adrift
at sea can endanger marine wildlife. Of particular con-
cern Is  plastic debris, which can entangle or be ingest-
ed by marine mammals, seabirds, fish, and sea turtles.
Through quarterly surveys of established  beaches,
data Is gathered through the National Park Marine
Debris  Monitoring Program to evaluate marine debris
on continental U.S. beaches.

Keywords: 'National parks, 'Water pollution, 'Ocean
waste  disposal,  Land pollution, Surveys, Beaches,
Plastics, Damage, Fisheries, Aquatic animals, Mam-
mals, Birds, Turtles, Glass, Oceancurrents, 'Debris.
PB93-133387/REB               PC A06/MF A01
Innovative Treatment Technologies: Seml-Annual
Status Report (Fourth Edition).
Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC.
Technology Innovation Office.
L. Fiedler. Oct 92,87p' EPA/542/R-92/011
See also PB92-173210.

The twice yearly report contains site-specific informa-
tion on Superfund sites (both remedial and emergency
response actions) and non-Superfund sites (within the
Departments of Defense and Energy) where Innova-
tive treatment technologies have been or are  being
used. Innovative treatment technologies are treatment
technologies for which a lack of data on cost and per-
formance makes their selection and use at Superfund
sites more difficult The report documents the use  of
the following innovative treatment technologies  to
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treat ground water in situ, soils, sediments, sludge, and
solid-matrix wastes; bioremediation (ex situ), bioreme-
diation (in situ), chemical treatment, dechlorination, in
situ flushing, in situ vitrification, soil vapor extraction,
soil washing, solvent extraction, thermal desorption,
and other technologies.

Keywords: 'Hazardous materials, * Waste treatment,
•Ground water, 'Soils, Water pollution  control, Sedi-
ments, Sludge, Biological treatment, Extraction, Dech-
lorination,    In-situ     processing.     Excavation,
Tables(Data), Vitrification, Vapors, Flushing, 'Super-
fund,'Remedial action.


PB93-134096/REB               PC A09/MF A02
Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC.
Office of Pollution, Prevention, and Toxics.
Methods  for Attesting Exposure  to Chemical
Substances. Volume 11. Methodology for Estimat-
ing the Migration of Additives and Impurities from
Polymeric Materials.
Little (Arthur D.), Inc., Cambridge, MA.
A. D. Schwope. R. Goydan, and R. C. Reid. Sap 92.
190p EPA/560/5-85/015
Contract EPA-68-D9-0166
See also PB88-129556. Prepared in cooperation with
Massachusetts Inst. of Tech., Cambridge. Sponsored
by Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC.
Office of Pollution, Prevention, and Toxics.

The  report contains  extensive documentation  con-
cerning the migration of additives from polymers to the
environment.  The additives and  monomer  residues
can migrate from the plastic or elastomer over time.
The rate and extent of migration is dependent on many
factors such as temperature, the  compatibility of the
migrant with the polymer, the molecular size of the mi-
grant, the compatibility of the migrant with the phase
external to the polymer, and the interactions that may
occur between the external phase and the  polymer.
The Exposure Evaluation Division  (EED) of the Office
of Pollution Prevention and Toxics is frequently re-
quired to assess the potential for exposure to chemi-
cals that are used as additives in polymeric materials
or are the monomers or low molecular weight oli-
gomers contained in polymers. The task was undertak-
en with the objective of developing and documenting a
defensible approach to assess the potential for re-
lease of chemical additives and reaction  residues from
polymeric materials. A family of mathematical models
was developed and/or adapted for describing the mi-
gration of additives to gases, liquids and solids in con-
tact with polymeric materials. In all cases,  the  user
must specify the physical situation.

Keywords: 'Polymers, 'Environmental transport,  'Ad-
ditives, 'Impurity, Public health, Exposure, Study esti-
mates, Migration. Computerized simulation.  Diffusion
coefficient,  Physicochemica!  properties. Mass trans-
fer, Plastics, Elastomers, Solubility, Air pollution, Water
pollution, Partition.


PB93-134344/REB                PC  A07/MF A02
Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC.
Office of the Assistant Administrator for Water.
Analysis of Potential Trade-Offs In Regulation of
Disinfection By-Products.
Miller (Wade) Associates, Inc., Arlington,  VA.
J. E. Cromwell, X. Zhang, S. Regli, and B. Macler. Nov
92,129p EPA/811 /R-92/008
Sponsored  by  Environmental Protection  Agency,
Washington, DC. Office of the Assistant Administrator
for Water.

Executive Order 12291 requires the preparation of a
Regulatory Impact Analysis (RIA) on all new major fed-
eral regulations. The goal of  an RIA is to develop and
organize information on benefits, costs, and economic
impacts so as to clarify trade-offs among alternative
regulatory options. This paper outlines explicit method-
ology for assessing the technical potential for risk-risk
tradeoffs. The strategies used to cope with complex-
ities and uncertainties  in developing the Disinfection
By-Products Regulatory Analysis Model are explained.
Results are presented and discussed in light of uncer-
tainties, and in light of the analytical requirements for
regulatory impact analysis.

Keywords: 'Disinfection, 'Water pollution abatement,
'Water treatment, 'Regulations, 'Byproducts, 'Pota-
ble water, Disinfectants, Water quality,  National  gov-
ernment, Microorganisms, Compliance, Public health,
Exposure, Risk  assessment, Alternatives,  Assess-
ments,  Tables(Data),  Graphs(Charts),   'Regulatory
 Impact Analysis, Disinfection By-Products Regulatory
 Analysis Model.
PB93-1343S1/REB               PC A05/MF A01
Draft Ground-Water Disinfection Rule.
Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC.
Office of Solid Waste.
Jul 92,83p EPA/811 /P-92/001

The document presents possible ground water disin-
fection requirements and solicits comments from the
public.

Keywords: 'Disinfection,  'Ground water, 'Require-
ments, 'Water pollution abatement, Describing, State
agencies,  Public opinion, Objective, US EPA, Design
criteria, Growth, Viruses, Bacteria, Operations, Rules.
PB93-1343B9/REB               PC AOS/MF A01
Framework for Decision Making: An EPA Perspec-
tive.
Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC.
Office of the Assistant Administrator for Water.
S. Regli, J. E. Cromwell, X. Zhang, A. B. Gelderloos,
and W. D. Grubbs. Aug 92,82p EPA/811 /R-92/005

The United States Environmental Protection Agency
(EPA) is developing national regulations to control for
disinfectants and disinfection by-products (D/DBPs) in
public drinking water supplies. EPA intends to propose
regulations that will apply to all public water systems
using  disinfection and serving  non-transient popula-
tions - approximately 220 million people. This regula-
tion would be unlike the current maximum contaminant
level (MCL) for total trihalomethanes (TTHMs) which
only pertains to  systems serving more than 10,000
people. A fundamental goal in setting any  new regula-
tion is to be able to conclude with confidence that the
resultant changes in treatment would lead to a signifi-
cant overall decrease In risk to  public health. This
paper will describe the analysis that EPA is undertak-
ing in pursuit of meeting this goal.

Keywords:  'Pollution  regulations, 'Water  pollution
abatement, 'Potable water, 'Water treatment, 'Disin-
fection, Disinfectants,  Byproducts, Decision making,
US EPA, Management planning, Compliance, Environ-
mental chemical substitutes, Risk assessment. Best
technology, Water quality management,  Distribution
systems, Public health, Halomethanes, Mathematical
models, Maximum Contaminant Levels, Safe Drinking
Water Act.
PB93-134377/REB               PC A04/MF A01
Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC.
Occurrence  Assessment  for  Disinfectants  and
Disinfection  By-Products  (Phase  6a) In Public
Drinking Water. Final rept.
Miller (Wade) Associates, Inc., Arlington, VA.
3 Aug 92,55p EPA/811 /R-92/003
Contract EPA-68-CO-0069
Sponsored by  Environmental Protection  Agency,
Washington, DC.

The EPA Office of Ground Water and Drinking Water is
developing national primary drinking water regulations
for disinfectant  and disinfection by-product  contami-
nants. Thirteen contaminants are being considered to
be regulated under Phase 6. These contaminants, re-
ferred to as Phase 6a, are the subject of the report.
The Information is important for setting the Maximum
Contaminant Level Goal for a contaminant The expo-
sure Information also is used  to estimate the 'baseline'
health impact assessment of  current levels and for
evaluation of the health benefits of the regulatory alter-
natives.

Keywords: 'Potable water,  'Disinfectants,  'Regula-
tions, 'Public  health, Water treatment chemicals, By-
products, Disinfection, Water supply, Surveys, Risk as-
sessment. Estimates, Economic impact, Bromates,
Chlorine organic compounds, Bromine inorganic com-
pounds,    Chloroform,     Distribution    systems,
Concentration(Compositlon), Ground water, 'Drinking
water, Best Available Technology,  Acetic acid/Dich-
loro.
PB93-134385/REB               PC A03/MF A01
Simulation of Compliance Choices for the Disin-
fection By-Products Regulatory Impact Analysis.
Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC.
Office of the Assistant Administrator for Water.
A. B. Gelderloos, G. W. Harrington, D. M. Owen, S.
Regli, and J. K. Schaefer. 1992,33p EPA/811 /R-92/
002
See also PB90-148016. Prepared in cooperation with
Pimie (Malcolm), Inc., White Plains, NY., North Caroli-
na Univ. at Chapel Hill, and Miller (Wade) Associates,
Inc., Arlington, VA.

The U.S. EPA is in the process of developing regula-
tions designed to limit the concentrations of disinfect-
ants and their by-products in drinking water systems.
The objective of regulatory analysis is to determine the
potential impacts of implementing different regulatory
options. This paper describes one aspect of this analy-
sis.

Keywords:  'Disinfection, 'Byproducts,  'Water treat-
ment, 'Water pollution abatement, 'Potable water,
'Regulations, Compliance, Implementation, US EPA,
Concentration(Composition),  Microorganisms, Public
health, Water quality. Mathematical models, Toxlclty,
'Regulatory Impact Analysis, Maximum Contaminant
Level, Surface Water Treatment Rule.
PB93-134393/REB               PC AOS/MF A02
Simulation of Mlcroblal Occurrence, Exposure and
Health  Risks  after  Drinking Water  Treatment
Processes.
Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC.
Office of the Assistant Administrator for Water.
W. D. Grubbs, B. A. Macler, and S. Regli. 1992,98p
EPA/811/R-92/007

For the development of the Disinfectant/Disinfection
Byproduct Rule, EPA wishes to compare human health
risks from microbial infection with those from chemical
disinfectants and their byproducts. EPA is approaching
the problem with the use of computer models that sim-
ulate occurrence  levels of pathogenic organisms in
raw water, then simulate disinfection and production of
disinfection byproducts. The microbial  and  chemical
concentrations thus generated are then used to esti-
mate potential health risks. The paper presents the
methodology used for these simulations and estima-
tions and discusses the assumptions and uncertainties
inherent to the modeling process.

Keywords: 'Risk assessment, 'Public health, 'Water
treatment. Mathematical models, Disinfection, Micro-
organisms control(Water), Disinfectants, Byproducts,
Concentration(Composition), Giardia, Comparison, Es-
timates, Computerized simulation, US EPA, Exposure,
'Drinking water.
PB93-134401/REB               PC A03/MF A01
Simulation of Raw Water and Treatment Param-
eters In Support of the Disinfection By-Products
Regulatory Impact Analysis.
Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC.
Office of Drinking Water.
S. Regli, J. Cromwell, J. Mosher, and X. Zhang. 10 Jun
92,50p EPA/811 /R-92/001

The U.S. EPA has undertaken an effort to model how
the water supply industry may respond to possible
rules and  how those responses  may  affect human
health risk. The model is referred to as the Disinfection
By-Product Regulatory  Analysis  Model (DBPRAM),
The paper is concerned primarily with presenting and
discussing the methods, underlying data, assumptions,
limitations and results for the first part of the model.
This part of the model shows the creation of sets of
simulated water supplies that are representative of the
conditions currently encountered by public water sup-
plies with  respect to certain raw water quality and
water treatment characteristics.

Keywords: Disinfectants,  Byproducts,  'Regulations,
•Water treatment, 'Mathematical models.  Potable
water,  Regression analysis, Water pollution, Risk as-
sessment. Water pollution abatement.  Simulation,
Water supply, Filtration, Water softening. Raw water.
PB93-134419/REB              PC$2».00/MF A04
Respiratory Health Effects of Passive Smoking:
Lung Cancer and Other Disorders.
Environmental  Protection Agency, Washington, DC.
Office of Health and Environmental Assessment.
Dec 92,535p EPA/600/6-90/006F
See also PB90-261652 and PB92-182344.
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The report addresses the weight of evidence on the
potential associations between passive smoking or en-
vironmental tobacco smoke (ETS) and (1) lung cancer
in nonsmoking adults, and (2) noncancer respiratory
disorders, primarily in children.  With respect to lung
cancer, the report concludes that (1) ETS is causally
associated with lung cancer in nonsmoking adults and
is an EPA Group A (known human) carcinogen, and (2)
approximately 3,000  lung cancer  deaths per year
among nonsmokers of both sexes in the United States
are attributable to ETS. With respect to noncancer res-
piratory effects,  the report concludes that ETS expo-
sure to children from parental smoking is causally as-
sociated with (1)  respiratory symptoms of irritation
(cough, sputum, and wheeze); (2) middle ear effusion;
(3) reduced lung function; (4) lower respiratory tract in-
fections (LRIs), particularly In infants; and (5) addition-
al episodes and increased severity of asthma in asth-
matic children. The evidence also suggests that ETS
exposure induces asthma in previously asymptomatic
children. In addition, passive smoking causes some
respiratory discomfort and reduced lung function  in
adults.

Keywords; 'Tobacco smoke pollution, 'Environmental
health,  'Lung  neoplasms,  'Respiratory  diseases,
Smoking,  Tobacco, Epidemiologic factors, Adults,
Children, 'Passive smoking.


PB93-134674/REB                PC A05/MF A01
Corvallis Environmental Research Lab., OR.
Quality Assurance Plan for 1991 Pilot Study of the
Ecological Condition  of  Municipal  Wastewater
Constructed Wetland Treatment System*.
White (J.D.) Co., Vancouver, WA.
A. D. Sherman, and L. S. McAllister. Dec 92,96p EPA/
600/R-92/231
See also PB93-134682, PB89-220503, PB89-143028
and PB84-191626. Prepared in cooperation with Man-
Tech Environmental Technology, Inc., Corvallis,  OR.
Sponsored by Corvallis Environmental Research Lab.,
OR.

The purpose of the quality assurance plan is to detail
the methods and  procedures to be used in the pilot
study  of  the  ecological  condition in  municipal
wastewater constructed wetland treatment systems. It
includes specific procedures for assuring that data are
of known, high quality. Background material and de-
scription of the general approach are outlined in a sep-
arate project work plan.

Keywords: 'Ecology, 'Sewage treatment, 'Municipali-
ties, 'Water quality management, Wildlife, Water pollu-
tion control, Quality assurance, Habitats,  Sampling,
Toxiciry,  Vegetation,  Auditing.  Birds, Invertebrates,
'Wetlands, Pilot study.
PB93-134682/REB               PC A04/MF A01
Corvallis Environmental Research Lab., OR.
Quality Assurance Field Operations Report for the
Pilot Study Evaluating the Habitat Value of Wet-
land Treatment Systems.
ManTech Environmental Technology,  Inc., Corvallis,
OR.
L. S. McAllister. Dec 92,66p EPA/600/R-92/230
See also PB93-13S614. Sponsored by Corvallis Envi-
ronmental Research Lab., OR.

The use of wetland treatment systems (WTS), or con-
structed wetlands, for treating municipal wastewater is
increasing in  the  United States, but  little is  known
about the ability of these systems to duplicate or sus-
tain wetland functions. The purpose of the field oper-
ations report Is to  document field methods and activi-
ties as they were conducted  during the 1991 field
season. The report includes details of sampling proce-
dures,  criteria used for making  sampling decisions,
data that were collected at each site, and analysis of
quality control data, and a discussion of difficulties en-
countered. The field operations report will cover only
the field work pertaining to compiling data on selected
indicators of  wetland condition  by taking measure-
ments  at sites and  utilizing the Wetland Evaluation
Technique (WET), to evaluate habitat quality and other
values of WTS and to assess the technique's utility for
WTS evaluation.

Keywords:   'Sewage  treatment,   'Municipalities,
'United States, Field tests. Wildlife.  Habitats. Con-
struction, Quality assurance, Sampling, Measurement,
Indicator   species,    Abundance,   Invertebrates,
PlantsfBotany), Aquatic animals, Performance evalua-
tion.'Wetlands.
PB93-134872/REB               PC A03/MF A01
Environmental Protection Agency, Cincinnati, OH. Risk
Reduction Engineering Lab.
User's Guide to Flexible Membrane Liner Advisory
Expert System: Flex Version 3.0. User manual.
Computer Sciences Corp., Cincinnati, OH.
T. Adams, and J. McCready. Dec 92,32p* EPA/600/
C-92/006,, EPA/SW/DK-93/029A
Contract EPA-68-WO-0043
For system on diskette, see PB93-502631. Sponsored
by Environmental Protection Agency, Cincinnati, OH.
Risk Reduction Engineering Lab.

The guide is a user manual for the Flexible Membrane
Liner Advisory Expert System (FLEX). The system as-
sists in determining if a proposed synthetic liner mate-
rial will be chemically resistant to a proposed or antici-
pated leachate from  a hazardous waste land disposal
site. More specifically, it analyzes EPA required physi-
cal property test data (Method 9090) and provides tex-
tual advice about data adequacy and specific Indica-
tors that a liner may not be chemically resistant.

Keywords:  'User   manuals(Computer   programs),
'Expert systems, 'Solid waste disposal, 'Hazardous
materials, 'Membranes,  'Linings, Documentation,
Chemical resistance, Performance standards, Land
pollution control, Materials  tests, Compatibility meth-
ods, Physical properties,.  Leaching, 'Flexible Mem-
brane  Liner Advisory  Expert System, EPA  method
9090, Geomembranes, Geosynthetic materials.
PB93-134898/REB               PC A03/MF A01
Status Report on Analytical Methods to Support
the Disinfectant/Disinfection By-Products Rsgula-

Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC.
Office of the Assistant Administrator for Water.
Aug 92,18p EPA/811 /R-92/004

The U.S. EPA is developing national regulations to con-
trol disinfectants and disinfection by-products In public
drinking water supplies. Twelve disinfectants and dis-
infection by-products are identified for possible regula-
tion under this rule. The document summarizes the an-
alytical methods that EPA Intends to propose as com-
pliance monitoring methods. A discussion of surrogate
measurements that are being considered for inclusion
in the regulation is also provided.

Keywords:  'Disinfectants,  Disinfection, Byproducts,
Regulations, 'Potable water,  'Compliance, vMonltor-
ing, 'Water pollution abatement, Water pollution moni-
tors, Water policy, 'Water treatment, Chemical analy-
sis.
                                                   PB93-134906/REB               PC A05/MF A01
                                                   Status Report on the  Development of  Draft
                                                   MCLQs for Disinfectants and By-products.
                                                   Environmental  Protection Agency,  Washington, DC.
                                                   Office of the Assistant Administrator for Water.
                                                   Oct 92,81 p EPA/811 /R-92/006

                                                   The Maximum  Contaminant level goals (MCLG) are
                                                   set at concentration levels at which no known or antici-
                                                   pated adverse  health effects occur, allowing for  an
                                                   adequate margin of safety. Establishment of an MCLG
                                                   for each specific contaminant  depends on the evi-
                                                   dence of carclnogeniclty from drinking water exposure
                                                   or the Agency's oral reference dose based on noncar-
                                                   dnogemc data. The report discusses the status of the
                                                   development of draft MCLG5 for disinfectants and dis-
                                                   infection by-products.

                                                   Keywords:  'Potable water,  •Disinfectants, 'Public
                                                   health, 'Water  pollution abatement, Disinfection, By-
                                                   products, Dosage, Carcinogens,  Humans,  Popula-
                                                   tions, Chlorine,  Ions, Hydrolysis, Sodium hypochlorite.
                                                   Risk  assessment.  Exposure, Air pollution,  'Drinking
                                                   water, Chlorine  gas.
                                                   PB93-134914/REB               PC A03/MF A01
                                                   Status Report on Development of Regulations for
                                                   Disinfectants and Disinfection By-Products.
                                                   Environmental Protection Agency,  Washington, DC.
                                                   Office of the Assistant Administrator for Water.
                                                   Jun 81,44p EPA/570/9-91/040

                                                   The purpose of this document Is to indicate the status
                                                   of  regulation development for the disinfectants (Ds)
                                                   and disinfection  by-products (DBPs) and to solicit
                                                   feedback from the public. Previously, EPA made avail-
                                                   able to the public a 'strawman' rule (October 1989)
and a conceptual framework for developing these reg-
ulations (December 1990). This  document  reflects
EPA's current thinking on how the criteria for the D/
DBP regulations are evolving. The document consists
of four sections: (1) overview of anticipated general re-
quirements of the rule and major issues, (2) fact sheet
on the status of pertinent analytical methods, (3) fact
sheet on the status of health effects Information, and
(4) draft compliance monitoring requirements,

Keywords: 'Water pollution abatement, 'Regulations,
'Disinfectants, 'Water treatment, 'Disinfection, 'Pota-
ble water,  'Byproducts, Public opinion, US EPA, Re-
quirements, Public health, Compliance, Water pollution
sampling,  Risk  assessment,  Chemical compounds,
Toxicity, Safe Drinking Water Act, Maximum Contami-
nant Level.
PB93-134922/REB               PC A03/MF A01
Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC.
Criteria and Standards Div.
Technologies and Costs for Control of Disinfec-
tion By-Products: Executive Summary.
Pirnie (Malcolm). Inc., White Plains, NY.
Nov 92.21p EPA/811 /S-92/002
Sponsored by Environmental  Protection  Agency,
Washington, DC. Criteria and Standards Div.

The document characterizes the  feasibility of  treat-
ment for disinfection by-products control and esti-
mates  the costs for treatment alternatives that can
then be used by utilities to meet national regulations.
Treatment criteria are developed through the use of a
water treatment simulation model for parameters criti-
cal to disinfection by-products control.

Keywords:  Disinfectants, Disinfection,  Byproducts,
'Cost analysis, 'Water pollution control, 'Water pollu-
tion abatement, Potable water, Regulations, Cost esti-
mates, Models, Simulation,  Economic impact, Eco-
nomic  factors, 'Best  available technology, 'Water
treatment plants.
PB93-134930/REB               PC A03/MF A01
Use of Mlcrobial Risk Assessment In Setting U.S.
Drinking Water Standards.
Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC.
Office of the Assistant Administrator for Water.
B. A. Macier, and S. Regli. Oct 92,15p EPA/811/S-
92/001

The paper outlines the U.S. EPA's general strategy for
using microbial risk assessment to support the devel-
opment of the National Primary Drinking Water Regu-
lations. It discusses specifically the use of such risk as-
sessment In the development of upcoming regulations
for disinfection of groundwater and for controfof disin-
fectants and their chemical byproducts, and possible
amendments  to the current Surface Water Treatment
Rule.

Keywords: 'Potable water,  'Risk assessment, 'Micro-
biaf degradation, 'Public health, Water quality stand-
ards, Water treatment,  Pathogens, Health hazards,
Microorganism  control(Water),  Bacterial  diseases,
Regulations,  Disinfectants, Byproducts, Water  pollu-
tion abatement. Giardia, Giardiasis,  Drinking water,
Surface water.
                                                   PB93-134948/REB               PC A06/MF A02
                                                   Environmental Protection Agency,  Washington,  DC.
                                                   Office of the Assistant Administrator for Water.
                                                   Water Treatment Plant Simulation  Program, Ver-
                                                   sion 1.21, User's Manual.
                                                   Pirnie (Malcolm), Inc., White Plains, NY.
                                                   Jun 92,119p EPA/811 /B-92/001
                                                   Sponsored  by  Environmental  Protection  Agency,
                                                   Washington, DC. Office of the Assistant Administrator
                                                   for Water.

                                                   The User's Manual for Version 1.21 of the Water Treat-
                                                   ment Plant Simulation Program has been prepared to
                                                   provide a basic understanding of (1)  how to operate
                                                   the program, and (2) the underlying assumptions and
                                                   equations that are used to calculate the removal of
                                                   natural organic matter and the formation of disinfection
                                                   by-products. The manual represents the first public re-
                                                   lease of the program.

                                                   Keywords: 'Disinfection, 'Water treatment,  'Water
                                                   pollution control. Users manual, Organic matter, Math-
                                                   ematical  models,  Byproducts, Computerized Simula-
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tion, Requirements, Disinfectants, Chlorine  organic
compounds, Sedimentation, Flocculation, Flow charts,
Fluid filtration, Water quality, Profiles, Tables(Data),
"Water treatment plants, Trihalomethane, Methane/
trichloro, IBM/PC computers, Chemicals.
PB93-135614/REB               PC A06/MF A02
Corvallis Environmental Research Lab., OR.
Habitat Quality  Assessment  of  Two Wetland
Treatment Systems In Mississippi: A Pilot Study.
ManTech  Environmental Technology, Inc., Corvallis,
OR.
L S. McAllister. Dec 92,105p EPA/600/R-92/229
See  also  PB93-134675,  PB92-111566 and  PB91-
113837. Sponsored  by Corvallis Environmental Re-
search Lab., OR.

The use of wetland treatment systems (WTS), or con-
structed wetlands, for treating municipal wastewater is
increasing in  the United States, but little is  known
about the  ability of these systems to duplicate or sus-
tain wetland functions. The pilot study  was designed to
examine methods and the usefulness of various wet-
land indicators for assessing the wildlife habitat quality
in six WTS sites  throughout  the United States. The
report focusses on two  Mississippi  sites, one located
near Collins, and one near Ocean Springs.

Keywords: 'Wetlands, 'Habitats, 'Sewage treatment,
'Biological effects,  Biological  indicators,   United
States,  Mississippi, Wildlife, Ecosystems,  Birds, Hy-
drology, Toxicity, 'Created wetlands,  'Wetland treat-
ment     systems,   Collins(Mississippi),     Ocean
Springs(Mississippi).
PB93-135622/REB               PC A05/MF A01
Effects of UV-B and Global Climate Change on
Rice: First Annual Program Progress Report.
Corvallis Environmental Research Lab., OR.
D. M. Olszyk, D. Bachelet, S. Holmann, K. Fisher, and
K. L. Heong. Dec 92,95p EPA/600/R-92/241
See also PB91 -109983 and PB90-263971. Prepared in
cooperation with ManTech Environmental Technolo-
gy,  Inc., Corvallis, OR.,  and International Rice Re-
search Inst., Los Banos, Laguna (Philippines).

The document describes the first year of research by
the Rice Research Program conducted cooperatively
at the Environmental Research Laboratory in Corvallis
(ERL-C), Oregon, USA; and the International Rice Re-
search Institute (IRRI) at Los Banos, the Philippines. It
covers the period of 1 October, 1990 through 30 Sep-
tember, 1991. The first year of the program saw signifi-
cant accomplishments in setting up the administrative
framework for the program, refining the research ob-
jectives, and initiating the research. However, this was
only the beginning. The next four years of the project
will include intensive modeling and research activities
to assess the effects of UV-B radiation and global cli-
mate change on rice productivity.

Keywords: 'Ultraviolet radiation, 'Rice plants, 'Ter-
restrial ecosystems, 'Climatic changes, Carbon diox-
ide, Plant  ecology, Project planning, Mathematical
models, Graphs(Charts), Yield.


PB93-13S630/REB               PC A08/MF A02
Oregon State Univ., Corvallis. Dept. of Fisheries and
Wildlife.
Arctic  Contaminants  Research  Program:  Re-
search Plan.
Corvallis Environmental Research Lab., OR.
D. H. Landers, J. Ford, S. Allen, L Curtis, and J. M.
Omernik. Dec 92,164p EPA/600/R-92/210
See also PB91-137109 and AD-P007 273. Prepared in
cooperation with ManTech Environmental Technology
International,  Inc.,  Corvallis,  OR.  Sponsored by
Oregon State Univ., Corvallis. Dept. of Fisheries and
Wildlife.

The research plan was initially intended to contain the
Information needed to evaluate the U.S. Environmen-
tal  Protection Agency (EPA) Arctic Contaminant Re-
search Program (ACRP). The scientific aspects of the
proposed research form the main body of the docu-
ment and focus on objectives of the specific research
components, current literature, approach, and ration-
ale. The ACRP has three major components: (1) ex-
tensive sampling of lichens, mosses, and soils to pro-
vide a spatial understanding of the status and extent of
contaminants present in arctic ecosystems, (2) lake
sediment research to evaluate the source and history
of  arctic contaminant Inputs,  and (3) food web re-
search to evaluate the possible effects of atmospheri-
cally transported pollutants on arctic food webs. The
research plan will be used to provide a framework for
the ACRP, based on  the preliminary studies done to
date and will be implemented over the next five years.
The Program will undergo additional peer reviews at
two-year intervals in the future.

Keywords:  'Ecosystems, 'Sediments, 'Food web,
'Arctic regions, 'Pollutants, Land pollution, Water pol-
lution.  Environmental transport, Environmental sur-
veys, Spatial  distribution, Soil  analysis,  Lichens,
Mosses, Air  pollution  effects(Plants),  US  EPA,
Plants(Botany), 'Arctic Contaminants Research Pro-
gram.


PB93-135648/REB                PC A09/MF A02
Environmental Research Lab.-Duluth, MM.
Water Temperature  Characteristics of Lakes Sub-
jected to Climate Change.
Minnesota Univ., Minneapolis. St. Anthony Falls  Hy-
draulic Lab.
M. Hondzo, and H. G. Stefan. Dec 92,181 p EPA/600/
R-92/244
Grant EPA-R-816230
See also  PB93-135655, PB92-121391 and  PB81-
218349. Sponsored by Environmental Research Lab.-
Duluth, MN.

A deterministic, one dimensional, unsteady lake water
temperature model was modified and validated to sim-
ulate the seasonal (spring to fall) temperature stratifi-
cation structure over a wide range of lake morphome-
tries, trophic and meteorological conditions. Model co-
efficients related to hypolimnetic eddy diffusiyity, light
attenuation, wind  sheltering,  and  convective  heat
transfer were generalized using theoretical and empiri-
cal extensions.

Keywords:  'Water temperature, 'Lakes, 'Climatic
changes, 'Air water interactions, 'Computerized simu-
lation, Seasonal variations, Meteorology, Heat  trans-
fer,    Stratification,     Convection,    Attenuation,
Wind(Meteorology), Hydrology, Eddies, Water quality,
Biological effects, Thermal stratification.
                                                   PB93-135655/REB               PC A07/MF A02
                                                   Environmental Research Lab.-Duluth, MN.
                                                   Relationship between Water Temperatures and
                                                   Air Temperatures for Central U.S. Streams.
                                                   Minnesota Univ., Minneapolis. St. Anthony Falls Hy-
                                                   draulic Lab.
                                                   E. B. Preud'homme, and H. G. Stefan. Sep 92,146p
                                                   EPA/600/R-92/243
                                                   Grant EPA-R-816230
                                                   See also PB93-135648 and PB81-218349. Sponsored
                                                   by Environmental Research Lab.-Duluth, MN.

                                                   An analysis of the relationship between air and stream
                                                   water temperature records for 11 rivers located in the
                                                   central United States was conducted. The reliability of
                                                   commonly available water  temperature records was
                                                   shown to be  of unequal quality. Simple linear relation-
                                                   ships between air (T sub a) and water (T sub w) tem-
                                                   peratures were developed for daily and weekly aver-
                                                   age temperatures and showed some level of accuracy,
                                                   especially for weekly average temperatures and  for
                                                   small streams. The general equations T sub w = 5.0
                                                   + 0.75 (T sub a) and (T sub w) = 2.9 + 0.86 (T sub a)
                                                   simulated the dally and weekly temperatures of the 11
                                                   streams studied  with a standard deviation between
                                                   measurements and prediction of 2.7 C and 2.1 C, re-
                                                   spectively. Predictions were better for shallow streams
                                                   than for deep streams. Periods of ice cover were ex-
                                                   cluded from the analysis.

                                                   Keywords: 'Streams,  'Temperature measurement,
                                                   'Water pollution, 'Atmospheric temperature, Monitor-
                                                   ing, Mathematical models, Climatic changes, Shallow
                                                   water, Diurnal variations, Correlation, fee reporting.
                                                   PB93-135663/REB               PC A07/MF A02
                                                   Environmental Protection Agency, Research Triangle
                                                   Park, NC. Air and Energy Engineering Research Lab.
                                                   Revised Emissions Estimation Methodologies for
                                                   industrial, Residential, and Electric Utility Station-
                                                   ary Combustion Sources. Final rept. Oct 91-Sep 92.
                                                   TRC Environmental Corp., Chapel Hill, NC.
                                                   D. Bowman, S. Lowe, D. Winkler, and D. Zimmerman.
                                                   Dec 92,141 p EPA/600/R-92/239
                                                   Contract EPA-68-D9-0173
                                                   See also PB92-126945 and DE86003135. Sponsored
                                                   by Environmental Protection Agency, Research Trian-
gle Park, NC. Air and Energy Engineering Research
Lab.

The report describes the development of improved
and streamlined EPA emission estimation methods for
stationary combustion area sources by the Joint Emis-
sions  Inventory Oversight Group (JEIOG) research
program. These sources include categories traditional-
ly labeled 'other stationary source combustion1: resi-
dential, commercial/institutional,  industrial, and elec-
tric utility fuel-burning  sources that are not inventoried
as point sources because they are too small or numer-
ous to inventory individually, the report consists of 10
chapters:  Introduction, Industrial  Fuel  Combusti9n
Methodologies  for  Existing  Categories, Industrial
Wood  Fuel  Combustion  Methodologies, Crude  Oil
Combustion Emission from Field Operations, Residen-
tial Combustion Source Methodologies, Sulfur Con-
tent, Ash Content, Electric Utility Area Source Fuel
Use, Error Handling Procedures, and Conclusions and
Research Recommendations. Each chapter summa-
rizes existing methodologies (if any exist), then pre-
sents proposed algorithms, Emission factors and data
sources required to implement the new methodologies
are introduced in each chapter.

Keywords: 'Air pollution, 'Stationary sources, 'Com-
bustion  products, Concentration(Composltion), Study
estimates. Wood fuels, Crude oil, Residential buildings,
Industrial wastes, Nitrogen oxides, Sulfur dioxide, Par-
ticulates, Electric power plants,  Sulfur content, Ash
content,  Error  analysis,  Recommendations,  Fuels,
Volatile organic compounds, 'Emission inventories.


PB93-135671/REB               PC A01/MF A01
Corvallis Environmental Research Lab., OR.
Effects of Repeated Ammonium Sulfate Applica-
tions on Soil Leachate Chemistry on the Femow
Experimental Forest In West Virginia, USA. Sympo-
sium paper.
Northeastern Forest  Experiment  Station, Parsons,
WV. Timber and Watershed Lab.
P. Edwards, J. Kochenderfer, and M. Adams. 1992,5p
EPA/600/A-92/281
Sponsored by Corvallis Environmental Research Lab.,
OR.

In 1987, a cooperative study was made to examine the
effects of acidification to various ecosystem param-
eters. Ammonium sulfate fertilizer was applied to a wa-
tershed on the Fernow Experimental Forest in the cen-
tral Appalachians to elevate N and S inputs and induce
acidification. Annually, the fertilizer amendments were
approximately double ambient N  and S  loads. The re-
sults presented here  describe soil leachate chemistry
responses to the manipulation.

Keywords:  'Ammonium  sulfate,  'Soil  chemistry,
'Forest land,  'Acidification,  Fertilizers, Ecosystems,
Field  tests, Soil properties, Watersheds, Hardwoods,
Soil horizons, Chemical analysis. Sampling, pH, Sea-
sonal variations, Concentrat(on(Composition), Forest
trees, West Virginia,  Lycimeters, Buffers(Chemistry),
'Leachate.
                                                   PB93-135689/REB               PC A03/MF A01
                                                   Corvallis Environmental Research Lab., OR.
                                                   Trace Organic Contaminants In Anthropogenlcally
                                                   Acidified Surface Waters. Symposium paper.
                                                   Oregon State Univ., Corvallis.  Dept. of Fisheries and
                                                   Wildlife.
                                                   J. Ford, and T. C. Young. 29 Sep 92,23p EPA/600/A-
                                                   92/262
                                                   Presented at Dahlem Workshop  on Acidification  of
                                                   Freshwaters, Dahlem, Germany, September 27-Octo-
                                                   ber 3,  1992. Prepared in cooperation with Clarkson
                                                   Univ., Potsdam, NY. Dept. of Civil and Environmental
                                                   Engineering. Sponsored by Corvallis Environmental
                                                   Research Lab., OR.

                                                   The biological effects of trace organic contaminants In
                                                   anthropogenically acidified surface waters are mediat-
                                                   ed by the nature of the association of trace organics
                                                   with dissolved and particulate organic matter  (DOC
                                                   and POC). The paper (1) briefly reviews available dep-
                                                   osition estimates for selected contaminants in areas of
                                                   North America currently receiving acidic deposition, (2)
                                                   provides a graphical description interrelating selected
                                                   common organic contaminants according to basic phy-
                                                   sico-chemical  properties  that affect partitioning  In
                                                   aquatic systems (solubility, vapor pressure, and octa-
                                                   nol-water partition coefficient), and (3) discusses the
                                                   likely effects of surface water acidification on  POC/
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                                                 EPA PUBLICATIONS BIBLIOGRAPHY
DOC-contaminant-biota partitioning,  based  on this
spectrum of properties.

Keywords: 'Acidification. 'Surface waters, 'Organic
compounds, 'Aquatic biology, 'North America, Pollu-
tion  control, Wildlife, Physical  properties, Chemical
properties,  Vapor pressure,  Concentration,  Atmos-
pheric circulation, Fertilizers, Pesticides, Agriculture,
Environmental impacts, Fossil fuels, Industrial wastes,
Trace elements.
PB93-135697/REB               PC A03/MF A01
Corvallis Environmental Research Lab., OR.
Rice Field Inventory Using AVHRR Data. Symposi-
um paper.
ManTech Environmental Technology, Inc., Corvallis,
OR.
D. Bachelet, and J. L Mai lander. 1992,22p EPA/600/
A-92/283
Contract EPA-68-C8-0006
Presented to the Asian Conference on Remote Sens-
ing (13th),  Ulaan Baatar,  Mongolia,  October 7-11,
1992. See also N85-17400. Prepared in cooperation
with Oregon State Univ., Corvallis. Dept. of  Geosci-
ences.  Sponsored by Corvallis Environmental Re-
search Lab., OR.

Time series Normalized Difference Vegetation Index
(NDVI) data, computed from Advanced Very High Res-
olution Radiometer (AVHRR) data, were used in a pilot
study to locate areas of rice cultivation in the United
States  of America (USA). The large size of rice fields
and the relative phonological  homogeneity  of  rice-
growing regions in the US make them ideal sites for a
pilot study. NDVI dynamics were examined using 16km
global area coverage satellite data from 1988. Unsu-
pervised classification was used  to  distinguish rice
fields from  other vegetation cover types. The tech-
nique was first used for California where contrast be-
tween irrigated and natural vegetation is the most pro-
nounced. Identical methods were used  to  classify
vegetation in China where the field size is much small-
er and cropping season more extended.

Keywords:  'Rice  plants,  'Radiometers,  'Cultivated
lands,  'Remote sensing,  Field  crops,  Vegetation
growth, China, Graphs(Charts), United States, 'Ad-
vanced Very High Resolution Radiometers.
PB93-135713/REB               PC A02/MF A01
Robert S. Kerr Environmental  Research Lab., Ada,
OK.
Transformation of Carbon Tetrachlorlde In the
Presence of Sulflde, Blotlte, and Vermlcullte. Jour-
nal article.
Stanford Univ., CA. Dept. of Civil Engineering.
M. R. Kriegman-KIng, and M. Reinhard. C1992,7p
EPA/600/J-92/414
Grant EPA-R-816776
Pub. in Environmental Science  Technology, v26 nl 1
02198-22061992. See also PB92-179738. Sponsored
by Robert S. Kerr Environmental Research Lab., Ada,


Carbon tetrachloride is transformed in aqueous solu-
tions containing dissolved hydrogen sulfide more rap-
Idly In the presence of the minerals biotite and vermic-
ulite than In homogeneous systems. Approximately 80-
85% of the CCI4 was transformed to CO2 via the
measured intermediate, CS2. Chloroform comprised 5-
15% of the products. The remaining 5% of the prod-
ucts  were an unidentified non-volatile compound and
CO. At 25C, the half-life of CCI4 with 1 mM HS was cal-
culated to be 2600,160, and 50'days for the homoge-
neous, vermiculite (114 sq m/L), and biotite (55.8 sq
m/L) systems, respectively. The CCI4 transformation
rate was found to be dependent  on the type and quan-
tity of the solid and the temperature, but was inde-
pendent of pH and HSJ-) concentration above a critical
HS(-) concentration. The activation energies (+ or -
95% confidence Intervals) were determined to be 122
+ or • 32,91.3 + or • 8.4, and 59.9 + or -13.3 kJ/mol
for the homogeneous, vermicullte, and biotite systems,
respectively. The CCI4 transformation rate exhibited
first-order behavior with respect  to biotite surface area
concentration SC(sub biotite) below 55.8 sq m/L. The
rate of CCI4 transformation was Independent of HS(-)
concentration when (HS(-) - 0.5-4 mM and SC sub
biotite) - 55.8 sq m/L Below (HSM) - 0.5-4 mM, the
rate  law  was dependent on  HS(-)  concentration,
(Copyright (c) 1992 American Chemical Society.)

Keywords:  'Bioconverslon, 'Water pollution effects,
•Carbon  tetrachloride, 'Minerals,  Blodeterloration,
Water chemistry, Hydrogen sulfide, Reaction kinetics,
Carbon dioxide, Carbon monoxide, Biotite, Vermiculite,
Concentration(Composition), Reprints, Chemical reac-
tion mechanisms.
PB93-135721/REB               PC A03/MF A01
Corvallis Environmental Research Lab., OR.
Recent Sulfur Enrichment In the Sediments of
Little Rock Lake, Wisconsin. Jpumal article.
Minnesota Univ., St. Paul. Water Resources Research
Center.
L A. Baker, D. R. Engestrom, and P. L. Brezonik.
C1992,16p EPA/600/J-92/415
Pub. in Limnology and Oceanography, v37 n4 p689-
702 1992. See also PB87-179966. Prepared in coop-
eration with Minnesota Univ., Minneapolis. Sponsored
by Corvallis Environmental Research Lab., OR.

Multiple sediment cores collected from Little Rock
Lake, Wisconsin,  prior to  experimental acidification
show that total sulfur accumulation rates Increased
during the past century, with most of the increase oc-
curring in the chromium-reducible (CRS) and organic
fractions. The increased sulfur accumulation is a result
of diagenetic processes within the sediments, rather
than changes in seston deposition rates or terrestrial
inputs. The enrichment has occurred because atmos-
pheric sulfate deposition rates have increased over the
past century, resulting in increased lakewater sulfate
concentrations. This has increased the dlffusional flux
to the sediments and increased the extent of diagene-
tic immobilization. Individual cores had markedly differ-
ent sulfur accumulation rates, demonstrating the im-
portance of collecting  multiple cores  to determine
iakewide sediment flux.

Keywords:  'Acidification,  'Little  Rock  Lake, Sedi-
ments, pH, Sampling, Fishes, Aquatic plants, Chemical
properties, Sulfur, Sulfates, Accumulation, Zooplank-
ton, Diagenesis.
PB93-135739/REB
                                PC A03/MF A01
Pathogeniclty of 'Salmonella pullorum' In North-
ern Bobwhlte Quail and Mallard Ducks. Journal arti-
cle.
Corvallis Environmental Research Lab., OR.
P. S. Buckholz, and A. Fairbrother. c1992.11 p EPA/
600/J-92/416
Pub. in Avian  Diseases, v36 p304-312 1992. See also
PB-187 071.  Prepared in cooperation with ManTech
Environmental Technology, Inc., Corvallis, OR.

Ten-day-old northern bobwhite quail and mallards
were inoculated orally and intravenously with Salmo-
nella pullorum at concentrations of one thousand to 10
billion  colony-forming units/ml. The bacterium was
found  to be  extremely  virulent in young  bobwhite
during two experiments with 65-100% mortality; how-
ever, no mallards died or exhibited any signs of mor-
bidity. Blood chemistry values and antibody liters of
bobwhite were Inconclusive due to high mortality rate.
Significant  differences (P<0.05)  were observed In
serum calcium, uric acid, and lactate dehydrogenase
values of treated mallards, and antibody liters were de-
tected as early as one week following inoculation in a
pilot test. The bacterium was cultured from bobwhite
feces and from liver,  lungs, heart, kidneys, pancreas,
and spleen tissues removed at necropsy; however, it
was isolated only from liver tissue of four mallards. Tis-
sues  submitted  by  histopathological  examination
showed bobwhite to be severely affected. Small bacte-
rial colonies were frequently found in the capillaries of
various organs of the bobwhite, particularly in the heart
and kidneys. Mallard tissues were found to be essen-
tially normal except for slight vacuolar changes in the
liver.

Keywords:  'Pathology, 'Ducks,  'Salmonella  Infec-
tions, 'Game birds, Bacterial Infections,  Lethal dose
50,  Mortality,  Clinical chemistry. Reprints, Quail, Sal-
monella pullorum, Collnus virginianus, Anas platyrhyn-
chos, Pathogeniclty, Pullorum disease, Baciflary white
diarrhea.
PB93-13S747/REB                PC A03/MF A01
Environmental Monitoring and Assessment  Pro-
gram,  EMAP-Surface Wafers: A Northeast Lakes
Pilot. Journal article.
Corvallis Environmental Research Lab., OR.
D, P. Larsen, D. L. Stevens, A. R. Selle, and S. G.
Paulsen.c1991,13p EPA/600/ J-92/417
Pub. In Lake and Reservoir Management, v7 n1 p1-11
1991. See also PB92-231497 and PB91-145730. Pre-
pared in cooperation  with ManTech  Environmental
Technology  International. Inc., Corvallis,  OR., and
Nevada Univ., Las Vegas.

In response  to a growing need for information  about
the  condition of the nation's ecosystems at regional
and national scales, the U.S. Environmental Protection
Agency  (USEPA) recently embarked on a program
called EMAP (Environmental Monitoring and Assess-
ment Program) using a uniform approach for national
assessments across and among ecosystem types. In
its focus on lake condition at the regional and national
scale, EMAP-Surface Waters  will address concerns
about the present extent and geographical distribution
of lakes, their current ecological condition, the propor-
tion that is degrading or improving, where, and at what
rate, and the likely causes of adverse effects. The na-
tional design is based on a systematic grid of randomly
placed points, so that conditions and trends can be es-
timated with  known uncertainty. Lake condition will be
assessed primarily through biological measurements;
physical, chemical, and landscape information will be
used to support and interpret conditions estimated by
the  biological indicators.  The paper  describes  the
EMAP design and indicators strategy tailored for lakes,
with examples showing how these indicators can de-
scribe condition and trends at national and regional
scales.

Keywords:   'Environmental   monitoring,  'Surface
waters, 'Water pollution sampling, 'Aquatic ecosys-
tems, Regional analysis, National government. Hydrol-
ogy, Biological  indicators,  Trends,  Environmental
impact assessments, Water quality, Biological effects,
Geography, Information management, 'Environmental
Monitoring and Assessment Program.
PB93-135754/REB               PCA03/MFA01
Corvallis Environmental Research Lab., OR.
Comparison of Episodic Acidification In Canada,
Europe and the United States. Journal article.
University of East Anglia, Norwich (England). School of
Environmental Sciences.
P. J. Wiglngton, T. D. Davies, M. Tranter, and K. N.
Eshleman. C1990, 30p EPA/600/ J-92/41 8
Pub. in Environmental Pollution, v78 p29-35 1992. See
also PB92-1 00486. Prepared  In  cooperation  with
Southampton Univ. (England). Dept. of Oceanography,
and Virginia Univ.,  Charlottesville.  Dept. of Environ-
mental Sciences. Sponsored by Corvallis Environmen-
tal Research Lab., OR.

Based on reviews and synthesis  of  literature from
Canada, Europe, and the United States, episodic acidi-
fication is practically an ubiquitous process in streams
and drainage lakes. pH depressions  are  frequently
smaller in systems with low  pre-episodic  pH levels.
Studies on European surface waters have most fre-
quently reported episodes with minimum  pH levels
below 4.5. In Canada and the United States, studies
have also reported a number of systems that have had
minimum pH levels below 4.5. Episodic acidification is
controlled by a combination of natural and anthropo-
 enic factors. In all three  locations acidic  deposition
 as Increased the severity (minimum pH reached) of
episodes in some streams and lakes.
g
h
Keywords:  'Acidification, 'Water  pollution, 'Water
quality, 'Air water Interactions, 'Acid neutralizing ca-
pacity, Hydrology, United States, Canada, Europe, pH,
Man  environment  interactions.  Natural  emissions,
Comparison, Air pollution, Streams, Lakes, Surface
waters, 'Episodic acidification. Foreign technology.
PB93-135762/REB                PC A01/MF A01
Corvallis Environmental Research Lab., OR.
Who WIN Speak for Biodiversity. Journal article.
ManTech  Environmental  Technology  International,
Inc., Corvallis, OR.
R. F. Noss. C1992,4p EPA/600/ J-92/419
Pub. In Conservation Biology, v3  n2 p202-203 Jun 89.
See also PB92-108117. Sponsored by Corvallis Envi-
ronmental Research Lab., OR.

A brief editorial-style essay Is presented, invited by Dr.
David Ehrenfeld, editor of Conservation Biology. The
essay Is philosophical and contains no data or explicit
policy Implications.

Keywords: 'Species diversity, 'Ethics, Conservation,
Reprints, 'Biodiversity.
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                                                  EPA PUBLICATIONS BIBLIOGRAPHY
 PB93-136364/REB               PC A05/MF A01
 Restoration of the Anacostia River.  Report to the
 Congress.
 Environmental Protection  Agency, Annapolis,  MD.
 Chesapeake Bay Program.
 9 Jul 92,78p CBP/TRS-79/92

 The House and Senate Committees on Appropriations
 in their approval of the U.S. Environmental Protection
 Agency's (EPA) FY92 Operating Plan directed EPA to
 conduct a  study of the Anacostia River.  The  study
 'should include...an analysis of the extent to which pol-
 lution in the Anacostia River is harming the Bay's eco-
 system; what steps are needed to restore the Anacos-
 tia's water quality and a timeline showing when these
 steps could be met; potential roles for EPA in the Ana-
 costia River clean-up and that of other federal agen-
 cies; and an inventory of activities currently underway
 to restore the river.'

 Keywords:  "Anacostia  River,  "Remedial action,
 •Water quality management, "Water pollution control,
 Watersheds, Urban areas,  US EPA, Aquatic ecosys-
 tems, Habitats, Federal agencies, Pollution control
 agencies.   Industrial  wastes,  Regulations, Permits,
 "Chesapeake Bay Program, Cleanup operations, Na-
 tional Pollutant Discharge Elimination System.
PB93-136521/REB               PC A06/MF A02
Strategic Assessment of Near  Coastal Waters:
Northeast Case Study. Interim draft rept.
Environmental Protection Agency/National Oceanic
and Atmospheric Administration Team on Near Coast-
al Waters, Rockville, MD.
Nov87,119p

The  report is an interim draft of a forthcoming case
study of coastal and estuarine data for 17 estuaries of
the Northeast USA.  It illustrates the progress made
toward completion of the final report. Most of the infor-
mation presented is compiled from data bases devel-
oped by NOAA's continuing program of strategic as-
sessments, including its National  Coastal Pollutant
Discharge Inventory,  National Coastal  Wetlands In-
ventory, and Public Outdoor Recreational Facilities In-
ventory. Data are compiled and organized into 7 sec-
tions: (1) physical and hydrologlc characteristics; (2)
land  use and population; (3) nutrient discharges to es-
tuaries; (4) classified shellfish waters;  (5) toxic dis-
charges to estuaries  and hazardous waste disposal
sites; (6)  coastal  wetlands; and  (7) public outdoor
recreation facilities. The fifth section has been com-
pleted to illustrate the approximate scale and scope of
the information content and discussion that will be pre-
sented for each theme in the final report.

Keywords: "Coastal zone management, "Water pollu-
tion,  "Estuaries, Water management, Forecasting, Hy-
drology, Atlantic Ocean, Nutrients, Hazardous materi-
als, waste disposal, Wetlands, Recreation, Toxic sub-
stances, Land  use,  Pollution sources, "Northeast
Region(United States).
PB93-136612/REB               PC A03/MF A01
EPA's Ground Water and Drinking Water Program:
Making a Difference. Annual rept.
Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC.
Office of the Assistant Administrator for Water.
Oct 92,36p EPA/810/R-92/001

This is the first Annual Report highlighting the success-
es of EPA's newly formed Office of Ground Water and
Drinking Water and its counterparts in the EPA Region-
al Offices. The report chronicles a year of change and
progress and describes plans for meeting the many im-
portant challenges facing the program.

Keywords: "Ground water, "Drinking water, "Water
quality management, US EPA, Protection,  Project
management, Public health, American Indians, Law
enforcement,  Technical  assistance,  Water  wells,
Tests,    Laboratories,    International    relations,
States(United States).
PB93-136620/REB               PC A05/MF A01
Army Medical Research and Development Command,
FortDetrick.MD.
Health Advisory for Zinc Chloride.
Environmental Protection* Agency. Washington, DC.
Office of the Assistant Administrator for Water.
J. M. Donohue, L Gordon, C. Kirman, and W. C.
Roberts. Sep 92,80p
Sponsored by Army Medical Research and Develop-
ment Command, Fort Detrick, MD.

The Health Advisory (HA) provides information on the
health effects, analytical methodology and treatment
technology that would be useful in dealing with zinc
chloride contamination  of drinking water.  Based on
available toxicity data the HA values for zinc chloride
are given. Zinc chloride is classified as Group D, not
classifiable as to human carcinogenicity. Health Advi-
sories describe nonregulatory concentrations of drink-
ing water contaminants at which adverse health ef-
fects would not be anticipated to occur over specific
exposure durations. The HAs, developed by the US
Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Water
(OW), are not legally enforceable Federal standards
and are subject to change as new  information  be-
comes available. Health Advisories are developed for
One-day, Ten-day, Longer-term and  Lifetime expo-
sures based on data describing noncarcinogenic end
points of toxicity. For those substances that are known
or probable human carcinogens, according to the EPA
classification  scheme, Lifetime HAs  are not recom-
mended.

Keywords: "Potable water, "Water quality, "Zinc chlor-
ides, "Water  pollution effects(Humans), "Toxicology,
"Zinc  compounds.  Public  health. Health  hazards.
Water pollution effects(Animals), Ingestion(Biology),
Zinc oxides. Zinc  sulfates,  Exposure, Pharmacokine-
tics, Carcinogenicity tests,  Metabolism, Mutagenicity
tests. Zinc ions, CAS 7646-85-7, CAS 7440-66-6, CAS
7446-20-0, CAS 1314-13-2.
PB93-138893/REB               PC A03/MF A01
Chesapeake  Bay   Program  Annual   Progress
Report,  Wetlands  Workgroup, December  1991.
Annual progress rept.
Environmental Protection  Agency,  Annapolis,  MD.
Chesapeake Bay Program.
Dec 91,13p CBP/APR-92/105

The announcement by President Bush of a national
'no net loss' wetlands policy is the result of growing
public concern about the rapid loss of these important
resources.  Wetlands  provide  essential  breeding,
spawning, nesting and wintering habitats for a  major
portion of the region's fish and wildlife. In addition, wet-
lands function to purify surface water, moderate flood
flows, maintain year  round stream  and river flows,
reduce erosion and support commercial fishery and
recreation Industries. In recognition of the importance
of wetlands to the environmental quality and economic
productivity of the Bay, the  Chesapeake  Executive
Council adopted the Chesapeake Bay Wetlands Policy
in December 1988. The Policy includes a commitment
to adopt  an  implementation plan. The annual report
discusses the Living Resources Subcommittee's Wet-
lands Workgroup progress on these projects over the
last year, and the  near term goals for the next year.
The progress to date includes work completed for the
first phase and beginning to set up the second phase
of the implementation plan.

Keywords: "Wetlands, "Natural  resources manage-
ment, "Environmental quality, Implementation,  Sur-
face waters,  Water quality management, Water pollu-
tion control, Flood control, Water flow, Habitats, Fish
management,  Wildlife   management,  Recreation,
"Chesapeake Bay Program,  Chesapeake  Bay Wet-
lands Policy, Natural wetlands, Created wetlands.
PB93-136901/REB               PC A03/MF A01
Environmental  Protection Agency, Washington, DC.
Office of Marine and Estuarine Protection.
Susceptibility  of East Coast Estuaries to Nutrient
Discharges: Albemarle/Pamllco Sound  to Bis*
cayne Bay. Summary rept.
National Ocean Service,  Rockville, MD. Strategic As-
sessment Branch.
H. Quinn, J. P. Tolson, C. J. Klein, S. P. Orlando, and C.
Alexander. Jun  89,38p
See also PB93-136927 and PB93-112357. Prepared in
cooperation  with Delaware  Univ., Newark. Coll,  of
Marine Studies. Sponsored by Environmental Protec-
tion Agency, Washington, DC. Office of Marine and Es-
tuarine Protection.)

The report is the first In a series being developed  to
assist US EPA implement its Near Coastal Waters and
National Estuary Programs. It summarizes estimates of
the relative susceptibility and status of 17 estuaries on
the East Coast from North Carolina through Florida
with respect to  nutrient-related pollution. The informa-
tion in the report is intended to increase understanding
of coastal environmental problems and to serve as a
screening tool for coastal resource decision-making. A
1-page summary is included in the report for each of
the 17 estuaries in the East Coast region from Albe-
marle/Pamlico Sound through  Biscayne Bay. Each
summary contains data on significant physical and hy-
drologic features, estimations of nutrient loading, pol-
lution susceptibility, and nutrient concentrations, along
with a narrative to assist the reader in interpreting the
data.

Keywords: "Water pollution, "Coastal regions, "Estu-
aries, "Pollution sources, "Nutrients, Hydrology, Water
management,  Atlantic  Ocean, Albemarle/Pamlico
Sound,  Biscayne  Bay, Concentration(Composition),
Comparison, Graphs(Charts), Study estimates, Point
sources,  Nonpoint sources, Upstream, "Southeast
Reglon(United States), Eastern Region(United States),
Near Coastal Waters and National Estuary Programs.
PB93-136927/REB               PC A03/MF A01
Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC.
Office of Marine and Estuarine Protection.
Susceptibility of East Coast Estuaries to Nutrient
Discharges: Paesamaquoddy  Bay to Chesapeake
Bay. Summary rept.
National Ocean Service, Rockville, MD. Strategic As-
sessment Branch.
H. Quinn, J, P. Tolson, C. J. Klein, S. P. Orlando, and C,
Alexander. Jun 89,44p
See also PB93-136901. Prepared in cooperation with
Delaware  Univ.,  Newark.  Coll.  of Marine Studies.
Sponsored  by Environmental   Protection  Agency,
Washington, DC.  Office of Marine and Estuarine Pro-
tection.

This is the third report in a series being developed to
assist the US EPA Implement its Near Coastal Waters
and National  Estuary Programs. It summarizes esti-
mates of the relative susceptibility and status of 17 es-
tuaries on the East Coast from Maine through Virginia,
with respect to nutrient-related pollution. The Informa-
tion is intended to Increase understanding of coastal
environmental  problems and to  serve as a screening
tool for coastal resource decision-making. A one-page
summary Is included In the report for each of the 17 es-
tuaries in the East Coast region from Passamaquoddy
Bay through Chesapeake Bay.  Each summary con-
tains data on significant physical and hydrologlc fea-
tures, estimations of nutrient loading, pollution suscep-
tibility, and nutrient concentrations, along with a narra-
tive to assist the reader In interpreting the data.

Keywords: "Water pollution, "Coastal regions, "Estu-
aries,  "Pollution sources, "Nutrients, US EPA, Passa-
maquoddy  Bay,  Chesapeake Bay, Water  manage-
ment, Hydrology, Graphs(Charts), Atlantic  Ocean,
Phosphorus, Nitrogen, Study estimates, Comparison,
Concentration(Composition), Point sources, Nonpoint
sources, Upstream, "Northeast RegionfUnited States),
Eastern Region(United States),  Near  Coastal Waters
and National Estuary Program.
PB93-138147/REB               PC A04/MF A01
Environmental Protection Agency, Research Triangle
Park, NC. Office of Air Quality Planning and Standards.
OAQS Control Cost Manual (Fourth Edition), Sup.
plement 2. Final rept.
Radian Corp., Research Triangle Park, NC.
W. Barbour, R. Oommen, G. Shareef, and W. Vatavuk.
Oct 92,69p* EPA/450/3-90/006B
Contract EPA-68-D1-0117
See also PB92-137181 and PB90-169954. Sponsored
by Environmental Protection Agency, Research Trian-
gle Park, NC. Office of Air Qualify Planning and Stand-
ards.

This is the second supplement to the OAQPS Control
Cost Manual (Fourth Edition). The supplement con-
sists of  a new Manual chapter,  Chapter 9 ('Gas Ab-
sorbers'). Like the other chapters in the Manual, Chap-
ter 9 is self-contained. It discusses: (1) the types and
applications of packed column gas absorbers used In
air pollution control; (2) the theory underlying their op-
eration and design; (3) basic sizing procedures; and (4)
current data and procedures for estimating study-level
(+ or - 30%-accurate) capital and annual costs. In par-
ticular, the chapter contains 1991 column and packing
costs, which are correlated with appropriate sizing pa-
rameters (e.g., column height and diameter). Finally,
Chapter 9 includes: a comprehensive example prob-
lem that illustrates the sizing and costing procedures;
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                                                 EPA PUBLICATIONS BIBLIOGRAPHY
three appendices; a table of contents; and a list of ref-
erences.

Keywords: *US EPA,  "Cost analysis, *Air pollution
control   equipment,   "Air   pollution   economics,
'Absorbers(Equipment), Operating costs, Capitalized
costs, Absorbers(Materials),  Design criteria, Perform-
ance evaluation, Operation and maintenance, Column
packings, Reprints, Office of Air Quality Planning and
Standards.
PB93-138154/REB                PC A07/MF A02
Environmental Protection Agency, Research Triangle
Park, NC. Office of Air Quality Planning and Standards.
Alr/Superfund National Technical Guidance Study
Series: Applicability  of Open Path Monitors lor
Superfund. Final rept.
Radian Corp., Austin, TX.
J. Draves. May 92,136p EPA/451 /R-92/001
See also PB89-180061, PB89-180053, PB90-113382
and PB90-113374. Sponsored by Environmental Pro-
tection Agency, Research Triangle Park, NC. Office of
Air Quality Planning and Standards.

The document provides guidance on the applicability
of Open Path Monitors (OPMs) for ambient air monitor-
ing at  Superfund  sites. The relatively limited use of
these devices for ambient air  monitoring has led to
many questions concerning their applicability, reliabil-
ity, and sensitivity for these applications. Information is
provided as to the general capabilities of OPMs. The
compounds that each method is capable of detecting
are tabulated. The detection limits of each type of in-
strument are discussed and compared to the detection
limits achievable using conventional techniques such
as EPA Method TO-14 as well as to short-term and
long-term health-based action levels. The data turna-
round  time  and the ability to resolve temporal vari-
ations In emissions are also discussed.

Keywords:  'Superfund, 'Remedial action, 'Path of
pollutants, 'Air pollution monitors, 'Hazardous materi-
als, Guidelines, Performance evaluation, Environmen-
tal      monitoring,       Spectrum      analysis,
ConcentratlonJCompositlon),   Information  transfer,
Forecasting, Remote  sensing,  'Open Path Monitors,
Cleanup operations.


PB93-138451/REB               PC A07/MF A02
Illinois Water Quality Management Plan.
Illinois State Environmental Protection Agency, Spring-
field. Dlv. of Water Pollution Control.
Dec 92,139p IEPA/WPC/92-220
Prepared in cooperation with Greater Egypt Regional
Planning and Development Commission, Carbondale,
IL, Northeastern Illinois Planning Commission, Chica-
go, and Southwestern Illinois  Metropolitan and Re-
gional Planning Commission, Collinsville.

The report describes the purpose of the plan to con-
 solidate and streamline portions of approved state and
 areawide water quality management (WQM) plans in
 order to facilitate their usage in the operations of all
 designated WQM agencies. The report identifies both
 point and nonpoint pollution sources, reviews policies
 and regulations already In  place and makes recom-
 mendations for pollution prevention and control. Infor-
 mation on the plan's management structure is also in-
 cluded.

 Keywords:  'Water  pollution sources,  "Water quality
 management, Regulations, State government, Water
 pollution control, Pollutants,  Water pollution  abate-
 ment, Water policy. Water quality standards, Surface
 waters, Ground water, 'Illinois, Point sources, Non-
 point sources.


 PB93-13886S/REB              PC A06/MF A02
 Environmental Protection Agency, Research Triangle
 Park, NC. Air and Energy EngineeringResearch Lab.
 Evaluation  of Nitrogen  Oxide  Emissions  Data
 from  TV A Coal-Fired Boilers. Rnal rept Jun 91-Jul
 92.
 Radian Corp., Research Triangle Park, NC.
 S. Stamey-Hall. Dec 92,124p DCN-92-239-022-02-06,
 EPA/600/R-92/242
 Contract EPA-68-D1 -0013
 Sponsored by Environmental Protection Agency, Re-
 search Triangle Park, NC, Air and Energy Engineering
 Research Lab.

 The report gives  results of a study during which nitro-
 gen oxide (NOx)  emission rates from 30 boilers at 11
TVA coal-fired plants were calculated and compared
with the calculated rate for each boiler type using EPA
emission factors (AP-42). Current AP-42 emission fac-
tors for NOx from utility coal-fired boilers do not  ac-
count for variations in either emissions as a function of
generating unit load, or designs of boilers of the same
general type, particularly wall-fired boilers. TVA recent-
ly compiled short-term NOx emissions  data from 30
units at 11 TVA coal-fired plants. Analysis of  these
data indicates that: (1) to varying degrees, NOx emis-
sions increase with increasing load for  all but single-
and opposed-wall-fired boilers; (2) using the current
AP-42 quality rating scheme for each of the six boiler
types, factoring in the TVA and recent literature data
results in improved quality ratings for all  NOx emission
factors; and (3) there was no evident relationship be-
tween NOx emissions and fuel nitrogen content or fuel
ratio (fixed carbon to volatile matter).


Keywords: "Nitrogen oxides, 'Air pollution sampling,
'Emission factors, 'Boilers, Study estimates, Combus-
tion products,  Alabama,   Kentucky,   Tennessee,
Tables(Data),  Coal,  Burners, Cyclone combustors,
Concentration(Composition),  US Tennessee Valley
Authority.
 PB93-139350/REB               PC A10/MF A03
 RCRA Ground-Water Monitoring: Draft Technical
 Guidance.
 Environmental Protection Agency,  Washington,  DC.
 Office of Solid Waste.
 Nov 92,211 p EPA/530/R-93/001
 See also PB91-140186.

 The manual was prepared to provide guidance for im-
 plementing  the ground-water monitoring regulations
 for regulated units contained In 40 CFR Part 264 Sub-
 part F and the permitting standards of 40 CFR  Part
 270. The  manual also provides guidance to owners
 and operators of treatment, storage, and disposal fa-
 cilities (TSDFs) that are required to comply with the re-
 quirements of 40 CFR Part 264 Subparts J (Tank Sys-
 tems), K (Surface Impoundments), L (Waste Piles),  N
 (Landfills), and X  (Miscellaneous Units). This docu-
 ment updates technical information contained In other
 sources of U.S. EPA guidance, such as chapter eleven
 of  SW-846 (Revision 0, September 1986) and the
 Technical Enforcement Guidance Document (TEGD).

 Keywords: 'Water pollution sampling, 'Waste  man-
 agement,  'Hazardous  materials,   'Ground water,
 Manuals,  Pollution regulations,  Performance stand-
 ards, Permits, Guidelines, Law  enforcement, Waste
 disposal, Waste treatment, Waste storage, 'Resource
 Conservation and Recovery Act.
 PB93-139681/REB               PC A07/MF A02
 Environmental Protection Agency, Cincinnati, OH. Risk
 Reduction Engineering Lab.
 Ufe-Cycle Assessment: Inventory Guidelines and
 Principles. Final rept.
 Battelle Columbus Labs., OH.
 B. W. Vigon, D. A. Tolle, B. W. Cornaby, C. L. Harrison,
 and T. L Boguski. Jan 93,127p EPA/600/R-92/245
 Contract EPA-68-CO-0003
 Prepared in cooperation with Franklin Associates Ltd.,
 Prairie Village, KS. Sponsored by Environmental Pro-
 tection Agency, Cincinnati, OH. Risk Reduction Engi-
 neering Lab.

 The document describes the three components of a
 life-cycle assessment (Inventory analysis, impact anal-
 ysis, and  improvement analysis) as well as scoping ac-
 tivities, presents a brief overview of the development
 of the  life-cycle assessment process, and develops
 guidelines and principles for implementation of a prod-
 uct life-cycle assessment. The major stages in a life
 cycle  are raw materials  acquisition, manufacturing
 consumer  use/reuse/maintenance,  and  recycle/
 waste management. The basic steps of performing a
 life-cycle inventory (defining the  goals  and system
 boundaries, Including scoping; gathering and develop-
 ing data;  presenting and reviewing data; and interpret-
 ing and communicating results) are presented along
 with the general issues to be addressed. The system
 boundaries, assumptions,  and conventions to be ad-
 dressed in each stage of the inventory are  presented.

 Keywords: Life cycles, Commodities, Inventories, Raw
 materials, Acquisition, Manufacturing, Waste manage-
 ment, Environmental Impact, 'Life-cycle assessment.
PB93-141026/REB               PC A04/MF A01
Environmental Protection Agency, Cincinnati, OH. Risk
Reduction Engineering Lab.
On-Slte Waste Ink Recycling: Technology Evalua-
tion Report.
Battelle, Columbus, OH.
A. R. Gavaskar, R. F. Olfenbuttel, and J. A. Jones. Jan
93,60p EPA/600/R-92/251
Contract EPA-68-CO-0003
Sponsored by Environmental Protection Agency, Cin-
cinnati, OH. Risk Reduction Engineering Lab.

Recycling ink has good potential as a way to reduce
waste and promote long-term cost savings. The eval-
uation summarized here addresses the product quality,
waste reduction,  and  economic issues involved in re-
cycling printing ink in a facility such as The Hartford
Courant newspaper in Hartford, CT. The specific unit
evaluated is based on the technology of distillation and
filtration. Selected performance tests on the waste, re-
cycled, and virgin inks determined product quality. The
recycling unit achieved a good product quality of recy-
cled ink, and the recycled ink fared well in such labora-
tory tests as viscosity, grind, residue,  tack,  tinting
strength, water content, and water pickup. Qualified
professionals, in  comparisons with newspapers print-
ed  with  virgin ink, favorably  reviewed  newspapers
printed with recycled ink. Ink and solvent that  would
have gone to waste were recovered and reused. The
resulting cost saving  gave a payback period of about
10 years.

Keywords:  'Waste recycling, 'Pollution  abatement,
'Printing inks,  Performance  evaluation, Newsprint,
Economic analysis, Reviews,  Environmental protec-
tion, Distillation, Filtration, Product development. Qual-
ity  assurance,   'Waste  minimization, Newspapers,
Hartford(Connecticut),


PB93-141034/REB               PCA17/MFA03
Environmental Protection Agency, Cincinnati, OH. Risk
Reduction Engineering Lab.
Pilot-Scale  Incineration of Contaminated Sludges
from the Bofors-Nobel Superfund Site.
Acurex Environmental Corp., Jefferson, AR.
C. King, and L R. Waterland. Jan 93,378p EPA/600/
R-92/240
Contract EPA-68-C9-0038
Sponsored by Environmental Protection Agency, Cin-
cinnati, OH. Risk Reduction Engineering Lab.

A detailed test  program  was performed at the U.S.
EPA Incineration Research  Facility to help determine
the effectiveness of  Incineration in treating two con-
taminated lagoon sludges from the Bofors-Nobel Su-
perfund  Site in  Muskegon, Ml.  The sludges  tested
were contaminated with various organic contaminants
and trace metals. Three  incineration tests were con-
ducted for each sludge, for a total of six tests, in the fa-
cility's rotary kiln incineration system. Test results sug-
gested that incineration under the conditions  tested
 represented an  effective treatment option for both
 sludges. Particulate  emissions  at the scrubber exit
were high during incineration of one of the sludges
while cadmium  and  lead collection efficiencies were
 low. This suggested the wet scrubber system may not
 be an appropriate choice for air pollution control.

 Keywords:  'Sludge,  'Incinerators,  'Pilot   plants,
 Sludge digestion,  'Waste treatment, Contamination,
 Hazardous materials, Kilns, Air pollution control equip-
 ment, Scrubbers, Combustion efficiency, Sites,  Reme-
 dial action, 'Incineration Research Facility, 'Super-
 fund, Muskegon(Michlgan).


 PB93-141042/REB                PC A04/MF A01
 Formation and Control of Combustion Pollutants
 from Gasoline-Fueled Spark-Ignition Motor Vehi-
 cle Engines. (Revised November 1992). Technical

 Environmental Protection Agency, Ann Arbor, Ml. Cer-
 tification Div.
 J. W. Bozek. Nov 92,59p EPA/AA/CA/CPSB-90/01

 The purpose of the report is to provide simple explana-
 tions regarding  the formation and control of combus-
 tion  pollutants  from  gasoline-fueled  spark-ignition
 motor vehicle engines. Formation phenomena are ex-
 plained on the basis of well-known cause and effect
 relationships. Pollution  control  techniques are  ex-
 plained on the basis of the operating characteristics of
 systems which are already In widespread use. Two ap-


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pendices are included which present additional infor-
mation.

Keywords: *Spark ignition engines, "Combustion prod-
ucts, 'Air pollution  abatement, Automobiles, Internal
combustion engines, Gasoline, Combustion kinetics,
Exhaust gases, Exhaust systems, Combustion control,
Hydrocarbons, Catalytic converters, Figures.
PB93-141059/REB               PC A03/MF A01
Evaluation of an Emltec Resistively Heated Metal
Monolith Catalytic Converter on Two M100 Neat
Methanol-Fueled Vehicles. Technical rept.
Environmental Protection  Agency,  Ann  Arbor,  Ml.
Office of Mobile Sources.
G. K. Piotrowski, and R. M. Schaefer. Dec 92,31 p
EPA/AA/CTAB-92/04

The report describes the evaluation of a resistively
heated catalyst system  on two different  methanol-
fueled vehicles.  The EMITEC catalyst consisted of a
compact resistively heated metal monolith in front of a
larger conventional main converter. The EMITEC cata-
lyst was evaluated on two neat methanol-fueled vehi-
cles, a 1981 Volkswagen Rabbit and a 1988 Toyota
Corolla. Emission testingwas conducted over the Fed-
eral Test  Procedure  (FTP) CVS-75 test  cycle. The
emissions of primary interest were cold start methanol
(unburned fuel), carbon monoxide and formaldehyde.

Keywords:   'Catalytic  reactors(Exhaust   systems),
•Methanol,  'Motor vehicles,  'Catalytic  converters,
'Air pollution control equipment, Alcohol fuels, Federal
Test Procedures, Performance evaluation, Air pollution
sampling,  Exhaust  emissions,  Carbon  monoxide,
Formaldehyde, Heating,  'EMITEC catalysts, Electri-
cally heated catalytic converters.
PB93-1410S7/REB               PC A11/MF A03
Corvallis Environmental Research Lab., OR.
Quality Assurance Project Plan: 1991 EMAP Wet-
land* Southeastern Pilot Study.
Louisiana State Univ., Baton Rouge. Dept. of Ocean-
ography and Coastal Sciences.
E. M. Swenson, J. M. Lee, and R. E. Turner. Dec 92,
235p EPA/620/R-92/002
See also PB92-122761. Sponsored by Corvallis Envi-
ronmental Research Lab., OR.

The goal of the Environmental Monitoring and Assess-
ment  Program • Wetlands (EMAP-WetFands)  South-
eastern Pilot Study is to develop field indicators of salt
marsh condition. These indicators are of four general
types:  (1) vegetation;  (2) hydrology; (3) soil param-
eters; and (4)  soil constituents.  Field measurements
and samples will  be  collected during  late  summer/
early fall in 1991 and will be analyzed to identify which
indicators and measurements  best delineate salt
marsh in 'good' condition from that in 'impaired' condi-
tion. Thus the project will involve field work, laboratory
analysis, and data analysts.  Results from this project
will be used to establish criteria and parameters for
long-term monitoring and assessment of salt marshes.
particularly those parameters that may serve  as indica-
tors of healthy salt marsh and deteriorated salt marsh.
Since EMAP-Wetlands-Southeastern is a pilot study,
the measurement criteria will be evaluated as one of
the project goals. Of  concern will be  how well the
standardized sampling methods performed  in actual
field conditions, and which of these methods can be
used to assess and characterize salt marshes.

Keywords: 'Wetlands, 'Salt marshes, 'Quality assur-
ance,  'Water  quality, 'Water pollution  abatement.
Field tests, Environmental Impact assessments, Lou-
isiana, Hydrology, Soil analysis, Vegetation, Data anal-
ysis. Sampling, 'Environmental Monitoring and As-
sessment Program.
 PB93-141083/REB               PC A03/MF A01
 Municipal  Water  Pollution Prevention  Bibliogra-
 phy:  1992, the Year of Clean Water. Celebration
 and Commitment
 Environmental Protection Agency,  Washington,  DC.
 Office of the Assistant Administrator for Water.
 Apr 92,25p EPA/832/B-92/001

 The document has been designed for the use of pub-
 licly-owned treatment works (POTW) operators  and
 dischargers to POTW's. It provides a listing of the most
 current literature available on pollution prevention as It
 relates to municipal wastewater. A telephone number
 is provided at the  end  of each citation to assist the
reader in acquiring further information on each source
or a copy of the source.

Keywords: 'Bibliographies,  'Water pollution abate-
ment, Water pollution sources, 'Water pollution con-
trol,  'Municipalities,  Local government, Water treat-
ment, Water  quality management,  'Publicly owned
treatment works.
PB93-141109/REB               PC A02/MF A01
Small Systems  Meet  Superfund Challenge with
Polnt-of-Entry Treatment Units.
Environmental Protection Agency, Cincinnati, OH. Risk
Reduction Engineering Lab.
J. A. Goodrich, T. Stevens, and C. Walsh. Dec 91, 9p
EPA/600/A-92/285
Proceedings of the Hazardous Materials Control/Su-
periund Conference, Washington, DC., December 3-5,
1991. See also PB89-195010. Prepared in cooperation
with NSF International,  Ann Arbor, Ml., and PSARA
Technologies, Inc., Cincinnati, OH.

Several  small  systems and  individual homeowners
have been faced  with the task of treating their ground-
water that has been contaminated with various organic
contaminants. Contamination is such that  the loca-
tions described in this presentation have been desig-
nated Federal Superfund sites undergoing emergency
or remedial  actions. These sites have  utilized pomt-of-
entry water treatment devices to treat their groundwat-
er. The devices used include: single and dual granular
activated carbon  (GAC) columns; air stripping in series
with GAC; and ozone/UV followed by GAC. Cost (cap-
ital  and operating) contaminant removal performance,
GAC breakthrough and  disinfection byproduct forma-
tion will  be  discussed for  several  Superfund or state
led  cleanup actions.

Keywords:  'Superfund, 'Water treatment,  'Potable
water, 'Waste disposal, 'Hazardous materials, Reme-
dial action,  Ground water, Granular activated carbon
treatment, Strippers, Ozonation, Performance evalua-
tion, Ultraviolet radiation,  Cost analysis,  Disinfection,
Byproducts, Alternatives,  Reprints, 'Small  systems,
'Point of entry treatment, Cleanup operations.
PB93-141117/REB               PC A02/MF A01
Environmental Protection Agency, Research Triangle
Park, NC. Air and Energy Engineering Research Lab.
Advacate-Low-Cost  Process  for  S02  Control.
Rept. for Apr-Sep 92.
Acurex Environmental Corp., Research Triangle Park,
NC.
W. Jozewicz, B. W. Hall, and C. Singer. 1992,8p EPA/
600/A-92/286
Contract EPA-69-DO-0141
Presented at Conference on Environmental Remedi-
ation for Eastern Europe, Budapest, Hungary, October
13-16, 1992. See also PB90-263930,  PB91-226423
and PB92-150622. Sponsored by Environmental Pro-
tection Agency, Research Triangle Park, NC. Air and
Energy Engineering Research Lab.

The paper discusses sorbent chemistry and process
chemistry of the ADVAnced siliCATE(ADVACATE)
process, a simple, low-cost add-on technology for SO2
control, easily retrofitted on existing utility boilers with
minimal disruption. It is considered to be capable of re-
moving  90%  of SO2 at a Ca/S stolchiometry of 1.0
and at less than half the cost of a typical wet scrubber.
The sorbent Is produced by atmospheric (normally 90
C) slurrying of Ca(OH)2 and fly ash, as a source of
silica. Alternate sources of silica (e.g., dlatomaceous
earth,  bentonic  or  montmorlllonlc  clay, sand, and
waste glass) were also found to promote the formation
of high surface area, highly reactive materials. Recycle
and slurry  mixing have been incorporated Into the
process to achieve simultaneous flue gas humldlflca-
tion and enhanced SO2 absorption. The unit operation
of mixing slurry with recycle solids has shown the fea-
sibility of mixer operation with production of solids con-
taining up to 50% moisture. Waste glass-based sill-
catesTiave particular i	
 emissions from waste Incinerators. Potential improve-
 ments over conventional acid-gas controls  are dis-
 cussed.

 Keywords: 'Air pollution control, 'Fly ash, 'Waste utili-
 zation, Performance evaluation, Cost  analysis, Sor-
 bents, Sulfur dioxide. Calcium hydroxides, Calcium sili-
 cates, Slurrying, Boilers, 'ADVACATE process, 'Flue
 gasdesulfurization.
PB93-141125/REB               PC A03/MF A01
Corvallis Environmental Research Lab., OR.
Soil-Mediated Effects of Atmospheric Deposition
on Eastern U.S. Spruce-Fir Forests. Book chapter.
Nevada Univ. System, Reno. Desert Research Inst.
D. W. Johnson, and I. J. Fernandez. 1992,38p EPA/
600/A-92/287
Pub. in Ecology and Decline of Red Spruce in the East-
ern United  States, p235-270 1992.  See also PB93-
141133 and PB85-106730. Prepared in cooperation
with Maine Univ. at Orono. Sponsored by Corvallis En-
vironmental Research Lab., OR.

The coincident observation of 'Waldsterben' in Germa-
ny and red spruce decline In the northeastern U.S. has
naturally led to some speculation that similar mecha-
nisms may be involved. In the German situation, soil-
mediated hypotheses played (and still play) a major
role; namely, soil acidification and aluminum toxicity
and base cation deficiencies. In the red spruce case,
there has been much concern that cation deficiencies
and/or aluminum toxicity may also play a major role.
The purpose of this chapter is to: (1) review some of
the basic properties of soils, nutrition, and nutrient cy-
cling in spruce-fir and fir ecosystems, both in the pol-
luted and in the relatively unpolluted regions of the
U.S. and Canada, and (2) to evaluate several soil acidi-
ty-related hypotheses for red spruce decline.

Keywords: 'Forestry, "Spruces, 'Firs, 'Terrestrial eco-
systems,  'Soil chemistry, Plant ecology, Acidity, Nutri-
ents, Aluminum, Cations, Air pollution effectsplants),
Plant  chemistry,  Reprints, Eastern  Region(United
States).
PB93-141133/REB               PC A03/MF A01
Corvallis Environmental Research Lab., OR.
Characterization of Eastern U.S. Spruce-Fir Soils.
Book chapter.
Maine Univ. at Orono.
I. J. Fernandez. 1992,25p EPA/600/A-92/288
Pub. in Ecology and Decline of Red Spruce in the East-
ern  United States.  p40-63 1992. See also  PB93-
141125. Sponsored by Corvallis Environmental Re-
search Lab., OR.

The spruce-fir forest of the eastern United States en-
compasses a diverse range of edaphic conditions due
to differences in surficial geology, mineralogy, eleva-
tion, and climate. This chapter describes the charac-
teristics of soils supporting eastern spruce-fir ecosys-
tems, including soil properties that are important in un-
derstanding forest function and the consequences of
atmospheric deposition to forested ecosystems. Chap-
ter  1  describes the  silvical characteristics  of the
spruce-fir forest. The Spruce-Fir Research  Coopera-
tive included six Intensive study sites; five were high-
elevation research sites located from western North
Carolina to New Hampshire, with  one low-elevation
site in Maine. Information gained from research  at
these sites, and other relevant research from these re-
 J. S. spruce-fir soils.

 Keywords: 'Spruces, 'Firs, 'Soil chemistry, 'Terrestri-
 al ecosystems, 'Forestry, Cations, Soil properties, Soil
 classification,  Soil fertility,  Plant ecology,  Reprints,
 Eastern Region(United States).


 PB93-141141/REB               PC A02/MF A01
 Corvallis Environmental Research Lab,, OR.
 Influence of Elevated C02 and Temperature on
 Wetland Rice Root Dynamics. Symposium paper.
 ManTech  Environmental Technology, Inc.,  Corvallis,
 OR.
 S. R. Holman, and D. Bachelet. 1992,6p EPA/600/A-
 92/269
 Pub. in Proceedings of International Symposium: Dis-
 turbed  Climate,  Vegetation and  Foods,  Tsukuba,
 Japan, October 13-17, 1992. See also DE86007397.
 Sponsored by Corvallis Environmental Research Lab.,


 The Chinese rice culth/ar Ai-Nam-Tsao was grown to
 maturity In two replicate experiments under three CO2
 treatments or three temperature treatments In growth
 chambers for the purpose of exploring the root growth
 dynamics  of  rice  under  possible future climatic
 changes. Root and shoot growth was significantly en-
 hanced by both elevated C02 treatments. There was
 no difference  between elevated  C02  treatments.
 Roots responded much more to CO2 than did shoots.
 Because rice root biomass is closely coupled to meth-
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ane emissions from rice paddies, information about
root responses will prove useful in modeling potential
future changes in methane emissions under climate
change.

Keywords: 'Rice  plants, *Air pollution effects(Plants),
'Carbon  dioxide,  'Atmospheric  temperature, 'Root
systems,   Wetlands,   Global   warming.  Climatic
changes,  Plant  growth.  Forecasting,   Ecology,
Leaves(Botany).
PB93-141158/REB               PC A02/MF A01
Effects of CO2 and Temperature on Five-Rice Cul-
tlvars. Symposium paper.
Corvallis Environmental Research Lab., OR.
D. Olszyk, C. Wise, and W. M. Werakoon. 1992,6p
EPA/600/A-92/290
Pub. in Proceedings of the International Symposium on
Disturbed Climate, Vegetation and Foods, Tsukuba,
Japan, October 1992. Prepared in cooperation with
Oregon State Univ., Corvallis.

To obtain information for more detailed studies of how
rice responds to climate change, plants of three high
tillering (IR30, IR52,  IR74) and two low tillering cufti-
vars (Azucena and IRAT 104) were grown under con-
trolled environment conditions for 28 days. Across all
rice cultivars, a 300microL/L increase in CO2 simulat-
ed root growth more than shoot  growth, but neither
leaf nor stem  weight and leaf or tiller number was af-
fected by CO2. In contrast, increasing temperature of
6C  for 2B/22C stimulated shoot but inhibited root
growth, resulting in a significant increase (38 to 69%)
in leaf number but a  significant decrease (32 to 48%)
in root/shoot ratio  and  nonsignificant changes  for
other   parameters. Cultivars  responded similarly to
CO2 or temperature; there were no significant CO2 x
cultivar or temperature x cultivar interactions. Howev-
er, rice cultivars responded differently to the same en-
vironment; IRAT 104 plants tended to have lower dry
weights and tiller numbers than the IR cultivars with
Azucena  as intermediate. Azucena had lower root/
shoot ratios than the other cultivars.

Keywords: 'Rice plants, 'Air pollution effects(Plants),
'Atmospheric temperature,  'Carbon  dioxide,  Root
systems,  Climatic changes,  Global  warming,  Plant
growth,  Ecology,  Cultivation,  Statistical  analysis,
Leaves(Botany), Stems(Botany).


PB93-141166/REB               PC A02/MF A01
Corvallis  Environmental Research  Lab., OR.
Organic  Acidity In Maine (USA) Lakes and In
HtfMEX  Lake Sklervatjern (Norway). Symposium
paper.
Illinois Univ. at Urbana-Champalgn.
M. B. David, G. F. Vance, and P. Kortelainen. c1991,
9pEPA/600/A-92/291
Pub. in Proceedings of the International  Nordic Sym-
posium on Humic Substances (3rd), Turku, Finland,
August 21-23,1991, p189-194. Prepared In coopera-
tion with Wyoming Univ., Laramie, and National Board
of Waters and the  Environment, Helsinki (Finland).
Sponsored by Corvallis Environmental Research Lab.,
OR.

Organic  acids,  a component of dissolved  organic
carbon (DOC), can be a major factor in the acidity of
many lakes and streams. In order to evaluate the im-
portance of organic acidity, we fractionated (hydropho-
blc acids and neutrals, hydrophllic acids, bases, and
neutrals)  and isolated hydrophobia  and hydrophllic
acids  from several Maine seepage and drainage lakes,
and from each half of Lake Skjervatjem. For all lakes
where DOC was isolated, hydrophllic acids consistent-
ly had greater exchange acidities  compared to hydro-
phobic acids. Overall, lake DOC cllarge  relationships
and fractions were similar to forest floor DOC leachate
chemistry that was also examined In detail at a site in
Maine. This suggests that the nature of DOC  in the
temperate to boreal ecosystems studied (e.g., high
carboxyllc functional group content) is rather similar re-
gardless  of source (e.g., upland  soil leachates, wet-
rands, or  Sphagnum deposits).

Keywords:  'Acidification, 'Lakes, 'Water pollution.
'Organic acids,  'Water  chemistry. United States,
Maine, Norway, Surface waters, Humus, Soil chemis-
try, Ecosystems, Anions, Reprints, 'Dissolved organic
carbon.
 PB93-141174/REB               PC A02/MF A01
 Corvallis Environmental Research Lab., OR.
Biological Sinks for Nitrogen Additions to a For-
ested Catchment. Symposium paper.
Marine Biological Lab.. Woods Hole, MA. Ecosystems
Center.
K. J. Nadelhoffer, J. D. Aber, M. R. Downs, B. Fry, and
J. M. Melillo. C1992,9p EPA/600/A-92/292
Grant NSF-BSR90-09190
Pub. in Proceedings of the International Symposium of
Experimental Manipulations of Biota and Biogeoche-
mical Cycling in Ecosystems, Copenhagen, Denmark,
May 1992. Prepared in cooperation with New Hamp-
shire  Univ.,  Durham.  Complex Systems Research
Center.  Sponsored by Corvallis Environmental  Re-
search Lab., OR., and National Science Foundation,
Washington, DC.

The goal of our research is to identify and quantify
sinks for experimental Nitrogen  (N) additions to a for-
ested catchment at the  Bear Brooks Watershed in
Maine (BBWM) where background N deposition rates
are low (< 4 kg/ha/yr). Nitrogen applied to the water-
shed in April, June. August and October (16.8 kg/ha)
1991 was labeled with a (15)N tracer that increased
the abundance of (15JN label from about 0.3663 atm
% to 0.4366 atm %. Surface soil was the most impor-
tant sink for the isotopically labelled N additions. We
estimate using (15)N mass balancing that about 3/4 of
the 16.8 kg N added during the 1991 growing season
was retained In catchment soil and aboveground vege-
tation with soils being the dominant sink.

Keywords:  'Watersheds,  •Nitrogen, 'Biological  ef-
fects, 'Water pollution effects, 'Soil surveys, Forests,
Bear Brook, Maine, Tracer techniques, Ecosystems,
Plant growth, Trees(Plants), Deposition, Water quality,
Ecosystems.
PB93-141182/REB               PCA01/MFA01
Corvallis Environmental Research Lab., OR.
Mineral Dissolution Rates: A Comparison of Labo-
ratory and Field Studies. Symposium paper.
Wyoming Univ., Laramie.
N. G. Swoboda-Colberg, and J. I. Drever. C1992,5p
EPA/600/A-92/293
Pub. in  Proceedings of the International Symposium
(7th) on Water-Rock Interaction (WRI-7),  Park City,
UT., July 13-19,1992. Sponsored by Corvallis Environ-
mental Research Lab,, OR.

Dissolution rates of the 75-150 micrometer size frac-
tion of soil from the  Bear Brook site in Maine were
measured in flow-through reactors and compared to
rates measured in small-plot field experiments at the
Bear Brook site. The use of small plots and 'untreated'
minerals from the same  location eliminated many of
the uncertainties previously encountered In field-labo-
ratory comparisons. Field dissolution rates, normalized
on the basis of geometrical mineral surface area, were
smaller than laboratory rates by a factor of about 150.
This discrepancy might be due to the fact that the dis-
solution rate is not proportional to the geometrical sur-
face area over the whole range of grain sizes. Other
explanations are imperfect contact between soil min-
erals and percolating solution, or inhibitory effects of
high dissolved aluminum concentrations.

Keywords:  'Minerals, 'Dissolving,  'Water pollution,
'Soil surveys, 'Bear Brook, Comparison, Experimental
design,  Field tests,  Water chemistry,  Acidification,
Weathering. Kinetics. Maine.
PB93-141190/REB                PC A03/MF A01
Health  Effects Research  Lab.,  Research Triangle
Park, NC.
Quantification of Nltro- and  Hydroxylated Nltro-
Aromatlc/Polycycllc  Aromatic  Hydrocarbons  In
Selected  Ambient  Air  Daytime Winter Samples.
Journal article.
Battelle, Columbus, OH.
M. G. Nishioka. C1992,11 p EPA/600/ J-92/420
Pub. in Atmospheric Environment, v26A nil p2077-
2087 May 92. Sponsored by Health Effects Research
Lab., Research Triangle Park, NC.

Two ambient air samples, both collected In a northern
latitude city during winter daytimes, are compared here
with regard to N02-AR/PAH levels and OH-NO2-AR
levels from filter and XAD-2 extracts. Detection of a
previously unreported environmental constituent, ten-
tatively identified as a NO2-azulene Isomer, Is dis-
cussed. The levels of the OH-NO2-AR were, in gener-
al,  at least 4 times higher than levels of the corre-
sponding N02-AR. As with NO2-AR/PAH. OH-NO2-
AR appear to  be both primary source emissions and
secondary photochemical products. The filter-collect-
ed para-substituted  OH-NO2-AR  in  these  samples
appear to be the source emissions, while the XAD-col-
lected ortho- and para-substituted OH-NO2-AR may
be products of photochemical reactions. Other pollut-
ant and  meterotogical data, including  NO, NO2,
MONO, sunlight intensity and fine-particle Pb and K
concentrations, are also used to discuss  differences
between these samples. (Copyright (c) 1992 Perga-
mon Press Ltd.)

Keywords: 'Air  pollution sampling,  'Aromatic com-
pounds, 'Aromatic polycyclic hydrocarbons, "Nitrogen
organic compounds, Photochemical reactions. Mete-
orological data, Urban areas, Hydroxyl radicals, Nitro-
gen  oxides, Solar  radiation,  Chemical reactions.
Winter, Day, Reprints.


PB93-141208/REB               PC A03/MF A01
Health Effects  Research Lab., Research  Triangle
Park. NC.
Generation  of  Mutagenlc  Transformation Prod-
ucts during the Irradiation of Simulated Urban At-
mospheres. Journal article.
NSI Technology  Services Corp., Research  Triangle
Park, NC.
T. E. Kleindienst, D. F. Smith, E. E. Hudgens, L. D.
Claxton, and J. J. Bufalinl. c1992,12p EPA/600/J-92/
421
Pub. in Environmental Sciences and Technology, v26
n2 p320-329 May 92. See also  PB90-259870, PB89-
207161 and PB87-199675. Sponsored by Health Ef-
fects Research Lab., Research Triangle Park, NC.

Mixtures  of air pollutants simulating urban atmos-
pheres were irradiated In a smog chamber, and the re-
sultant products were monitored for the production of
mutagenic and other hazardous compounds. The pro-
duction of biologically active compounds was detected
through use of the Ames mutagenicity assay with Sal-
monella typhimurium, strain TA100. Irradiations of the
pollutant mixture were conducted at HC/NOx ratios of
20 and 11. Overall, the mutagenicity of the  products
and the formation of oxygenated primary and second-
ary reactions products were greater for the simulations
with the higher initial HC/NOx value. The origin of the
mutagenicity from the reactant mixture was examined
by conducting experiments with individual parafflnic,
olefinic, and aromatic  hydrocarbons. The chemicals
examined during this aspect of the study were the par-
affin n-butane, the olefin propylene. and the aromatic
toluene. For the conditions studied, the activity of the
toluene products was  generally greater than that of
propylene or n-butane, and the propylene  products
showed greater activity than did the n-butane prod-
ucts. The production of n-butane products was gener-
ally limited by its low rate of reaction with hydroxyl radi-
cals. Photooxidation products from secondary reac-
tions were most important in the toluene  and propyl-
ene systems. (Copyright (c) 1992 American Chemical
Society.)

Keywords: 'Air pollution sampling, 'Mutagens, 'Pho-
tochemical reactions,  'Urban areas, 'Biological ef-
fects, Smog, Test chambers, Irradiation, Urban areas,
Biological effects, Volatile organic compounds, Bloas-
say, Mutagen screening, Nitrogen oxides. Microorga-
nisms, Hydrocarbons, Reprints. Chemical  reaction
mechanisms.
PB93-141216/REB               PC A02/MF A01
V(D)J  Recomblnase-Medlated  Deletion  of  the
•hprt' Gene In T-Lymphocytes from Adult Humans.
Journal article.
Health Effects  Research  Lab.,  Research Triangle
Park, NC.
J. C. Fuscoe, L J. Zimmerman, K. Harrington-Brock, L.
Burnette, and M. M. Moore. C1992,10p EPA/600/J-
92/422
Pub. in Mutation Research, v283 n1  p13-20 Sep 92.
Prepared  in cooperation with Environmental Health
Research and Testing, Inc., Research Triangle Park,
NC., and Vermont Univ., Burlington. Genetics Lab.

The hprt T-cell  cloning assay allows  the detection of
mutations occurring in vivo in the hypoxanthlne  gua-
nine phosphoribosyltransferase (hprt) gene of T-Iym-
phocytes. In the report, we examined a collection of
314 hprt-deflcient clones derived from  adult  humans
for evidence that the mutations were caused by the il-
legitimate activity of V(D)J recombinase by analyzing
exons 2+3 deletion mutations. DNA sequence analy-
sis of deletion breakpoint junctions showed that eight
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of the mutations were the result of V(D)J recombinase
activity. The frequency of the recombinase-mediated
mutations was similar in the adults and newborns (2-4
x 10 to the power of -7). Unregulated expression of
V(D)J recombinase activity may be an important mech-
anism for genomic rearrangements in the genesis of
Keywords: 'Hypoxanthine phosphoribosyltransferase,
*T-lymphocyte gene rearrangement,  *Mutagenesis,
'Chromosome deletion, Base sequence, DMA muta-
tional analysis, Mutations, Gene expression, Exons,
Lymphocytes, Polymerase chain reaction, Southern
blotting,  Adults,  Clone  cells,  Newborns, Reprints,
*V(D)J recombinase.
PB93-141224/REB               PC A02/MF A01
Large Deletion* are Tolerated at the 'hprt Locus
of In vivo Derived Human T-Lymphocytes. Journal
article.
Health Effects  Research  Lab., Research Triangle
Park, NC. Genetic Toxicology Div.
J. C. Fuscoe, L. J. Zimmerman, K. Harrington-Brock,
and M. M. Moore. C1992,10p EPA/600/3-92/423
Pub. In Mutation Research, v283 n4 p255-262 Dec 92.
Prepared in cooperation with Environmental  Health
Research and Testing, Inc., Research Triangle Park,
NC.

A cloning  assay was used to recover hypoxanthine
phosphoribosyltransferase (hprt) T-lymphocytes from
adult human males. Analysis of crude cellular extracts
by polymerase chain reactions (PCRs) demonstrated
that 8% (18/218) of the hprt mutations were due to
total deletion of the hprt gene. Fourteen of the 18 mu-
tants were examined by PCR for the presence of flank-
ing DNA to determine the extent of the deletions. The
largest deletions were greater  than 15 times the size of
the hprt gene.

Keywords:  * Mutagenesis, * Hypoxanthine phosphori-
bosyltransferase, 'T-lymphocyte gene rearrangement,
•Chromosome deletion, Polymerase chain reaction,
DNA mutational  analysis, Mutations, Cultured cells,
Clone cells, T-lymphocytes, Reprints.
PB93-141232/REB               PC A02/MF A01
Attenuation of Alcohol  Consumption  by MDMA
(Ecstasy) In Two  Strains of  Alcohol-Preferring
Rats. Journal article.
Environmental Protection Agency, Research Triangle
Park, NC. Neurotoxicology Dw.
A. H. Rezvani, P. L. Garges, D. B. Miller, and C. J.
Gordon. C1992,10p EPA/600/J-92/424
Pub. in Pharmacology Biochemistry and Behavior, v43
m P103-110 Sep 92. Prepared  in cooperation with
North Carolina Univ. at Chapel Hill.

Alcohol preference and manifestation of alcoholism
are thought by many to be associated with serotonin
(5-HT)  dysfunction in the brain. Thus, experiments
were performed to determine the effect of acute and
sub-chronic administration (s.c.) of + or - 3,4-methy-
lenedioxymethamphetamlne  (MDMA), an ampheta-
mine analog which stimulates 5-HT release, on alcohol
preference in two strains of alcohol preferring rats, the
Fawn-Hooded (FH) and alcohol preferring (P) rats. Our
results show that a single administration of 5.0 mg/kg
MDMA significantly decreased  ethanol intake in both
FH and P rats and increased water intake. Sub-chronic
administration of 5.0 mg/kg MDMA for three consecu-
tive days significantly attenuated alcohol intake In both
strains.

Keywords: 'Alcohol drinking, 'Amphetamines, 'Sero-
tonin, Rats,  Water consumption. Body temperature,
Drinking behavior, Alcoholism,  Reprints, 'Methylene-
dioxymethamphetamine.
PB93-141240/REB               PC A03/MF A01
Subacute  Ethanol  Consumption   Reverses  p-
Xylene-lnduced Decrease* In  Axonal Transport.
Journal article.
Environmental Protection Agency, Research Triangle
Park, NC. Neurotoxicology Div.
S. Padilla, D. L Lyeriy, and C. N. Pope. c1992,11 p
EPA/600/J-92/425
Pub. in Toxicology, v75 n2 p159-167 Nov 92. Prepared
in cooperation with Burroughs Wellcome Co., Re-
search Triangle Park, NC., and Northeast Louisiana
Univ., Monroe. Toxicology Program.
Organic solvents, as a class, have been implicated as
neurotoxic agents in humans and laboratory animals.
The study was designed to assess the interaction be-
tween subacute ingestion of moderate levels of etha-
nol and the p-xylene-induced decreases in protein and
glycoprotein synthesis and axonal transport in the rat
optic system. The results indicated that animals main-
tained on 10% ethanol as a drinking liquid show less p-
xylene-induced neurotoxicity than animals receiving no
ethanol supplement.

Keywords:  'Toxicology,  'Xylenes,  'Ethyl  alcohol,
*Axons, 'Nervous system, Rats, Neurons, Protein syn-
thesis, Environmental exposure, Reprints,  'Axonal
transport.
PB93-141257/REB               PC A02/MF A01
Health Effects Research  Lab.,  Research Triangle
Park, NC. Genetic Toxicology Div.
Synergistic and Antagonistic Effects on Qenotoxl-
cfty of Chemicals Commonly Found In Hazardous
Waste Sites. Journal article Aug 87-Jun 91.
Western Illinois Univ., Macomb. Dept. of Biological Sci-
ences.
T. H. Ma, S. S. Sandhu, Y. Peng, T. D. Chen, and T. W.
Kim. C1992,9p EPA/600/J-92/426
Contract EPA-7D4127NAEX
Pub. in Mutation Research, v270 n1 p71-77 Nov 92.
Sponsored by  Health Effects  Research  Lab., Re-
search Triangle Park, NC. Genetic Toxicology Div.

Synergistic and antagonistic effects on genotoxicity of
mixtures  of four chemicals; i.e., lead  tetraacetate
(LTA), arsenic trioxide (ATO), dieldrin  (DED), and te-
trachloroethylene (TCE),  were  evaluated  by  the
Tradescantia-micronucleus (Trad-MCN)  assay. The
chemicals were mixed in ratios of 1:1,1:2 and 2:1 for
mixtures of two  chemicals and 1:1:1  each for three
chemicals. The  concentration  of stock solution  of
these chemicals was around the minimum effective
dose (MED) or below'the MED for these chemicals as
reported by Sandhu et al. (1989). Treatments were ap-
plied to plant  cuttings by  hydroponic uptake of the
mixed solutions through the stems of the plant for 30 h
followed by fixation of the flower buds in aceto-alcohol
(1:3 ratio) without a recovery period. Microslides were
prepared for scoring MCN frequencies. Results of two
series of repeated experiments indicated that all mix-
tures of LTA/ATO exhibited antagonistic effects. On
the other hand, all mixtures of TCE and DED exhibited
synergistic effect. These data indicate that for evaluat-
ing  biological hazards at chemical waste sites, it is pru-
dent to evaluate the genotoxicity of complex chemical
mixtures as these exist in nature because the biologi-
cal  effects based on evaluating  individual  chemicals
may not be true predictors of the interactive effects of
the pollutants. (Copyright (c) 1992 Elsevier Science
Publishers B.V.)

Keywords: 'Mutagens, 'Soil contamination, 'Hazard-
ous waste sites, Tables(Data), Dose-response rela-
tionships, Micronucleus tests, Arsenic oxides, Dieldrin,
Tetracnloroethylene,  Chemical reactions,  Reprints,
Tradescantia, Lead tetraacetate.
PB93-141265/REB               PC A02/MF A01
Paraoxon Toxlclty Is Not Potentiated by Prior Re-
duction In Blood Acetylchollnesterase. Journal ar-
ticle.
Environmental Protection Agency, Research Triangle
Park, NC. Neurotoxicology Div.
S. Padilla, V. C. Moser, C N. Pope, and W. S. Brimijoin.
C1992,8p EPA/600/J-92/427
Pub. in Toxicology and Applied Pharmacology, v117
p110-115 Nov 92. Prepared in cooperation with Man-
Tech Environmental Technology, Inc., Research Trian-
gle  Park,  NC., Northeast Louisiana Univ.,  Monroe.
Toxicology Program, and Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MN.
Dept. of Pharmacology.

The role of blood acetylcholinesterase In moderating
the effects of organophosphate challenge in rats were
tested. Adult  male rats (n=42) were  injected  (i.v.)
either with monoclonal antibodies (MAb) to rat acetyl-
cholinesterase (EC 3.1.1.7; AChE) or normal  mouse
IgG (controls). Two days later, the rats  were injected
(s.c.) with a mild dosage of paraoxon (0.17 mg/kg), a
moderate dosage (0.34 mg/kg) or with vehicle.  MAb
treatment reduced whole blood and plasma AChE ac-
tivity by 32% and 90%, respectively, but did not affect
neuropehavloral parameters or the AChE activity of
brain or diaphragm. The paraoxon challenge produced
dose-related neurobehavioral changes  and Inhibition
of brain and  diaphragm  AChE activity to the same
extent in IgG and MAb treated rats. Thus, significant
loss in  blood AChE  alone  produced no detectable
neurobehavioral deficits and did  not alter the subse-
quent responses to paraoxon challenge.

Keywords: 'Toxicity,  'Paraoxon, 'Cholinesterase in-
hibitors, 'Monoclonal antibodies, 'Organophosphorus
compounds,  Pesticides,  Rats,  Brain,  Blood,  Dia-
phragm, IGG, Reprints.
PB93-141273/REB               PCA03/MFA01
Photo-Oxidation of Automobile Emissions: Meas-
urements of  the  Transformation  Products  and
Their Mutagenlc Activity. Journal article.
Health Effects Research  Lab., Research Triangle
Park, NC.
T. E. Kleindienst, D. F. Smith, E. E. Hudgens, R. F.
Snow, and E. Perry. c1992,15p EPA/600/J-92/428
Pub. In Atmospheric Environment,  v26A n16 p3039-
3053 Nov 92. See also PB91-228759. Prepared in co-
operation with ManTech Environmental  Technology,
Inc., Research Triangle Park, NC., and Environmental
Health Research and Testing, Inc., Research Triangle
Park, NC.

Dilute mixtures of automobile emissions were irradiat-
ed in a smog chamber and tested for mutagenic activi-
ty by using a variant of the Salmonella test. The ex-
haust was taken from single vehicle, a 1977 Ford Mus-
tang,  equipped with a catalytic converter. Irradiated
and nonirradiate gas-phase emissions were  used in
exposures of the  bacteria, Salmonella typhimurium.
The mutagenic activities of extracts from the particu-
late phase were also measured with the standard plate
incorporation assay. (In all experiments only direct-
acting mutagenic compounds  were measured).  The
gas-phase data showed increased activity for the irra-
diated emissions when compared to the nonirradiated
mixture, which exhibited negligible activity with respect
to the control values. The paniculate phase for both
the irradiated and nonirradiated mixtures showed neg-
ligible activity when results  were compared to control
values for both strains. However, the experimental
conditions limited the amount of  extractable mass
which could be collected  in the paniculate phase.
Under the experimental conditions of this study,  the
mutagenic density of the gas-phase component of the
irradiated  mixture  contributed  approximately  two
orders of magnitude more to the total TA100 activity
than did the paniculate phase. For TA98, the gas-
phase  component  contributed  approximately  one
order of magnitude more. The significance and limita-
tions of the results are discussed.

Keywords: 'Exhaust emissions, 'Air pollution sam-
pling,  'Biological effects, 'Photochemical  reactions,
'Oxidation, 'Mutagens, Automobiles,  Smog, Mobile
pollutant   sources,  Mutagen   screening,  Toxicity,
Concentration(Composition), Bacteria, Public health,
Bioassay,  Environmental health, Reprints, Chemical
reaction mechanisms, Salmonella typhimurium.
PB93-141281/REB               PC A03/MF A01
Health Effects  Research  Lab., Research Triangle
Park, NC. Reproductive Toxicology Branch.
Direct Effects of Ethane Dlmefhanesulphonate on
Epldldymal  Function In Adult Rats. An In vitro
Demonstration. Journal article.
ManTech Environmental  Technology, Inc., Research
Triangle Park, NC.
G. L. Klinefelter, N. L. Roberts, and J. D. Suarez.
01992,16p EPA/600/J-92/429
Contract EPA-68-02-4450
Pub. in Jnl. of Andrology, v13 n5 p409-421 Sep/Oct
92. See also PB91-117572,  PB91-144691,  PB91-
191569  and  PB91-207068. Sponsored by Health Ef-
fects Research Lab., Research Triangle Park, NC. Re-
productive Toxicology Branch.

It was recently demonstrated that the Leydig cell toxi-
cant ethane  dimethanesulphonate (EDS) produces
multiple effects on the epididymis after a single in vivo
exposure, To determine whether any of the perturba-
tions were mediated  by  a direct action of the com-
pound, we used a novel  system for the coculture of
epididymal epithelial cells and sperm from the caput
epididymidis. This system maintains the morphologic
integrity and cell polarity of the epididymal epithelial
cells before and during coculture, and the sperm re-
covered after coculture have intact plasma and acro-
somal membranes. In addition, several functions re-
quired for epididymal sperm maturation are expressed,
including the secretion of protein by the epididymal ep-
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ithelium, the association of secreted protein with the
plasma membrane of cocultured sperm, and the acqui-
sition of progressive motility by cocultured sperm. In
vitro exposure of epididymal epithelial cells and sperm
to EDS results in a significant decline in protein secre-
tion by the epithelial cells during coculture, and in par-
ticular, a dose-dependent decline in a 36- to 38-kd pro-
tein (PI 4.0 to 4.5) and a 34- to 36-kd protein (PI 4.5 to
5.0). Moreover, these and other proteins are not recov-
ered from the sperm membrane of cocultured sperm
after EDS treatment. Finally, EDS results in a dose-de-
pendent decline in the percentage of both motile and
progressively motile sperm recovered after coculture
compared with that of sperm from untreated cocul-
tures. (Copyright (c) American Society of Andrology.)

Keywords: 'Toxicity, 'Epididymis, Rats, In vitro analy-
sis, Spermatozoa, Sperm motility, Extracellular matrix,
Epithelium, Cultured cells. Electron microscopy, Mem-
brane proteins, Reprints.


PB93-141299/REB               PC A01/MF A01
Improved Method for Screening cDNA Expression
Libraries for DNA-Blndlng Proteins. Journal article.
Health Effects Research Lab., Cincinnati, OH. Genetic
Toxicology Div.
C8 Jan 92,5p EPA/600/J-92/430
Pub. in Biotechniques, v13 n3 p388-392 Sep 92.

The ability to successfully screen a Iambda-gt11 com-
plementary DNA expression library  for  specific gene
products that can bind to selected sequences of DNA
depends on  radioactive double stranded DNA probes
with high specific activity. The authors  demonstrate
here that probes labeled by the polymerase chain re-
action are superior to probes made by the Klenow re-
action. The use of these PCR-generated probes have
facilitated efforts to isolate recombinant phage-con-
taining, putative DNA binding gene products that rec-
ognized  a 246 base  pair  transcriptional enhancer
region of Rous Sarcoma Virus long terminal repeat.

Keywords:   "DMA-binding proteins, 'Gene  library,
'Gene expression, DNA,  Polymerase chain reaction,
DNA probes, DNA polymerase I, Chickens, Reprints.


PB93-141307/HEB               PC A03/MF A01
Review of the Literature on  Potential Reproduc-
tive and Developmental Toxicity of Electric and
Magnetic Fields.
Health Effects Research Lab.,  Research  Triangle
Park. NC.
N. Cnernoff, J. M. Rogers, and R. Kavet. c1992,38p
EPA/600/J-92/431
Pub. in Toxicology, v74 n2-3 p91-126 Sep 92. Pre-
pared in cooperation  with Electric  Power Research
Inst., Palo Alto, CA. Environment Div.

The potential of electric  and magnetic fields to ad-
versely affect the health of the human population is an
Issue which  continues to receive a great deal of atten-
tion in both public and scientific forums. One of the crit-
ical issues is the  possibility that such fields  may ad-
versely affect the reproductive process. The studies
are ordered  In broad categories based upon both clas-
sification of the species studied (i.e. submammalian,
mammalian  exclusive of  man, and human)  and the
agent used (I.e. extremely low frequency electric, very
low frequency electric, and magnetic fields). From our
review, we conclude that laboratory experimental and
epidemlological results to date have not yielded con-
clusive data to support the contention that such fields
induce adverse reproductive effects under the condi-
tions studied.

Keywords:  'Reproduction(Biology), 'Electric fields,
'Magnetic fields,  Humans,  Exposure,  Fishes, Mam-
mals, Epidemiology, Pregnancy outcome. Occupation-
al exposure. Reprints, 'teratology.


PB93-141315/REB               PC A02/MF A01
Olfactory Evoked Responses to  Odorous Stimuli
of Different Intensities. Journal article.
Health  Effects Research Lab.,  Research  Triangle
Park, NC. Human Studies Div.
J. D. Prah, and V. A. Benlgnus. c1992,33p EPA/600/
J-92/432
Pub. in Chemical Senses, v17 n4 p417-425 Aug 92.
Prepared In cooperation  with  North Carolina Univ. at
Chapel Hill.  Dept. of Psychology.

 In comparison to  other senses, the electrophyslology
of olfaction has been little studied in man and some of
 the basic paradigms used in the study of the other
 senses have not yet been widely applied to its study.
 Basic information such as the effect of stimuli of differ-
 ent intensities on the olfactory evoked potential (OEP)
 has yet to be presented. To this end, 12 subjects re-
 ceived olfactometrically  delivered  odorant pulses of
 toluene at three intensity levels-  1,600, 8,000,  and
 16,000 ppm. Data were obtained from three electrode
 sites, Fz, Cz, and Pz. An AN OVA revealed significant
 stimulus intensity and site effects. There was no differ-
 ence in amplitude at the lowest intensities but there
 was a significant increase in amplitude evoked by the
 16,000 ppm stimulus. The amplitudes recorded from
 Fz differed from those recorded from Pz. No  latency
 differences were  found,  although there was a trend
 toward briefer latency with greater stimulus concentra-
 tion. The OEP responds with increased amplitude to
 increased stimulus intensity as do  evoked responses
 in other sensory modalities. Stimulus control over the
 OEP amplitude can  be obtained by varying the stimu-
 lus  intensity.  These  data are evidence  that  the
 common principles of sensory processing can be ex-
 tended to include the sense of smell.


 Keywords:     'Evoked     potentials,      'Smell,
 *Stimulus(Psychophysiology),     'Electrophysiology,
 Electrodes, Sensory thresholds, Amplitude, Toluene,
 Humans, Reaction time, Reprints.
  PB93-141323/REB               PC A02/MF A01
  Effect of a Base-Catalyzed Dechlorlnatlon Proc-
  ess on  the Genotoxlclty  of PCB-Contamlnated
  Soil. Journal article.
  Environmental Protection Agency, Research Triangle
  Park, NC. Office of Research and Development.
  D. M. DeMarinl, V. S. Houk, A. Kernel, and C. J.
  Rogers. C1992,10p EPA/600/ J-92/433
  Pub. in Chemosphere, v24 n12 p1713-1720 Jun 92.


  We evaluated the  genotoxicity of dichloromethane
  (DCM) extracts of PCB-contaminated soil before and
  after the soil had been treated by a base-catalyzed
  dechlorination process, which involved heating a mix-
  ture of the soil,  polyethylene glycol, and sodium hy-
  droxide to 250-350 C. This dechlorination process re-
  duced by over 99% the PCB concentration In the soil,
  which was initially 2,200 ppm. The DCM extracts of
  both control and treated soils were not mutagenic in
  strain TA100 of Salmonella, but they were mutagenic
  in  strain  TA98.  The base-catalyzed dechlorination
  process reduced the mutagenic potency of the soil by
  approximately one-half. The DCM extracts of the soils
  before and after treatment were equally genotoxic in a
  prophage-induction assay in E.  coli, which detects
  some chlorinated organic carcinogens that were not
  detected by the Salmonella mutagenicity assay. These
  results show that treatment of PCB-contaminated soil
  by this base-catalyzed dechlorination process did not
  increase the genotoxicity of the soil.


  Keywords: *Soil contamination,  ' Polychlorobiphenyl
  compounds,  'Mutagens, Catalysis,  Salmonella, Es-
  cherlchla coli, Polyethylene glycol, Sodium hydroxide,
  Bacteriophages, Reprints, * Dechlorination.
PB93-141331/REB               PC A02/MF A01
Health Effects of Arsenic In Drinking Water Re-
search Needs. Journal article.
Health Effects Research  Lab., Research Triangle
Park,NC.
J. R. Fowls. C1991,10p EPA/600/J-92/434
Pub. in Environmental Geochemistry and Health, v14
n1 p63-68 Mar 92. See also PB92-110360.


Research needed to  resolve  the uncertainties  of
cancer risk from Ingestion of arsenic in drinking water
Is described. The recommendations fall Into two cate-
gories reflecting the  areas of greatest uncertainty re-
garding the assessment of arsenic risk: research on
the mechanism of cancer, and research on the metab-
olism  and detoxification of arsenic.  The recommenda-
tions are discussed in light of risk assessment and risk
management issues, stressing the  need for scientists
to interpret research findings for decision  managers.
(Copyright (c) Science and Technology Letters 1991.)


Keywords:  'Arsenic, 'Potable water, 'Public health,
'Water   pollutants,  Research,  Risk  assessment,
Ingestlon(Biology), Regulations, Reprints.
                                                  PB93-141349/REB               PCA02/MFA01
                                                  Glutamate Neurotoxlclty In  the Developing Rat
                                                  Cochlea Is Antagonized by  Kynurenlc Acid and
                                                  MK-801. Journal article.
                                                  Health  Effects  Research  Lab.,  Research  Triangle
                                                  Park, NC.
                                                  R. Janssen. C1992,8p EPA/600/J-92/024
                                                  Pub. in Brain Research, v590 n1-2 p201-206. 11 Sep
                                                  92. See also PB92-113240 and PB91 -233403.

                                                  Glutamate (Glu) is neurotoxic in the neonatal rat coch-

                                                  to the death of spiral ganglion cells, whereas the re-
                                                  ceptor hair cells are spared. Dendritic processes of the
                                                  spiral ganglion are postsynaptic to the primary afferent
                                                  synapse of the auditory system. The experiments re-
                                                  ported here were designed to test whether this appar-
                                                  ent excitotoxicity can be blocked  by Glu antagonists.
                                                  (Copyright (c) 1992 Elsevier Science Publishers B.V.)

                                                  Keywords:  'Toxicity,  'Cochlea,  'Nervous  system,
                                                  'Glutamates, 'Kynurenic acid,  'Dizocilpine maleate,
                                                  Ganglia, Hair cells, Afferent neurons, Rats,  Newborn
                                                  animals, Neurotoxins, Reprints, 'Glutamate antago-
                                                  nists, 'Ototoxiclty.
                                                  PB93-141356/REB                PC A03/MF A01
                                                  Health Effects  Research  Lab.,  Research Triangle
                                                  Park, NC. Environmental Toxicology Div.
                                                  Dermal Absorption of Chemicals: Effect of Appli-
                                                  cation of Chemicals as a Solid,  Aqueous Paste,
                                                  Suspension, or In Volatile Vehicle. Journal article.
                                                  ManTech Environmental Technology, Inc., Research
                                                  Triangle Park, NC.
                                                  M. F. Hughes, S. P. Shrivastava, M. R. Sumler, B. C.
                                                  Edwards, and J. H. Goodwin. c1992,16p EPA/600/J-
                                                  92/436
                                                  Contract EPA-68-02-4450
                                                  Pub. in Jnl. of Toxicology and Environmental Health,
                                                  v37 n1 p57-71 Aug 92. Sponsored by Health Effects
                                                  Research Lab., Research Triangle Park, NC. Environ-
                                                  mental Toxicology Div.

                                                  The purpose of the study was to investigate the dermal
                                                  absorption of chemicals applied to female F344 rats  in
                                                  different physical forms. These forms included chemi-
                                                  cal as a solid, aqueous paste, suspension or dissolved
                                                  in the volatile vehicle ethanol. The chemicals investi-
                                                  gated were radrolabeled 2-sec-butyl-3,5-dinitrophenol
                                                  (DNBP), 2,4,5-2',4',5'-hexachlorobiphenyl (HCB)  and
                                                  3,4,3',4',-tetrachlorobiphenyl. The chemicals were ap-
                                                  plied on the clipped mid-dorsal region of the rat over a
                                                  2.54 cm2 area and  occluded. Urine and feces were
                                                  collected and assayed for radioactivity. The animals
                                                  were sacrificed 120 hr post-treatment by exsanguina-
                                                  tion. Radioactivity in the blood, skin (treated and un-
                                                  treated) and carcass was assayed. Dermal absorption
                                                  of DNBP-derived radioactivity was approximately 50%
                                                  of  the recovered dose after  application in  the  four
                                                  physical forms and the major route of excretion  was
                                                  via the urine. The data indicate that for each chemical
                                                  studied, dermal absorption occurs equally as well re-
                                                  gardless of physical form.

                                                  Keywords:   'Absorption(Biology),   •Skin(Anatomy),
                                                  'Dmitrophenols,   * Polychlorobiphenyl  compounds,
                                                  Urine,  Feces,   Ethanols,  Rats,   Graphs(Charts),
                                                  Tables(Data), Reprints.
                                                     PB93-141364/REB               PC A03/MF A01
                                                     Analysis of X-ray-Induced HPRT Mutations In CHO
                                                     Cells: Insertion and Deletions. Journal article.
                                                     Health Effects Research  Lab.,  Research Triangle
                                                     Park, NC.
                                                     J. C. Fuscoe, L. J. Zimmerman, A. Fekete, R. W.
                                                     Setzer, and B. J. F. Rossiter. c1992,15p EPA/600/J-
                                                     92/437
                                                     Pub. in Mutation Research, v269 n2 p171-183 Oct 92.
                                                     Prepared in  cooperation with  Environmental Health
                                                     Research and Testing, Inc., Research Triangle Park,
                                                     NC., Semmelweis  Univ. of Medicine, Budapest (Hun-
                                                     gary), and Baylor Coll. of Medicine, Houston, TX.

                                                     Molecular alterations were examined in the hypoxanth-
                                                     ine guanine phosphoribosyltransferase (hprt) gene  of
                                                     41 independent X-ray-induced thtoguanlne-resistant
                                                     (TGR) Chinese hamster ovary  (CHO) cell clones.
                                                     Rapid screening of the clones by multiplex polymerase
                                                     chain reaction (PCR) for the presence or  absence  of
                                                     exons revealed that the bases for the mutant pheno-
                                                     type were total gene deletion (26/41), partial gene de-
                                                     letion (4/41), and an Insertion (1/41). Southern blot
                                                     analysis confirmed the deletion data and revealed an
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additional class of mutants that had a gene disruption
but retained all hprt exons (2/41). In addition, the DNA
sequence of the insertion mutation was determined.

Keywords:  'Mutagenesis,  * X-ray irradiation,  'DNA
damage, 'Hypoxanthine  phosprtoribosyltransferase,
CHO cells, DNA mutational analysis, Mutations, Base
sequence, Gene  expression, Polymerase chain reac-
tion, Southern blotting, Exons, Genetic recombination,
Chromosome deletion, Reprints.
PB93-141372/REB               PC A02/MF A01
Health Effects  Research  Lab., Research Triangle
Park, NC. Carcinogenesis and Metabolism Branch.
DNA Adducts and Induction of Sister Chromatld
Exchanges In the Rat Following Benzo(b)-Fluoran-
thene Administration. Journal article.
Environmental Health Research and Testing, Inc., Re-
search Triangle Park, NC.
J. A. Ross, G. B. Nelson, K. L Holden. A. D. Kligerman,
and G. L Erexson. c1992,6p EPA/600/ J-92/438
Contract EPA-68-02-4456, Grant EPA-R-816185
Pub. In Jnl. of Carcinogenesis, v13 n10 p1731-1734
Oct 92. Prepared in cooperation with  Kentucky Univ.,
Lexington. Sponsored  by  Health  Effects Research
Lab., Research Triangle Park, NC. Carcinogenesis and
Metabolism Branch.

Benzo(b)fluoranthene (B(b)F) was  administered (100
mg/kg by i.p. injection) to male Sprague-Dawley rats.
Lungs,  livers,   and   peripheral  blood  lymphocytes
(PBLs) were harvested 1, 3, 5, 7 14, 28, and 56 days
after treatment.  Several DNA adducts were observed
in each tissue, with maximal levels occurring at about 7
days after treatment. Lung DNA exhibited consistently
higher adduct levels than liver or PBL  DNA. No signifi-
cant differences were  observed between tissues in the
types of adducts produced.  Sister chromatid ex-
changes (SCEs) from whole blood  cultures were sig-
nificantly increased relative to concurrent controls be-
tween 1 and 14 days after B(b)F administration, with
maximum levels at 14  days.

Keywords: 'Carcinogenesis,  "Toxicology,  'Aromatic
polycyclic hydrocarbons, 'Sister chromatid exchange,
*DNA damage,  Rats, Lymphocytes, Lung, Liver, Re-
prints, *Benzo(b)fluoranthene, *DNA adducts.
PB93-141380/REB               PC A02/MF A01
Application of  the Tradescantla  mlcronucleus'
Assay for the Genetic Evaluation of Chemical Mix-
tures In Soil and Aqueous Media. Journal article.
Health Effects  Research  Lab.,  Research Triangle
Park, NC.
B. S. Gill, and S. S. Sandhu. d 992,7p EPA/600/J-92/
439
Pub. in Mutation Research, v270 nl  p65-69 Nov 92.
Prepared in cooperation with Environmental  Health
Research and Testing, Inc., Research Triangle Park,
NC.

Genotoxic evaluation of nine binary and one  tertiary
mixtures of arsenic trioxide, dleldrin, and lead tetraace-
tate were performed using the Tradescantia micronu-
cleus (Trad-MN)  assay. The chemical mixtures were
either (1) mixed into soil, and chemical exposure to the
target cells  was through  the  roots of intact plants
grown in the soil or (2) through stem cuttings in which
the inflorescences were treated with an aqueous solu-
tion of the test chemicals. Clastogenic responses were
obtained for six out of the ten chemical  mixtures, irre-
spective of the treatment conditions although relatively
higher frequencies of MN were observed in plants ex-
posed to the test chemicals in soil. The clastogenicity
of the chemical mixtures was modified by the  ratio of
the individual chemical in a particular mixture. The re-
sults of this study suggest that in addition to its utility
for monitoring the presence of clastogens in ambient
air and water, the Trad-MN assay also be used as a re-
liable test system for detecting the levels of clastogens
in soil.

Keywords: 'Micronucleus tests, 'Mutagens, "Soil con-
tamination, 'Water pollution effects(Plants), Arsenic
oxides, Dieldrin, Reprints, 'Tradescantia, Lead tetraa-
cetate.
PB93-1413M/REB                PCA01/MFA01
PCR Primers Specific for Detection of a Rat Re-
petitive Sequence. Journal article.
Health Effects  Research  Lab.,  Research Triangle
Park, NC. Carcinogenesis and Metabolism Branch.
M. J. Mass, and B. C. Roop. C1992,4p EPA/600/J-92/
440
Pub. in BioTechniques, v13 n5 p676-678 Nov 92.

Identification of  a  new  oncogene  is often accom-
plished by transfection of genomic DNA of interest into
a host of a different species that can respond to the al-
tered phenotype. We report a method for tracking and
identifying potential genes of interest that are derived
from rat DNA. We used polymerase chain reaction to
amplify specifically the rat long-interspersed repetitive
sequences in mouse cells that were transfected with
rat DNA.

Keywords: 'Polymerase chain reaction, 'Nucleic acid
repetitive sequences, 'Molecular cloning, Rats, Mice,
Cultured cells, Transfection, DNA probes, Reprints.
PB93-141406/REB               PCA01/MFA01
Behavioral  Development  Following  Dally  Epi-
sodes of Mother-Infant Separation In the  Rat.
Journal article.
Health Effects  Research Lab.,  Research Triangle
Park, NC.
M. E. Stanton, K. M. Crotton, and C, Lau. C1992,5p
EPA/600/J-92/441
Pub. in Fundamental and Applied Toxicology, v19 n3
p474-477 Qct 92.

Sprague-Dawley rat pups were either maternally de-
prived in warm incubators for 6 hours each day or left
alone with their  dams, and then tested on a range of
endpoints commonly used in developmental neurotox-
icity. These included motor activity, olfactory learning
and retention, T-maze delayed alternation, acoustic
startle response, and auditory thresholds. Interrupting
the mother-Infant interaction  for 6 hours/day had little
or no effect by itself on growth and behavioral devel-
opment.

Keywords:   'Toxicology,  'Behavior,  'Laboratory
animal science,  'Maternal deprivation, Rats, Mothers,
Infants, Neuropsychological tests, Reprints.
PB93-141414/REB                PC A02/MF A01
Mechanisms of TCDD-lnductlon of Cleft Palate: In-
sights from In vivo and In vitro Approaches. Jour-
nal article.
Health Effects Research  Lab,,  Research Triangle
Park, NC. Reproductive Toxicology Branch.
B. D. Abbott, J. J. Diliberto, and L. S. Birnbaum. c1992,
6p EPA/600/J-92/442
Pub. in Chemosphere, v25 n1 -2 p75-78 Jul 92.

Tetrachlorodibenzo-p-dioxin  (TCDD)  induced  cleft
palate (CP) in C57BL6N embryos by altering prolifera-
tion and differentiation of palatal medial epithelial cells.
In palatal organ culture, concentration-dependent ef-
fects on medial epithelial cells occurred, the mecha-
nism of TCDD activity appears to Involve growth factor
expression and may interact with retinoic acid and glu-
cocorticoid pathways.

Keywords:  'Teratogenic  compounds,  'Toxicology,
'Cleft  palate,  'Hydrocortisone, 'Tretinoin, 'Growth
substances,   'Tetrachlorodibenzodioxin,   Cultured
ceils, Embryos, Congenital abnormalities, Fetal devel-
opment, In vivo analysis, Palate, Mice, Cell differentia-
tion, In vitro analysis, Reprints, 'TCDD.
PB93-141422/REB                PC A03/MF A01
Hepatotoxlc Interactions of Ethanol with Ally! Al-
cohol or Carbon Tetrachlorlde In Rats. Journal arti-
cle.
Health  Effects Research Lab.,  Research Triangle
Park, NC.
E. Berman, D. E. House, J. W. Allis, and J. E. Simmons.
C1992,17p EPA/600/J-92/443
Pub. in Jnl.  of Toxicology and  Environmental Health
37,n1p161-176Aug92.

To assess Interactive toxlcity following subacute, con-
current chemical exposure, male Flscner-344 rats, ap-
proximately  70 days of age, were given  ethanol at 0,
0.05, 0.1, 0.2, or 0.5 ml/kg in corn oil daily by gavage
for 14 days (ETON) group), or the same levels of etha-
nol with 21 mg of ally! alcohol/kg (ALAC group), or the
same levels  of ethanol with 20 mg of carbon tetrachlo-
ride/kg (CCL4 group).  Hepatic  response was  as-
sessed 24 hr after the last dose. Interactions were
evaluated by comparing the ETOH group with either
the ALAC group or the CCL4 group using multivariate
analysis of variance procedures. No statistically signifi-
cant interaction was seen between the ETOH group
and the ALAC group at the dosages used.

Keywords: 'Toxicity,  'Ethyl alcohol,  'Allyl alcohols,
•Carbon tetrachloride, Liver function tests, Rats, Sta-
tistical analysis, Drug delivery systems, Necrosis, Mul-
tivariate analysis, Reprints.


PB93-141430/REB               PC A03/MF A01
Correlation  between  Chemical Suppression of
Natural Killer Cell Activity In Mice and Susceptibil-
ity  to  Cytomegalovlrus:  Rationale for Applying
Murlne  Cytomegalovlrus as  a Host Resistance
Model  and for Interpreting Immunotoxlclty Test-
Ing In Terms of Risk of Disease. Journal article.
Health  Effects  Research  Lab.,  Research  Triangle
Park, NC. Environmental Toxicology Div.
M. K. Belgrade, M. J. Daniels, and J. H. Dean. C1992,
16p EPA/600/ J-92/444
Pub. in Jnl. of Toxicology and Environmental Health
37, n2 p123-137 Sep 92. Prepared in cooperation with
Sterling Research Group, Rensselaer, NY. Drug Safety
Assessment.

The purpose of the study was to determine the rela-
tionship between chemical suppression of natural killer
(NK) cell activity in mice and chemical effects on sus-
ceptibility to murine cytomegalovirus (MCMV)  infec-
tion. Data from studies with 8 chemicals administered
in various doses and by various routes were evaluated,
and a statistically significant correlation was observed
between chemical suppression of virus-augmented NK
cell activity and increased mortality due to MCMV in-
fection. In contrast, effects of the same chemical treat-
ments on spontaneous NK cell activity (I.e., NK cell ac-
tivity in uninfected mice) did not correlate with effects
of these chemicals on mortality due to MCMV.

Keywords: 'Natural killer cells, 'Cytomegalic inclusion
disease,  'Toxicology, 'Immunosuppressive  agents,
•Immunosuppression, Mice, In vivo analysis, Biological
models, Reprints.
PB93-141448/REB                PC A03/MF A01
Micronuclel  and  Other  Nuclear Anomalies  In
Buccal Smears: A Field Test In Snuff Users. Jour-
nal article.
Health Effects  Research  Lab., Research Triangle
Park, NC. Genetic Toxicology Div.
P. E. Tolbert, C. M. Shy, and J. W. Allen. c1992,13p
EPA/600/J-92/445
Pub. in American Jnl. of Epidemiology, v134 n8 p840-
850, 15 Oct 91. See also PB93-141455. Prepared in
cooperation with North Carolina Univ. at Chapel Hill.
School of Public Health.

A revised protocol for the exfoliated cell micronucleus
assay was field-tested in a population exposed to a
genotoxic agent at levels associated with a significant
increase in cancer risk. The standard assay involves
microscope examination of epithelial smears to deter-
mine the prevalence of micronucleated cells with sep-
arate scoring of other nuclear anomalies associated
with cytotoxicity  and genotoxicity.  Prevalence of mi-
cronucleated cells was elevated In the snuff users
compared to the non-users. The pattern of relative fre-
quencies of several nuclear anomalies provided strong
evidence of a cytotoxlc effect of snuff.

Keywords: 'Mouth, 'Carcinogenesis, 'Tobacco, 'Mi-
cronucleus tests, Smokeless tobacco, Field tests. Risk
factors, Genetic markers,  Epithelial cells,  Chromo-
some aberrations, Public health, Epidemic-logic meth-
ods, Reprints, Buccal smears, Snuff.
PB93-141455/REB                PC A03/MF A01
Micronuclel  and  Other Nuclear Anomalies  In
Buccal Smears: Methods Development Journal ar-
ticle.
Health Effects Research Lab.,  Research Triangle
Park, NC. Genetic Toxicology Div.
P. E. Tolbert, C. M. Shy, and J. W. Allen. c1992,11 p
EPA/600/J-92/446
Pub. in Mutation Research, v271  n1 p69-77 Feb 92.
See also PB93-141448. Prepared in cooperation with
North Carolina Univ. at Chapel Hill. School of  Public
Health.

Laboratory work aimed at improving the epidemiologic
utility of  an  innovative  genotoxicity  marker  is  de-
scribed. The exfoliated  cell  micronucleus assay in-
volves microscope analysis of epithelial smears to de-
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termine the prevalence of micronucleation, an indica-
tor of structural or numeric chromosomal aberrations.
Exfoliated cells are moribund and undergo degenera-
tive phenomena that can produce extranuclear objects
difficult to distinguish from classical micronuclei. We
also provide evidence that  other nuclear anomalies
are at least as common as micronucleation and that,
therefore, there is the potential for extensive misclassi-
fication.

Keywords: 'Mouth, 'Carcinogenesis, 'Tobacco, *Mi-
cronucleus tests, 'Smokeless tobacco, Chromosome
aberrations, Epidemiologic methods, Genetic markers,
Epithelial cells, Public health. Radiation effects, Re-
prints, Buccal smears, Snuff.


PB93-141463/REB               PCA02/MFA01
Health Effects  Research  Lab.,  Research  Triangle
Park, NC. Genetic Toxicology Div.
Application of a Wheat Seedling Assay for Detect-
ing Aneuploidy Induced by N-Ethyl-N-Nltrosourea
and 4-Nltroqulnollne-1Oxlde. Journal article.
North Carolina Central Univ., Durham. Dept. of Biol-
ogy.
J. S. Dhesi, and S. S. Sandhu. c1992,9p EPA/600/J-
92/447
Contract EPA-68-01 -4456
Pub. in Mutation Research 270,  nt p79-85 Nov 92.
Sponsored  by Health Effects Research Lab., Re-
search Triangle Park. NC. Genetic Toxicology Div.

N-ethyl-N-nitrosourea  and  4-nitroquinoline-1 -oxide
were evaluated in the allohexapolyploid wheat seed-
ling assay for their ability to induce aneuploidy and/or
small chromosome deletions. The wheat strain used
(Neatby's virescent) is homozygous for a pair of reces-
sive alleles (v1) present on chromosome 3B and pro-
duces  virescent seedlings when grown at tempera-
tures below 26 C. When the germinating embryos are
treated with a test chemical, loss of chromosome 3B
or Its segment bearing the v1 allele produces a green
sector In the leaf whereas a gain of this chromosome
induces a white sector. Both the test chemicals yielded
positive results in this assay. The assay is very simple
and can be employed for evaluating the genetic poten-
tial of chemicals in a laboratory as welfas for in situ
hazards assessment under natural environmental con-
ditions.

Keywords:  'Wheat,  'Aneuploidy, 'Ethylnitrosourea,
'4-Nitroquinoline-l-oxlde, 'Seeds, 'Toxicity, Chromo-
somes, Alleles, Risk assessment, Temperature, Dose-
response relationships. Reprints.


PB93-141471/REB               PC A02/MF A01
In vitro Mammalian Mutagenesls as a Model for
Genetic Lesions In Human Cancer. Journal article.
Health  Effects Research Lab., Research  Triangle
Park, NC. Genetic Toxicology Div.
J. Hozier, M. Applegate, and M. M. Moore. C1992,10p
EPA/600/J-927448
Pub. in Mutation Research 270. n2 p201-209,16 Nov
92.  Prepared In cooperation with Florida State Univ..
Tallahassee. Dept. of Biological Science, and Florida
Inst. of Tech., Melbourne. Medical Genetics Lab.

Molecular and cytogenetlc analysis of mutations  in-
duced by a variety of genotoxlc compounds at the he-
terozygous thymidine kinase locus in mouse lym-
phoma cells indicates that in vitro assay does indeed
register the range of genetic lesions recently found in a
wide variety of human tumors. The types and complex-
ity of the induced lesions are reflected in mutant cell
colony phenotype In a compound-specific fashion.
These studies point to the use of appropriate In vitro
mammalian mutagenesis assays as new model sys-
tems for dissecting the  genetic lesions  important to
human Carcinogenesis, and as a means of determining
the potential for'compounds to induce such lesions.
(Copyright (c) 1992 Elsevier Science Publishers B.V.)

 Keywords:  'Carcinogeriesis, 'Toxicology, 'Mutagenic-
ity tests, ONA mutattonal analysis, DMA  probes, Cul-
tured cells, Mice, Genetic markers, Genetic models, In
vitro analysis, Reprints.


 PB93-141489/REB               PC A03/MF A01
Mutagenlclty of Organic Emlsslona from Unvent-
ed Kerosene Heaters In a Chamber Study. Journal
article.
 Health Effects Research  Lab., Research Triangle
J. L. Mumford, J. Lewtas, K. Williams, W. G. Tucker,
and G. W. Traynor. c1992,11p EPA/600/J-92/449
Pub. in Jnl. of Toxicology and Environmental Health,
v36 n2 p151 -159 Jun 92. See also PB91 -117119. Pre-
pared in cooperation with Lawrence  Berkeley Lab.,
CA.

A study  was conducted to assess the mutagenicity of
semivolatile organlcs  and  particle-bound  organics
emitted  from unvented kerosene space heaters. The
units tested included a well-tuned radiant heater and a
maltuned convective heater. The tests were conduct-
ed in a 27-cu  m chamber,  with  prescribed  on/off
heater usage pattern. The organic emissions were col-
lected on teflon-coated glass filters backed by XAD-2
resin. The dichloromethane-extractable organics from
both the filters and the XAD were  analyzed for nitro-
polycyclic hydrocarbons using gas chromatography/
mass spectrometry and were oioassayed for mutage-
nicity in  microsuspension assays using Salmonella ty-
phimurium strains TA98 with and without S9, TA98NR
(a nitroreductase deficient strain) without S9 and strain
TM677 with 89. The results showed that both the se-
mivolatile  and particle-bound  organics emitted from
the kerosene heaters were mutagenic, and the pres-
ence of nitropolycyclic hydrocarbons in these organic
emissions substantiated these findings.

Keywords:  'Environmental  health,  'Public  health,
'Toxic substances, 'Organic compounds, 'Mutagens,
Heating equipment, Test chambers, Aromatic polycy-
clic hydrocarbons, Toxicity, Exposure, Indoor air pollu-
tion,  Air pollution  effects(Humans), Bioassay, Gas
analysis, Kerosene, Houses, Reprints.
PB93-141497/REB                PC A02/MF A01
Robert S. Kerr Environmental Research Lab., Ada,
OK.
Blosorptlon  of  Dlchlorodlphenyltrlchloroethane
and Hexachlorobenzene In  Groundwater and Its
Implications for Facilitated Transport Journal arti-
cle.
Lund Univ. (Sweden). Dept. of Ecology.
R. Lindqvist, and C. G. Enfield. C1992,10p EPA/600/
J-92/452
Grant EPA-R-812808
Pub. in Applied and Environmental Microbiology, v58
n7 p2211 -2218 Jul 92. See also PB-241 293. Prepared
in cooperation with Rice Univ., Houston, TX. Dept. of
Environmental Science and Engineering. Sponsored
by Robert S. Kerr EnvironmentafResearch Lab., Ada,
OK.

The potential  for enhanced mobility of hydrophoblc
pollutants by cotransport  with bacteria In  saturated
soils was evaluated from measurements of biosorptlon
of  (l4)C-labeled hexachlcrobenzene and dichlorodl-
phenyf-trlchloroethane (DDT) to five strains of soil and
sewage  bacteria. The sorption process could be de-
scribed by a linear partition equation and appeared to
be reversible, but desorptlon kinetics were slow and/
or partly irreversible. The DDT partition coefficients
varied with equilibration time, possibly reflecting DDT-
induced changes in the physiology of the bacteria. The
partition  coefficients, normalized to the masses of the
bacteria, ranged from 250 to 14,000 for live cells, but
the largest coefficients were  associated with autc-
claved cells of a  Pseudomonas sp. The sorptlve ca-
pacity of the bacterial blomass was greater for DDT
than for hexachlorobenzene but was not correlated to
overall bacterial hydrophoblclty, measured  by hydro-
phobic interaction chromatography. In a column study,
1.2 X 10(9) cells of a  Bacillus sp.  strain per ml en-
hanced  DDT transport about  8-fold, whereas an ad-
vective-dispersive-sorptive equilibrium model for two
mobile phases, water and free-living bacteria, suggest-
ed a 14-fold enhancement, based on the DDT partition
coefficient. The disagreement was in part due to a re-
tarded  nonequlllbrium  movement  of the  bacteria.
(Copyright (c) 1992, American Society for Microbiolo-
gy-)

Keywords: 'Chemical water pollutants, 'Hexachloro-
benzene, 'DDT,  'Ground water, Soil microbiology,
Sewage, Microbial colony count. Bacillus, Liquid chro-
matography, Mathematical models,  Reprints, 'Chemi-
cal transport
 PB93-141606/REB               PC A03/MF A01
 Robert S. Kerr Environmental Research Lab., Ada,
 OK.
Cell Density and Non-Equlllbrlum Sorption Effects
on  Bacterial  Dispersal  In Groundwater Micro-
cosms. Journal article.
Rice Univ., Houston, TX. Dept. of Environmental Sci-
ence and Engineering.
R. Lindqvist, and C. G. Enfield. C1992,20p EPA/600/
J-92/451
Grant EPA-R-812808
Pub. in Microbial Ecology, v24  p25-42 Nov 92. Pre-
pared in cooperation with Lund Univ. (Sweden). Spon-
sored by Robert S. Kerr Environmental Research Lab.,
Ada, OK.

The relative importance of dispersion, physical strain-
ing, nonequilibrium sorption, and cell density on the
dispersal of bacteria was examined in saturated, flow-
dynamic sand columns. The bacterial breakthrough as
a result of different size distributions of sand particles
was followed by measuring the effluent cpncentration
of (3)H-adenosine-labelled cells of a Bacillus sp, and
an Enterobacter sp. strain  suspended in ground-water.
The breakthrough curves were compared with theoret-
ical  curves predicted from  an  advective-dispersiye
equilibrium sorption model (ADS), an ADS model with
a first order sink term for  irreversible cell reactions, a
two-site model (equilibrium and nonequilibrium sorp-
tion sites), and a filtration  model. Bacterial sand:water
isotherms were linear  in the experimental concentra-
tion range but had positive intercepts. The partition co-
efficients ranged from 15 to 0.4 for the Bacillus sp.,
and 120 to 0.4 for a Pseudomonas sp., and decreased
with increasing particle size of the dominant fraction. In
a kinetic study, the partition coefficient for the Entero-
bacter sp. in the smaller particle sand was 63 after one
hour, but had decreased to 9 after 19 hours. (Copyright
(c) Springer-Verlag New York Inc. 1992.)

Keywords:  'Aquatic  microbiology, 'Ground water,
'Aquatic ecosystems, 'Bacteria, Soils, Sands, Bacil-
lus,  Pseudomonas, Enterobacter, Microbial colony
count. Reprints.
 PB93-141513/REB
                                 PC A03/MF A01
Applied Geologic, Microbiological, and Engineer-
Ing Constraints  of  In-sltu  BTEX Bioremediation.
Journal article.
Robert S.  Kerr Environmental Research  Lab., Ada,
OK
L. G. Kennedy, and S. R. Hutchins. C1993,27p EPA/
600/J-92/450
Pub. In Remediation, v3 m p83-110 Winter 1992/93.
Prepared In cooperation with  American Environmental
Consultants. Inc., Norman, OK.

An In-sltu bioremediation project has been designed
and constructed for a site in south-central Kansas just
north of Wichita. A pipeline leaked an unknown quanti-
ty of refined fuels in the 1970s. The spill was undetect-
ed until hydrocarbons were found in a nearby munici-
pal water supply well. Of concern, from a regulatory
perspective, are the alkylbenzene components found
In the groundwater, including benzene, toluene, ethyl-
benzene, and xylene (BTEX). Initial abatement proce-
dures, Including free product removal and pumping,
had become ineffective. In-situ bioremediation was se-
lected  to  complete the restoration process.  The
project emphasizes the need for a strong understand-
ing of the geologic and hydrogeologic conditions prev-
alent under the site. Site studies were conducted to
determine the distribution and mass of  the contami-
nant  and the hydraulic regime. Laboratory microbial
studies were  used to determine the efficacy of nitrate
as a  primary  electron acceptor. Information from site
studies was used to design a treatment system tailored
to the requirements of the site. The treatment system
Is designed to deliver the maximum amount of nutrient-
enriched water to the contaminated zone while main-
taining hydraulic control of the site.

 Keywords: 'Remedial action, 'Oil spills,  'Water pollu-
tion  control,  'Biological treatment,   Microbiology,
Ground water. Oil pollution, Pipelines, In-situ process-
es, Hydrogeology, Fuels, Anaerobic processes, Nutri-
ents, xylenes, Toluene, Benzene, Aquifers, Reprints,
 'South  Central   Region(Kansas),  Benzene/ethyl,
Cleanup operations.
 PB93-141S21/REB               PCA02/MFA01
 Cotvallis Environmental Research Lab,, OR.
 Chemistry of Dissolved Organic Carbon and Or-
 ganic Acids  In Two Streams Draining  Forested
 Watersheds.  Journal article.
 Illinois Univ. at Urbana-Champalgn. Dept. of Forestry.


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                                                  EPA PUBLICATIONS BIBLIOGRAPHY
 M. B. David, G. F. Vance, and J. S. Kahl. ct 992,10p
 EPA/600/J-92/453
 Pub. in Water Resources Research, v28 n2 p389-396
 Feb 92. Prepared in cooperation with Wyoming Univ.,
 Laramie. Dept. of Plant, Soil, and Insect Sciences, and
 Maine Univ. at Orono. Dept. of Geological Sciences.
 Sponsored by Corvallis Environmental Research Lab.,
 OR.

 The concentration, major fractions, and contribution of
 dissolved organic carbon (DOC) to stream chemistry
 were examined in two paired streams draining upland
 catchments in eastern Maine. Although SO(-2) was the
 dominant stream  anion, followed  by Cl(-),  organic
 anions were also determined to be an important com-
 ponent of these stream waters, especially during storm
 events. This illustrates that even in streams with low
 DOC, such as these studied here, organic anions can
 contribute significantly to stream acidity.

 Keywords: "Water chemistry, "Streams, 'Acidification,
 •Water pollution, "Organic acids, Watersheds, For-
 ests, Surface waters, Anions,  Storms, Air water inter-
 actions, Soil chemistry,  Bear Brook, Reprints, "Dis-
 solved organic carbon, Eastern Region(Maine).
PB93-141539/REB               PC A02/MF A01
Corvallis Environmental Research Lab., OR.
Kinetics of  Chemical Weathering In  B  Horizon
Spodosol Fraction. Journal article.
Iowa Univ., Iowa City. Dept. of Civil and Environmental
Engineering.
S. R. Asolekar, R. L. Valentine, and J. L. Schnoor.
C1991, 8p EPA/600/J-92/454
Pub. in Water Resources Research, v27 n4 p527-532
Apr 91. See also PB92-143858. Sponsored by Corval-
lis Environmental Research Lab., OR.

The  purpose of this study is to investigate the rate and
kinetic formulation of chemical weathering on an iso-
lated fraction of whole soil, specifically, whether the
rate  of chemical weathering is proportional to a frac-
tional power of the hydrogen ion activity in soil solu-
tion, a kinetic formulation that is consistent with a sur-
face-reaction-controlled  dissolution   mechanism.
Weathering experiments were also conducted to  In-
vestigate the effect of an accumulation of base cations
(near saturation for kaolinite) on the weathering rate in
the semicontinuous mode of operation of a laboratory
pH-stat reactor. (Copyright (c) 1991 by the American
Geophysical Union.)

Keywords:  "Weathering,  "Soil  chemistry, "Kinetics,
"Hydrogen  ions, Air  land interactions, pH,  Physico-
chemical properties, Dissolution, Deposition, Acid rain,
Geochemistry, Minerals, Surface chemistry, Reprints.
PB93-141547/REB                PC A03/MF A01
Corvallis Environmental Research Lab., OR.
Recovery of the Highly Acidified Clearwater Lake
Watershed, Ontario, Canada, Simulated  with  the
IL WAS Model. Journal article.
Battelle Pacific Northwest Labs., Richland, WA.
L E. Eary, E. A. Jenne, L W. Vail, and D. C. Girvin.
C1991,24p EPA/600/J-92/455
Pub. in Applied Geochemistry,  v6 p613-634  1991.
Sponsored fay Corvallis Environmental Research Lab.,
OR,

The  integrated  Lake Watershed Acidification  Study
(ILWAS) model  was used to simulate the recovery of
the highly acidified Clearwater Lake, Ontario. These
decreases in acidic constituents are in  good agree-
ment with monitoring data.  Longterm simulations indi-
cate that deacidification may continue until approxi-
mately 2020, if S deposition rates remain at or below
the 1987 level. The agreement between simulated and
monitoring data for the first 10-a of recovery and the
simulated long-term recovery of the lake to its pre-
smelter level of acidity lend confidence in the capabil-
ity of numerical models to simulate the reversibility of
watershed acidification and suggest that some highly
acidic watersheds may eventually recover, given sub-
stantial decreases in acid deposition.

Keywords: "Water pollution control, * Clearwater Lake,
"Watersheds, "Acidification, "Air water interactions,
Long term effects, Air pollution control, Smelting, Acid
neutralizing capacity,  pH,  Deposition, Sulfur,  Sulfur
oxides,  Canada, Reprints, "Integrated Lake Water-
shed Acidification Study Model, Ontario(Canada).
 PB93-141554/REB               PC A02/MF A01
 Corvallis Environmental Research Lab., OR.
 Air-Drying and Pretreatment Effects on Soil Sul-
 fate Sorption. Journal article.
 Oregon State Univ., Corvallis. Dept. of Soil Science.
 S. D. Comfort, R. P. Dick, and J. Baham. c1991, 8p
 EPA/600/J-92/456
 Pub. in Soil Science Society of American Jnl. 55, p968-
 973 1991. See also PB87-227468. Sponsored by Cor-
 vallis Environmental Research Lab., OR.

 Increased attention has been focused on the effects of
 acid deposition on aquatic and terrestrial ecosystems.
 In order to predict the fate of atmospheric S and its ef-
 fects on surface and groundwater chemistry, realistic
 estimates of SO4-sorption  capacities of soils are
 needed. In this study, we report the results of two in-
 vestigations: the first compared the effects of six soil-
 sample collection and  storage procedures on  S04-
 sorption with the objective of determining which proce-
 dure would least alter its sorption characteristics. In
 the second investigation, our objectives were to deter-
 mine the impact of air drying on a broad range of soils
 and to identify the soil physicochemical properties that
 might affect  sorption  capacities  as a result of soil
 drying.

 Keywords: 'Soil analysis, "Sample preparation,  "Sul-
 fates, "Land pollution, Drying, Soil chemistry, Physico-
 chemical properties, Air  land interactions, Air water
 interactions, Air pollution, Water pollution, Deposition,
 Sorption, Reprints, "Air drying.
PB93-141562/REB               PC A02/MF A01
Corvallis Environmental Research Lab., OR.
Stable Sulfur Isotopes of Sulfate In Precipitation
and Stream Solutions In a Northern Hardwood
Watershed. Journal article.
State Univ. of New York Coll. of Environmental Sci-
ence and Forestry, Syracuse.
A. C. Stam, M. J. Mitchell, H. R. Krouse, and J. S. Kahl.
C1992,9p EPA/600/J-92/457
Pub. in Water Resources Research, v28 n1 p231-236
Jan 92. Prepared in cooperation with Calgary Univ. (Al-
berta), and Maine Univ. at  Orono. Sponsored by Cor-
vallis Environmental Research Lab., OR.

Stable S isotopes of SO4(2-) in precipitation, through-
fall, and stream  water solutions  in a northern  hard-
wood watershed (Bear Brook Watershed, Maine) were
examined  to determine sources of stream S04(2-) and
to identify watershed  processes  that may affect at-
mospherically deposited SO4(2-) prior to reaching the
streams.  Similarity  among  temporal  pattern  in
Delta(34)S of precipitation, throughfall, stream SO4(2-)
(range: +3.4 to 9.4%), and (SO4(2-)(marine))/(S04(2-
Mtotal)) of stream SO4(2-)  (5-10%) Indicated that the
Delta(34)S of stream SO4(2-) were controlled princi-
pally by atmospheric deposition.  Lack of  correlation
between Delta(34)S of stream SO4(2-) and stream
(S04(2-)(total», elevational position, and stream dis-
charge supported the  interpretation that fractionation
of stable S isotopes within the watershed appeared to
have, at most, a minor influence on Delta(34)S of
stream S04(2-). (Copyright (c)  1992, American  Geo-
physical Union.)

Keywords:  "Sulfur   isotopes,   "Stable   Isotopes,
"Precipitation(Meteorology),  Hardwoods,   "Water-
sheds, Forest land, Sulfates, Hydrogeology, Hydro-
geochemistry, Geochemical cycles,  "Acidification,
Rainfall,  Acidity,  Snowmelt, Runoff, Air  pollution,
Maine, "Watershed Manipulation Project.
PB93-141570/REB                PC A03/MF A01
Corvallis Environmental Research Lab., OR.
Characterizing the Distribution of Observed Pre-
cipitation and Runoff over the Continental United
States. Journal article.
Man Tech  Environmental Technology, Inc.,  Corvallis,
OR.
J. Dolph, and D. Marks. C1992,23p EPA/600/J-92/
458
Contract EPA-68-C8-0000
Pub. in Climate Change, v22 p99-119 1992. See also
PB90-120072. Sponsored by Corvallis Environmental
Research Lab., OR.

The  paper describes the development of a compre-
hensive geographic data-base of historic precipitation
and  runoff measurements for the conterminous U.S.
The database is used in a spatial analysis to character-
ize large scale precipitation and runoff patterns and to
assess the utility and limitations of using  historical
 hydro-meteorological data for providing spatially dis-
 tributed precipitation estimates at regional and conti-
 nental scales. Long-term annual average precipitation
 and runoff surfaces generated  from interpolation of
 point measurements are  used in a distributed water
 balance calculation to check the reliability of precipita-
 tion estimates.  The Incorporation of high elevation
 snow measurements into  the precipitation  record sig-
 nificantly  improves  the water budget  estimates in
 some areas and enhances the utility of historical data
 for providing spatially  distributed precipitation esti-
 mates in topographically diverse regions. The research
 establishes a database for continental scale studies
 and provides  direction for  the successful development
 of spatially distributed,  regional scale water balance
 models.

 Keywords:            "United             States,
 "Precipitation(Meteorology), "Runoff, "Rainfall-runoff
 relationships, Climates, Data collection,  Spatial distri-
 bution, Study  estimates,  Hydrology,   Meteorology,
 Snowmelt, Rainfall, Topography, Regional analysis.
 Water balance, Reprints.
PB93-141687/REB               PC A03/MF A01
PR Notice 87-1. Notice to Manufacturers, Formula-
tors, Producers  and  Registrants of  Pesticide
Products.
Environmental Protection Agency,  Washington, DC.
Office of Pesticide Programs.
Mar 87,18p EPA/540/09-93/246
See also PB93-141695.Portions of this document are
not fully legible.

The notice describes the label improvement program
for pesticides registered  under Federal Insecticide,
Fungicide and Rodenticide  Act  (FIFRA) and applied
through irrigation  systems (also known  as chemiga-
tion). The notice explains the program,  defines who
and what the notice applies to, and details about how
the labeling  Is to be done. These label  changes are
necessary to prevent unnecessary human or animal
exposure to the pesticide.

Keywords: "Pesticides, "Labels, "Irrigation,  Marking,
Toxicity, Pollution control, Agricultural wastes. Regula-
tions, Ecology, Public health, Irrigation systems, Irriga-
tion effects, Federal Insecticide Fungicide and Roden-
ticide Act, "Chemigation, Pesticide residues.
PB93-141695/REB                PC A03/MF A01
PR Notice 87-4. Notice to Manufacturers, Formula-
tors and Registrants of Pesticides.
Environmental Protection Agency, Washington,  DC.
Office of Pesticide Programs.
Mar 87,29p EPA/540/09-93/249
See also PB93-141687.

The notice is Intended for people responsible for feder-
al registrations of pesticides registered for forest uses
or for control or eradication of mosquito larvae.  The
notice  describes the measures pesticide users must
take to prevent unnecessary pesticide exposure to en-
dangered and threatened  species. A listing of U.S.
Fish  and Wildlife field offices (including phone num-
bers) to contact regarding usage restrictions for each
of the affected pesticides Is included. Two appendices
which have additional information are included.

Keywords: 'Pesticides, 'Labels, Pollution control. En-
dangered species, Marking, Utilization, Toxlcity, Regu-
lations, Habitats, Ecology, Listings, Pesticide residues,
"Larvicides, Threatened  species,  Federal Insecticide
Fungicide and Rodenticide Act.
PB93-142016/REB                PC A16/MF A04
Environmental Protection Agency, Research Triangle
Park, NC. Control Technology Center.
Evaluation and Coating of NOx Controls for Exist-
ing Utility Boilers In the NESCAUM Region.
Acurex Environmental Corp., Mountain View, CA.
C. Castaldini. Dec 92,414p EPA/453/R-92/010
Contract EPA-68-D9-0131
Sponsored by Environmental Protection Agency,  Re-
search Triangle Park, NC. Control Technology Center,
and Northeast States for Coordinated Air Use Man-
agement, Boston, MA.

The Technical Report discusses NOx controls for utili-
ty boilers in the Northeast States for Coordinated Air
Use Management (NESCAUM) region. The document
discusses: Utility boiler population profile in the NES-
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GAUM region; Uncontrolled NOx emissions and fac-
tors that affect NOx emissions; Available NOx controls
and their levels of performance; Cost methodology for
determining the costs of NOx controls; Costs and cost
effectiveness of NOx controls; and Impacts of NOx
controls on combustible emissions.

Keywords: "Boilers, 'Air pollution control, "Nitrogen
oxides, Cost effectiveness, Combustion products, Flue
gases, Hydrocarbons, Age, Catalytic converters. Ret-
rofitting, Performance evaluation.  Fuel  oils, Environ-
mental  impacts,  Design, Public  utilities,  Northeast
Region(United States), Reburning, Coal fired boilers.


PB93-142107/REB               PC A03/MF A01
Environmental  Protection Agency, Washington, DC.
Office of Environmental Engineering and Technology
Demonstration.
Federal Policies and Technological Problem-Solv-
Veb'el <
Vebel Society, Inc., Galthersburg, MD.
G.Soergel.d 992,42p
See also PB92-106731. Sponsored by Environmental
Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of Environ-
mental Engineering and Technology Demonstration.

The Report addresses the questicr, of whether existing
policies either enhance or inhibit the achievement of a
new policy's primary objective; namely, to solve public
interest problems at the least cost and risk to taxpay-
ers. (See: 'How to Motivate  Private Investment in
Public Goods',  NTIS Accession No. PB92-106731).
The  Report's Appendix briefly  describes the new
policy and  its  several  techno-economic objectives.
Only two existing policies are analyzed: OMB Circular
76, 'Performance of Commercial Activities,' and Feder-
al  Acquisition Regulations (FARs). The Report con-
cludes that both policies are irrelevant to  the new
policy since neither enhances nor inhibits achievement
of the new policy's objectives, and that a new federal
policy is needed to cost-effectively solve the Environ-
mental Protection Agency's (EPA's) ecological and en-
vironmental preservation problems.

Keywords: 'Government policies, 'Problem solving,
Acquisition, Research and development, Ecology, En-
vironment management, Conservation, Regulations,
*US EPA.
PB93-142115/REB               PC A02/MF A01
Novel Approach for Gathering Data  on Solvent
Cleaning.
Environmental Protection Agency, Research Triangle
Park, NC. Office of Air Quality Planning, and Standards.
M. A. Serageldin. J. C. Berry, and D. I. Salman. May 92,
9pEPA/600/R.92/131

Cleaning is done in industry for different purposes: to
maintain industrial equipment  and work  areas; to
remove contaminants such as dirt and process materi-
als from the interior of process equipment; and to pre-
pare surfaces before the next stage  in a process.
Cleaning tools and removable parts also require clean-
ing. As a result of these activities solvents containing
volatile  organic compounds (VOCs) are evaporated
into  the atmosphere, contributing to  the air quality
problem. A number of solvents used are  classified as
hazardous air pollutants In Section 112 of the Clean Air
Act Amendments (CAAA). The purpose of this paper is
to discuss a methodology to determine accurate VOC
emissions from cleaning. It is founded on the concept
of a  'unit operation system (UOS),' which was devel-
oped to define the emission streams that need to be
considered for a material balance. -The focus, for the
purpose of the material balance, is the 'unit operation'
being cleaned.

Keywords:  'Pollution  regulations, 'Cleaning,  'Sol-
vents, 'Air pollution abatement, 'Volatile organic com-
pounds. Material balance, Clean  Air Act, Air quality
data, Data collection, Pollution sources, Environmental
management, Fugitive emissions, Emission factors, In-
dustrial  plants, Unit operation system,  Cleanup oper-
ations.  .
PB93-U2420/REB                PCA03/MFA01
National Sea Grant Coll. Program, Silver Spring, MD.
Shoreline Erosion  Control Using Marsh Vegeta-
tion and Low-Cost Structures.
North Carolina State Univ. at Raleigh. Sea Grant Coll.
Program.
S. w. Broome, S. M, Rogers, E. D. Seneca, and C. B.
Burgess. 1992,23pUNC/SQ-02/12
Grant NA90AA-D-SG062
See also PB82-194176. Sponsored by  National Sea
Grant Coll. Program, Silver Spring, MD.

Erosion is a serious threat to waterfront property along
most of North Carolina's extensive estuarine  shore-
line. It is accelerated by man's intensive use and mis-
management. As demand  for shoreline property In-
creases - for homesites, recreational areas, marinas
and industrial sites - its value increases,  and landown-
ers become more concerned about loss of land to ero-
sion. There is a variety of erosion-control methods -
some beneficial, some  useless and others that are
even detrimental. Structural methods such as bulk-
heads, groins, revetments and riprap are often effec-
tive. But they are expensive to build and maintain and
may have adverse environmental effects. Establishing
vegetation is much cheaper than structural methods of
erosion control, and the new  marsh provides habitat,
food and nutrients for organisms in the surrounding es-
tuarine waters.

Keywords:   'Erosion  control,  'Shore  protection,
'Vegetation establishment, 'Structural  engineering,
•Estuaries, Cost effectiveness, North Carolina,  Man
environment interactions, Alternatives, Salt marshes,
Land development, Grasses.
                                                  PB93-143691/REB                PC A08/MF A02
                                                  Proceedings of the 1989 Midwest Pollution Con-
                                                  trol  Biologists Meeting. Held in Chicago, Illinois
                                                  on February 14-17,1989. Final rept.
                                                  Environmental Protection Agency, Chicago, IL. Region

                                                  W. S. Davis, and T. P. Simon. Oct 89,161p EPA/905/
                                                  9-89/0087

                                                  The report is a compilation of 15 papers representing a
                                                  portion of the 1989 presentations delivered at the Mid-
                                                  west Pollution Control Biologists Meeting, Chicago, II.,
                                                  February  14-17, 1989.  Papers include technical re-
                                                  search concerning organism groups, program devel-
                                                  opment, and a summary of the meeting.

                                                  Keywords: 'Research projects, 'Benthos, 'Water pol-
                                                  lution control, 'Meetings, Hazardous materials, Tech-
                                                  nology transfer, Fisheries,  Invertebrates, Sampling,
                                                  Measurement,  Correlation,  Insects,  Tables(Data),
                                                  Plankton, Sediments, Toxicity, Tests.
                                                  PB93-143709/REB                PC A08/MF A02
                                                  Environmental  Protection  Agency,  Seattle,  WA.
                                                  Region X.
                                                  Restoration  of the Salmon River Salt Marshes:
                                                  Retrospect and Prospect Final rept.
                                                  Oregon State Univ., Corvallis. Dept of Geosciences.
                                                  R. ET Frenkel, and J. C. Morlan. 15 Fob 90,156p EPA/
                                                  910/9-92/012
                                                  Sponsored by Environmental Protection Agency, Seat-
                                                  tle, WA. Region X.

                                                  In 1978 the U.S. Forest Service breached a dike on the
                                                  north shore of the Salmon River estuary to reestablish
                                                  a natural salt marsh in a diked pasture. Diane L Mitch-
                                                  ell, a graduate student at Oregon  State University, initi-
                                                  ated a detailed  study of the  restoration of the salt
                                                  marsh ecosystem in 1977. In her work, completed in
                                                  1981, Mitchell collected base line data, established an
                                                  intensive sampling system of permanent  plots In the
                                                  diked pasture and flanking 'intact'  control marshes,
                                                  and analyzed restoration progress from 1978 to 1980.
                                                  This report continues Mitchell's earlier research by
                                                  evaluating  the composition, structure,  function, and
                                                  long term prospects for the restored wetland. It also
                                                  summarizes the status of  the  restoration  in 1988,
                                                  eleven years  after dike removal,  and discusses pros-
                                                  pects for total restoration to conditions prevailing prior
                                                  to human alterations.

                                                  Keywords: 'Tidewater, 'Salt marshes, 'Salmon River,
                                                  •Wetlands, 'Aquatic ecosystems,  Evaluation, Reid
                                                  tests, Vegetation, Species diversity, Coastal regions,
                                                  Resources management, Pasture, Estuaries, 'Resto-
                                                  ration, Pacific Northwest Region(Un!ted States).
                                                   PB93-143717/REB               PCA07/MFA02
                                                   Proceedings of the National Workshop on Biolog-
                                                   ical Criteria (1st). Held In Uncolnwood, Illinois on
                                                   December 2-4,1987. Final rept.
                                                   Environmental Protection Agency, Chicago, IL. Region

                                                   T.' P. Simon, L. L. Hoist, and L. J. Shepard. Dec 88,
                                                   136p EPA/906/9-89/003
                                                                                                     A compilation of 15 papers representing a portion of
                                                                                                     presentations delivered at the  1987 National Biocri-
                                                                                                     teria Workshop in Uncolnwood, Illinois, December 2-4,
                                                                                                     1987. Papers include state perspectives, methodologi-
                                                                                                     cal, and technical issues which directly impact the im-
                                                                                                     plementation of biological assessment and criteria.

                                                                                                     Keywords: 'Meetings, 'Biological effects, 'Water pol-
                                                                                                     lution effects, 'Aquatic biology,  'Biological Indicators,
                                                                                                     Clean Water Act, Pollution regulation, Water quality.
                                                                                                     Surface waters, Aquatic ecosystems, Water pollution
                                                                                                     standards, Fishes, Implementation, 'Biological criteria,
                                                                                                     Water Quality Act.
PB93-143741/REB               PC A03/MF A01
Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC.
Subjective-Probability-Based  Scenarios for  Un-
certain  Input  Parameters:  Stratospheric  Ozone
Depletion, December 1990.
RAND Corp., Santa Monica, CA.
J. K. Hammitt. Dec 90,17p RAND/N-3140-1-EPA/
JMO/RC
Pub. in Risk Analysis, v10 n1 p93-102 1990. See also
N90-28157. Sponsored  by Environmental Protection
Agency, Washington, DC.

The paper presents and applies a method to choose
sets of input conditions (scenarios) that efficiently rep-
resent knowledge about the joint probability distribu-
tion of inputs. A simple  score function approximately
relating inputs to a policy-relevant output-in this case,
globally  averaged stratospheric ozone depletion-is
developed. The probability density function  for the
score-function value is analytically derived from a sub-
jective joint probability density for the inputs. Scenarios
are defined by selected quantiles of the score function.
Using this method, scenarios can be systematically se-
lected in terms of the approximate probability distribu-
tion function for the output of concern, and probability
intervals for the joint effect of the inputs can be readily
constructed.

Keywords: 'Ozone depletion,  'Stratosphere, 'Com-
puterized simulation, 'Mathematical models, Risk as-
sessment, Probability theory, Probability density func-
tions, Monte Carlo method, Regulations, Emission, Re-
prints.
                                                   PB93-143972/REB               PC A09/MF A02
                                                   Regulatory Impact Analysis for the National Emis-
                                                   sions Standards for Hazardous Air Pollutants for
                                                   Source Categories: Organic Hazardous Air Pollut-
                                                   ants from the Synthetic Organic Chemical Manu-
                                                   facturing Industry and Seven Other  Processes.
                                                   Draft rept
                                                   Environmental Protection Agency,  Research Triangle
                                                   Park, NC. Office of Air Quality Planning and Standards.
                                                   Dec 92,176p EPA/450/3-92/009
                                                   See also PB91 -159624.

                                                   Under authority of the 1990 Clean Air Act Amend-
                                                   ments, a regulation has been proposed to reduce haz-
                                                   ardous air pollutant emissions from synthetic organic
                                                   chemical  manufacturing industry  (SOCMI)  facilities
                                                   and facilities in seven non-SOCMI processes. This
                                                   report summarizes the impacts  of the regulation, as
                                                   well as  providing  summaries of the proposed regula-
                                                   tory options and the rationale for choosing them. The
                                                   benefits from this regulation are also summarized, and
                                                   a chapter comparing the benefits and costs concludes
                                                   the report.

                                                   Keywords:  'Air pollution standards,  'Organic com-
                                                   pounds, 'Pollution regulations, Air pollution sampling,
                                                   Air quality,  Chemical Industry, Air pollution control,
                                                   Clean Air Act, Cost analysis, Benefits, Legal  aspects,
                                                   State government, 'National Emissions Standards for
                                                   Hazardous Air Pollutants, 'Regulatory impact analysis.
                                                   PB93-143980/REB               PC A10/MF A03
                                                   OSWER Source Book. Volume  1. Training and
                                                   Technology Transfer Resources, 1992-1993.
                                                   Environmental Protection Agency,  Washington, DC.
                                                   Office of Solid Waste and Emergency Response.
                                                   Sep 92,206p EPA/542/B-92/005A
                                                   See also Volume 2, PB93-144129 and PB92-102169.

                                                   Volumes I and II of The OSWER Source Book provide
                                                   Information on the many training courses, publications,
                                                   videotapes,  and Information systems and software
                                                   available to support EPA staff,  State and local agen-
                                                   cies, and others involved  In managing  the  Nation's
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hazardous and solid waste programs. The Office of
Solid  Waste and  Emergency  Response's (OSWER)
Technology Innovation Office (TIO) has compiled list-
ings of the most  significant training  and technology
transfer resources available to assist individuals with
the responsibility for accomplishing OSWER's mission.
Volume I of The Source  Book contains listings of
OSWER  and other office  training courses, publica-
tions, videotapes, information  systems and software,
and support programs devoted to hazardous and solid
waste issues.

Keywords: 'Technology transfer, 'Hazardous materi-
als,  'Waste  management,  'Superfund,  'Training,
'Bibliographies, Documents, Education,  Information
transfer, State government, Personnel management,
Technical assistance,  Information  systems.  Video
tapes, Training programs. Data bases, 'Office of Solid
Waste and Emergency Response, Resource Conser-
vation and  Recovery Act, Comprehensive Environ-
mental Response Compensation and Liability Act.
PB93-143998/REB                PC A07/MF A02
National Air Quality and Emission* Trends Report,
1991. Annual rept.
Environmental Protection Agency, Research Triangle
Park, NC. Office of Air Quality Planning and Standards.
T. Curran, R. Faoro, T. Fitz-Simons, W. Freas, and B.
Nelson. Oct92,130p EPA/450/R-92/001
See also report for 1990, PB92-141555.

The report presents national and regional  trends in air
quality from 1982 through 1991 for paniculate matter,
sulfur  dioxide, carbon  monoxide,  nitrogen dioxide,
ozone and lead. Air quality trends are also presented
for  15 metropolitan areas. Both national and regional
trends in each of these pollutants are examined. Na-
tional air quality trends are also presented  for both the
National  Air Monitoring Sites (NAMS) and other site
categories. In addition to ambient air quality, trends are
also  presented  for  annual  nationwide  emissions.
These emissions are estimated using the best avail-
able engineering calculations; the ambient levels pre-
sented are averages of direct measurements. Interna-
tional comparisons of air quality and emissions are
also contained in this report. This report also includes
a section, Air Quality Levels in Metropolitan Statistical
Areas (MSAs). Its purpose is to provide interested
members of the air pollution control community, the
private sector and the general public with  greatly sim-
plified air pollution information. Air quality statistics are
presented for each of the pollutants for all MSAs with
data in 1991.

Keywords: *Air quality, 'Air pollution standards, 'Emis-
sion  factors,  trends,  Concentration(Composition),
Study estimates, Statistical analysis, Carbon monox-
ide,  Lead(Metal), Nitrogen  dioxide, Ozone, Particu-
lates,  Sulfur  dioxide,  Metropolitan areas,  Regional
analysis, Tables(Data), Graphs(Charts), 'Emission in-
ventories, National Ambient Air Quality Standards, Na-
tional Air Monitoring Sites(NAMS).
PB93-144004/REB                PC E99/MF E99
PR Notices 86-1 through 86-5.
Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC.
Office of Pesticide Programs.
1986,38p-in5v
Set includes PB93-144012 through PB93-144053.

No abstract available.
PB93-144012/REB                PC A01/MF A01
PR Notice 86-1. Notice to Manufacturers, Formula-
tors, Producers and Registrants of Pesticides.
Environmental Protection Agency,  Washington,  DC.
Office of Pesticide Programs.
Feb 66,4p EPA/540/09-93/244
See also Part 2, PB93-144020.
Also available in  set of 5 reports PC E99/MF E99,
PB93-144004,

The document is one in the series of 'Pesticide Regu-
latory Notices', usually called 'PR Notices', which sup-
plement the laws and regulations governing pesticide
regulation in the US. These notices clarify, interpret
and explain regulatory requirements and policies. They
are directed at pesticide registrants and other parties
interested In detailed procedures of regulation. Under
Section 408 of the Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic
Act (FFDCA), fees may be charged to cover the cost of
processing tolerance petitions. The purpose of this PR
Notice is to announce new Agency procedures regard-
ing the submission of fees associated with tolerance
petitions.

Keywords:   'Pesticides,  'Notification  procedures,
'Regulations, US EPA, Requirements, United States,
Implementation,     Law(Jurisprudence),      Fees,
Tolerances(Physiology), 'Registration, Federal Insec-
ticide Fungicide and Rodenticide Act, Federal Food
Drug and Cosmetic Act.
PB93-144020/REB                PC A01/MF A01
PR Notice 86-2. Notice to Manufacturers, Formula-
tors, Producers and Registrants of Pesticides.
Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC.
Office of Pesticide Programs.
Mar 86,5p EPA/540/09-93/243
See  also Part  1, PB93-144012 and  Part 3, PB93-
144038.
Also available in set of  5 reports PC E99/MF E99,
PB93-144004.

The document is one in the series of 'Pesticide Regu-
latory Notices', usually called 'PR Notices', which sup-
plement the laws and regulations governing pesticide
regulation in the US. These notices clarify, interpret
and explain regulatory requirements and policies. They
are directed at pesticide registrants and other parties
interested in  detailed procedures of regulation. The
purpose of this PR Notice is to draw attention to and
summarize  the  requirements to maintain  records im-
posed under section 8 of the Federal Insecticide, Fun-
gicide, and Rodenticide Act (FIFRA), sections 408 and
409  of the Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic  Act
(FFDCA), and regulations thereunder (40 C.F.R. 169.2
and 160.195).

Keywords:  'Pesticides,  'Regulations,  'Notification
procedures. Requirements, Records management,
Law(Jurisprudence),  United States, US EPA, National
government, 'Registration, Federal Insecticide Fungi-
cide and Rodenticide Act, Federal Food Drug and Cos-
metic Act.
PB93-144038/REB                PC A01/MF A01
PR Notice 86-3. Notice to Producers, Registrants,
and Formulators.
Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC.
Office of Pesticide Programs.
Mar 86,4p EPA/540/09-93/242
See also  Part 2, PB93-144020 and Part 4, PB93-
144046.
Also available in set of 5 reports PC E99/MF E99,
PB93-144004.

The document is one in the series of 'Pesticide Regu-
latory Notices', usually called 'PR Notices', which sup-
plement the laws and regulations governing pesticide
regulation in the US. These notices clarify, interpret
and explain regulatory requirements and policies. They
are directed at pesticide registrants and other parties
interested in detailed procedures of regulation. The
Pesticide  Data Submitters List is a compilation of
names and addresses of registrants who have indicat-
ed that they wish to be notified and offered compensa-
tion for use of their data, and was developed to assist
pesticide applicants in fulfilling  their obligation as re-
quired by sections 3(c)(1 )(D) and 3(c)(2)(D) of the Fed-
eral Insecticide,  Fungicide, and  Rodenticide  Act
(FIFRA), and Subpart E of 40 CFR Part 152.

Keywords:  'Pesticides,  'Notification   procedures,
'Regulations, Listings,  Requirements, United States,
Law(Jurisprudence), National government, 'Registra-
tion, Federal Insecticide Fungicide and  Rodenticide
Act
PB93-144046/REB
PC A02/MF A01
          Pestl-
     Istratlon.
     ington, DC.
PR Notice 86-4. Notice to Registrants of
cldes, and Applicants for Pesticide Reglstra
Environmental Protection Agency, Washingtc
Office of Pesticide Programs.
Apr 86,6p EPA/540/09-93/241
See also Part 3, PB93-144038 and Part  5, PB93-
144053.
Also available in set of 5 reports PC E99/MF E99,
PB93-144004.

The document is one In the series of 'Pesticide Regu-
latory Notices', usually called 'PR Notices', which sup-
plement the laws and regulations governing pesticide
regulation in the US. These notices clarify,  interpret
and explain regulatory requirements and policies. They
are directed at pesticide registrants and other parties
                  interested in detailed procedures of regulation. This
                  notice  announces  a new  Environmental  Protection
                  Agency (EPA) policy regarding incomplete  applica-
                  tions for registration of pesticides under section 3 of
                  the Federallnsecticide, Fungicide and Rodenticide Act
                  (FIFRA), 7 USC 136a et seq. This notice also specifies
                  new  requirements for submitting applications to the
                  Agency In order to implement this policy.

                  Keywords:  'Pesticides,  'Notification  procedures,
                  'Regulations, US EPA, Requirements, United States,
                  Implementation,  Law(Jurisprudence),  'Registration,
                  Federal Insecticide Fungicide and Rodenticide Act.
                  PB93-144053/REB                PC A03/MF A01
                  PR Notice B6-S. Notice to Producers, Formulators,
                  Distributors and Registrants.
                  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC.
                  Office of Pesticide Programs.
                  Jul86,19p EPA/540/09-93/240
                  See also Part 4, PB93-144046.
                  Also available in set of  5 reports PC E99/MF E99,
                  PB93-144004.

                  The document is one in the series of 'Pesticide Regu-
                  latory Notices', usually called 'PR Notices', which sup-
                  plement the laws and regulations governing pesticide
                  regulation in .the US. These  notices clarify, interpret
                  and explain regulatory requirements and policies. They
                  are directed at pesticide  registrants and other parties
                  interested in detailed procedures  of regulation. The
                  notice discusses data to  be submitted to the Environ-
                  mental Protection Agency (EPA) in a standard format.
                  This Notice also provides additional guidance about,
                  and illustrations of. the required formats.

                  Keywords:   'Pesticides,    'Notification  procedures,
                  •Regulations, Requirements,  United States, US EPA,
                  LawfJurisprudence),   Standardization,    Guidance,
                  •Registration, Formats, Federal Insecticide Fungicide
                  and Rodenticide Act.
                  PB93-144061/REB                PC A01/MF A01
                  PR Notice  87-2.  Notice to  Procedures,  Regis-
                  trants, and Formulators.
                  Environmental Protection Agency, Washington,  DC.
                  Office of Pesticide Programs.
                  12 May 87,4p EPA/540/09-93/247

                  The document is one in the series of 'Pesticide Regu-
                  latory Notices', usually called 'PR Notices', which sup-
                  plement the laws and regulations governing pesticide
                  regulation in the US. These notices clarify, interpret
                  and explain regulatory requirements and policies. They
                  are directed at pesticide registrants and other parties
                  interested in detailed procedures of regulation.

                  Keywords:  'Notification procedures,   'Pesticides,
                  •Regulations, US EPA, United States, Requirements,
                  LawfJurisprudence), National government 'Registra-
                  tion, Federal Insecticide Fungicide and  Rodenticide
                  Act.
PB93-144079/REB                PC A01/MF A01
PR Notice 87-3. Notice to Manufacturers, Formula-
tors,  Distributors and Registrants  of  Pesticide
Products.
Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC.
Office of Pesticide Programs.
Mar 87.5p EPA/540/09-93/248

The document is one in the series of 'Pesticide Regu-
latory Notices', usually called 'PR Notices', which sup-
plement the laws and regulations governing pesticide
regulation in the US. These notices clarify, Interpret
and explain regulatory requirements and policies. They
are directed at pesticide registrants  and other parties
interested in detailed procedures of regulation.  This
notice announces a policy whereby registrants of pes-
ticide products containing certain active ingredients
may delete rotational crop restrictions  imposed  as a
result of the Issuance of Registration Standards. The
notice lists the pesticides for which the statements
may be deleted. Applications to amend registrations
are not required to accomplish the revision.

Keywords:  'Pesticides.  'Notification  procedures,
•Regulations,  Crop production,  Standards,  United
States, Requirements,  LawfJurisprudence), National
government, US EPA, •Registration, Federal Insecti-
cide Fungicide and Rodenticide Act.
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PB93-144087/REB               PC A03/MF A01
PR Notice 87-5. Notice to Manufacturer*, Formula-
tors and Registrants of Pesticides.
Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC.
Office of Pesticide Programs.
May 87,43p EPA/540/09-93/250

The document is one in the series of 'Pesticide Regu-
latory Notice', usually called 'PR Notices', which sup-
plement the laws and regulations governing pesticide
regulation in the  US. These notices clarify, interpret
and explain regulatory requirements and policies. They
are directed at pesticide registrants and other parties
interested in detailed procedures of regulation.

Keywords: 'Pesticides, 'Regulations, 'United States,
Labels, Requirements, Government policies, Instruc-
tions, Manufacturers, Registrants, Notices.


PB93-144095/REB               PC A02/MF A01
PR Notice 87-6. Notice to Manufacturers, Formula-
tors,  Procedures, and Registrants of  Pesticide
Products.
Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC.
Office of Pesticide Programs.
May 87,8p EPA/540/09-93/251

The document is one in the series of 'Pesticide Regu-
latory Notices', usually called 'PR Notices', which sup-
plement the laws and regulations governing pesticide
regulation in the  US. These notices clarify, interpret
and explain regulatory requirements and policies. They
are directed at pesticide registrants and other parties
interested in detailed procedures of regulation. This
notice announces certain policies designed to reduce
the potential for adverse effects from the use of pesti-
cide products containing toxic Inert ingredients. The
agency Is encouraging the use of the least toxic inert
ingredient available and requiring the development of
data necessary to determine the conditions of safe use
of products containing toxic inert ingredients. In sup-
port of these policies, the Agency has categorized
inert ingredients according to toxicity.

Keywords:  'Pesticides,  'Regulations,  'Notification
procedures, Toxicology, United States, Requirements,
Law(Jurisprudence). US EPA, National government,
 Registration, Federal Insecticide Fungicide and Ro-
denticideAct.


PB93-144111/REB               PCA11/MFA03
Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC.
Technology Innovation Office.
Synopses of Federal Demonstrations of Innova-
tive Sits Remediation Technologies.
Federal Remediation Technologies Roundtable.
Aug 92,233p' EPA/542/B-92/003
See also PB91-921284. Sponsored by Environmental
Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Technology Inno-
vation Office

The collection of abstracts, compiled by the Federal
Remediation Technology Roundtable,  describes field
demonstrations of  innovative technologies to treat
hazardous waste. This document updates and  ex-
pands information presented in the first edition of  the
collection which was published in 1991. The collection
« intended to be an Information resource for hazard-
ous waste site project managers  for assessing  the
availability and viability of innovative technologies for
treating contaminated ground water, soils, and sludge.
This document represents a starting point in the review
of technologies available for application to hazardous
waste sites. This compendium should not be looked
upon as a sole source for this information - it does  not
represent all innovative technologies nor all technolo-
gy demonstrations performed by these agencies. Only
Federally sponsored studies and demonstrations that
have testedinnovattve remedial technologies with site
specific wastes under realistic conditions as a part of
large pilot- or full-scale field demonstrations are Includ-
ed. Those studies included represent all that were pro-
vided to the Federal Remediation Technology Round-
table at the time of publication. Information collection
efforts are ongoing.

Keywords: 'Technology Innovation, 'Remedial action,
 Hazardous materials, 'Waste treatment Land pollu-
«on control,  Federal agencies, Waste management,
Abstracts,  Information transfer, Water pollution con-
trol, Biological treatment  Physical treatment,  Heat
treatment Cost analysis, Ground water, Soil  treat-
ment Sludge treatment, Reviews, Field tests, Perform-
ance  evaluation, Extraction,  'Innovative  treatment
technologies, Cleanup  operations,  Chemical treat-
ment, Son washing.
PB93-144129/REB               PCA11/MFA03
OSWER  Source  Book. Volume  2. Training  and
Technology Transfer Resources,  1992-1993.
Environmental Protection  Agency,  Washington,  DC.
Office of Solid Waste and Emergency Response.
Sep 92,236p EPA/542/B-92/005B
See also Volume 1, PB93-143980.

Volumes  I and II of The OSWER Source Book provide
information on the many training courses, publications,
videotapes,  and information  systems and  software
available to support  EPA staff, State and local agen-
cies, and others involved in  managing the Nation's
hazardous and solid waste programs. The Office of
Solid Waste and Emergency Response's (OSWER)
Technology Innovation Office (TIO) has  compiled list-
ings of the most significant training and technology
transfer resources available to assist individuals  with
the responsibility for accomplishing OSWER's mission.
Volume II contains frequently requested OSW publica-
tions,  including those that address  municipal solid
waste  and recycling. This second volume of  The
Source Book Is new for this edition, and provides much
additional Information compared to the earlier version.

Keywords: 'Technology transfer, *> lazardous materi-
als,  'Waste  management,  'Superfund,  'Training,
'Bibliographies, Training devices. Training programs,
Documents,  Information transfer,  Education,  Data
bases, Video tapes. Information systems,  Municipal
wastes, Waste recycling, Permits, State government
Personnel development, Technical assistance, 'Office
of Solid Waste and Emergency Response,  Resource
Conservation and Recovery Act, Comprehensive Envi-
ronmental Response Compensation and Liability Act.
PB93-144137/REB               PC A04/MF A01
Environmental Protection Agency, Research Triangle
Park, NC. Atmospheric Research and Exposure As-
sessment Lab.
Evaluation of POHC and PIC Screening Methods.
Southern Research Inst., Birmingham, AL
R. E. Adams, R. H. James, and D. S. Welnberg. Jan 93,
62pEPA/600/R-93/004
Contract EPA-68-02-4442
See also PB90-116930 and PB-293 795. Sponsored
by Environmental Protection Agency, Research Trian-
gle Park, NC. Atmospheric Research and Exposure
Assessment Lab.                   •   .

The analysis of incinerator effluents often focuses on
the analysis of one or a few compounds as principal or-
ganic hazardous constituents (POHCs) and on  prod-
ucts of incomplete combustion (PICs) to provide cov-
erage for other compounds. Recent studies have pro-
posed a risk-driven, tiered-analysls protocol to charac-
terize combustion effluents. The testing of screening
protocols for  the measurement of organic emissions
from incinerators can be divided into three categories:
volatile, semivolatile, and nonvolatile. This study has
concentrated on the semivolatile and nonvolatile cate-
gories of organic emissions, Samples were obtained
from incinerator tests or were prepared as laboratory
spike samples. Method evaluations were based on two
types of samples, These were laboratory spiked sam-
ples to provide coverage of compounds of interest and
field samples from incinerator tests. Incinerator sam-
ples were extracted and analyzed by QRAV,  TCO,
HPLC/UV, and GC/MS techniques. The other group of
samples consisted of three split MM-5 trains. These
were extracted and analyzed by GRAV, TCO, HPLC/
UV, GC/MS, and HPLC/MS techniques.

Keywords:  'Combustion efficiency, 'Air pollution de-
tection,  'Organic compounds, 'Incineration,  'Waste
disposal, 'Hazardous  materials, Gas analysis,  Per-
formance evaluation, Toxic substances, Alternatives,
Sample preparation, Gas chromatography, Chromatc-
grapnlc  analysis, Mass spectroscopy,   Gravimetric
analysis, Extraction, Ultraviolet spectroscopy, Air pol-
lution sampling, Total chromatographable organic de-
termination, High performance liquid chromatography,
PB83-144145/REB               PC A04/MF A01
Environmental Protection Agency, Research Triangle
Park, NC. Source Methods Research Branch.
Volatile Organic Sampling Train Soot Interference
Report
Midwest Research Inst., Kansas City, MO.
G. Hinshaw, F. W. Wilshire, and L. D. Johnson. Jan 93,
73pEPA/600/R-92/208
Contract EPA-68-02-4463
Sponsored by Environmental Protection Agency, Re-
search Triangle Park, NC.  Source Methods Research
Branch.

The  U.S. Environmental  Protection  Agency  uses
Method 0030, the Volatile  Organic Sampling  Train
(VOST), as a tool in determining the destruction and
removal efficiencies of industrial boilers co-firing haz-
ardous  waste. Recently,  concerns have  been ex-
pressed over possible measurement biases due to
soot deposits within the VOST. A laboratory study was
initiated to investigate the collection efficiency of the
method under sooty conditions. Method collection effi-
ciency was evaluated by  comparing volatile organic
compound (VOC) levels in a control VOST (free of soot
contamination) to VOC levels recovered while using a
soot-laden paniculate filter in the VOST probe assem-
bly. VOCs were evaluated over the range of boiling
points covered by the VOST method.

Keywords: 'Volatile organic  compounds, 'Waste dis-
posal, 'Air samplers, 'Air pollution sampling, 'Hazard-
ous materials, 'Soot, Performance evaluation,  Com-
parison, Incinerators, Combustion efficiency, Design
criteria,            Chemical             analysis,
Concentration(Composition),  Filters,  Boilers,   Fur-
naces, Air pollution detection, EPA method 0030.
PB93-1441S2/REB               PC A12/MF A03
Environmental Protection Agency, Research Triangle
Park,  NC. Atmospheric Research and Exposure As-
sessment Lab.
Analysis of Acid Precipitation Samples Collected
by State Agencies. Sampling  Period: January-De-
cember 1990. Annual rept.
Global Geochemistry Corp., Canoga Park, CA.
L. S. Shepard. Feb 92,254p EPA/600/R-93/006
Contract EPA-68-02-4454
See also PB90-191784. Sponsored by Environmental
Protection Agency, Research Triangle Park, NC. At-
mospheric Research and Exposure Assessment Lab.

The report presents analytical data from the 30 acid
precipitation collection sites in the  State-Operated
Network. Samples are collected weekly in plastic bag
liners and shipped in  500 mL polyethylene bottles  to
Global Geochemistry  Corporation (the central labora-
tory for the network). This report contains maps show-
Ing the location of each site, plots of analytical data,
tables of all field and  analytical data, plots comparing
field and laboratory pH and conductivity, and informa-
tion on  data quality.  Samples are analyzed for pH,
strong acid,  conductivity,  fluoride,  chloride,  nitrite,
phosphate,  bromide,  nitrate,  sulfate,  ammonium,
sodium,  potassium, calcium, and magnesium.  The
central laboratory  renders technical assistance to the
collection sites on problems concerning pH and con-
ductivity. Each of  the 10 participating state agencies
receives analytical reports  for the samples analyzed
the previous month. Analyte concentration data are
put on tape for later inclusion in the Acid Deposition
System (ADS) Data Base.

Keywords:  'Acid  rain,  'Precipitation(Meteorology),
'Air pollution sampling, 'Site surveys, Graphs(Charts),
State           agencies,           Tables(Data),
Concentration(Composition),    pH,    Conductivity,
Sodium,  Ammonium,  Sulfates,  Nitrates, Field tests,
Fluorides, Chlorides, Nitrites, Phosphates,  Bromides,
Potassium,   Calcium,  Magnesium,   Experimental
design.
PB93-144202/REB               PC A05/MF A01
Technical Guidance Manual for Performing Waste
Load Allocations. Book 3: Estuaries. Part 4: Criti-
cal Review of Coastal Embayment and Estuarlne
Waste Load Allocation Modeling.
Environmental Research Lab., Athens, GA. Center for
Exposure Assessment Modeling.
R. B. Ambrose, P, L Freedman, D. W. Dilks, and B. A.
Monson. Aug 92,77p EPA/623/R-92/005
See also PB92-231752. Prepared in cooperation with
LTI, Ann Arbor, Ml.

The document is the third of a series of manuals pro-
viding Information and guidance for the preparation of
waste load allocations. This part summarizes several
historical case studies, with critical review by noted ex-
perts. The reader should refer to the preceding parts
for Information on model processes, available models,
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  and guidance to monitoring and calibration. The tech-
  weal guidance is comprehensive and state-of-the-art
  Case studies of applications serve as the best teacher
  of the proper and improper use of this technical, guid-
  ance. In this part are.one freshwater embayment study
  and three estuarine studtes where models were used
  for waste load allocation.

  Keywords: 'Manuals. 'Water pollution control, 'Water
  quality  standards, 'Water flow, 'Estuaries, 'Waste
  water, 'Mathematical models. Guidelines, Hydrodyna-
  mics, Marine biology, Coastal regions, Case studies,
  Phytoplankton, Water altocation(Policy). Great Lakes,
  Potomac Estuary, Saginaw Bay. Manasquan Estuary.
  Calcasieu River Estuary.


  PB93-144210/REB              PCA16/MFA03
  Proceedings of  the National Conference (3rd):
  Water  Quality Standards for the 21st Century-
  Hew In Las Vegas, Nevada on August 31-Septem-
  DW 3, 1992-
  Environmental Protection Agency. Washington, DC.
  Office of Science and Technology.
  Dec 92.362p EPA/823/R-92/009
  See also PB92-231828.

  Contents: Applying EPA's Risk-Based Approach and
  Commitment to Sound Science to WQC/WQS Priority
  Setting; Life After Toxics: What Direction Now; Biotogi-
  caJ Measures: Can and Should They be Implemented;
  CSOs/Wet Weather  Are  Today's WQC Relevant;
  Whole Effluent Toxfcity; Re-examining Independent
  Applicability; Human Health Risk Management Who
  Should We Protect; Sediment Management Policy De-
  dsfonsrAdvocates Forum; Ecotogeal Risk Assess-
  ment; Human  Health  Risk Assessment Reviewing
  EPA Guidelines; WQS for Ephemeral and Effluent-De-
  pendent Streams; Additional  Comments-Ecological
  Risk Assessment Comments.

  Keywords:  'Meetings, 'Water quality  standards.
  'Water pollution standards, Waste water. Toxic sub-
  stances.Aquatic biology. Biological effects. Water pol-
  lution effects.  Water  pollution  control, Combined
  sewers,  US EPA, Environmental policy, Ecology. Risk
  assessment. Overflows, Storm water, runoff. Toxicity.
  Pollution regulations, Public health. 'Water quality cri-
  teria. Independent applicability, Biological criteria.


 PB93-144277/REB               PCA07/MFA02
 Effects  of  Livestock Wastes on Small minds
 Streams: Lower Kaskaskia River Basin and Upper
 Unto Wabash River Basins, Summer 1991.
 IKnote^te Bwronmental Protection Agency, Spring-
 field. Div. of Water Pollution Control.
 R. l_ Hfte, C. A. Bickers. M. M. King, and D. W.
 Brockamp. JU 92,149p IEPA/WPC/92-114
 Prepared in  cooperation with  Southern Monitoring,
 Marion, IL

 In early  1991. the Illinois Environmental Protection
 Agency (IEPA) initiated an investigation  to evaluate
 livestock waste runoff in southern Illinois. The primary
 objectives of this  survey were to document stream
 quality knpatfments caused by livestock waste runoff,
 and ultimately, the need for better waste management
 practices, waste management  systems, and funding
 for such systems. Information provided by Soil Conser-
 vation Service (SCS) and IEPA Agricultural staff identi-
 fied an area in Clinton and Bond Counties in the Kas-
 kaskia River basin and several upper LittJe Wabash
 River basin tributaries in Effingham and Cumberland
 Counties as candidate project areas.

 Keywords:  "Water  pollution   effects,   'Manures,
 •Animal wastes, *Water quality.  'Waste management,
 •Livestock, Kaskaskia  River Basin. Wabash  River
 Basm, Illinois. Streams. Surface waters. Watersheds,
Water pollution sampling, Water chemistry. Runoff,
Aquatic   animals,  Habitats.  Sediments,  Southern
Region(lllinois).
                                                    The report provides the results from a program to
                                                    evaluate a set of heated fuel injectors on an M100-
                                                    fueled vehicle in an attempt to lower cold start emis-
                                                    sions of unbumed fuel and carbon monoxide and to
                                                    improve cold startability and driveability. This technolo-
                                                    gy was evaluated at several different temperatures.

                                                    Keywords: 'Motor vehicle engines, 'Methane! fuels,
                                                    'Exhaust emissions, 'Fuel injection systems, Carbon
                                                    monoxide, Temperature dependence, Engine tests,
                                                    Automotive fuels. Temperature effects. Fuel injectors,
                                                    Controllers.
                                                    PB93-144368/REB              PCA02/MFA01
                                                    Pesticide Fact Sheet Number 2O2: Amltrote.
                                                    Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC.
                                                    Office of Pesticide Programs.
                                                    Dec 92,8p EPA/540/FS-93/239
                                                    See also PB87-108874 and PB87-187175.

                                                    The document contains up-to-date chemical informa-
                                                    tion, including a summary of the Agency's regulatory
                                                    position and rationale, on a specific pesticide or group
                                                    of pesticides. The Fact Sheet is issued on Amitrole for
                                                    issuance of each special review document

                                                    Keywords:  'Pesticides,  'Toxic substances, Amines,
                                                    Toxicology,  Ecology. Regulations. Herbicides.  Bio-
                                                    chemistry, Risk assessment, Reviews, 'Chemical In-
                                                    formation Fact Sheet. 'Amitrole. Triazole/amino, Use
                                                    patterns, Science findings, CAS 61-82-5, Federal In-
                                                    secticide Fungicide and Rcdenticide Act
                                                    PB93-144376/REB               PCA03/MFA01
                                                    Conversion of Methanol-Fueled 16-Varve, 4-Cylln-
                                                    der Engine  to Operation on Gaseous  2H2/CO
                                                    FueL Interim Report 4. Technical rept
                                                    Environmental Protection Agency, Arm  Arbor, Ml.
                                                    Technology Development Group.
                                                    R. M. Schaefer, F. J. Hamady, and J. C. Martin. Sep 92.
                                                    27p EPA/AA/TDG-92/06

                                                    The report describes progress to date on a project to
                                                    convert a Nissan CA18DE engine previously modified
                                                    for operation on M100 neat methanol to operation on
                                                    dissociated methanol (2H2/CO) gaseous fuel. This
                                                    engine was operated on both M100 and simulated dis-
                                                    sociated  methanol (67 percent hydrocarbon and 33
                                                    percent carbon monoxide) fuels. This report describes
                                                    recent modffications made to the engine and fuel deliv-
                                                  .  ety system and summarizes the results from recent
                                                   Keywords: 'Gas engines, 'Methanol fuels. 'Natural
                                                   gas, 'Motor vehicle  engines, 'Exhaust emissions,
                                                   Engine tests, Automotive fuels, Performance evalua-
                                                   tion. Carbon monoxide. Fueflng systems. Fuel injec-
                                                   tors.
PB93-144350/REB               PCA03/MFA01
Evaluation  of Resistrvefy Heated Fuel Injection
Technology to Reduce Cold Start Emissions and
Assist Starttatg/Ditveaway of  a Uetnanol-Fueled
Vehicle. Technical rept
Environmental Protection Agency, Ann Arbor, Ml. Con-
trol Technology and Applications Branch.
G. K. Piolrowski, and R. M. Schaefer. Mar 92.22p
EPA/AA/CTAB-92/02
 PB93-14SS89/REB               PCA05/MFA01
 Technologies and Options for UST Corrective Ac-
 tions: Overview of Current Practice.
 Environmental Protection Agency. Washington. DC.
 Office of Underground Storage Tanks.
 Aug 92.91p EPA/542/R-92/010
 See also PB88-241856.

 A number of ex-situ and in-situ technologies are cur-
 rently being used across the U.S. to treat petroleum
 contaminated media and debris generated at leaking
 underground  storage tank (UST) corrective  action
 sites. The objectives of this study are: to examine the
 current level of use of corrective action treatment tech-
 nologies at leaking underground storage tank sites; to
 summarize experience with these  technologies as
 documented in the literature in terms of treatment effi-
 ciency, relationship of performance to key operating
 parameters, and costs; and to summarize current state
 requirements that may affect the selection of technol-
 ogies.


 Keywords:  'Technology  innovation.  'Underground
 storage, 'Storage tanks, 'Petroleum products, 'Re-
 medial action, *Land pollution control, Alternatives.
Technology utilization, Leakage,  Environment man-
agement, In-situ processing. Crude 08, Earth fills, Soil
treatment Heat treatment. Sites, Water pollution con-
trol Stoppers. Ex-situ processing. Cleanup operations,
soil washing.
                                                  PB93-145597/REB               PC A04/MF A01
                                                  Restoration  Potential of  Diked Estuarine  Wet-
                                                  lands In Washington and Oregon. Phase 2: Identi-
                                                  fication of Candidate Sites in Puget Sound.
                                                  Environmental  Protection  Agency,   Seattle,   WA.
                                                  Region X.
                                                  Jul 90,67p EPA/910/9-92/033
                                                  See also PB89-136097.

                                                  Under the auspices of the Clean Water Act, Section
                                                  404, one of the missions of the U.S. Environmental
                                                  Protection Agency (EPA) is to enhance and protect
                                                  wetland resources. In EPA Region 10, specifically in
                                                  the Puget Sound area, there is opportunity to enhance
                                                  aquatic resources by restoring some of the thousands
                                                  of acres of wetlands that have been historically diked.
                                                  The objectives of Work Assignment 24 is to field identi-
                                                  fy and prioritize areas in Puget Sound and the Straits of
                                                  Juan  de Fuca that were tidally influenced wetlands
                                                  which are now either not functioning as wetlands or
                                                  are providing limited wetland functions due to  dike
                                                  construction. This report is the field confirmation of the
                                                  non-field data compiled in Phase I. The objective of the
                                                  Phase I study was to identify areas in Washington and
                                                  Oregon that (1) once were estuarine wetlands but are
                                                  not currently functioning as such due to dike construc-
                                                  tion; (2) were greater than five acres in size; and (3)
                                                  may be suitable for restoration.

                                                  Keywords: 'Estuaries, 'Remedial  action, 'Wetlands,
                                                  'Site surveys, 'Water pollution control, Puget Sound,
                                                  Oregon, Washington(State),  Clean Water Act,  Field
                                                  tests.  Feasibility studies,  Environmental protection,
                                                  Dikes, Water quality management. Reconnaissance,
                                                  Criteria, EPA region 10.
PB93-145605/REB               PC A04/MF A01
Environmental  Protection  Agency,   Seattle,  WA.
Region X.
Model Pollution Prevention Plan for the Kraft Seg-
ment of the Pulp and Paper Industry.
Science Applications International Corp.,  Olympia,

Sep 92,75p EPA/910/9-92/030
Contract EPA-68-C8-0062
Prepared in cooperation with Amendola Engineering,
Inc., Lakewood, OH. Sponsored by Environmental Pro-
tection Agency, Seattle, WA. Region X.

The document provides a generic process-by-process
assessment of pollution prevention opportunities for
the Kraft segment of the pulp and paper industry. The
process areas  covered  are: wood yard operations,
pulping and chemical recovery, pulp bleaching, pulp
drying and papermaking, and wastewater treatment
These process areas are further broken down by spe-
cific process (e.g., oxygen deHgnification as one spe-
cific process under the pulping and chemical recovery
area). For each specific process there is a description,
a cost estimate, a discussion of applicability, and esti-
mate of environmental benefits, and  a list of refer-
ences.

Keywords: 'Pollution abatement,  'Paper  industry,
'Kraft paper, 'Surfate pulping, 'Environmental protec-
tion, Bleaching, Paper mills, Papermaking, Waste man-
agement, Industrial wastes, Cost analysis, Water pollu-
tion abatement Air pollution abatement, Waste water,
Chemical compounds. Storm water,  Wood wastes,
EPA region 10.
                                                                                                    PB93-145613/REB               PC A04/MF A01
                                                                                                    Environmental  Protection  Agency,   Seattle,   WA.
                                                                                                    Region X.
                                                                                                    Pollution I
        i Prevention for the Kraft Pulp and Paper
Industry.
Science Applications International Cofp.,  Olympia,
WA.
Sep 92,52p EPA/910/9-92/031
Contract EPA-68-C8-0062
Sponsored by Environmental Protection Agency, Seat-
tle, WA Region X.

The document is an annotated bibliography of publica-
tions related  to pollution prevention in the Kraft seg-
ment of the pulp and paper industry. It is organized by
process area as follows: chip preparation, chemical
pulping, pulp washing, bleaching, chemical recovery.
recausticizing, power generation,  wastewater  treat-
ment papermaking, and general plant The document
contains 269 citations.
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                                                EPA  PUBLICATIONS BIBLIOGRAPHY
Keywords: 'Pollution abatement, 'Paper  industry,
'Kraft paper, 'Sulfate pulping, 'Environmental protec-
tion, 'Bibliographies, Papermaking, Paper mills,  Air
pollution abatement. Electric power generation, Mate-
rials recovery. Wood chips. Washing, Water pollution
abatement, Waste  management,  Chemical  com-
pounds, Recausticizing, EPA region 10.
PB93-145621/REB               PC A02/MF A01
Babcock and  Wilcox Cyclone  Furnace Vitrifica-
tion. Technology Demonstration Summary.
Environmental Protection Agency, Cincinnati, OH. Risk
Reduction Engineering Lab.
Sep 92,8p EPA/540/SR-92/017
See  also PB92-222215,  PB92-222223, and  PB93-
122315.

A Superfund Innovative Technology Evaluation (SITE)
Demonstration  of the Babcock and Wilcox Cyclone
Furnace Vitrification Technology was conducted in No-
vember 1991.  This Demonstration occurred  at the
Babcock  and Wilcox  (B  and W) Alliance Research
Center (ARC) in Alliance, OH. The  B and W cyclone
furnace may be used for thermal treatment of  soils
contaminated  with organics, metals,  and radionu-
clktes. The cyclone furnace is designed to destroy or-
ganic contaminants and to immobilize metals and ra-
dronudides in a vitrified soil matrix (slag).

Keywords: 'Technology innovation, 'Soil  treatment,
'Hazardous materials, 'Vitrification, 'Radioactive ma-
terials. Soil contamination, Performance evaluation,
Organic compounds. Metals,  Radioisotopes, Immobili-
zation, Slags, Economic analysis,  'Superfund Innova-
tive Technology Evaluation Program, *B and W cy-
clone furnace, Babcock and Wilcox Alliance Research
Center.
PB93-145639/REB               PC A02/MF A01
Horsehead  Resource  Development  Company,
Inc,  Flame  Reactor  Technology. Technology
Demonstration Summary.
Environmental Protection Agency, Cincinnati, OH. Risk
Reduction Engineering Lab.
Oct 92.8p EPA/540/S5-91 /005
SeealsoPB92-213214.

Under the Superfund Innovative Technology Evalua-
tion (SITE) program, the Horsehead Resource Devel-
opment Company,  Inc., (HRD) Flame Reactor was
evaluated during a series of test runs. The tests were
conducted at the HRD facility in Monaca, PA, using 72
tons of secondary lead smelter soda slag (waste feed)
from the National Smelting and Refining Company,
Inc., site in Atlanta, GA. The  waste  feed contained
lead, zinc, iron, and many other metals and inorganic
compounds. This summary includes an overview of the
demonstration, a technology description, analytical re-
sults, and conclusions.

Keywords: 'Waste treatment, 'Technology innovation,
'Slags,  'Hazardous materials,  Heat  treatment, Per-
formance evaluation, Metals, Inorganic compounds,
Design criteria, Mass balance, Cost analysis, Air pollu-
tion sampling, Quality assurance, 'Superfund Innova-
tive Technology Evaluation Program, *HRD flame  re-
actor, Horsehead Resource Development Company.
PB93-145654/REB               PC A05/MF A01
Clean Water Act (Section 319): An Evaluation of
Program Implementation in Region 10.
Environmental  Protection  Agency,  Seattle,  WA.
Region X.
E. Barfeld. Sep 92,77p EPA/910/9-92/028
See also DE92016882.

Nonpoint source pollution, long overlooked in federal
water pollution regulation, has now become a center-
piece of pollution control efforts. Congress added Sec-
tion 319 - the nonpoint source management programs
section - to the  Clean Water Act in the 1987 Amend-
ments to demonstrate federal commitment to nonpoint
source control activities. Section 319(h) grant money,
provided by EPA to individual states, forms an integral
part of the federal nonpoint source program. EPA na-
tional and regional guidance give direction to the Sec-
tion 319(h) grant program. As an evolving federal pro-
gram Section 319 must carve out a niche  for itself in
relation to ongoing statewide nonpoint source control
efforts. This paper provides an analysis of the Section
319 program and the effectiveness of Section 319(h)-
funded projects  in protecting water quality in Region
10 states, which include Washington, Oregon, Idaho,
and Alaska. The report identifies characteristics of
successful  Section 319 projects, reviews selected
Section  319  projects, highlights  several important
issues surrounding the Section 319 program, and
makes recommendations for program improvement.

Keywords: 'Clean Water Act, 'Water pollution abate-
ment, * Nonpoint sources. Water pollution control,
State government, State implementation plans, Water
quality management,  National  government, Environ-
mental policy, *EPA region  10.
PB93-145662/REB               PC A04/MF A01
Environmental  Protection  Agency,  Seattle,  WA.
Region X.
Guidelines for Developing Risk-Based Cleanup
Levels at RCRA Sites In  Region 10.  Interim Final
rept
PRC Environmental Management, Inc., Seattle, WA.
S. M. Tumblom, S. G. Stubecki, and A. J. DeAngeles.
31 Mar 92,57p EPA/910/9-92/019
Contract EPA-69-W9-0009
Sponsored by Environmental Protection Agency, Seat-
tie, WA. Region X.

The guidance document provides procedures for de-
veloping human and ecological health-based cleanup
levels for contaminated sites undergoing corrective
action and clean closure under the Resource Conser-
vation and Recovery Act (RCRA). The procedures are
presented in a step-by-step approach intended for use
by U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) permit
writers and regulatory compliance officials. The analy-
sis presented here will enable RCRA site managers to
identify sites  for which  federal or state promulgated
action levels may be used as cleanup criteria, versus
sites requiring exposure-based risk calculations to ad-
dress site-specific problems. This document also de-
scribes situations that are likely to require expert tech-
nical assistance. Application of these procedures is in-
tended for RCRA sites where hazardous waste or haz-
ardous constituents have been released and where
contaminated environmental media (that is, soil,  sur-
face water, sediment, groundwater, or  air) and con-
taminant  concentrations  have  been  identified  by
means of environmental sampling and analysis.

Keywords:  'Remedial action, 'Hazardous materials,
'Risk assessment, 'Public health, 'Ecology,  'Waste
management Guidelines, Procedures, Environmental
health, Permits, Pollution regulations, Criteria, Expo-
sure, Environmental monitoring, Path of pollutants, US
EPA, Standards, 'Cleanup operations,  *EPA region
10, Resource Conservation and Recovery Act
 PB93-145670/REB               PC A05/MF A01
 Environmental  Protection  Agency,  Seattle,  WA.
 Region X.
 Pollution Prevention Opportunity Assessment and
 Implementation Plan. For Simpson Tacoma  Kraft
 Company, Tacoma, Washington.
 Science  Applications  International Corp.,  Olympia,
 WA.
 Aug 92,88p EPA/910/9-92/027
 Contract EPA-68-C8-0062
 Prepared in cooperation with Amendola Engineering,
 Inc., Lakewood, OH. Sponsored by Environmental Pro-
 tection Agency, Seattle, WA. Region X.

 The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) in coop-
 eration with the Simpson Tacoma Kraft Mill(Simpson)
 and the  Washington State Department of Ecology
 (Ecology) conducted a study of the opportunities for
 pollution  prevention at Simpson's Tacoma Mill. Feasi-
 ble process alternatives were identified and evaluated
 for implementation by reviewing major process areas
 and equipment at the Mill using on-site observations,
 interviewing plant personnel, and evaluating emission
 and discharge estimates for the Toxics Release Inven-
 tory (TRI) data. Several recommendations were  put
 forward for Simpson to develop and implement an  on-
 going  pollution prevention program and for specific
 process  modifications to attain pollution prevention
 benefits.  Based upon these recommendations, Simp-
 son developed an implementation plan which contains
 a commitment to make short-term and long-term proc-
 ess modifications. EPA will use this plan for the pulp
 and paper industry. Ecology and Simpson will use  the
 plan as a partial fulfillment of the State's requirement
 for a pollution prevention plan under Ecology's hazard-
 ous waste law. This is a good example of a public/pri-
 vate cooperative venture that has benefits to a compa-
 ny, the government and the environment
Keywords: 'Pollution abatement, 'Paper mills, 'Paper
industry,  'Hazardous  materials, 'Environment man-
agement, State implementation plans, Alternatives,
Revisions, US EPA, Sulfate pulping, Waste manage-
ment, Air pollution abatement, Water pollution abate-
ment,  Materials  recovery,  Equipment,  Simpson
Tacoma Kraft Company, Waste minimization, Pollution
Prevention Act of 1990,  Tacoma(Washington), EPA
region 10, Source reduction.
PB93-145688/REB               PC A03/MF A01
Manual for the Certification of Laboratories Ana-
lyzing Drinking Water. Criteria and  Procedures
Quality Assurance (Third Edition).
Environmental  Protection  Agency, Washington, DC.
Office of Drinking Water.
Sep 92,22p EPA/814/B-92/002
See also PB92-150390 and PB90-220500.

Contents:  Introduction; Responsibilities; Implementa-
tion-(Regional Laboratories and Programs; Principal
State Laboratories; Local Laboratories; Other Consid-
erations for Certification; Requirements for Maintaining
Certification Status; Criteria and Procedures for Down-
grading/Revoking Certification  Status; Reciprocity;
Training; Technical Services; and Alternate Analytical
Techniques); Chemistry-(Personnel;  Laboratory Fa-
cilities;  Laboratory Equipment  and  Instrumentation;
General Laboratory Practices; Analytical Methodology;
Sample Collection, Handling, and Preservation; Quality
Assurance; Records and Data Reporting; and Action
Response to Laboratory); Microbiology-(Personnel;
Laboratory Facilities; Laboratory Equipment and  In-
strumentation; General Laboratory Practices; Analyti-
cal Methodology; Sample Collection, Handling, and
Preservation; Quality Assurance; Records and  Data
Reporting; and Action Response to  Laboratory); Ra-
diochemistry-(Personnel; Laboratory Facilities; Labo-
ratory Equipment and Instrumentation; General Labo-
ratory Practices; Analytical Methodology; Sample Col-
lection, Handling, and  Preservation; Quality Assur-
ance; Records and  Data  Reporting; and Action Re-
sponse to Laboratory); Appendices.

Keywords: 'Potable water, 'Water analysis, 'Manuals,
'Water pollution detection, 'Laboratories, Quality as-
surance, Chemical analysis, Certification, Performance
testing, Criteria, Implementation, Requirements, Micro-
biology, Radiochemistry.
 PB93-145704/REB               PC A03/MF A01
 Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC.
 Office of the Assistant Administrator for Water.
 Technical Guidance Manual for Performing Waste
 Load Allocations. Book 3: Estuaries. Part 3. Use of
 Mixing Zone Models in Estuarine Waste Load Allo-
 cations.
 Cornell Univ., Ithaca, NY. DeFrees Hydraulics Lab.
 R. B. Ambrose, J. L Martin, and G. H. Jirka. Aug 92,
 49p EPA/823/R-92/004
 See also PB92-231745. Sponsored by Environmental
 Protection Agency,  Washington, DC. Office of the As-
 sistant Administrator for Water.

 The document is the third of a series of manuals pro-
 viding information and guidance for the preparation of
 waste load allocations. This document provides tech-
 nical information and guidance for the preparation of
 waste load allocations in estuaries. The document is
 divided  into four parts. This part describes the initial
 mixing of wastewater in estuarine and coastal environ-
 ments and mixing zone requirements. The important
 physical processes that  govern  the hydrodynamic
 mixing of aqueous discharges are detailed, followed by
 application of available models to four case study situ-
 ations.

 Keywords:  'Manuals, 'Water flow, 'Water pollution
 control, 'Water quality standards,  'Waste water, 'Es-
 tuaries,  'Mathematical models.  Toxic  substances,
 Guidelines, Water  allocation(Policy),  Environmental
 transport, Case studies, Coastal regions, Computer-
 ized simulation,  Hydrodynamics,  Ocean circulation,
 Clean Water Act, Industrial wastes, Expert systems,
 Mixing, Thermal effluents, Hydrology, 'Mixing zones.
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                                                 EPA PUBLICATIONS BIBLIOGRAPHY
PB93-145712/REB               PC A06/MF A02
Proceedings of the Midwest Pollution Control Bi-
ologists Meeting, 1991. Environmental Indicators:
Measurement and Assessment Endpoints. Held In
Llncolnwood, Illinois on March 19-22, 1991. Final
rept.
Environmental Protection Agency, Chicago, IL. Region

T. P. Simon, and W. S. Davis. Mar 92,121 p EPA/905/
R-92/003

The report consists of 10 papers representing a por-
tion of the 1991 presentations delivered at the Mid-
west Pollution Control Biologists Meeting,  Lincoln-
wood, Illinois, March 19-22,1991. Papers include tech-
nical research findings concerning  biocriteria,  non-
point sources, comparisons of methods, and behavior-
al toxicity observations.

Keywords: "Environmental  monitoring, 'Water pollu-
tion control,  'Meetings, 'Biological indicators, Water
pollution     effects(Animals),    Water    pollution
effects(Plants), Pollution  monitoring, Electromagnetic
fields, Freshwater fishes, Sediments, Algae, Annelida,
Insects, pH, Growth, Plankton.
PB93-146082/REB               PC A07/MF A02
Corvallis Environmental Research Lab., OR.
Global Ecosystems Database. Version 1.0 (on CD-
ROM). EPA Global  Climate Research  Program.
NOAA/NGDC Global Change  Database Program.
User's Guide. Volume 1. NGDC Key to Geophysi-
cal Records Documentation No. 26.
National Geophysical Data Center, Boulder, CO.
J. J. Kineman. Jun 92,138p EPA/600/R-92/194A
See also PB93-146090 and PB92-122803. Sponsored
by Corvallis Environmental Research Lab., OR.

The user's guide gives a complete description of the
overall project, including  management, research, de-
velopment, and review procedures that support the in-
tegration and improvement of this database, details of
the database structure, organization  of the CD-ROM,
information on  use with geographic  information sys-
tems, as well as information on links between the data-
base and global change characterization and model-
ing.

Keywords: 'Ecosystems, 'Data bases, Vegetative
index,  Climatic  changes,  Atmospheric temperature,
Precip	
ane,
                                                Preci
                                                ane,
   cipitation(Meteorology), Land use, Wetlands, Meth-
   >, Ecology, Albedo, Soils.
3cipitation(Meteorology), Land use, Wetlands, Meth-
e, Ecology, Albedo, Soils.
PB93-146090/REB               PCA11/MFA03
Corvallis Environmental Research Lab., OR.
Global Ecosystems Database. Version 1.0 (on CD-
ROM). EPA Global  Climate Research  Program.
NOAA/NGDC Global Change  Database Program.
Documentation Manual, DISC-A. Volume 1. NGDC
Key to Geophysical Records  Documentation No.
27.
National Geophysical Data Center, Boulder, CO.
J. J. Kineman, and M. A. Ohrenschall. Jun 92,247p
EPA/600/R-92/194B
See also PB93-146082. Sponsored by Corvallis Envi-
ronmental Research Lab., OR.

The Documentation Manual contains descriptive infor-
mation about each data-set and exact file descriptions
for each element in the data-set. The data-set descrip-
tions are structured according to a precise template
that is described  in detail below (DOCUMENTATION
TEMPLATE DEFINITIONS). The Data-Set Description
provides an in-depth identification and tracking of the
data-set and its technical properties, and gives key ref-
erences for the data-set. At the end of this description
is a summary of any Data Integration and Quality work
associated with the project. Such work may range from
simple format conversion to complicated re-structur-
ing, interpolation, and testing. A User's Guide is provid-
ed as a separate document. In addition to their printed
versions, the User's Guide and Documentation Manu-
als are  provided in computer-readable  form (bit-
mapped image format) on the CD-ROMs. Reprints of
the Primary References, including published journal ar-
ticles, if applicable, are provided separately from the
Documentation Manual as scanned image files on the
CD-ROM. Reprints are assembled from available re-
ports and publications, with permission from the au-
thors and publishers. Only  materials that are directly
relevant to documenting the data-sets are reproduced.

Keywords:  'Ecosystems,  'Data  bases, Vegetative
index,  Climatic changes,  Atmospheric  temperature,
                                                PB93-146108/REB              PC A02/MF A01
                                                PR Notice 87-7. Notice to Producers, Formulators
                                                and Registrants of Pesticides.
                                                Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC.
                                                Office of Pesticide Programs.
                                                Jun 87,8p EPA/540/09-93/252

                                                This document is one in the series of 'Pesticide Regu-
                                                latory Notices', usually called 'PR Notices', which sup-
                                                plement the laws and regulations governing pesticide
                                                regulation in the US. These notices clarify, interpret
                                                and explain regulatory requirements and policies. They
                                                are directed at pesticide registrants and other parties
                                                interested in detailed procedures of regulation.

                                                Keywords:   'Regulations, 'Pesticides, 'Notification
                                                procedures, Environmental policy,  Law enforcement,
                                                Requirements, Law(Jurisprudence), Toxic substances,
                                                Revisions,  US EPA,  Violations,  'Pesticide transfer,
                                                Registration, Federal Insecticide Fungicide and Ro-
                                                denticide Act.
PB93-146348/REB               PC A03/MF A01
Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC.
Review of EPA's Environmental Monitoring and
Assessment Program (EMAP). Interim Report.
National Research Council, Washington, DC. Water
Science and Technology Board.
Jun 92,36p
Contract EPA-68-CO-0082/C
See also PB91-191320 and PB92-103449. Sponsored
by Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC.

Review of EPA's Environmental Monitoring and As-
sessment Program (EMPA) is an interim report on the
committee's review of EPA's Environmental Monitor-
ing and Assessment Program (EMAP). The committee
endorses EPA's recognition that long-term ecological
monitoring and research are essential and that EPA's
statutory  responsibilities are  not  limited  to  human
health. The report concluded  that probability-based
sampling on a grid is an appropriate method of delin-
eating the extent and providing a periodically updated
survey of the nation's ecological resources. The com-
mittee also addresses questions concerning the ability
of EMAP to achieve its other major goals, i.e., the as-
sessment of status, the detection and characterization
of changes or trends in the status of the ecological re-
sources of the country, and the establishment of asso-
ciation between ecological condition and human-in-
duced stresses. Because of the many concerns and
substantive questions about the design and implemen-
tation of EMAP, the committee recommends that the
program not be fully implemented until further evalua-
tions are completed.

Keywords: 'Environmental monitoring, 'Environmen-
tal impact assessments, 'Ecosystems, Environmental
quality, US  EPA, Reviews, Man environment interac-
tions, Implementation, Trends, Environmental effects,
Sampling, Data processing, Interagency cooperation,
National  government,  Budgeting,  'Environmental
Monitoring and Assessment Program.
                                                PB93-146462/REB               PC A24/MF A04
                                                Motor Vehicle-Related Air Toxics Study. Draft rept.
                                                Environmental  Protection  Agency, Ann  Arbor,  Ml.
                                                Technical Support Staff.
                                                P. Brodowicz, P. Carey, R. Cook, and J. Somers. Dec
                                                92, 564p
                                                Supersedes PB88-115001.

                                                The report has been prepared in response to Section
                                                202 (1) of the Clean Air Act. Specific pollutants or pol-
                                                lutant categories which are discussed in the report in-
                                                clude benzene, formaldehyde, 1,3-butadiene, acetal-
                                                dehyde,  diesel and gasoline paniculate matter, and
                                                gasoline vapors as well as selected metals and motor
                                                vehicle-related pollutants identified in Section 112 of
                                                the Clean Air Act. The focus of the report is carcino-
                                                genic risk from the pollutants. The  study in the report
                                                attempts to summarize what is known about motor ve-
                                                hicle-related air toxics and to present all significant sci-
                                                entific opinion on each issue.

                                                Keywords: 'Risk assessment, 'Carcinogens,  'Auto-
                                                motive fuels,  'Public  health, Malignant  neoplasms,
                                                Automobiles, Air pollution. Exhaust emissions, Envi-
                                                ronmental  exposure, Participates,  Combustion prod-
                                                ucts,    Toxicology,    Atmospheric    chemistry,
Tables(Data), 'Air pollution effects(Human), Clean Air
Act, Integrated Air Cancer Project.


PB93-146793/REB               PC A09/MF A02
Corvallis Environmental Research Lab., OR. Office of
Research and Development.
Process  for  Regional Assessment of  Wetland
Risk. Summary rept.
ManTech Environmental Technology, Inc.,  Corvallis,
OR.
P. R. Adamus, and S. Leibowitz. Oct 92,180p EPA/
600/R-92/249
Contract EPA-68-C8-0006
Sponsored by Corvallis Environmental Research Lab.,
OR. Office of Research and Development.

The primary purpose of the report is to demonstrate a
process for prioritizing risks of wetland loss. It is in-
tended for use in regions where technical data are very
limited, or where the time or resources for obtaining
such data are very limited. Because of the unevenness
of the technical understanding of wetland functions in
many  regions,  there are often  instances  where re-
quired, routine decisions by agency staff must rely on
'Best Professional Judgement (BPJ). The report illus-
trates one means of formalizing  BPJ in the context of
risk assessment, using a process that incorporates
available literature and information from a panel of re-
gional experts.  The process is demonstrated through
an assessment of the risks to valued functions (e.g.,
wildlife production) as a result of wetland loss (through
both conversion and degradation) in the Prairie Pot-
hole Region of the United States) (PPR). The process
described in the report is intended to support ecologi-
cal risk assessment, in the sense that it facilitates a
priori determinations of probability that wetland func-
tional losses will occur if certain actions are taken.

Keywords: 'Wetlands, 'Risk assessment, 'Ecology,
'Water pollution  effects, Natural resources manage-
ment,  Regional analysis,  Information transfer, Wildlife,
Hydrology, Chemical compounds, Bioindicators, 'Best
Professional      Judgement,     Prairie    Pothole
Region(United States).
PB93-146827/REB               PC A03/MF A01
Environmental Protection Agency, Research Triangle
Park, NC. Atmospheric Research and Exposure As-
sessment Lab.
Methods for Analyzing Extreme Events Under Cli-
mate Change. Final rept.
National Center for Atmospheric Research, Boulder,
CO. Environmental and Societal Impacts Group.
R. W. Katz, and B. G. Brown. Jan 93,41 p EPA/600/R-
93/014
Sponsored by Environmental Protection Agency, Re-
search Triangle Park, NC. Atmospheric Research and
Exposure Assessment Lab.

The report summarizes work completed through a co-
operative agreement between the National Center for
Atmospheric Research (NCAR) and the Environmental
Protection Agency (EPA) to study methods for analyz-
ing extreme climate events. The overall goal of this
project is to develop statistical models for extreme cli-
mate events that will be useful for the construction and
application of scenarios of future climate. The results
of this study will provide methods for determining how
the likelihood of extreme climate events may change
as other more general climate parameters (e.g., the
mean or variance) change.

Keywords: 'Climatic  changes,  'Statistical analysis,
'Mathematical  models,  Climatology,  Weather  fore-
casting, Atmospheric temperature, Regional analysis,
Spatial     distribution,      Global      warming,
Precipitation(Meteorology),  Heat islands, Scenarios,
Time series analysis, Cooperative agreements.
                                                  PB93-146835/REB               PC A01 /MF A01
                                                  Basic Concepts of Contaminant Sorptlon. Summa-
                                                  ry paper.
                                                  Robert  S.  Kerr Environmental Research Lab.,  Ada,
                                                  OK.
                                                  Jan 93,4p EPA/540/S-92/016
                                                  See also PB91-191007.

                                                  The Robert S. Kerr Environmental Research Laborato-
                                                  ry (RSKERL) has developed a number of issue papers
                                                  and briefing  documents which are designed to ex-
                                                  change up-to-date information related to the remedi-
                                                  ation of contaminated soil and ground water at hazard-
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                                                 EPA PUBLICATIONS BIBLIOGRAPHY
ous waste sites. In an attempt to make the content of
these documents available  to  a wider audience,
RSKERL is developing a series of summary papers
which are condensed versions of the original docu-
ments. Understanding  the  processes which dictate
transport and fate characteristics of contaminants in
soil and ground water is of paramount importance in
designing and  implementing remediation systems at
hazardous waste sites. Sorption is often the most sig-
nificant of these processes. The summary paper ad-
dresses the basic concepts of sorption in  soil  and
ground water with an emphasis on organic contami-
nants having the characteristics of those often found
at existing hazardous waste sites.

Keywords: "Sorption, "Land pollution, 'Water pollu-
tion, Environmental  transport, Organic  compounds,
Water chemistry, Soil chemistry, Waste disposal, Re-
medial action, Sites, Path of pollutants, Subsurface in-
vestigations, Desorption, Adsorption.


PB93-146843/REB               PC A04/MF A01
Environmental Protection Agency, Cincinnati, OH. Risk
Reduction Engineering Lab.
Pollution  Prevention  Opportunity Assessment:
USDA Beltsvllle Agricultural Research Center.
Science Applications International  Corp., Cincinnati,
OH.
S. P. Sobol. Feb 93,56p EPA/600/R-93/008
Contract EPA-68-C8-0062
Sponsored by Environmental Protection  Agency,  Cin-
cinnati, OH. Risk Reduction Engineering Lab.

A pollution prevention opportunity assessment (PPOA)
was performed during the spring of 1991 which identi-
fied areas for waste reduction at the U.S. Department
of Agriculture's Beltsville Agricultural Research Center
(BARC), Beltsville. Maryland.  The areas  selected for
this joint EPA/USDA study included general hazard-
ous materials handling and usage, total Kjeldahl nitro-
gen (TKN) analyses, and high performance liquid chro-
rnatography (HPLC)  analyses. One pollution  preven-
tion option  applicable  to total Kjeldahl analyses in-
volved use  of  an automated  nitrogen analyzer. Acid
and base wastes are virtually eliminated and costs for
chemicals and labor are reduced significantly. Other
pollution prevention options for total Kjeldahl include
phenate auto analyzer, micro analysis, and alternate
catalyst. Pollution prevention options for HPLC includ-
ed solid phase extraction, supercritical fluid extraction,
solvent recovery, and column/particle size reduction.
The approach used to conduct this PPOA is present in
EPA's 'Waste  Minimization Opportunity Assessment
Manual' (EPA/625/7-88/003).

Keywords: 'Pollution abatement, 'Hazardous materi-
als, 'Waste management, US EPA, US DOA, Labora-
tories,  Chemical  analysis,  Alternatives,  Kjeldahl
method,  Nitrogen, Cost  analysis,  Chemical com-
pounds, Chromatographic analysis, 'Beltsville Agricul-
tural Research Center, 'Waste minimization, Source
reduction,  Beltsville(Maryland),  High  performance
liquid chromatography.
 PB93-146850/REB               PC A01/MF A01
 In-sltu Bioremediatlon of Ground Water. Summary

 Robert S. Kerr Environmental Research Lab., Ada,
 OK.
 Jan 93,4p EPA/540/S-92/017

 The Robert S. Kerr Environmental Research Laborato-
 ry (RSKERL) has developed a number of Issue Papers
 and Briefing Documents which are designed  to  ex-
 change up-to-date information related to the remedi-
 ation of contaminated soil and ground water at hazard-
 ous waste sites. In an attempt to make the content of
 these  documents  available  to  a  wider  audience,
 RSKERL is developing  a  series of Summary Papers
 which are condensed versions of the original docu-
 ments. There are a number of techniques that may po-
 tentially be used for dealing  with problems resulting
 from the contamination of ground water with organic
 compounds. Ground water can sometimes be treated
 in place  using chemical or biological  processes. An
 emerging technology for  the in-situ remediation of
 ground water is the use of microorganisms to degrade
 contaminants which are present in aquifer materials.
 Although in-situ bioremediation has been used for a
 number of years in the restoration of ground water
 contaminated with petroleum hydrocarbons, its appli-
 cation  to other classes of contaminants is  relatively
 recent. This is discussed in the summary paper.
Keywords: *ln-situ processing, 'Ground water, 'Re-
medial action, 'Water pollution control, Organic com-
pounds, Microorganisms, Biodeterioration, Hazardous
materials, Waste disposal, Environmental transport,
Performance evaluation, 'Biological treatment.
PB93-146868/REB               PC A03/MF A01
Environmental Protection Agency, Cincinnati, OH. Risk
Reduction Engineering Lab.
Pollution  Prevention  Opportunity  Assessment:
Manufacturing and Fabrication Repair Laboratory
at Sandla National Laboratories.
Science Applications  International  Corp., Cincinnati,
OH.
G. Wahl, and K. Whitford. Sep 92,36p EPA/600/R-
93/015A
Contract EPA-68-C8-0062
See also PB93-146900, PB92-213206, PB91-110015,
and PB90-256439. Sponsored by Environmental Pro-
tection Agency, Cincinnati, OH.  Risk Reduction Engi-
neering Lab.

These two reports summarize pollution prevention op-
portunity assessments conducted jointly by EPA and
DOE at the Geochemistry Laboratory (PB93-146900)
and the Manufacturing and Fabrication Repair Labora-
tory (MFRL) at the Department of Energy's Sandia Na-
tional Laboratories (SNL) facility in Albuquerque, New
Mexico, as part of EPA's Waste Reduction Evaluation
at Federal  Sites (WREAFS)  Program.  The  assess-
ments followed the general format of the Facility Pollu-
tion Prevention Guide  (PB92-213206) and resulted in a
number of pollution prevention options at both of the
waste generating activities. While the two Laboratories
selected generate only small volumes of waste, the
significance of this project was in conducting a joint
pollution prevention opportunity assessment with DOE
and demonstrating the  procedure with  DOE's waste
minimization network  (Min Net). This report describes
a  Pollution  Prevention  Opportunity   Assessment
(PPOA) for  the  MFRL at SNL, Albuquerque, New
Mexico. The WREAFS program, whose purpose is to
identify and  promote  the  use of pollution prevention
techniques  and  technologies  through technology
transfer,  provided an appropriate vehicle to accom-
plish these purposes.

Keywords: 'Pollution abatement, 'Environmental pro-
tection, 'Waste management, 'Hazardous materials,
Sandia Laboratories, Federal agencies, Assessments,
US EPA, US DOE, Laboratories, Manufacturing, Alter-
natives, Maintenance, Degreasing, Repair shops, Fea-
sibility studies, Waste minimization, Source reduction,
Albuquerque(New Mexico).
PB93-146900/REB               PC A03/MF A01
Environmental Protection Agency, Cincinnati, OH. Risk
Reduction Engineering Lab.
Pollution  Prevention  Opportunity  Assessment:
Geochemistry  Laboratory,  Sandia National Lab-
oratories.
Science Applications International Corp., Cincinnati,
OH.
K. Whitford, and G. Wahl. Sep 92,40p EPA/600/R-
93/0156
Contract EPA-68-C8-0062
See also PB93-146868, PB92-213206, PB91-110015,
and PB90-256439. Sponsored by  Environmental Pro-
tection Agency, Cincinnati, OH. Risk Reduction Engi-
neering Lab.

These two reports summarize pollution prevention op-
portunity assessments conducted jointly by  EPA and
DOE at the Geochemistry Laboratory and the Manu-
facturing and Fabrication Repair Laboratory at the De-
partment of Energy's Sandia National  Laboratories
(SNL)  facility (PB93-146868)  in  Albuquerque,  New
Mexico, as part of EPA's Waste Reduction Evaluation
At  Federal Sites (WREAFS) Program. The assess-
ments followed the general format of the Facility Pollu-
tion Prevention Guide (PB92-213206) and resulted in a
number of pollution prevention options at both of the
waste generating activities. While the two Laboratories
selected generate only small volumes  of waste, the
significance of this project was in conducting a joint
pollution prevention opportunity assessment with DOE
and demonstrating the  procedure with DOE's waste
minimization network (Min Net). This report summa-
rizes the Pollution Prevention Opportunity Assessment
(PPOA) performed for SNL's Geochemistry  Lab. The
major focus of  the assessment was identification  of
pollution prevention  opportunities  within  research
project design and implementation activities. Prelimi-
nary review of  the lab's operations revealed  these
larger issues as the best opportunities for pollution
prevention.

Keywords: 'Pollution abatement, 'Environmental pro-
tection, 'Waste management,  'Hazardous materials,
Sandia Laboratories, Laboratories, Geochemistry, Pol-
lution regulations,  US DOE, US EPA, Federal agen-
cies, Implementation, Waste minimization, Source re-
duction, Albuquerque(New Mexico).
PB93-146918/REB               PC A08/MF A02
Environmental  Protection Agency, Washington, DC.
Risk Assessment Forum.
Report of the  Neurotoxlclty Risk Assessment
Guidelines Peer Review Workshop. Held In Wash-
ington, DC. on June 2-3,1992. Final rept.
Eastern Research Group, Inc., Lexington, MA.
Sep 92,153p EPA/630/R-92/003
Contract EPA-68-C1-0030
Sponsored by  Environmental  Protection  Agency,
Washington, DC. Risk Assessment Forum.

On June 2 and 3, the EPA sponsored a workshop to
peer review draft neurotoxicity risk assessment guide-
lines. The  meeting opened with discussion of key fea-
tures of the draft guidelines, including areas of expect-
ed  controversy, followed by workshop review of the
scientific foundation for each element in the guide-
lines. Workshop participants from academia, industry,
and government (state and federal) brought expertise
in a wide  range of relevant disciplines to the discus-
sion. The  workshop did not attempt to address all of
the principles, concepts, and methods that are impor-
tant for neurotoxicity risk assessment. Rather,  EPA
asked for expert opinion on the logic, scientific validity,
and utility  of the principles proposed in the workshop
draft as general guidance for EPA risk assessors. The
Agency is using  the peer review comments to help
complete a proposal for neurotoxicity risk assessment
guidelines that will  be published for public comment
and reviewed by EPA's Science Advisory Board during
the coming year.

Keywords: 'Meetings, 'Toxicology, 'Nervous system,
'Risk assessment, Guidelines, Peer review, Laborato-
ry  animals, Humans,  US  EPA, Behavior,  Dose-re-
sponse relationships, Health hazards, 'Neurotoxicity.
PB93-146991/REB                PC A03/MF A01
Environmental Protection Agency, Research Triangle
Park, NC. Air and Energy Engineering Research Lab.
Advanced Insulations for Refrigerator/Freezers:
The Potential for New Shell Design Incorporating
Polymer Barrier Construction. Final  rept. Aug 91-
Nov 92.
Lawrence Berkeley Lab., CA. Energy and Environment
Div.
B. Griffith, and D. Arasteh. Jan 93,36p EPA/600/R-
93/009
Sponsored by Environmental Protection Agency, Re-
search Triangle Park, NC. Air and Energy Engineering
Research Lab.

The report examines domestic refrigerator/freezer (R/
F)  design  alternatives  which  may  offer  greater in-
crease in thermal performance than is possible with
panel/foam composites. (NOTE: Current efforts to
design and build R/Fs with high performance insula-
tion technology are directed at using vacuum panels in
a composite with polymer  foam to  improve perform-
ance; however, certain restrictions  generally  enable
only relatively small improvement in thermal resistance
using these techniques.) These design alternatives in-
volve basic redesign of the R/F and use of alternative
materials  of construction. One design  alternative in-
cludes use of a polymer outer shell material compo-
nent that incorporates in its construction an advanced
insulation technology that reduces thermal bridging
and edge losses. Computer modelling of  a R/F door
incorporating the concept shows a doubling of effec-
tive thermal  resistance over  conventional R/F de-
signs. The report also addresses materials and manu-
facturing technologies needed to fabricate polymer-
barrier advanced insulation components for R/Fs.

Keywords: 'Insulation, 'Environmental  chemical sub-
stitutes,  'Refrigerators, 'Freezers,  'Pollution abate-
ment, 'Polymers, Design criteria, Chlorohydrocarbons,
Manufacturing, Thermal resistance, Performance eval-
uation,  Alternatives, Foam,  'Advanced insulation
panels, 'Advanced insulation components.
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PB93-147007/REB
                                PC A07/MF A02
Enabling  Document  for  Regulations Governing
CompHance Extensions lor Early Reductions of
Hazardous Air Poflutants.
Environmental  Protection Agency, Research Triangle
Park, NC. Office of Air Quality Planning and Standards.
Dec 92,137p EPA/450/3-91 /013
Supersedes PB92-180132.

The regulations governing compliance extensions for
early reductions of hazardous air pollutants are  pro-
mulgated under the authority of section (612)(i)(5) of
the dean Air Act (CAA). These rules would apply to
sources that seek compliance extensions from stand-
ards promulgated under section (112){d) of the CAA.
The document provides practical information on the
implementation of the Eariy Reductions Program.

Keywords: 'Hazardous materials, 'Air pollution stand-
ards. 'United States, Regulations, Law enforcement,
Reduction, Licenses,  Emission  factors.  Pollution
sources.   Risk  assessment.  Compliance,  Gases.
Chemical compounds. Sites, 'Earty Reduction  Pro-
gram, Clean Air Act and Amendments of 1990, Indus-
trial Toxics Project
PB93-147015/REB               PC A02/MF A01
PR Notice 87* Notice to Manufacturers, Formula-
tow, Distributors, and Registrants of Pesticides.
Environmental Protection Agency.  Washington, DC.
Office of Pesticide Programs.
Jun 87.6p EPA/540/C&-93/253
See also PB93-149151.

The document is one in the series of 'Pesticide Regu-
latory Notices', usually called 'PR Notices', which sup-
plement the laws and regulations governing pesticide
regulation in the US. These notices clarify, interpret
and explain regulatory requirements and policies. They
are directed at pesticide registrants and other parties
interested in detailed procedures of regulation.

Keywords: 'Regulations, 'US EPA, 'Pesticides, Re-
quirements, Labels. Procedures, Government policies,
Aerosols, 'Registration, Applicants.


PB93-149151/REB               PC A01/MF A01
PR Notice 87-9.  Notice to Pesticide Applicants,
Registrants and Petitioners.
Enwonmental Protection Agency,  Washington, DC.
Office of Pesticide Programs.
Aug 87.  So EPA/540/rS-93/254
See also P893-149169.

The document is one in the series of 'Pesticide Regu-
latory Notices', usually called 'PR Notices', which sup-
plement the laws and regulations governing pesticide
regulation in the US. These notices clarify, interpret
and explain regulatory requirements and policies. They
are Directed at pesticide registrants and other parties
interested in detailed procedures of regulation.

Keywords: 'Regulations, 'US EPA. 'Pesticides. Re-
quirements, Licenses,  Procedures. Government poli-
cies, 'Registration, Applicants. Petitions, Exemptions.
PBS3-149169/REB               PC A01/MF A01
PR Notice 87-10, Notice to Pesticide Applicants,
Registrants and Petitioners.
Envronmental Protection Agency. Washington, DC.
Office of Pesticide Programs.
Oct 87.4PEPA/540/C&53/255
SeeateoPB93-147015.

The document is one in the series of 'Pesticide Regu-
latory Notices', usually called 'PR Notices', which sup-
plement Ins laws and regulations governing pesticide
regulation in the US. These notices clarify,  interpret
and explain regulatory requirements and policies. They
are dratted at pesticide registrants and other parties
interested in delated procedures of regulation.

Keywords:  'Regulations. 'US  EPA. 'Pesticides. Re-
quirements, Toxicology, Pathology,  Recommenda-
tions, Storage. Reporting,  'Registration,  Applicants.
Federal Insecticide. Fungode. and Rodenticide Act
PB93-149177/REB
                                PC A03/MF A01
Aerosol Acidity Characterization of Large Metro-
poBtan Areas: PHot and Planning I or Philadelphia.
Environmental Protection Agency, Research Triangle
Park, NC. Atmospheric Research and Exposure As-
sessment Lab.
J. M. Waldman, P. Koutrakis, R. Burton, W. E. Wilson,
and L J. Purdue. 1993.11 p EPA/600/A-93/002
Prepared in cooperation with Robert Wood Johnson
Medical School, Piscataway, NJ., and Harvard School
of Public Health, Boston, MA.

The report described the EPA's multi-year program to
investigate the specific issues surrounding human ex-
posures to aerosol activity. Philadelphia, a large metro-
politan area in the heart of the northeastern seaboard
afflicted with photochemical regional smog during the
summertime, was chosen as the first city in the pro-
gram. A pilot study of ambient concentrations was con-
ducted in July 1991. An annular denuder system (ADS)
sampler was operated for two weeks near downtown
Philadelphia, with a second  unit operated in central,
suburban New Jersey, the same location of measure-
ments in past years. The Philadelphia site was found to
have higher concentrations of most major aerosol spe-
cies, ammonia and acidic particles than in New Jersey,
showing that aerosol neutralization  within the urban
center will not necessarily totally eliminate acidic parti-
cle exposures.

Keywords: 'Air pollution, 'Aerosols, Acidity,  'Urban
areas. Public health, Toxicology, Environmental moni-
toring. Atmospheric chemistry, Evaluation, Pennsylva-
nia,  Air  pollution  effects(Humans). 'Pilot  studies.
•Philadelphia(Pennsylvania).
PB93-14918S/REB               PC A03/MF A01
Environmental Research Lab.-Duluth, MN.
Vertical Diffusion in Small Stratified Lake:  Data
and Error Analysis. Journal article.
Minnesota Univ.-Duluth. St Anthony Falls Hydraulic
Lab.
M. Hondzo, C. R. Ellis, and H. G. Stefan. cOct 91,18p
EPA/600/A-93/003
Grant EPA-R-816230-01 -0
Pub. in Jnl. of Hydraulic Engineering, v117 n10 p13S3-
1369 Oct 91. St Anthony Falls Hydraulic  Laboratory
Technical Paper 318, Series A. Sponsored by Environ-
mental Research Lab.-Duluth, MN.

Water temperature profiles were measured at 2-min in-
tervals in a stratified temperate  lake with a surface
area of 0.06 sq km and a maximum depth of 10 m from
May 7 to August 9,1989. The data were used to calcu-
late the vertical eddy diffusion coefficient K sub z  in the
hypolimnion. The depth was representative of a large
number of lakes in the north central United States. K
sub z was calculated over time intervals of 1 to 15 days
and varied from 0.001 to 0.1 sq cm/s. A numerical
model was developed for heat conduction in the sedi-
ments, and heat flux between water and sediments
was incorporated into the relationship from which eddy
diffus/vity was estimated. Heat flux between water and
lake  sediments, a term commonly neglected, was
found to be important in the K sub x estimation. K sub z
values were related to stratification stability as meas-
ured by the  Brunt-Vaisala  frequency N  using We-
fander's  expression  of  the  form   K  sub   z  =
a(N(2+))(b+). The longest time interval (15 days) and
the smallest depth increment (1 m) used in the  study
were found to give the best K sub z estimation. (Copy-
right (c) 1991, ASCE.)

Keywords: 'Ryan Lake, 'Stratification, 'Thermal con-
ductivity, 'Sediments, Limnology, Temperature gradi-
ents, Turbulent diffusion, Thermodines. Eddies, Heat
flux. Heat transfer, Error analysis, Charts, Mathemati-
cal models, Minnesota, Reprints, Hypolimnion.
PB93-149193/REB               PC A03/MF A01
Btoretnedlation. Book chapter.
Robert S. Kerr Environmental Research Lab., Ada,
OK.
J. M. Thomas, C. H. Ward, R. L Raymond. J. T. Wilson,
and R. C. Loehr. C1992,19p EPA/600/A-93/004
Pub. in Encyclopedia of Microbiology, Volume 1. A-C,
1992. Prepared in cooperation with National Center for
Ground Water Research, Houston, TX., and  Texas
Univ. at Austin.

Bioremediation is defined in the article as the process
by which microorganisms are stimulated to rapidly de-
grade hazardous  organic  contaminants to environ-
mentally safe  levels  in soils, subsurface  materials,
water, sludges, and residues. Stimulation is achieved
by the addition of nutrients and a terminal electron ac-
ceptor, usually oxygen, because most biological reac-
tions occur faster under aerobic than anaerobic condi-
tions. Under anaerobic conditions, nitrate has been
used as the terminal electron acceptor. The microor-
ganisms use the contaminants as a food source and
convert the contaminants into biomass and harmless
by-products of metabolism such as CO2 and inorganic
salts. Usually bioremediation is used to degrade con-
taminants that are sorbed to surfaces or dissolved in
water rather than to degrade pure  chemical(s). As a
result the process is used in conjunction with other
techniques in remediation of contaminated sites. The
contaminants can be biodegraded in situ or removed
and placed in a bioreactor, which can be placed off or
at the site where the contamination occurred. (Copy-
right (c) 1992 by Academic Press, Inc.)

Keywords: 'Biological treatment, 'Remedial action,
'Pollution control,  'Biodeterioration, 'Hazardous ma-
terials,  Microorganisms, Soil treatment Land pollution
control. Aquifers, Water pollution control. Waste treat-
ment Biochemistry,  Composting, Subsurface investi-
gations. Reprints.
PB93-149201/REB               PC A03/MF A01
Comparison of Ground-Water Sampling Devices
Based on Equilibration of Water Quality Indicator
Parameters. Symposium paper.
Robert S. Kerr Environmental Research  Lab., Ada,
OK.
C. J. Paul, and R. W. Puls. Nov 92,20p EPA/600/A-
93/005
Presented at the  National Ground  Water Sampling
Symposium,  Washington,  DC., November 30. 1992.
Prepared in cooperation with ManTech Environmental
Technology. Inc.. Ada, OK.

The sampling device selected when obtaining ground
water samples can have a significant impact on the
representativeness and reproducibility of the sample.
The study evaluated several different sampling de-
vices (low speed submersible pump, peristaltic pump,
and bladder pump) in two monitoring wells to obtain
ground-water samples based on the equilibration of
water quality indicator parameters. The indicator pa-
rameters were continuously monitored during  purging
and sampling with all devices and include: turbidity,
specific conductance, pH, oxidation-reduction poten-
tial, dissolved oxygen, and temperature. Contaminant
(chromium and trichotoethylene) concentration levels
were also measured for all devices.

Keywords: 'Ground water,  'Pumps,  'Performance
evaluation. Samplers, Submersible pumps, Water pol-
lution sampling.  Field tests,  Hazardous materials,
Charts, Comparison, North Carolina, Peristaltic pumps,
Bladder pumps, Elizabeth City(North Carolina).
PB93-149219/REB               PC A02/MF A01
U.S. EPA's QA/QC Program for Waste Manage-
ment Facilities. Proceedings of the GRI Seminar
(6th), UQC/UQA and CQC/CQA of Geosynthetics.
Held  In Philadelphia,  Pennsylvania on December
10-11,1992.
Environmental Protection Agency, Cincinnati, OH. Risk
Reduction Engineering Lab.
R. E. Landreth. 1992,8p EPA/600/A-93/006
See also PB87-132825 and PB93-105625.

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has a very
strong interest in the design, construction, perform-
ance  and closure of waste management facilities. In
general, the Agency would like these facilities to be en-
vironmentally  friendly - i.e., not to be a source of any
type of potential pollution to the environment or a sig-
nificant threat to public health. Since these facilities
are man-made structures built with man-made and nat-
ural materials, it is incumbent to build the best facility
that one can. The Agency, under the  RCRA regula-
tions  as amended by HSWA and the Municipal Solid
Waste Landfill regulations, strongly encourage the use
of  quality control/quality assurance (QA/QC) pro-
grams to help ensure that the construction of waste
management  facilities  is the highest  that can  be
achieved.

Keywords: 'Waste management 'Quality assurance,
'Quality control, 'Buildings, 'Construction manage-
ment US EPA, Pollution regulations, Performance
standards. Compliance, Hazardous materials, Design
criteria. Specifications, Reprints.
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PB93-149227/REB               PC A03/MF A01
Potential for Joint Research between EPA and the
US. Army. Symposium paper.
Environmental Protection Agency, Cincinnati, OH. Risk
Reduction Engineering Lab.
D. Sullivan, J. Fartow, and F. Freestone. 1992,26p
EPA/600/A-93/007
See  also  PB90-182486,  PB90-249772  and  PB92-
166859. Presented at the 1992 U.S. Army Annual R
and D Symposium, Williamsburg, VA., June 1992.

The environmental problems being faced by the US
Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)  and the US
Army are closely related, and the research needed to
address them overlaps in many areas. The paper pre-
sents an overview of the hazardous waste site remedi-
ation research programs being conducted by EPA's
Risk  Reduction  Engineering Laboratory  (RREL) and
proposes a number  of areas where joint efforts be-
tween the two agencies could  be mutually beneficial.
EPA  has established a policy of encouraging the use
of innovative technologies that both reduce the quanti-
ty of contaminant to be  handled and also destroy
harmful contaminants. Several technologies, including
soil washing, soil vapor extraction, thermal desorption,
solvent extraction and soil flushing are of special inter-
est The RREL has established capabilities for treat-
ability  studies  and other research  endeavors  at  a
number of its locations. EPA also continues to foster
the use df innovative technologies through its Super-
fund Innovative Technology Evaluation  (SITE) pro-
gram. In addition,  EPA has established a technology
transfer program available to other agencies involving
both manuals/documents and training personnel. The
authors welcome future contacts by Army personnel
interested in sharing environmental projects.

Keywords:  'Hazardous materials. 'Remedial  action,
•Research, 'Waste management 'Technology trans-
fer, US EPA, Army, Soil treatment, Land pollution con-
trol. Technology utilization, Federal agencies, Cooper-
ative  agreements, Cleanup operations,  Innovative
treatment technologies. Waste minimization.
 PB93-149235/REB                PC A02/MF A01
 Corvallis Environmental Research Lab., OR.
 Development of Genetically  Enhanced  Baculo-
 vlnis Pesticides (Chapter 5). Book chapter.
 Boyce Thompson Inst for Plant Research, Ithaca, NY.
 H. A. Wood. 1991,10p EPA/600/A-93/008
 Pub. in  Biotechnology for Biological Control of Pests
 and Vectors, 1991.  Sponsored by Corvallis Environ-
 mental Research Lab., OR.

 The report describes the assessment of the potential
 environmental impacts of genetically improved viral
 pesticides, including an evaluation of the properties of
 the foreign gene product(s) and the biological proper-
 ties of the altered virus itself. The current field release
 studies  are collecting much of the information which
 will be needed to assess the environmental safety of
 these new pesticides. Of primary concern will be the
 cost-to-benefit ratios as determined by production
 costs, stability, application, technology, and field effi-
 cacy. Despite the improvements afforded through bio-
 technology,  it is clear that viral  and  other  microbial
 pesticides will only reduce, not eliminate, the agricul-
 tural requirements for synthetic pesticides. Even so, bi-
 ological pesticides are among the best solutions to re-
 ducing  crop losses  in the absence of ecological dis-
 turbances and potential health hazards.

 Keywords: 'Pesticides, 'Insecticides, Bacteriophages,
 Biotechnology, Hydridization, Field tests, Viruses, Ge-
 netic engineering,  Public health. Environmental  im-
 pacts, Agriculture, 'Biological insect control, Risk as-
engineered virus could possess enhanced pesticidal
properties but, at the same time, would pose no envi-
ronmental or health hazards. The  ultimate  goal  of
these investigations is to reduce  the  agricultural re-
quirement for synthetic chemical  pesticides  through
the development of viral pesticides with  enhanced
pesticidal properties.

Keywords: 'Pesticides, 'Bacteriophages, Field tests,
Biotechnology, Environmental impacts, Hybridization,
Genetic  engineering,  Insecticides,  Viruses,  Public
health, Agriculture,  Biological pest  control, Risk as-
sessment.
PB93-149250/REB                PC A03/MF A01
Uncertainties In Countrywide Forest Blomass Es-
timate*. Symposium paper.
Corvallis Environmental Research Lab., OR.
C. E. Peterson, and D. P. Turner. 1992,13p EPA/600/
A-93/011
See also PB89-213300. Presented at the IPCC AFOS-
Workshop on Carbon Balance of World's  Forested
Ecosystems: Towards a Global Assessment, Joensuu,
Rnland, May 11-15,  1992.  Prepared  in cooperation
with ManTech Environmental Technology, Inc., Cor-
vallis, OR.

Country-wide estimates  of  forest biomass  are the
major driver for estimating and  understanding carbon
pools and flux, a critical component of global change
research.  Important determinants in making  the esti-
mates include the areal extend of forested lands and
their associated biomass. Estimates for these param-
eters may be derived from surface-based data, photo
interpretation or satellite remote sensing, with varying
degrees of uncertainty. Ground data are typically ag-
gregated by forest type,  stand age, productivity level,
and ownership. Survey priority  is usually given to re-
gions and forest types with timber  of commercial
value, such that information on understory  biomass
and forested lands of low commercial value is either
absent or of limited reliability.

Keywords: 'Biomass, 'Forest  land,  'Carbon cycle,
'Error analysis. Global aspects, Study estimates, Sta-
tistical analysis, Organic matter, Air land interactions,
Air pollution, 'Uncertainty.
 PB93-149268/REB               PC A04/MF A01
 Corvallis Environmental Research Lab., OR.
 Role of Soil Organic Acids in Mineral Weathering
 Processes (Chapter 6). Book chapter.
 Wyoming Univ., Laramie.
 J. I. Drever, and G. F. Vance. 1992, 51 p EPA/600/A-
 93/012
 Pub. in Role of Organic Acids in Geologic Processes,
 1992.  Sponsored by  Corvallis  Environmental Re-
 search Lab., OR.

 The paper summarizes the occurrence and distribution
 of soluble organic acids in soils and reviews the role of
 organic acids in  mineral weathering. Organic acids,
 particularly humic and fulvic acids, are present in soil
 solutions and these acids have a major influence on
 the translocatJon of iron and aluminum in soil profiles.
 Organic acids may also accelerate the weathering of
 primary  silicate minerals. The paper deals with the
 controversy as to whether or not organic acids at natu-
 ral concentrations significantly accelerate the rate of
 dissolution of primary silicate minerals.

 Keywords: "Soils, 'Soil chemistry, 'Weathering, 'Or-
 ganic acids, Humic acids. Soil profiles, Dissolving, Soil
 structure,  Diagrams,   Slicate  minerals,   Agriculture,
 Geochemistry, Chemical reactions, Fulvic acids, Soil
 solutions, Microenvironment, Soil-water-plant relation-
 ships.
 PB93-149243/REB               PC A02/MF A01
 Corvallis Environmental Research Lab., OR.
 Ecologically Acceptable Strategy for the Use of
 Genetically  Engineered Baculovirus  Pesticides.
 Book chapter.
 Boyce Thompson Inst. for Plant Research, Ithaca, NY.
 H. A. Wood, P. R. Hughes, N. van Seek, and M.
 Hamblin. c1990,6p EPA/600/A-93/010
 Pub. in Insect Neurochemistry and Neurophysiology,
 1989.  Sponsored by  Corvallis Environmental Re-
 search Lab., OR.

 The basis for the first U.S. Environmental Protection
 Agency approval for the field release of a genetically-
 engineered virus has been to take advantage of the bi-
 ological properties of baculovirus in such a way that an
 PB93-149276/REB               PC A04/MF A01
 Corvallis Environmental Research Lab., OR.
 Isolation and Purification of  Bacterial DNA from
 Soil Book chapter.
 Michigan State Univ., East Lansing.
 W. E. Holben. 1992,53p EPA/600/A-93/013
 Pub. in Methods of Soil Analysis, 1992. Sponsored by
 Corvallis Environmental Research Lab., OR.

 Recently, new methods for monitoring specific bacte-
 rial  populations   in  environmental  samples  have
 become available. These methods employ the tech-
 niques of molecular biology to distinguish, enumerate
 and monitor individual bacterial populations  within a
 microbial community by the detection  of DNA se-
quences specific to those populations using appropri-
ate molecular probes. DMA-based detection of bacte-
rial populations helps to overcome a major limitation of
microbial ecology  and soil  microbiology; the difficult
task of specifically monitoring an individual population
of microbes in the environment, and in the presence of
the entire microbial community. Such capabilities are
essential to understanding  the complex interactions
between the environment, other microorganisms and
the population(s) of interest.

Keywords:  'Deoxyribonucleic acids, 'Bacteria, 'Soil
microbiology, 'Purification,  Monitoring,  Populations,
Microbiology, Molecular structure, Detection, Environ-
mental impacts, Recovery,  Distillation, Separation,
Humus, Ecology, Lysis method.
PB93-149334/REB               PC A08/MF A02
Determination of Rates of Reaction In the Gas-
Phase In the Troposphere. Theory and Practice. 5.
Rate of Indirect Photoreactlon.
Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC.
Office of Pollution, Prevention, and Toxics.
A. Leifer. Jan 93,162p EPA/744/R-93/001
See also Part 4, PB92-150382.

The document contains a critical review of the Atmos-
pheric Oxidation Computer Program (AOP) for estimat-
ing the second-order rate constant k(sub OH) for the
reaction of an organic chemical with hydroxyl radicals
in the gas-phase in the troposphere. AOP  is being
used to regulate industrial chemicals under Sections 4
and 5 of  the Toxic Substances  Control Act.  It de-
scribes the computerization of the structure/reactivity
relationships of Atkinson of the University of Califor-
nia/Riverside by Syracuse Research Corporation. The
only input needed to operate AOP  is the SMILES nota-
tion, a computerized notation of the molecular struc-
tu.-e of the chemical. The computer program will esti-
mate k(sub OH) and the associated halflife for the re-
action of organic chemicals in the atmosphere. AOP
will also list an experimental value of k(sub OH) if it is
available in the scientific literature.

Keywords:  'Hydroxyl   radicals,  'Reaction  kinetics,
'Troposphere, 'Organic compounds,  'Atmospheric
chemistry, 'Air pollution, Atmospheric models, Chemi-
cal reactivity. Computerized simulation, Structure-ac-
tivity relationships. Toxic Substances Control Act.
 PB93-149383/REB               PC A06/MF A02
 Development of Index of Biotic Integrity Expecta-
 tions  for  the Ecoregions of Indiana.  I. Central
 Corn Belt Plain.
 Environmental Protection Agency, Chicago, IL Region
 V.
 Nov 91,105p EPA/905/9-91 /025
 See also PB89-138440, PB85-184349, PB92-203959
 and PB93-143683.

 The Clean Water Act Amendments of 1987 mandate
 the development of biological criteria for evaluating the
 nation's surface waters. The requirements of  Section
 304(a) was implemented in Indiana to determine water
 resource degradation. A total of 197 headwater and
 wading stream sites were sampled in the Central Corn
 Belt Plain ecoregion in  order to develop and calibrate
 an Index of Biotic Integrity for use in Indiana. Based on
 inherent variance within the ecoregion,  sub-basins
 were  established  based on the concept of natural
 areas as recognized by Homoya et al. (1985). Site spe-
 cific data;  locality information; and species  specific
 scoring  criteria for  tolerance classification,  trophic
 guilds, and reproductive guilds are included in the ap-
 pendix.

 Keywords: 'Water quality, 'Biological indicators, 'Indi-
 ana,  'Water  pollution  effects(Animals),  Corn Belt,
 Aquatic ecosystems, Fishes, Biota, Biological commu-
 nities, Surface waters, Environmental quality.


 PB93-149425/REB               PC A08/MF A02
 National Emission Standards for Hazardous Air
 Pollutants Compliance Extensions for Early Re-
 ductions: Background Information for Promulgat-
 ed Standards.
 Environmental Protection Agency, Research  mangle
 Park,  NC. Office of Air Quality Planning and Standards.
 Dec 92,161 p EPA/450/3-92/006B
 See also PB92-180132 and PB91 -138689.


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Regulations governing compliance extensions for
eariy reductions of hazardous air pollutants are pro-
mulgated under the authority of section (612)(i)(5) of
the Clean Air Act (CAA). These rules would apply to
sources that seek compliance extensions from stand-
ards promulgated under section (112)(d) of the CAA.
The document contains summaries of public com-
ments received on the proposed rute (56  FR 27338,
June 13. 1991),  EPA responses and a summary of
changes since proposal.

Keywords: 'Hazardous materials, 'Air pollution stand-
ards, 'United States, Regulations, National govern-
ment. Reduction. Chemical compounds. Risk assess-
ment. Emission factors. Compliance. Gases. Propos-
als, Pubfic opinion, State government.  Clean Air Act
and Amendments 1990. Particulates, Listings.
PB93-149664/REB               PC A01/MF A01
PR Notice 87-11. Notice to Manufacturers, Formu-
tators, Distributors, and Registrants of Pesticides.
Environmental Protection Agency.  Washington, DC.
Office of Pesticide Programs.
Dec 87.4p EPA/540/09-93/256

The document is one in the series of 'Pesticide Regu-
latory Notices', usually called 'PR Notices', which sup-
plement the laws and regulations governing pesticide
regulation in the US. These notices clarify, interpret
and explain regulatory requirements and policies. They
are directed at pesticide registrants and other parties
interested in detailed procedures of regulation.

Keywords: 'Regulations, 'Pesticides. Directives, Aero-
sols, US EPA. Requirements, Hazards, Workers. Reg-
istration.
PB93-149680/REB               PC A02/MF A01
Pesticide Fact Sheet Number 20.1: Amttrole.
Environmental Protection Agency.  Washington, DC.
Office of Pesticide Programs.
Sap 92, So EPA/540-FS-93/238
See also PB87-108874 and PB93-144368.

The document contains up-to-date chemical informa-
tion, including a summary of the Agency's regulatory
position and rationale, on a specific pesticide or group
of pesticides. A Fact Sheet is issued after one of the
following actions has occurred. (1) Issuance or reis-
suance of a registration standard, (2) Issuance of each
special review document (3) Registration of a signifi-
cantly changed use pattern. (4) Registration of a new
chemical, or (5) An immediate need for information to
resolve controversial issues relating  to  a  specific
chemical or use pattern.

Keywords: 'Pesticides. Toxic substances. Hazardous
materials. Chemical properties. Regulations, Toxicol-
ogy. Ecology. Herbicides, Agricultural products, Path
of podutants. Triazotes, Nitrogen organic compounds.
•Chemical Information Fact Sheet' Amitrote, Use pat-
terns. Science findmgs. CAS 61-82-5.
                                PC A04/MF A01
PB93-149748/REB
Watershed Uanipuiatki
tatkxi Plan for 1990-1992.
CorvaHs Environmental Research Lab., OR.
H. Erickson, A. M. Narahara, L E. Rustad. M. Mitchell,
and J. Lee. Fob 93,75p EPA/600/R-93/024
See abo PB91-148403. Prepared in cooperation with
ManTech Environmental Technology, Inc., Corvallis,
OR., Maine  Univ. at Orooo. Sawyer Environmental
Chemistry Lab.,  and State Univ. of New York Coll. of
Environmental Science and Forestry, Syracuse.

The Bear Brook Watershed In Maine (BBWM) was es-
tabtshed in 1986 at Lead Mountain, Maine as part of
the Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA) Water-
shed Manipulation Project (WPM).  The goals of the
project are to: (1) assess the chemical response of a
   il upland forested watershed to increased loadings
      "	          bfogeoehe-
                                    response to
of SO4. (2) determine interactions amor
mical mechanisms controlhng
addc deposition, and (3) test the assumptions of the
Direct/Delayed Response Programs (DORP) comput-
er models of watershed acidification. The document
summarizes the field procedures used in the estabBsh-
ment and initial implementation of the plot- and catch-
ment-scate activities at the BBWM, and outlines plans
for 1990-02 project activities.

Keywords: 'Water Deflation abatement, 'Watersheds,
•Forest tend, 'Lead Mountain. Sites, Sampfing, Sulfur
 oxides, Chemical reactions. Response, Acidification,
 Deposition,  Mathematical  models. Soil  properties,
 Pretipitation(Meteorology), Oxygen isotopes, SuKates,
 Organic acids. Inorganic nitrates, Mobility, Bear Brook
 Watershed. Acid rain.
 PB93-149755/REB               PC A04/MF A01
 Corvallis Environmental Research Lab., OR.
 Episodic Response Project-Northern Appalachian
- Plateau: Site Description and Methodology.
 Pennsylvania State Univ., University  Park. Environ-
 mental Resources Research Inst
 D. R. DeWalle, B. R. Swistock. C. L Dow, W. E.
 Sharpe. and R. F. Cartine. Feb 93,64p EPA/600/R-
 93/023
 See also PB91 -176057. Prepared in cooperation with
 Pennsylvania Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research
 Unit University Park, and Northeastern Forest Experi-
 ment Station, University Park, PA. Sponsored by Cor-
 vallis Environmental Research Lab., OR.

 The study areas and methods are  described for re-
 search on acidic streamflow episodes in five forest
 stream/catchment systems in the northern Appalach-
 ian  Plateau  region of Pennsylvania. Research was
 conducted from October 1988 to April 1990 and in-
 volved both  hydrcchemical and biological studies. Hy-
 drochemical  monitoring  included measurements of
 stream discharge; in situ stream pH, conductivity, and
 temperature; as temperature, precipitation amounts
 and intensity, snowpack water equivalents, and snow-
 pack melt rates. Intensive stream sampling during se-
 lected events using computer-controlled automatic
 samplers was used to  document episodic stream
 chemistry. Stream  samples were analyzed for a com-
 plete suite of common cations and antons along with
 acid neutralizing content DOC, total monomeric alumi-
 num, and organic monomeric aluminum. Biological im-
 pacts  of acidic streamflow episodes on native brook
 trout and sculpin were assessed using electrofishing,
 in-situ  bioassays, radiotelemetry, and spawning sur-
 veys. A rigorous quality assurance/quality control pro-
 gram was established for all measurements during the
 study,  especially for water chemistry.

 Keywords: 'Acidification, 'Stream flow, 'Forest land,
 •Water pollution abatement Water chemistry, Monitor-
 ing,      pH,      Atmospheric      temperature,
 Preciprtation(Meteorology), Bioassay, Trout Environ-
 mental impacts. Invertebrates, Neutralizing, Chemical
 reactions. Aluminum, Fishes, Response, Quality con-.
 trol,    Sampling,    Tabtes(Data),    Appalachian
 Regxxi(Pennsytvania), Discharge(Water).
 PB93-149854/REB               PC A02/MF A01
 Surfactants and Subsurface Remediation. Journal
 article.
 Robert  S.  Kerr Environmental Research Lab.,  Ada,
 OK.
 C. C. West and J. H. Harwell. C1992,9p EPA/600/J-
 93/005
 Pub. in Environmental Science Technology, v26 n12
 P2324-2330,1992. Prepared in cooperation with Okla-
 homa Univ. Research Inst, Norman.

 Because of the limitations of pump-and-treat technolo-
 gy, attention is now focused on the feasibility of surfac-
 tant use to increase its efficiency. Surfactants have
 been studied for use in soil washing and enhanced oil
 recovery. Although similarities exist between the appli-
 cations, there are significant differences in the objec-
 tives of the technologies and the limitations placed on
 surfactant use. In this article we review environmental
 studies concerned with the fate and transport of sur-
 face-active compounds in the subsurface environment
 and discuss key issues related to their successful use
 for in situ aquifer remediation, particularly with respect
 to nonaqueous-phase liquids. (Copyright (c)  1992
 American Chemical Society.)

 Keywords: 'Surfactants, 'Remedial action, 'Subsur-
 face investigations, 'Water pollution control. 'Environ-
 mental  surveys. Aquifers,  Environmental transport
 Technology utilization, Land pollution control. Chemi-
 cal  properties. Pumping, Feasibiity studies, In-situ
 processing, Solubility, Surface properties. Soil wash-
 ing.
 PB93-149862/REB               PCA03/MFA01
 Corvallis Environmental Research Lab, OR.
 Collection and Chemical Analysis of Lichens for
 Btomonttorlng. Book chapter.
 Geological Survey, Denver, CO.
L L Jackson, J. Ford, and D. Schwartzman. 1991,22p
EPA/600/A-93/009
Pub. in Manual on The Use of Lichens in Air Pollution
Monitoring', Chapter 5,1991. Prepared in cooperation
with Oregon State Univ., Corvallis. Dept of Fisheries
and Wildlife, and Howard Univ., Washington, DC. Dept
of Geology and Geography. Sponsored by Corvallis
Environmental Research Lab., OR.

The chapter discusses the interrelated aspects of bio-
monitoring using chemical analysis of lichens. Many
unique aspects of study objectives, study design (in-
cluding design tasks, considerations, and sampling
schemes), sample collection, sample preparation, and
sample analysis that are required for a successful bio-
monitoring program using chemical analysis are em-
phasized.  The  advantages  and  disadvantages  of
common  analytical methods suitable for chemical
analysis of lichens are briefly discussed. Aspects of a
quality assurance program and final contract reports
are highlighted. In addition, some examples of studies
using chemical analysis of lichens are discussed.

Keywords: 'Chemical analysis, 'Biological indicators,
'Lichens,  'Environmental monitoring,  Air pollution
monitoring, Plants(Botany), Biological effects, Case
studies, Design  criteria.  Baseline measurements,
Quality assurance, Sampling, Temporal distribution.
Spatial distribution, Standards, Quality  control. Re-
prints.
PB93-149904/REB               PC A13/MF A03
Environmental Protection  Agency, Washington, DC.
Office of Pesticide Programs.
Protection of Pome Fruits, March 1985-May 1992.
Citations  from AGRICOLA Concerning Diseases
and Other Environmental Considerations. Bibliog-
raphies and literature of agriculture (Final).
National Agricultural Library, Bettsville, MD.
C. N. Bebee. Aug 92,283pf USDA/BLA-118
Sponsored by  Environmental  Protection Agency,
Washington, DC. Office of Pesticide Programs.

The citations  in this bibliography, The Protection of
Pome Fruits,  March 1985 - May 1992. are selected
from the AGRICOLA database and cover diseases, in-
sects, nematodes, weeds,  chemicals, and other envi-
ronmental  considerations.  A previous bibliography in
this series was issued as BLA 41 in 1985.

Keywords: 'Bibliographies, 'Pome fruits, 'Pest con-
trol. Environmental protection,  Fruit crops, Apples,
Horticultural crops, Pears,  Pesticides, Plant diseases.
Food processing. Weed control, NematockJes, Biologi-
cal control, AGRICOLA database.
PB93-149912/REB               PC A09/MF A03
Environmental Protection  Agency, Washington, DC.
Office of Pesticide Programs.
Methylbromlde and Its Alternatives as Fumigants,
1979-May 1992. Citations from AGRICOLA Con-
cerning Diseases and Other Environmental Con-
siderations. Bibliographies and literature of agricul-
ture (Final).
National Agricultural Library, Bettsville, MD.
C. N. Bebee. Aug 92,200p* USDA/BLA-120
Sponsored by  Environmental  Protection Agency,
Washington, DC. Office of Pesticide Programs.

The citations in this bibliography, Methylbromide and
Its Alternatives as Fumigants. 1979 - May 1992. are
selected from the AGRICOLA database and cover dis-
eases, insects,  nematodes, weeds, chemicals, and
other environmental considerations.

Keywords: 'Methyl bromide. 'Pesticides,'Fumigants,
•Bibliographies, Insect control. Insecticides, Nemato-
cides, Substitutes, Food  processing, Weed control,
Fungicides. Soils, Horticultural crops. Forest manage-
ment Environmental  protection,  AGRICOLA data-
base.
PB93-150100/REB               PC A02/MF. A01
Environmental Protection Agency, Research Triangle
Park, NC. Air and Energy Engineering Research Lab.
Characterization  of  Organic  Emission  from  a
Wood Finishing Product-Wood Stain. Journal arti-
cle.
Acurex Corp., Research Triangle Park, NC.
J. C. S. Chang, and Z. Quo. c1992,10p EPA/600/J-
93/001
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Pub. in Indoor Air 2, p146-153, 1992. Sponsored by
Environmental Protection Agency, Research Triangle
Park, NC. Air and Energy Engineering Research Lab.

The paper gives results of the measurement of emis-
sion  characteristics  of  four  organic  compounds
(nonane,  decane,  undecane,  and 1,2,4-trimethylben-
zene) from a wood finishing product, wood stain, in an
environmental chamber. It was found that the emission
patterns of the four organic compounds can be de-
scribed by a two-phase model: phase 1, when the
wood stain is relatively wet; and phase 2, when the
wood stain becomes relatively  dry.  The changes of
emission  mechanisms between  phases 1 and 2 were
reflected  by the significantly different emission and
decay rates measured during  the two periods. A rela-
tionship was found that can be used to predict the rela-
tive emission and decay rates  of the four organic com-
pounds from the wood stain.

Keywords: 'Emission, 'Wood, "Stains, 'Air pollution
control,   'Volatile   organic compounds,   Stationary
sources. Mathematical models, Evaporation, Aromatic
monocydic hydrocarbons, Alkanes.


PB93-150118/REB               PC A02/MF A01
Plot-Scale Evlauatlon of an Indnerablllty Ranking
System for Hazardous Organic Compounds. Jour-
nal article.
Environmental Protection Agency, Cincinnati, OH. Risk
Reduction Engineering Lab.
G. J. Carroll, R. C. Thumau. J. W. Lee. L R. Watertand,
andB. Dellinger. C1992,10p EPA/600/J-93/002
Pub. in Jnl. of the Air and Waste Management Associa-
tion, v42  n11  p1430-1436  Nov 92.  See also  PB90-
259854 and PB92-166966. Prepared  in cooperation
with Acurex Corp./Aerotherm,  Mountain  View. CA.,
and Dayton Univ., OH. Research  Inst.

The study was conducted to evaluate an incinerability
ranking system developed by the University of Dayton
Research Institute under contract to the EPA Risk Re-
duction Engineering Laboratory. Mixtures of organic
compounds were prepared and combined with a clay-
based sorbent matrix. These  mixtures were then fed
into the pilot-scale rotary kiln incineration  system at
the U.S. EPA Incineration Research Facility. In a series
of five (5) tests, the following conditions were evaluat-
ed: baseline/typical operation; thermal failure;  mixing
failure; matrix failure; and a worst-case combination of
the three (3) failure modes. Under baseline conditions,
mixing failure, matrix failure, kiln-exit destruction and
removal efficiencies (DREs) for each compound were
sufficiently high that separation of compounds accord-
ing to observed  ORE was not possible; a correlation
between compound ranking and relative ORE could
not be  confirmed.  A wider distribution of compound
DREs during the thermal-failure  and worst-case tests
allowed for a better statistical evaluation; statistically-
significant correlations above the 99% and 93% confi-
dence intervals were identified for the two tests, re-
spectively.

Keywords: 'Air pollution control, 'Hazardous materi-
als, 'Incinerators,  'Combustion  efficiency,  'Ranking,
•Organic compounds, Waste disposal, Thermal stabili-
ty, Rue gases, Statistical analysis, Performance stand-
ards. Air pollution sampling. Kilns, Reprints, 'Principal
organic hazardous constituents.
P893-150126/REB               PC A03/MF A01
Comparative Resistance of 'Escherichia coir and
Enterococd to Chlorlnatlon. Journal article.
Environmental Protection Agency, Cincinnati, OH.
E. W. Rice, T. C. Covert, D. K. Wild, D. Berman, and S.
A. Johnson. c1992,11 p EPA/600/ J093/003
Pub. in Jnl. of Environmental Science and Hearth A28,
nl D89-97 1993. See also  PB86-158045. Prepared in
cooperation with National Inst for Occupational Safety
and Health, Cincinnati, OH.

Pure cultures of Escherichia  coli and Enterococcus
faecium were inactivated by free chlorine and monoch-
loramine.  Indigenous  E.  coli  and  enterococci   in
wastewater effluents were also inactivated. Selective
bacteriological media specifically designed for the
enumeration of the target microbes were utilized in the
study. Results show that enterococci are  more resist-
ant than E. coli to chlorine disinfection. (Copyright (c)
1992 by Marcel Dekker, Inc.)

Keywords: 'Chlorination,  'Water pollution control,
•Sewage treatment effluents, 'Escherichia coli, 'En-
terococcus faecium,  Bacteria,  Enterobacteriacease,
Disinfection, Reprints.
PB93-150134/REB               PC A03/MF A01
Removal  of Beryllium from Drinking Water by
Chemical Coagulation and Lime Softening. Journal
article.
Environmental Protection  Agency, Cincinnati,  OH.
Drinking Water Research Div.
D. A. Lytle, R. S. Summers, and T. J. Sorg. c1992,12p
EPA/600/J-93/004
Pub. in Jnl. of Water Supply Research and Technolo-
gy-AQUA, v41 n6 p330-339, 1992. Prepared in coop-
eration with Cincinnati Univ., OH.

The effectiveness of conventional drinking water treat-
ment and lime softening was evaluated for beryllium
removal from two drinking water sources. Jar test stud-
ies were conducted to determine how common coagu-
lants (aluminum sulfate and ferric chloride) and  lime
softening performed in removing beryllium from spiked
waters. Centrifugation was used to simulate filtration.
The two source waters used were raw Ohio River
water and groundwater from the Great Miami Aquifer.
The impact of initial beryllium concentration, coagulant
dose, turbidity and pH on beryllium removal was exam-
ined and optimum treatment conditions were deter-
mined. Jar tests using alum and feme chloride coagu-
lants were able to achieve 95% and 85% removal of
beryllium respectively from surface water. Removal ef-
ficiency increased as the pH was increased. Based on
the data collected in the study, coprecipitation and pre-
cipitation are the two likely mechanisms responsible
for beryllium removal.

Keywords: 'Beryllium,  'Potable water, 'Water treat-
ment, Centrifuging,  Coagulants,  Removal, Calcium
oxides. Ground water, Ohio River, Tests,  Aluminum
sulfate, Concentration(Composition), Surface waters,
Performance  evaluation, Alums, Iron  chlorides, pH,
Turbidity, Reprints, 'Drinking water. Lime softening.
PB93-150142/REB               PC A02/MF A01
Extraction and Recovery  of Lead Species from
Soil. Journal article.
Environmental Protection Agency, Cincinnati, OH. Risk
Reduction Engineering Lab.
S. Krishnamurthy. C1992,8p EPA/600/J-93/006
Pub. in Environmental Progress, v11 n4 p256-260 Nov
92. See also PB87-142378.

The  remediation of lead contaminated soil at Super-
fund and urban soil  is a serious concern, given the
grave effects of lead exposure and the pervasive
nature of the threat  The lead species of interest are
elemental lead, lead sulfate, basic carbonate of lead
and lead dioxide. These species were solubilized in a
three step process, using pure chemicals and the total
lead was recovered as lead sulfate. Bench scale ex-
periment were done using a soil that was dosed with
varying amounts of the contaminants (Total lead from
1,000 to 10,000 ppm.).  Better than 80% of the con-
taminants was recovered as lead sulfate, using the
three step process. The treated soil passed the TCLP
test with 3.0 ppm of lead, showing that it could be rede-
posited on site. A pilot plant scale-up is being explored.

Keywords:  'Soil treatment 'Lead(Metal), 'Remedial
action, 'Land pollution control, 'Lead inorganic com-
pounds, Superfund, Urban areas, Materials recovery,
Lead sulfates, Extraction,  Lead oxides, Solubilization,
Experimental design, Soil contamination, Lead carbon-
ates, Toxicity Characteristic Leaching Procedure.
PB93-150159/REB               PC A03/MF A01
Control Technology: 1992 Update of U.S. EPA's
Superfund  Innovative  Technology  Evaluation
(SITE) Emerging Technology Program. Journal arti-
cle.
Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC.
Office of Emergency and Remedial Response.
N. M. Lewis, N. P. Berkley, and T. Williams. c1992,14p
EPA/600/J-93/007
Pub. in Jnl. of the Air and Waste Management Associa-
tion, v42 n12 p1644-1656 Dec 92. See also PB92-
224294.

The  Superfund Innovative Technology  Evaluation
(SITE) Emerging Technology Program (ETP) has en-
couraged and financially supported further develop-
ment of bench- and pilot-scale testing and evaluation
of innovative technologies suitable for use at hazard-
ous waste sites for five years. The ETP was estab-
lished under the Superfund Amendments and Reau-
thorization Act (SARA) of 1986. The ETP complies with
the goal of the SITE Program to promote, accelerate
and make commercially available the development of
alternative/innovative treatment technologies for use
at Superfund sites. Technologies are submitted to the
ETP through yearly solicitations for Preprosals. Facili-
ties, equipment, data collection, performance and de-
velopment are monitored throughout the project. The
U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) and  the U.S.  Air
Force (USAF) are participants in the ETP.  DOE has co-
funded ETP projects since 1990 and the USAF since
1991. A primary goal of the ETP is to move developed
technologies to the field-demonstration stage. There-
fore, a developer may be considered for participation
in the SITE Demonstration Program provided perform-
ance in the ETP indicates the technology  is field-ready
for demonstration and evaluation.

Keywords:  'Hazardous  materials,  'Technology inno-
vation, 'Waste management, Alternatives, Superfund,
Performance  evaluation, Field tests, Funds, Inciner-
ation, Remedial action, Biological treatment, Physical
treatment, Trends, Stabilization, Solidification, Materi-
als handling,  Reprints, 'Superfund Innovative Tech-
nology Evaluation  Program, 'Innovative  treatment
technologies, Chemical treatment.
PB93-150167/REB               PC A03/MF A01
Corvallis Environmental Research Lab., OR.
Role of Nitrate in the Acidification of Streams in
the Catsklll Mountains of New York. Journal article.
Geological Survey, Albany, NY.
P. S. Murdoch, and J. L Stoddard. C1992,16p EPA/
600/J-93/008
Contract EPA-68-C8-0006
Pub. in Water Resources Research, v28 n10 p2707-
2720 Oct 92. Prepared in cooperation with ManTech
Environmental Technology, Inc., Corvallis, OR. Spon-
sored by Corvallis Environmental Research Lab., OR.,
and New York City Dept. of Environmental Protection.

Research on the effects of acidic deposition in the
United States has focused largely on the role of sulfur
deposition in the acidification of surface waters. Re-
sults from both long-term (up to 70 years) and recent
monitoring of stream chemistry in the Catskill Moun-
tains of New York indicate, however,  that nitric acid
has a significant and increasing role in surface water
acidification that, during  high-flow periods, rivals the
role of sulfuric  acid. Nitrate increases with increased
stream flow throughout the year except during the late
summer, when  biological  activity and its attendant ni-
trogen uptake are greatest; peak concentrations as
high as 128 micrograms/l have been recorded during
spring snowmelt. In  contrast,  sulfate concentrations
decrease with increased  flow.  (Copyright (c) 1992 by
the American Geophysical Union.)

Keywords: 'Water pollution sampling, 'Acidification,
'Inorganic nitrates, 'Streams,  Stream flow, Air water
interactions, Deposition,  Nitric acid,  Catskill  Moun-
tains,  New  York, Surface waters,  Long term effects,
Water chemistry. Data collection, Runoff, Biological ef-
fects, Reprints.
PB93-150175/REB               PC A03/MF A01
Corvallis Environmental Research Lab., OR.
Genetically Engineered Baculovlruses as Agents
for Pest Control. Journal article.
Boyce Thompson Inst. for Plant Research, Ithaca, NY.
H. A. Wood, and R. R. Granados. c1991,21 p
Grants EPA-R-815831-01-0, USDA-88037263-3700
Pub.  in  Annual  Reviews  Microbiology 45, p69-87,
1991. Sponsored by  Corvallis  Environmental  Re-
search Lab., OR., Department of Agriculture, Washing-
ton, DC., and Forest Service, Washington, DC.

Baculoviruses constitute one of the largest and most
diverse  groups of insect pathogenic viruses. Numer-
ous experimental field trials between 1950 and 1960
demonstrated the usefulness of baculoviruses as viral
insecticides; however, with the concurrent advent of
numerous synthetic  pesticides with  broad-spectrum,
low cost, and  high insecticidal  activity, viral insecti-
cides failed to become a commercial success.  During
the late  1970s and throughout the 1980s it became
clear that the overdependence on chemical pesticides
for pest  control created numerous unacceptable agri-
cultural,  environmental, and human-health  problems.
The paper  examines the current status of pesticidal
baculoviruses,  their  genetic improvement, and the
field-release testing of modified viruses.
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Keywords: 'Bacutoviridae, 'Biological insect control,
•Pest control. Genetic engineering, Field tests. Re-
prints.
PB93-150191/REB
Socpllon  of  Toxic
    PC A02/MF A01
   Compounds  on
km and Modeling.
Wastewater  SoHcta Mechanta
Journal article.
Environmental Protection Agency. Oncinnali, OH. Risk
Reduction Engineering Lab.
L. Wang, R. Govtod. and R. A. Dobbs. c1992.9p EPA/
600AJ-93/011                 '
Pub. in Environmental Science and Technology, v27
nl p152-158 Jan 93. See also PB86-218427. Prepared
in cooperation with  Cincinnati Univ., OH. Dept of
Chemical Engineering.

Sorptton of toxic organic compounds on wastewater
solids is an important process in conventional biologi-
cal wastewater treatment systems. The extent of accu-
mulation of toxic organic compounds by sorptton onto
wastewater soBds not only affects the efficiency of the
treatment system, but also impacts the management
of wastewater soBds. The study is an attempt to pro-
pose a mechanism for understanding the sorptton phe-
nomenon and to develop a model  for sorptJon on
wastewater soSds based on the proposed mechanism.
It was postulated that sorption was a combination of
two processes: adsorption and partitioning. A sorption
model was developed for both single component and
muWcomponent systems. The model was tested using
 ' '           it experimental isotherm data of eight
           compounds.

Keywords:  'Sewage treatment 'Sorption,  'Solids.
•Organic compounds, Adsorption. Separation, Mathe-
matical  models.  Toxic  substances.  Experimental
design. Activated sludge process.  Comparison, Acti-
vated carbon treatment. Reprints,  'Waste water
PB93-150208/REB               PC AOS/MF A01
Environmental Protection Agency, Research Triangle
Park. NC. Air and Energy Engineering Research Lab.
Characterization of PM-10 Emission* from Antt-
sUd Material* AppKed to tee- and Snow-Covered
Roadways* Final rept.
Midwest Res
           earch Inst, Kansas City, MO.
J. S. KSnsev. Jan 93, 82p EPA/600/R-93/01 9
Contract EPA-68-DO-0137
See also PB-273 518, PB84-223734, PB86-239787,
PB88-19622S and PB90-1 83658. Sponsored by Envi-
ronmental Protection Agency, Research Triangle Part
NC. Air and Energy Engineering Research Lab.

The report gives results of a field program to estabfish
a predtetive model for PM-10 (paniculate matter with
Diameters = or < 10 micrometers) emissions. (NOTE:
Several  areas of the U.S. in violation of the National
Ambient Air Quaity Standard for PM-10 have conduct-
ed  studtes that have identified the resuspension of
antiskid  material applied to paved roads as an impor-
tant source of PM-10. The application of anfckid mate-
rials creates a temporary but substantial increase in
the amount of fine paniculate on the road surf ace over
and above that which is  normally present Measured
emission date are lacking for all types of antiskid mate-
riate.) A source-oriented emissions sampling proce-
dure was conducted on a section of US 53 just west of
Duluth, MN. during March/April 1 992. The only general
observation made was that PM-10 emissions appear
to increase with the amount of antiskid material ap-
plied. A comparison of measured emission factors with
those predcted by an EPA compilation of air pollutant
emission factors mdcated that most of the measured
factors are higher than those predicted from silt-load-
ing.

Keywords:  'Particulates, *Air pollution  sampling,
•Emission factors.  'Deicers. 'Roads. 'Skid resist-
ance,   Ice    control.    Mathematical   models,
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rides.  Fertilizers,  Farms,  Environmental  impacts,
Breeding, Seasonal variations, Methodology  'Foreign
technology, 'Ontario, Point count method.


PB93-156057/REB               PC A03/MF A01
Corvallis Environmental Research Lab., OR
Evaluating Point Count versus Territory Mapping
in Cropland Birds. Symposium paper.
Sherbrooke Univ. (Quebec). Dept. de Biologie.
A. Cyr, D. LePage. and K. Freemark. Oct 82,20p EPA/
600/A-93/019
See also PB93-156040. Prepared in cooperation with
Uvaj Univ., Quebec. Dept. de Biologie, and Canadian
Wildlife Service, Ottawa (Ontario). Sponsored by Cor-
vallis Environmental Research Lab., OR.

Species richness,  composition  and abundance of
farmland birds were compared between point counts
(50,100, and 150 m radius half circles) and territory
mapping on three 40 ha plots in Quebec,  Canada.
Point counts of smaller radii tended to have larger den-
sity estimates than  counts  of  larger  radii.  Territory
mapping detected 10 more species than 150  m-radius
point counts. Territory mapping at 150 m radius detect-
ed more birds per species than point counts; relative
abundances however were similar. Bird density is
probably optimally estimated with a 100 m-radius point
count After four visits, more than 80% of species and
birds from seven visits had been detected by 150 m
radius point counts. The modified point count method
appears to be accurate enough to reflect the farmland
avifauna characterized by more labor intensive meth-
ods such as territory mapping.

Keywords: 'Farms. 'Birds, 'Mapping, 'Canada, Com-
parison, Abundance, Wildlife, Density(Mass/volume),
Species diversity, Estimates, Accuracy,  Agriculture,
Pesticides, 'Foreign technology, 'Quebec, Point count
method, Territorial mapping.


PB93-156107/REB               PC A03/MF A01
Cost  Effectiveness Analysis  of Effluent Guide-
Bnes  and Standards for the  Aluminum Forming
Category.
Environmental Protection Agency,  Washington, DC.
Office of Water Regulations and Standards.
Sep83,50p
See also  PB91-145441,  PB84-244433  and PB84-
244425.

The paper reports the results of a cost-effectiveness
analysis of alternative water pollution control technol-
ogies for the aluminum forming category.

Keywords: 'Metal working, 'Aluminum industry 'Cost
effectiveness, 'Water pollution control, Standards, US
EPA, dean Water Act, Sources, Economic impact. Op-
erating costs,  Periodic variations, Toxicity, Fluid filtra-
tion, Activated carbon treatment Removal, Best avail-
able  technology,  Pre-treatment(Water),  Industrial
water.
PB93-156495/REB               PC A04/MF A01
Environmental Protection Agency,  Washington,  DC.
Office of Analysis and Evaluation.
Economic Analysis of the Phosphate Subcategory
of the Fertilizer Manufacturing Industry: Louisiana
Phosphoric Add Plants.
Development Planning and Research Associates, Inc.,
Manhattan, KS.
Feb84,73p
Contract EPA-68-01 -7644
See also PB-265 062 and PB-300 681. Sponsored by
Environmental Protection Agency.  Washington,  DC.
Office of Analysis and Evaluation.

The report analyzes the economic  impact of various
point source control alternatives for the Phosphate
Subcategory of the Fertilizer Manufacturing Industry. It
focuses on the  impacts resulting from the remedial
control options currently under consideration for the
four phosphoric acid plants located in Louisiana,

Keywords: 'Economic impact 'Industrial plants, 'Fer-
tilizers, 'Regulations, 'Pollution  control, Phosphoric
acids. Manufacturing, Cost estimates, Operating costs,
Production, Prices, Financing, Tables(Data),  Employ-
ment Louisiana, Point sources.
PB93-156503/REB               PC A05/MF A01
Environmental Protection Agency,  Washington, DC.
Office of Analysis and Evaluation.
Economic Analysis of the Phosphate Subcategory
of the Fertilizer Manufacturing Industry: Louisiana
Phosphoric Add Plants, July 1986.
Development Planning and Research Associates, Inc.,
Manhattan, KS.
Jul 86,88p
Contract EPA-68-01 -6744
See also PB93-156495. Sponsored by Environmental
Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of Analysis
and Evaluation.


The purpose of the report is to provide an economic
analysis of the  various remedial  regulatory options
under study for the four phosphoric acid plants. The
direct firm level impacts aa well as the overall industry
impacts are examined.


Keywords:  'Economic analysis,  'Industrial  plants,
'Fertilizers, 'Regulations, 'Pollution control,  Phos-
phoric acids,  Manufacturing,  Cost analysis, Sulfuric
acid, Ammonia,  Production, Prices, Sales, Land dis-
posal, Slurries, Waste disposal, Rivers, Pipelines, Lou-
isiana, Remedial options.
PB93-156552/REB               PC A08/MF A02
Hazardous Air Pollutant Emissions from Process
Units In the Synthetic Organic Chemical Manufac-
turing Industry: Background Information for Pro-
posed Standards. Volume  1A. National Impacts
Assessment Draft rept.
Environmental Protection Agency, Research Triangle
Park, NC. Office of Air Quality Planning and Standards.
Nov92. l62pEPA/453/D-92/016A
See  also Volume 1B,  PB93-156560,  Volume  1C,
PB93-156578 and PB93-143972.


A draft rule for the regulation of emissions of organic
hazardous air pollutants (HAP's) from chemical proc-
esses of the synthetic organic chemical manufacturing
industry (SOCMI) is being proposed under the author-
ity of Sections 112,114,116, and 301 of the Clean Air
Act as amended in 1990. The volume of the  Back-
ground Information Document presents the results of
the national impacts assessment for the  proposed
rule.


Keywords:  'Hazardous  materials,  'Volatile organic
compounds,  'Air  pollution   control,   'Standards,
'United  States, Regulations,  Chemical  plants,  US
EPA,  Chemical engineering,  Economic  impact  As-
sessments, Models, Sources, Emission, Air pollution
control equipment Leakage, Storage tanks, Cost con-
trol, Waste treatment Tables(Data), 'Environmental
impact statements draft
PB93-156560/REB               PC A13/MF A03
Hazardous Air Pollutant Emissions from Process
Units In the Synthetic Organic Chemical Manufac-
turing Industry: Background Information for Pro-
posed Standards. Volume 1B. Control Technol-
ogies. Draft rept
Environmental Protection Agency, Research Triangle
Park, NC. Office of Air Quality Planning and Standards.
Nov 92, 294p EPA/453/D-92/016B
See also Volume 1A, PB93-156552 and Volume 1C,
PB93-156578.


A draft rule for the regulation of emissions of organic
hazardous air pollutants (HAP's) from chemical proc-
esses of the synthetic organic chemical manufacturing
industry (SOCMI) is being proposed under the author-
ity of Sections 112,114,116, and 301 of the Clean Air
Act as amended in  1990. The volume of the  Back-
ground Information Document presents discussions of
control technologies used in the industry and the costs
of those technologies.

Keywords: 'Hazardous materials, 'Volatile organic
compounds, 'Chemical plants, 'Air pollution control,
'Standards,  States(United  States),  Chemical engi-
neering, Storage tanks, Waste water, Vents, Leakage,
Air pollution control equipment. Waste treatment, In-
cinerators, Economic impact  Boilers, Cost analysis,
Tables(Data),  'Environmental  impact statements  -
draft
PB93-156578/REB               PC A11/MF A03
Hazardous Air Pollutant Emissions from Process
Units in the Synthetic Organic Chemical Manufac-
turing Industry: Background Information for Pro-
posed Standards.  Volume  1C. Model Emission
Sources. Draft rept.
Environmental Protection Agency, Research Triangle
Park, NC. Office of Air Quality Planning and Standards.
Nov 92,232p EPA/453/D-92/016C
See also Volume IB, PB93-156560 and Volume 1A,
PB93-156552.

A draft rule for the regulation of emissions of organic
hazardous air pollutants (HAP's) from chemical proc-
esses of the synthetic organic chemical manufacturing
industry (SOCMI) is being proposed under the author-
ity of Sections 112,114,116, and 301 of the Clean Air
Act, as amended in  1990. The volume of the  Back-
ground Information Document presents model emis-
sion sources that were developed to evaluate the na-
tional impacts of the proposed rule.

Keywords:  'Hazardous materials, 'Volatile organic
compounds, 'Chemical  plants, 'Air pollution control,
'Standards, States(United  States),  Chemical  engi-
neering, Storage tanks, Waste water, Chemical reac-
tor, Vents,  Leakage,  Sources,  Models,  Economic
impact, Cost analysis, Air pollution control equipment.
Boilers, Emission, Tables(Data), Clean Air Act, 'Envi-
ronmental impact statements - draft
PB93-156586/REB               PC A11/MF A03
Environmental Protection Agency, Research Triangle
Park, NC. Office of Air Quality Planning and Standards.
Alternative Control Techniques Document NOx
Emissions from Stationary Gas Turbines.
Midwest Research Inst, Gary, NC.
R. B. Snyder. Jan 93,249p EPA/453/R-93/007
Contract EPA-68-D1 -0115
Sponsored by Environmental Protection Agency, Re-
search Triangle Park, NC. Office of Air Quality Plan-
ning and Standards.

The Alternative Control  Techniques document de-
scribes  available control technologies  for reducing
NOx emissions levels from stationary combustion gas
turbines. Information on the formation of NOx and un-
controlled NOx emissions from gas turbines is includ-
ed.  Water injection, steam  injection, and low-NOx
combustors,  used independently  or in combination
with selective catalytic reduction (SCR), are discussed.
Achievable controlled NOx emissions levels, costs and
cost effectiveness,  and  environmental  impacts are
presented and applicability to new equipment as well
as retrofit applications is discussed. The application of
these technologies  to gas turbines operating in off-
shore platform applications is included. Information on
the  use of alternate fuels, catalytic combustion, and
selective noncatalytic reduction (SNCR)  to reduce
NOx emissions is also briefly presented.

Keywords: 'Nitrogen oxides, 'Combustion products,
'Gas turbines, 'Air pollution control, Catalytic combus-
tors.  Environmental  impacts,  Cost effectiveness,
Steam injection, Fluid injection, Stationary pollutant
sources,  Stabilized  platforms, Natural gas, Oils,
Graphs(Charts), Heat measurement. Reduction, Alter-
nate fuels.
PB93-157105/REB               PC A10/MF A03
Compilation  of  Air  Pollutant Emission  Factors.
Volume 1. Stationary  Point and  Area Sources.
Supplement E.
Environmental Protection Agency, Research Triangle
Park, NC. Office of Air Quality Planning and Standards.
Oct 92,219p AP-42-SUPPL-E
See also Supplement D, PB92-126945.

In the  Supplement to the  Fourth Edition of AP-42
Volume I, new or revised emissions data are presented
for Anthracite Coal Combustion; Natural Gas Combus-
tion; Liquified Petroleum Gas  Combustion;  Wood
Waste Combustion In Boilers; Bagasse Combustion In
Sugar Mills; Residential Fireplaces; Residential Wood
Stoves; Waste Oil Combustion; Automobile Body In-
cineration; Conical Burners; Open Burning; Stationary
Gas Turbines for Electricity Generation; Heavy  Duty
Natural Gas Fired Pipeline Compressor Engines; Gas-
oline and Diesel Industrial Engines; Large Stationary
Diesel and All Stationary Dual Fuel Engines; Soap and
Detergents; and Storage of Organic Liquids.
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 Keywords: "Emission. 'Air pollution, "Volatile organic
 compounds. 'Stationary pollutant sources. Combus-
 tion products. Anthracite. Natural gas. Coal gas. Boil-
 ers, Gasoline, Internal combustion engines, Diesel en-
 gines. Industrial wastes. Oils, Tabfes(Data), Point
 sources. Emission factors.
 PB93-157550/REB               PC A07/MF A02
 Robert & Kerr Environmental Research Lab., Ada,

 LNAPL  Distribution  and  Hydrocarbon  Vapor
 Transport in the CapOary Fringe.
 Massachusetts Univ., Amherst Environmental Engi-
 neering Program.
 a W. Ostendori, E E Mover. R. J. Richards, E S.
 HMen. and Y. Xie. Dec 92, U2p EPA/600/R-92/247
 Grant EPA-R-816821
 See also P891-171S38 and PB91-207035. Sponsored
 by Robert & Kerr Environmental Research Lab., Ada.
 Ofs,

 Vertical attributions of  water and fight nonaqueous
 phase tquid (LNAPL) from a wen documented aviation
 gasoine spa at the US Coast Guard Air Station in Tra-
 verse City. Michigan were measured. Two field sam-
 pfing methods for the determination of LNAPL content
 were presented. Existing models for the free and resid-
 ual LNAPL profites described the data with calibrated
 error standard deviations ranging from 14 to 23% in
 magnitude. Afield trapping protocol  was also devel-
 oped with sample ports fabricated in the intact core
 sfaevos as part of the trapping method, which yielded
   ' 1 hydrocarbon concentration data consistent with
total
independent dat
                from «tubing duster. The evapora-
 tion of 2A4 trimethytpentane and £2,5 trimethythex-
 ane vapors from the LNAPL was measured in the labc-
 ratory under Diffusive and advective conditions to sim-
 ulate sol venting and sparging. The data and theory
 suggested that lower soil venting  or sparging flow
 rates were in principle as effective as higher rates in
 stripping gasoline vapors from contaminated sois. The
 cosms obtain
            i of hydrocarbon vapors in soil mioro-
            riaseptically from the site was also doc-
Keywords: •Aviation gasoline, •Hydrocarbons, 'Soils,
Sampling, Liquid wastes. Spatial distribution, Vapors,
Plumes, Concentration(Composrtion), Capfflary water.
Verting.  Row  rate.  Degradation,  '^^
•Gasofine    spOs,    Traverse
NAPUNonaqueous phase liquid).


PBS3-157568/REB               PCA03?MFA01
Environmental Protection Agency. Chicago, IL Great
Lakes National Program Office.
Cost Effective Com  and  Soybean  Production
Without Triage: Fact or FtotJon (May 1988).
Purdue Univ,lafayette, IN. Dept of Agricultural Eco-
nomics.
J. J. Fletcher, and & B. Lovejoy. 1993,22p EPA/905/
9-91/010,, GL-011/91
Grant EPA-R005805
See atoo PB88-209B38 and PB88-209846. Sponsored
by  Environmental Protection Agency. Chicago. IL
Great Lakes National Program Office.

Using farm  level data developed in conjunction with
the Lake Erie Conservation TMage  Demonstration
Project, the authors show that farmers can manage re-
duced tOage systems to maintain yields and increase
profits. Wrie the specific results are not applicable to
al areas, the findings do show that farmers are able to
manage emerging Ullage technologies effectively.

Keywords:  'Com  plants,  'Soybean  plants,  'Farm
management. Reduction, Cultivation, Yield. Cost ef-
fectiveness, Herbicides. Field tests. Cost estimates,
Seeds, Drying. Profits. InrJana. 'Lake Erie Conserva-
tion THage Demonstration Project
PB93-157923/I1EB
Construction, Monttortr
TwoSoiUner*.
Environmental Pr	,
Reduction Engineering Lab.
i,  MHiiiiUMBifr ana rwimiu
ftfs» PtOjtct SunwiMnf*
ri Protection Agency. Cincinnati.
                               PCA02/MFA01
                              Performance  of
                                      OH. Risk
L G. Krapac, K. Cartwnght B. a Henset, B. l_ Herzog,
and T. K Lareoa Sep 92.6p EPA/600/S-92/024
See also PB92-124049.

A prototype sol Iner and a field-scale soS finer were
consliucted to test whether compacted soil  barrier
systems could be bull to meet the standard set by the
US. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) for satu-
                                                 rated hydraulic conductivity (< or = 10 to the 7th
                                                 power cm/s). In situ ponded infiltration rates into the
                                                 prototype liner were measured with  the use of two
                                                 large (5 m diameter), sealed double-ring infiltrometers.
                                                 The saturated hydraulic conductivity  of the liner was
                                                 estimated from the infiltration data to be no more than
                                                 3.6 x 10 to the minus 8th power cm/s. Measurements
                                                 of soil tension  using pressure transducer tension-
                                                 meters indicated that the wetting front had reached a
                                                 depth greater than 20 cm.

                                                 Keywords: 'Soils. 'Linings. 'Barriers,  'Standards, Hy-
                                                 draulic conductivity, Prototypes, Fluid infiltration. Test
                                                 methods. Dyes, Measurement, Water flow. Tension-
                                                 meters, Specifications, Darcys law. Performance eval-
                                                 uation. Glacial till. Construction.
                                                 PB93-157931/REB              PCA03/MFA01
                                                 Method 524. Measurement of PurgeaMe Organic
                                                 Compounds In Drinking Water by Gas Chromatog-
Environmental Monitoring and Support Lab.-Cincin-
nafi, OH. Physical and Chemical Methods Branch.
A. Alford-Stevens, J. W. Etehelberger. and W. L
Budde. Fob S3.34p EMSL-1435
SeealsoPB84-157916.

The report includes a method that provides proce-
dures for identification and measurement of purgeabte
organic compounds in finished drinking water, raw
source water, or drinking water in any treatment stage.
The method  is applicable to a wide range of organic
compounds that have sufficiently high volatility and tow
water solubility to be removed from water samples with
purge and trap procedures.

Keywords: 'Measurement,  'Volatile  organic com-
pounds, 'Water supply, 'Water treatment. Identifying,
Purging,  Traps, Laboratories, Removal, Detection,
Test methods, Quality control. Gas chromatography.
'Drinking water.
                                                 PB93-1S8988/REB              PC A07/MF A02
                                                 Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC.
                                                 Office of Solid Waste.
                                                 Economic Impacts of RCRA Regulations on the
                                                 Plating and PoHsning Industry. Final draft rept
                                                 Development Planning and Research Associates, Inc.,
                                                 Manhattan, KS.
                                                 Mar84,138pP-536
                                                 Contract EPA-68-01-6621
                                                 See also PB83-165803 and PB89-238182. Sponsored
                                                 by Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC.
                                                 Office of Solid Waste.

                                                 The study estimates the potential economic impacts of
                                                 the Resource Conservation Recovery Act regulations
                                                 upon the plating and polishing industry.

                                                 Keywords:  'Electroplating, 'Metal finishing,  'Waste
                                                 management,  'Cost analysis,  'Regulations, Hazard-
                                                 ous materials. Industrial wastes. Economic impact.
                                                 Markets, Production, Competition. Manufacturing, Em-
                                                 ployment, Financial management, Compliance, 'Re-
                                                 source Conservation and Recovery Act, Metal indus-
                                                 try, Least cost treatment
PB93-S00221/REB                      CP DOS
                                 Term (ISCST)
                                tion.
                               Washington, DC.
Office of Science and Technology.
Oct 92,1 diskette EPA/SW/DK-93/004
System: IBM PC or compatible; MS DOS operating
system. Language: FORTRAN. Data is in compressed
format Model contains executable files for microcom-
puter. Supersedes P890-500257.
The software is on one 31 /2 inch Diskette, 1.44M high
density. Documentation included; may be ordered sep-
arately   as  PB92-232446.  PB92-232453,  PB92-
232461. and PB92-232479.

The model  is a steady-state Gaussian plume model
which can be used to assess pollutant concentrations
from  a wide variety of sources associated with an in-
dustrial source complex. It can account for settling and
dry deposition of particulates, downwash, area, Rne
and volume sources, plume rise as a function of down-
ward dtetance, separation of point sources, and hmited
terrain  adjustment Average concentration or  total
deposition may be calculated in 1,2,3.4,6,8.12 and/or
24 hour periods. An 'N' day average concentration (or
                                                  total deposition) over the total number of hours may
                                                  also be computed.

                                                  Keywords: 'Models-Simulation, 'Software, 'Air pollu-
                                                  tion,       'Industrial       waste.       Plumes,
                                                  Concentration(Composition), Air quality, Particulates,
                                                  Point sources, Meteorology, Atmospheric  diffusion,
                                                  Diskettes.
PB93-500270/REB                       CP D02
Organic Contract Compliance Screening  System
(OCCSS) Software (OLM01.8 Version 3) (for Micro-
computers). Software.
Environmental Protection Agency. Washington, DC.
Hazardous Site Evaluation Div.
1992,1 diskette* EPA/SW/DK-93/002
System: IBM AT/PS2 or compatible; MS DOS Version
3.3 operating system. Language: Base SAS. Super-
sedes PB92-502202. See also PB92-501501 (SOW 21
88/Vers. 6/90), and PB92-501527 (SOW 3/90). Other
formats available as PB93-500288 (ICCSS).
The software is on one 5 1 /4 inch diskette, 1.2M high
density. File format Executable Code. Documentation
included; may be ordered separately as PB92-169564.

OCCSS software is a version of a mainframe-based
application developed for the U.S. Environmental Pro-
tection Agency's National Contract  Laboratory Pro-
gram  (CLP). OCCSS is designed to automate the de-
termination of contractural compliance and complete-
ness of data submitted to the EPA under the Routine
Analytical Services (RAS) programs of CERCLA (Com-
prehensive Environmental Response Compensation
and Liability Act). In order to remain consistent with the
mainframe system, the PC version of OCCSS is written
in SAS, and requires that SAS/PC be installed on the
host PC. It will load analytical data from diskettes into
SAS  file format, perform technical edits on  data,
produce technical defect and summary reports, and
reproduce forms  which contain defects.  In addition,
OCCSS includes software to assist in identifying these
critical structural defects in the data format, to assist in
identifying these  for correction prior to performing
technical edits.

Keywords: 'Software, 'Environmental surveys,  'Or-
ganic  compounds, 'Waste management, 'Analytical
chemistry, Diskettes, US EPA, Compliance, Super-
fund,  Data compilation, Hazardous  materials,  Data
base  management Laboratories, 'Organic Contract
Compliance Screening System, National Contract Lab-
oratory Program,  Comprehensive Environmental Re-
sponse Compensation and Liability Act
PB93-500288/REB                      CP D02
Inorganic Contract Compliance Screening System
(ICCSS) Software (ILM02.1 Version 2) (for Micro-
computers). Software.
Environmental Protection Agency. Washington, DC.
Hazardous Site Evaluation Div.
1992,1 diskette* EPA/SW/DK-93/003
System: IBM AT/PS2, or compatible; MS DOS Version
3.3 operating system. Language: Base SAS. Super-
sedes PB92-501519. Other formats available as PB93-
500270 (OCCSS).
The software is on one 5 1/4 inch diskette, 1.2M high
density. Frie format Executable Code. Documentation
included; may be ordered separately as PB92-145598.

ICCSS software is a version of a mainframe-based ap-
plication developed for the U.S. Environmental Protec-
tion Agency's National Contract Laboratory Program
(CLP). OCCSS is designed to automate the determina-
tion of contractural compliance and completeness of
data submitted to the EPA under the Routine Analyti-
cal Services (RAS) programs of CERCLA (Compre-
hensive Environmental Response Compensation and
Liability Act). In order to  remain consistent with the
mainframe system, the PC version of ICCSS is written
in SAS, and requires that SAS/PC be installed on the
host PC. It wHI toad analytical data from diskettes into
SAS file  format perform technical edits on  data.
produce technical defect and summary reports, and
reproduce forms which contain  defects. In addition,
OCCSS includes software to assist in identifying these
critical structural defects in the data format to assist in
identifying these for correction prior to  performing
technical edits.

Keywords: 'Software, 'Waste management 'Analyti-
cal chemistry,  'Environmental  surveys,  'Inorganic
compounds, Diskettes, Data base management Lab-
oratories, Superfund, US EPA, Data compilation, Haz-
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ardous materials,  Compliance, 'Inorganic Contract
Compliance Screening System, National Contract Lab-
oratory Program, Comprehensive Environmental  Re-
sponse Compensation and Liability Act.
PB93-500684/REB                       CP D02
AOL Migration Estimation Model (for Microcom-
puters) (Release Number 1). Software.
Environmental  Protection Agency, Washington,  DC.
Office of Pollution, Prevention, and Toxics.
Sep90,1 diskette* EPA/SW/DK-93/012
System:  IBM PC AT or compatible; Memory: 504MB.
Language: FORTRAN.
The software is on one 5 1/4 inch diskette, 1.2M high
density.  File format ASCII. Documentation included;
may be ordered separately as PB93-134096.


ADL Migration Estimation Model (AMEM) is a user
friendly software package programmed for an IBM per-
sonal computer that provides the user with the ability
to estimate the weight fraction of a chemical migrating
from a polymeric material. The chemical may be an ad-
ditive (e.g., a plasticizer) or unreacted monomer (e.g.,
styrene). The  program estimates  the migration of
chemicals based on mathematical equations  derived
using diffusion and mass transfer theories. The user is
prompted for chemical specific data such as molecular
weight and  vapor pressure of the migrant The user
may  enter the diffusion coefficient for the polymer of
interest or may use one of the default  values provided
by the software for six generic types of polymers with a
wide range of diffusion coefficients. Background infor-
mation,  model development mathematical calcula-
tions, example scenarios, and a user's guide are pro-
vided in the documentation.


Keywords:  'Software,  'Polymers,   'Environmental
transport, 'Indoor air pollution, 'Diffusion, Computer-
ized  simulation, Diskettes, Plasticizers, Mass transfer.
Molecular weight Additives, Monomers, Vapor pres-
sure, Study estimates, *ADL Migration  Estimation
Model.
PB93-500742/REB                CD-ROMS45.00
Toxic Release Inventory (TRI), 1987-1990 (on CD-
ROM). Data file.
Environmental  Protection Agency, Washington, DC.
Office of Pollution, Prevention, and Toxics.
1990, CD-ROM* EPA/DF/CD-93/020
System: IBM PC or compatible. 640K RAM (with 430-
4BOK RAM available for fielded data), Hard Disk, MS-
DOS or PC-DOS version 3.3 or higher, CD-ROM drive,
color or monochrome monitor and a printer. Super-
sedes PB92-500024. See also PB92-501816 (1990),
PB91-507509  (1989),   PB91-508572  and  PB91-
509109. Includes user instructions.
The datafile is on one 4.72 inch disc. Data format ISO
9660. The diskettes are in ASCII format

Section 313 of the Emergency Planning and Communi-
ty Right-to-Know Act (also known as Title III) of the Su-
perfund Amendments and Reauthorization Act of 1986
(Public Law 99-499) requires EPA to establish  a na-
tional inventory of toxic chemical emissions from cer-
tain facilities. The following information is required: the
name, location and type of business; off-site locations-
to which the facility transfers toxic chemicals in waste;
whether the chemical is manufactured  (including im-
portation), processed, or otherwise used and the gen-
eral categories of use of the chemical; an estimate (in
ranges) of the maximum amounts of the toxic chemical
present at the facility at any time during  the preceding
year; quantity of the chemical entering each medium -
air, land, and water - annually;  waste treatment/dis-
posal methods  and efficiency of methods for each
waste stream; optional information on waste minimiza-
tion; and a certification by a senior facility  official that
the report is complete and accurate. The law man-
dates that the data be made publicly available through
a computer database.

Keywords: 'Data file, 'Toxic substances, 'Waste man-
agement 'Chemical compounds. Land pollution, Air
pollution, Water pollution, Manufacturing, Industrial
plants, Emergency plans, Public information.  Waste
disposal, Waste treatment Pollution regulations. Re-
quirements, CD-ROM, *TRI(Toxic Release Inventory),
Emission inventories.
PB93-502631/REB                       CP D02
Flexible Membrane Liner Advisory Expert System
(FLEX) (for Microcomputers) (Version 3.0). Soft-
ware.
Environmental Protection Agency, Cincinnati, OH. Risk
Reduction Engineering Lab.
Sep 92,1 diskette* EPA/SW/DK-93/029
System: IBM 80386 or compatible; DOS 5.0 operating
system, 500K. Language: C.
The software is on one 51/4 inch diskette, 1.2M high
density.  File format ASCII. Documentation included;
may be ordered separately as PB93-134872.

Flexible  Membrane Liner  Advisory Expert System
(FLEX), assists in the interpretation of the data from
EPA Method 9090 tests. The U.S.  Environmental Pro-
tection Agency uses Method 9090 as the standard test
for determining the chemical compatibility of flexible
membrane liners  used in solid waste containment ap-
plications. The FLEX system uses artificial intelligence
techniques to analyze selected EPA Method 9090 test
results. The program's design enables the system to
quickly run the 9090 test data through a large number
of rules representing conventional linear standards. It
then generates a report detailing  data omissions, in-
consistencies, and  any indications that the liner may
be unsuitable for containment of the test leachate or a
chemically similar substance.

Keywords: 'Software, 'Expert systems, 'Solid waste
disposal, 'Hazardous materials, 'Membranes, 'Lin-
ings, Diskettes, Performance standards, Land pollution
control,  Chemical  resistance,  Leaching, Materials
tests, Computibility methods,  Physical  properties,
'Flexible Membrane  Liner Advisory Expert System,
EPA method 9090, Geomembranes, Geosynthetic ma-
terials.
PB93-904200/REB                   Subscription
EPA (Environmental Protection Agency) Publica-
tions Bibliography,  Quarterly Abstract Bulletin.
Quarterly repts.
Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC.
Office of Administration.
1993,4 issues
Supersedes PB92-904200.
Paper copy available on Subscription, U.S., Canada,
and Mexico price $135.00/year; all others $270.00.
Single copies also available.

EPA Publications Bibliography is a quarterly abstract
bulletin  containing  the  abstracts, corporate  source,
subject contract number and title indexes. The fourth
issue of the year contains bibliographic citations with
abstracts for the proceeding quarter and cumulative in-
dexes for the calendar year.

Keywords: 'Bibliographies, *Air pollution, 'Water pol-
lution. Abstracts, Subject indexing, Authors, Technical
reports,  Regulations,  Standards,  Waste disposal,
Public health, 'Environmental protection, Air quality
maintenance, Air pollution effects.
PB93-911600/REB                   Subscription
Pesticide Compact Label Hie - 1990 Updates. Ir-
regular repts.
Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC.
Office of Pesticide Programs.
1993, open series
Supersedes PB92-911600.
Microfiche  available on  subscription,  U.S., Canada,
and Mexico price $180/yean all others $360.00. Basic
set available as PB92-911699.

Photographs of updated and new pesticide labels plus
updated index to the entire Compact Label File. Con-
tains a collection of information on registered pesticide
labels. Information includes active ingredients and per-
centages of same; common name of active chemicals,
sites and pests for usage, dosage and safety informa-
tion. The subscription update service provides current
updates to the manual (base set).

Keywords:   'Documentation,   'Pesticides,   Photo-
graphs,  Microfilm,  Labels,  Information   retrieval,
Indexes(Documentation).
 PB93-921100/REB                 Standing Order
 Health  Effects  Assessment  Summary Tables.
 Quarterly.
 Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC.
 1993.4 issues
 Supersedes PB92-921100.
Paper copy available on Standing Order, Deposit Ac-
count required (Minimum deposit $100 U.S., Canada,
and Mexico; all others $200). Single copies also avail-
able. Issued and superseded quarterly.

The document is an excellent 'pointer' system to iden-
tify current literature or changes in assessment criteria
for many chemicals of interest to Superfund. It was
prepared for Superfund use by the Environmental Cri-
teria and Assessment Office (ECAO- Cin) in EPA's
Office  of  Health  and  Environmental Assessment.
Chemicals considered are  those for which Health Ef-
fects Assessment Documents,  Health and Environ-
mental Effects Profiles, Health Assessment Docu-
ments or Air Quality Criteria Documents have been
prepared by ECAO.  Radionuclides considered are
those believed to be most common at Superfund sites.
Tables summarize reference doses (RfDs) for toxicity
from subchronic and chronic inhalation, oral exposure,
slope factors and  unit risk values  for carcinogenicity
based on lifetime inhalation and oral exposure, and ra-
dionuclide carcinogenicity.

Keywords: 'Public health, 'Hazardous materials, 'Ra-
dioactive wastes, 'Chemical compounds, Waste dis-
posal, Exposure, Site  surveys. Dosage, Tables(Data),
Risks, Reviews, 'Superfund program,  'Environmental
impact assessments, 'Biological effects, 'Health haz-
ards, Air quality. Environmental effects.
PB93-921700/REB                   Subscription
Environmental  Protection Agency Civil  Enforce-
ment Docket. Quarterly rept.
Environmental Protection Agency,  Washington, DC.
Office of Enforcement.
M. J. Miller. 1993, open series
Supersedes PB92-921700.
Available on subscription, U.S., Canada, and Mexico
price  $240/yr  price for  others  $480/yr.  Individual
issues are available at price code E17. This subscrip-
tion is also available on diskette, order number PB91-
591970.

The  Enforcement  Docket is the  U.S. Environmental
Protection Agency's system for tracking civil judicial
cases filed on the Agency's behalf by the Department
of Justice. The  Docket contains  information on filed
civil cases from 1972 to the end of October 1990. The
information contained in the Docket can be grouped
into case information, facility information and defen-
dent information. Case information contains data on a
case such as case name, data filed, date concluded,
laws/sections violated, and penalty information. Facili-
ty information contains data related to the  facility in-
cluding a complete address and EPA ID number. Final-
ly, there are a list of all the defendants associated with
the case.

Keywords:  'Law enforcement, Law(Jurisprudence),
'US EPA, 'Environmental pollution,  Case studies, Pol-
lution regulations.
PB93-963251/REB               PC A02/MF A01
Mentor-Protege Program.
Environmental Protection Agency, Washington,  DC.
Office of Emergency and Remedial Response.
Oct 92,10p EPA/540/R-92/029, OSWER-9242.6-12
Paper copy available on Standing Order, deposit ac-
count required (minimum deposit $200 U.S., Canada,
and Mexico; all others $400). Single copies also avail-
able in paper copy or microfiche.

The  document  presents the conceptual framework
and  understanding of the Mentor-Protege  Program
being introduced and developed within the Environ-
mental Protection Agency (EPA) to stimulate the par-
ticipation of small disadvantaged businesses in EPA
contract requirements.

Keywords: 'Contract administration, 'Small business-
es, Disadvantaged groups. Programs, Contracts, Con-
tractors, Commercial development,  'Environmental
Protection Agency, Mentor-Protege Program.
 PB93-963252/REB               PC A03/MF A01
 Guidance on Implementation  of the Superfund
 Accelerated  Cleanup  Model  (SACM)   under
 CERCLA and the NCP. Directive.
 Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC.
 Office of Emergency and Remedial Response.
 7 Jul92,12pOSWER-9203.1-03
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 Paper copy available on Standing Order, deposit ac-
 count required (minimum deposit $200 U.S., Canada,
 and Mexico; all others $400). Single copies also avail-
 able in paper copy or microfiche.

 The Directive provides a more precise description of
 the Superfund Accelerated Cleanup Model (SACM) in
 order to ensure its consistent application with CERCLA
 andtheNCP.

 Keywords: •Superfund, 'Waste management, 'Haz-
 ardous materials. Guidelines,  Remedial action. Com-
 pliance, Sites, Assessments. Uw enforcement. Imple-
 mentation, -Office of Solid Waste and Emergency Re-
 sponse. •Superfund Accelerated Cleanup Model. Na-
 tional Contingency Plan, Comprehensive Environmen-
 tal Response Compensation and Liability Act, Cleanup
 operations,


 PB93-M3253/REB               PCA01/MFA01
 ExwcMng FtadbOtty through the Superfund Ac-
 celerated Cleanup Model (SACM). Directive.
 Environmental Protection  Agency, Washington, DC.
 Office of Emergency and Remedial Response.
 Oct9£3pOSWER-9203.1-03A
 See also PB93-963252.
 Paper copy available on Standing Order, deposit ac-
 count required (minimum deposit $200 U.S., Canada,
 and  Mexico: all others $400). Single copies also avail-
 able in paper copy or microfiche.

 The directive reaffirms the Office of Solid Waste and
 Emergency Response's commitment to supporting re-
 gtonaT offices in soundly-based decision-making while
 implementing the Superfund  Accelerated  Cleanup
 Model.

 Keywords: 'Superfund, 'Waste management, 'Haz-
 ardous materials, Remedial action. Regional analysis.
 Decision making. Implementation, Sites. Management
 planning. Compliance, 'Office  of Solid Waste and
 Emergency  Response.   'Superfund  Accelerated
 Cleanup Model. National Contingency Plan, Compre-
 hensive Environmental Response Compensation and
 UabSty Act. Cleanup operations. National Priorities
 List
PB93-963254/REB               PC A03/MF A01
SuperfurKi Progress: Fad/Winter 1992.
Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC.
Office of Emergency and Remecfial Response.
Jan93.17pOSWER-9200.1-12-3        •
Paper copy available on Standing Order, deposit ac-
count required (minimum deposit $200 U.S., Canada.
and Mexico; an others $400). Single copies also avafl-
abte in paper copy or microfiche.

The issue of Superfund Progress provides information
on  Superfund training programs, promoting local in-
volvement  in  Superfund, and a  Superfund 1992
progress report

Keywords:  •Superfund. 'Training devices. 'Waste
management. 'Hazardous materials. 'Personnel de-
velopment. Remedial action, US EPA, Local govern-
ment, Pubic opinion. Protective equipment. Uw en-
forcement. Cleanup operations.


PB93463255/REB               PC A03/MF A01
Superfund   Progress.   Aficionado's   Version.
Progress as of September 30,1992.
Environmental Protection Agency. Washington, DC.
Office of Emergency and Remedial Response.
Jan93,15pOSWER-9200.1-12C
Paper copy available on Standing Order, deposit ac-
count requred (minimum deposit $200 U.S., Canada.
and Mexico; al others $400).  Single copies also avail-
able in paper copy or microfiche.

The issue of Superfund Progress Aficionado's Version
provides facts and figures as of September 30,1992,
tor NPL site Distribution, emergency removals, prelimi-
nary assessments/site inspections/the NPL, remedial
investigations/feas8jaity   studies/RODs,   remedial
action, and enforcement

Keywords:  •Superfund, "Waste management, 'Haz-
ardous materials, Assessments,  US EPA, Remedial
action. Sites, FeasMrty studtes, Inspections, Law en-
forcement.  Emergency  planning, •Office  of Sofid
Waste and  Emergency Response, National Priorities
List Record of Decision.  ^^
PB93-963256/REB               PC A02/MF A01
Superfund Records of Decision Update. Volume 7,
Number 2, November 1992. Intermittent bulletin.
Environmental Protection Agency, Washington,  DC.
Office of Emergency and Remedial Response.
Nov92,10pOSWER-9200.5-216l-VOL-7-NO-2
Paper -copy available  on  Standing Order, deposit ac-
count required (minimum deposit $200 U.S., Canada,
and Mexico; all others $400). Single copies also avail-
able in paper copy or microfiche.


The issue of the ROD Update provides a list of RODs
signed in FY1992. The list was developed from the fol-
lowing  sources:  (1)  CERCLIS download  (October
1992); (2) NPL Site Descriptions; and (3) Regional Co-
ordinators. The list and descriptive information are pre-
liminary only. The Superfund national ROD total for FY
1992 is 164 RODs.


Keywords:  •Superfund, 'Waste management 'Haz-
ardous materials, 'Remedial action, Ustings, Sites,
Pollutants.  'Record of Decision, EPA regions MO,
National Priorities List, Regional coordinators.
PB93-963261/REB               PC A03/MF A01
Highlights:  Superfund  Program  Management
Fiscal Year 1993. Directive.
Environmental  Protection  Agency,  Washington, DC.
Office of Emergency and Remedial Response.
Oct 92,37p OSWER-9200.3-01 H-3
Paper copy available on Standing Order, deposit ac-
count required  (minimum deposit $200 U.S., Canada,
and Mexico; all others $400). Single copies also avail-
able in paper copy or microfiche.

The manual is targeted to EPA Superfund Division Di-
rectors.  It is intended to provide an overview of Fiscal
Year 1993 Superfund program goals and management
initiatives. Specifically the document contains informa-
tion on strategic planning goals and themes, program
planning and budgeting, and  manager's schedule of
significant events.

Keywords: 'Hazardous materials, 'Project manage-
ment. Management planning. Budgeting,  Financial
management. Decision making. Sites, Models, Per-
formance  evaluation. Cleanup,  'Superfund,  Waste
management
PB93-963801/REB               PC A04/MF A01
Superfund Record of Decision (EPA  Region 2):
Ramapo LandftH Site, Roddand County, NY. (First
Remedial Acton), March 1992. Final rept
Environmental  Protection Agency. Washington, DC.
Office of Emergency and Remedial Response.
31 Mar92.70pEPA/ROD/R02-92/169
Available on Standing Order, deposit account required
for all RODS is $700 for U.S., Canada, and Mexico; all
others $1,400. Deposit required for each region, $200
U.S.. Canada, and Mexico; all others $400. Also avail-
able individually in paper copy or microfiche.

The 60-acre former landfill site is located on a 96-acre
tract in the Town of Ramapo, Roddand County, New
York, about 35 miles northwest of New York City. Utili-
ty corridors fie on three sides of the site, including high-
voltage power transmission  lines. The site is currently
being used as a compaction and transfer facility by the
Town of Ramapo. Trash and debris are weighed at a
weigh station/guardhouse, compacted at a baler facili-
ty in the northeastern  comer of the site, and trans-
ferred to the Al Tun Landfill in Goshen, New York. The
ROD represents the entire remedial action for the site
by controlling source of contamination and the genera-
tion  of  teachate,  and treatment of contaminated
ground water. The primary  contaminants of concern
affecting soil, ground water, and surface water are
VOCs, including benzene; other organics;  and metals,
including arsenic, chromium, and lead. The selected
remedial action for the site is included.

Keywords: 'Superfund, 'Hazardous  materials, 'Re-
medial action,  'Waste Disposal. 'Waste treatment
Earth fills. Water pollution. Surface  waters, Ground
water.  Soil  contamination. Volatile  organic com-
pounds, Metals, Organic compounds, 'Record of De-
cision, First remedial  action-Final,  EPA region 2,
Cleanup, Rockland County(New York).
PB93-963901/REB               PC A04/MF A01
Superfund Record of Decision (EPA  Region 3):
U.S. Defense  General Supply  Center, (Operable
Unit 5), Richmond, VA.  (First  Remedial Action),
March 1992.
Environmental  Protection  Agency,  Washington, DC.
Office of Emergency and Remedial Response.
25 Mar 92,70p EPA/ROD/R03-92/142
Available on Standing Order, deposit account required
for all RODS is $700 for U.S., Canada, and Mexico; all
others $1,400. Deposit required for each region, $200
U.S., Canada, and Mexico; all others $400. Also avail-
able individually in paper copy or microfiche.

The 640-acre U.S.  Defense General Supply Center
(DGSC) is a military support, service, and storage facil-
ity located approximately 11 miles south of the City of
Richmond. Virginia.  Land use in the area is predomi-
nantly light industrial and residential with surrounding
woodlands. Studies conducted by the Army in 1984 led
to initiating site clean-up activities. Results of remedial
investigations revealed VOCs, other organics, and
metal contamination in soil and ground water samples
at sites throughout the facility. The ROD addresses the
interim remediation  of contaminated soil surrounding
the ANP as OU5. The future ROD will address the re-
mediation of ground water associated with the acid.
neutralization pits. Other RODs will address remedi-
ation activities for the remaining contamination areas
at the site. The primary contaminants affecting the soil
are VOCs including  PCE, TCE, benzene, toluene, and
xylenes; other organics, including pesticides and sol-
vents; and arsenic.  The selected remedial action for
the site is included.

Keywords: 'Superfund, 'Remedial action, 'Hazardous
materials, 'Waste disposal, 'Waste treatment Military
facilities, Soil contamination. Lard pollution, Ground
water. Water pollution. Volatile organic compounds,
Organic compounds, Metals, 'Record of  Decision,
First remedial action-Interim, EPA region 3, Cleanup,
Richmond (Virginia).
PB93-963902/REB               PC A07/MF A02
Superfund Record  of  Decision (EPA Region 3):
Raymark  Site,  Operable  Unit  1,  Montgomery
County, PA. (First  Remedial Action),  December
1991. Final rept
Environmental Protection Agency,  Washington, DC.
Office of Emergency and Remedial Response.
30Dec91,138pEPA/ROD/R03-92/144
Available on Standing Order, deposit account required
for all RODS is $700 for U.S., Canada, and Mexico; all
others $1,400. Deposit required for each region, $200
U.S., Canada, and Mexico; all others $400. Also avail-
able individually in paper copy or microfiche.

The 7-acre Raymark site is an active metal manufac-
turing and  electroplating plant in the Borough of Hat-
boro, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania. The site, lo-
cated in an industrial area, is approximately 100 feet
from the nearest residence. The nearest surface water
is Pennypack Creek, which flows 4,000 feet southwest
of the site. As part of the rivet manufacturing process-
es at the plant VOCs, including 30 to  40 gallons of
TCE, were used daily at the site to dean and degrease
metal parts.  The  ROD addresses the soil/source of
contamination as the final action at the  site and is re-
ferred to as OU1. The drinking water and risks posed
by groundwater (OU2 and OU3, respectively) were ad-
dressed in a previous 1990 ROD. The primary contami-
nants of concern  affecting the soil/source are VOCs,
induding 1,2-DCE, PCE, and TCE. The selected reme-
dial action for the site is included.

Keywords:  'Superfund, 'Hazardous materials, 'Indus-
trial waste treatment Volatile organic compounds. Soil
contamination. Metal industry. Electroplating, Land
pollution, 'Record of Decision, Cleanup, First remedial
action-Final,    EPA    region   3,   Montgomery
County(Pennsytvania).
PB93-963903/REB               PCA06/MFA02
Superfund Record of  Decision  (EPA Region 3):
Dublin Water Supply, Bucks County, PA. (First Re-
medial Action), December 1991. Final rept
Environmental  Protection Agency, Washington, DC.
Office of Emergency and Remedial Response.
30DOC91,124pEPA/ROD/R03-92/145
Available on Standing Order, deposit account required
for all RODS is $700 for U.S., Canada, and Mexico; all
others $1,400. Deposit required for each region, $200
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                                                 EPA PUBLICATIONS BIBLIOGRAPHY
U.S., Canada, and Mexico; all others $400. Also avail-
able individually in paper copy or microfiche.

The 4.5-acre Dublin Water Supply is a former manufac-
turing facility located in Dublin Borough, Bucks County,
Pennsylvania. The site consists of a one-story tower
building and parking lot. The surrounding area is mixed
commercial and residential, with a fruit orchard border-
ing  the site to the north  and west. Groundwater be-
neath the site contributes to the aquifer by providing a
drinking water source to  area residents. In 1986, the
current owner purchased the site for antique car resto-
ration. A portion of the site is currently leased to Labo-
ratory Testing, Inc., for metallurgical testing. During a
routine drinking water survey in 1986, the state discov-
ered elevated levels of TCE affecting approximately
170 area homes.  The early action ROD addresses the
provision of a permanent clean drinking water supply
to affected area  residents and businesses.  An addi-
tional RI/FS, which commenced in 1991, will focus on
remediation of the soil,  ground water, and surface
water in a  separate clean-up action. The primary con-
taminants  of concern affecting  ground water are
VOCs, including TCE, PCE, and vinyl chloride. The se-
lected remedial action for the site is included.

Keywords: *Superfund, 'Remedial action, "Hazardous
materials,  'Waste disposal, Ground water, Water pol-
lution control, Potable water,  Volatile organic com-
pounds, Feasibility studies,  Water supply,  Filtration,
'Record  of  Decision,  First  remedial  action-Final,
Bucks County(Pennsylvania), EPA region 3, Cleanup.
PB93-963904/REB               PC A05/MF A01
Superfund Record of  Decision  (EPA Region 3):
MW Manufacturing Site,  Montour  County, PA.
(Subsequent Remedial Action),  June 1992. Rnal
rept.
Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC.
Office of Emergency and Remedial Response.
30 Jun 92,90p EPA/ROD/R03-92/153
Available on Standing Order, deposit account required
for all RODS is $700 for U.S., Canada, and Mexico; all
others $1,400. Deposit required for each region, $200
U.S., Canada, and Mexico; all others $400. Also avail-
able individually in paper copy or microfiche.

The 15-acre  MW  Manufacturing  Site  is a  former
copper recovery facility in Montour County, Pennsylva-
nia. Land use in the area is mixed farmland and resi-
dential with a wetlands area, Mauses Creek, located
700 feet west of the site. The estimated 5,200 people
who reside within  1/4 mile of the site use  private
ground water wells as their drinking water source. In
1982, the state performed an initial remedial investiga-
tion that  revealed  several  areas posing potential
threats to public health: the carbon  waste pile; four
wire-fluff waste piles; a surface impoundment; a buried
lagoon; and contaminated soil, drums, and storage
tanks. Based on the investigation, the site has been di-
vided into three OUs to address cleanup of all contami-
nated media. The ROD (OU3) addresses the contami-
nation of the groundwater and the adjacent wetland
areas as the final remedial action at the site. The pri-
mary contaminants  of concern affecting the  ground
water are VOCs, including PCE and TCE; and other or-
ganics, including halogenated aliphatics. The selected
remedial action for the site is included.

Keywords: •Superfund, 'Remedial action, 'Hazardous
materials, 'Waste disposal, Water pollution, Ground
water, Volatile  organic compounds, Organic com-
pounds, Storage tanks, Lead(Metals), Copper, Materi-
als recovery. Public health, Soil contamination, Sur-
face impoundments, 'Record  of  Decision, Montour
County(Pennsytvania),  Subsequent remedial  action-
Final, Cleanup, EPA region 3.


PB93-964101/REB               PC A03/MF A01
Superfund Record of Decision (EPA Region  5):
Grand Traverse Overall Supply  Site, Greilickville,
Ml. (First Remedial Action), February 1992. Rnal
rept
Environmental Protection Agency, Washington,  DC.
Office of Emergency and Remedial Response.
3 Feb 92,36p EPA/ROD/R05-92/195
Available on Standing Order, deposit account required
for all RODS is $700 for U.S., Canada, and Mexico; all
others $1,400. Deposit required for each region, $200
U.S., Canada, and Mexico; all others $400. Also avail-
able individually in paper copy or microfiche.

The 3.9-acre Grand Traverse Overall Supply (GTOS)
site is an active commercial laundering facility in Grei-
lickville, Leelanau County, Michigan. Land use in the
area is residential, with an elementary school directly
east of the site. From 1953 to 1977, the GTOS facility
discharged  laundry  and process wastes  from dry
cleaning operations onsite to seepage lagoons and a
dry-well. From 1978 to 1980, the state required GTOS
to conduct removal actions. In 1978, dry cleaning op-
erations were discontinued, but the GTOS site remains
active and continues to discharge wastes into the sani-
tary sewer system. The ROD addresses the potential
risks posed by onsite ground water. As a result of pre-
vious removal actions, organic compounds present in
low levels in soil, and  organic and inorganic  com-
pounds present in ground water no longer pose an un-
acceptable  risk to human health or the environment;
therefore, there are no contaminants of concern  af-
fecting the site. The selected remedial action for the
site is the no action alternative; however, ground water
monitoring for inorganics will continue for 1 year.

Keywords: 'Superfund, 'Hazardous materials, 'Waste
disposal, 'Remedial action, Dry cleaning, Washing,
Laundries,  Compliance,  Water  pollution  control,
'Record of Decision, EPA region 5, Cleanup, First re-
medial action-Final, Leelanau County(Michigan).
PB93-964102/REB               PC A05/MF A01
Superfund Record of Decision (EPA Region 5):
Midco  II,  Gary,  IN. (First  Remedial  Action),
(Amendment), April 1992.
Environmental Protection  Agency, Washington, DC.
Office of Emergency and Remedial Response.
13 Apr 92,76P/EPA/ROD/R05-92/193
Available on Standing Order, deposit account required
for all RODS is $700 for U.S., Canada, and Mexico; all
others $1,400. Deposit required for each region, $200
U.S., Canada, and Mexico; all others $400. Also avail-
able individually in paper copy or microfiche.

The 7-acre Midco II site  is an abandoned  chemical
waste storage and disposal facility in Gary, Indiana.
Land use in the surrounding area is predominantly in-
dustrial. The underlying aquifer, which is used primarily
for non-drinking purposes, is highly susceptible to con-
tamination from surface sources. From 1976 to 1978,
the site was used for treatment, storage, and disposal
of chemical and bulk liquid wastes. The ROD amends
a 1989 ROD that addressed the remaining contaminat-
ed soil, pit wastes, and ground water by treatment of
an estimated 35,000 cubic yards of soil wastes. The
amended remedy reduces the estimated amount of
soil to be treated, as a result of new information on ar-
senic data and amended soil CALs, further defines the
site cover requirements, and further defines the re-
quirements for deep well injection of contaminated
ground  water. The primary contaminants of concern
affecting the  subsurface  soil,  sediment, and ground
water are VOCs,  including methylene chloride,  ben-
zene, toluene, TCE, and xylenes; other organics, in-
cluding PCBs, phenols, and PAHs; and metals, includ-
ing chromium, and lead. The amended remedial action
for the ROD is included.

Keywords: 'Superfund, 'Remedial action, 'Hazardous
materials, 'Waste disposal, Abandoned sites, Volatile
organic compounds, Land pollution. Water pollution,
Sediments, Ground water, Soil contamination, Organic
compounds,   Metals,   'Record    of    Decision,
Gary(lndiana), First remedial action-Amendment, EPA
region 5, Cleanup.
 PB93-964103/REB               PC A04/MF A01
 Superfund  Record  of Decision (EPA  Region 5):
 Twin Cities AF Reserve (SAR Landfill), MN. (First
 Remedial Action), March 1992. Final rept.
 Environmental  Protection Agency,  Washington, DC.
 Office of Emergency and Remedial Response.
 31 Mar92,58pEPA/ROD/R05-92/192
 Available on Standing Order, deposit account required
 for all RODS is $700 for U.S., Canada, and Mexico; all
 others $1,400. Deposit required for each region, $200
 U.S., Canada, and Mexico; all others $400. Also avail-
 able individually in paper copy or microfiche.

 The 2-acre Twin Cities AF Reserve (SAR Landfill) site
 is a former disposal  area for U.S. Air Force (USAF)
 main Base refuse in Minneapolis, Hennepin County,
 Minnesota. Land use in the area consists of a Small
 Arms Range,  Minneapolis-St. Paul International Air-
 port, and Fort  Snelling State Park. The  Small Arms
 Range Landfill (SARL), acquired by the USAF in 1955,
 was used for disposal of main Base refuse from 1963
 to 1972. Industrial wastes were buried at the landfill.
 The ROD is the first and final action for the site and ad-
dresses remediation of the ground water. The primary
contaminants of concern affecting the soil and surface
water did not exceed  ARARs and, therefore, are not
considered a threat  since  access restrictions ad-
dressed in the  ROD will be implemented at the site.
The  primary contaminants of concern  affecting the
ground water are VOCs, including benzene, 2-butan-
one, toluene, and TCE; other organics, including di-n-
butylphthalate;  and metals, including arsenic, berylli-
um, cadmium, and chromium. The selected remedial
action for the site is included.

Keywords: 'Superfund, 'Hazardous materials, 'Waste
disposal, 'Remedial action,  Water  pollution, Ground
water,  Volatile  organic compounds,  Organic  com-
pounds, Metals, Earth fills, Military facilities, Industrial
wastes,    'Record    of    Decision,     Hennepin
County(Minnesota), Cleanup, First remedial action-
Final, EPA region 5.
PB93-964104/REB               PC A03/MF A01
Superfund Record of Decision (EPA Region  5):
Columbus Old Municipal Landfill, Columbus,  IN.
(First Remedial Action), March 1992.  Final rept.
Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC.
Office of Emergency and Remedial Response.
31 Mar92,36pEPA/ROD/R05-92/194
Available on Standing Order, deposit account required
for all RODS is $700 for U.S., Canada, and Mexico; all
others $1,400. Deposit required for each region, $200
U.S., Canada, and Mexico; all others $400. Also avail-
able individually in paper copy or microfiche.

The 19-acre Old Municipal Landfill site  is located near
the City of Columbus in Bartholomew County, Indiana.
The site, located in the 100-year floodplain of the East
Fork of the White River, is bounded by farmland, state
roads, and an inactive gravel quarry pond. Current land
use in the vicinity of the  site includes  an abandoned
shooting range, concrete mixing  operation, and  the
City of  Columbus  POTW.  The waste material was
dumped directly on the ground surface and was ex-
posed to the elements. Open burning of waste material
occurred regularly. Annual spring flooding caused the
waste material to become submerged  periodically. In
1990, the PRPs, under direct guidance of the state and
EPA, conducted an investigation to assess the poten-
tial impacts of the waste  material deposited in  the
landfill on soil, ground water, surface water,  and river
sediments in the vicinity of the site. Based upon find-
ings of  the remedial  investigation and evaluation of
current site risks, EPA concluded that the site currently
poses no immediate  or long-term risks to  human
health and the environment, me conclusion is based
on current site conditions with the assumption that
these conditions will not change. The selected remedi-
al action for the site is  no further action (modified),
which includes ground water  monitoring and a five-
year review of site conditions  to evaluate the  protec-
tiveness of the remedy.

Keywords: 'Superfund, 'Waste disposal, 'Remedial
action, 'Hazardous materials, Earth fills, Soil contami-
nation, Land pollution control.  Water pollution control,
Ground water, Surface waters, Flood  plains,  Runoff,
'Record of Decision, Cleanup, EPA region 5, First re-
medial action-Final, Bartholomew County(lndiana).
 PB93-964501/REB               PC A05/MF A01
 Superfund  Record  of Decision (EPA  Region 9):
 Westinghouse Electric (Sunnyvale Plant), Sunny-
 vale, CA. (First Remedial Action), October 1991.
 Final rept.
 Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC.
 Office of Emergency and Remedial Response.
 16 Oct 91,82p EPA/ROD/R09-92/079
 Available on Standing Order, deposit account required
 for all RODS is $700 for U.S., Canada, and Mexico; all
 others $1,400. Deposit required for each region, $200
 U.S., Canada, and Mexico; all others $400. Also avail-
 able individually in paper copy or microfiche.

 The 75-acre Westinghouse  Electric (Sunnyvale Plant)
 site is an active industrial facility located in Sunnyvale,
 Santa Clara Valley, California. The site currently manu-
 factures steam  generators, marine propulsion sys-
 tems, and missile-launching systems for the U.S. Gov-
 ernment. The area around  the site has been devel-
 oped for light industrial, commercial, and residential
 uses. The ROD addresses remediation of the contami-
 nated shallow ground water and  soil, which pose the
 primary risks at the site. The primary contaminants of
 concern affecting soil and ground  water are PCBs, sol-


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vents, and fuel compounds. The selected remedial
action for the site is included.

Keywords: 'Superfund. 'Remedial action, 'Hazardous
materials, 'Waste cfisposal, Soil contamination. Land
pollution, Water pollution. Ground water, Volatile or-
ganic compounds. Polychlorinated biphenyls, Industri-
al wastes, Propulsion, Underground storage, Storage
tanks.  Fuels, 'Record  of Decision,  Cleanup,  EPA
region 9, Santa dara(Cal(fornia), First remedial action-
Final,
AO-A258 623/8/REB             PC A11/MF A03
Molecular Regulation of the Induction of Cytoch-
rome P-450E In the Estuarine Fish Fundulus He-
terocttus. Doctoral thesis.
Woods Hole Oceanographfc Institution. MA.
P. J. Ktoepper-Sams/Feb 89,226p Rept no. WHOI-89-

ContractsEPA-CR-813155-01-0, EPA-CX-813567-01-
01
Sponsored in part by grants NSF-CCE83-10S05 and
PHS-ES-«220.

Regulation of induction of P450IA1 (P-450E) in te-
teosts was examined by investigating temporal rela-
tionships between P450E protein, activity, and mRNA
levels, and measuring protein and heme turnover, in
the tefeost Fundulus heteroditus.  Monoclonal anti-
bodtes used for P450E protein detection were specific
in immunoblots  for purified scup (Stenotomus ehry-
sops) P450E. a single band corresponding to P450E in
scup microsomal. mixtures, and the xenobiotic-induct-
bte orthotogue in other fish including Fundulus. P450E
mRNA was measured by translation of total RNA, pre-
cipitation with antJ-P4SOE porydonal antibodies and
autoradtography. or  by  hybridization of RNA with  a
trout P450IA1 cDNA. P450E and ethoxyresorufin O-
deethytese activity rose coordinator/ after treatment
with Beta-naphthoflavone. lagging behind mRNA in-
creases by about 25 hours. mRNA levels declined i
kSy. despite  prolonged elevated protein  and
levels. In a dual (abet experiment, P4SOE was |    .
tated from sokjoBtzed microsomes. The apoprotein
was calculated to have a half-life of 32 to 43 hours, the
heme moiety a longer half-life of 104 hours. These re-
sults  support a hypothesis that transcriplional en-
hancement is involved in initial stages of P450E induc-
tion. whae other forms of control are important in main-
tenance of P-450E expression. This study addressed a
specific chefnco-ixological  interaction- the orga-
nsm's biochemical response to a challenge by foreign
compounds-wnich occurs in the marine environment
Xenobiotic metaboftsm, Enzyme induction, Cytoch-
romeP-450.

Keywords: Augmentation, Autoradiography, Control,
Detection, Envronments, Enzymes, 'Fishes, Half life,
Hemoglobin, Hybridization. Interactions, labels. Main-
tenance.  MetaboBsm, Microsomes, Mixtures, Mono-
clonal antibodies. Precipitation. Proteins, Regulations,
Response, Trout, Estuarine fish, 'Fundulus heterocli-
tus, 'Cytochrome P-450, Theses, Enzyme induction,
Messenger RNA.


DE92643948/REB                PC A04/MF A01
Radloecology In Nordic limnlc systems - present
knowledge and future prospects.
National  Environmental  Protection Agency, Solna
(Sweden).
1991,64pSNV-3949

This report was compiled during a meeting within the
aquatic group in the Nordic Nuclear Safely Research
Programme, in November 1990. It is a joint effort to
summarize the results from post - Chernobyl research
in Nordic limnic ecosystems. The most important path-
ways, processes and factors  determining the  (sup
137JCS concentration in fish are identified and  dis-
cussed, (au). (Atomindex citation 23:071064)

Keywords:  'Aquatic Ecosystems,  'Cesium 137, B
Codes, Biological Half-Life, *Chemobylsk-4 Reactor.
Ecological  Concentration,  Environmental Exposure
Pathway, Experimental Data, Fallout Deposits, Fishes,
International Cooperation, Lakes, Radioactivity, *Ra-
ctoecology. Radionuclide Migration,  Reactor Acci-
dents. Sediments. Tabtes(data), 'Foreign technology,
EDB/540330. EDB/220502. 'Meetings.
DE93603681/REB                PC A03/MF A01
Bladder-wrack (Fucus vesteuJosus L) as an Indica-
tor for radlonucUde* In the environment of Swed-
ish nuclear power plants.
National  Environmental  Protection Agency,  Solna
(Sweden).
G. Neumann, and M. Notter. 1991.38p SNV-3931

Results from gamma radiation analysis of samples of
bladder-wrack, Fucus  veskxitosus,  growing in  the
aquatic environment of Swedish nuclear power plants,
are presented. The concentrations of the  main nu-
dides, viz. (sup 60)Co, (sup 58)Cu. (sup 65)Zn, (sup
54)Mn and (sup 110) Ag, are reported. Series of sam-
ples from the environment of Ringhals (at the Swedish
west coast) and of Simpevarp (at the Baltic proper)
were collected during the years 1979-1982 and 1981-
1982, respectively. The data for (sup 60)Co and (sup
6S)Zn were analysed using a  model correlating the
concentration of radtonuclides in Fucus with the corre-
sponding discharges. Also, on a small series of (sup
60)Co data from Simpevarp, a model was tried based
on kinetic constants for uptake and elimination. The
nudide concentrations in Fucus as a function  of the
distance to the point of emission was also studied, as
well as transfer factors for the different nudktes. Final-
ly the accuracy which can be  expected when using
Fucus for checking discharges of radionuclides from a
power plant is discussed. 1Srefs.,6figs., 11 tabs. (Ato-
mindex citation 23:078837)
Keywords: 'Fucus, Baltic Sea, 'Biological Indicators,
Cobalt 60, North Sea, Power Reactors, 'Radioecologi-
cal  Concentration, Radionuclide  Kinetics, Statistical
Data, Sweden. Zinc 65, Tables(data), 'Foreign tech-
nology, EDB/220502, EDB/560162, 'Nuclear power
plants.
DE93721673/REB                PC A03/MF A01
New technology for refrigeration  and heating
plants.
National  Environmental  Protection  Agency, Solna
(Sweden).
U. Joensson, P. Stenberg, A. H. Pettersson, and P. O.
Rizetl. Mar 92.48p SNV-4033
Also available in Swedish as SNV-4020.

The report is an account  of a project which aimed at
making a survey of the technical development of refrig-
eration and heating  pump plants against the back-
ground of international and national plans to phase out
the use of CFC and HCFC refrigerants. The report is
not intended to give full coverage of the market in-
stead, its purpose is to give examples  of technology
which allow for reductions in the use of CFC and HCFC
refrigerants. The account describes the technical de-
velopment position in the autumn of 1991. The consul-
tancy is responsible for the contents of the report (au).

Keywords: 'Refrigeration. 'Air Pollution Abatement,
Chlorofluorocarbons,  'Heat Pumps,  Industry,  Re-
search Programs, Surveys, Sweden, Technology As-
sessment 'Foreign technology, EDB/290300, EDB/
540120.
DE93721674/REB                PC A07/MF A02
Greenhouse gases. Emissions and counterrneas-
ures In an International perspective.
National  Environmental  Protection Agency,  Solna
(Sweden).
Dec91,150pSNV-4045
Also availabe in Swedish as SNV-4011.

This report to the Swedish government aims at de-
scribing the factual basis of the greenhouse gas prob-
lem. Methods to account for the greenhouse gas emis-
sions are treated, including the possibility to smooth
out randomized yearly fluctuations in air temperature
and precipitation. The 1990 emission of greenhouse
gases are illustrated and forecasting has been done to
AD 2000. (22 figs.).

Keywords: 'Greenhouse Gases, Agriculture, 'Air Pol-
lution, Carbon Dioxide, Chlorofluorocarbons, Climatic
Change,  Emission, Environmental  Effects, Environ-
mental Policy, Forecasting,  Forestry,  Greenhouse
Effect,  Methane, Nitrous Oxide,  Ozone. Statistical
Data, Sweden, Taxes, Tabtes(data), 'Foreign technol-
ogy, EDB/540120.
38     Vol. 93, No. 2

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TITLE INDEX
  Reports are listed alphabetically by title. A, An, and The at the beginning of a title are
  ignored in alphabetizing.
SAMPLE ENTRY
                         I

                     Title  .   Sensitivity of Ecological Landscapes and Regions to
                         I   Global Climatic Change.

 NTIS Order Number/Media Codes Price Codes     PB90-120072/REB     PCA09/MFA01

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                                                                   TITLE   INDEX
Acidic Gases and Aerosols in the Eastern  and Western
United States.
PB93-131696/REB                     PC A03/MF A01

ADL Migration Estimation Model (for Microcomputers) (Re-
lease Number 1).
PB93-500684/REB                             CP O02

Advacate-Low-Cost Process for SO2 Control.
PB93-141117/REB                     PCA02/MFA01

Advanced Insulations for Refrigerator/Freezers: The Poten-
talfor New Shell  Design Incorporating Polymer Barrier
Construction.
PB93-146991 /REB                     PC A03/MF A01

Aerosol  Acidity Characterization  of  Large  Metropolitan
Areas: Pilot and Planning for Philadelphia.
PB93-149177/REB                     PC A03/MF A01

Air-Drying and  Pretreatment Effects on  Soil  Sulfate  Sorp-

PB93-141554/REB                     PC A02/MF A01

Air/Superfund National Technical Guidance  Study Series:
Applicability of Open Path Monitors for Superfund.
PB93-138154/REB                     PCA07/MFA02

Alternative Control Techniques Document NOx  Emissions
from Stationary Gas Turbines.
PB93-156586/REB                     PCA11/MFA03

Analysis of Acid Precipitation Samples Collected by  State
Agencies. Sampling Period: January-December 1990.
PB93-144152/REB                     PCA12/MFA03

Analysis of Potential Tradeoffs in Regulation of Disinfec-
tion By-Products.
PB93-134344/REB                     PCA07/MFA02

Analysts of X-ray-Induced  HPRT Mutations in CHO  Cells:
Insertion and Deletions.
PB93-141364/REB                     PC A03/MF A01

Annual Report of National  Park Marine Debris Monitoring
Program:  1991 Marine Debris Surveys  with Summary of
Data from 1988 to 1991.
PB93-132587/REB                     PCA04/MFA01

Application of a Wheat Seedling Assay for Detecting Aneu-
ptoidy Induced by N-Ethyl-N-Nitrosourea and 4-NHroquino-
Sne-1 -Oxide.
PB93-141463/REB                     PC A02/MF A01

Application of Isotherms for Predictions of GAC Perform-
ance: A Preliminary Analysis.
PB93-131555/RE6                     PCA03/MFA01

Application of the Tradescantia mteronucteus1  Assay for
the Genetic Evaluation of Chemical Mixtures in Soil and
Aqueous Media.
PB93-141380/REB                     PCA02/MFA01

Applications of Pulse Combustion in Industrial and Inciner-

PB93-131639/REB                     PC A03/MF A01

Applied Geologic,  Microbiological, and  Engineering  Con-
straints of In-situ BTEX Bkxemediation.
PB93-141S13/REB                     PCA03/MFA01

Arctic Contaminants Research Program: Research Plan.
PB93-135630/REB                     PC A08/MF A02

Atmospheric Chemistry and Physical Fate of HCFCs and
MFCs and Their Degradation Products.
PB93-131449/HEB                     PC A03/MF A01

Attenuation of Alcohol Consumption by MDMA (Ecstasy) in
Two Strains of Alcohol-Preferring Rats.
PB93-141232/REB                     PC A02/MF A01

Babcock and Wilcox Cyclone Furnace vitrification. Technol-
ogy Demonstration Summary.
PB93-145621/REB              '      PCA02/MFA01

Basic Concepts of Contaminant Sorptkxi.
PB93-146835/REB                     PC A01/MF A01

Behavior of Metals in Soils.
PB93-131460/REB                     PC A03/MF A01

Behavioral Development  Following  Daily  Episodes of
Mother-Infant Separation in the Rat
PB93-141406/REB                     PC A01/MF A01

Biological Sinks for Nitrogen Additions to a Forested Catch-

PB93-141174/REB                     PCA02/MFA01

Bforemediatkxi.
PB93-149193/REB                     PC A03/MF A01

Biosorption of Dichkxodipheriyltrichloroethane and Hexach-
torobenzene in Groundwater and Its Implications for Facili-
tated Transport
PB93-141497/REB                     PCA02/MFA01

Bladder-wrack (Fucus vesiculosus L) as an indicator for ra-
dtonucbdes in the environment of Swedish nuclear power
plants.                                        *^
DE93603681 /REB                      PC A03/MF A01
Cell Density and Non-Equilibrium Sorpton Effects on Bacte-
rial Dispersal in Groundwater Microcosms.
PB93-141505/REB                    PC A03/MF A01

Characterization of Eastern U.S. Spruce-Fir Soils.
PB93-141133/REB                    PC A03/MF A01

Characterization of Environmental Chambers for Evaluating
MkrobiaJ Growth on Building Materials.
PB93-131597/REB                    PC A03/MF A01

Characterization of Organic Emission from a  Wood Finish-
ing Product-Wood Stain.
PB93-150100/REB                    PC A02/MF A01

Characterization of PM-10 Emissions from Antiskid Materi-
als Applied to Ice- and Snow-Covered Roadways.
PB93-150209/REB                    PC A05/MF A01

Characterizing  the  Distribution of Observed Precipitation
and Runoff over the Continental United States.
PB93-141570/REB                    PC A03/MF A01

Chemistry of Dissolved Organic Carbon and Organic Acids
in Two Streams Draining  Forested Watersheds.
PB93-141521/REB                    PCA02/MFA01

Chesapeake Bay Program Annual Progress  Report  Wet-
lands Workgroup, December 1991.
PB93-136893/REB                    PC A03/MF A01

dean Water Act (Section 319): An Evaluation of  Program
Implementation in Region 10.
PB93-14S654/REB                    PC AOS/MF A01

Collection and Chemical Analysis of Lichens for BkJmonitor-

    M49862/REB                    PC A03/MF A01

Column  Vapor Extraction  Experiments on Gasoline  Con-
taminated Soil.
PB93-131S14/REB                    PC A03/MF A01

Comparative Resistance of 'Escherichia coli' and Enterc-
cocti to Chlorination.
PB93-1S0126/REB                    PC A03/MF A01

Comparison of Aerosol Acidity in Urban and Semi-Rural En-
vironments.
PB93-131712/REB                    PC A03/MF A01

Comparison  of  Episodic  Acidification in Canada, Europe
and the United States.
PB93-135754/REB                    PC A03/MF A01

Comparison of Ground-Water  Sampling Devices Based on
Equilibration of Water Quality Indicator Parameters.
PB93-149201 /REB                    PC A03/MF A01

Comparison of the Effects of Drilling Fluid on  Macrobenthic
Invertebrates Associated with the  Seagrass, Thalassia tes-
tudinum', in the Laboratory and Reid.
PB93-131837/REB                    PCA03/MFA01

Compilation of Air Pollutant Emission Factors.  Volume 1.
Stationary Point and Area Sources. Supplement E.
PB93-157105/REB                    PC A10/MF A03

Construction,  Monitoring, and Performance  of Two  Soil
Liners. Project Summary.
PB93-157923/REB                    PC A02/MF A01

Control Techniques for Volatile Organic Compound Emis-
sions from Stationary Sources, December 1992.
PB93-150258/REB                    PC A20/MF A04

Control Technology: 1992 Update of U.S. EPA's Superfund
Innovative  Technology Evaluation (SITE)  Emerging Tech-
  '  /Program.
     •150159/REB                    PC A03/MF A01

Conversion of Methanol-Fueled 16-Valve, 4-Cylinder Engine
to Operation on Gaseous 2H2/CO Fuel. Interim Report 4.
PB83-144376/REB                    PC A03/MF A01

Correlation between Chemical  Suppression of Natural  Killer
Cell Activity in  Mice and Susceptibility to Cytornegalovirus:
Rationale for Applying Murine Cytomegalovirus as a  Host
Resistance Model and for Interpreting Immunotoxicity Test-
ing in Terms of Risk of Disease.
PB93-141430/REB                    PC A03/MF A01

Cost Effective Com and Soybean Production Without Till-
age: Fact or Fiction (May 1988).
PB93-157568/REB                    PC A03/MF A01

Cost Effectiveness Analysis  of  Effluent  Guidelines  and
Standards for the Aluminum Forming Category.
PB93-156107/REB                    PC A03/MF A01

Delineation  of Wellhead  Protection Areas  in Fractured
Rocks.
PB93-115822/REB                    PC A08/MF A02

Dermal Absorption of Chemicals: Effect of Application of
Chemicals  as a Solid, Aqueous Paste, Suspension,  or in
Volatile Vehicle.
PB93-141356/REB                    PC A03/MF A01

Design for Total Organics Removal at Cincinnati.
PB93-131563/REB                    PC A03/MF A01
Determination of Rates of Reaction in the Gas-Phase in the
Troposphere. Theory and Practice. 5. Rate of Indirect Phc-
toreaction.
PB93-149334/REB                     PC A08/MF A02

Development of Genetically  Enhanced Baculovirus Pesti-
cides (Chapter 5).
PB93-149235/REB                     PC A02/MF A01

Development of Good Combustion Practice for  Municipal
Waste Combustors.
PB93-131613/REB                     PC A03/MF A01

Development of Index of Biotic Integrity  Expectations for
the Ecoregions of Indiana. I. Central Com Belt Plain.
PB93-149383/REB                     PC A06/MF A02

Development of Size-Specific Data from Paniculate Control
Technology Research Reports.
PB93-131456/REB                     PC A03/MF A01

Direct Effects of Ethane Dimethanesulphonate on Epididy-
mal Function in Adult Rats. An In vitro Demonstration.
PB93-141281 /REB                     PC A03/MF A01

DNA Adducts and Induction of Sister Chromatid Exchanges
in the Rat Following Benzo(b)-Fluoranthene Administration.
PB93-141372/REB                     PC A02/MF A01
DNAPL Site Evaluation.
PB93-150217/REB
                                    PC A16/MF A03
Draft Ground-Water Disinfection Rule.
PB93-134351 /REB                    PC AOS/MF A01

Ecologically Acceptable Strategy for the Use of Genetically
Engineered Baculovirus Pesticides.
PB93-149243/REB                    PC A02/MF A01

Economic  Analysis of the Phosphate Subcategory of the
Fertilizer Manufacturing Industry: Louisiana Phosphoric Add
Plants.
PB93-15649S/REB                    PC A04/MF A01

Economic  Analysis of the Phosphate Subcategory of the
Fertilizer Manufacturing Industry: Louisiana Phosphoric Acid
Plants, July 1986.
PB93-156503/REB                    PC AOS/MF A01

Economic Impacts of RCRA Regulations on the Plating and
Polishing Industry.
PB93-158988/REB                    PC A07/MF A02

Effect of a Base-Catalyzed  Dechlorination Process on the
Genotoxicity of PCB-Contaminated Soil.
PB93-141323/REB                    PC A02/MF A01

Effects of CO2 and Temperature on Five Rice Cultivars.
PB93-141158/REB                    PC A02/MF A01

Effects of Livestock  Wastes on  Small Illinois Streams:
Lower Kaskaskia River Basin  and Upper  Little  Wabash
River Basins, Summer 1991.
PB93-144277/REB                    PC A07/MF A02

Effects of Repeated  Ammonium  Sulfate Applications on
Soil  Leachate Chemistry on  the  Femow Experimental
Forest in West Virginia, USA.
PB93-135671 /REB                    PC A01/MF A01

Effects of UV-B and Global Climate Change on Rice: First
Annual Program Progress  Report.
PB93-135622/REB                    PC AOS/MF A01

Emission Rates of Mercury from Latex Paints.
PB93-131654/REB                    PC A02/MF A01

Enabling Document for Regulations Governing Compliance
Extensions for Early  Reductions of Hazardous Air Pollut-
PB93-147007/REB
                                    PC A07/MF A02
Environmental  Monitoring  and  Assessment  Program,
EMAP-Surface Waters: A Northeast Lakes Pilot
PB93-135747/REB                    PC A03/MF A01

Environmental Monitoring Methods Index. Version 1.0 Soft-
ware. User's Manual.
PB92-169648/REB                    PC A06/MF A02

Environmental Protection Agency Civil Enforcement Docket
PB93-921700/REB                        Subscription

EPA (Environmental Protection  Agency) Publications Bibli-
ography, Quarterly Abstract Bulletin.
PB93-904200/REB                        Subscription

EPA's Ground Water and Drinking Water Program: Making
a Difference.
PB93-136612/REB                    PC A03/MF A01

Episodic Response  Project-Northern  Appalachian Plateau:
Site Description and Methodology.
PB93-149755/REB                    PC A04/MF A01

Evaluating Materials for Healthy Buildings.
PB93-131621/REB                    PC A03/MF A01

Evaluating Point Count versus  Territory Mapping in  Crop-
land Birds.
PB93-156057/REB                    PC A03/MF A01
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  Evaluation and Costing of NOx Controls for Existing Utility
  Balers in the NESCAUM Region.
  PB93-142016/REB                   PC A18/MF ACM

  Evaluation of an Ernitec Resistivety Heated Metal Monolith
  Catalytic Converter on Two M100 Neat Methanol-Fueted
  Vehicles.
  PB93-141059/REB                   PC A03/MF A01

  Evaluation of Nitrogen Oxide Emissions Data tram TVA
  Coal-Fired Boilers.
  PB93-138865/REB                   PC A06/MF A02

  Evaluation of POHC and PIC Screening Methods.
  PB93-144137/REB                   PC A04/MF A01
  Evaluation of Re
                           >d Fuel Injection Technology
  to Reduce Cold Start Emissions and Assist Starfing/Dri-
  veaway of a Methanol-Fueted Vehicle.
  PB93-144350/REB                    PC A03/MF A01

  Evaluation of Source Term Initial Conditions for Modeling
  Leachate MmSon from Landfills.
        H464/REB
  P693-1314
                                     PC A04/MF A01
  Exact  Peak Capturing  and Oscillation-Free  Scheme  to
  Solve AavecttorvOispersion Transport Equations.
  PB93-131845/REB                    PC A03/MF A01

                   .through  the  Superfund  Accelerated

                                     PC A01/MF A01

                       i of Integrated Soi Vapor Extrac-

                                     PC AO3/MF A01
Son Techniques.
PB93-131738/REB
  Extraction and Recovery of Lead Species from Soi.
  PB93-150142/REB                    PC A02/MF A01

  Federal Polctes and Technological Problem-Solving.
  PB93-142107/REB                    PC AOS/MF A01

  FWd Experiences VOC and Pesticide Removal Using GAC
  Suffo* County, New York.
  P883-131571 /REB                    PC A03/MF A01

  FtaxUe Membrane Unar Advisory Expert System (FLEX)
  Nor Microcomputers) (Version 3.0).
  P89W02631/REB                            CP D02

  Fuliiwllon and Control of Combustion Pollutants from Gas-
  Ollne-Fueled Spark-Ignition Motor Vehicle Engines. (Revised
  November 1MSJ.
  PB93-141042/REB                    PC A04/MF A01

  framework for Decision Making; An EPA Perspective.
  PB83-134369/HE8                    PC AOS/MF A01

  Generation of  Mutagenic Transformation Products during
  the kradMion ot Simulated Urban Atmospheres.
  PB93-141208/REB                    PC A03/MF AO1

  GenaCcaly Engineered  Bacutoviruses as Agents for Pest
  ConboL
  PB93-150175/HEB                    PC A03/MF A01

  Global CcosyHanis natahane Version 1.0 (on CO-ROM).
  EPA Global Cfcnate noponrch Program.  NOAA/NGOC
  Global Change Database Program. Documentation Manual,
  DtSC-A. Volume 1. NGDC Key to Geophysical Records
  Documentation No. 27.
  PB83-146090/REB                    PCA11/MFA03

  Global Ecosystems Database. Version 1.0 (on CO-ROM).
  EPA Global Cknasa nosoarch Program.  NOAA/NGDC
  Global Change Database Program. User's Guide. Volume 1.
  NGDC Key to Geophysical Records Documentation No. 26.
  P893-148&82/REB                    PC A07/MF AO2

  Gtutamata Neurotaxioty in the Developing  Rat Cochlea is
  Antagonized by Kynurene Acid and MK-801.
  PB9&141349/REB                    PC A02/MF A01

  Greenhouse gases. Emissions and countermeasures in an

  DE93721674/REB*"                  PC A07/MF A02

  Guidance on low
  Cleanup Model (
                mentafion of the Supertund Accelerated
                — under CERCLA and the NCP.
                                    PCA03/MFA01

GukMinea for Dovotoping  Risk-Based Cleanup Levels at
RCRA SHes m Region 10.
PB93-14S862/REB                    PC A04/MF A01

Qukteanes for Estimaling and Applying Rule Effectiveness
for Ozone CO State ImpfemenUtion plan Base Year Inven-
tories.
PB93-131496/REB                    PC AOS/MF A01

Hatatat QuaMy Assessment  of Two  Wetland  Treatment
~   m» in Mississippi: A Plot Study.
    M3S614/REB                    PC AOS/MF A02
  PB92-863377/I
                      Guidance Manual.
                                      PCA22/MFA04
            At Poautant Emissions from Process Units in
 The^Synthaac  Organic Chemical  Manutaclunng  Industry:
  BscicQround IntonYittkon tor Proposed StsnoBfos. Voiuni6
  1 A. fiplionflil Ifnpiicts As98Ssm6nL
  PB93-156S52/REB                    PCA08/MFA02
                                                       Hazardous Air Pollutant Emissions from Process Units in
                                                       the Synthetic Organic Chemical Manufacturing Industry:
                                                       Background Information for Proposed Standards.  Volume
                                                       18. Control Technologies.
                                                       PB93-156560/REB                    PC A13/MF A03

                                                       Hazardous Air Pollutant Emissions from Process Units in
                                                       the Synthetic Organic CherncalManufactur^ Industry:
                                                       Background Information for Proposed Standards.  Volume
                                                       1C. Model Emission Sources.
                                                       PB33-156S78/REB
                                                       Hazardous Waste Management
                                                       PB93-11613S/REB

                                                       Health Advisory for Zinc Chloride.
                                                       PB93-136620/REB
                                     PC A11/MF A03


                                     PC A03/MF A01
                                                                                             PC AOS/MF A01
                                                       Health Effects Assessment Summary Tables.
                                                       PB93-921100/REB
                                                                                             Standing Order
 Health  Effects  of  Arsenic in Drinking Water  Research
 Needs.
 PB93-141331/REB                    PC A02/MF A01

 HepatotoorJc Interactions  of Ethanol with AByt Alcohol or
 Carbon Tetrachtoride in Rats.
 PB93-141422/REB                    PCA03/MFA01

 Highlights of the  EPA Innovative Regulatory Strategies
 Workshop: Market-Based Incentives and other Innovations
 for Air Pollution Control Summary of Workshop Discussion
 Sessions. Held in Washington. DC. on January 15-17,1992.
 P893-150290/REB                    PC AOS/MF A01

           Siaporfund Propjrtvn M&nsQornont. Fisc&l Y0&r

 PB93-963261 /REB                    PC A03/MF A01

 Horsehead Resource Development Company, Inc., Flame
 Reactor Technology. Technology Demonstration Summary.
 PB83-145639/REB                    PC A02/MF A01

 Household Exposures to Benzene  from Showering with
 Gasoline-Contaminated Ground Water.
 PB83-131530/REB                    PC A02/MF Ml

 Mtnois Water Ouatty Management Plan.
 PB93-138451/REB                    PCA07/MFA02

 Improved Method for Screening cDNA Expression Ubnuies
 tor DMA-Binding Proteins.
 PB93-141299/REB                    PC A01/MF A01

 In-sttu Btoremediation of Ground Water.
 PB33-1468SO/REB                    PC A01/MF A01

 In vitro Mammalian Mutageness as a Model for Genetic
 Lesions in Human Cancer.
 PB93-141471 /REB                    PC A02/MF A01

 Index to the Monthly Hotline Report Questions (June 1982
 to December 1991).
 PB92-131374/REB                    PCA07/MFA02

 Industrial Source Complex Short Term (tSCST) (for Micro-
 computers).
• PB93-500221/REB                            CP 003

 Influence of Elevated CO2 and Temperature on Wetland
 Rice Root Dynamics.
 PB93-141141/REB                    PC A02/MF A01
                                                        Imovativi
                                                                  msing Techniques for Monitoring and Measur-
 mnovsuvB OWUWM lecnraques ror Mornonng onu WNNKIV-
 ing Selected Downs, Furans, and Porycydic Aromatic Hy-
 drocarbons in Stack Gas.
 PBS3-131704/REB                    PCA03/MFA01

 Innovative Treatment  Technologies:  Semi-Amual  Status
 Report (Fourth EdMon).
 PB93-133387/REB                    PC AOS/MF A01

 Inorganic Contract Compliance Screening System (1CCSS)
 Software (ILM02.1 Version 2) (for Microcomputers).
 PB93-500288/REB                           CP 002

 Inventory of Methane Losses from the Natural Gas Indus-

 PB93-131720/REB                    PC A03/MF A01

 Investigation of Inappropriate Poautant Entries into Storm
 Drainage Systems: A User's Guide.
                                                         PB93-131472/REB
                                                                                             PC AOS/MF A02
 Isolation and Purification of Bacterial DMA from Soi.
 PBB3-149276/REB                    PC A04/MF A01

 Kinetics of Chemical Weathering in B Horizon Spodosol
 Fraction.
 PB93-141S39/REB                    PCA02/MFA01

 Large Deletions are Tolerated at the •hprf Locus of In vrvo
 Derived Human T-Lymphocytes.
 PB93-141224/REB                    PC A02/MF A01

 Life-Cycle Assessment Inventory Guidelnes and Principles.
 PB93-139681/REB                    PCA07/MFA02

 LNAPL Distribution and  Hydrocarbon  Vapor Transport  in
 the Capiary Fringe.
 PB93-157550/REB                    PC A07/MF A02
                                                        Manual for the Certification of Laboratories Analyzing Drink-
                                                        ing Water. Criteria and Procedures Quafty Assurance (Third
                                                        Edition).
                                                        PB93-145668/REB                    PCA03/MFA01
                                                        Mechanisms  of TCDD-lnduction  of Cleft  Palate: Insights
                                                        from In vivo and In vitro Approaches.
                                                        PB93-141414/REB                    PC A02/MF A01
                                                        Mentor-Protege Program.
                                                        PB93-963251/REB
                                                                                            PC A02/MF A01
Method  524.  Measurement of Puroeabte Organic Com-
pounds in Drinking Water by Gas Chromatography/Mass
Spectrometry.
PB93-157931/REB                    PCA03/MFA01

Methods  for  Analyzing  Extreme  Events Under  Climate
Change.
P893-146827/REB                    PC A03/MF A01

Methods for Assessing Exposure to Chemical Substances.
Volume  11. Methodology for Estimating  the Migration of
Additives and Impurities from Polymeric Materials.
PB93-134096/REB                    PC A09/MF A02

Metnytbrornide and Its Alternatives  as Fumigants, 1979-May
1992. Citations from AGRICOLA Concerning Diseases and
Other Environmental Considerations.
PB93-149912/REB                    PC A09/MF A03

Micronudei and  Other Nuclear   Anomalies  in  Buccal
Smears: A Field Test in Snuff Users.
PB93-141448/REB                    PCA03/MFA01

Micronudei and  Other Nuclear   Anomalies  in  Buccal
Smears: Methods Development
PB93-141455/REB                    PCA03/MFA01

Mineral Dissolution Rates: A Comparison of Laboratory and
Field Studies.
PB93-141182/REB                    PCA01/MFA01

Model Pollution Prevention Plan for the Kraft Segment of
the Pulp and Paper Industry.
P893-145605/REB                    PCA04/MFA01

Modification of Point Counts for Surveying Cropland Birds.
PB93-156040/REB                    PC A03/MF A01

Molecular  Regulation of the Induction of Cytochrome P-
450E in the Estuarine Fish Fundulus HeterocMus.
AD-A258 623/8/HEB                  PCA11/MFA03

Motor Vehicle-Related Air Toxics Study.
                                                                                                               PB93-146462/REB
                                                                                                                                                  PC A24/MF AIM
Municipal Water Pollution Prevention BMtography: 1992.
the Year of Clean Water. Celebration and Commitment
PB93-141083/REB                    PCA03/MFA01

Mutagenidty of Organic Emissions from Unvented Kero-
sene Heaters in a Chamber Study.
PB93-141489/REB                    PC A03/MF A01

National Air Quality and Emissions Trends Report, 1991.
PB93-143998/REB                    PCA07/MFA02

National Emission Standards for Hazardous Air Pollutants
Compliance Extensions for Early Reductions: Background
Information for Promulgated Standards.
PB93-149425/REB                    PC A08/MF A02

New technology for refrigeration and heating plants.
DE93721673/REB                     PC A03/MF A01

Novel Approach for Gathering Data on Solvent Cleaning.
PB93-142115/REB                    PC A02/MF A01

OAQS Control Cost Manual (Fourth Edition), Supplement 2.
PB93-138147/REB                    PCAO4/MFA01

Occurrence Assessment for Disinfectants and Disinfection
By-Products (Phase 6a) in Public Drinking Water.
PBS3-134377/REB                    PCA04/MFA01

Olfactory  Evoked Responses to Odorous Stimuli of Differ-
ent Intensities.
PB93-141315/REB                    PCA02/MFA01

On-Srte  Waste  Ink  Recycling:  Technology  Evaluation
Report
PB93-141026/REB                    PCA04/MFA01

Opportunities for the Use of Geosynthetics in Waste Man-
agement Facilities.
PB93-131670/REB                    PCA03/MFA01

Organic Acidity in Maine (USA.)  Lakes and in HUMEX
Lake Skjervatjem (Norway).
PB93-1411667REB                    PCA02/MFA01

Organic Contract Compliance Screening  System (OCCSS)
Software (OLM01.8 Version 3) (for Microcomputers).
PB93-5O0270/REB                           CP 002

OSWER Source Book. Volume 1. Training and Technology
Transfer Resources, 1992-1993.
PB93-143980/REB                    PCA10/MFA03

OSWER Source Book. Volume 2. Training and Technology
Transfer Resources, 1992-1993.
PBS3-144129/REB                    PC A11/MF A03

OSWER Superfund Telephone Directory.
                                                        PB92-963289/REB
                                                                                            PC AOS/MF A01
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                                                                       TITLE INDEX
Paraoxon Toxicity Is Not Potentiated by Prior Reduction in
Blood Acetylcholinesterase.
PB93-141265/REB                     PC A02/MF A01

Pathogenicity of 'Salmonella pullorum' in Northern Bob-
white Quail and Mallard Ducks.
PB93-135739/REB                     PC A03/MF A01

PCR Primers Specific for Detection of a Rat Repetitive Se-
quence.
PB93-141398/REB                     PCA01/MFA01

Periphyton Photosynthesis as an Indicator of Effluent Toxic-
ity: Relationship to Effects on Animal Test Species.
PB93-131829/REB                     PC A02/MF A01

Pesticide Compact Label File -1990 Updates.
PB93-911600/REB                         Subscription

Pesticide Fact Sheet Number 20.1: Amitroie.
PB93-149680/REB                     PCA02/MFA01

Pesticide Fact Sheet Number 20.2: Amitroie.
PB93-144368/REB
                                     PC A02/MF A01
Photo-Oxidation  of  Automobile Emissions:  Measurements
of the Transformation Products and Their Mutagenic Activi-
 B93-141273/REB
                                     PC A03/MF A01
Pilot-Scale Evlauation of an  Incinerability Ranking System
for Hazardous Organic Compounds.
PB93-150118/REB                     PC A02/MF A01

Pilot-Scale Incineration of Contaminated Sludges from the
Bofors-Nobel Superfund Site.
PB93-141034/REB                     PC A17/MF A03

Pollution Prevention for the Kraft Pulp and Paper Industry.
PB93-145613/REB                     PCA04/MFA01

Pollution  Prevention Opportunity Assessment  and Imple-
mentation Plan.  For Simpson  Tacoma Kraft  Company,
Tacoma, Washington.
PB93-145670/REB                     PC A05/MF A01

Pollution  Prevention Opportunity Assessment Geochemis-
try Laboratory. Sandia National Laboratories.
PB93-146900/REB                     PC A03/MF A01

Pollution  Prevention Opportunity Assessment Manufactur-
ing and Fabrication Repair Laboratory at Sandia National
Laboratories.
PB93-146868/REB                     PC A03/MF A01

Pollution  Prevention Opportunity Assessment  USDA Belts-
villa Agricultural Research Center.
PB93-146843/REB                     PC A04/MF A01

Potential  for  Joint  Research between EPA and the U.S.
Army.
PB93-149227/REB                     PC A03/MF A01

PR Notice 86-1. Notice to Manufacturers, Formulators, Pro-
ducers and Registrants of Pesticides.
PB93-144012/REB                     PC A01/MF A01

PR Notice 86-2. Notice to Manufacturers, Formulators, Pro-
ducers and Registrants of Pesticides.
PB93-144020/REB                     PC A01/MF A01

PR Notice 86-3. Notice to Producers,  Registrants, and For-
mulators.
PB93-144038/REB                     PC A01/MF A01

PR Notice  86-4. Notice to Registrants of Pesticides, and
Applicants for Pesticide Registration.
PB93-144046/REB                     PC A02/MF A01

PR Notice 86-5. Notice to Producers,  Formulators, Distribu-
tors and Registrants.
PB93-144053/REB                     PC A03/MF A01

PR Notice 87-1. Notice to Manufacturers, Formulators. Pro-
ducers and Registrants of Pesticide Products.
PB93-141687/REB                     PC A03/MF A01

PR Notice 87-2. Notice to Procedures, Registrants, and
Formulatois.
PB93-144061/REB                     PCA01/MFA01

PR Notice 87-3. Notice to Manufacturers, Formulators, Dis-
tributors and  Registrants of Pesticide Products.
PB93-144079/REB                     PC A01/MF A01

 PR Notice  87-4.  Notice to Manufacturers, Formulators and
Registrants of Pesticides.
 PB93-141695/REB                     PC A03/MF A01

 PR Notice  87-5.  Notice to Manufacturers, Formulators and
 Registrants of Pesticides.
 PB93-144087/REB                     PC A03/MF A01

 PR Notice 87-6. Notice to Manufacturers, Formulators, Pro-
 cedures, and Registrants of Pesticide  Products.
 PB93-144095/REB                     PC A02/MF A01

 PR Notice 87-7. Notice to Producers,  Formulators and Reg-
 istrants of Pesticides.
 PB93-146108/REB                     PCA02/MFA01

 PR Notice 87-8.  Notice to Manufacturers, Formulators, Dis-
 tributors, and Registrants of Pesticides.
 P893-147015/REB                    PC A02/MF A01
PR Notice 87-9. Notice to Pesticide Applicants, Registrants
and Petitioners.
PB93-149151/REB                     PC A01/MF A01

PR  Notice  87-10. Notice to Pesticide Applicants,  Regis-
trants and Petitioners.
PB93-149169/REB                     PC A01/MF A01

PR  Notice  87-11. Notice to Manufacturers,  Formulators,
Distributors, and Registrants of Pesticides.
PB93-149664/REB                     PC A01/MF A01

PR Notices 86-1 through 86-5.
PB93-144004/REB                     PC E99/MF E99

Proceedings of the Annual EPA Conference on Analysis of
Pollutants in the Environment (15th). Held in Norfolk, Virgin-
ia on May 6-7,1992.
PB93-152601 /REB                     PC A99/MF A06

Proceedings of the Midwest Pollution  Control Biologists
Meeting.  1991. Environmental Indicators: Measurement and
Assessment Endpoints. Held in Lincolnwood,  Illinois  on
March 19-22,1991.
PB93-145712/REB                     PC A06/MF A02

Proceedings of the  National Conference (3rd): Water Qual-
ity Standards for the  21st Century.  Held  in Las  Vegas,
Nevada on August 31-September 3,1992.
PB93-144210/REB                     PC A16/MF A03

Proceedings of the National  Workshop on Biological Criteria
(1st). Held in Lincolnwood. Illinois on December 2-4,1987.
PB93-143717/REB                     PC A07/MF A02

Proceedings of the  1989 Midwest Pollution Control Biolo-
gists  Meeting. Held in  Chicago,  Illinois on February 14-17,
1989.
PB93-143691 /REB                    PC A08/MF A02

Proceedings:  Tiered Testing  Issues  for Freshwater and
Marine Sediments. Held in Washington, DC. on September
16-18.1992.
PB93-152619/REB                    PC A22/MF A04

Process for Regional Assessment of Wetland Risk.
PB93-146793/REB                    PC A09/MF A02

Protection of Pome Fruits, March 1985-May 1992. Citations
from  AGRICOLA Concerning Diseases and Other Environ-
mental Considerations.
PB93-149904/REB                    PC A13/MF A03

Publications Office of Science and Technology: Catalog.
PB93-152577/REB                    PC A06/MF AO2

Quality Assurance  Field Operations  Report  for the Pilot
Study Evaluating the Habitat Value of Wetland Treatment
Systems.
PB93-134682/REB                    PC A04/MF A01

Quality Assurance Plan for  1991 Pilot Study of the Ecologi-
cal Condition  of Municipal Wastewater  Constructed Wet-
land Treatment Systems.
PB93-134674/REB                    PC AOS/MF A01

Quality  Assurance  Project Plan: 1991 EMAP  Wetlands
Southeastern Pilot Study.
PB93-141067/REB                    PCA11/MFA03

Quantification  of Nitro- and Hydroxylated  Nitro-Aromafic/
 Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons in  Selected Ambient Air
Daytime Winter Samples.
 PB93-141190/REB                    PC A03/MF A01

 Radtoecotogy in Nordic limnic systems - present knowledge
and future prospects.
 DE92643948/REB                    PC A04/MF A01

 Rapid Measurement of Aqueous Hydroxyl Radical Concen-
trations in Steady-State HO Flux Systems.
 PB93-131779/REB                    PC A03/MF A01

 RCRA Ground-Water Monitoring: Draft Technical Guidance.
 PB93-139350/REB                     PC A10/MF A03

 Reaction Kinetics of Ca-Based Sorbents with HC1.
 PB93-131860/REB                     PC A03/MF  A01

 Rebum Technology for Boiler NOx Control.
 PB93-131589/REB
                                      PC A03/MF A01
 Recent Sulfur Enrichment in the Sediments of Little Rock
 Lake, Wisconsin.
 PB93-135721 /REB                     PC A03/MF A01

 Recovery of the  Highly Acidified Clearwater  Lake  Water-
 shed, Ontario, Canada. Simulated with the IL WAS Model.
 PB93-141547/REB                     PC A03/MF A01
 RED Facts: Ethytene.
 PB93-100345/REB
                                      PC A02/MF A01
 Regulatory  Impact Analysis for the National  Emissions
 Standards for Hazardous Air Pollutants for Source Catego-
 ries: Organic  Hazardous Air Pollutants from the Synthetic
 Organic Chemical  Manufacturing Industry and Seven Other

 PB93-143972/REB                    PC A09/MF A02

 Relationship between Water Temperatures  and Air Tem-
 peratures for Central U.S. Streams.
 PB93-135655/REB                    PC A07/MF A02
Removal of Beryllium from Drinking Water by Chemical Co-
agulation and Lime Softening.
PB93-150134/REB                     PC A03/MF A01

Report of  the  Neurotoxicity  Risk Assessment Guidelines
Peer Review Workshop. Held in Washington, DC. on June
2-3, 1992.
PB93-146918/REB                     PC A08/MF A02

Respiratory Health  Effects  of Passive Smoking:  Lung
Cancer and Other Disorders.
PB93-134419/REB                   PC$29.00/MF AIM
Restoration of the Anacostia River.
PB93-136364/REB
                                     PC AOS/MF A01
Restoration of the Salmon River Salt Marshes: Retrospect
and Prospect
PB93-143709/REB                     PC A08/MF A02

Restoration Potential of Diked Estuarine Wetlands in Wash-
ington  and Oregon. Phase 2:  Identification  of  Candidate
Sites in Puget Sound.
PB93-145597/REB                     PC A04/MF A01

Review of  EPA's Environmental Monitoring and Assess-
ment Program (EMAP). Interim Report.
PB93-146348/REB                     PC A03/MF A01

Review of the Literature on Potential Reproductive and De-
velopmental Toxicity of Electric and Magnetic Fields.
PB93-141307/REB                     PC A03/MF A01

Revised Emissions  Estimation Methodologies for Industrial,
Residential,  and  Electric  Utility  Stationary Combustion

PB93-135663/REB                     PC A07/MF A02

Rice Field Inventory Using AVHRR Data.
 PB93-135697/REB
                                     PC A03/MF A01
 Role of Nitrate in the Acidification of Streams in the Catskill
 Mountains of New York.
 PB93-150167/REB                    PC A03/MF A01

 Role of Soil Organic Acids in Mineral Weathering Process-
 es (Chapter 6).
 PB93-149268/REB                    PC A04/MF A01

 Shoreline Erosion Control Using Marsh  Vegetation and

 PB93-142420/REB                    PC A03/MF A01

 Simulation  of Compliance Choices for the Disinfection By-
 products Regulatory Impact Analysis.
 PB93-134385/REB                    PCA03/MFA01

 Simulation  of Microbial Occurrence, Exposure and Health
 Risks after Drinking Water Treatment Processes.
 PB93-134393/REB                    PC AOS/MF A02

 Simulation  of Nonazeotropic Refrigerant Mixtures for Use in
 a Dual-Circuit  Refrigerator/Freezer  with  Countercurrent

 PB93-131688/REB                    PC A03/MF A01

 Simulation  of Raw Water and Treatment Parameters in
 Support of the  Disinfection By-Products Regulatory Impact

 PB93-S134401 /REB                    PC A03/MF A01

 SITE-Emerging  Technologies: Laser Induced Photochemical
 Oxidative Destruction of Toxic Organics in Leachates and

 PB93-131431/REB                    PC A04/MF A01

 Small  Systems Meet  Superfund Challenge with  Point-of-
 Entry Treatment Units.                       „,.,,-.,.,
 PB93-141109/REB                    PC A02/MF A01

 Soil-Mediated Effects of Atmospheric Deposition  on East-
 em U.S. Spruce-Fir Forests.
 PB93-141125/REB                    PCA03/MFA01

 Solvent Extraction Processes: A Survey of Systems in the
 SITE Program
 PB93-131795/REB                    PC A02/MF A01

 Some Emerging  Issues in Watershed Management-Land-
 scape   Patterns,  Species   Conservation,  and  Climate

 PB93?131522/REB                    PC A03/MF A01

 Sorption  of Toxic  Organic  Compounds  on  Wastewater
 Solids: Mechanism and Modeling.
 PB93-150191 /REB                    PC A02/MF A01

 Stable Sulfur  Isotopes  of  Sulfate  in  Precipitation  and
 Stream Solutions in a Northern Hardwood Watershed.
 PB93-141562/REB                     PC A02/MF A01

 Status Report on Analytical Methods to Support the Disin-
 fectant/Disinfection By-Products Regulation.
 PB93-134898/REB                     PC A03/MF A01

 Status Report on Development of Regulations for  Disinfect-
 ants and Disinfection By-Products.             „,.„-..,
 PB93-134914/REB                     PC A03/MF A01

 Status Report on the Development of Draft MCLGs for Dis-
 infectants  and By-Products.                .„-,..- ...
 PB93-134906/REB                    PC A05/MF A01
                                                                                                                                        June 1993
                                                                                                       TI-3

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                                                                       TITLE  INDEX
  Strategic Assessment of Near Coastal Waters: Northeast
  Case study
  PB93-136521/REB                    PCA06/MFA02

  Subacute Ethanol Consumption Reverses p-Xytene-lnduced
  Decreases In Axonal Transport.
  PB93-141240/REB                    PC A03/MF A01

  SubjectivB-Probabatty-Based Scenarios for Uncertain Input
  Parameters: Stratospheric Ozone Depletion,  December
  1990.
  PB93-143741 /REB                    PC A03/MF A01

  Superfund Accelerated Cleanup Model (SACM). Volume 1,
  Number 4, November 1992.
  PB92-963287/REB                    PCA01/MFA01

  Superfund at Work: Hazardous Waste Cleanup Efforts Na-
  tionwide.  Fat  1992. (American  Thermostat Corporation,
  New York).
  PB92-963627/REB                    PCA02/MFA01

  Superfund at Work: Hazardous Waste Cleanup Efforts Na-
  tionwide, FaR 1992. (Cfca-Geigy Corporation. Mdntosh. Ala-
  bama).
  PB92-963630/REB                    PC A02/MF A01

  Superfund at Work: Hazardous Waste Cleanup Efforts Na-
  tionwide, FaB 1992. (Krysowaty Farm, HJBsborough. New
  Jersey).
  PB92-963629/REB                    PCA02/MFA01

  Superfund at Work Hazardous Waste Cleanup Efforts Na-
  tionwide, Fal 1992. (Vatey of the Drums, Buffitt County.

  PB92-963618/REB                    PC A02/MF A01

  Superfund at Work: Hazardous Waste Cleanup Efforts Na-
  tionwide, Fal 1992. (Wide Beach Section of Brant, New
  York).
  PB92-963628/REB                    PC A02/MF A01

  Superfund Progress. Aficionado's Version. Progress as of
  September 30  1992.
  PB83-963255/REB                    PC A03/MF A01

  Superhmd Progress: Fa/Winter 1992.
  PB93-963254/REB                    PC A03/MF A01

  Supertund Record of Decision (EPA Region 2): Ramapo
  Land* Site. Rocktand County. NY. (First Remedial Action).
  March 1992.
  PB83-963801 /REB                    PC A04/MF A01

  Superfund Record of  Decision (EPA Region 3):  Dublin
  Water Supply.  Bucks County. PA. (First Remedial Action).
  December 1991
  PB93-963903/REB                    PC A06/MF A02

  Superfund Reconfof Decision (EPA Region 3): MW Manu-
  facturing SBa. Montour County, PA. (Subsequent Remedial
  Action). June 1992.
  PB93463904/REB                    PCA05/MFA01

  Supertund Record of Decision (EPA  Region 3): Raymark
  Sto. Operable Unit 1. Montgomery County. PA. (First Re-
  medal Action). December 1991.
  PB93-963902/REB                    PC A07/MF A02
                                           Supertund Record of Decision (EPA Region 3): U.S.  De-
                                           fense General Supply Center, (Operable Unit 5), Richmond,
                                           VA. (First Remedial Action), March 1992.
                                           PB93-963901 /REB                    PC A04/MF A01

                                           Superfund Record of Decision (EPA Region  5): Columbus
                                           Old  Municipal  Landfill, Columbus,  IN.  (First  Remedial
                                           Action). March 1992.
                                           PB93-964104/REB                    PC A03/MF A01

                                           Superfund Record of Decision (EPA Region 5): Grand Tra-
                                           verse Overall Supply Site, Greilickvilte, Ml. (First Remedial
                                           Action), February 1992.
                                           PB93-964101/REB                    PC A03/MF A01

                                           Superfund Record of Decision (EPA Region 5): Midco II.
                                           Gary. IN. (First Remedial Action), (Amendment), April 1992.
                                           PB93-964102/REB                    PC A05/MF A01

                                           Superfund Record of Decision (EPA Region 5): Twin Cities
                                           AF Reserve (SAR Landfill), MN. (First Remedial Action),
                                           March 1992.
                                           PB93-964103/REB                    PC A04/MF A01

                                           Superfund Record of Decision (EPA Region 9): Westing-
                                           house Electric (Sunnyvale Plant), Sunnyvale, CA. (First Re-
                                           medial Action). October 1991.
                                           PB93-964501 /REB                    PC A05/MF A01

                                           Superfund Records of Decision Update. Volume 7, Number
                                           2, November 1992.
                                           PB93-963256/REB                    PC A02/MF A01

                                           Surfactants and  Subsurface Remediation.
                                           PB93-149854/REB                    PC A02/MF A01

                                           Susceptibility of East  Coast  Estuaries to  Nutrient Dis-
                                           charges: Albemarie/PamUco Sound to Biscayne Bay.
                                           PB93-136901/REB                    PCA03/MFA01

                                           Susceptiblry of East  Coast  Estuaries to  Nutrient Dis-
                                           charges: Passamaquoddy Bay to Chesapeake Bay.
                                           PB93-136927/REB                    PC A03/MF A01

                                           Synergisttc and Antagonistic  Effects  on  Genotoxtoty of
                                           Chemicals Commonly Found in Hazardous Waste Sites.
                                           PB93-1412S7/REB                    PC A02/MF A01

                                           Synopses of Federal Demonstrations of Innovative Site Re-
                                           merfatton Technologies.
                                           PB93-144111/REB                    PCA11/MFA03

                                           Technical  Assistance Document: Corrosion,  Its Detection
                                           snd Control In Infection WoBs.
                                           PB93-115897/REB                    PC A04/MF A01

                                           Technical Guidance Manual for Performing Waste Load Al-
                                           locations.  Book  3: Estuaries. Part 3. Use  of Mixing Zone
                                           Models in Estuarine Waste Load Allocations.
                                           PB93-145704/REB                    PC A03/MF A01

                                           Technical Guidance Manual for Performing Waste Load Al-
                                           locations.  Book 3: Estuaries. Part  4: Critical Review of
                                           Coastal Embayment  and Estuarine Waste  Load Allocation
                                           Modeling.
                                           PB93-144202/REB                    PC A05/MF A01
Techniques for  the  Fabrication  of  Geomembrane Riled
Seams.
PB93-131878/REB                    PCA03/MFA01

Technologies and Costs for Control of Disinfection By-Prod-
ucts: Executive Summary.
PB93-134922/REB                    PC A03/MF A01

Technologies  and Options for UST Corrective Actions:
Overview of Current Practice.
PB93-145589/REB                    PC A05/MF A01

Toxic Release Inventory (TRI), 1987-1990 (on CD-ROM). '
PB93-500742/REB                     CD-ROMS45.00

Trace Organic Contaminants in Anthropogenically Acidified
Surface Waters.
PB93-135689/REB                    PC A03/MF A01

Transformation of Carbon Tetrachloride in the Presence of
Sutfide, Btotite, and Vermiculite.
PB93-135713/REB                    PC A02/MF A01

U.S.  EPA's QA/QC Program for Waste Management Facili-
ties.  Proceedings of the GRI Seminar (6th). MQC/MQA and
CQC/CQA of Geosynthetics. Held in Philadelphia, Pennsyl-
vania on December 10-11,1992.
PB93-149219/REB                    PCA02/MFA01

Uncertainties in Countrywide Forest Biomass Estimates.
PB93-149250/REB                    PCA03/MFA01

Use  of Microbial Risk Assessment in Setting U.S. Drinking
Water Standards.
PB93-134930/REB                    PC A03/MF A01

User's Guide to  Flexible Membrane  Liner  Advisory Expert
System: Flex Version 3.0.
PB93-134872/REB                    PC A03/MF A01

V(D)J Recombinase-Mediated Deletion of the 'hprf Gene in
T-Lymphocytes from Adult Humans.
PB93-141216/REB                    PC A02/MF A01

Vertical Diffusion in Small  Stratified  Lake: Data and  Error
Analysis.
PB93-149185/REB                    PC A03/MF A01

Volatile Organic Sampling Train Soot Interference Report
PB93-144145/REB                    PC A04/MF A01

Water Temperature Characteristics of Lakes Subjected to
Climate Change.
PB93-135648/REB                    PC A09/MF A02

Water Treatment Plant Simulation Program,  Version  1.21.
User's Manual.
PB93-134948/REB                    PC A06/MF A02

Watershed Manipulation Project Field Implementation Plan
for 1990-1992.
PB93-149748/REB                    PC A04/MF A01
Who Will Speak for Biodiversity.
PB93-135762/REB
                                    PC A01/MF A01
TM
VOL 93, No. 2

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KEYWORD  INDEX
 Index entries in this section are selected to indicate important ideas and concepts presented
 in a report. When using the keyword index, be sure to look under terms narrower, broader.
 or related to a particular topic. Although some of the keywords are not selected from a
 controlled vocabulary of terms, most of them have been selected from the DoD, DoE, NASA,
 of NTIS controlled vocabularies. The entries are arranged by keyword and then by the NTIS
 order number.
SAMPLE ENTRY
Use: Keywords Term
Title
NTIS Order Number/Meda Coda Price Codes
1
1 GLOBAL ASPECTS
1 Sensitivity of Ecological
1 Global Climatic Change
PB90-120072/HSU
1
Landscapes and Regions to
PC A09/MF A01

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                                                               KEYWORD  INDEX
4-NITROQUINOLINE-1-OXIDE
    Application of a Wheat Seedling Assay for Detecting An-
    euptokty  Induced by N-Ethyl-N-Nitrosourea and 4-Nitro-
    quinoline-1-Oxide.
    PB93-141463/REB
ABSORBERS (EQUIPMENT)
    OAQS Control Cost Manual (Fourth Edition), Supplement

    PB93-138147/REB
ABSORPTION (BIOLOGY)
    Dermal Absorption of Chemicals: Effect of Application of
    Chemicals as a Solid. Aqueous Paste, Suspension, or in
    Volatile Vehicle.                     ^^
    PB93-141356/RES
ACID NEUTRALIZING CAPACITY
    Comparison of Episodic Acidification in Canada, Europe
    and the United States.
    PB93-135754/REB
ACID RAIN
    Analysis of Acid Precipitation Samples Collected by State
ACIDIFICATION
    Effects of Repeated Ammonium  Sulfate Applications on
    Soil Leachate Chemistry  on the Femow  Experimental
    Forest in West Virginia, USA.
    PB93-1 35671 /RES
    Trace Organic Contaminants in Anthropogenicalry Acidi-
    fied Surface Waters.               ^^    *
    PB93-135689/REB
    Recent Sulfur Enrichment in the Sediments of Little Rock
    Lake, Wisconsin.
    PB93-135721/REB
    Comparison of Episodic Acidification in Canada, Europe
    and the Untied States.
    PB93-135754/REB
    Organic Acidity  in Maine (U.S.A.) Lakes and in HUMEX
    Lake Skjefvatjem (Norway).
    PB93-141166/REB
    Chemistry of Dissolved  Organic Carton  and Organic
    Acids in Two Streams Draining Forested Watersheds.
    PB93-141521/REB
    Recovery of the Highly Acidified  Ctearwater Lake Water.
    shed, Ontario,  Canada.  Simulated with  the  IL WAS
    Model.
    PB93-141547/REB
    Stable Sulfur Isotopes  of Sulfate in  Precipitation and
    Stream Solutions in a Northern Hardwood Watershed.
    PB93-141562/REB
    Episodic Response Project-Northern  Appalachian Pla-
    teau: Site Description and Methodology.
    PB93-149755/REB
    Role of Nitrate in the Acidification of Streams in the Cats-
    kill Mountains of New York.
    PB93-150167/REB
ACHXTY
    Acidic Gases and Aerosols in the Eastern  and Western
    United States.
    PB33-131696/REB
    Comparison of Aerosol Acidity in Urban and Semi-Rural
    Environments.
    PB93-131712/REB
ADDITIVES
    Methods for Assessing  Exposure to Chemical  Sub-
    stances. Volume 11. Methodology for Estimating the Mi-
    gration of Additives and Impurities from Polymeric Materi-

    PB93-134096/REB
AOL MIGRATION ESTIMATION MODEL
    ADL  Migration  Estimation Model  (for Microcomputers)
    (Release Number 1).
    PB93-500684/REB
ADVACATE PROCESS
    Advacate-Lcw-Cost Process for SO2 Control.
    PB93-141117/REB
ADVANCED INSULATION COMPONENTS
    Advanced Insulations for Refrigerator/Freezers: The Po-
    tential for New Shell Design Incorporating  Polymer Bar-
    rier Construction.
    PB93-1 46991 /REB
ADVANCED INSULATION PANELS
    Advanced Insulations for Refrigerator/Freezers: The Po-
    tential for New Shell Design Incorporating  Polymer Bar-
    rier Construction.
    PB93-146991/REB
ADVANCED VERY HIGH RESOLUTION RADIOMETERS
    Rice Reid Inventory Using AVHRR Data.
    PB93-135697/REB
ADVECTION
    Exact Peak Capturing and  Oscillation-Free Scheme to
    Solve Advection-Oispersion Transport Equations.
    PB83-131845/REB
AEROSOLS
    Acidic Oases and Aerosols  in the  Eastern and Western
    United States.
    PB93-1316S6/REB
    Comparison of Aerosol Acidity in Urban and Semi-Rural
    Environments.
    PB93-131712/REB
    Aerosol  Acidity Characterization of Large Metropolitan
    Areas: Pilot and Planning for Philadelphia.
    PB93-149177/REB
AFTERBURNERS
    Rebum Technology for Boiler NOx Control.
    PB93-131589/REB
AIR DRYING
    Air-Drying and Pretreatmertt Effects on Soil Sulfate Sorp-
    tion.
    PB93-141554/REB
AIR POLLUTION
    Greenhouse gases.  Emissions and countermeasures in
    an international perspective.
    DE93721674/REB
    Revised Emissions Estimation Methodologies for Industri-
    al, Residential, and Electric Utility Stationary Combustion
    Sources.
    PB93-135663/REB
    Aerosol Acidity Characterization of Large Metropolitan
    Areas: Pilot and Planning for Philadelphia.
    PB93-149177/REB
    Determination of Rates of Reaction in the Gas-Phase in
    the Troposphere. Theory and Practice. 5. Rate of Indirect
    Photoreaction.
    PB93-149334/REB
    Compilation  of Air Pollutant Emission  Factors. Volume 1.
    Stationary Point and Area Sources. Supplement E.
    PB93-157105/REB
    Industrial  Source Complex Short Term  (ISCST)  (for
    Microcomputers).
    PB93-500221/REB
    EPA (Environmental Protection Agency) Publications Bib-
    liography, Quarterly Abstract Bulletin.
    PB93-904200/REB
AIR POLLUTION ABATEMENT
    New technology for refrigeration and heating plants.
    DE93721673/REB
    Atmospheric Chemistry and Physical Fate of HCFCs and
    MFCs and Their Degradation Products.
    PB93-131449/REB
    Characterization of Environmental Chambers for Evaluat-
    ing Microbial Growth on Building Materials.
    P893-131597/REB
    Development of Good Combustion  Practice for Municipal
    Waste Combustors.
    PB93-131613/REB
    Applications of Pulse Combustion in Industrial and Incin-
    eration Processes.
    PB93-131639/REB
    Simulation of Nonazeotropic Refrigerant Mixtures for Use
    in a Dual-Circuit Refrigerator/Freezer with Countercurrent
    Heat Exchanges.
    PB93-131688/REB
    Formation and Control  of Combustion  Pollutants from
    Gasoline-Fueled Spark-Ignition  Motor Vehicle  Engines.
    (Revised November 1992).
    PB93-141042/REB
    Novel Approach for Gathering Data on Solvent Cleaning.
    PB93-142115/REB
AIR POLLUTION CONTROL
    Guidelines for Estimating and  Applying Rule  Effective-
    ness for Ozone CO State Implementation Plan Base Year
    Inventories.
    PB93-131498/REB
    Column Vapor Extraction Experiments on Gasoline Con-
    taminated Soil.
    PB93-131514/REB
    Rebum Technology for Boiler NOx Control.
    PB93-131589/RE1
    Evaluating Materials for Healthy Buildings.
    PB93-131621/REB
    Inventory of Methane Losses from the  Natural Gas In-
        M31720/REB
    Reaction Kinetics of Ca-Based Sorbents with HC1.
    PB93-131860/REB
    Advacate-Low-Cost Process for SO2 Control.
    PB93-141117/REB
    Evaluation and Costing of NOx Controls for Existing Utili-
    ty Boilers in the NESCAUM Region.
    PB93-142016/REB
    Characterization  of Organic Emission from a Wood Fin-
    ishing Product-Wood Stain.
    PB93-1S0100/REB
    Pilot-Scale Evlauation of an Incinerability Ranking System
    for Hazardous Organic Compounds.
    PB93-150118/REB
    Control Techniques for Volatile Organic Compound Emis-
    sions from Stationary Sources, December 1992.
    PB93-150258/REB
    Highlights  of the EPA Innovative Regulatory Strategies
    Workshop:  Market-Based Incentives and other Innova-
    tions for Air Pollution Control. Summary of Workshop Dis-
    cussion  Sessions. Held in Washington, DC. on January
    15-17,1992.
    PB93-150290/REB
    Hazardous Air Pollutant Emissions from Process Units in
    the Synthetic  Organic Chemical Manufacturing  Industry:
    Background Information for Proposed Standards. Volume
    1 A, National Impacts Assessment
    PB93-156552/REB
    Hazardous Air Pollutant Emissions from Process Units in
    the Synthetic  Organic Chemical Manufacturing  Industry:
    Background Information for Proposed Standards. Volume
    1B. Control Technologies.
    PB93-156560/REB
    Hazardous Air Pollutant Emissions from Process Units in
    the Synthetic  Organic Chemical Manufacturing  Industry:
    Background Information for Proposed Standards. Volume
    1C. Model Emission Sources.
    PB93-156578/REB
    Alternative  Control  Techniques  Document NOx Emis-
    sions from Stationary Gas Turbines.
    PB93-156586/REB
AIR POLLUTION CONTROL EQUIPMENT
    Development of Size-Specific Data from Paniculate Con-
    trol Technology Research Reports.
    PB93-131456/REB
    OAQS Control Cost Manual (Fourth Edition), Supplement
    2.
    PB93-138147/REB
    Evaluation of an  Emitec Resistively Heated Metal Mono-
    lith Catalytic Converter on Two M100 Neat Methanol-
    Fueled Vehicles.
    PB93-141059/REB
AIR POLLUTION DETECTION
    Innovative Sensing Techniques for Monitoring and Meas-
    jring Selected Dioxins, Furans, and Polycyclic ,
                                            ; Aromatic
    unng !
    Hydrocarbons in Stack Gas.
    PB93-131704/HEB
    Evaluation of POHC and PIC Screening Methods.
    PB93-144137/REB
AIR POLLUTION ECONOMICS
    OAQS Control Cost Manual (Fourth Edition), Supplement
    2.
    PB93-138147/REB

AIR POLLUTION EFFECTS (HUMAN)
    Motor Vehicle-Related Air Toxics Study.
    PB93-146462/REB
AIR POLLUTION EFFECTS (PLANTS)
    Influence of Elevated CO2 and Temperature on Wetland
    Rice Root Dynamics.
    PB93-141141/REB
    Effects of C02 and Temperature on Five Rice Cultivars.
    PB93-141158/REB

AIR POLLUTION MONITORING
    Innovative Sensing Techniques for Monitoring and Meas-
    uring Selected Dioxins,  Furans, and Polycyclic Aromatic
    Hydrocarbons in Stack Gas.
    PB93-131704/REB
AIR POLLUTION MONITORS
    Air/Superfund National Technical Guidance Study Series:
    Applicability of Open Path  Monitors for Superfund.
    PB93-138154/REB
AIR POLLUTION SAMPLING
    Emission Rates of Mercury from Latex Paints.
    PB93-131654/REB
    Acidic Gases and Aerosols in the Eastern and Western
    United States.
    PB93-131696/REB
    Comparison of Aerosol  Acidity in Urban and Semi-Rural
    Environments.
    PB93-131712/REB
    Evaluation  of Nitrogen Oxide Emissions Data from TVA
    Coal-Fired Boilers.
    PB93-13886S/REB
    Quantification of Nitro- and Hydroxylated Nitro-Aromatic/
    Polycyclic Aromatic  Hydrocarbons  in Selected Ambient
    Air Daytime Winter Samples.
    PB93-141190/REB
    Generation of Mutagenic Transformation Products during
    the  Irradiation of Simulated Urban Atmospheres.
    PB93-141208/REB
    Photo-Oxidation of Automobile Emissions:  Measurements
    of the Transformation Products and Their Mutagenic Ac-
        M41273/REB
    Volatile Organic Sampling Train Soot Interference Report
    PB93-144145/REB
    Analysis of Acid Precipitation Samples Collected by State
    Agencies. Sampling Period: January-December 1990.
    PB93-144152/REB
    Characterization of PM-10 Emissions from Antiskid Mate-
    rials Applied to Ice- and Snow-Covered Roadways.
    PB93-150209/REB

AIR POLLUTION STANDARDS
    Regulatory Impact Analysis for  the  National Emissions
    Standards for Hazardous Air Pollutants for Source Cate-
    gories: Organic Hazardous Air Pollutants from the Syn-
    thetic Organic Chemical  Manufacturing  Industry  and
    Seven Other Processes.
    PB93-143972/REB
    National Air Quality and Emissions Trends Report, 1991.
    PB93-143998/REB
    Enabling  Document for Regulations  Governing  Complj-
    ance  Extensions for  Early Reductions of Hazardous Air
    Pollutants.
    PB93-147007/REB
    National Emission Standards for Hazardous Air Pollutants
    Compliance Extensions for Early  Reductions: Background
    Information for Promulgated Standards.
    PB93-149425/REB

AIR QUALITY
    National Air Quality and Emissions Trends Report, 1991.
    PB93-143998/REB

AIR SAMPLERS
    Volatile Organic Sampling Train Soot Interference Report
    PB93-144145/REB
AIR SPARGING
    Experimental  Examination  of  Integrated Soil Vapor Ex-
    traction Techniques.
    PB93-131738/REB
AIR WATER INTERACTIONS
    Water Temperature Characteristics of Lakes Subjected to
    Climate Change.
    PB93-135648/REB
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                                                                  KEYWORD  INDEX
   Comparison of EpisocSc Acidification in Canada Europe
   and the United States.
   P893-135754/REB
   Recovery of the Highly Aodffied Ctearwater Lake Water-
   shed. Ontario, Canada. Simulated  with the IL WAS
   Model
   PB93-141547/REB
ALCOHOL DRMKMQ
   Attenuation of Alcohol Consumption by MDMA (Ecstasy)
   in Two Strains of Alcohol-Preferring Rats.
   PBS3-141232/REB
ALGORITHMS
   Exact Peak Capturing and Osdation-Free Scheme to
   Solve AdvecfionrOispersion Transport Equations.
   PB93-131845/REB                    :
ALLYL ALCOHOLS
   Hepatotadc Interacbqns of Ethanol with ADyl Alcohol or
   Carbon Tetiadilonde in Rats.
   PB93-141422/REB
    Cost Effectiveness Analysis of  Effluent Guidetnes and
    Standaids for the Aluminum Forming Category.
    PB93-156107/REB
AMrmoLE
    Pesticide Fact Sheet Number 20.2 Amitrote.
    PB93-144368/REB
    Pesticide Fact Sheet Number 20.1: Amitrote.
    PB93-149680/REB
AMMOMUM SULFATE
    Effects of Repealed Ammonium SuKate Applications on
    Sol Leachata Chemistry  on the Famow Experimental
    Forest In West Virginia. USA.
    PB93-13S671/REB
    Attenuation of Alcohol Consumption by MDMA (Ecstasy)
    In Two Strata of AteohoM>referring Rats.
    PB93-141232/REB
ANACOST1A MVER
    neoorabon of «w AnacoMia River.
    PB93-136364/REB
AMALYTICAL CHEMISTRY
                      Gomptenoo   Scroonmo   Systom
                   > (OLM01.6 V«r*ion 3) (for Mtcroconv
    tnoraantc  Contract  Compfcanco  Ccrooniog   Systom
    (ICCSS) Software (ILM02.1 Version 2) (tor Merocomput-

    PB83-500288/REB
ANEUPUMOY
    AppBcation of a Wheat Seedkng Assay tor Detecting An-
    euptoidy Induced by N-Etnyt-nUWrosourea and 4-N«ro-
    quinoine-1-Oxide.
    PB93-141463/REB
AMMAL WASTES
    effects of Uvostock Wastes on SmaR Ubnots  Streams:
    Lower Kaskastia River Basin and  Upper Little Wabash
    Rwer Basra, Summer 1991.
    PB93-144277/REB
AQUATIC BIOLOGY
    Traoo Qvganic  Contaminants in AnthropoQonicafly Actdt-
    fiad Surtaoa Waters.
    PB93-13S689/REB
    Proceednos of the National Workshop on Biological Cri-
    teria (1st). Hekf in Lino '     • —  •     -     ...
                            A Mn
s on December 2-4,
    1987.
    PB93-143717/REB
AQUATIC ECOSYSTEMS
    RadaOOOolofly in Nornc Bfiwc systoms * prssont know!
     • land future t
    Environmental  Monitoring  and  Assessment Program,
    EMAP-Surtace Waters A Northeast Lakes Plot
    PB93-13S747/REB
    Cot Densty and Non-EquSbrium Sorptton  Effects  on
    BacterW Dimpereal to Groundwater Microcosms.
    PB83-141505/REB
   •neitoration of  the Salmon River Satt Marshes: Retro-
AQUATK McmaiOLoav
    Cei Density and  Non-EquHinum Saptton Effects on
   -Bacterial Diapers* In Groundwater Mterocoams.
    PB93-14150S/REB
ARCTIC CONTAMMANTS RESEARCH PROGRAM
        :ContamrantsRe
    PB93-135630/REB
ARCTIC REGIONS
    Arctic Contaminant!
                            .Progn
                                    :Re
                                           ch
                     Re
                            »Progn
                                            l Plan.
    PB93-135630/REB
AROMATIC COMPOUNDS
    Quamincalion of Ktro- and HyUuxytateJ Nttro-Aromatie/
    PoNcycfc Aromatic Hydrocarbons in Sotoctod Ambient
    Aa- Dayftne Winter Samples.
    PB93-141190/REB
AROMATIC POLYCYCUC HYDROCARBONS
    QuanlttCBton of Ntoo- and I lydfoxytated Nftro-Aromatic/
    PoNcycfc Aromatic Hydrocarbons in Selected Ambient
    Air Daytime Winter Samples.
    •PB93-141190/REB
    DNA Adducts and Induction of Sister ChromaM Ex-
          lin the Rat Fotowng Benzo(b)-Fkioran1hene Ad-
ARSENIC
    Health Effects of Arsenic in Drinking  Water Research
    Needs.
    PB93-141331/REB
ATMOSPHERIC CHEMISTRY
    Atmospheric Chemistry and Physical Fate of HCFCs and
    HFCs and Their Degradation Products.
    PB93-131449/REB
    Determination of Rates of Reaction in the Gas-Phase in
    the Troposphere. Theory and Practice. 5. Rate of Indirect
    Photoreaction.
    PB93-149334/REB
ATMOSPHERIC TEMPERATURE
    Relationship between Water Temperatures and Air Tem-
    peratures for Central U.S. Streams.
    PB93-135655/REB
    Influence of Elevated CO2 and Temperature on Wetland
    Rice Root Dynamics.
    PB93-141141/REB
    Effects of CO2 and Temperature on Five Rice CuNvars.
    PB93-141158/REB
AUTOMOTIVE FUELS
    Motor Vehicle-Related Air Toxics Study.
    PB93-146462/REB
AVIATION GASOLINE
    LNAPL Distribution and Hydrocarbon Vapor Transport in
    the CapMary Fringe.
    PB93-157550/REB
AXONAL TRANSPORT
    Subacute  Ethanol Consumption Reverses p-Xytene-ln-
    duced Decreases in Axonal Transport.
    PB93-141240/REB
AXONS
    Subacute  Ethanol Consumption Reverses p-Xytone-ln-
    duced Decreases in Axonal Transport.
    PB93-141240/REB
B AND W CYCLONE FURNACE
    Babcock and Wilcox Cydone Furnace Vrtrrfication. Tech-
    nology Demonstration Summary.
    PB93-14S621/REB
BACTERIA
    Cell  Density  and Non-EquKbrium Sorption Effects on
    Bacterial Dispersal in Groundwater Microcosms.
    PB93-141505/REB
    Isolation and Purification of Bacterial DNA from SoL
    PB93-149276/REB
BACTERIOPHAGES
    Ecologically Acceptable Strategy for the Use of Geoett-
    caHy Engineered Bacutovrus Pesticides.
    PB93-149243/REB
BACULOVIRtDAE
    Genetically Engineered Bacutoviruses as Agents tor Pest
    Control.
    PB93-150175/REB
BARRIERS
    Constructkxi. Monitoring,  and Performance of Two Sol
    Liners. Project Summary.
    PB93-157923/REB
BEAR BROOK
   'Mineral Dissolution  Rates: A Comparison of  Laboratory
    and Field Studies.
    PB93-1411B2/REB
BEHAVIOR
    Behavioral Development  Following Daily Episodes of
    Mother-Infant Separation in the Rat
    PB93-141406/REB
BELTSVTLLE AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH CENTER
    Pollution  Prevention  Opportunity Assessment   USDA
    Bertsvite Agricultural Research Center.
    PB93-146843/REB
BENTHOS
    Comparison of the Effects of DrMng Fluid  on  Macro-
    benthic  Invertebrates Associated  with the Seagrass,
    Thalassia testudnum'. in the Laboratory and Field.
    PB93-131837/REB
    Proceedngs of the  1989 Midwest Pooubon Control Biolo-
    gists Meeting. Held  in  Chicago. Mnois on February 14-17,
    1989.
    PB93-143691/REB
                       Household Exposures to Benzene from Showering with
                       Gasoline-Contaminated Ground Water.
                       PB93-131S30/REB
                    BENZO (B)FLUORANTHENE
                       DNA  Adducts and  Induction of Sister Chromatid  Ex-
                       changes in the Rat Following Benzo(b)-Fluoranthene Ad-
    PB93-141372/REB
                       PB93-141372/REB
                    BERYLLIUM
                       Removal of Beryttum from Drinking Water by Chemical
                       Coagulation and Lime Softening.
                       PBS-150134/REB
                    BEST AVAILABLE TECHNOLOGY
                       Technologies  and Costs for Control of  Disinfection By-
                       products: Executive Summary.
                       PB93-134922/REB
                    BEST PROFESSIONAL JUDGEMENT
                       Process for Regional Assessment of Wetland Risk.
                       PB93-146793/REB
                    BIBLIOGRAPHIES
                       Municipal Water Potubon Prevention BUtography: 1992.
                       the Year of Clean Water. Celebration and Commitment
                       PB93-141083/REB
   OSWER Source Book. Volume 1. Training and Technolo-
   gy Transfer Resources, 1992-1993.
   PB93-143980/REB
   OSWER Source Book. Volume 2. Training and Technolo-
   gy Transfer Resources. 1992-1993.
   PB93-144129/REB
   Pollution Prevention for the Kraft Pulp and Paper Indus-
   try.
   PB93-145613/REB
   Protection of Pome Fruits, March 1985-May 1992. Cita-
   tions from AGRICOLA Concerning  Diseases and Other
   Environmental Considerations.
   PB93-149904/REB
   Methylbromide  and Its Alternatives  as Fumigants, 1979-
   May 1992. Citations from AGRICOLA Concerning Dis-
   eases and Other Environmental Considerations.
   PB93-149912/REB
   Publications Office of Science and Technology: Catalog.
   PB93-152577/REB
   EPA (Environmental Protection Agency) Publications Bib-
   liography. Quarterly Abstract Bulletin.
   PB93-904200/REB

BtOACCUMULATtON
   Proceedings: Tiered Testing Issues for  Freshwater and
   Marine Sediments. Held in Washington, DC. on Septem-
   ber 16-18.1992.
   PB93-152619/REB

BYCONVERSION
   Transformation of Carbon Tetrachloride in the Presence
   of Surfide. Biotite, and Vermiculite.
   PB93-135713/REB

BtODETERIORATION
   Bioremediation.
   P893-149193/REB

BIODIVERSITY
   Who Will Speak for Biodiversity.
   PB93-135762/REB

BIOLOGICAL CRITERIA
   Proceedings of the National Workshop on Biological Cri-
   teria (1st). Held in Lincolnwood,  Illinois on December 2-4.
   1987.
   PB93-143717/REB

BIOLOGICAL EFFECTS
   Habitat Quality Assessment of  Two Wetland Treatment
   Systems in Mississippi; A Pilot Study.
   PB93-135614/REB
   Biological Sinks  for Nitrogen Additions  to a  Forested
   Catchment
   PB93-141174/REB
   Generation of Mutagenic Transformation Products during
   the Irradiation of Simulated Urban Atmospheres.
   PB93-141208/REB
   Photo-Oxidation of Automobile Emissions: Measurements
   of the Transformation Products  and Their Mutagenic Ac-
   tivity.
   PB93-141273/REB
   Proceedings of the National Workshop on Biological Cri-
   teria (1st). Held in Lincolnwood.  Illinois on December 2-4,
    1987.
   PB93-143717/REB
   Health Effects Assessment Summary Tables.
   PB93-921100/REB

BIOLOGICAL INDICATORS
   Bladder-wrack  (Fucus vesiculosus L) as an indicator for
   radnnudides  in  the  environment  of  Swedish nuclear
   power plants.
   DE93603681/REB
    Proceedings of the National Workshop on Biological Cri-
   teria (1st). Held in Lincolnwood, Illinois on December 2-4.
    1987.
    PB93-143717/REB
    Proceedings of the Midwest Pollution Control Biologists
    Meeting,  1991. Environmental  Indicators: Measurement
    and Assessment Endpomts. Held in Lincolnwood. Illinois
    on March 19-22,1991.
    PB93-145712/REB
    Development of Index of Btotic  Integrity Expectations for
    the Ecoregions of Indiana. I. Central Com Bert Plain.
    PB93-149383/REB
    Coltecbon and Chemical Analysis of Lichens tor Biomoni-

    PB9&149862/REB

BIOLOGICAL INSECT CONTROL
    Development of Genetically Enhanced Bacutovirus Pesti-
    cides (Chapter 5).
    PB93-149235/REB
    Geoettatfy Engineered Bacutoviruses as Agents for Pest
    Control.
    PB93-1S0175/REB

BIOLOGICAL PEST CONTROL
    Ecologically Acceptable Strategy for the Use of Geneti-
    caBy Engineered Bacutowus Pesticides.
    PB93-149243/REB

BIOLOGICAL TREATMENT
    Applied Geologic, Microbiological, and Engineering Con-
    straints of In-situ BTEX Btoremeoiation.
    PB93-141513/REB
    In-situ Bioremediation of Ground Water.
    PB93-1468SO/REB
    Bioremediation.
    PB93-149193/REB
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 BIOMASS
 BIRDS
    Modification  of  Point Counts  for Surveying  Cropland
    Birds.
    PB93-156040/REB
    Evaluating Point Count versus Territory Mapping in Crop-
    land Birds.
    PB93-156057/REB
 BOILERS
    Rebum Technology for Boiler NOx Control.
    PB93-131589/REB
    Evaluation of Nitrogen Oxide Emissions Data from TVA
    Coal-Fired Boilers.
    PB93-138865/REB
    PB93-142016/REB
 BRANT (NEW YORK)
    Superfund at Work  Hazardous  Waste Cleanup Efforts
    Natoonwide, Fall 1992. (Wide Beach Section  of Brant,

    PB92-963628/REB
 BUILDINGS
    Evaluating Materials for Healthy Buildings.
    PB93-131621/REB
    U.S. EPA's OA/QC Program for Waste Management Fa-
    cilrfieiProceedinos of the GRI Seminar (8th), MQC/MGA
    and  CQC/CQA of GeosyntheBcs. HekJ in Philadelphia,
    Pennsylvania on December 10-11, 1992.
    PB93-149219/REB
 BULLJTT COUNTY (KENTUCKY)
    Superfund at Worfc  Hazardous  Waste Cleanup Efforts
    Nationwide,  Fan  1992.  (Valley  of  the  Drums,  Bullitt
    County, Kentucky).
    PB92-96361S/REB
 BYPRODUCTS
    Analysis of Potential Tradeoffs in Regulation of Disinfec-
    tion By-Prociucts.
    PB93-134344/REB
    Simulation of Compliance  Choices for the  Disinfection
    By-Products Regulatory Impact Analysis.
    PB93-134385/REB
    Status Report on  Development of Regulations  for Disin-
    fectants and Disinfection By-Products.
    PB93-134914/REB
 CALCIUM COMPOUNDS
    Reaction Kinetics of Ca-Based Sorbents with HC1.
    PB93-131860/REB
 CANADA
    Modification  of Point Counts for  Surveying  Cropland
    Birds,
    PB93-1S6040/REB
    Evaluating Point Count versus Territory Mapping in Crop-
    land Birds.
    PB93-156057/REB
 CARBON CYCLE
    Uncertainties in Countrywide Forest Biomass Estimates.
    PB93-149250/REB
 CARBON DIOXIDE
    Influence of Elevated CO2 and Temperature on Wetland
    Rice Root Dynamics.
    PB93-141141/REB
    Effects of CO2 and Temperature on Five Rice Curtivars.
    PB93-1411S8/REB
 CARBON MONOXIDE
    Guidelines for Estimating  and Applying Rule  Effective-
    ness for Ozone CO State Implementation Plan Base Year
    Inventories.
    PB93-131498/REB
 CARBON TETRACHLORIDE
    Transformation of Cation Tetrachtoride in the  Presence
    of Surfide, Btotite, and VermicuHte.
    PB93-135713/REB
    Hepatotoxic Interactions of Ethanol with Alfyl Alcohol  or
    Carbon Tetrachkxide in Rats.
    PB93-141422/HEB
 CARCINOGENESIS
    DMA Adducts and Induction of Sister ChromatkJ Ex-
    changes in the Rat Following Benzo(b)-Fluorantriene Ad-
    rrantstr&tion.
    PB93-141372/REB
    Micronuclei  and Other Nuclear Anomalies in Buccal
    Smears: A Field Test in Snuff Users.
    PB93-141448/REB
    Micronuctei  and Other Nuclear Anomalies in Buccal
    Smears: Methods Development
    PB93-141455/REB
    In vitro  Mammalian Mulagenesis as a Model for Genetic
    Lesions in Human Cancer.
    PB93-141471/REB
CARCINOGENS
    Motor Vehicle-Related Air Toxics Study.
    PB93-146462/REB
CATALOGS (PUBLICATIONS)
 .   Publications Office of Science and Technology: Catalog.
    PB93-152577/REB
CATALYTIC CONVERTERS
    Evaluation of an Emitec Resistively Heated Metal Mono-
    lith Catalytic  Converter on Two  M100 Neat Methand-
    Fueted Vehicles.
    PB93-1410S9/REB
                                                                     KEYWORD  INDEX
 CATALYTIC REACTORS (EXHAUST SYSTEMS)
    Evaluation of an Emitec Resistively Heated Metal Mono-
    lith Catalytic Converter on Two M100 Neat Methanol-
    Fueted Vehicles.
    PB93-141059/REB
 CESIUM 137
    Radioecology in Nordic limnic systems - present knowl-
    edge and future prospects.
    DE92643948/REB
 CHEMICAL ANALYSIS
    Rapid Measurement of Aqueous Hydroxyl Radical Con-
    centrations in Steady-State HO Flux Systems.
    PB93-131779/REB
    Collection and Chemical Analysis of Lichens for Biomoni-
        M49862/REB
    Proceedings of the Annual EPA Conference on Analysis
    of Pollutants in the Environment (15th). Held in  Norfolk,
    Virginia on May 6-7,1992.
    PB93-152601 /REB
 CHEMICAL COMPOUNDS
    Toxic Release Inventory (TRI), 1987-1990 (on CD-ROM).
    PB93-S00742/REB
    Health Effects Assessment Summary Tables.
    PB93-921100/REB
 CHEMICAL INFORMATION FACT SHEET
    Pesticide Fact Sheet Number 20.2: Amitrole.
    PB93-144368/REB
    Pesticide Fact Sheet Number 20.1: Amitrole.
    PB93-149630/REB
 CHEMICAL PLANTS
    Hazardous Air Pollutant Emissions from Process  Units in
    the Synthetic  Organic Chemical  Manufacturing Industry:
    Background Information for Proposed Standards. Volume
    IB. Control Technologies.
    PB93-156560/REB
    Hazardous Air Pollutant Emissions from Process  Units in
    trie Synthetic  Organic Chemical  Manufacturing Industry:
    Background Information for Proposed Standards.  Volume
    1C. Model  Emission Sources.
    PB93-156578/REB
 CHEMICAL TRANSPORT
    Biosorption of Dichlorodiphenyttrichloroethane  and Hex-
    achlorobenzene in Groundwater and Its Implications for
    Facilitated Transport
    PB93-141497/REB
 CHEMICAL WATER POLLUTANTS
    Biosorption of Dichtorodiphenyltrichloroethane  and Hex-
    achlorobenzene in Groundwater and Its Implications for
    Facilitated Transport.
    PB93-141497/REB
 CHEMKSATION
    PR Notice 87-1. Notice  to Manufacturers. Formulators,
    Producers and Registrants of Pesticide Products.
    PB93-141687/RE6
 CHERNOBYLSK-4 REACTOR
    Radioecology in Nordic limnic systems - present knowl-
    edge and future prospects.
    DE92643948/REB
 CHESAPEAKE BAY PROGRAM
    Restoration of the Anacostia River.
    PB93-136364/REB
    Chesapeake Bay Program Annual Progress Report, Wet-
    lands Workgroup, December 1991.
    PB93-136893/REB
 CHLORINATION
    Comparative Resistance of 'Escherichia coli' and  Enterc-
    cocci to Chtorination.
    PB93-150126/REB
 CHOLINESTERASE INHIBITORS
    Paraoxon ToxJcity Is Not Potentiated by Prior Reduction
    in Blood Acetyteholinesterase.
    PB93-141265/REB
 CHROMOSOME DELETION
    V(D)J Recombinase-Mediated Deletion of the 'hprt' Gene
    in T-Lymphocytes from Adult Humans.
    PB93-141216/REB
    Large Deletions are Tolerated at the  'hprt' Locus  of In
    vivo Derived Human T-Lymphocytes.
    PB93-141224/REB
CINCINNATI (OHIO)
    Design for Total Organics Removal at Cincinnati.
    PB93-131563/REB
CLEAN WATER ACT
    Clean Water Act (Section 319): An Evaluation of Program
    Implementation in Region 10.
    PB93-1456S4/REB
CLEANING
    Novel Approach for Gathering Data on Solvent Cleaning.
    PB93-142115/REB
CLEANUP OPERATIONS
    Superfund Accelerated Cleanup  Model (SACM). Volume
    1, Number 4, November 1992.
    PB92-963287/REB
    Superfund  at Work:  Hazardous  Waste Cleanup  Efforts
    Nationwide,  Fall 1992.  (Valley   of the  Drums,  Bullitt
    County, Kentucky).
    PB92-963618/REB
    Superfund at Work:  Hazardous  Waste Cleanup  Efforts
    Nationwide, Fall  1992. (American Thermostat Corpora-
    tion, New York).
    PB92-963627/REB
                 COMPUTERIZED SIMULATION


    Superfund at  Work: Hazardous Waste  Cleanup Efforts
    Nationwide, Fall 1992.  (Wide  Beach Section of Brant,
    New York).
    PB92-963628/REB
    Superfund at  Work: Hazardous Waste  Cleanup Efforts
    Nationwide, Fall 1992.  (Krysowaty Farm, Hillsborough,
    New Jersey).
    PB92-963629/REB
    Superfund at  Work: Hazardous Waste  Cleanup Efforts
    Nationwide, Fall 1992.  (Ciba-Geigy Corporation, Mcln-
    tosh, Alabama).
    PB92-963630/REB
    Guidelines for Developing Risk-Based Cleanup Levels at
    RCRA Sites in Region 10.
    PB93-145662/REB

CLEARWATEH LAKE
    Recovery of trie Highly Acidified Clearwater Lake Water-
    shed, Ontario, Canada, Simulated  with  the  IL WAS
    Model.
    PB93-141547/REB

CLEFT PALATE
    Mechanisms of TCDD-lnduction of Cleft Palate: Insights
    from In vivo and In vitro Approaches.
    PB93-141414/REB

CLIMATIC CHANGES
    Some Emerging Issues in Watershed Management-Land-
    scape  Patterns, Species  Conservation,  and Climate
    Change.
    PB93-131522/REB
    Effects of UV-B and Global Climate Change on Rice:
    First Annual Program Progress Report.
    PB93-135622/REB
    Water Temperature Characteristics of Lakes Subjected to
    Climate Change.
    PB93-135648/REB
    Methods  for  Analyzing  Extreme  Events Under Climate
    Change.
    PB93-146827/REB

COASTAL REGIONS
    Susceptibility of East Coast Estuaries to  Nutrient  Dis-
    charges: Albemarle/Pamlico Sound to Biscayne Bay.
    PB93-136901/REB
    Susceptibility of East Coast Estuaries to  Nutrient  Dis-
    charges: Passamaquoddy Bay to Chesapeake  Bay.
    PB93-136927/REB

COASTAL ZONE MANAGEMENT
    Strategic Assessment of Near Coastal Waters: Northeast
    Case Study.
    PB93-136S21/REB

COCHLEA
    Glutamate Neurotoxicity in the Developing Rat Cochlea is
    Antagonized by Kynurenic Acid and MK-801.
    PB93-141349/REB

COMBUSTION CHAMBERS
    Development of Good Combustion Practice for Municipal
    Waste Combustors.
    PB93-131613/REB

COMBUSTION EFFICIENCY
    Development of Good Combustion Practice for Municipal
    Waste Combustors.
    PB93-131613/REB
    Applications of Pulse Combustion in Industrial and Incin-
    eration Processes.
    PB93-131639/REB
    Evaluation of POHC and  PIC Screening Methods.
    PB93-144137/REB
    Pilot-Scale Evlauation of  an Incinerability Ranking System
    for Hazardous Organic Compounds.
    PB93-150118/REB

COMBUSTION PRODUCTS
    Revised Emissions Estimation Methodologies for Industri-
    al, Residential, and  Electric Utility Stationary Combustion
    Sources.
    PB93-135663/REB
    Formation and  Control  of Combustion  Pollutants from
    Gasoline-Fueled  Spark-Ignition  Motor Vehicle Engines.
    (Revised November 1992).
    PB93-141042/REB
    Alternative Control  Techniques Document NOx Emis-
    sions from Stationary Gas Turbines.
    PB93-156586/REB

COMPLIANCE
    Status Report on Analytical Methods to Support the Dis-
    infectant/Disinfection By-Products Regulation.
    PB93-134898/REB

COMPUTATIONAL FLUID DYNAMICS
    Exact Peak  Capturing and  Oscillation-Free Scheme to
    Solve Advection-Dispersion Transport Equations.
    PB93-131845/REB

COMPUTERIZED SIMULATION
    Simulation of Nonazeotropic Refrigerant Mixtures for Use
    in a  Dual-Circuit Refrigerator/Freezer with Countercurrent
    Heat Exchanges.
    PB93-131688/REB
    Water Temperature Characteristics of Lakes Subjected to
    Climate Change.
    PB93-135648/REB
    Subjective-Probability-Based  Scenarios  for  Uncertain
    Input Parameters: Stratospheric Ozone  Depletion,  De-
    cember  1990.
    PB93-143741/REB
                                                                                                                                     June  1993
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                                                                    KEYWORD INDEX
CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT
    U.S. EPA's QA/QC Program for Waste Management Fa-
    cilities. Proceedings of the GRI Seminar (6th), MQC/MQA
    and CQC/CQA of  Geosynthetics. Held in  Philadelphia,
    Pennsylvania on December 10-11, 1992.
    PB93-149219/REB
CONSTRUCTION MATERIALS
    Characterization of  Environmental Chambers for Evaluat-
    ing Microbial Growth on Building Materials.
    PB93-131597/REB
CONTINUOUS SAMPLING
    Innovative Sensing  Techniques for Monitoring and Meas-
    uring Selected Dioxins, Furans, and  Polycyclic Aromatic
    Hydrocarbons in Stack Gas.
    PB93-131704/REB
CONTRACT ADMINISTRATION
    Mentor-Protege Program.
    PB93-9632S1/REB
CORN PLANTS
    Cost Effective Com and Soybean Production Without Till-
    age: Fact or Fiction (May  1988).
    PB93-157568/REB
CORROSION
    Technical Assistance Document: Corrosion,  Its Detection
    and Control in Injection Wells.
    PB93-115897/REB
COST ANALYSIS
    Technologies and Costs  for Control of Disinfection By-
    products: Executive Summary.
    PB93-134922/REB
    OAQS Control Cost Manual (Fourth Edition). Supplement
    2.
    PB93-138147/REB
    Economic Impacts  of RCRA Regulations on the Plating
    and Polishing Industry.
    PB93-158988/REB
COST EFFECTIVENESS
    Cost Effectiveness  Analysis of Effluent Guidelines and
    Standards for the Aluminum Forming Category.
    PB93-156107/REB
CREATED WETLANDS
    Habitat Quality Assessment  of Two  Wetland Treatment
    Systems in Mississippi: A  Pilot Study.
    PB93-135614/REB
CULTIVATED LANDS
    Rice Field Inventory Using AVHRR Data.
    PB93-135697/REB
CYCLONE COMBUSTORS
    Rebum Technology for Boiler NOx Control.
    PB93-131589/REB
CYTOCHROME P-450
    Molecular Regulation of the  Induction of Cytochrome P-
    4SOE in the Estuarine Fish Fundulus Heteroclitus.
    AD-A258 623/8/REB
CYTOMEGALIC INCLUSION  DISEASE
    Correlation between Chemical Suppression of  Natural
    Killer Cell Activity in Mice and Susceptibility to Cytomega-
    lovims: Rationale for Applying Murine Cytomegalovirus as
    a Host Resistance Model and for Interpreting Tmmunotox-
    icity Testing  in Terms of Risk of Disease.
    PB93-141430/REB
DATA BASES
    Global Ecosystems Database. Version 1.0 (on CD-ROM).
    EPA Global Climate Research Program. NOAA/NGDC
    Global Change Database Program. User's Guide. Volume
    1.  NGDC Key to Geophysical Records Documentation
    No. 26.
    PB93-146082/REB
    Global Ecosystems Database. Version 1.0 (on CD-ROM).
    EPA Global Climate Research Program. NOAA/NGDC
    Global  Change  Database  Program.  Documentation
    Manual, DISC-A. Volume 1. NGDC Key to Geophysical
    Records Documentation No. 27.
    PB93-146090/REB
DATA FILE
    Toxic Release Inventory (TRI), 1987-1990 (on CD-ROM).
    PB93-500742/REB
DDT
    Biosorption of Dichlorodiphenyltrichloroethane and Hex-
    achlorobenzene in  Groundwater and Its Implications for
    Facilitated Transport.
    PB93-141497/REB
DEBRIS
    Annual Report of National Park Marine Debris Monitoring
    Program: 1991 Marine Debris Surveys with Summary of
    Data from 1988 to 1991.
    PB93-132587/REB
DECHLORINATION
    Effect of a Base-Catalyzed Dechlorination Process on the
    Genotoxicity of PCB-Contaminated Soil.
    PB93-141323/REB
DEICERS
    Characterization of  PM-10 Emissions from Antiskid  Mate-
    rials Applied to Ice- and Snow-Covered Roadways.
    PB93-150209/REB
DENSE NONAQUEOUS PHASE LIQUIDS
    DNAPL Site Evaluation.
    PB93-150217/REB
DEOXYRIBONUCLEIC ACIDS
    Isolation  and Purification of Bacterial DMA from Soil.
    PB93-149276/REB
DEPOSITION
    Acidic Gases and Aerosols in the  Eastern and Western
    United States.
    PB93-131696/REB
DIFFUSION
    ADL Migration Estimation Model  (for  Microcomputers)
    (Release Number 1).
    PB93-500684/REB
DINITROPHENOLS
    Dermal Absorption of Chemicals: Effect of Application of
    Chemicals as a Solid, Aqueous Paste, Suspension, or in
    Volatile Vehicle.
    PB93-1413S6/REB
DIRECTORIES
    OSWER Superfund Telephone Directory.
    PB92-963289/REB
DISINFECTANTS
    Occurrence Assessment for Disinfectants and  Disinfec-
    tion By-Products (Phase 6a) in Public Drinking Water.
    PB93-134377/REB
    Status Report on Analytical Methods to Support the Dis-
    infectant/Disinfection By-Products Regulation.
    PB93-134898/REB
    Status. Report on  the Development of  Draft MCLGs for
    Disinfectants and By-Products.
    PB93-134906/REB
    Status Report on Development of  Regulations for Disin-
    fectants and Disinfection By-Products.
    PB93-134914/REB
DISINFECTION
    Analysis of Potential Trade-Offs in Regulation of Disinfec-
    tion By-Products.
    PB93-134344/REB
    Draft Ground-Water Disinfection Rule.
    PB93-134351/REB
    Framework for Decision Making: An EPA Perspective.
    PB93-134369/REB
    Simulation of Compliance Choices for the Disinfection
    By-Products Regulatory Impact Analysis.
    PB93-134385/REB
    Status Report on Development of  Regulations for Disin-
    fectants and Disinfection By-Products.
    PB93-134914/REB
    Water Treatment Plant Simulation Program, Version 1.21,
    User's Manual.
    PB93-134948/REB
DISSOLVED ORGANIC CARBON
    Organic Acidity in Maine (U.S.A.) Lakes and in HUMEX
    Lake Skjervatjem (Norway).
    PB93-141166/REB
    Chemistry of Dissolved  Organic  Carbon  and Organic
    Acids in Two Streams Draining Forested Watersheds.
    PB93-141521/REB
DISSOLVING
    Mineral  Dissolution Rates: A Comparison of Laboratory
    and Field Studies.
    PB93-141182/REB
DIZOCILPINE MALEATE
    Glutamate Neurotoxicity in the Developing Rat Cochlea is
    Antagonized by Kynurentc Acid and MK-801.
    PB93-141349/REB
DNA ADDUCTS
    DNA  Adducts and Induction of Sister Chromatic! Ex-
    changes in the Rat Following Benzo(b)-Fluoranthene Ad-
    ministration.
    PB93-141372/REB
DMA-BINDING PROTEINS
    Improved Method for Screening cDNA Expression Librar-
    ies for DNA-Binding Proteins.
    PB93-141299/REB
DNA DAMAGE
    Analysis of X-ray-Induced HPRT Mutations in CHO Cells:
    Insertion and Deletions.
    PB93-141364/REB
    DNA  Adducts and Induction of Sister Chromatic! Ex-
    changes in the Rat Following Benzo(b)-Fluoranthene Ad-
    ministration.
    PB93-141372/REB
DOCUMENTATION
    Pesticide Compact Label Rle -1990 Updates.
    PB93-911600/REB
DRILLING FLUIDS
    Comparison  of the Effects of Drilling  Fluid on Macro-
    benthic  Invertebrates  Associated with the  Seagrass,
    Thalassia testudinum',  in the Laboratory and Field.
    PB93-131837/REB
DRINKING WATER
    Occurrence  Assessment for Disinfectants  and Disinfec-
    tion By-Products (Phase 6a) in Public Drinking Water.
    PB93-134377/REB
    Simulation of Microbial  Occurrence, Exposure and Health
    Risks after Drinking Water Treatment Processes.
    PB93-134393/REB
    Status Report on  the Development of  Draft MCLGs for
    Disinfectants and By-Products.
  .  PB93-134906/REB
    EPA's Ground  Water  and  Drinking  Water   Program:
    Making a Difference.
    PB93-136612/REB
    Removal of  Beryllium from Drinking Water by Chemical
    Coagulation and Lime Softening.
    PB93-150134/REB
    Method 524. Measurement of Purgeable Organic Com-
    pounds  in Drinking Water by Gas Chromatography/Mass
    Spectrometry.
    PB93-1S7931/REB
DRUMS (CONTAINERS)
    Superfund at Work:  Hazardous Waste Cleanup Efforts
    Nationwide,  Fall 1992. (Valley of  the  Drums,  Bullitt
    County, Kentucky).
    PB92-963618/REB
DUCKS
    Pathogenicity of 'Salmonella pullorum' in  Northern Bob-
    white Quail and Mallard Ducks.
    PB93-13S739/REB
EARLY REDUCTION PROGRAM
    Enabling Document  for Regulations Governing Compli-
    ance Extensions for Early Reductions of  Hazardous Air
    Pollutants.
    PB93-147007/REB
EARTH FILLS
    Evaluation of Source Term Initial Conditions for Modeling
    Leachate Migration from Landfills.
    PB93-131464/REB
EASTERN REGION (UNITED STATES)
    Acidic Gases and Aerosols in the  Eastern and Western
    United States.
    PB93-131696/REB
ECOLOGY
    Some Emerging Issues in Watershed Management-Land-
    scape  Patterns, Species  Conservation,  and Climate
    Change.
    PB93-131522/REB
    Quality Assurance Plan for 1991 Pilot Study of the Eco-
    logical Condition of  Municipal  Wastewater  Constructed
    Wetland Treatment Systems.
    PB93-134674/REB
    Guidelines for Developing Risk-Based Cleanup Levels at
    RCRA Sites in Region 10.
    PB93-145662/REB
    Process for Regional Assessment of Wetland Risk.
    PB93-146793/REB
ECONOMIC ANALYSIS
    Economic Analysis of the Phosphate Subcategory of the
    Fertilizer Manufacturing Industry:  Louisiana Phosphoric
    Acid Plants, July 1986.
    PB93-156503/REB
ECONOMIC IMPACT
    Economic Analysis of the Phosphate Subcategory of the
    Fertilizer Manufacturing Industry:  Louisiana Phosphoric
    Acid Plants.
    PB93-156495/REB
ECOSYSTEMS
    Arctic Contaminants Research Program: Research Plan.
    PB93-135630/REB
    Global Ecosystems Database. Version 1.0 (on CD-ROM).
    EPA  Global Climate  Research  Program. NOAA/NGDC
    Global Change Database Program.  User's Guide. Volume
    1. NGDC Key to Geophysical Records  Documentation
    No. 26.
    PB93-146082/REB
    Global Ecosystems Database. Version 1.0 (on CD-ROM).
    EPA  Global Climate  Research  Program. NOAA/NGDC
    Global  Change Database Program.   Documentation
    Manual, DISC-A. Volume 1.  NGDC Key to  Geophysical
    Records Documentation No. 27.
    PB93-146090/REB
    Review of EPA's Environmental Monitoring and Assess-
    ment Program (EMAP). Interim Report.
    PB93-146348/REB
ELECTRIC FIELDS
    Review of the Literature on Potential Reproductive and
    Developmental Toxicity of Electric and Magnetic Reids.
    PB93-141307/REB
ELECTROPHYSIOLOGY
    Olfactory Evoked Responses to Odorous Stimuli of Dif-
    ferent Intensities.
    PB93-141315/REB
ELECTROPLATING
    Economic Impacts of RCRA Regulations  on the Plating
    and Polishing Industry.
    PB93-158988/REB
EMISSION
    Characterization of Organic Emission from a Wood Fin-
    ishing Product-Wood Stain.
    PB93-150100/REB
    Compilation of Air Pollutant Emission Factors. Volume 1.
    Stationary Point and Area Sources.  Supplement E.
    PB93-157105/REB
EMISSION FACTORS
    Development of Size-Specific Data from Paniculate Con-
    trol Technology Research Reports.
    PB93-131456/REB
    Emission Rates of Mercury from Latex Paints.
    PB93-1316S4/REB
    Evaluation of Nitrogen Oxide Emissions Data  from TVA
    Coal-Fired Boilers.
    PB93-138865/REB
    National Air Quality and Emissions Trends Report, 1991.
    PB93-143998/REB
    Characterization of PM-10 Emissions from Antiskid Mate-
    rials Applied to Ice- and Snow-Covered Roadways.
    PB93-150209/REB
EMISSION INVENTORIES
    Guidelines for Estimating and Applying  Rule Effective-
    ness for Ozone CO State Implementation Plan Base Year
    Inventories.
    PB93-131498/REB
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     al Residential, and Electric Utility Stationary Combustion

     PB93-135663/REB

     PBgaTisggs/RE^ and Emissions Trend3 ""P0"-1991-

 EMITEC CATALYSTS
     Evaluation of an Emitec Resistively Heated  Metal Mono-
     Wh Catalytic Converter on Two M100  Neat  Methanol-
     Fueled Vehicles.
     PB93-141059/REB
 ENTEROCOCCUS FAECIUM
     Comparative Resistance of 'Escherichia coli' and Entero-
     cocci to Chlorination.
     PB93-150126/REB
 ENVIRONMENT MANAGEMENT
     Pollution Prevention Opportunity Assessment and Imple-
     mentation Plan.  For Simpson  Tacoma  Kraft  Company
     Tacoma. Washington.
     PB93-145670/REB
 ENVIRONMENTAL CHEMICAL SUBSTITUTES
     Atmospheric Chemistry and Physical Fate of HCFCs and
     MFCs and Their Degradation Products.
     PB93-131449/REB
     Simulation of Nonazeotropic Refrigerant Mixtures for Use
     in a Dual-Circuit Refrigerator/Freezer with Countercurrent
     Heat Exchanges.
     PB93-131688/REB
     Advanced Insulations for Refrigerator/Freezers: The Po-
     tential for New Shell Design Incorporating Polymer Bar-
     rier Construction.
     PB93-146991/REB
 ENVIRONMENTAL EFFECTS
     Evaluating Materials for Healthy Buildings.
     PB93-131621/REB
 ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH
     Respiratory  Health Effects of Passive  Smoking:  Lung
     Cancer and Other Disorders.
     PB93-134419/REB
     Mutagenicity of Organic Emissions  from  Unvented Kero-
     sene Heaters in a Chamber Study.
     PB93-141489/REB
 ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT ASSESSMENTS
     Review of EPA's Environmental Monitoring and Assess-
     ment Program (EMAP). Interim Report.
     PB93-146348/REB
     Health Effects Assessment Summary Tables.
     PB93-921100/REB
 ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT STATEMENTS DRAFT
     Hazardous Air Pollutant Emissions from Process Units in
     the Synthetic Organic Chemical Manufacturing Industry:
     Background Information for Proposed Standards. Volume
     1A. National  Impacts Assessment.
     PB93-156552/REB
     Hazardous Air Pollutant Emissions from Process Units in
     the Synthetic Organic Chemical Manufacturing Industry:
     Background Information for Proposed Standards Volume
     1B. Control Technologies.
     PB93-156560/REB
     Hazardous Air Pollutant Emissions from Process Units in
    the Synthetic Organic Chemical Manufacturing Industry:
    Background Information for Proposed Standards. Volume
     1C. Model Emission Sources.
    PB93-156578/REB
 ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT
    Hazardous Waste Management.
    PB93-116135/REB
 ENVIRONMENTAL MONITORING
    Environmental Monitoring Methods  Index. Version  1.0
    Software. User's Manual.
    PB92-169648/REB
    Environmental  Monitoring  and  Assessment  Program,
    EMAP-Surface Waters: A Northeast Lakes Pilot
    PB93-135747/REB
    Proceedings of the Midwest Pollution Control Biologists
    Meeting, 1991. Environmental Indicators: Measurement
    and Assessment Endpoints. Held in Uncolnwood, Illinois
    on March 19-22, 1991.
    PB93-145712/REB
    Review of EPA's  Environmental Monitoring and Assess-
    ment Program (EMAP). Interim Report
    PB93-146348/REB
    Collection and Chemical Analysis of Lichens for Biomoni-
    toring.
    PB9S-149862/REB
ENVIRONMENTAL MONITORING AND ASSESSMENT

    Environmental Monitoring  and  Assessment  Program,
    EMAP-Surface Waters: A Northeast Lakes Pilot
    PB93-135747/REB
    Quality Assurance Project Plan: 1991 EMAP Wetlands
    Southeastern Pilot Study.
    PB93-141067/REB
    Review of EPA's Environmental Monitoring and Assess-
    ment Program (EMAP). Interim Report
    PB93-146348/REB
ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION
    Environmental Protection   Agency   Civil  Enforcement
    Docket.
    PB93-921700/REB
ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION
    Model Pollution Prevention Plan for the Kraft Segment of
    the Pulp and Paper Industry.
    PB93-145605/REB
                                                                     KEYWORD  INDEX
     Pollution Prevention for the Kraft Pulp and Paper Indus-
         l-145613/REB
     Pollution Prevention Opportunity Assessment Manufac-
     turing  and  Fabrication Repair Laboratory at Sandia Na-
     tional Laboratories.
     PB93-146868/REB
     Pollution Prevention Opportunity Assessment Geochem-
     istry Laboratory, Sandia National Laboratories.
     PB93-146900/REB
     EPA (Environmental Protection Agency) Publications Bib-
     liography, Quarterly Abstract Bulletin.
     PB93-904200/REB
 ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY
     Mentor-Protege Program.
     PB93-963251/REB
 ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY
     Chesapeake Bay Program Annual Progress Report, Wet-
     lands Workgroup, December 1991.
     PB93-136893/REB
 ENVIRONMENTAL SURVEYS
     Surfactants and Subsurface Remediation.
     PB93-149854/REB
     Proceedings of the Annual EPA  Conference on Analysis
     of Pollutants in the Environment (15th). Held in Norfolk,
     Virginia on May 6-7, 1992.
     PB93-152601/REB
     Organic  Contract  Compliance   Screening  System
     (OCCSS) Software (OLM01.8  Version 3) (for Microcom-
     puters).
     PB93-500270/REB
     Inorganic   Contract  Compliance  Screening  System
     (ICCSS) Software  (ILM02.1 Version  2) (for Microcomput-
     ers).
     PB93-500288/REB
 ENVIRONMENTAL TRANSPORT
     Behavior of Metals in Soils.
     PB93-131480/REB
     Methods for Assessing  Exposure  to Chemical  Sub-
     stances. Volume 11. Methodology for Estimating the Mi-
     gration of Additives and Impurities from Polymeric Materi-
     als.
     PB93-134096/REB
     ADL Migration Estimation Model (for Microcomputers)
     (Release Number 1).
     PB93-500684/REB
 EPA REGION 10
     dean Water Act (Section  319): An Evaluation of Program
     Implementation in Region  10.
     PB93-145654/REB
     Guidelines for Developing Risk-Based Cleanup Levels at
     RCRA Sites in Region 10.
     PB93-145662/REB
 EPIDIDYMIS
     Direct Effects of Ethane Dimethanesulphonate on  Epidi-
     dymal Function in Adult Rats. An In vitro Demonstration.
     PB93-141281/REB
 EPISODIC ACIDIFICATION
     Comparison of Episodic Acidification in Canada, Europe
     and the United States.
     PB93-135754/REB
 EROSION CONTROL
     Shoreline Erosion  Control Using Marsh Vegetation and
     Low-Cost Structures.
     PB93-142420/REB
 ERROR ANALYSIS
     Uncertainties in Countrywide Forest Biomass Estimates.
     PB93-149250/REB
 ESCHERICHIA COLI
    Comparative Resistance of 'Escherichia coli' and Entero-
    cocci to Chlorination.
    PB93-1S0126/REB
 ESTUARIES
    Strategic Assessment of Near Coastal Waters: Northeast
    Case Study.
    PB93-136521/REB
    Susceptibility of East Coast Estuaries to Nutrient Dis-
    charges: Albemarie/Pamlico Sound to Biscayne Bay.
    PB93-136901/REB
    Susceptibility of East Coast Estuaries to Nutrient Dis-
    charges: Passamequoddy Bay to Chesapeake Bay.
    PB93-136927/REB
    Shoreline Erosion Control Using  Marsh Vegetation and
    Low-Cost Structures.
    PB93-142420/REB
    Technical Guidance Manual for Performing Waste  Load
    Allocations. Book 3: Estuaries.  Part 4: Critical Review of
    Coastal Embayment and Estuarine Waste Load Alloca-
    tion Modeling.
    PB93-144202/REB
    Restoration  Potential of  Diked Estuarine Wetlands in
    Washington and Oregon. Phase 2: Identification of Candi-
    date Sites in Puget Sound.
    PB93-145597/REB
    Technical Guidance Manual for Performing Waste  Load
    Allocations.  Book  3: Estuaries. Part 3. Use of Mixing
    Zone Models in Estuarine Waste Load Allocations.
    PB93-145704/REB
ETHICS
    Who Will Speak for  Biodiversity.
    PB93-135762/REB
ETHYL ALCOHOL
    Subacute  Ethanol  Consumption  Reverses p-Xylene-ln-
    duced Decreases in Axonal Transport.
    PB93-141240/REB
                                                                                                                                       FOREIGN TECHNOLOGY
     Hepatotoxlc Interactions of Ethanol with Allyl Alcohol or
     Carbon Tetrachloride in Rats.
     PB93-141422/REB
 ETHYLENE
     RED Facts: Ethylene.
     PB93-100345/REB

 ETHYLNITROSOUREA
     Application of a Wheat Seedling Assay for Detecting An-
     euplotdy  Induced  by N-Ethyl-N-Nitrosourea and  4-Nitro-
     quinoline-1-O»de.
     PB93-141463/REB
 EVOKED POTENTIALS
     Olfactory Evoked  Responses to Odorous Stimuli of Dif-
     ferent Intensities.
     PB93-141315/REB

 EXHAUST EMISSIONS
     Photo-Oxidation of Automobile Emissions: Measurements
     of the Transformation Products and Their Mutagenic Ac-
     PB93-141273/REB
     Evaluation of Resistively Heated Fuel Injection Technolo-
     gy to Reduce Cold  Start Emissions and Assist Starting/
     Driveaway of a Methanol-Fueled Vehicle.
     PB93-144350/REB
     Conversion of  Methanol-Fueled  16-Valve,  4-Cylinder
     Engine to Operation on Gaseous 2H2/CO Fuel. Interim
     Report 4.
     PB93-144376/REB

 EXPERT SYSTEMS
     User's Guide to Flexible Membrane Liner Advisory Expert
     System: Rex Version 3.0.
     PB93-134872/REB
     Flexible Membrane Liner Advisory Expert System (FLEX)
     (for Microcomputers) (Version 3.0).
     PB93-502631/REB
 FARM CROPS
     Modification  of  Point  Counts  for  Surveying Cropland
     Birds.
     PB93-156040/REB
 FARM MANAGEMENT
     Cost Effective Corn and Soybean Production Without Till-
     age: Fact or Fiction (May 1988).
     PB93-157568/REB
 FARMS
     Evaluating Point Count versus Territory Mapping in Crop-
     land Birds.
     PB93-1S6057/REB
 FERTILIZERS
     Economic Analysis of the Phosphate Subcategory of the
     Fertilizer  Manufacturing Industry:  Louisiana Phosphoric
     Acid Plants.
     PB93-156495/REB
     Economic Analysis of the Phosphate Subcategory of the
     Fertilizer  Manufacturing  Industry:  Louisiana Phosphoric
     Acid Plants, July 1986.
     PB93-156503/REB
 FIRS
     Soil-Mediated Effects of Atmospheric Deposition on East-
     em U.S. Spruce-Fir Forests.
     PB93-141125/REB
     Characterization of Eastern U.S. Spruce-Fir Soils.
     PB93-141133/REB
 FISHES
     Molecular Regulation of the Induction of Cytochrome P-
    450E in the Estuarine Fish Fundulus Heteroclitus.
    AD-A258 623/8/REB
 FLEXIBLE MEMBRANE LINER ADVISORY EXPERT
 SYSTEM
    User's Guide to Flexible Membrane Liner Advisory Expert
    System: Flex Version 3.0.
    PB93-134872/REB
    Flexible Membrane Uner Advisory Expert System  (FLEX)
    (for Microcomputers) (Version 3.0).
    PB93-502631/REB

 FLUE GAS DESULFURIZATION
    Advacate-Low-Cost Process for SO2 Control.
    PB93-141117/REB
 FLUE GASES
    Innovative Sensing Techniques for Monitoring and Meas-
    uring Selected Dioxins,  Furans,  and  Polycyciic Aromatic
    Hydrocarbons in Stack Gas.
    PB93-131704/REB
FLY  ASH
    Advacate-Low-Cost Process for 302 Control.
    PB93-141117/REB
FOOD WEB
    Arctic Contaminants Research Program: Research Plan.
    PB93-135630/REB
FOREIGN TECHNOLOGY
    Radioecology  In Nordic  limnic systems - present  knowl-
    edge and future prospects.
    DE92643948/REB
    Bladder-wrack (Fucus vesiculosus L) as  an Indicator for
   radionuclides  in the  environment of Swedish  nuclear
   power plants.
    DE93603681/REB
    New technology for refrigeration and heating plants.
   OE93721673/REB
   Greenhouse gases. Emissions and  countermeasures in
   an international perspective.
   DE93721674/REB
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   notification of Point Counts tor  Surveying Cropland
   Birds.
   PB93-156040/REB
   Evaluating Point Count versus Territory Mapping in Crop-
   land Bids.
   PB93-156057/REB
FOREST LAND
   Some Emerging Issues in Watershed Management-Land-
   scape  Patterns,  Species  Conservation,  and Climate
   Change.
   PB93-131522/REB
   Effects of Repeated Ammonium SuKate Applications on
   Sol Leachate Chemistry on the Femow Experimental
   Forest in West Virginia. USA,
   PB93-135671 /REB                 :
   Uncertainties h Countrywide Forest Biomass Estimates.
   PB93-149250/REB
   Watershed Manipulation Project Field Implementation
   Plan for 1990-1992.
   PB93-14974B/REB
   Episode  Response  Project-Northern Appalachian  Pla-
   teau: Site Description and Methodology.
   PB93-149755/REB
FORESTRY
   Sol-Modeled Effects of Atmospheric Deposition on East-
   em U.S. Spruce-Fir Forests.
   PB93-14112S/REB
   Characterization of Eastern U.S. Spruce-Fir Sols.
   PB93-141133/REB
    Advanced Insulations for Refrigerator/Freezers: The Po-
    lentel tor New Shel Design Incorporating Polymer Bar-
    nor Oonslmction.
    PB93-146991/REB
FOCUS
    Bladder-wrack (Fucus vesicutoem L) as an todfcator for
    radkxwoide* in  the environment of Swedish  nuclear
                             id Fuel Injection Technoto-
            81/REB
FUEL INJECTION SYSTEMS
    EvduMtonofl
     110 Reduce Cold Start Emission* and Assist Starting/
    -*•«*«» of a Metham*Fueled Vehicle.
    PB93-1443SO/REB
FUMtOAMTS
    M*hyt»omide and Its Altematlvet u Fumlgantt, 1979-
    Itay 1892. OWtons  from AGRCOLA Concerning  Dis-
    eases and Other Environmental Considerations.
    PB93-14M12/REB
FUNDUUm HETEROCUTUS
    Molecular Regulation  of the  Induction of Cytochrome P-
    4506 to HMEMjtriM FWi FundukM HeterocKus.
    ADA258623/8/REB
    Pamogenlcgy of 'Saknonela putonmV in Northern Bob-
    wNMQuti and Malard Ducks.
    PB93-135739/REB
GAS ENGINES
    Conversion  of Methanol-Fueled  16-VaJve,  4-Cywxter
    Engjne to Operation on Gaseous 2H2/CO Fuel interim
    Report 4.
    PB83-144376/REB
GASTTJRBMES
    AnQfTHiivB Control TBCTVIIQUOS DocunwnL NOx Envs*
    sions from Stationary Gas Turbines.
    PB93-156586/REB
    Aottc Gases and Aerosols in the Eastern and Western
    United Slates.
    PB93-t31696/REB
GASOUNE SPttJLS
    LNAPL Distribution and Hydrocarbon Vapor Transport in
        *
    PB83-15
GENE EXPRESSION
    Improved Method for Screening cDNA Expression Ubrar-
    iea tor ONA-Bindra Proteins.
    PB83-141299/REB
GENCUBRARY
    Improved Method for Screening cDNA Expression Ubrar-
    ies tor DNA-BkioIng Proteins.
    PBB3-1412
QEOSYMTHETIC MATERIALS
    Opportunttea for the  Use of Gaosymhetics in  Waste
    Management FacWes.
    PB93-131670/REB
    Techniques  tor the Fabrication of Gsomembrane F9ed
    PB93-131878/REB
GEOTECHMCAL FABRICS
    T^Ja agues for the Ffltirirntfon of Gucmmiiumne FMed
    Seams.
    PB93-131878/REB
OLUTAMATE ANTAOOMSTS
    GUamata NeurotoxicHy in the Pevotoping Rat Cochlea is
    Antagonized by Kynurenfc Acid andIMK-801.
    PB93-T41349/REB
GUUTAMATES
    GUamate Neurotoxicity in the Developing Rat Cochlea is
    Antagonized byKynureric Acid and MK-ftl.
    PB93-141349/REB
GRANULAR ACTIVATED CARBON TREATMENT
    Application of Isotherms for Predictions of GAC Perform-
    ance: A Preliminary Analysis.
    PB93-131555/REB
    Design for Total Oganics Removal at Cincinnati.
    PB93-131563/REB
    Field Experiences VOC  and  Pesticide Removal Using
    GAC Suffolk County, New York.
    PB93-131571/REB
GREENHOUSE GASES
    Greenhouse gases.  Emissions and countermeasures in
    an international perspective.
    DE93721674/REB
GROUND WATER
    Exact Peak  Capturing  and Oscillation-Free Scheme to
    Solve Advection-Dispersion Transport Equations.
    PB93-131845/REB
    Innovative Treatment Technologies: Semi-Annual Status
    Report (Fourth Edttion).
    PB93-133387/REB
    Draft Ground-Water Disinfection Rule.
    PB93-134351/REB
    EPA's Ground  Water  and Drinking Water  Program:
    Making a Difference.
    PB93-136612/REB
    RCRA Ground-Water Monitoring: Draft Technical Guid-
    ance.
    PB93-139350/REB
    Biosorption of Dichkxo
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                                                                   KEYWORD  INDEX
                                                                                                                                            LAND POLLUTION
   Superfund Record of Decision (EPA Region 3): MW Man-
   ufacturing Site, Montour County, PA. (Subsequent Reme-
   dial Action), June 1992.
   PB93-963904/REB
   Supertund Record of  Decision (EPA Region 5): Grand
   Traverse Overall Supply Site, Greilickville, Ml. (First Re-
   medial Action), February 1992.
   PB93-964101/REB
   Superfund Record of Decision (EPA Region 5): Midco II,
   Gary, IN. (First Remedial Action),  (Amendment), April

   PB93-964102/REB
   Superfund Record  of Decision  (EPA Region 5): Twin
   Cities AF Reserve  (SAR Landfill), MN. (First Remedial
   Action), March 1992.
   PB93-964103/REB
   Superfund Record of Decision (EPA Region 5): Columbus
   Old  Municipal Landfill, Columbus,  IN. (First Remedial
   Action), March 1992.
   PB93-964104/REB
   Superfund Record of Decision (EPA Region 9): Westing-
   house Electric (Sunnyvale Plant), Sunnyvale, CA. (First
   Remedial Action), October 1991.
   PB93-964501/REB
HAZARDOUS WASTE SITES
   Synergistic and Antagonistic Effects on Genotoxkaty of
   Chemicals Commonly Found in Hazardous  Waste Sites.
   PB93-141257/REB
HEALTH HAZARDS
   Health Effects Assessment Summary Tables.
   PB93-921100/REB
HEAT PUMPS
   New technology for  refrigeration and heating plants.
   DE93721673/REB
HEXACHLOROBENZENE
   Biosorption of Dichlorodiphenyltrichloroethane and Hex-
   achkxobenzene in Groundwater and Its Implications for
   Facilitated Transport.
   PB93-141497/REB
HILLSBOROUGH TOWNSHIP (NEW JERSEY)
   Superfund at Work: Hazardous Waste Cleanup Efforts
   Nationwide,  Fall 1992. (Krysowaty  Farm. Hillsborough,
   New Jersey).
   PB92-963629/REB
HOTLINE REPORTS
   Index to the Monthly Hotline  Report Questions (June
   1982 to December 1991).
   PB92-131374/REB
HOUSES
   Household Exposures to  Benzene from Showering with
   Gasoline-Contaminated Ground Water.
   PB93-131530/REB
HRD FLAME REACTOR
   Horaehead Resource Development Company, Inc., Flame
   Reactor Technology. Technology Demonstration Summa-

   PB93-145639/REB
HYDROCARBONS
   Experimental  Examination of Integrated Soil Vapor Ex-
   traction Techniques.
   PB93-131738/REB
   LNAPL Distribution  and Hydrocarbon Vapor Transport in
   the Capillary Fringe.
   PB93-157550/REB
HYDROCHLOROFLUOROCARBONS
   Atmospheric Chemistry and Physical Fate  of HCFCs and
   MFCs and Their Degradation Products.
   PB93-131449/REB
HYDROCORTtSONE
   Mechanisms of TCDD-lnduction of Cleft Palate: Insights
   from In vivo and In vitro Approaches.
   PB93-141414/REB
HYDROFLUOROCARBONS
   Atmospheric Chemistry and Physical Fate  of HCFCs and
   MFCs and Their Degradation Products.
   PB93-131449/REB
HYDROGEN CHLORIDE
   Reaction Kinetics of Ca-Based Sorbents with HC1.
   PB93-131860/REB
HYDROGEN IONS
   Kinetics of Chemical Weathering in B Horizon Spodosol
   Fraction.
   PB93-141539/REB
HYDROXYL RADICALS
   Rapid Measurement of Aqueous Hydroxyt Radical Con-
   centrations in Steady-State HO Flux Systems.
   PB93-131779/REB
   Determination of Rates of Reaction in the Gas-Phase in
   the Troposphere. Theory and Practice. 5. Rate of Indirect
   Photoreaction.
    PB93-149334/REB
HYPOXANTHINE PHOSPHORIBOSYLTRANSFERASE
   V(D)J Recombinase-Mectoted Deletion of the 'hprf Gene
   in T-Lymphocytes from Adult Humans.
    PB93-141216/REB
    Large Deletions are Tolerated at the 'hprt' Locus of In
   vivo Derived Human T-Lymphocytes.
    PB93-141224/REB
   Analysts of X-ray-Induced HPRT Mutations in CHO Cells:
    Insertion and Deletions.
    PB93-141364/REB
ILLINOIS
    Illinois Water Quality Management Ran.
    PB93-138451/REB
IMMUNOSUPPRESSION
    Correlation between Chemical Suppression of Natural
    Killer Cell Activity in Mice and Susceptibility to Cytomega-
    lovirus: Rationale for Applying Murine Cytomegalovirus as
    a Host Resistance Model and for Interpreting Tmmunotox-
    fcity Testing in Terms of Risk of Disease.
    PB93-141430/REB
IMMUNOSUPPRESSIVE AGENTS
    Correlation between Chemical Suppression of Natural
    Killer Cell Activity in Mice and Susceptibility to Cytomega-
    lovirus: Rationale for Applying Murine Cytomegalovirus as
    a Host Resistance Model and for Interpreting immunotox-
    icity Testing in Terms of Risk of Disease.
    PB93-141430/REB
IMPURITY
    Methods  for Assessing  Exposure to Chemical Sub-
    stances. Volume 11. Methodology for Estimating the Mi-
    gration of Additives and Impurities from Polymeric Materi-
    als.
    PB93-134096/REB
m-srru PROCESSING
    In-situ Bioremediation of Ground Water.
    PB93-146850/REB
INCINERATION
    Evaluation of POHC and PIC Screening Methods.
    PB93-144137/REB
INCINERATION RESEARCH FACILITY
    Pilot-Scale Incineration of Contaminated  Sludges from
    the Bofors-Nobel Superfund Site.
    PB93-141034/REB
INCINERATORS
    Applications of Pulse Combustion in Industrial and Incin-
    eration Processes.
    PB93-131639/REB
    Pilot-Scale Incineration of Contaminated  Sludges from
    the Bofors-Nobel Superfund Site.
    PB93-141034/REB
    Pilot-Scale Evteuation of an Incinerability Ranking System
    for Hazardous Organic Compounds.
    PB93-15011B/REB
INDEXES (DOCUMENTATION)
    Index to the Monthly Hotline Report Questions (June
    1982 to December 1991).
    P892-131374/REB
    Environmental  Monitoring  Methods Index. Version  1.0
    Software. User's Manual.
    PB92-169648/REB
INDIANA
    Development of Index of Biotic Integrity Expectations for
    the Ecoregions of Indiana, f. Central Com Ball Rain.
    PB93-149383/REB
INDOOR AIR POLLUTION
    Household Exposures to  Benzene from Showering  with
    Gasoline-Contaminated Ground Water.
    PB93-131530/REB
    Characterization of Environmental Chambers for Evaluat-
    PB93-131597/REB
    Evaluating Materials for Healthy Buildings.
    PB93-131621/REB
    Emission Rates of Mercury from Latex Paints.
    PB93-131654/REB
    ADL Migration Estimation  Model  (for  Microcomputers)
    (Release Number 1).
    PB93-500684/REB
INDUSTRIAL PLANTS
    Applications of Pulse Combustion in Industrial and Incin-
    eration Processes.
    PB93-131639/REB
    Economic Analysis of the Phosphate Subcategory of the
    Fertilizer  Manufacturing Industry:  Louisiana  Phosphoric
    Acid Plants.
    PB93-1S649S/REB
    Economic Analysis of the Phosphate Subcategory of the
    Fertilizer  Manufacturing Industry:  Louisiana  Phosphoric
    Acid Plants, July  1986.
    PB93-156S03/REB
INDUSTRIAL WASTE
    Industrial Source  Complex Short Term  (ISCST)  (for
    Microcomputers).
    PB93-500221/REB
INDUSTRIAL WASTE TREATMENT
    Superfund Record of Decision (EPA Region 3):  Raymark
    Site, Operable Unit 1, Montgomery County, PA. (First Re-
    medial Action), December 1991.
    PB93-963902/REB
INFORMATION MANAGEMENT
    Index  to the Monthly  Hotline Report  Questions (June
    1982 to December 1991).
    PB92-131374/REB
INFORMATION RETRIEVAL
    Environmental Monitoring  Methods  Index. Version 1.0
    Software. User's  Manual.
    PB92-169648/REB
INJECTION WELLS
    Technical Assistance Document Corrosion, Its Detection
    and Control in Injection Wells.
    PB93-115897/REB
INNOVATIVE TREATMENT TECHNOLOGIES
    Synopses of Federal Demonstrations of Innovative Site
    Remediation Technologies.
    PB93-144111/REB
    Control Technology: 1992 Update of U.S. EPA's Super-
    fund Innovative Technology Evaluation (SITE) Emerging
    Technology Program.
    PB93-150159/REB
INORGANIC COMPOUNDS
    Inorganic  Contract   Compliance   Screening  System
    (ICCSS) Software (ILM02.1 Version 2) (for Microcomput-
    ers).
    PB93-500288/REB
INORGANIC CONTRACT COMPLIANCE SCREENING
SYSTEM
    Inorganic  Contract   Compliance   Screening  System
    (ICCSS) Software (ILM02.1 Version 2) (for Microcomput-
    ers).
    PB93-500288/REB
INORGANIC NITRATES
    Role of Nitrate in the Acidification of Streams in the Cats-
    kill Mountains of New York.
    PB93-150167/REB
INSECTICIDES
    Development of Genetically Enhanced Baculovirus Pesti-
    cides (Chapter 5).
    PB93-149235/REB
INSPECTION
    Techniques for the Fabrication of Geomembrane Filled
    Seams.
    PB93-131878/REB
INSULATION
    Advanced Insulations for Refrigerator/Freezers:  The Po-
    tential for New Shell Design Incorporating Polymer Bar-
    rier Construction.
    PB93-146991/REB
INTEGRATED LAKE WATERSHED ACIDIFICATION STUDY
MODEL
    Recovery of the Highly Acidified Clearwater Lake Water-
    shed,  Ontario,  Canada,  Simulated  with the IL WAS
    Model.
    PB93-141547/REB
IRRIGATION
    PR Notice 87-1. Notice to Manufacturers, Formulators,
    Producers and Registrants of Pesticide Products.
    PB93-141687/REB
ISOTHERMS
    Application of Isotherms for Predictions of GAC Perform-
    ance: A Preliminary Analysis.
    PB93-131S55/REB
KINETICS
    Kinetics of Chemical Weathering in  B Horizon Spodosol
    Fraction.
    PB93-141539/REB
KRAFT PAPER
    Model Pollution Prevention Plan for the Kraft Segment of
    the Pulp and Paper Industry.
    PB93-145605/REB
    Pollution Prevention for the Kraft Pulp and Paper Indus-

    PB93-145613/REB
KYNURENIC ACID
    Glutamate Neurotoxteity in the Developing Rat Cochlea is
    Antagonized by Kynurenic Acid and MK-801.
    PB93-141349/REB
LABELS
    PR Notice 87-1. Notice to Manufacturers, Formulators,
    Producers and Registrants of Pesticide Products.
    PB93-141687/REB
    PR Notice 87-4. Notice to  Manufacturers,  Formulators
    and Registrants of Pesticides.
    PB93-141695/REB
LABORATORIES
    Manual for  the Certification  of Laboratories Analyzing
    Drinking Water. Criteria and  Procedures Quality Assur-
    ance (third Edition).
    PB93-145688/REB
LABORATORY ANIMAL SCIENCE
    Behavioral Development Following  Daily Episodes of
    Mother-Infant Separation in the Rat
    PB93-141406/REB
LAKE ERIE CONSERVATION TILLAGE DEMONSTRATION
PROJECT
    Cost  Effective Com and Soybean Production Without Till-
    age: Fact or Fiction (May 1988).
    PB93-157568/REB
LAKES
    Water Temperature Characteristics of Lakes Subjected to
    Climate Change.
    PB93-135648/REB
    Organic Acidity  in Maine (U.S.A.) Lakes and in HUMEX
    Lake Skjervatjem (Norway).
    PB93-141166/REB
LAND COVERINGS
    Opportunities for the  Use of Geosynthetics in Waste
    Management Facilities.
    PB93-131670/REB
LAND POLLUTION
    Column Vapor Extraction Experiments on Gasoline Con-
    taminated Soil.
    PB93-131514/REB
    Air-Drying and Pretreatment Effects  on Soil Sulfate Sorp-
    tion.
    PB93-141554/REB
    Basic Concepts of Contaminant Sorption.
    PB93-146835/REB
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                                                                    KEYWORD  INDEX
 LAND POLLUTION CONTROL
    Experimental Examination of Integrated Soil Vapor Ex-
    traction Techniques.
    PB93-131738/REB
    Technologies and Options for UST Corrective  Actions:
    Overview of Current Practice.
    PB93-145589/REB
    Extraction and Recovery of Lead Species from Sol.
    PB93-150142/REB            ~t-~->

 LANDSCAPING
    Some Emerging Issues in Watershed Management-Land-
    scape  Patterns,  Species  Conservation,  and  Climate
    Change.
    PB93-131522/REB
 LARVKIOES                          :
    PR Notice 87-4.  Notice to  Manufacturers, Forrnulators
    and Registrants of Pesticides.
    PB93-141695/REB
 LASER INDUCED REACTIONS
    SnE-Emerging Technologies: Laser Induced Photochem-
    ical Ondatve Destruction of Toxic Organics in Leachates
    and Groundwaters.
    P893-131431 /REB
 LATEX
    Emission Rates of Mercury from Latex Paints.
    PB93-131654/REB
 LAW ENFORCEMENT
    Environmental  Protection  Agency  Civi  Enforcement
    Docket
    PB93-921700/REB
 LEACHATE
    Effects of Repeated Ammonium Sutfate Applications on
    Sol Leachate Chemistry  on the Femow Experimental
    Forest in WestVrania. USA
    PB93-13S671/REB
 LEACHMQ
    Evaluation of Source Term Initial Commons for Modeling
    Leachate Migration from Landfills.
    PB93-131464/REB
 LEAD WOMAMC COMPOUNDS
    Extraction and Recovery of Lead Species from Sol.
    PB83-150142/REB            -v~—
 LEAD (METAL)
    Extraction and Recovery of Lead Species from Soil.
    P893-150142/REB
 LEAD MOUNTAIN
    Watershed Manipulation Project  Field Implementation
    Plan tor 1990-1992.
    PB93-149748/REB
 LICHENS
    CoBection jnd Chemcal Analysts of Lichens for Biomoni-
    Technical Guidance Manual for Performing Waste Load
    Allocations. Book 3: Estuaries. Part 3.  Use of Mixing
        M49B62/REB
UFE-CYCLE ASSESSMENT
    Life-Cycle Assessment  Inventory Guidelines and Princt-

    PB93-13968UREB
UNMGS
    OpportunMes for  the Use of Geosymhettcs in  Waste
    Management FacMes.
    PB93-131670/REB
    User's Guide to FlexUe Membrane Liner Advisory Expert
    System: Hex Version 3.0.
    PB93-134872/REB
    ConsfcucSon, Monitoring, and Performance of Two So*
    Liners. Project Summary.
    PB93-157923/REB
    Ftadbte Membrane Liner Advisory Expert System (FLEX)
    (tor MtaocoiiyutBis) (Version 3.0).
    PB93-502631/REB
LITTLE ROCK LAKE
    Recent SuNur Enrichment in the Sedmnts of Uttte Rock
    Lake, Wisconsin.
    PB93-13S721/REB
LIVESTOCK
    Enact* of Livestock Wastes on SmaB IHnois Streams:
    Lowar KatkaaUa River  Basin and Upper Uttte Wabash
    HKnr Satins, Summer 1991.
    PB93-144277/REB
    Inventory of Methane loim from the Natural Gas  In-

    PB93-131720/REB
    n»*pUlui> Health Effect* of Passive  Smoking: Lung
    Cancer and Other Disorders.
    PB93-134419/REB
MAGNETIC FKLDS
    Review of the Ltorature on  Potential Reproductive and
    Developmental Toxicrty of Electric and Magnetic Fields.
    PB93-141307/REB                ^
        rdRa
                                iManuaL
    PB82-863377SREB
    Technical Guktance Manual for Performing Waste Load
    AtocsSons. Book 3: Estuaries.  Part 4: Critical Review of
    Coastal Embayment and Estuarine Waste Load Atoca-
    SonMode&v
    PB93-144202/REB
    Manual tor the Certification of Laboratories  Analyzing
    Drinking Water. Crtm and Procedures  dually Assur-
    ance (Third Ettton).
    PB93-14S688/REB
 MANURES
    Effects of Livestock Wastes on Small  Illinois Streams:
    Lower Kaskaskia  River Basin and Upper Lit*) Wabash
    River Basins, Summer 1991.
    PB93-144277/REB
 MAPPING
    Evaluating Point Count versus Territory Mapping in Crop-
    land Birds.
    PB93-156057/REB
 MARINE ANIMALS
    Comparison of the Effects  of DrWng Fluid on Macro-
    bentMc  Invertebrates  Associated with the  Sea;
    Thalassia testudinum', in the Laboratory and Reid.
    PB93-131837/REB
 MATERNAL DEPRIVATION
    Behavioral Development  Following  Dairy Episodes of
    Mother-Infant Separation in the Rat
    PB93-141406/REB
 MATHEMATICAL MODELS
    Superfund Accelerated Cleanup Model (SACM). Volume
    1. Number 4, November 1992.
    P892-963287/REB
    Evaluation of Source Term Initial Conditions for Modeling
    Leachate Migration from LandfiBs.
    PB93-131464/REB
    Simulation of Raw Water and Treatment Parameters in
    Support   of the  Disinfection  By-Products  Regulatory
    Impact Analysis.
    PB93-134401/REB
    Subjertrtfe-ProbabiMy-Based  Scenarios  for  Uncertain
    Input Parameters: Stratospheric  Ozone Depletion,  De-
    cember 1990.                        ^^
    PB93-143741/REB
    Technical Guidance Manual for Perfoiminu Waste Load
    Allocations. Book 3: Estuaries. Part 4: Critical  Review of
    Coastal Embayment and Estuarine Waste Load Alloca-
    tion Modeling.
    PB93-144202/REB
    Technical Guidance Manual for Performing Waste Load
    Allocations. Book 3:  Estuaries. Part  3. Use  of  Mixing
    Zone Models in Estuarine Waste Load Allocations.
    PB93-14S704/REB
    Methods  for  Analyzing  Extreme  Events Under Climate
    Change.
    PB93-146827/REB
 MCtHTOSH (ALABAMA)
    Superfund at Work:  Hazardous Waste Cleanup Efforts
    Nationwide, Fat 1992. (Cfca-Geigy  Corporation,  Mdn-
    tosh, Alabama).
    PB92-963630/REB
 MEASUREMENT
    Method S24. Measurement of Puraeabte Organic Com-
    	Ji in Drinking Water by Gas Chromatography/Mass

        M57931/REB
 MEETINGS
    Radoecology in NonSc bmnic systems - present knowl-
    edge and  future prospects.
    DE92643948/REB
    Proceedings of the 1989 Midwest Pollution Control Biolo-
    gists Meeting. Held in Chicago, Ittnots on February  14-17.
    1989.
    PB93-143691 /REB
    Proceedings of the National Workshop on Biological Cri-
    teria (1st). Held in Uncolnwood, Mnois on December 2-4,
    1967.
    PB93-143717/REB
    ProceerJngs of the  National Conference (3rd):  Water
    Quality Standards for  the 21st  Century.  Held in  Las
    Vegas, Nevada on August 31-September 3.1992.
    PB93-144210/REB
    Proceedras of  the Midwest Position Control  Biologists
    Meeting.  1991.  Environmental  Indicators: Measurement
    and Assessment EndpoMs. Held in Lincolnwood,  Illinois
    on March  19-22.1991.
    PB93-145712/REB
    Report of the NeurotoxicttyRisk Assessment Guidelines
    Peer Review Workshop. Hold in Wasfwigton, DC. on
    June 2-3,1992.
    PB93-146918/REB
    Highlghts of the EPA Innovative Regulatory  Strategies
    Workshop: Market-Based Incentives  and ofterjnnova-
    tjons for Air Pollution ControL Summary of Workshop  Dis-
    cussion Sessions.  Held In Washington. DC. on January
    15-17.1992.
    PB93-150290/REB
    Proceedings of the Annual EPA Conference on Analysis
    of Pollutants in  the Environment (15th). Held in Norfolk.
    Virginia on May 6-7,1992.
    PB93-1S2601/REB
    Proceedhgs: Tiered Testing Issues for Freshwater  and
    Marine Sednwnts. Held in Washington. DC. on Septem-
    ber 16-18,1992.
    PB93-152619/REB
    User's Guide to FtexMe Membrane Uner Advisory Expert
    System: Flex Version 3.0.
    PB93-134872/REB
    Ftextte Membrane Liner Advisory Expert System (FLEX)
    (for Microcomputers) (Version 3.0).
    PB93-502631/REB
MERCURY (METAL)
    Emission Rates of Mercury from Latex Paints.
    PB93-131654/REB
 METAL FINISHING
    Economic Impacts of RCRA Regulations on the Rating
    and Polishing Industry.
    PB93-158988/REB

 METAL WORKING
    Cost Effectiveness Analysis of Effluent Guidelines and
    Standards for the Aluminum Forming Category.
    PB93-156107/REB

 METALS
    Behavior of Metals in Soils.
    PB93-131480/REB

 METHANE
    Inventory of Methane Losses from the Natural Gas In-
    dustry.
    PB93-131720/REB

 METHANOL
    Evaluation of an Emitec Resistivety Heated Metal Mono-
    lith Catalytic  Converter on Two M100 Neat Methanol-
    Fueled Vehicles.
    PB93-141059/REB

 METHANOL FUELS
    Evaluation of Resistivery Heated Fuel Injection Technolo-
    gy to Reduce  Cold Start Emissions and Assist Starting/
    Driveaway of a Methanol-Fueled Vehicle.
    PB93-144350/REB
    Conversion  of  Methanol-Fueled  16-Valve,  4-Cylinder
    Engine to Operation on Gaseous 2H2/CO Fuel. Interim
    Report 4.
    PB93-144376/REB

 METHYL BROMIDE
    Methylbromide and Its Alternatives as Fumigants, 1979-
    May 1992. Citations from AGRICOLA Concerning  Dis-
    eases and Other Environmental Considerations.
    PB93-149912/REB

 METHYLENEDIOXYMETHAMPHETAMINE
    Attenuation of Alcohol Consumption by MDMA (Ecstasy)
    in Two Strains of Alcohol-Preferring Rats.
    PB93-141232/REB

 MICROBIAL DEGRADATION
    Use of Microbial Risk Assessment in Setting U.S. Drink-
    ing Water Standards.
    PB93-134930/REB

 MICRONUCLEUS TESTS
    Application of the Tradescantia micronucteus1 Assay for
    the Genetic Evaluation of Chemical Mixtures in Soil and
    Aqueous Media.
    PB93-141380/REB
    Mcronudei and Other  Nuclear Anomalies  in  Buccal
    Smears: A Field Test in Snuff Users.
    PB93-141448/REB
    Mcronudei and Other  Nuclear Anomalies  in  Buccal
    Smears: Methods Development
    PB93-141455/REB

 MICROORGANISMS
    Characterization of Environmental Chambers for Evaluat-
    ing Microbial Growth on Building Materials.
    PB93-131597/REB

 MINERALS
    Transformation of Carbon TetractHoride in the Presence
    of Suffide, BioWe, and Vermiculite.
    PB93-135713/REB
    Mineral  Dissolution Rates: A Comparison of  Laboratory
    and Field Studies.
    PB93-141182/REB

 MIXING ZONES
    Technical Guidance Manual for Performing Waste Load
    Allocations. Book 3: Estuaries. Part 3. Use of Mixing
    Zone Models in Estuarine Waste Load Allocations.
    PB93-145704/REB

MODELS-SIMULATION
    Industrial Source Complex  Short  Term (ISCST)  (for
    Microcomputers).
    PB93-500221/REB

MOLECULAR CLONING
    PCR Primers Specific for Detection of  a Rat Repetitive
    Sequence.
    PB93-141398/REB

MONITORING
    Status Report on Analytical Methods to Support the  Dis-
    infectant/Disinfection By-Products Regulation.
    PB93-134B98/REB

MONOCLONAL ANTIBODIES
    Paraoxon Toxicfty Is Not  Potentiated by Prior Reduction
    in Blood Acetytehoynesterase.
    PB93-141265/REB

MOTOR VEHICLE ENGINES
    Evaluation of Resistivery Heated Fuel Injection Technolo-
    gy to Reduce Cold Start  Emissions and Assist Starting/
    Driveaway of a Methanol-Fueled Vehicle.
    PB93-144350/REB
    Conversion of Methanol-Fueled  16-Valve,  4-Cylinder
    Engine to Operation on Gaseous 2H2/CO Fuel.  Interim
    Report 4.
    PB93-144376/REB

MOTOR VEHICLES
    Evaluation of an Emitec Resistive* Heated Metal Mono-
    lith Catalytic Converter on Two M100 Neat Methanol-
    Fueled Vehicles.
    PB93-141059/REB
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                                                                     KEYWORD  INDEX

                                                                                              ORGANIC CONTRACT COMPLIANCE SCREENING SYSTEM
MOUTH
    Mfcronudei and Other  Nuclear  Anomalies  in  Buccal
    Smears: A ReW Test in Snuff Users.
    PB93-141448/REB
    Micronuclei and Other  Nuclear  Anomalies  in  Buccal
    Smears: Methods Development
    PB93-141455/REB
MUNICIPAL WASTES
    Dewtog£ertofGood Combustion Practice for Municipal

    PB93-131613/REB
    Opportunities for the  Use  of Geosynthetics  in Waste
    Management Facilities.
    PB93-131670/REB
MUNICIPALITIES
    Quality Assurance Plan for 1991  Pitot Study of the Eco-
    logical  Condition of Municipal Wastewater Constructed
    Wetland Treatment Systems.
    PB93-134674/REB
    Quality Assurance Field Operations Report for the Pitot
    Study Evaluating the Habitat Value of Wetland Treatment
    Systems.
    PB93-134682/REB
    Municipal Water  Pollution Prevention Bibliography: 1992,
    the Year of dean Water. Celebration and Commitment
    PB93-141083/REB
MUTAGENESIS
    V(D)J Recombinase-MedBted Deletion of the 'hprt1 Gene
    m T-Lymphocytes from Adult Humans.
    P893-141216/REB
    Large Deletions are Tolerated at me •hprT Locus of In
    vwo Derived Human T-Lymphocytes.
    PB93-141224/REB
    Analysis of X-ray-Induced HPRT Mutations in CHO Cells:
    Insertion and Deletions.
    PB93-141364/REB
MUTAQENICITY TESTS
    In vitro Mammalian Mutagenesis as a Model for Genetic
    Lesions in Human Cancer.
    PB93-141471/REB
MUTAGENS
    Generation of Mutagenfe Transformation Products during
    ttie Irradiation of Simulated Urban Atmospheres.
    PB93-141208/REB
    Synergistjc and Antagonistic Effects on Genotoxicity of
    Chemicals Commonly Found in Hazardous Waste Sites.
    PB93-141257/REB
    Photo-Oxidation of Automobile  Emissions: Measurements
    of the Transformation Products and Their Mutagenic Ac-
    tivity.
    PB93-141273/REB
    Effect of a Base-Catalyzed Dechkxination Process on the
    Genotoxicity of PCB-Contaminated Soil.
    PB93-141323/REB
    Application of the Tradescantia mteronudeus'  Assay for
    the Genetic Evaluation of Chemical Mixtures in Soil and
    Aqueous Media.
    PB93-141380/REB
    Mutagertcity of Organic Emissions from Unvented Kero-
    sene Heaters in a Chamber Study.
    PB93-141489/REB
NATIONAL EMISSIONS STANDARDS FOR HAZARDOUS
AIR POLLUTANTS
    Regulatory Impact  Analysis for the National  Emissions
    Standards for Hazardous Air Pollutants for Source Cate-
    gories:  Organic  Hazardous  Air Pollutants from the Syn-
    thetic Organic  Chemical   Manufacturing  Industry  and
    Seven Other Processes.
    PB93-143972/REB
NATIONAL PARKS
    Annual  Report of National Park Marine Debris Monitoring
    Program: 1991 Marine Debris Surveys with Summary of
    Data from 1988 to 1991.
    PB93-132587/REB
NATURAL GAS
    Inventory of Methane Losses  from the  Natural Gas In-
    dustry.
    PB93-131720/REB
    Conversion  of  Mathanol-Fueted  16-Valve,  4-Cylinder
    Engine  to Operation on Gaseous 2H2/CO Fuel  Interim
    Report 4.
    PB93-144376/REB
NATURAL KILLER CELLS
    Correlation between Chemical Suppression of Natural
    Killer Ceo Activity in Mice and Susceptibility to Cytomega-
    knrirus:  Rationale for Applying Murine Cytomegalovirus as
    a Host Resistance Model and for Interpreting Tmmunotox-
    itity Testing in Terms of Risk of Disease.
    PB93-141430/REB
NATURAL RESOURCES MANAGEMENT
    Chesapeake Bay Program Annual Progress Report, Wet-
    lands Workgroup, December 1991.
    PB93-136893/REB
NERVOUS SYSTEM
    Subacute Ethanol Consumption  Reverses p-Xytene-ln-
    duced Decreases in Axonal Transport
    PB93-141240/REB
    Glutamate Neurotoxicity in the Developing Rat Cochlea is
    Antagonized by Kynurenic Acid  and MK-801.
    PB93-141349/REB
    Report of the Neurotoxicity Risk Assessment Guidelines
    Peer  Review Workshop.  Held in Washington, DC.  on
    June  2-3,1992.
    PB93-14691B/REB
 NEUROTOXICITY
    Report of the Neurotoxicity Risk Assessment Guidelines
    Peer Review  Workshop.  Held  in Washington,  DC. on
    June 2-3, 1992.
    PB93-146918/REB
 NITROGEN
    Biological Sinks for  Nitrogen  Additions  to  a  Forested
    Catchment
    PB93-141174/REB
 NITROGEN ORGANIC COMPOUNDS
    Quantification  of Nitro- and Hydroxylated  Nitro-Aromatic/
    Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons in Selected Ambient
    Air Daytime Winter Samples.
    PB93-141190/REB
 NITROGEN OXIDES
    Rebum Technology for Boiler NOx Control.
    PB93-131589/REB
    Evaluation of  Nitrogen Oxide  Emissions Data from TVA
    Coal-Fired Boilers.
    PB93-138865/REB
    Evaluation and Costing of NOx Controls for Existing Utili-
    ty Boilers in the NESCAUM Region.
    PB93-142016/REB
    Alternative Control Techniques  Document  NOx  Emis-
    sions from Stationary Gas Turbines.
    PB93-156586/REB
 NONAZEOTROPIC REFRIGERANT MIXTURES
    Simulation of Nonazeotropic Refrigerant Mixtures for Use
    in a Dual-Circuit Refrigerator/Freezer with Countercurrent
    Heat Exchanges.
    PB93-131688/REB
 NONPOINT SOURCES
    Clean Water Act (Section 319): An Evaluation of Program
    Implementation in Region 10.
    PB93-145654/REB
 NORTH AMERICA
    Trace Organic Contaminants in Anthropogentcally  Acidi-
    fied Surface Waters.
    PB93-135689/REB
 NORTHEAST REGION (UNITED STATES)
    Strategic Assessment of Near Coastal Waters: Northeast
    Case Study.
    PB93-136521/REB
    Susceptibility  of  East Coast Estuaries to Nutrient Dis-
    charges: Passamaquoddy Bay to Chesapeake Bay.
    PB93-136927/REB              -~r—
 NOTIFICATION PROCEDURES
    PR  Notice 86-1. Notice  to Manufacturers, Formulators,
    Producers and Registrants of Pesticides.
    PB93-144012/REB
    PR  Notice 86-2. Notice  to Manufacturers. Formulators,
    Producers and Registrants of Pesticides.
    PB93-144020/REB
    PR  Notice 86-3. Notice  to Producers. Registrants, and
    Formulators.
    PB93-144038/REB
    PR Notice 86-4. Notice to Registrants of Pesticides, and
    Applicants for Pesticide Registration.
    PB93-144046/REB
    PR Notice 86-5. Notice to Producers,  Formulators, Dis-
    tributors and Registrants.
    PB93-144053/REB
    PR Notice 87-2.  Notice to Procedures, Registrants, and
    Formulators.
    PB93-144061/REB
    PR Notice 87-3. Notice  to Manufacturers, Formulators,
    Distributors and Registrants of Pesticide Products.
    PB93-144079/REB
    PR Notice 87-6. Notice  to Manufacturers. Formulators,
    Procedures, and Registrants of Pesticide Products.
    PB93-144095/REB
    PR Notice 87-7. Notice to Producers, Formulators and
    Registrants of  Pesticides.
    PB93-146108/REB
 NUCLEAR POWER PLANTS
    Bladder-wrack (Fucus vesKxrlosus L) as an indicator for
    radnnudides   in  the  environment of  Swedish  nuclear
    power plants.
    DE93603681/REB
 NUCLEIC ACID REPETITIVE  SEQUENCES
    PCR  Primers  Specific for  Detection of a Rat Repetitive
    Sequence.
    PB93-141398/REB
 NUTRIENTS
    Susceptibility  of  East Coast Estuaries to Nutrient Dis-
    charges: Albemarte/Pamlteo Sound to Biscayne Bay.
    PB93-136901/REB
    Susceptibility  of  East Coast Estuaries to Nutrient Dis-
    charges: Passamaquoddy Bay to Chesapeake Bay.
    PB93-136927/REB
OCEAN WASTE DISPOSAL
    Annual Report of National Park Marine Debris Monitoring
    Program: 1991 Marine Debris Surveys with Summary of
    Data from 1988 to 1991.
    PB93-132587/REB
OFFICE OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
    Publications Office of Science and Technology: Catalog.
    PB93-152S77/REB
OFFICE OF SOLID WASTE AND EMERGENCY RESPONSE
    Hazard Ranking System Guidance Manual.
    PB92-963377/REB
    OSWER Source Book. Volume 1. Training and Technolo-
    gy Transfer Resources, 1992-1993.
    PB93-143980/REB
    OSWER Source Book. Volume 2. Training and Technolo-
    gy Transfer Resources, 1992-1993.
    PB93-144129/REB
    Guidance on Implementation  of the Superfund Acceler-
    ated Cleanup Model (SACM) under  CERCLA and the
    NCP.
    PB93-963252/REB
    Exercising Flexibility through the Superfund Accelerated
    Cleanup Model (SACM).
    PB93-963253/REB
    Superfund Progress. Aficionado's Version. Progress as of
    September 30, 1992.
    PB93-963255/REB

OFFSHORE DRILLING
    Comparison of  the  Effects of Drilling Fluid on Macro-
    benthic  Invertebrates  Associated  with the  Seagrass,
    Thalassia testudinum', in the Laboratory and Reid.
    PB93-131837/REB

OHIO RIVER
    Design for Total Organics Removal at Cincinnati.
    PB93-131563/REB

OIL SPILLS
    Superfund at Work: Hazardous Waste Cleanup Efforts
    Nationwide, Fall 1992.  (Wide Beach Section of Brant,
    New York).
    PB92-963628/REB
    Experimental Examination  of  Integrated Soil Vapor Ex-
    traction Techniques.
    PB93-131738/REB
    Applied Geologic, Microbiological, and Engineering Con-
    straints of In-situ BTEX Bioremediation.
    PB93-141513/REB

ONTARIO
    Modification of Point  Counts for  Surveying Cropland
    Birds.
    PB93-156040/REB

OPEN PATH MONITORS
    Air/Superfund National Technical Guidance Study Series:
    Applicability of Open Path Monitors for Superfund.
    PB93-138154/REB

OPTICAL MEASURING INSTRUMENTS
    Innovative Sensing Techniques for Monitoring and Meas-
    uring Selected Dioxins,  Furans,  and Polycyclic Aromatic
    Hydrocarbons in Stack Gas.
    PB93-131704/REB

ORGANIC ACIDS
    Organic Acidity  in Maine (U.S.A.) Lakes and in HUMEX
    Lake Skjervatjem (Norway).
    PB93-141166/REB
    Chemistry of Dissolved Organic Carbon  and Organic
    Acids in Two Streams Draining Forested Watersheds.
    PB93-141521/REB
    Role of Soil Organic Acids in Mineral Weathering Proc-
    esses  (Chapter 6).
    PB93-149268/REB

ORGANIC COMPOUNDS
    SITE-Emerging Technologies: Laser Induced Photochem-
    ical OxxJative Destruction of Toxic Organics in Leachates
    and Groundwaters.
    PB93-131431/REB
    Application of Isotherms for Predictions of GAC Perform-
    ance: A Preliminary Analysis.
    PB93-131555/REB
    Design for Total Organics Removal at Cincinnati.
    PB93-131563/REB
    Solvent Extraction Processes: A Survey of Systems in
    the SITE Program.
    PB93-131795/REB
    Trace  Organic Contaminants in  Anthropogenically Acidi-
    fied Surface Waters.
    PB93-135689/REB
    Mutagenicity of Organic Emissions from Unvented Kero-
    sene Heaters in a Chamber Study.
    PB93-141489/REB
    Regulatory Impact Analysis for  the National  Emissions
    Standards for Hazardous Air Pollutants for Source Cate-
    gories: Organic  Hazardous Air Pollutants  from the Syn-
    thetic  Organic  Chemical  Manufacturing Industry and
    Seven Other Processes.
    PB93-143972/REB
    Evaluation of POHC and PIC Screening Methods.
    PB93-144137/REB
    Determination of Rates of  Reaction in the Gas-Phase in
    the Troposphere. Theory and Practice. 5. Rate of Indirect
    Photoreaction.
    PB93-149334/REB
    Pilot-Scale Evlauation of an Incinerability Ranking System
    for Hazardous Organic Compounds.
    PB93-150118/REB
    SorpBon of Toxic Organic Compounds on  Wastewater
    Solids: Mechanism and Modeling.
    PB93-150191/REB
    Organic   Contract  Compliance   Screening  System
    (OCCSS)  Software (OLM01.8  Version 3) (for Microcom-
    puters).
    PB93-500270/REB

ORGANIC  CONTRACT COMPLIANCE SCREENING
SYSTEM
    Organic   Contract  Compliance   Screening  System
    (OCCSS)  Software (OLM01.8  Version 3) (for Microcom-
    puters).
    PB93-500270/REB
                                                                                                                                      June 1993
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                                                                     KEYWORD INDEX
ORGANOPHOSPHORUS COMPOUNDS
    Paraoxon Toxfcity Is Not Potentiated by Prior Reduction
    in Stood Acstylcholinesterase.
    P893-141265/REB
OTOTOxicrrY
    Gkjtamata Neurotoxicity in the Developing Rat Cochlea is
    Antagonized by Kynurenic Acid and MK-801.
    PB93-141349/REB
OXIDATION
    SITE-anerging Technologies: Laser Induced Photochem-
    ical Cridative Destruction of Toxic Organics in Leachates
    and Groundwaters.
    PB93-13143UREB
    Rapid Measurement of Aqueous Hydroxyl Radical Con-
    centrations in Steady-State HO Flux Systems.
    PB93-131779/REB
    Photo-Oxidation of AutomobSe  Emissions: Measurements
    of the Transformation Products and Their Mutagenic Ac-
    tivity.
    PB93-141273/REB
OZONE
    GuidaSnes tor Estimating and 'Applying Rule Effective-
    ness for Ozone CO State Implementation Plan Base Year
    Inventories.
    PB93-131496/REB
OZONE DEPLETION
    Subjective-Probabny-Based Scenarios  for   Uncertain
    Input Parameters:  Stratospheric Ozone Depletion.  De-
    cember 1990.
    PB93-14374UREB
PAINTS
    Emission Rates of Mercury from Latex Paints.
    PB93-131654/REB
PAPER INDUSTRY
    Model Polution Prevention Plan for the Kraft Segment of
    the Pulp and Paper Industry.
    PB93-14560S/REB
    Position Prevention for the Kraft Pulp and Paper Indus-
    PB93-1
        M45613/REB
    Poftufion Prevention Opportunity Assessment and Imple-
    mentation Plan. For Simpson Tacoma Kraft Company,
    TAconw, Wft&hjnoton.
    PB93-145670/REB
PAPER MlttS
    PoOutton Prevention Opportunity Assessment and Imple-
    mentation Plan.^Fpr Simpson Tacoma Kraft Company,
    TftoornA, WftsninQton.
    PB93-145670/REB
PARAOXON
    Paraoxon Toxfctty Is Not Potentiated by Prior Reduction
    In Blood Acetytehoineslerase.
    PB93-141265/REB
PARTICLE SIZE
    Development of Size-Specific Data from Paniculate Con-
    trol Technology Research Reports.
    PB93-131456/REB
PARTICULATES
    Characterization of PM-10 Emissions from Antiskid Mate-
    rials AppSed to Ice- and Snow-Covered  Roadways.
    P893-1S0209/REB
PASSIVE SMOKING
    nospiatoiy Haatti  Effects  of Passive Smoking: Lung
    Cancer and Other Disorders.
    PB93-134419/REB
PATH OF POLLUTANTS
    Air/Supertund National Technical Guidance Study Series:
    AppicabSty of Open Path Mentors for Supertax!
    PB93-138154/REB
PATHOLOGY
    Pathogenicity of •Saknoneta putorum'  in Northern Bob-
    while Qua! and Matard Ducks.
    PB93-13S739/REB
PERFORMANCE EVALUATION
    Comparison  of  Ground-Water Samping Devices Based
    on EquBvattxt of Water Quality Indfcator Parameters.
    PB93-149201/REB
PERPHYTON
    Periphylon Photosyiitlioiiu as an Inticator of Effluent
    Toxfaty: Relationship to Effects on Animal Test Species.
    PBS3-131829/REB
PERSONNEL DEVELOPMENT
    Suparlund Progress: Fal/WMer 1992.
 •   PB93463254/REB
PEST CONTROL
    Piotection of Pome Fruits. March 1985-May 1992 Cita-
    tions from AGRtCOLA Concerning Diseases and Other
    Environmental ConsUeialicins.
 ^  P893-149904/REB
    Geneticsly Engineered Bacutowuses as Agents for Pest
    CoriBOt
    PB93-150175/REB
    PR NOBOO 87*7. rtOoOB  to Prodbows, Fofrnutelors
             lOfPwSddas.
        M46106/REB
                                                        PR  Notice 87-1. Notice to Manufacturers, Fomnulators,
                                                        Producers and Registrants of Pesticide Products.
                                                        PB93-141687/RE8
                                                        PR  Notice 87-4. Notice to  Manufacturers, Formulators
                                                        and Registrants of Pesticides.
                                                        PB93-141695/REB
                                                        PR  Notice 86-1. Notice to Manufacturers. Formulators.
                                                        Producers and Registrants of Pesticides.
                                                        PB93-144012/REB
                                                        PR  Notice 86-2. Notice to Manufacturers, Formulators,
                                                        Producers and Registrants of Pesticides.
                                                        PB93-144020/RE6
                                                        PR  Notice 86-3. Notice to Producers. Registrants, and
                                                        Formulators.
                                                        PB93-144038/REB
                                                        PR Notice 86-4. Notice to Registrants of Pesticides, and
                                                        Applicants for Pesticide Registration.
                                                        PB93-144046/REB
                                                        PR Notice 86-5. Notice to Producers, Formulators, Dis-
                                                        tributors and Registrants.
                                                        PB93-144053/REB
                                                        PR Notice 87-2. Notice to Procedures. Registrants, and
                                                        Formulators.
                                                        PB93-144061/REB
                                                        PR  Notice 87-3. Notice to Manufacturers, Formulators,
                                                        Distributors and Registrants of Pesticide Products.
                                                        PB93-144079/REB
                                                        PR  Notice 87-5. Notice to  Manufacturers, Formulators
                                                        and Registrants of Pesticides.
                                                        PB93-144087/REB
                                                        PR  Notice 87-6. Notice to Manufacturers, Formulators,
                                                        Procedures, and Registrants of Pesticide Products.
                                                        PB93-14409S/REB
                                                        Pesticide Fact Sheet Number 20.2: Amitrote.
                                                        PB93-144368/REB
                                                        PR Notice 87-7. Notice to Producers, Formulators and
                                                        Roostr&nts of PGStictdos.
                                                        PB93-146108/REB
                                                        PR  Notice 87-8. Notice to Manufacturers, Formulators,
                                                        Distributors, and Registrants of Pesticides.
                                                        PB93-147015/REB
                                                        PR Notice 87-9. Notice to Pesticide Applicants, Regis-
                                                        fronts find Potitionocs.
                                                        PB93-149151/REB
                                                        PR Notice 87-10. Notice to Pesticide Applicants, Regis-
                                                        trants and Petitioners.
                                                        PB93-149169/REB
                                                        Development of Genetically Enhanced Bacutcvkus Pestt-

                                                        PB93-149235/REB
                                                                                  _r for the Use of Geneti-
                                                                               ) Pesticides.
    Ecologically Acceptable Strategy I
    caly Engineered Bacutovirus Pestk
    PB93-14B243/REB
                                                        PR Notice 87-11. Notice to Manufacturers, Formulators.
                                                        Distributors, and Registrants of Pesticides.
                                                        PB93-149664/REB
                                                        Pesticide Fact Sheet Number 20.1: Amitrote.
                                                        PB93-149680/REB
                                                        Methyfcrofride and Its Alternatives as Fumigants.  1979-
                                                        May  1992. Citations from  AGRKXXA Concerning Dis-
                                                        eases and Other Environmental Considerations.
                                                        PB93-149912/REB
                                                        Pesticide Compact Label File -1990 Updates.
                                                        PB93-911600/REB
                                                    PETROLEUM PRODUCTS
                                                        Technologies and Options for UST Corrective  Actions:
                                                        Overview of Current Practice.
                                                        PB93-145589/REB
                                                    PHILADELPHIA (PENNSYLVANIA)
                                                        Aerosol  Aotfty Characterization of Large Metropolitan
                                                        Areas: Plot and Planning for Philadelphia.
                                                        PB93-149177/REB
                                                    PHOTOCHEMICAL REACTIONS
                                                        SITE-Emerging Technologies: Laser Induced Photochem-
                                                        ical Cbddative Destruction of Toxic Organics in Leachates
                                                        and Groundwaters.
                                                        PB93-131431/REB
                                                        Generation of Mutagenic Transformation Products during
                                                        the fcratfalion of Smulated Urban Alniobph3rd&.
                                                        PB93-1412O6/REB
                                                        Photo-Oxidation of Automobile Emissions: MOHBUTflrnoi iU^
                                                        of the Transformation Products and Their Mutagenic Ac-

                                                        PB93-141273/REB
                                                    PHOTOSYNTHESIS
                                                        Penphyton Photosynthesis  as an  Indicator of  Effluent
                                                        Toxicrty:  Relationship to Effects on Animal Test Species.
                                                        PB93-131829/REB
RED Facts: Ethytene.
         acts: Ethytene
          00345/REB
    Field Experience*  VOC and Pesticide Removal  Using
    GAG Suftok County. New York.
    PB93-131571/REB
    Atmospheric Chernrslry and Physical Fate of HCFCs and
    HFOs Bnd Tnoir OoorAuftbon Products.
    PB93-131449/REB
PILOT PLANTS
    Pilot-Scale Incineration  of  Contaminated Sludges from
    the Bofors-Nobel Supertund Site.
    PB93-141034/REB
PILOT STUDIES
    Aerosol Aottty Characterization  oftarga Metropolitan
    AfBBSi Pttot snd PtenninQ for PliB&dBtpnft.
    PB93-149177/REB
POINT OF ENTRY TREATMENT
    Smal Systems Meet Superfund ChaBeoge with Point-of-
    Entty Treatment Units.
    PB93-141109/REB
POLLUTANTS
    Arctic Contaminants Research Program: Research Han.
    PB93-135630/REB
                                                            Proceedings of the Annual EPA Conference on Analysis
                                                            of Pollutants in the Environment (15th). Held in Norfolk,
                                                            Virginia on May 6-7.1992.
                                                            PB93-152601/REB

                                                        POLLUTION ABATEMENT
                                                            On-Stte Waste  Ink  Recycling:  Technology Evaluation
                                                            Report
                                                            PB93-141026/REB
                                                            Model Pollution Prevention Plan for the Kraft Segment of
                                                            the Pulp and Paper Industry.
                                                            PB93-145605/REB
                                                            Pollution Prevention for the Kraft Pulp and Paper Indus-
        M45613/REB
    Pollution Prevention Opportunity Assessment and Imple-
    mentation Plan. For Simpson  Tacoma  Kraft Company,
    Tacoma, Washington.
    PB93-145670/R6B
    Pollution  Prevention  Opportunity Assessment  USDA
    Beltsville Agricultural Research Center.
    PB93-146843/REB
    Pollution Prevention Opportunity Assessment Manufac-
    turing and Fabrication Repair Laboratory at  Sandia Na-
    tional Laboratories.
    PB93-146868/REB
    Pollution Prevention Opportunity Assessment Geochem-
    istry Laboratory, Sandia National Laboratories.
    PB93-146900/REB
    Advanced Insulations for Refrigerator/Freezers: The Po-
    tential for New Shell Design Incorporating Polymer Bar-
    rier Construction.
    PB93-146991/REB

POLLUTION CONTROL
    Bioremeolation.
    PB93-149193/REB
    Economic Analysis of the Phosphate Subcategory of the
    Fertilizer Manufacturing Industry. Louisiana  Phosphoric
    Acid Plants.
    P893-156495/REB
    Economic Analysis of the Phosphate Subcategory of the
    Fertilizer Manufacturing Industry: Louisiana  Phosphoric
    Acid Plants. July 1986.
    PB93-1S6S03/REB

POLLUTION REGULATIONS
    Guidelines for Estimating and  Applying Rule Effective-
    ness for Ozone CO State Implementation Plan Base Year
    Inventories.
    PB93-131498/REB
    Framework for Decision Making: An EPA Perspective.
    PB93-134369/REB
    Novel Approach for Gathering Data on Solvent Cleaning.
    PB93-142115/REB
    Regulatory Impact Analysis  for the  National Emissions
    Standards for Hazardous Air Pollutants for Source Cate-
    gories: Organic Hazardous Air  Pollutants from the Syn-
    thetic  Organic Chemical Manufacturing  Industry  and
    Seven Other Processes.
    PB93-143972/REB

POLLUTION SOURCES
    Investigation of Inappropriate Pollutant Entries into Storm
    Drainage Systems: A User's Guide.
    PB93-131472/REB
    Susceptibility of East Coast Estuaries to Nutrient Dis-
    charges; Afcemarie/Pamlico Sound to Biscayne Bay.
    PB93-136901/REB
    Susceptibility of East Coast Estuaries to Nutrient Dis-
    charges: Passamaquoddy Bay to Chesapeake Bay.
    PB93-136927/REB

POLYCHLOROBIPHENYL COMPOUNDS
    Effect of a Base-Catalyzed Dechtomation Process on the
    Genotoxicity of PCB-Contaminated Soil.
    PB93-141323/REB
    Dermal Absorption of Chemicals: Effect of Application of
    Chemicals as a Solid, Aqueous Paste, Suspension, or in
    Volatile Vehicle.
    PB93-141356/REB

POLYMERASE CHAIN REACTION
    PCR Primers Specific for Detection of a Rat Repetitive
    Sequence.
    PB93-141398/REB

POLYMERS
    Methods  for  Assessing Exposure  to  Chemical Sub-
    stances. Volume 11. Methodology for Estimating the Mi-
    gration of AddWves and Impurities from Polymeric Materi-
    als.
    PB93-134096/REB
    Advanced Insulations for Refrigerator/Freezers: The Po-
    tential  for New Shell Design Incorporating Polymer Bar-
    rier Construction.
    PB93-146991 /REB
    ADL Migration Estimation Model (for Microcomputers)
    (Release Number  1).
    PB93-500684/REB

POME FRUITS
    Protection of Pome Fruits, March 1985-May  1992. Cita-
    tions from AGRKXXA Concerning Diseases and  Other
    Environmental Considerations.
    PB93-149904/REB

POTABLE WATER
    Field Experiences VOC  and Pesticide  Removal  Using
    GAC Suffolk County, New York.
    PB93-131571/REB
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                                                                     KEYWORD  INDEX
                                                                                                                                                    REGULATIONS
   Analysis of Potential Trade-Otis in Regulation of Disinfec-
   tion By-Products.
   PB93-134344/REB
   Framework for Decision Making: An EPA Perspective.
   PB93-134369/REB
   Occurrence Assessment  for Disinfectants and Disinfec-
   tion ey-Products (Phase 6a) in Public Drinking Water.
   PB93-134377/REB
   Simulation of Compliance Choices for the Disinfection
   By-Products Regulatory Impact Analysis.
   PB93-134385/REB
   Status Report on Analytical Methods to Support the Dis-
   infectant/Disinfection By-Products Regulation.
   PB93-134898/REB
   Status Report on  the Development of Draft MCLGs for
   Disinfectants and By-Products.
   PB93-134906/REB
   Status Report on  Development of Regulations for Disin-
   fectants and Disinfection By-Products.
   PB93-134914/REB
   Use of Microbial Risk Assessment  in Setting U.S. Drink-
   ing Water Standards.
   PB93-134930/REB
   Health Advisory for Zinc Chloride.
   PB93-136620/REB
   Small Systems  Meet Superfund Challenge  with Point-of-
   Entry Treatment Units.
   PB93-141109/REB
   Health Effects  of Arsenic in Drinking Water  Research
   Needs.
   PB93-141331/REB
   Manual for  the Certification of  Laboratories  Analyzing
   Drinking  Water. Criteria and Procedures Quality Assur-
   ance (third Edition).
   PB93-145688/REB
   Removal of  Beryllium from Drinking Water by Chemical
   Coagulation and Lime Softening.
   PB93-150134/REB
PRECIPITATION (METEOROLOGY)
   Stable Sulfur  Isotopes of Sulfate in Precipitation and
   Stream Solutions in a Northern Hardwood Watershed.
   PB 93-141562/REB
   Characterizing the Distribution of Observed Precipitation
   and Runoff over the Continental United States.
   PB93-141570/REB
   Analysis  of Acid Precipitation Samples Collected by State
   Agencies. Sampling Period: January-December  1990.
   PB93-144152/REB
PRINCIPAL ORGANIC HAZARDOUS CONSTITUENTS
   Pilot-Scale Evlauabon of an Intinerability Ranking System
   for Hazardous Organic Compounds.
   PB93-150118/REB
PRINTING INKS
   On-Site  Waste Ink Recycling:  Technology  Evaluation
   Report
   PB93-141026/REB
PROBLEM SOLVING
    Federal Policies and Technological Problem-Solving.
   PB93-142107/REB
PROJECT MANAGEMENT
    Highlights: Superfund Program Management Fiscal Year

    PB93-963261/REB
PROJECT PLANNING
    Highlights of the EPA Innovative  Regulatory  Strategies
   Workshop: Market-Based Incentives and  other Innova-
   tions for Air  Pollution Control. Summary of Workshop Dis-
   cussion  Sessions. Held in Washington, DC. on January
    15-17.1992.
    PB93-1S0290/REB
PROTECTION
    Delineation  of  Wellhead  Protection  Areas in Fractured
    Rocks.
    PB93-115822/REB
PROTOCOLS
    Guidelines for  Estimating and Applying Rule Effective-
    ness for Ozone CO State Implementation Plan Base Year
    Inventories.
    PB93-131498/REB
PUBLIC HEALTH
    Household Exposures to Benzene from Showering with
    Gasoline-Contaminated Ground Water.
    PB93-131530/REB
    Occurrence Assessment for Disinfectants  and Disinfec-
    tion By-Products (Phase 6a) in Public Drinking Water.
    PB93-134377/REB
    Simulation of Microbial Occurrence, Exposure and Hearth
    Risks after Drinking Water Treatment Processes.
    PB93-134393/REB
    Status Report  on the Development of Draft MCLGs for
    Disinfectants and By-Products.
    PB93-134906/REB
    Use of Microbial  Risk Assessment in Setting U.S. Drink-
    ing Water Standards.
    PB93-134930/REB
    Health Effects of Arsenic in  Drinking Water. Research
    Needs.
    PB93-141331/REB
    Mutagenicity of Organic  Emissions from Unvented Kero-
    sene Heaters in a Chamber Study.
    PB93-141489/REB
    Guidelines for Developing Risk-Based Cleanup Levels at
    RCRA Sites in Region 10.
    PB93-145662/REB
    Motor Vehicle-Related Air Toxics Study.
    PB93-146462/REB
    Health Effects Assessment Summary Tables.
    PB93-921100/REB
PUBLICLY OWNED TREATMENT WORKS
    Municipal Water Pollution Prevention Bibliography: 1992,
    the Year of Clean Water. Celebration and Commitment
    PB93-141083/REB
PULSE COMBUSTION
    Applications of  Pulse Combustion in Industrial and Incin-
    eration Processes.
    PB93-131639/REB
PUMPS
    Comparison of  Ground-Water Sampling Devices Based
    on Equilibration  of Water Quality Indicator Parameters.
    PB93-149201/REB
PURIFICATION
    Isolation and Purification of Bacterial DMA from Soil.
    PB93-149276/REB
QUALITY ASSURANCE
    Quality  Assurance Project Plan:  1991  EMAP Wetlands
    Southeastern Pilot Study.
    PB93-141067/REB
    U.S. EPA's QA/QC Program for Waste  Management Fa-
    cilities. Proceedings of the GRI Seminar (6th), MQC/MQA
    and CQC/CQA of Geosynthetics. Held in Philadelphia,
    Pennsylvania on December 10-11,1992.
    PB93-149219/REB
QUALITY CONTROL
    U.S. EPA's QA/QC Program for Waste  Management Fa-
    cilities. Proceedings of the GRI Seminar (6th), MQC/MQA
    and CQC/CQA of Geosynthetics. Held in Philadelphia,
    Pennsylvania on December 10-11,1992.
    PB93-149219/REB
QUEBEC
    Evaluating Point Count versus Territory  Mapping in Crop-
    land Birds.
    PB93-156057/REB
RADIOACTIVE MATERIALS
    Babcock and Witeox Cyclone Furnace Vitrification. Tech-
    nology Demonstration Summary.
    PB93-145621/REB
RADIOACTIVE WASTES
    Health Effects Assessment Summary Tables.
    PB93-921100/REB
HADIOECOLOGICAL CONCENTRATION
    Bladder-wrack  (Fucus vesiculosus L) as an indicator for
    radionuclides in  the  environment of  Swedish  nuclear
    power plants.
    DE93603681/REB
RADIOECOLOGY
    Radtoecotogy in Nordic limnic systems - present knowl-
    edge and future prospects.
    DE92643948/REB
RADIOMETERS
    Rice Field Inventory Using AVHRR Data
    PB93-135697/REB
RAINFALL-RUNOFF RELATIONSHIPS
    Characterizing  the Distribution of Observed Precipitation
    and Runoff over the Continental United  States.
    PB93-141570/REB
RANKING
    Pilot-Scale Evlauabon of an Incinerability Ranking System
    for Hazardous Organic Compounds.
    PB93-150118/REB
REACTION  KINETICS
    Reaction Kinetics of Ca-Based Sorbents with HC1.
    PB93-131860/REB
    Determination of Rates of Reaction in  the Gas-Phase in
    the Troposphere. Theory and Practice. 5. Rate of Indirect
    Photoreaction.
    PB93-149334/REB
RECORD OF DECISION
    Superfund  Records  of  Decision  Update.  Volume  7.
    Number 2, November 1992.
    PB93-963256/REB
    Superfund Record of Decision (EPA Region 2): Ramapo
    Landfill   Site,  Rockland County, NY.  (First Remedial
    Action), March 1992.
    PB93-963801/REB
    Superfund Record of Decision (EPA Region 3): U.S. De-
    fense General Supply Center, (Operabfe  Unit 5). Rich-
    mond, VA. (First Remedial Action). March 1992.
    PB93-963901/REB
    Superfund Record of Decision (EPA Region 3): Raymark
    Site, Operable  Unit 1, Montgomery County, PA. (First Re-
    medial Action). December 1991.
    PB93-963902/REB
    Superfund  Record of Decision  (EPA Region 3): Dublin
    Water Supply,  Bucks County, PA. (Fust Remedial Action),
    December 1991.
    PB93-963903/REB
    Superfund Record of Decision (EPA Region 3): MW Man-
    ufacturing Site, Montour County, PA. (Subsequent Reme-
    dial Action), June 1992.
    PB93-963904/REB
    Superfund  Record of Decision  (EPA  Region 5): Grand
    Traverse Overall Supply Site. Greilickville, Ml. (First Re-
    medial Action). February 1992.
    PB93-964101/REB
    Superfund Record of Decision (EPA Region 5): Midco  II,
    Gary,  IN. (First Remedial  Action).  (Amendment), April
    1992.
    PB93-964102/REB
    Superfund  Record  of Decision (EPA  Region 5): Twin
    Cities AF Reserve  (SAR Landfill),  MN. (First Remedial
    Action), March 1992.
    PB93-964103/REB
    Superfund Record of Decision (EPA Region 5): Columbus
    Old  Municipal Landfill, Columbus, IN. (First  Remedial
    Action), March 1992.
    PB93-964104/REB
    Superfund Record of  Decision (EPA Region 9): Westing-
    house Electric (Sunnyvale Plant), Sunnyvale, CA. (First
    Remedial Action), October 1991.
    PB93-964501/REB

REFRIGERANTS
    Simulation of Nonazeotropic  Refrigerant Mixtures for Use
    in a Dual-Circuit Refrigerator/Freezer with Countercurrent
    Heat Exchanges.
    PB93-131688/REB

REFRIGERATION
    New technology for refrigeration and heating plants.
    DE93721673/REB

REFRIGERATORS
    Simulation of Nonazeotropic  Refrigerant Mixtures for Use
    in a Dual-Circuit Refrigerator/Freezer with Countercurrent
    Heat Exchanges.
    PB93-13168S/REB
    Advanced Insulations for Refrigerator/Freezers: The Po-
    tential for New Shell Design Incorporating Polymer Bar-
    rier Construction.
    PB93-146991/REB

REGISTRATION
    PR  Notice 86-1. Notice to  Manufacturers, Formulators.
    Producers and Registrants of Pesticides.
    PB93-144012/REB
    PR  Notice 86-2. Notice to  Manufacturers, Formulators,
    Producers and Registrants of Pesticides.
    PB93-144020/REB
    PR  Notice 86-3. Notice to  Producers, Registrants,  and
    Formulators.
    PB93-144038/REB
    PR  Notice 86-4. Notice to Registrants  of Pesticides, and
    Applicants for Pesticide Registration.
    PB93-144046/REB
    PR  Notice 86-5. Notice to  Producers, Formulators,  Dis-
    tributors and Registrants.
    PB93-144053/REB
    PR  Notice 87-2. Notice to Procedures, Registrants, and
    Formulators.
    PB93-144061/REB
    PR  Notice  87-3. Notice to  Manufacturers, Formulators,
    Distributors and Registrants  of Pesticide Products.
    PB93-144079/REB
    PR  Notice  87-6. Notice to  Manufacturers, Formulators,
    Procedures, and Registrants of Pesticide Products.
    PB93-144095/REB
    PR  Notice  67-8. Notice to  Manufacturers, Formulators,
    Distributors, and Registrants of Pesticides.
    PB93-147015/REB
    PR  Notice  87:9. Notice to  Pesticide  Applicants,  Regis-
    trants and Petitioners.
    PB93-149151/REB
    PR Notice 87-10. Notice to Pesticide  Applicants,  Regis-
    trants and Petitioners.
    PB93-149169/REB

 REGULATIONS
    Index to the Monthly Hotline  Report Questions (June
    1982 to December 1991).
    PB92-131374/REB
    Analysis of Potential  Trade-Offs in Regulation of Disinfec-
    tion By-Products.
    PB93-134344/REB
    Occurrence  Assessment for Disinfectants and Disinfec-
    tion By-Products (Phase 6a) in Public Drinking Water.
    PB93-134377/REB
    Simulation  of Compliance  Choices for the  Disinfection
    By-Products Regulatory Impact Analysis.
    PB93-134385/REB
    Simulation  of Raw Water and  Treatment Parameters in
    Support  of the  Disinfection  By-Products   Regulatory
    Impact Analysis.
    PB 93-134401 /REB
    Status Report on Development of Regulations for Disin-
    fectants and Disinfection By-Products.
    PB93-134914/REB
    PR Notice 86-1. Notice to Manufacturers, Formulators,
    Producers and Registrants of Pesticides.
    PB93-144012/REB
    PR Notice 86-2. Notice to Manufacturers, Formulators,
    Producers and Registrants of Pesticides.
    PB93-144020/REB
    PR Notice 86-3. Notice to Producers, Registrants, and
    Formulators.
    PB93-144038/REB
    PR Notice 86-4. Notice to Registrants of Pesticides, and
    Applicants for Pesticide Registration.
    PB93-144046/REB
    PR Notice 86-5. Notice to  Producers, Formulators, Dis-
    tributors and Registrants.
    PB93-144053/REB
    PR Notice 87-2. Notice to  Procedures, Registrants, and
    Formulators.
    PB93-144061/REB
    PR Notice 87-3. Notice  to Manufacturers,  Formulators,
    Distributors and Registrants of Pesticide Products.
    PB93-144079/REB
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                                                                    KEYWORD INDEX
   PR Notice  87-5. Notice to Manufacturers.  Formulators
   •nd ReQaSti'Bitl& o* Pesticides.
   PB93-144087/REB
   PR Notice  87-6. Notice to Manufacturers, Formulators.
   Procedures, and Registrants of Pesticide Products.
   PB93-144095/REB
   PR Notice  87-7. Notice to Producers, Formulators  and
   Reojstrants of Pesticides.
   PB93-146106/REB
   PR Notice  87^. Notice to Manufacturers! FoonutetofS,
   Distributors, snd Regntrants of Pesticides.
   PB93-147015/REB
   PR Notice J>7-9. Notice to Pesticide Applicants, Regis-
   trants and Petitioners.
   PB93-149151/REB
   PR Notice J7-10. Notice to Pes&xte Appfcants. Regis-
   trants snd Petitioners.
   PB93-1491S9/REB
   PRNobce  87-11. Notice to Manufacturers. Formulators.
   Distributors, And Registrants of Pesticides.
   PB83-149664/REB
   Economic Analysis of the Phosphate Subcategory of the
   Fertfeer Manufacturing Industry: Lousiana Phosphoric
   Add Plants.
   PB93-156495/REB
   Economic Analysis of the Phosphate Subcategory of the
   Fertiszer Manufactunng Industry: Louisiana Phosphoric
   AoM Plants, July 1986.
   PB93-1S6503/REB
   Economic Impacts of RCRA Regulations on the Plating
   and Poisning Industry.
   PB93-15898B/REB
REGULATORY  MPACT ANALYSIS
   Analysis of  Potential Trade-Offs in Regulation of Disinfec-
   tion By-Products.
   PB83-134344/REB
   Simulation  of Compliance Choices for  the Disinfection
   By-Products Regitetory Impact Analysis.
   PB93-134385/REB
   Regulatory  Impact  Analyais for the National  Emissions
   StartsrdaforTiaxardous Air Pollutants for Source Gate-
   goftoeV Organic Hazardous Air PoMutants from the  Syn-
   (hettc  Organic  Chemical  Manufacturing  Industry  and
   Seven Oner Proosiiai
   PB83-143872/REB
REMEDIAL ACTION
   Superfund  Accelerated Oeanup Model (SACM). Volume
   1. Number 4. November 1992.
   PBM-963287/FIEB
   Superfund  at Wortc  Hazardous Waste  Cleanup  Efforts
   Nationwide. Fal 1902.  (Valey  of the Drums. BuHtt
   County. Kentucky).
   PB92-983618/REB
   Superfund  at Work  Hazardous Waste  Cleanup  Efforts
   Nationwide. Fal 1992. (American Thermostat Corpora-
   ton, New Yortd.
   PB92-963627/REB
   Superfund  at Wortc  Hazardous Waste  Cleanup  Efforts
   Nationwide. Fal 1992. (Wide  Beach Section of Brant
    Superfund  at Work: Hazardous Waste Cleanup Efforts
    Nationwide. Fal 1992. (Krysowaty Farm, Hfeborough.
    Suparfund  at Wortc Hazardous Waste Cleanup Efforts
    Nationwide. Fal 1992. (CDfrGeigy Corporation.  Mctn-
    jf.novat.ve Treettnent Technotogtea:  SemUVmual Status
    neport (Fourth Edtton).
    PB93-133387/REB
    Restoration of the Anacosba River.
    PB93-136364/REB
    Air/Suparlund National Technfcal Guidance Stud  Series:
                                l, and Engineering Con-
                                uUion.

                             strations of Innovative Site
    PB93-144111/REB
    Technologies  and Cottons for UST Corrective Actions:
    Overview of Current Practice.
    PB93-145S89/REB
    nasloratlon Potential of.Dfced E»tuany» Wetlands in
    WasMnglon and Oregon. Phase 2: Identification of Cancfi-
    data Sties in Puget Sound.
    PB93-14S5B7/REB
    GuUeinea for Developing Risk-Based Cleanup Levels at
    RCRA Sties in Region 10.
    PB93-145662/RE8
    kvefki BtaemerJation of Ground Water.
    PB83-1468SO/REB
    PB93-149193/REB
    Potential lor JoM Researcfi between EPA and the U.S.
    Army.
    PB93-1492Z7/REB
    Surfactants and Su
                       (face Re
                                  atio
    PB93-149854/REB
    Extraction and Recovery of Lead Species from Sol.
    PB93-1S0142/REB
    Superfund  Records of  Decision Update. Volume 7,
    Number 2. November 1992.
   Superfund Record of Decision (EPA Region 2): Ramapo
   Landfill  Site.  Rockland County. NY.  First Remedial
   Action). March 1992.
   PB93-963801/REB
   Superfund Record of Decision (EPA Region 3): U.S. De-
   fense General  Supply Center. (Operable  Unit 5), Rich-
   mond. VA. (First Remedial Action), March 1992.
   PB93-963901/REB
   Superfund Record of Decision (EPA Region 3): Dublin
   Water Supply, Bucks County. PA. (First Remedial Action),
   December 1991.
   PB93-963903/REB
   Superfund Record of Decision (EPA Region 3): MW Man-
  - ufacturing Site,  Montour County, PA. (Subsequent Reme-
   dial Action). June 1992.
   PB93-963904/REB
   Superfund Record of Decision (EPA Region 5): Grand
   Traverse Overall Supply Site, Greffickvffle, Ml. (First Re-
   made! Action),  February 1992.
   PB93-964101/REB
   Superfund Record of Decision (EPA Region 5): MkJco II,
   Gary. IN. (Rrst Remedial Action),  (Amendment),  April
   1992.
   PB93-964102/REB
   Superfund Record of  Decision  (EPA Region 5):  Twin
   Cities AF Reserve (SAR Landfill). MN. (first Remedial
   Action), March  1992.
   PB93-964103/REB
   Superfund Record of Decision (EPA Region 5): Columbus
   OM  Municpal  LandM,  Columbus.  IN. (First Remedial
   Action), March  1992,
   PB93-964104/REB
   Superfund Record of Decision (EPA Region 9): Westing-
   house  Electric  (Sunnyvale Plant). Sunnyvale. CA.  (Fist
   RemerJal Action), October 1991.
   PB93-964S01/REB
REMOTE SENSING
   Rice Field Inventory Using AVHRR Data.
   PB93-13S697/REB
REPRODUCTION (BIOLOGY)
   Review of the  Literature on Potential Reproductive and
   Developmental Tcnddty of Electric and Magnetic Fields.
   PB93-141307/REB
REQUIREMENTS
   Draft Ground-Water Disinfection Rule.
   PB93-134351/REB
REREGISTRATtON
   RED Facts: Ethytene.
   PB93-100345/REB
    Development of Size-Specific Data from Paniculate Con-
    trol Technology Research Reports.
            I4567REB
                             Between EPA and the U.S.
   PB93-131
   Potential for Joint
   Army.
   PB93-149227/REB
RESEARCH PROJECTS
   Preceerjngs of the 1989 Midwest Poftition Control Biolo-
   gists Meeting. Held h Chicago. Wnois on February 14-17,
   19M.
   PB93-143691/REB
RESOURCE CONSERVATION AND RECOVERY ACT
   RCRA Ground-Water Monitoring: Draft Technical Guid-
    PB93-139350/REB
    Economic Impacts of RCRA Regulations on the Plating
    and Poishmg industry.
    PB93-158986/REB
             'DISEASES
    Respiratory  Health Effects of Passive Smoking: Lung
    Cancer and Other Disorders.
    PB93-134419/REB
RESTORATION
    Restoration  of the Salmon River Salt Marshes: Retro-
    spect and Prospect.
    PB93-143709/REB
RICE PLANTS
    Effects of UV-B and Global  Climate Change on Rice:
    First Annual Program Progress Report
    PB93-135622/REB
    Rice Field Inventory Using AVHRR Data.
    PB93-135697/REB
    Influence of Elevated CO2 and Temperature on Wetland
    Rice Root Dynamics.
    PB93-141141/REB
    Effects of CO2 and Temperature on Five Rice Cultivars.
    PB93-1411S8/REB
RISK ASSESSMENT
    Simulation of Microbial Occurrence, Exposure and Health
    Risks after Drinking Water Treatment Processes.
    PB93-134393/REB
    Use of Microbial Risk Assessment in Setting U.S. Drink-
    ing Water Standards.
    PB93-134930/REB
    Gudeanes for Developing Risk-Baaed Cleanup Levels at
    RCRA Sites in Region 10.
    PB93-145662/REB
    Motor Vehicle-Related Air Toxics Study.
    PB93-146462/REB
    Process for Regional Assessment of Wetland Risk.
    PB93-146793/REB
    Report of the Neurotoxicity Risk Assessment Guidelines
    Peer Review Workshop. Held in Washington. Da  on
    June 2-3,1992.
    PB93-146918/REB
ROADS
    Characterization of PM-10 Emissions from Antiskid Mate-
    rials Applied to Ice- and Snow-Covered Roadways.
    PB93-150209/REB

ROOT SYSTEMS
    Influence of Elevated CO2 and Temperature on Wetland
    Rice Root Dynamics.
    PB93-141141/REB
RUNOFF
    Characterizing  the Distribution of Observed Precipitation
    and Runoff over the Continental United States.
    PB93-141570/REB
RYAN LAKE
    Vertical Diffusion in Small Stratified Lake: Data and Error
    Analysis.
    PB93-14918S/REB
SALMON RIVER
    Restoration of the  Salmon River Salt Marshes:  Retro-
    spect and Prospect
    PB93-143709/RE8
SALMONELLA INFECTIONS
    Pathogenicity of  •Salmonella puDorum' in Northern Bob-
    white Quail and Mallard Ducks.
    PB93-135739/REB
SALT MARSHES
    Quality Assurance  Project Plan: 1991  EMAP Wetlands
    Southeastern Plot Study.
    PB93-141067/REB
    Restoration of the Salmon River Salt Marshes:  Retro-
    spect and Prospect
    PB93-143709/REB
SAMPLE PREPARATION
    Air-Drying and Pretreatment Effects on Sol Sulfate Sorp-
    tion.
    PB93-141554/REB
SEAMING
    Techniques for the Fabrication of Geomembrane Filled
    Seams.
    PB93-131878/REB
SEDIMENTS
    Arctic Contaminants Research Program: Research Plan.
    PB93-135630/REB
    Vertical Diffusion In Small Stratified Lake: Data and Error
    Analysis.
    PB93-14918S/REB
    Proceedmgs:  Tiered Testing Issues for Freshwater and
    Marine Sediments.  Held in Washington. DC. on Septem-
    ber 16-18,1992.
    PB93-152619/REB
SEEDS
    Application of  a Wheat Seedling Assay for Detecting An-
    euptoidy Induced by N-Ethyl-N-Nitrosourea  and 4-Nitn>
    quinoline-1-Oxide.
    PB93-141463/REB
SEROTONIN
    Attenuation of Alcohol Consumption by MDMA (Ecstasy)
    in Two Strains of Alcohol-Preferring Rats.
    PB93-141232/REB
SEWAGE TREATMENT
    Quality Assurance Plan for 1991 Pilot Study of the Eco-
    logical Condition of Municipal Wastewater Constructed
    Wetland Treatment Systems.
    PB93-134674/REB
    Quality Assurance  Field Operations Report for the Pilot
    Study Evaluating the Habitat Value of Wetland Treatment
    Systems.
    PB93-134682/REB
    Habitat Quality Assessment of Two Wetland Treatment
    Systems in Mississippi: A PBot Study.
    PB93-135614/REB
    Sorptjon  of Toxic  Organic Compounds on Wastewater
    Sotds: Mechanism and Modeling,
    PB93-150191/RE8
SEWAGE TREATMENT EFFLUENTS
    Comparative Resistance of •Escherichia coir and Entero-
    cocoi to Chtorinatjon.
    PB93-150126/REB
SHORE PROTECTION
    Shoreline  Erosion  Control  Using Marsh  Vegetation and
    Low-Cost Structures.
    PB93-142420/REB
SISTER CHROMATID EXCHANGE
    DMA  Adducts and Induction of  Sister Chromatid  Ex-
    changes in the Rat Following Benzo(b)-Fluoranthene Ad-
    nWatstration.
    PB93-141372/REB
SITE CHARACTERIZATION
    DNAPL Site Evaluation.
    PB93-150217/REB
SITE SURVEYS
    Analysis of Acid Precipitation Samples Collected by State
    Agencies. Sampling Period: January-December 1990.
    PB93-144152/RE8
    Restoration Potential  of Diked Estuarine  Wetlands in
    Washington and Oregon. Phase 2: Identification of CanrS-
    date Sites in Puget Sound.
    PB93-145597/REB
 SKID RESISTANCE
    Characterization of PM-10 Emissions from Antiskid Mate-
    rials Applied to tee- and Snow-Covered Roadways.
    PB93-1S0209/REB
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SKIN (ANATOMY)
    Dermal Absorption of Chemicals: Effect of Application of
    Chemicals as a Solid, Aqueous Paste, Suspension, or in
    Volatile Vehicle.
    PB93-14f356/RE8
SLAGS
    Horsehead Resource Development Company, Inc., Rame
    Reactor Technology. Technology Demonstration Summa-
    PB93-
         145639/REB
SLUDGE
    Pilot-Scale Incineration  of  Contaminated Sludges from
    the Bofore-Nobet Superfund Site.
    PB83-141034/REB
SMALL BUSINESSES
    Mentor-Protege Program.
    PB93-963251/REB
SMALL SYSTEMS
    Small Systems Meet Superfund Challenge with Point-of-
    Entry Treatment Units.
    PB93-141109/REB
SMELL
    Olfactory Evoked Responses to Odorous Stimuli of Dif-
    ferent Intensities.
    PB93-141315/REB
SMOKELESS TOBACCO
    Mteronudei  and  Other Nuclear Anomalies  in  Buccal
    Smears: Methods Development
    PB93-141455/REB
SOFTWARE
    Environmental Monitoring  Methods  Index  Version  1.0
    Software. User's Manual.
    PB92-169648/REB
    Industrial  Source Complex Short Term  (ISCST) (for
    Microcomputers).
    PB93-500221/REB
             Contract  Compliance   Screening  System
          J Software (OLM01.8 Version 3) (for Mterocom-

    PBa3?500270/REB
    Inorganic   Contract   Compliance  Screening  System
    (ICCSS) Software (ILM02.1  Version 2) (for Microcomput-
    ers).
    PB83-500288/REB
    ADL Migration  Estimation  Model (for Microcomputers)
    (Release Number 1).
    PB93-500884/REB
    Flexible Membrane Uner Advisory Expert System (FLEX)
    (for Microcomputers) (Verskw 3.0).
    PB93-502631/REB
SOIL ANALYSIS
    Behavior of Metals In Soils.
    PB93-131480/REB
    Air-Drying and Pretreatment Effects on Soil Sulfate Sorp-
    tion.
    PB93-141554/REB
SOIL CHEMISTRY
    Effects of Repeated Ammonium Sulfate Applications on
    Soil Leachate Chemistry on the Femow Experimental
    Forest in West Virginia, USA.
    PB93-135671/REB
    SoB-Mediated Effects of Atmospheric Deposition on East-
    em  U.S. Spruce-Fir Forests.
    PB93-141125/REB
    Characterization of Eastern U.S. Spruce-Fir Soils.
    PB93-141133/REB
    Kinetics of Chemical Weathering in B Horizon Spodosol
    Fraction.
    PB93-141539/REB
    Role of Soil Organic Acids in Mineral Weathering Proc-
    esses (Chapter 6).
    PB93-149268/REB
SOIL CONTAMINATION
    Syrtergistic and Antagonistic  Effects on Genotoxkaty of
    Chemicals Commonly Found in Hazardous Waste Sites.
    PB93-141257/REB
    Effect of a Base-Catalyzed Dechlorination Process on the
    Genotoxicity of PCB-Contaminated Soil.
    PB93-141323/REB
    Application of the Tradescantia micronudeus' Assay for
    the  Genetic Evaluation of Chemical Mixtures in Soil and
    Aqueous Media
    PBS3-141380/REB
SOIL GASES
    Column Vapor Extraction Experiments on Gasoline Con-
    taminated Sol.
    PB93-131514/REB
SOIL MICROBIOLOGY
    Isolation and Purification of Bacterial DMA from Soil.
    PB93-149276/REB
SOIL SURVEYS
    Biological Sinks for Nitrogen Additions to  a Forested
    Catchment.
    PB93-141174/REB
    Mineral Dissolution Rates:  A Comparison  of Laboratory
    and Field Studies.
    PB93-141182/REB
SOIL TREATMENT
    Solvent Extraction Processes: A Survey of  Systems in
    the SITE Program.
    PB93-131795/REB
    Babcock and Wilcox Cyclone Furnace Vitrification. Tech-
    nology Demonstration Summary.
    PB8S-145621/REB
                                                                    KEYWORD  INDEX
    Extraction and Recovery of Lead Species from Soil.
    PB93-150142/REB
SOIL VAPOR EXTRACTION
    Experimental  Examination of  Integrated Soil Vapor Ex-
    traction Techniques.
    PB93-131738/REB
SOILS
    Innovative Treatment Technologies: Semi-Annual  Status
    Report (Fourth Edition),
    PB93-1333B7/REB
    Role of Soil Organic Acids in Mineral Weathering Proc-
    esses (Chapter 6).
    PB93-149268/REB
    LNAPL Distribution and  Hydrocarbon Vapor Transport in
    the Capillary Fringe.
    PB93-157550/REB
    Construction, Monitoring, and Performance of Two Soil
    Liners. Project Summary.
    PB93-157923/REB
SOLID WASTE DISPOSAL
    Evaluation of Source Term Initial Conditions for Modeling
    Leachate Migration from Landfills.
    PB93-131464/REB
    User's Guide to Flexible Membrane Liner Advisory Expert
    System: Rex Version 3.0.
    PB93-134872/REB
    Flexible Membrane Uner Advisory Expert System  (FLEX)
    (for Microcomputers) (Version 3.0).
    PB93-502631/REB
SOLIDS
    Sorption of Toxic Organic Compounds on Wastewater
    Solids: Mechanism and Modeling.
    PB93-150191/REB
SOLVENT EXTRACTION
    Solvent Extraction Processes: A Survey of Systems in
    the SITE Program.
    PB93-131795/REB
SOLVENTS
    Novel Approach for Gathering Data on Solvent Cleaning.
    PB93-142115/REB
SOOT
    Volatile Organic Sampling Train Soot Interference Report.
    PB93-144145/REB
SORBENTS
    Reaction Kinetics of Ca-Based Sorbents with HCt.
    PB93-131860/REB
SORPTION
    Basic Concepts of Contaminant Sorption.
    PB93-146835/REB
    Sorption of Toxic Organic Compounds on Wastewater
    Solids: Mechanism and Modeling.
    PB93-150191/REB
SOURCE TERMS
    Evaluation of Source Term Initial Conditions for Modeling
    Leachate Migration from Landfills.
    PB93-131464/REB
SOUTH CAIRO (NEW YORK)
    Superfund at Work:  Hazardous Waste Cleanup  Efforts
    Nationwide, Fall 1992.  (American Thermostat Corpora-
    tion, New York).
    PB92-963627/REB
SOUTH CENTRAL REGION (KANSAS)
    Applied Geologic, Microbiological, and Engineering Con-
    straints of In-situ BTEX Bkxemediation.
    PB93-141513/REB
SOUTHEAST REGION (UNITED STATES)
    Susceptibility of East Coast  Estuaries to Nutrient Dis-
    charges: Albemane/Pamlico Sound to Biscayne Bay.
    PB93-136901/REB
SOYBEAN PLANTS
    Cost Effective Com and Soybean Production Without Till-
    age: Fact or Fiction (May 1988).
    PB93-157568/REB
SPARK IGNITION ENGINES
    Formation and Control  of Combustion Pollutants from
    Gasoline-Fueled Spark-Ignition  Motor Vehicle Engines.
    (Revised November  1992).
    PB93-141042/REB
SPECIES DIVERSITY
    Who Will Speak for Biodiversity.
    PB93-135762/REB
SPRUCES
    Soil-Mediated Effects of Atmospheric Deposition on East-
    em U.S. Spruce-Fir Forests.
    PB93-141125/REB
    Characterization of Eastern U.S. Spruce-Fir Soils.
    PB93-141133/REB
STABLE ISOTOPES
    Stable Sulfur Isotopes of Sulfate in Precipitation and
    Stream Solutions in a Northern Hardwood Watershed.
    PB93-141562/REB
STAINS
    Characterization of Organic Emission from a Wood Fin-
    ishing Product-Wood Stain.
    PB93-150100/REB
STANDARDS
    Hazardous Air Pollutant Emissions from Process Units in
    the Synthetic Organic Chemical  Manufacturing Industry:
    Background Information for Proposed Standards. Volume
    1A. National Impacts Assessment
    PB93-156552/REB
    Hazardous Air Pollutant Emissions from Process Units in
    the Synthetic Organic Chemical  Manufacturing Industry:
                             SULFUR ISOTOPES


    Background Information for Proposed Standards. Volume
    1 B. Control Technologies.
    PB93-156560/REB
    Hazardous Air Pollutant Emissions from Process Units in
    the Synthetic Organic Chemical Manufacturing Industry:
    Background Information for Proposed Standards. Volume
    1C. Model Emission Sources.
    PB93-156578/REB
    Construction, Monitoring,  and Performance of Two Soil
    Liners. Project Summary.
    PB93-157923/REB
STATE IMPLEMENTATION PLANS
    Guidelines for  Estimating and Applying Rule Effective-
    ness for Ozone CO State Implementation Plan Base Year
    Inventories.
    PB93-131498/REB
STATIONARY POLLUTANT SOURCES
    Compilation of Air Pollutant  Emission Factors. Volume 1.
    Stationary Point and Area Sources. Supplement E.
    PB93-157105/REB
STATIONARY SOURCES
    Revised Emissions Estimation Methodologies for Industri-
    al, Residential, and  Electric  Utility Stationary Combustion
    Sources.
    PB93-135663/REB
    Control Techniques for Volatile Organic Compound Emis-
    sions from Stationary Sources, December 1992.
    PB93-150258/REB
STATISTICAL ANALYSIS
    Methods for Analyzing Extreme Events Under Climate
    Change.
    PB93-146827/REB
STEADY STATE
    Rapid Measurement of Aqueous Hydroxyl  Radical Con-
    centrations in Steady-State HO Flux Systems.
    PB93-131779/REB
STIMULUS (PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGY)
    Olfactory Evoked Responses to Odorous Stimuli of  Dif-
    ferent Intensities.
    PB93-14131S/REB
STORAGE TANKS
    Technologies and Options  for UST Corrective Actions:
    Overview of Current Practice.
    PB93-145S89/REB
STORM DRAINS
    Investigation of Inappropriate Pollutant Entries into Storm
    Drainage Systems: A User's Guide.
    PB93-131472/REB
STORM SEWERS
    Investigation of Inappropriate Pollutant Entries into Storm
    Drainage Systems: A User's Guide.
    PB93-131472/REB
STRATIFICATION
    Vertical Diffusion in Small Stratified Lake: Data and Error
    Analysis.
    PB93-149185/REB
STRATOSPHERE
    Subjective-Probability-Based   Scenarios for  Uncertain
    Input  Parameters: Stratospheric Ozone Depletion,  De-
    cember 1990.
    PB93-143741/REB
STREAM FLOW
    Episodic Response  Project-Northern Appalachian  Pla-
    teau: Site Description and Methodology.
    PB93-149755/REB
STREAMS
    Relationship between Water Temperatures and Air Tem-
    peratures for Central U.S. Streams.
    PB93-135655/REB
    Chemistry of Dissolved  Organic Carbon  and Organic
    Acids in Two Streams Draining Forested Watersheds.
    PB93-141521/REB
    Role of Nitrate in the Acidification of Streams in the Cats-
    kill Mountains of New York.
    PB93-150167/REB
STRUCTURAL ENGINEERING
    Shoreline Erosion Control Using Marsh Vegetation  and
    Low-Cost Structures.
    PB93-142420/REB
SUBSURFACE INVESTIGATIONS
    Surfactants and Subsurface Remediation.
    PB93-149854/REB
SUFFOLK COUNTY (NEW YORK)
    Field  Experiences VOC  and Pesticide Removal Using
    GAC Suffolk County, New York.
    PB93-131571/REB
SULFATE PULPING
    Model Pollution  Prevention Plan for the Kraft Segment of
    the Pulp and Paper Industry.
    PB93-14560S/REB
    Pollution Prevention for the Kraft Pulp and Paper Indus-
    PB93-145613/REB
SULFATES
    Air-Drying and Pretreatment Effects on Soil Sulfate Son>
    tioa
    PB93-141554/REB
SULFUR ISOTOPES
    Stable  Sulfur  Isotopes of Sulfate in Precipitation and
    Stream Solutions in a Northern Hardwood Watershed.
    PB93-141562/REB
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                                                                    KEYWORD  INDEX
SUPERFUNO
    Superfund Accelerated Cleanup Model (SACM). Volume
    1. Number 4, November 1992.
    PB92-963287/REB
    Hazard Ranking System Guidance Manual.
    PB92-963377/REB
    Superfund at Wortc Hazardous Waste Cleanup Efforts
    Nationwide,  Fat  1992.  (Valley  of  the  Drums,  Bullitt
             18
    Superfund at Wortc Hazardous Waste Cleanup Efforts
    Nationwide,  Fal 1992.  (American Thermostat  Corpora-
    tion. New York).
    PB92-963627/REB
    Superfund at Wortc Hazardous Waste Cleanup Efforts
    Nationwide.  Fal 1992.  (Wide  Beach Section of Brant.
    New York).
    PB92-963628/REB
    Superfund at Wortc Hazardous Waste Cleanup Efforts
    Nationwide.  Fal 1992.  (Krysowaty Farm, HJHsborough.
    New Jersey).
    PB92-963629/REB
    Superfund at Woric Hazardous Waste Cleanup Efforts
    Nationwide,  Fal 1992.  (Cba-Geigy Corporation. Mdn-
    «J , t  11,^    V
    •osn. Aiaoarna).
    PB92-963630/REB
    Solvent Extraction  Processes:  A Survey  of Systems  in
    the SITE Program.
    PB93-131795/REB
    Innovative Treatment Technologies: Semiannual Status
    Report (Fourth Edition).
    PB93-133387/REB
    Air/Supertund National Technical Guidance Study Series:
    Appfcabtty of Open Path Monitors for Superfund.
    PB93-138154/REB
    Plot- Scale kKaieiation  of  Contaminated Sludges from
    OM BotonvNobel Superfund Site.
    PB93-141034/REB
    Smal  Systems  Meet Superfund Challenge wtth Pokit-of-
    Entry Tiwftnonl Untts.
    PB93-141109/REB
    OSWER Source Book. Volume 1. Training and Technolo-
    gy Transfer neeouroei.  1992-1993.
    PB93-143980/RE8
    OSWER Source Book. Volume 2. Training and Technolo-
    gy Transfer Resources.  1992-1993.
    PB93-144129/REB
    Guidance on Implementation of the Superfund Acceler-
    ated  Cleanup Model (SACM)  under CERCLA and the
    NCR.
    PB93-963252/REB
    Superfund Progress: Fat/Winter 1992.
    PB93-9632S4/REB
    Superfund Progress. Aficionado's Version. Progress as of
    September 30, 1992.
    PB93J963255/REB
    Superfund Records  of Decision  Update.  Volume  7.
    Number 2. November 1992.
    PB93-0632S6/REB
    Htahfghts: Superfund Program Management Fiscal Year
    1993.
    PB93-963261/REB
    Superfund Record of Decision (EPA Region 2): Ramapo
    Land*  Site.  Roddand County. NY.  (First Remedial
    Action). March 1992.
    PB93-W3a01SREB
    Superfund Record of Decision (EPA Region 3): U.S. De-
    fense General  Supply  Center. (Operabfe  Unit 5). Rich-
    mond. VA. (Fist Remedial Action), March 1992.
    PB93-963901/REB
    Superfund Record of Decision (EPA Region 3): Raymark
    Ste. Operable UnR 1, Montgomery County, PA. (First Re-
    rnsdM Action), December 1991.
    PB93-9639Q2/REB
    Superfund Record of Decision (EPA Region 3): Dublin
    Water Supply. Bucks County, PA. (First Remedial Action).
    December 1991.
    PB93-963903/REB
    Superfund Record of Decision (EPA Region 3): MW Man-
    ufacturing SIM. Montour County, PA. (Subsequent Reme-
     .....    Junc1992.
     Superfund Record of Decision (EPA Region 5): Grand
     Traverse Overal Supply Site, GrefecfcvHe. ML (Firm) Re-
     madM Acton). February 1992.
     PB93-964101/REB
     Superfund Record of Decision (EPA Region 5): Midco II.
     Gary.  M. (First  RemadM Action). (Amendment).  Apr!
     1992.
     PB93-984102/REB
     Superfund Record  of  Dadaion (EPA Region 5):  Twin
     CMes  AF Reeerve  (SAR LandM). MN.  (First  Remedial
     Acton). March 1992.
     PB93JM4103/REB
         Municipal LandH.  Columbus,  IN. (First RemerJal
     Action). March 1992.
     PB93-864104/REB
     Superfund Record of Decision (EPA Region 9): Westtng-
     house Electric (Sunnyvale Plant), Sunnyvale, CA.  (First
     RemedW Acton), October 1991.
     PB93-964501/REB
 SUPERFUND ACCELERATED CLEANUP MODEL
     Superfund Accelerated Cleanup Model (SACM). Volume
     1. Nun*er 4. November 1992.
     PB92-963287/REB
   Guidance on Implementation of the Superfund Acceler-
   ated Cleanup Model (SACM) under CERCLA and  the
   NCR
   PB93-963252/REB
   Exercising FlexbiHy through the Superfund Accelerated
   Cleanup Model (SACM).
   PB93-9632S3/REB
SUPERFUND INNOVATIVE TECHNOLOGY EVALUATION
PROGRAM
   SITE-Emerging Technologies: Laser Induced Photochem-
   ical Oxidative Destruction of Toxic Organics in Leachates
   and Groundwaters.
   PB93-131431/REB
   Babcock and VWcox Cyclone Furnace Vitrification. Tech-
   nology Demonstration Summary.
   PB95-145621/REB
   Horsehead Resource Development Company, Inc., Flame
   Reactor Technology. Technology Demonstration Summa-
        i-145639/REB
    Control Technology:  1992 Update of U.S. EPA's Super-
    fund Innovative technology Evaluation (SITE) Emerging
    Technology Program.
    PB93-150159/REB
SUPERFUNO PROGRAM
    OSWER Superfund Telephone Directory.
    PB92-9S3289/REB
    Health Effects Assessment Summary Tables.
    PB93-921100/REB
SURFACE CHEMISTRY
    Behavior of Metals in Sols.
    PB93-131480/REB
SURFACE WATERS
    Trace  Organic Contaminants in Anthropogenically Acidi-
    fied Surface Waters.
    PB93-135689/REB
    Environmental  Monitoring  and  Assessment Program,
    EMAP-Surface Waters: A Northeast Lakes Pilot
    PB93-135747/REB
SURFACTANTS
    Surfactants and Subsurface Remediation.
    PB93-149S54/REB
SURVEYS
    Modification of Point Counts for  Surveying Cropland
    Bird*.
    PB93-1 56040/REB
T-LYMPHOCYTE OENE REARRANGEMENT
    V(DW Reoombkiase-Meclated Deletion of the 'hprt' Gene
    in T-Lymphocytes from Aduft Humans.
    PB93-141216/REB
    Large  Deletions are Tolerated at the Tiprf Locus of In
    vivo Derived Human T-Lymphocytes.
    PB93-141224/REB
TCDO
    Mechanisms of TCDD-lnduction  of  Cleft Palate: Insights
    from In vivo and In vitro  Approaches.
    PB93-141414/REB
TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE
    Technical Assistance Document Corrosion, Its Detection
    and Control in  Injection Wells.
    PB93-115S97/REB
TECHNOLOGY INNOVATION
    Synopses of Federal Demonstrations of Innovative Site
    Remedtetion Technologies.
    PB93-144111/REB
    Technologies  and Options for UST Corrective Actions:
    Overview of Current Practice.
    PB93-145589/REB
    Babcock and Wfcox Cyclone Furnace Vitrification. Tech-
    nology Demonstration Summary.
    PB93-1 45621 /REB
    Horsehead Resource Development Company. Inc., Flame
    Reactor Technology. Technology Dunmttliation Summa-
    PB93-145639/REB
    Control Technology: 1992 Update of U.S. EPA's Super-
    fund InnovaWe Technology Evaluation (SITE) Emerging
    Technology Program.
    PB93-1S0159/REB
 TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER
    OSWER Source Book. Volume 1. Training and Technolo-
    gy Transfer Resources, 1992-1993.
    PB93-143980/REB
    OSWER Source Book. Volume 2. Training and Technolo-
    gy Transfer Resources, 1992-1993.
    PB93-144129/REB
    Potential fa Joint Research between EPA and the U.S.
    Army.
    PB93-149227/REB
 TELEPHONE SETS
    OSWER Superfund Telephone Directory.
    PB92-963289/REB
 TEMPERATURE MEASUREMENT
    Relationship between Water Temperatures and Air Tem-
    peratures for Central U.S. Streams.
    PB93-135655/REB
 TERATOOENIC COMPOUNDS
    Mechanisms of TCDWnductton of Cleft Palate: Insights
    from In vivo and In vitro Approaches.
    PB93-141414/REB
 TERATOLOGY
    Review  of the Literature on  Potential Reproductive and
    Developmental Toxicity of Electric and Magnetic Fields.
    PB93-141307/REB
TERRESTRIAL ECOSYSTEMS
    Effects of  UV-B  and Global Climate Change on Rice:
    First Annual Program Progress Report
    PB93-135622/REB
    Soil-Mediated Effects of Atmospheric Deposition on East-
    em U.S. Spruce-Fir Forests.
    PB93-141125/REB
    Characterization of Eastern U.S. Spruce-Fir Soils.
    PB93-141133/REB

TEST CHAMBERS
    Characterization of Environmental Chambers for Evaluat-
    ing Microbial Growth on Building Materials.
    PB93-131597/REB
TETRACHLORODIBENZODIOXIN
    Mechanisms of TCDD-lnduction of Cleft Palate: Insights
    from In vivo and In vitro Approaches.
    PB93-141414/REB

THERMAL CONDUCTIVITY
    Vertical Diffusion in Small Stratified Lake: Data and Error
    Analysis.
    PB93-149185/REB

TIDEWATER
    Restoration of the  Salmon River Salt  Marshes: Retro-
    spect and Prospect
    PB93-143709/REB

TOBACCO
    Mteronudei and Other Nuclear Anomalies in  Buccal
    Smears: A Field Test in Snuff Users.
    PB93-14144S/REB
    Mteronudei and Other Nuclear Anomalies in  Buccal
    Smears: Methods Development
    PB93-141455/REB

TOBACCO SMOKE POLLUTION
    Respiratory Health Effects of Passive Smoking: Lung
    Cancer and Other Disorders.
    PB93-134419/REB

TOXIC SUBSTANCES
    RED Facts: Ethytene.
    PB93-100345/REB
    Mutagenicrry of Organic Emissions from Unvented Kero-
    sene >leaters in a Chamber Study.
    PB93-141489/REB
    Pesticide Fact Sheet Number 20.2: Amitrole.
    PB93-144368/REB
    Pesticide Fact Sheet Number 20.1: Amitrole.
    PB93-149680/REB
    Toxic Release Inventory (TRI). 1987-1990 (on CD-ROM).
    PB93-S00742/REB

TOXICITY
    Periphyton Photosynthesis as an Indicator of Effluent
    Toxicity: Relationship to Effects on Animal Test Species.
    P893-131829/REB
    Paraoxon Toxicity Is Not Potentiated by Prior Reduction
    in Blood Acetytcholinesterase.
    PB93-141265/REB
    Direct Effects of Ethane Dimethanesulphonate on Epidi-
    dymal Function in Adult Rats. An In vitro Demonstration.
    PB93-141281/REB
    Ghitamate Neurotoxictty in the Developing Rat Cochlea is
    Antagonized by Kynurenic Acid and MK-801.
    PB93-141349/REB
    Hepatotoxic Interactions of Ethanol with Ally) Alcohol or
    Carbon Tetrachloribe in Rats.
    PB93-141422/REB
    Application of a Wheat Seedling Assay for Detecting An-
    euptoidy Induced by N-Etrryl-N-Nitrosourea and 4-Nitrc-
    quinoline-1 -Oxide.
    PB93-141463/REB
    Proceedings: Tiered Testing Issues for Freshwater and
    Marine Sediments. Held in Washington, DC. on Septem-
    ber 16-18,1992.
    PB93-152619/REB

TOXICOLOGY
    Health Advisory for Zinc Chloride.
    PB93-136620/REB
    Subacute  Ethanol  Consumption Reverses p-Xytene-ln-
    duced Decreases in Axonal Transport
    PB93-141240/REB
    DMA  Adducts and Induction of Sister Chromatid Ex-
    changes in the Rat Following Benzo(b)-Fluoranthene Ad-
    mnistrstion.
    PB93-141372/REB
    Behavioral Development Following Daily  Episodes  of
    Mother-Infant Separation in the Rat
     PB93-141406/R—
     Mechanisms of TCDD-lnduction of Cleft Palate: Insights
     from In vivo and In vitro Approaches.
     PB93-141414/REB
     Correlation between Chemical Suppression  of Natural
     Killer CeO Activity in Mice and Susceptibility to Cytomega-
     lovkus: Rationale for Applying Murine Cytomegatowus as
     a Host Resistance Model and for Interpreting Tmmunotox-
     icity Testing in Terms of Risk of Disease.
     PB93-141430/REB
     In vitro Mammalian Mutagenesis as a Model for Genetic
     Lesions in Human Cancer.
     PB93-141471/REB
     Report of the Neurotoxicity Risk Assessment Guidelines
     Peer  Review Workshop. Held in  Washington, DC. on
     June 2-3.1992.
     PB93-146918/REB
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TRADESCANTIA
    Application of the Tradescantia micronucteus' Assay for
    the Genetic Evaluation of Chemical Mixtures in Soil and
    Aqueous Media.
    PB93-141380/REB
TRAINING
    OSWER Source Book. Volume 1. Training and Technolo-
    gy Transfer Resources, 1992-1993.
    PB93-143980/REB
    OSWER Source Book. Volume 2. Training and Technolo-
    gy Transfer Resources, 1992-1993.
    PB93-144129/REB
TRAINING DEVICES
    Superfund Progress: Fall/Winter 1992.
    PB93-963254/REB
TRANSPORT THEORY
    Exact Peak Capturing and Oscillation-Free  Scheme to
    Solve Advection-Dispersion Transport Equations.
    PB93-131845/REB
TRET1NOIN
    Mechanisms of TCDD-lnduction of deft Palate: Insights
    from In vivo and In vitro Approaches.
    PB93-141414/REB
TRI (TOXIC RELEASE INVENTORY)
    Toxic Release Inventory (TRI), 1987-1990 (on CD-ROM).
    PB93-500742/REB
TROPOSPHERE
    Determination of Rates of Reaction in the Gas-Phase in
    the Troposphere. Theory and Practice. 5. Rate of Indirect
    Photoreaction.
    PB93-149334/REB
ULTRAVIOLET RADIATION
    Effects of  UV-B and Global Climate Change  on Rice:
    First Annual Program Progress Report
    PB93-135622/REB
UNCERTAINTY
    Uncertainties in Countrywide Forest Btomass Estimates.
    P893-149250/HEB
UNDERGROUND STORAGE
    Technologies and Options for UST Corrective  Actions:
    Overview of Current Practice.
    PB93-145589/RE8
UNITED STATES
    Quality Assurance Reid  Operations Report for trie Pilot
    Study Evaluating the Habitat Value of Wetland Treatment
        M34682/REB
    Characterizing the Distribution of Observed Precipitation
    and Runoff over the Continental United States.
    PB93-141570/REB
    PR Notice B7-5.  Notice to Manufacturers, Formulators
    and Registrants of Pesticides.
    PB93-144087/REB
    Enabling  Document for Regulations Governing Compli-
    ance Extensions  for Early Reductions of Hazardous Air
    Pollutants.
    PB93-147007/REB
    National Emission Standards for Hazardous Air Pollutants
    Compliance Extensions for Early Reductions: Background
    Information for Promulgated Standards.
    PB93-149425/REB
    Hazardous Air Pollutant Emissions from Process Units in
    the Synthetic Organic Chemical Manufacturing Industry:
    Background Information for Proposed Standards. Volume
    1A. National Impacts Assessment
    PB93-156552/REB
 URBAN AREAS
    Generation of Mutagenic Transformation Products during
    the Irradiation of Simulated Urban Atmospheres.
    PB93-141208/REB
    Aerosol Acidity  Characterization  of Large  Metropolitan
    Areas:  Pilot and Planning for Philadelphia.
    PB93-149177/REB
 US EPA
    Environmental Monitoring  Methods Index.  Version  1.0
    Software. User's Manual.
    PB92-169646/REB
    OAOS  Control Cost Manual (Fourth Edition), Supplement
    2.
    PB93-138147/REB
    Federal Policies and Technological Problem-Solving.
    PB93-142107/REB
    PR Notice 87-8. Notice to Manufacturers,  Formulators,
    Distributors, and Registrants of Pesticides.
    PB93-147015/REB
    PR Notice 87-9. Notice to Pesticide Applicants, Regis-
    trants and Petitioners.
    PB93-149151/REB
    PR Notice 87-10. Notice to Pesticide Applicants, Regis-
    trants and Petitioners.
    PB93-149169/REB
    Highlights of  the EPA Innovative Regulatory Strategies
    Workshop: Market-Based  Incentives  and other Innova-
    tions for Air Pollution Control. Summary of Workshop Dis-
    cussion Sessions. Held in  Washington, DC. on January
    15-17,1992.
    PB93-150290/REB
    Environmental Protection  Agency  Civil  Enforcement
    Docket
    PB93-921700/REB
 USER MANUALS
    Investigation of Inappropriate Pollutant Entries into Storm
    Drainage Systems: A User's Guide.
    PB93-131472/REB
                                                                     KEYWORD  INDEX
USER MANUALS (COMPUTER PROGRAMS)
    User's Guide to Flexible Membrane Liner Advisory Expert
    System: Flex Version 3.0.
    PB93-134872/REB
V (D)J RECOMBINASE
    V(D)J Recombinase-Mediated Deletion of the 'hprt1 Gene
    in T-Lymphocytes from Adult Humans.
    PB93-141216/REB
VEGETATION ESTABLISHMENT
    Shoreline Erosion Control Using Marsh Vegetation and
    Low-Cost Structures.
    PB93-142420/REB
VITRIFICATION
    Babcock and Wilcox Cyclone Furnace Vitrification. Tech-
    nology Demonstration Summary.
    PB93-145621/RE8
VOLATILE ORGANIC COMPOUNDS
    Column Vapor Extraction Experiments on Gasoline Con-
    taminated Soil.
    PB93-131514/REB
    Field Experiences  VOC and Pesticide Removal  Using
    GAC Suffolk County, New York.
    PB93-131571/REB
    Novel Approach for Gathering Data on Solvent Cleaning.
    PB93-142115/REB
    Volatile Organic Sampling Train Soot Interference Report.
    PB93-144145/REB
    Characterization of Organic  Emission from a Wood Fin-
    ishing Product-Wood Stain.
    PB9&150100/REB
    Control Techniques for Volatile Organic Compound Emis-
    sions from Stationary Sources, December 1992.
    PB93-150258/REB
    Hazardous Air Pollutant Emissions from Process Units in
    the Synthetic Organic Chemical Manufacturing  Industry:
    Background Information for Proposed Standards. Volume
    1A. National Impacts Assessment
    PB93-156552/REB
    Hazardous Air Pollutant Emissions from Process Units in
    the Synthetic Organic Chemical Manufacturing  Industry:
    Background Information for Proposed Standards. Volume
    1B. Control  Technologies.
    PB93-156S60/REB
    Hazardous Air Pollutant Emissions from Process Units in
    the Synthetic Organic Chemical Manufacturing  Industry:
    Background Information for Proposed Standards. Volume
    1C. Model Emission Sources.
    PB93-156578/REB
    Compilation of Air Pollutant  Emission Factors. Volume 1.
    Stationary Point and Area Sources. Supplement E.
    PB93-157105/REB
    Method  524. Measurement  of  Puraeable Organic Com-
    pounds in Drinking Water by Gas Cnrornatography/Mass

    PB93M57931/RE8
WASTE DISPOSAL
    Technical Assistance Document Corrosion, Its Detection
    and Control in Injection Wells.
    PB93-115897/REB
    Development of Good Combustion Practice for Municipal
    Waste Combustors.
    PB93-131613/REB
    Small Systems Meet Superfund Challenge with Point-of-
    Entry Treatment Units.
    PB93-141109/REB
    Evaluation of POHC and PIC Screening Methods.
    PB93-144137/REB
    Volatile Organic Sampling Train Soot Interference Report
    PB93-144145/REB
    DNAPL Site Evaluation.
    PB93-150217/REB
    Superfund Record of Decision  (EPA Region 2): Ramapo
    Landfill  Site. Rockland  County, NY.  (First  Remedial
    Action),  March 1992.
    PB93-963801/REB
    Superfund Record of Decision  (EPA Region 3): U.S. De-
    fense General Supply Center,  (Operable  Unit  5), Rich-
    mond, VA. (First Remedial Action), March 1992.
    PB93-963901/REB
    Superfund  Record of Decision (EPA Region 3):  Dublin
    Water Supply, Bucks County, PA. (First Remedial Action),
    December 1991.
    PB93-963903/REB
    Superfund Record of Decision (EPA Region 3): MW Man-
    ufacturing Site, Montour County, PA. (Subsequent Reme-
    dial Action), June 1992.
    PB93-963904/REB
    Superfund  Record of Decision (EPA Region  5): Grand
    Traverse Overall Supply Site, Greilickville, Ml. (Fffst Re-
    medial Action), February 1992.
    PB93-964101/REB
    Superfund Record of Decision  (EPA Region 5): Midco II,
    Gary, IN. (First Remedial  Action),  (Amendment), April
     1992.
    PB93-964102/REB
    Superfund  Record  of Decision (EPA  Region  5): Twin
    Cities AF Reserve (SAR Landfill),  MN. (First  Remedial
    Action), March 1992.
    PB93-964103/REB
    Superfund Record of Decision (EPA Region 5): Columbus
    Old Municipal  Landfill, Columbus,  IN. (First  Remedial
    Action), March 1992.
    PB93-964104/REB
    Superfund Record of  Decision  (EPA Region 9): Westing-
    house Electric (Sunnyvale  Plant), Sunnyvale,  CA. (First
    Remedial Action). October 1991.
     PB93-964501/REB
                         WASTE MINIMIZATION


WASTE MANAGEMENT
    Index  to the Monthly Hotline Report Questions (June
    1982 to December 1991).
    PB92-131374/REB
    Superfund Accelerated Cleanup Modal (SACM). Volume
    1, Number 4, November 1992.
    PB92-963287/REB
    Hazard Ranking System Guidance Manual.
    PB92-963377/REB
    Superfund at Work: Hazardous Waste Cleanup Efforts
    Nationwide,  Fall  1992.  (Valley  of the Drums, Bullitt
    County, Kentucky).
    PB92-963618/REB
    Superfund at Work: Hazardous Waste Cleanup Efforts
    Nationwide,  Fall 1992.  (American Thermostat Corpora-
    tion, New York).
    PB92-963627/REB
    Superfund at Work: Hazardous Waste Cleanup Efforts
    Nationwide,  Fall 1992.  (Wide Beach Section  of Brant
    New York).
    PB92-963628/REB
    Superfund at Work: Hazardous Waste Cleanup Efforts
    Nationwide,  Fall 1992. (Krysowaty  Farm,  Hillsborough,
    New Jersey).
    PB92-963629/REB
    Superfund at Work: Hazardous Waste Cleanup Efforts
    Nationwide,  Fall 1992. (Ciba-Geigy Corporation, Mcln-
    tosh, Alabama).
    PB92-963630/REB
    Opportunities for the  Use of Geosynthetics  in Waste
    Management Facilities.
    PB93-131670/REB
    Techniques  for the Fabrication of Geomembrane Filled
    Seams.
    PB93-131878/REB
    RCHA Ground-Water Monitoring:  Draft Technical Guid-
    ance.
    PB93-139350/REB
    OSWER Source Book. Volume 1. Training and Technolo-
    gy Transfer  Resources,  1992-1993.
    PB93-143980/REB
    OSWER Source Book. Volume 2. Training and Technolo-
    gy Transfer  Resources,  1992-1993.
    PB93-144129/REB
    Effects of  Livestock Wastes on Small Illinois Streams:
    Lower Kaskaskia River Basin and Upper Little Wabash
    River  Basins, Summer 1991.
    PB93-144277/REB
    Guidelines for Developing Risk-Based Cleanup Levels at
    RCRA Sites in Region 10.
    PB93-145662/REB
    Pollution  Prevention  Opportunity Assessment USDA
    Beltsville Agricultural Research Center.
    PB93-146843/REB
    Pollution Prevention Opportunity Assessment Manufac-
    turing and  Fabrication Repair Laboratory at Sandia Na-
    tional Laboratories.
    PB93-146868/REB
    Pollution Prevention Opportunity Assessment Geochem-
    istry Laboratory, Sandia National Laboratories.
    PB93-146900/REB
    U.S. EPA's  QA/QC Program  for Waste Management Fa-
    cilities. Proceedings of the GRI Seminar (6th), MQC/MQA
    and CQC/CQA of Geosynthetics. Held in Philadelphia,
    Pennsylvania on December 10-11,1992.
    PB93-149219/REB
    Potential for Joint Research  between  EPA and the U.S.
    Army.
    PB93-149227/REB
    Control Technology: 1992 Update of U.S.  EPA's Super-
    fund  Innovative Technology  Evaluation (SITE) Emerging
    Technology Program.
    PB93-150159/REB
    Economic Impacts of RCRA Regulations on the Plating
    and Polishing Industry.
    PB93-158988/REB
    Organic  Contract  Compliance   Screening   System
    (OCCSS) Software (OLM01.8 Version 3) (for Microcom-
    puters).
    PB93-500270/REB
    Inorganic   Contract  Compliance  Screening  System
    (ICCSS) Software (ILM02.1 Version 2) (for Microcomput-
    ers).
    PB93-500288/REB
    Toxic Release Inventory (TRI), 1987-1990 (on CD-ROM).
    PB93-500742/REB
    Guidance on Implementation of the Superfund Acceler-
    ated  Cleanup  Model  (SACM)  under  CERCLA and the
    NCP.
    PB93-963252/REB
    Exercising  Flexibility through the  Superfund Accelerated
    Cleanup Model (SACM).
    PB93-963253/REB
    Superfund Progress: Fall/Winter 1992.
    PB93-963254/REB
    Superfund Progress. Aficionado's Version. Progress as of
    September  30,1992.
    PB93-963255/REB
    Superfund  Records of  Decision  Update.  Volume  7,
    Number 2,  November 1992.
    PB93-963256/REB

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    On-Site Waste Ink Recycling: Technology  Evaluation
    Report
    PB93-141026/REB
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                                                                    KEYWORD  INDEX
    Potution  Prevention Opportunity Assessment  USOA
    BettsvDe Agricultural Research Center.
    PB93-146843/REB
WASTE RECYCLING
    Ovate Waste Ink Reeyeftng: Technology Evaluation
    Report
    PB93-141026/REB
WASTE TREATMENT
    Hazardous Waste Management
    PB93-116135/REB
    Solvent Extraction  Processes: A Survey of Systems in
    the SITE Program.
    PB93-131795/REB
    Innovalive Treatment Technologies: SemhAmual Status
    Report (Fourth Edrbon).
    PB93-133387/REB
    Plot-Scale Incineration  of  Contaminated Sludges from
    the Bofors-Nobel Superfund Site.
    PBB3-141034/REB
    Synopeesof ftdarai Demonstrations of Innovative Site
    Rsmeolalion TechnolooioB.
    PB93-144111/REB
    Horsehead Resource Development Company. I..
    Reactor Technology. Technology Demonstration
        M4S639/REB
    Superfund Record of Decision (EPA Region 2): Ramapo
    Land* Site.  RocUand  County,  NY. (First Remedfel
    Action), March 1992.
    PB93-963801SREB
    Superfund Record of Decision (EPA Region 3): U.S. De-
    fense  General Supply Center, (Operable Unit 5), Rich-
    mond. VA. (Fkst Remeolal Action), March 1992.
    PB93-963901/REB
WASTE UTBJZATON
    Advacate-Low-Cost Process for SO2 Control.
    PB93-141117/REB
WASTE WATER
    Technical Outdance Manual  for Performing Waste Load
    Alocstions. Book 3: Estuaries. Part 4: Critical Review of
    Coastal Embayment and Estuarine Waste toad  Atoca-
    bon Modeing.
    PB83-144202/REB
    Technical Guidance Manual  tor Performing Waste Load
    Atocetions. Book 3: Estuaries. Part  3. Use of  Mixing
    Zone Modeh In Eskjahne Waste Load ARocations.
    PB93-1457O4/REB
WASTE WATER SOUOS
    SorpDon of Toxic Organic Compounds on Wastewater
    SofcteMecharnm and Modeing.
    PB93-150191/REB
WATER ANALYSIS
    Manoal for the  CenMcation of  Laboratories Analyzing
    Drinking Water. Criteria and Procedures Quatty  Assur-
    ance (Third Edtton).
    PB93-14S688/REB
WATER CHEWSTRY
    Organic AoxJty in Maine (U.SX) Lakes and in HUMEX
    late SkjervatjernfNorway).
    PB93-14116B/REB
    Chemistry of  Dissolved  Organic  Carbon  and Organic
    Adds to two Streams Draining Forested Watersheds.
    PB93-141521/REB
WATER FLOW
    Technical Guidance Manual tar Performing '
    Atocaaons. Book 3: Estuaries. Part 4: Critical Review of
    Coastal Embayment and Estuarine Waste Load Atoca-
    non Modeing.
    PB93-144202/REB
    Technical Guidance Manual for Performing Waste Load
    Afecaoons.  Book 3: Estuaries. Part a Use of  Mixing
    Zone Models in Estuarine Waste Load ABocations.
    PB93-1457O4/REB
WATER POLLUTANTS
    Health Effects of Arsenc in  Dmkng Waton Research
    PB93-141331/REB
WATER POLLUTION
    DatneaKm of Weenesd Protection Areas in Fractured
    Hocks.
    PB93-115822/REB              ..^.,.
    cVttuKbon of Sowos Tsnn Inttul Conditions for Modofcno
    leactnte Migration from Landffc.
    PB99-131464VREB
    Annual Report of National Park Marine Debris Mentoring
    Program: 1991 Marine Debris Surveys with  Summary of
    Data from 1988 to 1991.
    PB93-132S87/REB
    flalattonshlp between Water Temperatures and Air Tem-
    perakjres for Central US. Streams.
    PBflj-tjSpSS/rlcri
    Goinpsnson of Episode Adjinciitton in Csnsds. Europo
    and •wlMted States.
    PB93-135754/REB
    SbBtegic Assessment of Near Coastal Waters: Northeast
    Case Study
    PB93-13S521/REB
                of East Coast Estuaries to Nutrient Dis-
           Abemarta/Pamico Sound to Kscayne Bay.
                                                           Mineral Dissolution Rates: A Comparison of Laboratory
                                                           and Field Studies.
                                                           PB93-141182/REB
                                                           Chemistry of Dissolved Organic Carbon  and Organic
                                                           Acids in Two Streams Draining Forested Watersheds.
                                                           PB93-141521/REB
                                                           Basic Concepts of Contaminant Sorption.
                                                           PB93-146835/REB
                                                           DNAPL Site Evaluation.
                                                           PB93-1S0217/REB
                                                           Publications Office of Science and Technology: Catalog.
                                                           PB93-152577/REB
                                                           EPA (Environmental Protection Agency) Publications Bfc-
                                                                  y. Quarterly Abstract Bufetin.
                                                                  4200/REB
                                                        WATER POLLUTION ABATEMENT
                                                           Technical Assistance Document Corrosion. Its Detection
                                                           and Control in Injection Weds.
                                                           PB93-115897/REB
                                                           Analysis of Potential Trade-Offs in Regulation of Disinfec-
                                                           tion By-products,
                                                           PB93-134344/REB
                                                           Draft Ground-Water Disinfection Rule.
                                                           PB93-134331/REB
                                                           Framework for Decision Making: An EPA Perspective.
                                                           PB93-134369/REB
                                                           Simulation of Compliance Choices for the Disinfection
                                                           By-Products Regulatory Impact Analysis.
                                                           PB93-134385/REB
                                                           Status Report on Analytical Methods to Support the Dis-
                                                           infectant/Disinfection By-Products Regulation.
                                                           PB93-13489B/REB
                                                           Status Report on the  Development of Draft MCLGs for
                                                           Disinfectants and Byproducts.
                                                           P893-134906/REB
                                                           Status Report on Development of Regulations for Disin-
                                                           fectants and Disinfection By-Products.
                                                           PB93-134914/REB
                                                           Tschnotooiss snd Costs for Control of Disinfection By*
                                                           Products. ExocutnM Summsfy.
                                                           P893-134922/REB
                                                           Quality Assurance Project Plan:  1991  EMAP Wetlands
                                                           Southeastern Plot Study.
                                                           PB93-141067/REB
                                                           Municipal Water Pollution Prevention Bttfography: 1992.
                                                           the Year of dean Water. Celebration and Commitment
                                                           PB93-1410B3/REB
                                                           dean Water Act (Section 319): An Evaluation of Program
                                                           Implementation in Region 10.
                                                                H45654/REB
                                                           Wctsronod  Mwiapulfltion  Projoct  Flora  ImptonwotHtioo
                                                           Plan for 1990-1 992.
                                                           PB93-149748/REB
                                                           Episode Response  Project-Northern  Appalachian Pla-
                                                           teau: Site DesaioUuii and Methodology.
                                                           PB93-149755/REB
                                                        WATER POLLUTION CONTROL
                                                           SITE-Emerging Technologies: Laser Induced Photochem-
                                                           ical Ondativo Destruction of Toxic Organics in Leachates
                                                           and Groundwaters.
                                                           PB93-131431/REB
                                                                                finlo Pottutsnt Entnos into Storm
Drainage Systems: A User's Guide.
PB93-131472/REB
AppicaiiOM of Isothoiins for Predictions of GAC Perfornv
snoK A PrBfimnwy AnslysaS.
PB93-131555/REB
Design for Total Organics Removal at Cincinnati.
PB9&131563/REB
Field Experiences VOC  and Pesticide Removal Using
GAC Suffok County, New York.
PB93-131S71/REB
Exporimontdl Exsminstion of Integrated  Sol V&por Ex-
frscftoii i ochniouos,
PB93-131738/REB
Technologies and Costs for Control of Disinfection By-
products:  Executive Summary.
PB93-134922/REB
Water Treatment Plant Simulation Program. Version 1.21,
User's Manual
PB93-134948/REB
Restoration of the Anacostia River.
PB93-136364/REB
Municipal  Water Pcaution Prevention Btxtography: 1992,
the Year of Clean Water. Celebration and Commitment
PB93-1410S3/REB
Appied Geologic, Microbiological, and Engineering Con-
straints of hvs&BTEX Bioremeolation.
PB93-141513/REB
Recovery  of the Highly Acktted Cloarwator Lake Water-
shed.  Ontario.  Canada. Simulated with the  IL  WAS
    chara
    caraes:   emaa
    PB93-136S01/REB
    SusceptMiy of East  Coast  Estuaries to Nutrient Dis-
    charges: Passamaquoddy Bay to Chesapeake Bay.
    Organic Acidity in Maine (USX) Lakes and ki HUMEX
PB93-141547/REB
Proceedsigs of the 1969 Midwest Position Control Biolo-
gists Mooting. Held in Chicago, IKnois on February 14-17,

PB93-143691/REB
Technical Guidance Manual for Performing Waste Load
AlocaSons. Book 3: Estuaries. Part 4: Critical Review of
Coastal Embayment and Estuarine Waste Load  Alloca-
tion Modeing.
PB93-144202/REB
Restoration  Potential of Dfced Estuarine  Wetlands in
Washington and Oregon. Phase 2:  Identification of Candi-
date Sites in Puget Sound.
P993-145597/REB
    Technical Guidance Manual for Performing Waste Load
    Allocations. Book 3:  Estuaries. Part 3. Use  of  Mixing
    Zone Models in Estuarine Waste Load Allocations.
    PB93-145704/REB
    Proceedings of the Midwest Pollution  Control Biologists
    Meeting. 1991. Environmental  Indicators: Measurement
    and Assessment Endpoints. Held in LJncolnwood, Illinois
    on March 19-22, 1991.
    PB93-145712/REB
    In-situ Bioremediation  of Ground Water.
    PB93-146850/REB
    Surfactants and Subsurface Remediation.
    PS93-149854/REB
    Comparative Resistance of 'Escherichia coli' and Entero-
    cocci to Chtorinatkxi.
    PB93-150126/REB
    Cost Effectiveness Analysis  of Effluent Guidelines and
    Standards for the Aluminum Forming Category.
    PB93-156107/REB
WATER POLLUTION DETECTION
    Rapid Measurement of  Aqueous Hydroxyl Radical Con-
    centrations in Steady-State HO  Flux Systems.
    PB93-131779/REB
    Manual  for the Certification of  Laboratories  Analyzing
    Drinking  Water. Criteria and Procedures Quality  Assur-
    ance (Third Edition).
    PB93-145688/REB
WATER POLLUTION EFFECTS
    Transformation of Carbon Tetrachtoride in the Presence
    of Sulfide, Biotite. and Vermiculite.
    P893-135713/REB
    Biological Sinks  for  Nitrogen  Additions to a Forested
    Catchment
    PB93-141174/REB
    Proceedings of the National Workshop on Biological Cri-
    teria (1st). Held in Uncolnwood. Illinois on December 2-4,
    1987.
    PB93-143717/REB
    Effects of Livestock  Wastes on Sman Illinois Streams:
    Lower Kaskaskia  River  Basin and Upper Little Wabash
    River Basins. Summer 1991.
    PB93-144277/REB
    Process for Regional Assessment of Wetland Risk.
    PB93-146793/REB
    Proceedings: Tiered Testing Issues for  Freshwater and
    Marine Sedknents. Held in Washington, DC. on Septem-
    ber 16-18.1992.
    PB93-152619/REB
WATER POLLUTION EFFECTS (ANIMALS)
    Periphyton Photosynthesis as  an Indicator of Effluent
    Toxioity: Relationship to  Effects on Animal Test Species.
    PB93-131829/REB
    Comparison of the Effects of Drilling  Fluid on Macro-
    benthic  Invertebrates Associated  with the  Seagrass,
    Thalassia testudmum1, in the Laboratory and Reid.
    PB93-131837/REB
    Development of Index of Biotic Integrity Expectations for
    the Ecoregions of Indiana. I. Central Com Belt Plain.
    P893-149383/REB
WATER POLLUTION EFFECTS (HUMANS)
    Health Advisory for Zinc Chloride.
    PB93-136620/REB
WATER POLLUTION LH-bUIS (PLANTS)
    Periphyton Photosynthesis as  an Indicator of Effluent
    Toxicity: Relationship to  Effects on Animal Test Species.
    PB93-131829/REB
    Application of the Tradescantia rmcronudeus' Assay for
    the Genetic Evaluation of Chemical Mixtures in Soil and
    Aqueous Media.
    PB93-141380/REB
WATER POLLUTION SAMPLING
    Environmental  Monitoring  and  Assessment  Program,
    EMAP-Surface Waters: A Northeast Lakes Pilot
    PB93-135747/REB
    RCRA Ground-Water  Monitoring: Draft Technical  Guid-
    ance.
    PB93-1393SO/REB
    Role of Nitrate in the Acidification of Streams in the Cats-
    kill Mountains of New  York.
    P893-1S0167/REB
WATER POLLUTION SOURCES
    Illinois Water Quality Management Plan.
    PB93-138451 /REB
WATER POLLUTION STANDARDS
    Proceedings of the   National  Conference (3rd):  Water
    Quality  Standards for the 21st Century. Held in Las
    Vegas, Nevada on August 31-September 3.1992.
    PB9CM44210/REB
WATER QUALITY
    Comparison of Episode Acidification in Canada. Europe
    and the United States.
    PB93-13S754/REB
    Health Advisory for Zinc Chloride.
    PB93-136620/REB
    Quaity Assurance Project Plan: 1991  EMAP Wetlands
    Southeastern PSot Study.
    PB93-141067/REB
    Effects  of Livestock  Wastes on Small IHinots Streams:
    Lower Kaskaskia  River  Basin  and Upper Little Wabash
    River Basins, Summer 1991.
    PB93-144277/REB
    Development of Index of Biotic Integrity Expectations for
    the Ecoregions of Indiana. I. Central Com Belt Plain.
    PB93-149383/nEB
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                                                                    KEYWORD  INDEX
                                                                                                                                             ZINC COMPOUNDS
WATER QUALITY CRITERIA
    Proceedings of the National Conference  (3rd): Water
    Quality  Standards  for the 21st Century. Held in Las
    Vegas, Nevada on August 31-September 3, 1992.
    PB93-144210/REB
WATER QUALITY MANAGEMENT
    Quality Assurance Plan for 1991 Pilot Study of the Eco-
    logical Condition of Municipal Wastewater Constructed
    Wetland Treatment Systems.
    PB93-134674/REB
    Restoration of the Anacostia River.
    PB93-136364/REB
    EPA's Ground  Water  and  Drinking  Water  Program:
    Making a Difference.
    PB93-136612/REB
    Illinois Water Quality Management Plan.
    PB93-138451/REB
WATER QUALITY STANDARDS
    Technical Guidance Manual for Performing Waste Load
    Allocations. Book 3: Estuaries. Part 4: Critical Review of
    Coastal Embayment and Estuarine Waste  Load Alloca-
    tion Modeling.
    PB93-144202/REB
    Proceedings of the  National Conference  (3rd):  Water
    Quality  Standards for the 21st Century.  Held in Las
    Vegas, Nevada on August 31-September 3,1992.
    PB93-144210/REB
    Technical Guidance Manual for Performing Waste Load
    Allocations. Book  3: Estuaries.  Part 3. Use of Mixing
    Zone Models in Estuarine Waste Load Allocations.
    PB93-145704/REB
WATER RESOURCES
    Publications Office of Science and Technology. Catalog.
    PB93-152577/REB
WATER SUPPLY
    Method 524.  Measurement of Purgeable Organic Com-
    pounds in Drinking Water by Gas Chromatography/Mass
    Spectrometry.
    PS93-157931/REB
WATER TEMPERATURE
    Water Temperature Characteristics of Lakes Subjected to
    Climate Change.
    PB93-1356487REB
WATER TREATMENT
    Reid Experiences VOC and Pesticide Removal  Using
    GAC Suffolk County. New York.
    PB93-131571/REB
    Analysts of Potential Trade-Offs  in Regulation of Disinfec-
    tion By-Products.
    PB93-134344/REB
    Framework for Decision Making: An EPA Perspective.
    PB93-134369/REB
    Simulation of Compliance Choices  for the Disinfection
    By-Products Regulatory Impact Analysis.
    PB93-134385/REB
    Simulation of Microbial Occurrence, Exposure and Hearth
    Risks after Drinking Water Treatment Processes.
    PB93-134393/REB
    Simulation of Raw Water and Treatment Parameters in
    Support of the   Disinfection  By-Products  Regulatory
    Impact Analysis.
    PB93-134401/REB
    Status Report on Analytical Methods to Support the Dis-
    infectant/Disinfection By-Products Regulation.
    PB93-134898/REB
    Status Report on Development of Regulations for Disin-
    fectants and Disinfection By-Products.
    PB93-134914/REB
    Water Treatment Plant Simulation Program, Version 1.21,
    User's Manual.
    PB93-134948/REB
    Small Systems Meet Superfund  Challenge with Point-of-
    Entry Treatment Units.
    PB93-141109/REB
    Removal of Beryllium from Drinking Water by Chemical
    Coagulation and Ume Softening.
    PB93-150134/REB
    Method 524. Measurement of Purgeable Organic Com-
         ' i in Drinking Water by Gas Chromatography/Mass
WATER TREATMENT PLANTS
    Design for Total Organtos Removal at Cincinnati.
    PB93-131563/REB
    Technologies and Costs for Control of  Disinfection By-
    products: Executive Summary.
    PB93-134922/REB
    Water Treatment Plant Simulation Program, Version 1.21,
    User's Manual.
    PB93-134948/REB
WATER WELLS
    Delineation of Wellhead Protection Areas in Fractured
    Rocks.
    PB93-115822/REB
WATERSHED MANAGEMENT
    Some Emerging Issues in Watershed Management-Land-
    scape  Patterns,  Species  Conservation,  and  Climate
    Change.
    PB93-131522/REB
WATERSHED MANIPULATION PROJECT
    Stable  Sulfur  Isotopes  of  SuHate in Precipitation and
    Stream Solutions in a Northern Hardwood Watershed.
    PB93-141562/REB
WATERSHEDS
    Biological Sinks for  Nitrogen Additions to  a  Forested
    Catchment
    PB93-141174/REB
    Recovery of the Highly Acidified Qearwater Lake Water-
    shed, Ontario, Canada, Simulated with  the  IL WAS
    Model.
    PB93-141547/REB
    Stable  Sulfur  Isotopes  of  SuHate in Precipitation and
    Stream Solutions in a Northern Hardwood Watershed.
    PB93-141562/REB
    Watershed Manipulation Project Field Implementation
    Plan  for 1990-1992.
    PB93-149748/REB
WEATHERING
    Kinetics of Chemical Weathering in B Horizon Spodosol
    Fraction.
    PB93-141539/REB
    Role of Soil Organic Acids in Mineral Weathering Proc-
    esses (Chapter 6).
    PB93-149268/REB
WESTERN REGION (UNITED STATES)
    Acidic Gases and Aerosols in the Eastern and Western
    United States.
    PB93-131696/REB
WETLAND TREATMENT SYSTEMS
    Habitat Quality Assessment of Two Wetland Treatment
    Systems in Mississippi: A Pilot Study.
    PB93-135614/REB
WETLANDS
    Quality Assurance Plan for 1991 Pilot Study of the Eco-
    logical  Condition of Municipal  Wastewater Constructed
    Wetland Treatment Systems.
    PB93-134674/REB
    Quality Assurance Field Operations Report for the Pilot
    Study Evaluating the Habitat Value of Wetland Treatment
    Systems.
    PB93-134682/REB
    Habitat Quality Assessment of Two Wetland Treatment
    Systems in Mississippi: A Pilot Study.
    PB93-135614/REB
    Chesapeake Bay Program Annual Progress Report, Wet-
    lands Workgroup, December 1991.
    PB93-136893/REB
    Quality Assurance Project Plan:  1991 EMAP Wetlands
    Southeastern Pilot Study.
    PB93-141067/REB
    Restoration of the Salmon River Salt Marshes:  Retro-
    spect and Prospect
    PB93-143709/REB
    Restoration Potential of Diked Estuarine Wetlands  in
    Washington and Oregon. Phase 2: Identification of Candi-
    date Sites in Puget Sound.
    PB93-145597/REB
    Process for Regional Assessment of Wetland Risk.
    PB93-146793/REB
WHEAT
    Application of a Wheat Seedling Assay for Detecting An-
    euploidy Induced  by  N-Ethyl-N-Nitrosourea and 4-Nrtro-
    quinoline-1 -Oxide.
    PB93-141463/REB
WILDLIFE CONSERVATION
    Some Emerging Issues in Watershed Management-Land-
    scape  Patterns.  Species  Conservation,  and  Climate
    Change.
    PB93-131522/REB
WOOD
    Characterization of Organic Emission  from a Wood Fin-
    ishing Product-Wood Stain.
    PB93-150100/REB
X-RAY IRRADIATION
    Analysis of X-ray-Induced HPRT Mutations in CHO Cells:
    Insertion and Deletions.
    PB93-141364/REB
XYLENES
    Subacute   Ethanol Consumption Reverses p-Xylene-ln-
    duced Decreases in Axonal Transport
    PB93-141240/REB
ZINC CHLORIDES
    Health Advisory for Zinc Chloride.
    PB93-136620/REB
ZINC COMPOUNDS
    Health Advisory for Zinc Chloride.
    PB93-136620/REB
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SPONSORING EPA
OFFICE INDEX
 Publications are sorted alphabetically by title under the sponsoring EPA office. The
 EPA office is listed with the major EPA headquarters office. Laboratories and
 Divisions are listed alphabetically within the appropriate office.
SAMPLE ENTRY
Sponsoring EPA Office
EPA Report Number
Tide
NTIS Order Number/Media Code Price Codes
1
i ENVIRONMENTAL RESEARCH LAB, Corvallls, OR
1
| EPA/600/3-89/073
i Sensitivity of Ecological Landscapes and Regions to
j Global Climatic Change
PB90-120072/HSU PC A09/MF A01
1

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                                             SPONSORING   EPA  OFFICE  INDEX
OFFICE OF EXTERNAL AFFAIRS
  EPA/SW/DK-93/012
    ADL  Migration  Estimation  Model (for Microcomputers)
    (Release Number 1).
    PB93-5O0684/REB
  EPA/744/R-93/001
    Determination of Rates o< Reaction in the Gas-Phase in
    the Troposphere. Theory and Practice. 5. Rate of Indirect
    Photoreactton.
    PB93-149334/REB
  EPA/821/B-92/001
    Environmental  Monitoring Methods  Index. Version  1.0
    Software. User's Manual.
    PB92-169648/REB
    Federal Policies and Technological Problem-Solving.
    PB93-142107/REB
    Health Effects Assessment Summary Tables.
    PB93-921100/REB
  EPA/SW/DK-93/004
    Industnal Source  Complex Short  Term  (ISCST)  (for
    Microcomputers).
    PB93-5O0221/REB
  EPA/542/R-92/O11
    Innovative Treatment Technologies:  Semi-Annual Status
    Report (Fourth Edition).
    PB93-133387/REB
  EPA/SW/DK-93/O03
    Inorganic  Contract  Compliance   Screening  System
    (ICCSS)  Software  (ILM02.1 Version 2) (for Microcomput-
    ers).
    PB93-500288/REB
  EPA/560/545/015
    Methods  for Assessing  Exposure   to Chemical  Sub-
    stances, Volume 11. Methodology for Estimating the Mi-
    gration of Additives and Impurities from Polymeric Materi-
    als.
    PB93-134096/REB
  EPA/811/R-92/003
    Occurrence Assessment  for Disinfectants and  Disinfec-
    tion By-Products (Phase 6a) in Public Drinking Water.
    PB93-134377/REB
  EPA/SW/DK-93/O02
    Organic   Contract   Compliance   Screening  System
    (OCCSS) Software (OLM01.8 Version 3) (for Microcom-
    puters).
    PB93-500270/REB
  EPA/821/R-92/O07
    Proceedings of the Annual EPA Conference on Analysis
    of Pollutants in the Environment (15th). Held in Norfolk,
    Virginia on May 6-7.1992.
    PB93-152601/REB
  EPA/B23/R-92/OO9
    Proceedings of the  National  Conference (3rd):  Water
    Quality Standards for the 21st Century. Held in  Las
    Vegas, Nevada on August 31-September 3. 1992.
    PB&3-1442KWREB
  EPA/63O/R-92/OO3
    Report of the Neurotoxicity Risk Assessment Guidelines
    Peer  Review  Workshop. Held in Washington, DC.  on
    June 2-3,1992.
    PB93-146918/REB
    Review of EPA's  Environmental  Monitoring and Assess-
    ment Program (EMAP). Interim Report
    PB93-146348/REB
  EPA/542/B-92/O03
    Synopses of Federal Demonstrations of Innovative Site
    Remediation Technologies.
    PB93-144111/REB
  EPA/DF/O>93/020
    Toxic Release Inventory (TRI), 1987-1990 (on CD-ROM).
    PB93-500742/REB
 OFFICE OF INTERNATIONAL ACTIVITIES
  EPA/600/U-91/O31
    Hazardous Waste Management
    PB93-116135/REB
 OFFICE OF AIR AND RADIATION
 SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT
  EPA/811/P-92/O01
    Draft Ground-Water Disinfection Rule.
    PB93-134351 /REB
    Economic Impacts of RCRA Regulations on the Plating
    and Polishing Industry.
    PB93-1S8968/REB
  EPA/530/SW-91/094
    Index to the Monthly Hotline Report  Questions (June
    1982 to December 1991).
    PB92-131374/REB
  EPA/542/B-92/005A
    OSWER Source Book. Volume 1. Training and Technolo-
    gy Transfer Resources, 1992-1993.
    PB93-143980/REB
  EPA/54Z/B-92/005B
    OSWER Source Book. Volume 2. Training and Technolo-
    gy Transfer Resources, 1992-1993.
    PB93-144129/REB
  EPA/530/R-93/001
    RCRA Ground-Water Monitoring: Draft Technical  Guid-
    ance.
    PB93-139350/REB
   EPA/520/F-92/009
    Superfund  at Work: Hazardous Waste  Cleanup  Efforts
    Nationwide, Fall  1992.  (American  Thermostat Corpora-
    tion, New York).
    P892-963627/RE8
   EPA/520/F-92/017
    Superfund  at Work: Hazardous Waste  Cleanup  Efforts
    Nationwide, Fall  1992.  (Ciba-Geigy Corporation.  Mcln-
    tosh, Alabama).
    PB92-963630/REB
  EPA/520/F-92/011
    Superfund at Work: Hazardous Waste Cleanup Efforts
    Nationwide,  Fall  1992.  (Krysowaty Farm, Hillsborough,
    New Jersey).
    PB92-963629/REB
  EPA/520/F-92/006
    Superfund at Work Hazardous Waste Cleanup Efforts
    Nationwide,  Fall  1992.  (Valley  of  the  Drums, Bullitt
    County, Kentucky).
    PB92-963618/REB
  EPA/520/F-92/010
    Superfund at Work: Hazardous Waste Cleanup Efforts
    Nationwide,  Fall  1992.  (Wide  Beach Section of Brant
    New York).
    PB92-963628/REB
RADIATION
  EPA/M/CA/CPSB-90/01
    Formation and Control of  Combustion  Pollutants from
    Gasoline-Fueled  Spark-Ignition Motor Vehicle  Engines.
    (Revised November 1992).
    PB93-141042/REB
AIR QUALITY PLANNING AND STANDARDS
  EPA/451/R-92/001
    Air/Superfund National Technical Guidance Study Series:
    Applicability  of Open Path Monitors for Superfund.
    PB93-138154/REB
  EPA/453/R-93/007
    Alternative Control Techniques Document. NOx Emis-
    sions from Stationary Gas Turbines.
    PB93-156586/REB
  EPA/6OO/J-92/424
    Attenuation of Alcohol Consumption by MDMA (Ecstasy)
    in Two Strains of Alcohol-Preferring Rats.
    PB93-141232/REB
    Compilation  of Air Pollutant Emission Factors. Volume 1.
    Stationary Point and Area Sources. Supplement E.
    PB93-157105/REB
  EPA/453/R-92/018
    Control Techniques for Volatile Organic Compound Emis-
    sions from Stationary Sources,  December 1992.
    PB93-150258/REB
  EPA/450/3-91/013
    Enabling Document for  Regulations Governing Compli-
    ance Extensions for Early Reductions of Hazardous Air
    Pollutants.
    PB93-147007/REB
  EPA/453/R-92/010
    Evaluation and Costing of NOx Controls for Existing Utili-
    ty Boilers in the NESCAUM Region.
    PB93-142016/REB
  EPA/452/R-92/010
    Guidelines for Estimating and Applying  Rule  Effective-
    ness for Ozone CO State Implementation Plan Base Year
    Inventories.
    PB93-131498/REB
  EPA/4S3/D-92/016A
    Hazardous Air Pollutant Emissions from Process Units in
    the Synthetic Organic Chemical Manufacturing  Industry:
    Background Information for Proposed Standards. Volume
    1A. National Impacts Assessment
    PB93-156552/REB
  EPA/453/D-92/016B
    Hazardous Air Pollutant Emissions from Process Units in
    the Synthetic Organic Chemical Manufacturing  Industry:
    Background Information for Proposed Standards. Volume
    1B. Control  Technologies.
    PB93-156560/REB
  EPA/453/D-92/016C
    Hazardous Air Pollutant Emissions from Process Units in
    the Synthetic Organic Chemical Manufacturing  Industry:
    Background Information for Proposed Standards. Volume
    1C. Model Emission Sources.
    PB93-156S78/REB
  EPA/452/S-92/O01
    Highlights of the EPA Innovative Regulatory Strategies
    Workshop:  Market-Based Incentives and other Innova-
    tions for Air Pollution Control. Summary of Workshop Dis-
    cussion Sessions. Held in Washington, DC. on January
    15-17,1992.
    PB93-150290/REB
  EPA/45O/R-92/001
    National Air Quality and Emissions Trends Report, 1991.
    PB93-143998/REB
  EPA/450/3-92/006B
    National Emission Standards for Hazardous Air Pollutants
    Compliance Extensions for Early Reductions: Background
    Information for Promulgated Standards.
    PB93-149425/REB
  EPA/6OO/R-92/131
    Novel Approach for Gathering  Data on Solvent Cleaning.
    PB93-142115/REB
  EPA/450/3-9O/OO6B
    OAQS Control Cost Manual (Fourth Edition), Supplement
    2.
    PB93-138147/REB
  EPA/6OO/J-92/427
    Paraoxon Toxicity Is Not Potentiated by Prior Reduction
    in Blood Acetyrlcholinesterase.
    PB93-141265/REB
  EPA/450/3-92/009
    Regulatory  Impact Analysis for the National Emissions
    Standards for Hazardous Air Pollutants for Source  Cate-
    gories: Organic  Hazardous Air Pollutants from  the  Syn-
    thetic Organic  Chemical   Manufacturing  Industry  and
    Seven Other Processes.
    PB93-143972/REB
   EPA/600/J-92/425
    Subacute Ethanol  Consumption Reverses p-Xylene-ln-
    duced Decreases in Axonal Transport
    PB93-141240/REB
MOBILE SOURCE POLLUTION CONTROL
  EPA/AA/TDG-92/06
    Conversion  of  Methanol-Fueled  16-Valve,  4-Cylinder
    Engine to Operation on Gaseous 2H2/CO Fuel. Interim
    Report 4.
    PB93-144376/REB
  EPA/AA/CTAB-92/04
    Evaluation of an Emitec Resistively Heated Metal Mono-
    lith Catalytic  Converter on Two  M100 Neat Methanol-
    Fueled Vehicles.
    PB93-141059/REB
  EPA/AA/CTAB-92/02
    Evaluation of Resistively Heated Fuel Injection Technolo-
    gy to Reduce Cold Start Emissions and Assist  Starting/
    Dnveaway of a Methanol-Fueled Vehicle.
    PB93-144350/REB
    Motor Vehicle-Related Air Toxics Study.
    PB93-146462/REB
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    Environmental  Protection  Agency  Civil  Enforcement
    Docket
    PB93-921700/REB
OFFICE OF TOXIC SUBSTANCES
PESTICIDE PROGRAMS
    Methylbromide and Its Alternatives as Fumigants, 1979-
    May  1992. Citations  from  AGRICOLA Concerning  Dis-
    eases and Other Environmental Considerations.
    PB93-149912/REB
  EPA/54O-FS-93/236
    Pesticide Fact Sheet Number 20.1: Amitrole.
    PB93-149680/REB
  EPA/540/FS-93/239
    Pesticide Fact Sheet Number 20.2: Amitrole.
    PB93-144368/REB
  EPA/540/09-93/244
    PR Notice 86-1. Notice to Manufacturers,  Formulators,
    Producers and Registrants of Pesticides.
    PB93-144012/REB
  EPA/540/09-93/243
    PR Notice 86-2. Notice to Manufacturers,  Formulators,
    Producers and Registrants of Pesticides.
    PB93-144020/REB
  EPA/540/09-93/242
    PR Notice 86-3. Notice to Producers, Registrants, and
    Formulators.
    PB93-144038/REB
  EPA/540/09-93/241
    PR Notice 86-4. Notice to Registrants of Pesticides, and
    Applicants for Pesticide Registration.
    PB93-144046/REB
  EPA/540/09-93/240
    PR Notice 86-5. Notice to Producers, Formulators, Dis-
    tributors and Registrants.
    PB93-144053/REB
  EPA/540/09-93/246
    PR Notice  87-1. Notice to Manufacturers, Formulators,
    Producers and Registrants of Pesticide Products.
    PB93-141687/REB
  EPA/540/09-93/247
    PR Notice 87-2. Notice to Procedures, Registrants, and
    Formulators.
    PB93-144061/REB
  EPA/540/09-93/248
    PR Notice  87-3. Notice to Manufacturers, Formulators,
    Distributors and Registrants of Pesticide Products.
    PB93-144079/REB
  EPA/540/09-93/249
    PR Notice  87-4. Notice  to Manufacturers,  Formulators
    and Registrants of Pesticides.
    PB93-141695/REB
  EPA/540/09-93/250
    PR Notice  87-5. Notice  to Manufacturers,  Formulators
    and Registrants of Pesticides.
    PB93-144087/REB
  EPA/540/09-93/251
    PR Notice  87-6.  Notice to Manufacturers, Formulators,
    Procedures, and Registrants of Pesticide Products.
    PB93-144095/REB
  EPA/540/09-93/252
    PR Notice  87-7.  Notice to Producers,  Formulators and
    Registrants of Pesticides.
    PB93-146108/REB
  EPA/540/09-93/2S3
    PR Notice  87-8. Notice to Manufacturers, Formulators,
    Distributors, and Registrants of Pesticides.
    PB93-147015/REB
   EPA/540/09-93/254
    PR Notice  87-9. Notice to Pesticide Applicants, Regis-
    trants and Petitioners.
    PB93-149151/REB
   EPA/540/09-93/255
    PR Notice  87-10. Notice to Pesticide Applicants, Regis-
    trants and Petitioners.
     PB93-149169/REB
   EPA/S40/09-93/256
     PR Notice  87-11. Notice to Manufacturers,  Formulators,
     Distributors, and Registrants of Pesticides.
     PB93-149664/REB
   EPA/540/FS-92/224
     RED Facts: Ethylene.
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  EPA/600/J43/007
    Control Technology: 1992 Update of U.S. EPA's Super-
    fund Innovative Technology  Evaluation (SITE) Emerging
    PB93-1501S
    Exercising Renbitty through the Superfund Accelerated
    Cleanup Model (SACM).
    PB93-9632S3/REB
    Guidance on Implementation of the Superfund Acceler-
    ated Cleanup Model (SACM)  under CERCLA and the
    NCP.
    PB93-963252/REB
  EPA/54O/R-92/026
    Hazard Ranking System Guidance Manual
    PB92-963377/REB
    Highlights: Superfund Program  Management Fiscal Year

    PB93-963261/REB
  EPA/54O/R-92/O29
    Mentor-Protege Program.
    PB33-9632S1/REB
  EPA/S4O/R-92/O27
    OSWER Superfund Telephone Directory.
    PB92-963289/REB
    Superfund Accelerated Cleanup Model (SACM). Volume
    1, Number 4, November 1992.
    PB92-963287/REB
    Superfund Progress. Aficionado's Version. Progress as of
    September 30. 1992.
    PB93-9632S5/REB
    Superfund Progress: Fad/Winter 1992.
    PB93-963254/REB
  EPA/FKX>/FK32-32/t69
    Superfund Record of Decision  (EPA Region 2): Ramapo
    LandM Site.  RocWand County, NY.  (First Remedial
    Action). March 1992.
    PB93-9638C1/REB
  EPASFKX>/FK)3-9i/US
    Superfund Record of Decision (EPA Region 3): Dublin
    Water Supply, Bucks County, PA. (First RenwoW Action).
    December 1991.
    PB93-9639O3/REB
    Superfund Record of Decision (EPA Region 3): MW Man-
    ufacturing Sue. Mcntour County, PA. (Subsequent Reme-
    dial Action), June 1992.
    PB93-863904/REB
  EPA0KXVR0342/144
    Superfund Record of Decision (EPA Region 3): Raymark
    Site, Operable Unit 1. Montgomery County, PA. (Fist Re-
    medial Action), December 1991.
    PB93-963902/REB
  EPA/ROD/RO3-a2/142
    Superfund Record of Decision (EPA Region 3): U.S. De-
    fense General Supply Center, (Operable  Unit 5). Rich-
    mond, VA. (First RemedM Action). March 1992.
    PB93-963901/REB
  EPA/ROD/ROS-SI2/I94
    Superfund Record of Decision (EPA Region 5): Columbus
    OM Municipal  LandM. Columbus.  IN. (Fist Remedial
    Action). March 1992.
    PB93-9S4104/REB
    Supertund Record of Decision (EPA Region 5k Grand
    Traverse Overs* Supply Site. GreftekvJle, Ml. (First Re-
    medal Action), February 1992.
    PB93-9641O1/REB
    Superfund Record of Decision (EPA Region 5): Midco It.
    Gary. IN.  (Fnt Remedal Action),  (Amendment),  Apr!
    1992.
    PB93-964102/REB
   EPA/ROo/nos-ae/iaz
    Superfund Record of Decision  (EPA Region 5):  Twin
    OSes AF  Reserve (SAR LandfSO, MN. (Fist RemerJal
    Action). March 1992.
    PB93-964103/REB
     Supertund Record of Decision (EPA Region 9): Westtng-
     house Electric (Sunnyvale Plant), Sunnyvale. CA. (Fist
     Remodel Action), October 1991.
     PB83-964501/REB
     Superfund  Records of  Decision  Update. Volume  7.
     Number 2, November 1992.
     PB934632S6/REB
 OFFICE OF RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT
     Trace Organic Contaminants in Anthropogenicaiy AokS-
     fied Surface Waters.
     PB93-135689/REB
 ENVIRONMENTAL RESEARCH LAB • Athens. GA
     Evaluation of Source Term Httal CondrSons for Modeling
     LeachaM Mtarton from LandWs.
     PB93-131464/REB
     Technical Guidance Manual tor Performing Waste Load
     Alocattom. Book 3: Estuaries. Part 4: Critical Review of
     Coastal Embaymant and Estuame Waste Load Akoca-
     bon Modeling.
     P893-144-M2/REB
 ENVIRONMENTAL RESEARCH LAB - CorvaBs. OR
   EPA/600/J-92/456
     Ai-Diying and Piatuatiiieirl Effects on Sol SuKate Sorp-
     Son.
     PB93-141554/REB
   EPA/600/R-9Z/2W
     Ardic Coiaaiiiiiiants Roaoaich Program: Research Plan.
     PB93-13S630/REB
                                          EPA/6OO/A-92/292
                                           Biological Sinks for  Nitrogen Additions  to a  Forested
                                           Catchment
                                           PB93-141174/REB
                                          EPA/6OO/A-92/268
                                           Characterization of Eastern U.S. Spaice-Rr Soils.
                                           PB93-141133/REB
                                          EPA/6OO/J-92/45B
                                           Characterizing the Distribution of Observed Precipitation
                                           and Runoff over the Continental United States.
                                           PB93-141570/REB
                                          EPA/60O/J-S2/453
                                           Chemistry of  Dissolved Organic  Carbon and  Organic
                                           Acids in Two Streams Draining Forested Watersheds.
                                           PB93-141521/REB
                                          EPA/6OO/A-93/OO9
                                           Collection and Chemical Analysis of Lichens for Biomoni-

                                           PBE&149B62/REB
                                          EPA/SOO/J-92/418
                                           Comparison of Episode Acidification in Canada, Europe
                                           and the United States.
                                           PB93-13S754/REB
                                          EPA/6OO/A-93/OO8
                                           Development of Genetically Enhanced Bacutovvus Pesti-

                                           PB93-14S235/REB
                                          EPA/60O/A-93/OW
                                           Ecologically Acceptable Strategy for the  Use of Geneti-
                                           cally Engineered Bacutovirus Pesticides.
                                           PB93-149243/REB
                                          EPA/eoO/A-92/290
                                           Effects of CO2 and Temperature on Five Rice Cuttivars.
                                           PB93-1411S8/REB
                                          EPA/6OO/A-92/281
                                           Effects of Repeated  Ammonium Sulfate  Applications on
                                           Sol  Leachate Chemistry on  the Femow Experimental
                                           Forest in West Virginia, USA.
                                           PB93-135671/RE8
                                          EPA/600/R-92/241
                                           Effects of UV-8  and Global  Climate Changs on Rice:
                                           First Annual Program Progress Report
                                           PB93-135622/REB
                                          EPA/6OO/J42/417
                                           Environmental  Monitoring and Assessment  Program,
                                           EMAP-Surface Waters: A Northeast Lakes Pilot
                                           PB93-135747/REB
                                          EPA/6OO/R-93/O23
                                           Episode  Response  Project-Northern  Appalachian Pla-
                                           teau: Site Description and Methodology.
                                           PB93-149755/REB
                                           Genetically Engineered Bacutoviuses as  Agents for Pest
                                           Control.
                                           PB93-150175/REB
                                          EPA/6OO/R-92/194A
                                           Global Ecosystems Database. Version 1.0 (on CD-ROM).
                                           EPA  Global  Ornate  Research Program. NOAA/NGDC
                                           Global Change Database Program. User's Guide. Volume
                                            1. NGDC Key to Geophysical Records Documentation
                                           No. 26.
                                           PB93-146062/REB
                                          EPA/6OO/R-92/194B
                                           Global Ecosystems Database. Version 1.0 (on CD-ROM).
                                           EPA  Global  Climate  Research Program. NOAA/NGDC
                                           Global  Change Database   Program.  Documentation
                                           Manual. DISC-A. Volume 1.  NGDC Key to Geophysical
                                            Records Documentation No. 27.
                                            PB93-146090/REB
                                          EPA/6OO/R-92/229
                                            Habitat Quality Assessment of Two Wetland Treatment
                                           Systems in Mississippi: A Plot Study.
                                            PB93-135614/REB
                                          EPA/600/A-32/289
                                            Influence of Elevated CO2 and Temperature on Wetland
                                            Rice Root Dynamics.
                                            PB93-141141/REB
                                          EPA/6OO/A-33/013
                                            Isolation and Purification of Bacterial DMA from SoS.
                                            PB93-149276/REB
                                          EPA/6OO/J-92/454
                                            Kinetics of Chemical Weathering  in B Horizon Spodosol
                                            Fraction.
                                            PB93-141539/REB
                                          EPA/6OO/A-92/Z93
                                            Mineral Dissolution Rates: A Comparison of Laboratory
                                            and Field Studtes.
                                            PB93-141182/REB
                                          EPA/6OO/A-03Mia                         ^
                                            Modification  of  Point Counts for  Surveying Cropland
                                            Birds.
                                            PB93-156040/REB
                                          EPA/6OO/A-92/291
                                            Organic Acidity in Maine (USA) Lakes and in HUMEX
                                            Lake Skjervatjem (Norway).
                                            PB93-141166/REB
                                          EPA/6OO/J-92/416
                                            Pathogenkaty of 'Salmonella puftorum1 in Northern Bob-
                                            white Qua! and Mallard Ducks.
                                            PB93-13S739/REB
                                          EPA/eOO/n-92/249
                                            Process for Regional Assessment of Wetland Risk.
                                            PB93-146793/REB
                                          EPA/6OO/R-92/230
                                            Quality Assurance Field Operations Report for the Plot
                                            Study Evaluating the Habitat Value of Wetland Treatment
                                            Systems.
                                            PB93-134682/REB
                                          EPA/6OO/R-92/231
                                            dually Assurance Plan for 1991  PtOt Study of the Eco-
                                            logical Condition of Municipal Wastewater Constructed
                                            Wetland Treatment Systems.
                                            PB93-134674/REB
 EPA/620/R-92/O02
   Quality Assurance Project Plan: 1991 EMAP Wetlands
   Southeastern Riot Study.
   PB93-141067/REB
 EPA/600/J-92/415
   Recent Sulfur Enrichment in the Sediments of Little Rock
   Lake, Wisconsin.
   PB93-135721/REB
 EPA/6OO/J-92/455
   Recovery of the Highly Acidified Clearwater Lake Water-
   shed, Ontario, Canada, Simulated with  the  IL  WAS
   Model.
   PB93-141547/REB
 EPA/600/A-92/283
   Rice Field Inventory Using AVHRR Data.
   PB93-135697/REB
 EPA/600/J-93/008
   Role of Nitrate in the Acidification of Streams in the Cats-
   kill Mountains of New York.
   PB93-150167/REB
 EPA/600/A-93/012
   Role of Soil  Organic Acids in Mineral Weathering Proc-
   esses (Chapter 6).
   PB93-149268/REB
 EPA/600/A-92/SS7
   Soil-Mediated Effects of Atmospheric Deposition on East-
   em U.S. Spruce-Fir Forests.
   PB93-141125/REB
 EPA/600/A-92/256
   Some Emerging Issues in Watershed Management-Land-
   scape  Patterns, Species  Conservation,  and  Climate
   Change.
   PB93-131522/REB
 EPA/6OO/J-92/4S7
   Stable Sulfur Isotopes of Sulfate in Precipitation and
   Stream Solutions in a Northern Hardwood Watershed.
   PB93-141562/REB
 EPA/6OO/A-93/011
   Uncertainties in Countrywide Forest Bkxnass Estimates.
   PB93-149250/REB
 EPA/600/R-93/O24
   Watershed  Manipulation  Project  Field Implementation
   Plan for 1990-1992.
   PB93-149748/REB
 EPA/eOO/J-92/419
   Who Wdl Speak for Biodiversity.
   PB93-135762/REB
ENVIRONMENTAL RESEARCH LAB - Dukith. MN
 EPA/eOOm-92/243
   Relationship between Water Temperatures and Air Tem-
   peratures for Central  U.S. Streams.
   P893-1356S5/REB
 EPA/60O/A-93/O03
   Vertical Diffusion in Small Stratified Lake: Data and Error
   Analysis.
   P893-149185/REB
 EPA/eOO/R-92/244
   Water Temperature Characteristics of Lakes Subjected to
   Climate Change.
   PB93-135648/REB
ENVIRONMENTAL RESEARCH LAB - GuH Breeze, FL
 EPA/600/J42/40B
   Comparison  of the Effects of Drilling Fluid on Macro-
   benthic  Invertebrates  Associated with  the Seagrass,
   Thalassia testudinum', in the Laboratory and Field.
   PB93-131B37/REB
  EPA/6OO/J-92/407
   Periphyton  Photosynthesis as an Indicator of Effluent
   Tenacity: Relationship to Effects on Animal Test Species.
   PB93-131829/REB
ENVIRONMENTAL MONITORING & SUPPORT LAB - Cinn,
OH
    Method 524. Measurement of Purgeabte  Organic Com-
         s in Drinking Water by Gas Chromatograpny/Mass

        M57931/REB
ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES RESEARCH LAB - RTP, NC
  EPA/6OO/A-92/275
    Acidic Gases and Aerosols in the Eastern and Western
    United States.
    PB93-131696/REB
  EPA/600/A-93/002
    Aerosol  Acidity Characterization of  Large Metropolitan
    Areas: Pilot and Planning for Philadelphia.
    PB93-149177/REB
  EPA/eoo/n-93/ooe
    Analysis of Acid Precipitation Samples Collected by State
    Agencies. Sampling Period: January-December 1990.
    PB93-144152/REB
  EPA/600/R-92/222
    Atmospheric Chemistry and Physical  Fate of HCFCs and
    HFCs and Their Degradation  Products.
    PB93-131449/REB
  EPA/60O/A-92/27B
    Comparison of Aerosol Acidity in Urban and Semi-Rural
    Environments.
    PB93-131712/REB
  EPA/6OO/R-93/OO4
    Evaluation of POHC and PIC Screening Methods.
    PB93-144137/REB
  EPA/600/A-92/259
    Household  Exposures to Benzene from Showering  with
    Gasoline-Contaminated Ground Water.
    PB93-131530/REB
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  EPA/6OO/A-92/277
   Innovative Sensing Techniques for Monitoring and Meas-
   uring Selected Dkwins, Furans. and Polycyclic Aromatic
   Hydrocarbons in Stack Gas.
   PB93-131704/REB
  EPA/60O/R-33/014
   Methods for Analyzing Extreme Events  Under Climate
   Change.
   PB93-146827/REB
HEALTH EFFECTS RESEARCH LAB - Cinn, OH
  EPA/60O/J-92/437
   Analysis of X-ray-Induced HPHT Mutations in CHO Cells:
   Insertion and Deletions.
   PB93-141364/REB
  EPA/600/J-92/447
   Application of a Wheat Seedling Assay for Detecting An-
   euploidy  Induced by N-Etrryl-N-Nitrosourea and 4-NHro-
   quinoline-1 -Oxide.
   PB93-141463/REB
  EPA/6OO/J-92/439
   Application of the Tradescanta micronudeus' Assay for
   the Genetic Evaluation of Chemical Mixtures in Soil and
   Aqueous Media.
   PB93-141380/REB
  EPA/6OO/J-92/441
   Behavioral  Development  Following Daily  Episodes of
   Mother-Infant Separation in the Rat
   PB93-141406/REB
  EPA/600/J-92/444
   Correlation between Chemical Suppression of  Natural
   Killer Cell Activity in Mice and Susceptibility to Cytomega-
   tovirus: Rationale for Applying Murine Cytomegalovirus as
   a Host Resistance Model and for Interpreting Tmmunotox-
   ictty Testing in Terms of Risk of Disease.
   PB93-141430/REB
  EPA/600/J-92/436
   Dermal Absorption of Chemicals: Effect of Application of
   Chemicals as a Solid, Aqueous Paste, Suspension, or in
   Volatile Vehicle.
   PB93-141356/REB
  EPA/6OO/J-92/429
   Direct Effects of Ethane  Dimethanesulphonate on Epidi-
   dymal Function in Adult Rats. An In vitro Demonstration.
   PB93-141281/REB
  EPA/SOO/J-92/438
   DMA  Abducts and  Induction of  Sister  Ctiromatid Ex-
   changes in the Rat Following Benzo(b)-Fluoranthene Ad-
   ministration.
   PB93-141372/REB
  EPA/6OO/J-92/433
   Effect of a Base-Catalyzed Dechkxinabon Process on the
   Genotoxicity of PCB-Contaminated Soil.
   PB93-141323/REB
  EPA/SOO/J-92/421
   Generation of Mutagenic Transformation  Products during
   the Irradiation of Simulated Urban Atmospheres.
    PB93-141208/REB
  EPA/6OO/J-92/024
   Gkrtamate Neurotoxicity in the Developing Rat Cochlea is
   Antagonized by Kynurenic Acid and MK-801.
    PB93-141349/REB
  EPA/eOO/J-92/434
    Health  Effects of Arsenic in  Drinking Water Research
    Needs.
    PB93-141331/REB
  EPA/6OO/J-92/443
    Hepatotoxic Interactions  of Ethanol with Ally! Alcohol or
    Carbon Tetrachloride in Rats.
    PB93-141422/REB
  EPA/600/J42/430
    Improved Method for Screening cDNA Expression Librar-
    ies for DMA-Binding Proteins.
    PB93-141299/REB
  EPA/6OO/J-92/448
    In vitro Mammalian  Mutagenesis as a Model for Genetic
    Lesions in Human Cancer.
    PB93-141471/REB
  EPA/600/J-92/423
    Large Deletions are Tolerated at the 'hprt' Locus of In
    vivo Derived Human T-Lymphocytes.
    PB93-141224/REB
  EPA/6OO/J-92/442
    Mechanisms of TCDD-lnduction of Cleft Palate: Insights
    from In vivo and In vitro Approaches.
    PB93-141414/REB
  EPA/600/J-92/445
    Micronudei and  Other   Nuclear Anomalies  in  Buccal
    Smears: A Field Test in Snuff Users.
    PB93-141448/REB
  EPA/eOO/J-92/446
    Micronuclei and  Other   Nuclear Anomalies  in  Buccal
    Smears: Methods Development
    PB93-141455/REB
  EPA/600/J-92/449
    Mutagenicity of Organic  Emissions from Unvented Kero-
    sene Heaters in a Chamber Study.
    PB93-141489/REB
  EPA/6OO/J-92/432
    Olfactory Evoked Responses to Odorous Stimuli of Dif-
    ferent Intensities.
    PB93-141315/REB
  EPA/600/J-92/440
    PCR Primers Specific for Detection of a Rat Repetitive
    Sequence.
    PB93-14139S/REB
  EPA/6OO/J-92/42B
    Photo-Oxidation of Automobile Emissions: Measurements
    of the Transformation Products and Their Mutagenic Ac-
    tivity.
    PB93-141273/REB
  EPA/6OO/J-92/420
    Quantification of Nitro- and Hydroxylated Nitro-Aromatic/
    Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons in Selected Ambient
    Air Daytime Winter Samples.
    PB93-141190/REB
  EPA/6OO/J-92/431
    Review of the Literature on  Potential Reproductive and
    Developmental Toxicity of Electric and Magnetic Fields.
    PB93-141307/REB
  EPA/6OO/J-92/426
    Synergistic and Antagonistic Effects on Genotoxicity of
    Chemkals Commonly Found in Hazardous Waste Sites.
    PB93-141257/REB
  EPA/600/J-92/422
    V(D)J Recombinase-Mediated Deletion of the 'hprt' Gene
    in T-Lymphocytes from Adult Humans.
    PB93-141216/REB
INDUSTRIAL ENVIRONMENTAL RESEARCH LAB - RTP, NC
  EPA/6OO/A-92/286
    Actvacate-Low-Cost Process for SO2 Control.
    PB93-141117/REB
  EPA/6OO/R-93/OO9
    Advanced Insulations for Refrigerator/Freezers: The Po-
    tential for New Shell Design Incorporating Polymer Bar-
    rier Construction.
    PB93-146991/REB
  EPA/6OO/A-92/269
    Applications of Pulse Combustion in  Industrial and Incin-
    eration Processes.
    PB93-131639/REB
  EPA/6OO/A-92/265
    Characterization of Environmental Chambers for Evaluat-
    ing Microbial Growth on  Building Materials.
    PB93-131597/REB
  EPA/6OO/J-93/001
    Characterization of Organic Emission from  a Wood Fin-
    ishing Product-Wood Stain.
    PB93-150100/REB
  EPA/6OO/R-93/019
    Characterization of PM-10 Emissions from Antiskid Mate-
    rials Applied to Ice- and  Snow-Covered Roadways.
    PB93-150209/REB
  EPA/6OO/A-92/267
    Development of Good Combustion Practice for Municipal
    Waste Combustors.
    PB93-131613/REB
  EPA/6OO/R-92/214
    Development of Size-Specific Data from Paniculate Con-
    trol Technology Research Reports.
    PB93-131456/REB
  EPA/600/A-92/271
    Emission Rates of Mercury from Latex Paints.
    PB93-131654/REB
  EPA/6OO/A-92/268
    Evaluating Materials for  Healthy Buildings.
    PB93-131621/REB
  EPA/600/R-92/242
    Evaluation of Nitrogen  Oxide Emissions Data  from TVA
    Coal-Fired Boilers.
    PB93-138865/REB
  EPA/6OO/A-92/279
    Inventory of Methane Losses from  the Natural  Gas In-
    dustry.
    PB93-131720/REB
  EPA/6OO/J-92/411
    Reaction Kinetics of Ca-Based Sorbents with HC1.
    PB93-131860/REB
  EPA/600/R-92/239
    Revised Emissions Estimation Methodologies for Industri-
    al, Residential, and Electric Utility Stationary Combustion
    Sources.
    PB93-135663/REB
  EPA/6OO/A-92/274
    Simulation of Nonazeotropic Refrigerant Mixtures for Use
    in a Dual-Circuit Refrigerator/Freezer with Countercurrent
    Heat Exchanges.
    PB93-131688/REB
 MUNICIPAL ENVIRONMENTAL RESEARCH LAB - Cinn, OH
  EPA/600/A-92/261
    Application of Isotherms for Predictions of GAG Perform-
    ance: A Preliminary Analysis.
    PB93-131555/REB
  EPA/540/SR-92/017
    Babcock and Wilcox Cyclone Furnace Vitrification. Tech-
    nology Demonstration Summary.
    PB93-145621/REB
  EPA/600/A-92/2S4
    Column Vapor Extraction Experiments on Gasoline Con-
    taminated Soil.
    PB93-131514/REB
  EPA/6OO/JO93/OO3
    Comparative Resistance of 'Escherichia coli' and Entero-
    cocci to Chkxination.
    PB93-150126/REB
  EPA/600/S-92/024
    Construction, Monitoring, and Pertormance of Two Soil
    Liners. Project Summary.
    PB93-157923/REB
  EPA/600/A-92/262
    Design for Total Organics Removal at Cincinnati.
    PB93-131563/REB
  EPA/600/J-92/28O
    Experimental Examination of Integrated Soil  Vapor Ex-
    traction Techniques.
    PB93-131738/REB
   EPA/6OO/J-93/OO6
    Extraction and Recovery of Lead Species from Soil.
    PB93-150142/REB
 EPA/6OO/A-92/263
   Field Experiences VOC and Pesticide  Removal Using
   GAC Suffolk County, New York.
   PB93-131571/REB
 EPA/S4O/S5-91/005
   Horsehead Resource Development Company, Inc., Flame
   Reactor Technology. Technology Demonstration Summa-

   PB93-145639/REB
 EPA/600/R-92/238
   Investigation of Inappropriate Pollutant Entries into Storm
   Drainage Systems: A User's Guide.
   PB93-131472/REB
 EPA/600/R-92/245
   Life-Cycle Assessment Inventory Guidelines and Princi-
   ples.
   PB93-139681/REB
 EPA/600/R-92/251
   On-Site  Waste  Ink  Recycling: Technology Evaluation
   Report
   PB93-141026/REB
 EPA/600/A-92/273
   Opportunities for the Use of Geosyrrthetics in Waste
   Management Facilities.
   PB93-131670/REB
 EPA/600/J-93/002
   Pilot-Scale Evlauation  of an Incinerability Ranking System
   for Hazardous Organic Compounds.
   PB93-150118/REB
 EPA/6OO/R-92/240
   Pilot-Scale Incineration  of Contaminated  Sludges from
   the Bofors-Nobel Superfund Site.
   PB93-141034/REB
 EPA/600/R-93/015B
   Pollution Prevention Opportunity Assessment Geochem-
   istry Laboratory, Sandia National Laboratories.
   PB93-146900/REB
 EPA/6OO/R-93/0 ISA
   Pollution Prevention Opportunity Assessment:  Manufac-
   turing and Fabrication Repair Laboratory at Sandia Na-
   tional Laboratories.
   PB93-146868/REB
 EPA/600/R-93/008
   Pollution  Prevention  Opportunity  Assessment: USDA
   Beltsville Agricultural Research Center.
   PB93-146843/REB
 EPA/600/A -93/007
   Potential for Joint Research between EPA and the U.S.
   Army.
   PB93-149227/REB
 EPA/600/J-92/402
   Rapid Measurement of Aqueous Hydroxyl  Radical Con-
   centrations in Steady-State HO Flux Systems.
   PB93-131779/REB
 EPA/600/J-93/004
   Removal of Beryllium from  prinking Water by Chemical
   Coagulation and Lime Softening.
   PB93-150134/REB
 EPA/540/R-92/080
   SITE-Emerging  Technologies: Laser Induced Photochem-
   ical Oxidative Destruction of Toxic Organics in Leachates
   and Groundwaters.
   PB93-131431/REB
 EPA/600/A-92/265
   Small Systems Meet Superfund Challenge with Point-of-
   Entry Treatment Units.
   PB93-141109/REB
 EPA/600/J-92/404
   Solvent Extraction Processes: A Survey  of Systems  in
   the SITE Program.
   PB93-131795/REB
 EPA/600/J-93/011
   Sorption of Toxic  Organic  Compounds on Wastewater
   Solids: Mechanism and Modeling.
   PB93-150191/REB
 EPA/600/J-92/412
   Techniques for the Fabrication of Geomembrane Filled
   Seams.
   PB93-131878/REB
 EPA/600/A -93/006
   U S EPA's QA/QC Program for Waste Management Fa-
   cilities. Proceedings of the GRI Seminar (6th), MQC/MQA
   and CQC/CQA of Geosynthetics. Held in  Philadelphia,
   Pennsylvania on December 10-11, 1992.
   PB93-149219/REB
 EPA/600/C-92/006
   User's Guide to Flexible Membrane Liner Advisory Expert
   System: Flex Version 3.0.
   PB93-134872/REB
ROBERT S. KERR ENVIRONMENTAL RESEARCH LAB -
Ada,  OK
 EPA/600/J-92/4SO
   Applied Geologic, Microbiological, and  Engineering Con-
   straints of In-situ BTEX Bioremediation.
   PB93-141513/REB
  EPA/540/S-92/016
   Basic Concepts of Contaminant Sorption.
   PB93-146835/REB
  EPA/540/S-92/018
   Behavior of Metals in Soils.
   PB93-131480/REB
  EPA/600/A-93/004
    Bioremediation.
    PB93-149193/REB
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 EPA/6OO/J-92/4S2
   Biaaorption of Dichloroo^phenyltrcWoroethane and Hex-
   achlorobenzene in Groundwater and Its Implications for
   FacHated Transport.
   PB93-141497/REB
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CORPORATE AUTHOR INDEX
  Entries are sequenced by corporate name, report number, and NTIS order number.
  The monitor agency number is given following the report title.
SAMPLE ENTRY
    Corporate/Performing Organization
        (Report or Series Number)
                  Tide

    (Sponsor's Report or Series Number)
 NTIS Order Number/Media Code Price Codes
OREGON STATE UNIVERSITY, Corvallla, OR
EPA/600/3-89/073
Sensitivity of Ecological Landscapes and Regions to
Global Climatic Change
EPA/600/3-89/073
PB90-120072/HSU
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                                                 CORPORATE  AUTHOR   INDEX
 ACUREX CORP, RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK, NC.
    Emission Rates of Mercury from Latex Paints.
    (EPA/600/A-92/271)
    PB93-131654/REB
    Characterization of  Organic Emission from a Wood Fin-
    ishing Product-Wood Stain.
    (EPA/600/J-93/001)
    PB93-150100/REB
 ACUREX ENVIRONMENTAL CORP, JEFFERSON, AR.
    Pilot-Scale Incineration of Contaminated Sludges from
    the Bofors-Nobel Superfund Site.
    (EPA/600/R-92/240)
    PB93-141034/REB
 ACUREX ENVIRONMENTAL CORP, MOUNTAIN VIEW, CA.
    Evaluation and Costing of NOx Controls for Existing Uffli-

      P/V453/R-92/OW) *UM  e9'°n'
        3-142016/REB
    Reaction Kinetics of Ca-Based Sorbents with HC1.
    (EPA/600/J-92/411)
    PB93-131860/REB
    Advacate-Low-Cost Process for SO2 Control.
    (EPA/600/A-92/2B6)
    PB93-141117/REB
ALABAMA UNIV. IN BIRMINGHAM. DEPT. OF CIVIL

    Investigation of Inappropriate Pollutant Entries into Storm
    Drainage Systems: A User's Guide.
    (EPA/600/PI-92/238)
    PB93-131472/REB
AQUA TERRA CONSULTANTS, MOUNTAIN VIEW, CA.
    Evaluation of Source Term Initial Conditions for Modeling
    Leachate Migration from Landfills.
    PB93-131464/REB
BATTELLE COLUMBUS LABS, OH.
    Life-Cycle Assessment  Inventory Guidelines and Princi-
    ples.
    (EPA/eOO/R-92/245)
    PB93-139681/REB
BATTELLE, COLUMBUS, OH.
    Periphyton Photosynthesis  as  an Indicator of Effluent
    Toxfcity: Relationship to Effects on Animal Test Species.
    (EPA/600/J-92/407)                       ^^
    PB93-131829/REB
    On-Site  Waste  Ink Recycling:  Technology  Evaluation

    (EPA/eOO/R-92/251)
    PB93-141026/REB
    Quantification of Nrtro- and Hydroxylated Nitre-Aromatic/
    Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons in Selected Ambient
    Air Daytime Winter Samples.
    (EPA/600/J-92/420)
    PB93-141190/REB
BATTELLE PACIFIC NORTHWEST LABS, HIGHLAND. WA.
    Recovery of the Highly Acidified Clearwater Lake Water-
    ned,  Ontario,  Canada,  Simulated
                    CORVALLIS ENVIRONMENTAL RESEARCH LAB, OR.
                     EPA/600/A-92/290
                       Effects of CO2 and Temperature on Frve Rice Cultivars.
                       PB93-141158/REB
                     EPA/600/A-93/011
                       Uncertainties in Countrywide Forest Btomass Estimates.
                       PB93-1492SO/REB
                     EPA/600/A-93/018
                       Modification  of  Point Counts for  Surveying  Cropland
                       Birds.
                       PB93-156040/REB
                     EPA/600/J-92/416
                       Pathogenicity of 'Salmonella pullorum' in Northern Bob-
                       white Quail and Mallard Ducks.
                       PB93-13S739/REB
                     EPA/600/J-92/417
                       Environmental  Monitoring  and Assessment  Program,
                       EMAP-Surface Waters: A Northeast Lakes Pilot
                       PB93-13S747/REB
                     EPA/600/R-92/210
                       Arctic Contaminants Research Program: Research Plan.
                       PB93-135630/REB
                     EPA/600/R-92/241
                       Effects of UV-B and Global  Climate  Change on Rice:
                       First Annual Program Progress Report
                       PB93-13S622/REB
                     EPA/600/R-93/024
                       Watershed  Manipulation Project  Field  Implementation
                       Ran for 1990-1992.
                       PB93-149748/REB
                    DEVELOPMENT PLANNING AND RESEARCH
                    ASSOCIATES, INC, MANHATTAN, KS.
                     P-536
                       Economic  Impacts of RCRA Regulations on the  Plating
                       and Polishing Industry.
                       PB93-15B988/REB
                       Economic Analysis of the Phosphate Subcategory of the
                       Fertilizer  Manufacturing Industry Louisiana Phosphoric
                       Acid Plants.
                       PB93-156495/REB
                       Economic Analysis of the Phosphate Subcategory of the
                       Fertilizer  Manufacturing Industry: Louisiana Phosphoric
                       Acid Plants. Jury 1986.
                       PB93-156503/REB
                    EASTERN RESEARCH GROUP, INC, LEXINGTON, MA.
                       Report of the Neurotoxicity Risk Assessment Guidelines
                       Peer Review Workshop. Held in  Washington, DC.  on
                       June 2-3,1992.
                       (EPA/630/R-9S/003)
                       PB93-146918/REB
                    ENERGY AND ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING, INC,
                    SOMERVILLE, MA. RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT DIV.
                       SITE-Emerging Technologies: Laser Induced Photochem-
                       ical Oxidative Destruction of Toxic Organics in Leachates
                       and Groundwaters.
                                                         (EPA/54O/R-92/08O)
                                                         PB93-131431/REB
    shed.
    Model.
    (EPA/600/J-a2/455)
    PB93-141547/REB
BOOZ-ALLEN AND HAMILTON, INC, BETHESDA, MD.
    Index to the Monthly Hotline Report  Questions (June
    1962 to December 1991).
    (EPA/530/SW-91/094)
    PB92-131374/REB
BOYCE THOMPSON INST. FOR PLANT RESEARCH,
ITHACA, NY.
    Development of Genetically Enhanced Baculovirus Pesti-

    (EPA/60O/A-93/O08)
    PB93-149235/REB
    Ecotogtealry Acceptable Strategy for the Use of Geneti-
    cally Engineered Baculovirus Pesticides.
    (EPA/600/A-93/010)
    PB93-149243/REB
    Genetically Engineered Bacutovirases as Agents for Pest
    Control.
    PB93-150175/REB
CAMP, DRESSER AND MCKEE, INC, CAMBRIDGE, MA.
    Column Vapor Extraction Experiments on Gasoline Con-
    taminated Soil.
    (EPA/BOO/A-92/2S4)
    PB93-131514/REB
CINCINNATI WATER WORKS, OH.
    Design for Total Organics Removal at Cincinnati.
    (EPA/600/A-92/S62)
    PB93-131563/REB
COMBUSTION ENGINEERING, INC, WINDSOR, CT.
    Return Technology for Boiler NOx Control.
    (EPA/6OO/A-92/264)
    P893-131589/REB
COMPUTER SCIENCES CORP, CINCINNATI, OH.
    User's Guide to Flexible Membrane Liner Advisory Expert
    System: Ftex Version 3.0.
    (EPA/eoo/c-92/ooe, EPA/SW/DK-SS/O&A)
    PB93-134872/REB
CORNELL UNIV, ITHACA, NY. DEFREES HYDRAULICS

    Technical Guidance Manual for Performing Waste Load
    Allocations.  Book 3:  Estuaries.  Part 3. Use of  Mixing
    Zone Models in Estuarine Waste Load Allocations.
    (EPA/823/R-92/004)
    PB93-145704/REB
with  the  IL  WAS    ENERGY AND ENVIRONMENTAL RESEARCH CORP,
                   DURHAM, NC.
                       Development of Good Combustion Practice for Municipal
                       Waste Combustors.
                       (EPA/600/A-9Z/267)
                       PB93-131613/REB
                   ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH RESEARCH AND TESTING,
                   INC, RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK, NC.
                       DNA Adducts and Induction of Sister  Chromatic! Ex-
                       changes 'm the Rat Following Benzo(b)-Fluoranthene Ad-
                       rnioistratioo.
                       (EPA/6OO/J-92/438)
                       PB93-141372/REB
                   ENVIRONMENTAL MONITORING AND SUPPORT LAB.-
                   CINCINNATI, OH. PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL METHODS
                   BRANCH.
                     EMSL-1435
                       Method 524. Measurement of Purgeable Organic Com-
                       	•-, in Drinking Water by Gas Chromatography/Mass
                   ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY, ANN ARBOR,
                   Ml. CERTIFICATION DIV.
                     EPA/AA/CA/CPSB-90/01
                      Formation  and  Control  of Combustion Pollutants from
                      Gasoline-Fueled Spark-Ignition  Motor  Vehicle  Engines.
                      (Revised November 1992).
                      PB93-141042/REB
                   ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY, ANN ARBOR,
                   Ml. CONTROL TECHNOLOGY AND APPLICATIONS
                   BRANCH.
                     EPA/AA/CTAB-92/02
                      Evaluation of Resistrvety Heated Fuel Injection Technolo-
                      gy to Reduce Cold Start Emissions and Assist  Starting/
                      Oriveaway of a Methanol-Fueled Vehicle.
                      PB93-144350/REB
                   ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY, ANN ARBOR,
                   Ml. OFFICE OF MOBILE SOURCES.
                     EPA/AA/CTAB-92/04
                      Evaluation of an Emitec  Resistively Heated Metal Mono-
                      lith  Catalytic Converter  on Two M100 Neat Methanol-
                      Fueled Vehicles.
                      PB93-141059/REB
                   ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY, ANN ARBOR,
                   ML TECHNICAL SUPPORT STAFF.
                      Motor Vehicle-Related Air Toxics Study.
                      PB93-146462/REB
ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY, ANN ARBOR,
Ml. TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT GROUP.
  EPA/AA/TDG-92/06
    Conversion  of  Methanol-Fueled  16-Valve, 4-Cylinder
    Engine to Operation on Gaseous 2H2/CO  Fuel. Interim
    Report 4.
    PB93-144376/REB
ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY, ANNAPOLIS,
MD. CHESAPEAKE BAY PROGRAM.
  CBP/APR-92/105
    Chesapeake Bay Program Annual Progress  Report, Wet-
    lands Workgroup, December 1991.
    PB93-136893/REB
  CBP/TRS-79/92
    Restoration of the Anacostia River.
    PB93-136364/REB
ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY, CHICAGO, IL
REGION V.
  EPA/905/9-89/003
    Proceedings of the National Workshop on Biological Cri-
    teria (1st). Held in Lincolnwood, Illinois on December 2-4,
    1987.
    PB93-143717/REB
  EPA/905/9-89/0087
    Proceedings of the  1989 Midwest Pollution Control Biolo-
    gists Meeting. Held  in Chicago, Illinois on February 14-17,
    1989.
    PB93-143691/REB
  EPA/905/9-91/025
    Development of Index of  Biotic Integrity Expectations for
    the Ecoregions of Indiana. I. Central Com Belt Plain.
    PB93-149383/REB
  EPA/905/R-92/003
    Proceedings of the Midwest Pollution Control Biologists
    Meeting, 1991.  Environmental Indicators: Measurement
    and Assessment Endpoints. Held in Lincolnwood, Illinois
    on March 19-22,1991.
    PB93-145712/REB
ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY, CINCINNATI,
OH.
  EPA/600/J093/003
    Comparative Resistance of 'Eschenchia coli' and Entero-
    cocci to Chlorination.
    PB93-150126/REB
ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY, CINCINNATI,
OH. DRINKING WATER RESEARCH DIV.
  EPA/600/J-93/004
    Removal of Beryllium from Drinking Water  by Chemical
    Coagulation and Lime Softening.
    PB93-150134/REB
ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY, CINCINNATI,
OH. RISK REDUCTION ENGINEERING LAB.
  EPA/540/S5-91/005
    Horsehead Resource Development Company, Inc., Flame
    Reactor Technology. Technology Demonstration Summa-
    ry-
    PB93-145639/REB
  EPA/540/SR-92/017
    BabcocK and Wilcox Cyclone Furnace Vitrification. Tech-
    nology Demonstration Summary.
    PB93-145621/REB
  EPA/600/A-92/273
    Opportunities for the Use of Geosynthetics in Waste
    Management Facilities.
    PB93-131670/REB
  EPA/600/A-93/006
    U.S. EPA's QA/QC Program for Waste Management Fa-
    cilities. Proceedings of the GRI  Seminar (6th), MQC/MQA
   and CQC/CQA of  Geosynthetics. Held in Philadelphia,
    Pennsylvania on December 10-11,1992.
    PB93-149219/REB
  EPA/600/A-93/007
    Potential for Joint Research between EPA and  the U.S.
   Army.
    PB93-149227/REB
  EPA/600/J-92/402
   Rapid Measurement of Aqueous  Hydroxyl Radical Con-
   centrations in Steady-State HO  Flux Systems.
   PB93-131779/REB
  EPA/600/J-92/404
   Solvent Extraction Processes:  A  Survey of Systems in
   the SITE Program.
   PB93-131795/REB
  EPA/600/J-92/412
   Techniques for the Fabrication of Geomembrane Riled
   Seams.
   PB93-131878/REB
  EPA/600/J-93/002
   Pilot-Scale Evlauation of an Incinerability Ranking System
   for Hazardous Organic Compounds.
   PB93-15011B/REB
  EPA/600/J-93/006
   Extraction and Recovery of Lead Species from Soil.
   PB93-150142/REB
  EPA/600/J-93/011
   Sorption of Toxic Organic Compounds  on  Wastewater
   Solids: Mechanism and Modeling.
   PB93-150191/REB
  EPA/600/S-92/024
   Construction, Monitoring, and Performance of Two Soil
   Liners. Project Summary.
   PB93-157923/REB
   Small Systems Meet Superfund Challenge with  Point-of-
   Entry Treatment Units.
   (EPA/600/A-92/285)
   PB93-141109/REB
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                                                         CORPORATE  AUTHOR  INDEX
   Rouble Membrane Liner Advisory Expert System (FLEX)
   (tor Mcroconputara) (Version 3.0).
   (EPMSW/OK-93A09)
   PB93-502631/REB

EMVnOMMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY/NATIONAL
OCEAMC AND ATMOSPHERIC ADMINISTRATION TEAM
ON NEAR COASTAL WATERS, ROCKVILLE, MO.
   Strategic Assessment of Near Coastal Waters Northeast
   Case Study.
   PB93-136521/REB

ENVmONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY, RESEARCH
TRIANGLE PARK, NC. AM AND ENERGY ENGINEERING
  EPA/600/A-92/268
    Evaluating Materials for Healthy BuMngs.
    PB93-131621/REB

ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY, RESEARCH
TRIANGLE PARK. NC. ATMOSPHERIC RESEARCH AND
EXPOSURE ASSESSMENT LAB.
  EPA/600/A-92/2S9
    Household Exposures to Benzene from Showering with
    Gasolne-Cortaminated Ground Water.
    PB93-131530/REB
  EP A/600/A-93/002
    Aerosol AckSty  Characterization  of  Large Metropolitan
    Areas: Wot and flaming for PNadebhia.
    PBS3-149177/REB
  EPA/600/Ft-92/222
    Atmospheric Chemistty and Physical Fate of HCFCs and
    MFCs and Their Degradation Products.
    PB93-131449/REB

ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY, RESEARCH
TRIANGLE PARK, NC. NEUROTOXKOLOGY DP/.
  EPA/SOO/J-92/424
    Attenuation of Alcohol Consumption by MDMA (Ecstasy)
    in Two Strains of Atoohol-PreferTing Rats.
    PB83-141232/REB
  EPA/eOO/J-92/42S
    Subacut*  Ethand ConsurnptjonReverees  p-Xytene-ln-
    duosd Decreases In AxonaJ Transport
    PB83-141240/REB
  EPA/aoo/j-92/427       ^
    ParaoHon  Tooocity w  Not Potantistad by Prior Roducton
    h Stood AoMyteholnesterass.
    P893-14126S/REB

ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTI
                                    , RESEARCH
TRIANGLE PARK, NC. OFFICE OF AIR QUALITY
PLANNaMO AND STANDARDS.
  AP-42-SUPPL-E
    CompMton of Air Potutant Emission Factors. Volume 1.
    Stationary Point and Area Sources. Supplement E.
    PB83-1S7105/REB
  .EPA/450/3-91/013
    Enabfing Docunwnt tor Regulations Govanmg  CornpS*
    anoa Extensions tor Earty Redactions of Hazardous Air
    Poautants.
    PB93-147O07/REB
    National CiiuaKm Standards for Hazardous Air PoMutants
    Compaanca Extensions tor Early Reductions: Background
    kaXjiiiiBBuii for PiomutoAiAd Standards.
    PB93-149425/REB
  EPA/4SO/3-92/009                          	
    Regulatory Impact Analysis for the National  Emssnns
    Standards tor Hazardous At Pojutants for Source Cata-
    ooriBS'  Organc Hazardous Air Poautants from Ihe Syn-
    Mk: Organic Chemical  Manufaduring  Industry  and
    PB93-143972/REB
  EPA/450/R-927001
    National A» Oualry and Errissions Trends Report. 1991.
    PB93-143996/FIEB
  EPA/4S3/t>92/016A     	
    Hazardous Air PoRutant Emssions from Process Units in
    ne Syntheac Organic Chemical Manufacturing Industry:
    Background afciiiiaioii tor Proposed Standards. Volume
    PB93-1S
   EPA/4S3/D-9Z/0168     	
    Hazardous Air Pokutant Emissions from Procais Units in
    t» Synthetic Organic Chemjeal Manuteclumg Industry:
              f Infonnation for Proposad Standards. Vownw
        	
    PB93-156S60/REB
   EPA/453/f>02/OieC
    Umrmninm Ak PrJU^Tt P.™.-™. fcr»n Pmn«»» UniH in
    tt» Syrthetc Organic Chen** Manufacturing Industry:
    Background ktenialtoi for Proposad Standards. Volume
    1C. Jodel Cmlsaton Sources.
    PB03-156S78/REB
   EPAM53/R-42/01B
    ConM TecMque* for Votafla Organic Compound Emis-
    sions from Stationary Sources. Daoemtaer 1992.
    PB83-1502S8/RE8
   EPA/800/R-92/131
    Novel Approach tor Gathering Data on Solvent Cleaning.
                                    V. RESEARCH
 TRIANGLE PARK. NC. OFFICE OF RESEARCH AND
   EPA/eOO/J-92/433
     Effect of a Ba*»Catalyzed De
              »o«PCSContaninatedSo».
son the
ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY, SEATTLE, WA.
REGION X.
  EPA/910/9-92/028
   Clean Water Act (Section 319): An Evaluation of Program
   Implementation in Region 10.
   PB93-U5654/REB
  EPA/910/9-92/033
   Restoration Potential of Diked Estuame  Wetlands in
   Washington and Oregon. Phase 2: Identification of Candi-
   date Sites in Puget Sound.
   PB93-145597/REB
ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY, WASHINGTON,
DC.
   Environmental Monitoring Methods Index Version 1.0
   Software. User's Manual.
   (EPA/821/B-92/OO1)
   PB92-169648/REB
   Health Effects Assessment Summary Tables.
   PB93-92110O/REB
ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY, WASHINGTON,
DC. ENGINEERING AND ANALYSIS CMV.
  EPA/821/R-92/007
   Proceedngs of  the Annual EPA Conference on Analysis
   of Pollutants in the Environment (15th). Held  in Norfolk.
   Wginia on May 6-7,1992.
   PB93-152601/REB
ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY, WASHINGTON,
DC. HAZARDOUS SITE EVALUATION DIV.
            Contract   Compliance  Screening  System
            Software (OLM01.B Version 3) (for  Microcom-
   puters).
   (EPA/SW/DK-93/OO2)
   PB93-500270/REB
   Inorganic  Contract  Compliance  Screening  System
   OCCSS) Software OLM02.1 Version 2) (for Microcomput-
   ers).
   (EPA/SW/DK-93/OO3)
   PB93-500288/REB
ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY, WASHINGTON,
DC. OFFICE OF ADMINISTRATION.
   EPA (Environmental Protection  Agency) Publications Bib-
   iography. Quarterly Abstract Butetin.
   PB93-904200/REB
ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY, WASHINGTON,
DC. OFFICE OF DRINKING WATER.
  EPA/811/R-92/001
   Simulation of Raw Water and  Treatment Parameters in
   Support  of  the  Disinfection  By-Products  Regulatory
   Impact Analysis.
   PB93-134401 /REB
  EPA/814/B-92/002
   Manual  for the Certification of Laboratories Analyzing
   Drinking  Water. Criteria and Procedures Quality Assur-
   ance (Third Edition).
   PB93-145688/REB
ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY, WASHINGTON,
DC. OFFICE OF EMERGENCY AND REMEDIAL
RESPONSE.
  EPA/ROO/R02-92/169
    Superiund Record of Decision  (EPA Region 2): Ramapo
    Landfill  Site. Rockland County,  NY. (First Remedial
   Action). March 1992.
    PB93-963801/REB
  EPA/ROO/RO3-92/142
    Supartund Record of Decision  (EPA Region 3): U.S. De-
    fense General  Suppty Center, (Operable Unit 5). Rich-
    mond. VA. (First Remedial Action), March 1992.
    PB93-963901/REB
  EPA/ROD/R03-92/144
    Superfund Record of Decision  (EPA Region 3): Raymark
    Site, Operable Unit 1. Montgomery County, PA. First Re-
    medal Action;.  December 1991.
    PB93-9S3902/REB
  EPA/ROD/R03-92/145
    Superfund Record of Decision (EPA Region 3): Dublin
    Water Supply, Bucks County, PA. First Remedial Action),
    December 1991.
    PB93-963903/REB
  EPA/ROD/R03-92/153
    Superfund Record of Decision (EPA Region 3): MW Man-
    ufacturing Site. Montour County. PA (Subsequent Reme-
    dfcl Action), June 1992.
    PB93-963904/REB
  EPA/ROO/R05-92/192
    Superfund Record of  Decision (EPA Region 5):  Twin
    CUes AF Reserve (SAH LandSf). MN.  (Srst Remedial
    Action), March  1992.
    PB93-964103/REB
  EPA/ROO/R05-92/193
    Superfund Record of Decision (EPA Region 5): MkJco II,
    Gary. IN. (First Remedial Action).  (Amendment). April
    1992.
    PB93-964102/REB
  EPA/ROD/R05-92/194
    Superfund Record of Decision (EPA Region 5): Columbus
    Old  Municpal  Landfill.  Columbus, IN.  First Remedial
    Action), March  1992.
    PB93-964104/REB
  EPA/ROD/R05-92/195
    Superfund Record of Decision (EPA Region 5): Grand
    Traverse Overal  Supply Site. GreSckvide. Ml. (First Re-
    medal Action), February 1992.
    PB93-964101/REB
  EPA/ROD/R09-92/079
    Superfund Record of Decision (EPA  Region 9): Westing-
    house Electric (Sunnyvale Plant). Sunnyvale, CA. (First
    Remedal Action), October 1991.
    PB93-964501/REB
 EPA/540/R-92/026
   Hazard Ranking System Guidance Manual.
   PB92-963377/REB
 EPA/540/R-92/027
   OSWER Superfund Telephone Directory.
   PB92-963289/REB
 EPA/540/B-92/029
   Mentor-Protege Program.
   PB93-963251/REB
 EPA/600/J-93/007
   Control Technology: 1992 Update of U.S. EPA's Super-
   fund Innovative Technology Evaluation (SITE) Emerging
   Technology Program.
   PB93-150159/REB
 OSWER-9200.U-03F
   OSWER Superfund Telephone Directory.
   PB92-963289/REB
 OSWER-9200.1-12-3
   Superfund Progress: Fall/Winter 1992.
   PB93-963254/REB
 OSWER-9200.1-12C
   Superfund Progress. Aficionado's Version. Progress as of
   September 30,1992.
   PB93-963255/REB
 OSWER-9200.3-01H-3
   Highlights: Superfund Program Management Fiscal Year
   1993.
   PB93-963261/REB
 OSWER-9200.5-216I-VOL-7-NO-2
   Superfund  Records  of Decision  Update. Volume  7,
   Number 2, November 1992.
   PB93-963256/REB
 OSWER-9203.1 -02I-VOL-1 -NO-4
   Superfund Accelerated Cleanup Model (SACM). Volume
   1, Number 4, November 1992.
   PB92-963287/REB
 OSWER-9203.1-03
   Guidance on Implementation of the Superfund Acceler-
   ated Cleanup  Model  (SACM) under  CERCLA and  the
   NCP.
   PB93-963252/REB
 OSWER-9203.1-03A
   Exercising Flexibility through the Superfund Accelerated
   Cleanup Model (SACM).
   PB93-963253/REB
 OSWER-9242.6-12
   Mentor-Protege Program.
   PB93-963251/REB
 OSWER-9345.1-07
   Hazard Ranking System Guidance Manual.
   PB92-963377/REB
ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY, WASHINGTON,
DC. OFFICE OF ENFORCEMENT.
   Environmental  Protection  Agency Civil  Enforcement
   Docket
   PB93-921700/REB
ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY, WASHINGTON.
DC. OFFICE OF HEALTH AND ENVIRONMENTAL
ASSESSMENT.
  EPA/600/6-90/006F
   Respiratory  Health Effects of Passive Smoking: Lung
   Cancer and Other Disorders.
   PB93-134419/REB
ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY, WASHINGTON,
DC. OFFICE OF INTERNATIONAL ACTIVITIES.
  EPA/600/M-91/031
   Hazardous Waste Management
   PB93-116135/REB
ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY, WASHINGTON,
DC. OFFICE OF PESTICIDE PROGRAMS.
  EPA/540/09-93/240
   PR Notice 86-5. Notice to  Producers, Formulators,  Dis-
   tributors and Registrants.
   PB93-144053/RES
  EPA/540/09-93/241
   PR Notice 86-4. Notice to Registrants of Pesticides, and
   Applicants for Pesticide Registration.
   PB93-144046/REB
  EPA/540/09-93/242
   PR Notice 86-3. Notice to Producers, Registrants,  and
   Formulators.
   PB93-144038/REB
  EPA/540/09-93/243
    PR  Notice 86-2. Notice to Manufacturers, Formulators,
    Producers and Registrants of Pesticides.
    PB93-144020/REB
  EPA/540/09-93/244
    PR  Notice  86-1. Notice to Manufacturers, Formulators.
    Producers and Registrants of Pesticides.
    PB93-144012/REB
  EPA/540/09-93/246
    PR  Notice  87-1. Notice to Manufacturers, Formulators,
    Producers and Registrants of Pesticide Products.
    PB93-141687/REB
  EPA/S40/09-93/247
    PR Notice 87-2. Notice to Procedures, Registrants, and
    Formulators.
    PB93-144061/REB
  EPA/540/09-93/248
    PR  Notice  87-3. Notice to Manufacturers, Formulators,
    Distributors and Registrants of Pesticide Products.
    PB93-144079/REB
  EPA/540/09-93/249
    PR  Notice  87-4.  Notice to Manufacturers,  Formulators
    and Registrants of Pesticides.
    PB93-141695/REB
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  EPA/540/09-93/250
   PH Notice 87-5. Notice to  Manufacturers,  Formulatore
   and Registrants of Pesticides.
   PB93-144087/REB
  EPA/540/09-93/251
   PR Notice 87-6. Notice to Manufacturers. Fofmulators,
   Procedures, and Registrants of Pesticide Products.
   PB93-144095/HEB
  EPA/540/09-93/252
   PR Notice 87-7. Notice to Producers, Formulatore and
   Registrants of Pesticides.
   PB93-146108/REB
  EPA/540/09-93/253
   PR Notice 87-8. Notice to Manufacturers, Formulators,
   Distributors, and Registrants of Pesticides.
   PB93-147015/REB
  EPA/540/09-93/254
   PR Notice 87-9. Notice to Pesticide  Applicants, Regis-
   trants and Petitioners.
   PB93-1491S1/REB
  EPA/ 540/09-93/255
   PR Notice 87-10. Notice to  Pesticide  Applicants, Regis-
   trants and Petitioners.
   PB93-149169/REB
  EPA/540/09-93/256
   PR Notice 87-11. Notice to  Manufacturers, Formulators,
   Distributors, and Registrants of Pesticides.
   PB93-149664/REB
  EPA/540/FS-92/224
   RED Facts: Etfiytene.
   PB93-100345/REB
  EPA/540-FS-93/238
   Pesticide Fact Sheet Number 20.1: Amitrole.
   PB93-149680/REB
  EPA/540/FS-93/239
   Pesticide Fact Sheet Number 20 2: Amitrole.
   PB93-144368/REB
   PR Notices 86-1 through 86-5.
   PB93-144004/REB
   Pesticide Compact Label Re -1990 Updates.
   PB93-911600/REB
ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY, WASHINGTON,
DC. OFFICE OF POLLUTION. PREVENTION, AND TOXICS.
  EP A/744/R-93/001
   Determination of Rates of Reaction in the Gas-Phase in
   the Troposphere. Theory and Practice. 5. Rate of Indirect
   Photoreacbon.
   PB93-149334/REB
   ADL Migration  Estimation Model (for Microcomputers)
   (Release Number 1).
   (EPA/SW/DK-93/012)
   PB93-500684/REB
   Toxic Release Inventory (TRI). 1987-1990 (on CD-ROM).
   (EPA/DF/CD43/020)
   PB93-500742/REB
ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY, WASHINGTON,
DC. OFFICE OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY.
  EPA/823/ R-92/009
   Proceedings  of the  National Conference (3rd): Water
   Quality Standards  for  the 21st  Century.  Held in  Las
   Vegas, Nevada on August 31-September 3, 1992.
   PB93-144210/REB
   Industrial Source Complex  Short Term  (ISCST)  (lor
   Microcomputers).
   (EPA/SW/DK-93/004)
   PB93-500221/REB
ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY, WASHINGTON,
DC. OFFICE OF SOLID WASTE.
  EPA/530/R-93/001
   RCRA Ground-Water Monitoring:  Draft Technical Quid-
   ance
   PB93-139350/REB
  EPA/811/P-92/001
   Draft Ground-Water Disinfection Rule.
   PB93-134351/REB
ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY, WASHINGTON,
DC. OFFICE OF SOLID WASTE AND EMERGENCY
RESPONSE.
  EPA/S20/F-92/006
   Suparfund at Wortc  Hazardous Waste Cleanup Efforts
   Nationwide.  Fall  1992. (Valley  of  the  Drums,  Bullitt
   County. Kentucky).
   P892-963618/REB   •
  EPA/520/F-92/009
   Superfund at Worfc  Hazardous Waste Cleanup Efforts
   Nationwide, Fall 1992. (American Thermostat  Corpora-
   tion, New York).
   PB92-963627/REB
  EPA/520/F-92/010
   Superfund at Work:  Hazardous Waste Cleanup Efforts
   Nationwide. Fall 1992. (Wide Beach  Section of Brant,
   New York).
   P892-963628/REB
  EPA/520/F-92/011
   Superfund at Work:  Hazardous Waste Cleanup Efforts
   Nationwide. Fall 1993. (Krysowaty Farm, Hillsborough,
   New Jersey).
   PB92-963629/REB
  EPA/520/F-92/017
   Superfund at Work:  Hazardous Waste Cleanup Efforts
   Nationwide, Fall 1992. (Ciba-Geigy Corporation, Mcln-
   tosh, Alabama).
   PB92-963630/REB
  EPA/542/B-92/005A
   OSWER Source Book. Volume 1.  Training and Technolo-
   gy Transfer Resources, 1992-1993.
   PB93-143980/REB
  EPA/542/B-92/005B
   OSWER Source Book. Volume 2. Training and Technolo-
   gy Transfer Resources, 1992-1993.
   PB93-144129/REB
ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY, WASHINGTON,
DC. OFFICE OF THE ASSISTANT ADMINISTRATOR FOR
WATER.
  EPA/570/9-91/040
   Status Report on  Development of Regulations for Disin-
   fectants and Disinfection By-Products.
   PB93-1349U/REB
  EPA/810/R-92/001
   EPA's Ground Water  and Drinking Water  Program:
   Making a Difference.
   PB93-136612/REB
  EPA/811/R-92/002
   Simulation of Compliance Choices  for the Disinfection
   By-Products Regulatory Impact Analysis.
   PB93-134385/REB
  EPA/811/R-92/004
   Status Report on Analytical Methods to Support the Dis-
   infectant/Disinfection By-Products Regulation.
   PB93-134898/REB
  EPA/811/R-92/005
   Framework for Decision Making: An EPA Perspective.
   P893-134369/REB
  EPA/811/R-92/006
   Status Report on the Development  of Draft MCLGs for
   Disinfectants and By-Products.
   PB93-134906/REB
  EPA/811/R-92/007
   Simulation of Mfcrobial Occurrence, Exposure and Health
   Risks after Drinking Water Treatment Processes.
   PB93-134393/REB
  EPA/811/S-92/001
   Use of Microbial Risk Assessment in Setting U.S. Drink-
   ing Water Standards.
   PB93-134930/REB
  EPA/820/B-92/002
   Publications Office of Science and Technology: Catalog.
   PB93-152577/REB
  EPA/823/R-93/001
   Proceedings: Tiered Testing Issues for Freshwater and
   Marine Sediments. Held in Washington, DC. on Septem-
   ber 16-18.1992.
   PB93-152619/REB
  EPA/832/B-92/001
   Municipal Water Pollution Prevention Bibliography: 1992,
   the Year of dean Water. Celebration and Commitment
   PB93-141083/REB
   Health Advisory for Zinc Chloride.
   PB93-136620/REB
ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY, WASHINGTON,
DC. OFFICE OF UNDERGROUND STORAGE TANKS
  EPA/542/R-92/010
   Technologies and Options for LIST Corrective Actions:
   Overview of Current Practice.
   PB93-145589/REB
ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY, WASHINGTON,
DC. OFFICE OF WATER REGULATIONS AND
STANDARDS.
   Cost Effectiveness Analysis of Effluent Guidelines and
   Standards for the Aluminum Forming Category.
   PB93-156107/REB
ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY, WASHINGTON,
DC. TECHNOLOGY INNOVATION OFFICE.
  EPA/542/R-92/011
   Innovative Treatment Technologies: Semi-Annual Status
   Report (Fourth Edition).
   P893-133387/REB
ENVIRONMENTAL RESEARCH LAB, ATHENS, GA.
CENTER FOR  EXPOSURE ASSESSMENT MODELING.
  EPA/823/R-92/005
   Technical  Guidance Manual for Performing Waste Load
   Allocations. Book 3: Estuaries. Part  4: Critical Review of
   Coastal  Embayment and Estuarine  Waste  Load  Alloca-
   tion ModeOng.
   PB93-14420I/REB
ENVIRONMENTAL RESEARCH LAB, GULF BREEZE, Fl_
  CONTRIB-753
   Comparison  of the  Effects  of Drilling Fluid  on  Macro-
   benthic  Invertebrates Associated  with  the  Seagrass.
   'Thalassia testudinum', in the Laboratory and Field.
   PB93-131837/REB
  EP A/600/J-92/408
   Comparison  of the  Effects  of Drilling Fluid  on  Macro-
   bemhic  Invertebrates Associated  with  the Seagrass,
   Thalassia testudinum', in the Laboratory and Field.
   PB93-131837/REB
ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING, INC,
DURHAM, NC.
   Acidic Gases and Aerosols in the Eastern  and Western
   United States.
   (EPA/6OO/A-92/27S)
   PB93-131696/REB
FEDERAL REMEDIATION TECHNOLOGIES ROUNDTABLE.
  EPA/542/B-92/003
   Synopses  of Federal Demonstrations of Innovative Site
   Remediation Technologies.
   PB93-144111/REB
GEOLOGICAL SURVEY, ALBANY, NY.
   Role of Nitrate in the Acidification of Streams in the Cats-
   kill Mountains of New York.
   (EPA/600/J-S3/008)
   PB93-150167/REB
GEOLOGICAL SURVEY, DENVER, CO.
   Collection and Chemical Analysis of Lichens for Biomoni-
   toring.
   (EPA/600/A-93/009)
   PB93-149862/REB

GEOTRANS, INC, STERLING, VA.
   DNAPL Site Evaluation.
   (EPA/600/R-93/022)
   PB93-150217/REB

GLOBAL GEOCHEMISTRY CORP., CANOGA PARK, CA.
   Analysis of Acid Precipitation Samples Collected by State
   Agencies. Sampling Period: January-December 1990.
   (fPA/BOO/R-93/006)
   PB93-144152/REB

HARVARD SCHOOL OF PUBLIC HEALTH, BOSTON, MA.
   Comparison of Aerosol Acidity in Urban and Semi-Ru.al
   Environments.
   (EPA/6OO/A-92/378)
   PB93-131712/REB

HEALTH EFFECTS RESEARCH LAB, CINCINNATI, OH.
GENETIC TOXICOLOGY DIV.
  EPA/600/J-92/430
   Improved Method  for Screening cDNA Expression Librar-
   ies for DNA-Binding Proteins.
   PB93-U1299/REB

HEALTH EFFECTS RESEARCH LAB, RESEARCH
TRIANGLE PARK, NC.
  EPA/600/J-92/024
   Glutamate Neurotoxkaty in the Developing Rat Cochlea is
   Antagonized by Kynurenic Acid and MK-801.
   PB93-141349/REB
  EPA/600/J-92/422
   V(D)J Recombinase-Mediated Deletion of the 'hprt' Gene
   in T-Lymphocytes  from Adult Humans.
   PB93-141216/REB
  EPA/600/J-92/428
   Photo-Oxidation of Automobile Emissions: Measurements
   of the Transformation Products and Their Mutagenic Ac-
   tivity.
   PB93-141273/REB
  EPA/600/J-92/431
   Review of the Literature on Potential Reproductive and
   Developmental Toxteity of Electric and Magnetic Fields.
   PB93-141307/REB
  EPA/600/J-92/434
   Health Effects of Arsenic in Drinking Water Research
   Needs.
   PB93-141331/REB
  EPA/600/J-92/437
   Analysis of  X-ray-Induced HPRT Mutations in CHO Cells:
   Insertion and Deletions.
   PB93-141364/REB
  EPA/600/J-92/439
   Application  of the Tradescantia micronucteus' Assay for
   the Genetic Evaluation of Chemical Mixtures in Soil and
   Aqueous Media.
   PB93-141380/REB
  EPA/600/J-92/441
   Behavioral  Development  Following Daily  Episodes  of
   Mother-Infant Separation in the Rat.
   PB93-141406/REB
  EPA/600/J-92/443
   Hepatotoxic interactions of Ethanol with Ally! Alcohol or
   Carbon Tetrachloride in Rats.
   PB93-141422/REB
  EPA/600/J-92/449
   Mutagenkaty of Organic Emissions from Unvented Kero-
   sene Heaters in a Chamber Study.
   PB93-141489/REB

HEALTH EFFECTS RESEARCH LAB, RESEARCH
TRIANGLE PARK, NC. CARCINOGENESIS AND
METABOLISM BRANCH.
  EPA/600/J-92/440
   PCR Primers Specific for Detection of a Rat Repetitive
   Sequence.
   PB93-14139B/REB

HEALTH EFFECTS RESEARCH LAB, RESEARCH
TRIANGLE PARK, NC. ENVIRONMENTAL TOXICOLOGY
DIV.
  EPA/600/J-92/444
   Correlation  between Chemical Suppression  of Natural
   Killer Cell Activity  in Mice and Susceptibility to Cytomega-
   tovirus: Rationale for Applying Murine Cytomegatovirus as
   a Host Resistance Model and fcr Interpreting Tmmunotox-
   itity Testing in Terms of Risk of Disease.
   PB93-141430/REB

HEALTH EFFECTS RESEARCH LAB, RESEARCH
TRIANGLE PARK, NC. GENETIC TOXICOLOGY DIV.
  EPA/600/J-92/423
   Large Deletions are Tolerated at the 'hprf  Locus of In
   vivo Derived Human T-Lymphocytes.
   PB93-141224/REB
  EPA/600/J-92/445
   Micronudei  and  Other  Nuclear Anomalies in  Buccal
   Smears: A Field Test in Snuff Users.
   PB93-141448/REB
  EPA/600/J-92/446
   Micronuclra  and  Other  Nuclear Anomalies in  Buccal
   Smears: Methods  Development
   PB93-141455/REB
  EPA/600/J-92/448
   In vitro Mammalian Mutagenesis as a Model for Genetic
   Lesions in Human Cancer.
    PB93-141471/REB
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 HEALTH EFFECTS RESEARCH LAB, RESEARCH
 TRIANGLE PARK, NC. HUMAN STUDIES DIV.
   EPA/600/J-92/432
     Olfactory Evoked  Responses to Odorous Stimuli of Dif-
     ferent Intensities.
     PB93-141315/REB
 HEALTH EFFECTS RESEARCH LAB, RESEARCH
 TRIANGLE PARK, NC. REPRODUCTIVE TOXICOLOGY
 BRANCH.
   EPA/600/J-92/442
     Mechanisms of TCDCMnduction of Cleft Palate: Insights
     from In vivo and In vitro Approaches.
     PB93-141414/HEB
 ILLINOIS STATE ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION
 AGENCY.SPRINGFIELD. DIV. OF WATER POLLUTION

   IEPA/WPC/92-114
     Effects of Livestock Wastes on Small Illinois Streams:
     Lower Kaskastoa  River Basin and Upper Little Wabash
     River Basins. Summer 1991.
     PB83-144277/REB
   IEPA/WPC/92-220
     Mnois Water Ouaity Management Plan.
     PB93-138451/flEB
 ILLINOIS UNIV. AT URBANA-CHAMPAIGN.

     SaS^^^-P5-*'  ^ andin HUMEX
            y.jkT URBANA^HAHPAKUL DEPT. OF
 CmL ENGINEERING.
     Appieatton of Isotherms for PreoTcSons of GAC Perform-
     ance: A PreMnaiy Analysis.
     (EPA/600/A-92/261)
     PB93-131555/REB
             . AT URBANA-CHAMPAIGN. OEPT. OF

     Chemistry  of Dissolved Organic  Carbon  and  Organic
     Add* in two Streams Draining Forested Watersheds:
      >A/600//
         -141521/REB
 IOWA UNIV., IOWA CITY. DEFT. OF CIVIL AND
 ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING.
     Kjnatics of Chemical Weathering in B Horizon Spodosol
     FiacliuH.
           .
    (EPArtOO/J-92/454)
    PB93-141539/REB
    Advanced Insulations for Refrigerator/Freezers: The Po-
    tential for New Shel Design Incorporating Polymer Bar-
    rier Construction.
    (EPA/6OO/R-93/OO9)
    PB93-146991/REB
 LITTLE (ARTHUR DJ, INC, CAMBRIDGE, MA.
    Methods for Assessing  Exposure to Chemical Sub-
    •stanoes. Volume 11. Methodology for Estimating the Mi-
    gralton of AddWves and Impurities from Polymenc Materi-

    (EPA/S6O/S-8S/015)
    PB93-134096/REB
 LOUISIANA STATE UNIV, BATON ROUGE. DEPT. OF
 OCEANOGRAPHY AND COASTAL SCIENCES.
    Ouaity Assurance Project Plan:  1991 EMAP Wetlands
    Southeastern Plot Study.
    (EPA/eiO/R-92/OOZ)
    PB83-141067/REB
 LUND UWV. (SWEDEN). DEPT. OF ECOLOGY.
    Biosorption of  Dieotorodphenyttrfchloroethane and Hex-
    achtojobenzene in Groundwater and Its rmpications for
    FacMated Transport
    (EPA/60O/J-92/452)
    PB93-141497/REB
 MAMEUMV.ATORONO.
    Characlerualion of Eastern U.S. Spruce-Fir Sols.
     — J-141133/REB
"AmEajDgJRONMENTAL TECHNOLOGY. INC,

  EPA/600AM2/458
    ChMcfcrizhB the Distribution of Observed Precipitation
    and Runoff over the Continental United States.
    PB93-141570/REB
    QuaKy Asaurance Field Operations Report for the Plot
    StudyEvaluaflrq the Habitat Value of Wetland Treatment
        M34682/REB
    HaMat Ouaity Assessment of Two Wetland Treatment
    Systems to Mwimlu*. A Plot Study.
    (&*/6oomJK/&a)
    PB93-13S614/REB
    Rice Field Inventory Using AVHRR Data.
    (EPA/600/AJK/Z83)
    PB93-13S697/REB
    Influence of Elevated CO2 and Temperature on Wetland
    Rice Root Dynamics.
    (g>A/600/A-02/28a)
    PB93-141141/REB
    Process for Regional Assessment of Wetland Risk.

    PB93-14«793/HEB
MANTECH ENVnONMENTAL TECHNOLOGY. INC,
RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK, NC.
    Direct Effects of Ethane Dimethanesulphonate on Epkf-
    dymal Function to Adutt Rats. An to vitro Demonstration.
   (EPA/600/J-92/429>
    PB93-141281/REB
     Dermal Absorption of Chemicals: Effect of Application of
     Chemicals as a Solid, Aqueous Paste. Suspension, or in
     Volatile Vehicle.                   ^^
     (EPA/600/J-92/436)
     PB93-141356/REB
 MANTECH ENVIRONMENTAL TECHNOLOGY
 INTERNATIONAL, (NO, CORVALUS, OR.
     Who Will Speak for Biodiversity.
     (EPA/SOO/J-92/419J
     PB93-135762/REB
 MARINE BIOLOGICAL LAB, WOODS HOLE, MA.
 ECOSYSTEMS CENTER.
     Biological Sinks for Nitrogen  Additions to  a Forested
     Catchment
     (EPA/6OO/A-92/292)
     PB93-141174/REB
 MARYLAND UNIV, COLLEGE PARK. DEPT. OF
 MECHANICAL ENGINEERING.
     Simulation of Nonazeotropic Refrigerant Mixtures for Use
     in a Dual-Circuit Refrigerator/Freezer with Countercurrent
     Heat Exchanges.
    (EPA/eOO/A$2/274)
     PB93-131688/REB
 MASSACHUSETTS UNIV, AMHERST. ENVIRONMENTAL
 ENGINEERING PROGRAM.
     LNAPL Distribution and Hydrocarbon Vapor Transport in
     the Capillary Fringe.
    (EPA/6OO/R-92/247)
     PB93-157550/REB
 MICHIGAN STATE UNIV, EAST LANSING.
     Isolation and Purification of Bacterial DMA from Soil.
    (EPA/6OO/A-93/013)
     PB93-149276/REB
 MIDWEST RESEARCH INST, GARY, NC.
     Alternative Control  Techniques Document  NOx Emis-
    sions from Stationary Gas Turbines.
    (EPA/453/R-93/007)
     PB93-156586/REB
 MIDWEST RESEARCH INST, KANSAS CITY, MO.
    Volatile Organic Sampling Train Soot Interference Report
    (EPA/6OO/R-92/2O8)
     PB93-144145/REB
    Characterization of PM-10 Emissions from Antiskid Mate-
    rials Appted to Ice- and Snow-Covered Roadways.
    (EPA/6OO/R-93/019)
    PB93-150209/REB
 MILLER (WADE) ASSOCIATES, INC, ARLINGTON, VA.
    Analysis of Potential Trade-Offs to Regulation of Disinfec-
    tion By-Products.
    (fPA/81 1/R-92/008)
    PB93-134344/REB
    Occurrence Assessment for Disinfectants and Disinfec-

                                          ater
    PB93-134377/REB
 MINNESOTA UNIV.-DULUTR ST. ANTHONY FALLS
 HYDRAULIC LAB.
    Vertical Diffusion ki Small Stratified Lake: Data and Error
    Analysis.
    (EPA/600/A-33/OO3)
    PB93-149185/REB
 MINNESOTA UNIV, MINNEAPOLIS. ST. ANTHONY FALLS
 HYDRAULIC LAB.
    Water Temperature Characteristics of Lakes Subjected to
    Climate Change.
    (EPA/6OO/R-92/244)
    PB93-135648/REB
    Relationship between Water Temperatures and Air Tem-
    peratures for Central U.S. Streams.
    (EPA/6OO/R-92/243)
    PB93-135655/REB
 MlfiNESOTA UNIV, ST. PAUL. WATER RESOURCES
 RESEARCH CENTER.
    Recent Sulfur Enrichment in the Sedtownts of Little Rock
    Lake, Wisconsin.
    (EPA/6OO/J-92/415)
    PB93-1 35721 /REB
 NATIONAL AGRICULTURAL LIBRARY, BELTSV1LLE, MD.
  USDA/BLA-11B
    Protection of Pome Fruits, March 1985-May 1992. Cita-
    tions from  AGRICOLA Concerning Diseases and Other
    Environmental Considerations.
    PB93-149904/REB'
  USDA/BLA-120
    Metnyfcromide and Ks Alternatives as Fumigants. 1979-
    May 1992. Citations  from AGRICOLA Concerning Dis-
    eases and Other Environmental Considerations.
    PB93-149912/REB
NATIONAL CENTER FOR ATMOSPHERIC RESEARCH.
BOULDER. CO. ENVIRONMENTAL AND SOCIETAL
IMPACTS GROUP.
    Methods for Analyzing Extreme Events  Under CSmate
    Change.
   (EPA/SOO/R-93/014)
    PB93-146827/REB
NATIONAL ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY.
SOLNA (SWEDEN).
  SNV-3931
    Bladder-wrack (Focus vesicutosus L) as an indicator for
    radnnuddes to the  environment  of Swedish nuclear
                                                                81 /REB
                                                      SNV-3949
                                                        Radoecotogy to Nordiclmnic systems - present knowl-
                                                        edge and future crospects.
                                                        DE92643948/REB
   SNV-4033
     New technology for refrigeration and heating plants.
     DE93721673/REB
   SNV-4045
     Greenhouse gases. Emissions and countermeasures in
     an international perspective.
     DE93721674/REB
 NATIONAL GEOPHYSICAL DATA CENTER, BOULDER,
 CO.
     Global Ecosystems Database. Version 1.0 (on CD-ROM).
     EPA Global Climate Research Program. NOAA/NGDC
     Global Change Database Program. User's Guide. Volume
     1. NGDC Key to  Geophysical Records Documentation
     No. 26.
    (EPA/6OO/R-92/194A)
     PB93-1460B2/REB
     Global Ecosystems Database. Version 1.0 (on CD-ROM).
     EPA Global Climate Research Program. NOAA/NGDC
     Global  Change  Database  Program.  Documentation
     Manual, DISC-A. Volume 1. NGDC Key to Geophysical
     Records Documentation No. 27.
    (EPA/6OO/R-92/194B)
     PB93-146090/REB
 NATIONAL OCEAN  SERVICE, ROCKVILLE, MD.
 STRATEGIC ASSESSMENT BRANCH.
     Susceptibility  of East Coast Estuaries to  Nutrient Dis-
     charges: Albemarie/Pamlico Sound to Biscayne Bay.
     PB93-136901/REB
     Susceptibility  of East Coast Estuaries to  Nutrient Dis-
     charges: Passamaquoddy Bay to Chesapeake Bay.
     PB93-136927/REB
 NATIONAL PARK SERVICE, WASHINGTON, DC. WILDLIFE
 AND VEGETATION DIV.
   NPS-D-752
     Annual Report of National Park Marine Debris Monitoring
     Program: 1991 Marine Debris Surveys with Summary of
     Data from 1968 to  1991.
     PB93-132587/REB
   NPS/NRWV/NRTR-92/10
    Annual Report of National Park Marine Debris Monitoring
     Program: 1991 Marine Debris Surveys with Summary of
     Data from 1988 to  1991.
     PB93-132S87/REB
 NATIONAL RESEARCH COUNCIL, WASHINGTON, DC.
 WATER SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY BOARD.
    Review of EPA's Environmental Monitoring and Assess-
    ment Program (EMAP). Interim Report
    PB93-146348/REB
 NEVADA UNIV. SYSTEM, RENO. DESERT RESEARCH
 INST.
    Soil-Mediated  Effects of Atmospheric Deposition on East-
    em U.S. Spruce-Fir Forests.
    (EPA/60O/A-92/287)
    PB93-141125/REB
 NORTH CAROLINA CENTRAL UNIV, DURHAM. DEPT. OF
 BIOLOGY.
    Application of a Wheat Seedling Assay for Detecting An-
    euptoidy Induced by  N-Ethyl-N-Nitrosourea and 4-Nitro-
    quinoline-1-Oxide.
    (EPA/600/J-92/447)
    PB93-141463/REB
 NORTH CAROLINA STATE UNIV. AT RALEIGH. SEA
 GRANT COLL. PROGRAM.
  UNC/SG-92/12
    Shoreline Erosion Control Using Marsh Vegetation and
    Low-Cost Structures.
    PB93-142420/REB
 NORTHEASTERN  FOREST EXPERIMENT STATION,
 PARSONS, WV. TIMBER AND WATERSHED LAB.
    Effects of  Repeated Ammonium Sulfate Applications on
    Soil  Leachate Chemistry on the Femow Experimental
    Forest in West Virginia, USA.
    (EPA/60O/A-92/281)
    PB93-135671/REB
 NSI TECHNOLOGY SERVICES CORP, RESEARCH
TRIANGLE PARK, NC.
    Generation of  Mutagenic Transformation Products during
    the Irradiation of  Simulated Urban Atmospheres.
    (EPA/600/J-S2/421)
    PB93-141208/REB
OREGON GRADUATE INST. OF SCIENCE AND
TECHNOLOGY, BEAVERTON. DEPT. OF
ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING.
    Experimental Examination of Integrated Soil Vapor Ex-
    traction Techniques.
    (EPA/600/J-92/280)
    PB93-131738/REB
OREGON STATE UNIV, CORVALUS. DEPT. OF
FISHERIES AND WILDLIFE.
    Trace Organic Contaminants to Anthropogenicalty Acidi-
    fied Surface Waters.
    (EPA/600/A-92/282)
    PB93-135689/REB
OREGON STATE UNIV, CORVALUS. DEPT. OF
GEOSCIENCES.
    Restoration of the  Salmon  River Salt Marshes: Retro-
    spect and Prospect
    (EPA/910/9-92/012)
    PB93-143709/REB
OREGON STATE UNIV, CORVALUS. DEPT. OF SOIL
SCIENCE.
    Air-Drying and  Pretreatment Effects on Soil Sulfate Sorp-
    Bon.
    (EPA/600/J-92/4S6)
    PB93-141554/REB
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                                                                                                                             WYOMING UNIV., LARAMIE.
PACIFIC NORTHWEST FOREST AND RANGE
EXPERIMENT STATION, CORVALLIS, OR. FORESTRY
SCIENCES LAB.
    Some Emerging Issues in Watershed Management-Land-
    scape  Patterns,  Species  Conservation, and  Climate
    Change.
    (EPA/6OO/A-92/256)
    PB93-131522/REB
PECHAN (E.H.) AND ASSOCIATES, INC., DURHAM, NC.
    Development of Size-Specific Data from Paniculate Con-
    trol Technology Research Reports.
    (EPA/600/R-92/214)
    PB93-131456/REB
PENNSYLVANIA STATE UNIV., UNIVERSITY PARK. DEPT.
OF CIVIL ENGINEERING.
    Exact  Peak Capturing and  Oscillation-Free Scheme  to
    Solve Advection-Dispersion Transport Equations.
    (EPA/6OO/J-92/409)
    PB93-131845/REB
PENNSYLVANIA STATE UNIV., UNIVERSITY PARK.
ENVIRONMENTAL RESOURCES RESEARCH INST.
    Episodic  Response Project-Northern  Appalachian Pla-
    teau: Site Description and Methodology.
    (EPA/600/R-93/023)
    PB93-149755/REB
PIRNIE (MALCOLM), INC, WHITE PLAINS, NY.
    Technologies  and Costs for Control of Disinfection By-
    products: Executive  Summary.
    (EPA/811/S-92/002)
    PB93-134922/REB
    Water Treatment Plant Simulation Program, Version 1.21,
    User's Manual.
    (EPA/811/B-92/001)
    PB93-134948/REB
PRC ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT, INC., SEATTLE,
WA.
    Guidelines lor Developing Risk-Based  Cleanup Levels at
    RCRA Sites in Region 10.
    (EPA/810/9-92/0191
    PB93-145662/REB
PURDUE UNIV., LAFAYETTE, IN. DEPT. OF
AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS.
    Cost Effective Corn  and Soybean Production Without Till-
    age: Fact or Fiction  (May 1988).
    (EPA/905/9-91/010. GL-O11/91)
    PB93-1S7S68/REB
RADIAN CORP, AUSTIN, TX.
    Innovative Sensing Techniques for Monitoring and Meas-
    uring Selected Qoxins, Furans, and Polycyclic Aromatic
    Hydrocarbons in Stack Gas.
    (EPA/6OO/A-92/277)
    PB93-131704/REB
    Air/Superiund National Technical Guidance Study Series:
    Applicability of Open Path Monitors for Superfund.
    (EPA/4S1/R-92/001)
    PB93-138154/REB
RADIAN CORP, RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK, NC.
   DCN-92-239-022-O2-06
    Evaluation of Nitrogen Oxide Emissions Data from TVA
    Coal-Fired Boilers.
    (EPA/6OO/R-92/242)
    PB93-138865/REB
    Inventory of Methane Losses  from the Natural Gas  In-
    dustry.
    (EPA/6OO/A-92/279)
    PB93-131720/REB
    OAQS Control Cost Manual (Fourth Edition), Supplement
    2.
    (EPA/450/3-90/006B)
    PB93-138147/REB
    Highlights of  the EPA Innovative Regulatory Strategies
    Workshop:  Market-Based Incentives  and other Innova-
    tions for Air Pollution Control. Summary of Workshop Dis-
    cussion  Sessions. Held in Washington, DC.  on January
    15-17, 1992.
    (EPA/452/S-92/001)
    PB93-150290/REB
RAND CORP, SANTA MONICA, CA.
   RAND/N-3140-1-EPA/JMO/RC
    Subjective-Probability-Based  Scenarios  for  Uncertain
    Input  Parameters:  Stratospheric Ozone Depletion, De-
    cember 1990.
    PB93-143741/REB
RESEARCH TRIANGLE INST., RESEARCH TRIANGLE
PARK, NC.
    Characterization of Environmental Chambers for Evaluat-
    ing Microbial Growth on Building Materials.
    (EPA/600/A-92/265)
    PB93-131597/REB
RICE UNIV, HOUSTON, TX. DEPT. OF ENVIRONMENTAL
SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING.
    Cell Density and Non-Equilibrium Sorption Effects  on
    Bacterial Dispersal in Groundwater Microcosms.
    (EPA/600/J-92/451)
    PB93-141505/REB
ROBERT S. KERR ENVIRONMENTAL RESEARCH LAB,
ADA, OK.
  EPA/540/S-92/016
    Basic Concepts of Contaminant Sorption.
    PB93-146835/REB
  EPA/540/S-92/017
    In-situ Bioremediation of Ground Water.
    PB93-146850/REB
  EPA/600/A-93/004
    Bioremediation.
    PB93-149193/REB
  EPA/600/A-93/005
    Comparison of Ground-Water Sampling Devices Based
    on Equilibration of Water Quality Indicator Parameters.
    PB93-149201/REB
  EPA/600/J-92/450
    Applied Geologic, Microbiological, and Engineering Con-
    straints of In-situ BTEX Bioremediation.
    PB93-141513/REB
  EPA/600/J-93/005
    Surfactants and Subsurface Remediation.
    PB93-149854/REB
SCIENCE APPLICATIONS INTERNATIONAL CORP,
CINCINNATI, OH.
    Pollution  Prevention  Opportunity Assessment:  USDA
    Beltsville Agricultural Research Center.
    (EPA/6OO/R-93/008)
    PB93-146843/REB
    Pollution  Prevention Opportunity  Assessment Manufac-
    turing and Fabrication Repair Laboratory at Sandia Na-
    tional Laboratories.
    (EPA/600/R-93/01SA)
    PB93-146868/REB
    Pollution Prevention Opportunity Assessment: Geochem-
    istry Laboratory, Sandia National Laboratories.
    (EPA/600/R-93/01SB)
    PB93-146900/REB
SCIENCE APPLICATIONS INTERNATIONAL CORP,
OLYMPIA,  WA.
    Model  Pollution Prevention Plan for the  Kraft Segment of
    the Pulp and Paper Industry.
    (EPA/910/9-92/030)
    PB93-14S605/REB
    Pollution Prevention for the Kraft Pulp and Paper Indus-

    fPA/910/9-92/031)
    PB93-145613/REB
    Pollution Prevention Opportunity Assessment and Imple-
    mentation Plan.  For Simpson  Tacoma  Kraft  Company,
    Tacoma, Washington.
    (EPA/910/9-92/027)
    PB93-145670/REB
SHERBROOKE UNIV. (QUEBEC). DEPT. DE BIOLOGIE.
    Evaluating Point Count versus Territory  Mapping in Crop-
    land Birds.
    (EPA/6OO/A-93/019)
    PB93-156057/REB
SMC MARTIN, INC, VALLEY FORGE, PA.
    Technical Assistance Document Corrosion, Its Detection
    and Control in Injection Wells.
    (EPA/S70/9-87/O02)
    PB93-115897/REB
SONOTECH, ATLANTA, GA.
    Applications of Pulse Combustion in  Industrial and Incin-
    eration Processes.
    (EPA/6OO/A-a2/269)
    PB93-131639/REB
SOUTHERN RESEARCH INST, BIRMINGHAM, AL.
    Evaluation of POHC and PIC Screening  Methods.
    (EPA/600/R-93/OO4)
    PB93-144137/REB
STANFORD UNIV, CA. DEPT. OF CIVIL ENGINEERING.
   Transformation of Carbon Tetrachloride in the Presence
   of Sulfide, Biotite, and Vermiculite.
   (EPA/600/J-92/414)
   PB93-135713/REB

STATE UNIV. OF NEW YORK COLL. OF ENVIRONMENTAL
SCIENCE AND FORESTRY, SYRACUSE.
   Stable  Sulfur Isotopes of Sulfate in  Precipitation and
   Stream Solutions in a Northern Hardwood Watershed.
   (EPA/600/J-92/457)
   PB93-141562/REB

SUFFOLK COUNTY DEPT. OF HEALTH SERVICES,
HAUPPAUGE, NY.
   Reid Experiences VOC  and  Pesticide Removal Using
   GAC Suffolk County, New York.
   (EPA/6OO/A-92/263)
   PB93-131571/REB

TRC ENVIRONMENTAL CORP, CHAPEL HILL, NC.
   Guidelines for Estimating and  Applying Rule Effective-
   ness for Ozone CO State Implementation Plan Base Year
   Inventories.
   (EPA/4S2/R-92/010)
   PB93-131498/REB
   Revised Emissions Estimation Methodologies for Industri-
   al, Residential, and Electric Utility Stationary Combustion
   Sources.
   (EPA/6OO/R-92/239)
   PB93-135663/REB

UNIVERSITY OF EAST ANGLIA, NORWICH (ENGLAND).
SCHOOL OF ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES.
   Comparison of Episodic Acidification in Canada, Europe
   and  the United States.
   (EPA/6OO/J-92/418)
   PB93-135754/REB

UTAH WATER RESEARCH LAB, LOGAN.
   Behavior of Metals in Soils.
   (EPA/S40/S-92/01B)
   PB93-131480/REB

VEBEL SOCIETY, INC, GAITHERSBURG, MD.
   Federal Policies and Technological Problem-Solving.
   PB93-142107/REB

WESTERN ILLINOIS UNIV, MACOMB. DEPT. OF
BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES.
   Synergistjc and Antagonistic Effects on Genotoxictty of
   Chemcals Commonly Found in Hazardous Waste Sites.
   (EPA/600/J-92/426)
    PB93-141257/REB

WHITE (JD.) CO, VANCOUVER, WA.
   Quality Assurance Plan for 1991  Pilot Study of the Eco-
    logical Condition  of Municipal Wastewater Constructed
   Wetland Treatment Systems.
   (EPA/6OO/R-92/231)
    PB93-134674/REB

WISCONSIN GEOLOGICAL AND NATURAL HISTORY
SURVEY, MADISON.
    Delineation of Wellhead Protection Areas in  Fractured
    Rocks.
   (EPA/570/9-91/OO9)
    PB93-115822/REB

WOODS HOLE OCEANOGRAPHIC INSTITUTION, MA.
  WHOI-89-1
    Molecular Regulation of  the  Induction of Cytochrome P-
    450E in the Estuarine Fish Fundulus Heteroclitus.
    AD-A258 623/8/REB

WYOMING UNIV, LARAMIE.
    Mineral Dissolution Rates: A Comparison of Laboratory
    and Field Studies.
   (EPA/600/A-92/293)
    PB93-141182/REB
    Role of Soil Organic Acids in  Mineral  Weathering Proc-
    esses (Chapter 6).
   (EPA/6OO/A-93/012)
    PB93-149268/REB
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PERSONAL AUTHOR INDEX
  This index is arranged by personal author's last name, report title, and NTIS order
  number. As many as five authors may be included for each report; all are listed in
  this index.
SAMPLE ENTRY
             Author Name
                 Tide
 NTIS Order Number/Media Code Price Codes
NELSON, R. P., KING G. A., DeVELJCE R. L, LENIHAN, J.,
and MARKS, D.

Sensitivity of Ecological Landscapes and Regions to
Global Climatic Change
                       PB90-120072/HSU
            PC A09/MF A01

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                                                    PERSONAL  AUTHOR  INDEX
ABBOTT, B. D.
  Mechanisms of TCDD-lnductton  of deft Palate: Insights
  from In vivo and In vitro Approaches.
  PB93-141414/REB
ABER, J. D.
  Biological Sinks for Nitrogen Additions to a Forested Catch-
  ment
  PB93-141174/REB
ADAMS, M.
  Effects of  Repeated Ammonium Sulfate Applications  on
  Soil Leachate Chemistry on  the  Femow  Experimental
  Forest in West Virginia, USA.
  PB93-135671/HEB
ADAMS, R. C.
  Evaluation of POHC and PIC Screening Methods.
  PB93-144137/REB
ADAMS, T.
  User's Guide to Flexible Membrane Liner Advisory Expert
  System: Flex Version 3.0.                       ^^
  PB93-134872/REB
ADAMUS, P.  R.
  Process for Regional Assessment of Wetland Risk.
  PB93-146793/REB
ADRIAN, D. D.
  Investigation of Inappropriate Pollutant Entries into  Storm
  Drainage Systems: A User's Guide.
  PB93-131472/REB
ALEXANDER, C.
  Susceptibility of  East Coast  Estuaries to Nutrient Dis-
  charges: Albemarfe/Pamlico Sound to Biscayne Bay.
  PB93-136901 /HEB
  Susceptibility of  East Coast  Estuaries to Nutrient Dis-
  PB93-136927/REB
ALFORD-STEVENS, A.
  Method 524. Measurement of Purgeable Organic Com-
  pounds in Drinking Water by Gas Chromatography/Mass
  Spactrometry.
  PB93-157931/REB
ALLEN. J. W.
  Micronudei  and  Other Nuclear  Anomalies  in  Buccal
  Smears: A Field Test in Snuff Users.
  PB93-141448/REB
  Micronuclei  and  Other Nuclear  Anomalies  in  Buccal
  Smears: Methods Development
  PB93-141455/REB
ALLEN. S.
  Arctic Contaminants Research Program: Research Plan.
  PB93-13S630/REB
ALUS, J. W.
  Hepatotoxic  Interactions of Ethanol with Ally!  Alcohol or
  Carbon Tetrachloride in Rats.
  PB93-141422/REB
ALLISON, T. l_
  Evaluation of Source Term Initial  Conditions for Modeling
  Leachate Migration from Landfills.
  PB93-131464/REB
AMBROSE, R. B.
  Technical Guidance Manual for Performing Waste Load Al-
  locations. Book 3:  Estuaries.  Part 3. Use of Mixing Zone
  Models in Estuarine Waste Load Allocations.
  PB93-145704/REB
  Technical Guidance Manual for Performing Waste Load Al-
  locations.  Book 3: Estuaries.  Part 4:  Critical  Review of
  Coastal Embayment and Estuarine Waste Load Allocation
  Modeling.
  PB93-144202/REB
ANDREOU, A.
  Reid Experiences VOC and Pesticide Removal  Using GAC
  Suffolk County, New York.
  PB93-131S71/REB
APPLEGATE, M.
  In vitro Mammalian Mutagenesis as a Model for Genetic
  Lesions in Human Cancer.
  PB93-141471/REB
ARASTEH, D.
  Advanced Insulations for Refrigerator/Freezers:  Th« Poten-
  tial  for New Shell Design Incorporating Polymer Barrier
  Construction.
  PB93-146991/REB '
ASOLEKAR, S. R.
  Kinetics of Chemical Weathering  in B  Horizon SpodosoJ
  Fraction.
  PB93-141539/REB
BACHELET, D.
  Effects of UV-B and Global Climate Change on Rice: First
  Annual Program Progress Report
  PB93-135622/REB
  Influence of Elevated CO2 and Temperature on Wetland
  Rice Root Dynamics.
  PB93-141141/REB
  Rice Field Inventory Using AVHRR Data.
  PB93-135697/REB
BAGBY, W.
  Experimental Examination of Integrated Soil Vapor Extrac-
  tion Techniques.
  PB93-131738/REB
BAHAM, J.
  Air-Drying and Pretreatment Effects on  Soil Sulfate Sorp-
  tkxi.
  PB93-141S54/REB
BAIER, J. H.
  Field Experiences VOC and Pesticide Removal Using GAC
  Suffolk County, New York.
  PB93-131571/REB
BAKER, l_ A.
  Recent  Sulfur Enrichment in the Sediments of Little Rock
  Lake, Wisconsin.
  PB93-135721/REB
BARBE, D.
  Investigation of Inappropriate Pollutant Entries into Storm
  Drainage Systems: A User's Guide.
  PB93-131472/REB
BARBOUR, W.
  OAQS Control Cost Manual (Fourth Edition), Supplement 2.
  PB93-138147/REB
BARE, J. C.
  Simulation of Nonazeotropic Refrigerant Mixtures for Use in
  a Dual-Circuit  Refrigerator/Freezer  with  Countercurrent
  Heat Exchanges.
  PB93-131688/REB
BARFELD, E.
  Clean Water Act (Section 319): An Evaluation of Program
  Implementation in Region 10.
  PB93-145654/REB
BARKLEY, N. P.
  Control Technology: 1992 Update of U.S. EPA's Superfund
  Innovative Technology Evaluation  (SITE)  Emerging  Tech-
BARNARD, W. R.
  Development of Size-Specific Data from Paniculate Control
  Technology Research Reports.
  PB93-131456/REB
BEBEE, C. N.
  Methylbromide and Its Alternatives as Fumigants, 1979-May
  1992. Citations from AGRICOLA Concerning Diseases and
  Other Environmental Considerations.
  PB93-149912/REB
  Protection of Pome Fruits, March 1985-May 1992. Citations
  from AGRICOLA Concerning Diseases and Other Environ-
  mental Considerations.
  PB93-149904/REB
BENIGNUS, V. A.
  Olfactory Evoked Responses to Odorous Stimuli of Differ-
  ent Intensities.
  PB93-141315/REB
BERMAN, D.
  Comparative Resistance of 'Escherichia coli' and Entero-
  cocct to Chlorinabon.
  PB93-150126/REB
BERMAN, E.
  Hepatotoxic  Interactions of Ethanol  with Allyl Alcohol  or
  Carbon Tetrachloride in Rats.
  PB93-141422/REB
BERRY, J. C.
  Novel Approach for Gathering Data on Solvent Cleaning.
  PB93-142115/REB
BICKERS, C. A.
  Effects  of  Livestock Wastes on  Small  Illinois  Streams:
  Lower Kaskaskia  River Basin  and  Upper Little Wabash
  River Basins, Summer 1991.
  PB93-144277/REB
BIRNBAUM, L S.
  Mechanisms of TCDD-lnduction  of  Cleft Palate:  Insights
  from In vivo and In vitro Approaches.
  PB93-141414/REB
BLEDSOE.B. E.
  Behavior of Metals in Soils.
  PB93-131480/REB
BOGUSKI, T. l_
  Ufa-Cycle Assessment Inventory Guidelines and Principles.
  PB93-1 39681 /REB
BORIO, R.
  Rebum Technology for Boiler NOx Control.
  PB93-131589/REB
BOWMAN, D.
  Revised Emissions Estimation Methodologies for Industrial,
  Residential,  and  Electric Utility  Stationary Combustion
  Sources.
  PB93-135663/REB
BOZEK, J. W.
  Formation and Control of Combustion Pollutants from Gas-
  oline-Fueled Spark-Ignition Motor Vehicle Engines. (Revised
  November 1992).
  PB93-141042/REB
BRADBU, K. R.
  Delineation of Wellhead Protection Areas in Fractured
  Rocks.
  PB93-115822/REB
BREZONIK, P. L
  Recent Sulfur  Enrichment in the Sediments of Little Rock
  Lake, Wisconsin.
  PB93-135721/REB
BRIMUOIN, W. S.
  Paraoxon Toxicity Is Not Potentiated by Prior Reduction in
  Blood Acetylcholinesterase.
  PB93-141265/REB
BROCKAMP, D. W.
  Effects  of  Livestock Wastes on  Small  Illinois  Streams:
  Lower Kaskaskia  River Basin  and  Upper Little Wabash
  River Basins, Summer 1991.
  PB93-144277/REB
BRODOWICZ, P.
  Motor Vehicle-Related Air Toxics Study.
  PB93-146462/REB

BROOME, S. W.
  Shoreline  Erosion Control  Using  Marsh Vegetation and
  Low-Cost Structures.
  PB93-142420/REB

BROWN, B. G.
  Methods  for Analyzing  Extreme  Events  Under  Climate
  Change.
  PB93-146827/REB

BUCKHOLZ, P. S.
  Pathogenirity of 'Salmonella  pullorum' in Northern Bob-
  white Quail and Mallard Ducks.
  PB93-135739/REB
BUCKLEY, T. J.
  Household Exposures  to Benzene from Showering with
  Gasoline-Contaminated Ground Water.
  PB93-131530/REB

BUDDE, W. l_
  Method 524. Measurement of Purgeable Organic  Com-
  pounds  in Drinking Water by Gas Chromatography/Mass
  Spectrometry.
  PB93-157931/REB
BUFAUNI, J. J.
  Generation of  Mutagenic Transformation Products during
  the Irradiation of Simulated Urban Atmospheres.
  PB93-141208/REB
BUNDICK, C. M.
  Comparison of the Effects of Drilling Fluid on Macrobenthic
  Invertebrates Associated with the Seagrass, Thalassia tes-
  tudinum', in the Laboratory and Field.
  PB93-131837/REB

BURGESS, C. B.
  Shoreline  Erosion Control  Using  Marsh Vegetation and
  Low-Cost Structures.
  PB93-142420/REB
BURKUN, C. E.
  Inventory of Methane Losses from the Natural Gas Indus-

  PB93-131720/REB
BURNETTE, L.
  V(DW Recombinase-Mediated Deletion of the 'hprt' Gene in
  T-Lymphocytes from Adult Humans.
  PB93-141216/REB
BURTON, R.
  Aerosol  Acidity  Characterization  of  Large  Metropolitan
  Areas: Pilot and Wanning for Philadelphia.
  PB93-149177/REB
BURTON, R. M.
  Comparison of Aerosol Acidity in Urban and Semi-Rural En-
  vironments.
  PB93-131712/REB
BUSH, 0.
  Characterization of Environmental Chambers for Evaluating
  Microbial Growth on Building Materials.
  PB93-131597/REB
CAMPBELL, L. M.
  Inventory of  Methane Losses from the Natural Gas Indus-
      l-131720/REB

CAMPBELL, M. V.
  Inventory of Methane Losses from the Natural Gas Indus-
      i-131720/REB
CAREY, P.
  Motor Vehicle-Related Air Toxics Study.
  PB93-146462/REB
CARUNE, R. F.
  Episodic  Response Project-Northern Appalachian  Plateau:
  Site Description and Methodology.
  PB93-149755/REB
CARROLL, G. J.
  Pilot-Scale  Evlauatton of  an Incinerability Ranking System
  for Hazardous Organic Compounds.
  PB93-150118/REB
CARSON, D.  A.
  Techniques for the  Fabrication of Geomembrane  Riled
  Seams.
  PB93-131B78/REB
CARTWRIGHT, K.
  Construction,  Monitoring, and  Performance  of Two Soil
  Liners. Project Summary.
  PB93-157923/REB
CASTALDINI, C.
  Evaluation and Costing of NOx Controls for Existing Utility
  Boilers in the NESCAUM Region.
  PB93-142016/REB
CHANG, J. C. S.
  Characterization of Organic Emission from a Wood Finish-
  ing Product-Wood Stain.
  PB93-150100/REB
CHANG, J. R.
  Exact Peak Capturing and  Oscillation-Free Scheme  to
  Solve Advection-Disperston Transport Equations.
  PB93-131845/REB
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                                                            PERSONAL  AUTHOR INDEX
CHEN.C.T.
  Experimental Examination of Integrated Soil Vapor Extrac-
  tion Techniques.
  PB93-131738/REB
CHERT. D.
  SynerarsSc and Antagonistic Effects on  Genotoxicity of
  Chemicals Commonly Found in Hazardous Waste Sites.
  PB93-141257/REB
CHERNOFF.N.
  Review of the Literature on Potential Reproductive and De-
  velopmental Toxidty of Electric and Magnetic Fields.
  P893-141307/REB
CLAXTON.L.D.
  Generation of Mutagenic Transformation Products during
  the InwSaSon of Simulated Urban Atmospheres.
  PB93-1412O8/REB
COHEN, R. II.
  DNAPL Site Evaluation.
  PB93-150217/REB
COKER.G.
  Technical Assistance Document Corrosion, Its Detection
  and Control in Injection Wells.
  PB93-115897/REB
COLE, C. A.
  Annual Report  of National  Park Marine Debris Monitoring
  Program: 1991   Marina Debris Surveys with Summary of
  Data from 1988 to 1991.
  PB93-132587/REB
COLE.E.
  Characterization of Environmental Chambers for Evaluating
  Mfcrobial Growth on BuWng Materials.
  PB93-131597/REB
COLEHAN.R.
  Development of Size-Specific Data from Paniculate Control
  Technology Research Reports.
  PB93-131456/REB
COMFORT, & D.
  Air-Drying and  Pmttealmem Effects on Soi Sutfata Sorp-

  PB93-141554/REB
COOK.R.
  Motor VehfcfeAeMBd Air Toxics Study.
  PB93-14646Z/REB
CORNABY.aW.
  Ufo-Cycto Assessment Inventory Guidelines and Principles.
  PB93-139681/REB
COVERT, T.C.
  Conyaraflw Resistance of •Escherichia coT and Entero-
  coed to CNortntttton.
  PB93-150126/REB
CROFTOM.K.M.
  Behavioral  Development  Following  Daily  Episodes of
  Mother-Infant Separation ki the Rat.
  PB93-141406/REB
CROMWELL, J.
  Simulation of Raw Water and Treatment Parameters in
  Support of the Disinfection By-Products Regulatory Impact
  Analysis.
  PB33-134401/REB
CROMWELL, J.E.
  Analysis of Potential Trade-Offs in Regulation of Disinfec-
  tion By-Products.
  PB93-134344/REB
  Framework for Decision Making: An EPA Perspective.
  PB93-134369/REB
CURRAN.T.
  National Air Quaity and Emissions Trends Report 1991.
  PB93-143996/REB
CURTIS, l_
  ArcSc Contaminants Research Program: Research Plan.
  PB93-135630/REB
CYR.A.
  Evaluating Point Count versus Territory Mapping in Crop-
  land Birds.
  PB93-1S6057/REB
DAMEL,aa
  Applications o< Pulse Combustion in Industrial and Inciner-
  AUOft PIOC0S9GS.
  PB93-131639/REB
DANIELS, UJ.
  Correlation between Chemical Suppression of Natural KHer
  Ce«  Activity in  Mice and SusceptibHy to CytomegaJovhis:
  Rato^ to Applyiria Murine Cytomeoalovrus asji Host
  RwistanoB Model •no for (ntocproting knrnunotoxictty Tsst-
  irn h Terms of Risk of Disease.
  PB93-141430/REB
DAvn.M.a
  Chemistry of Dissolved Organic Carbon and Organic Adds
  in Two Streams Draining Forested Watersheds.
  PB93-141521/REB
  Organic Atidtty in Maine  (USA)  Lakes and in HUMEX
  Lake SUervatjem (Norway).
  PB93-141166/REB
DAVES, T. D.
  Comparison  of  Episode Acttficabon  in Canada.  Europe
  and the United  States.
  PB93-1357S4/RE8
DAVIS, W.S.
  Proceedmgs of the Midwest Pokition Control Biologists
  Mooting. 1991.  Environmental IncScators: Measurement and
  Assessment  EndpoMs. Held in Uncotnwood, HHnois on
  March 19-22.1991.
  PB93-145712/REB
  Proceedings of the 1989 Midwest Pollution Control Biolo-
  gists Meeting.  Held in Chicago, Illinois on February 14-17,
  1989.
  PB93-143691/REB
DAYTON, D. P.
  Innovative Sensing Techniques for Monitoring and Measur-
  ing Selected DJOMTS, Furans, and Potycydic Aromatic Hy-
  drocarbons in Stack Gas.
  PB93-131704/REB
DEAN, J. H.
  Correlation between Chemical Suppression of Natural Killer
  Cell Activity in Mice and Susceptibility to Cytomegalowus:
  Rationale for Applying Murine Cytomegalovirus as a Host
  Resistance Model and for Interpreting Immunotoxkaty Test-
  ing in Terms of Risk of Disease.
  P893-141430/REB
DEAN, T. A.
  Development of Size-Specific Data from Paniculate Control
  Technology Research Reports.
  PB93-131456/REB
DEANGELES, A. J.
  Guidelines for Developing  Risk-Based Cleanup Levels  at
  RCRA Sites in Region 10.
  PB93-145662/REB
DEANGELO,
  Improved Method for Screening cONA Expression Libraries
  for DNA-BincSng Proteins.
  PB93-141299/REB
DELUNGER.B.
  Plot-Scale Eviauatkxi of an Incnerability Ranking System
  for Hazardous  Organic Compounds.
  PB93-150118/REB
DEMARCO, J.
  Design for Total Organics Removal at Cincinnati.
  PB93-131563/REB
DEWARINL D. IL
  Effect of a Base-Catalyzed DecNorination Process on the
  Genotoxicity of PCB-Contaminated Soil.
  PB93-141323/REB
DEWALLE.D.R.
  Episodic Response Project-Northern Appalachian  Plateau:
  Site Description and Methodology.
  PB93-149755/REB
DHESLJ.S.
  Application of  a Wheat Seedling Assay for Detecting Aneu-
  pioidy Induced by N-Ethyl-N-Nitrosourea and 4-Nitroquino-
  •ne-1-Oxkte
  PB93-141463/REB
DKK.R.P.
  Air-Orying and Pretreatment Effects on Soil Sulfate Sorp-
  tion.
  PB93-141554/REB
WUBERTO, J. J.
  Mechanisms  of TCDD-lnductJon of Cleft Palate:  Insights
  from In vivo and In vitro Approaches.
  PB93-141414/REB
DILKS, D. W.
  Technical Guidance Manual for Performing Waste Load Al-
  locations. Book 3:  Estuaries.  Part 4:  Critical Review  of
  Coastal  Embayment and Estuarine Waste Load Allocation
  Modeling.
  PB93-144202/REB
DOBBS.R.A.
  Sorption  of Toxic Organic  Compounds on Wastewater
  Solids: Mechanism and Modeling,
  PB93-150191/REB
DOLPH.J.
  Characterizing the Distribution of Observed Precipitation
  and Runoff over the Continental United States.
  PB93-141570/REB
DOMGIAN, A. S.
  Evaluation of  Source Term Initial Conditions for Modeling
  Leachate Migration from Landfills.
  PB93-131464/REB
DONOHUE, J. M.
  Health Advisory for Zinc Chloride.
  PB93-136620/REB
DOORN.M.RJ.
  Development of Size-Specific Data from Paniculate Control
  Technology Research Reports.
  PB93-131456/REB
DORSET, J. A.
  Emission Rates of Mercury from Latex Paints.
  PB93-131654/REB
DOW, C.L.
  Episodic Response Project-Northern Appalachian  Plateau;
  Site Doscnption sno Motftodofooy.
  PB93-149755/REB
DOWNS, U. a
  Biological Sinks for Nitrogen Additions to a Forested Catch-
   PB93-141174/REB
 DRAVES.J.
   AJr/Superfund National Technical Guidance Study Series:
   AppfcabBty of Open Path Monitors for Superfund.
   PB93-138154/REB
 DRAVES.J.A.
   Innovative Sensing Techniques for Monitoring and Measur-
   ing Selected Dnxns.  Furans, and PorycycBc Aromatic Hy-
   drocarbons in Stack Gas.
   PB93-131704/REB
DREVER, J. I.
  Mineral Dissolution Rates: A Comparison of Laboratory and
  Field Studies.
  PB93-141182/REB
  Role of Soil Organic Acids in Mineral Weathering Process-
  es (Chapter 6).
  PB93-149268/REB

EARY, L.E.
  Recovery of the Highly Acidified Ctearwater Lake Water-
  shed, Ontario. Canada. Simulated with the IL WAS Model.
  PB93-141547/REB
EDGERTORE.
  Acidic Gases and Aerosols in  the  Eastern and Western
  United States.
  PB93-131696/REB

EDNEY, E. 0.
  Atmospheric Chemistry and Physical Fate of HCFCs and
  MFCs and Their Degradation Products.
  PB93-131449/REB

EDWARDS, B. C.
  Dermal Absorption  of  Chemicals:  Effect  of Application of
  Chemicals as a Solid, Aqueous Paste, Suspension, or in
  Volatile Vehicle.
  PB93-141356/REB
EDWARDS, P.
  Effects of Repeated Ammonium  Sulfate Applications on
  Soil Leachate  Chemistry  on   the  Femow Experimental
  Forest in West Virginia. USA.
  PB93-135671 /RES
EtCHELBERGER, J. W.
  Method  524. Measurement of Purgeabte Organic  Com-
  pounds in Drinking Water  by Gas Chromatography/Mass
  Spectrometry.
  PB93-157931 /REB
ELLIS, C. R.
  Vertical Diffusion in  Small Stratified Lake: Data and Error
  Analysis.
  PB93-149185/REB
ENFIELD, C. Q.
  Btosorption of Dtehkxodiphenyltricriloroetriane and Hexach-
  kxobenzene in Groundwater and Its Implications for Facili-
  tated Transport
  PB93-141497/REB
  Cell Density and Non-Equilibrium Sorption Effects on Bacte-
  rial Dispersal in Groundwater Microcosms.
  PB93-141SOS/REB
ENGESTROM, D. R.
  Recent Sulfur Enrichment in the Sediments of Little Rock
  Lake, Wisconsin.
  PB93-135721/REB
EREXSON, G. L.
  DNA Adducts and Induction of Sister ChromatkJ Exchanges
  in the Rat Following Benzo(b)-Fluoranthene Administration.
  PB93-141372/REB
ERICKSON, a
  Watershed Manipulation Project Field Implementation Plan
  for 1990-1992.
  PB93-149748/REB
ESHLEMAN, K. N.
  Comparison of Episode Acidification  in Canada, Europe
  and the United States.
  PB93-135754/REB
FAIRBROTHER, A.
  Pathogenicity of 'Salmonella pulkxum' in Northern  Bob-
  white Quail and Mallard Ducks.
  PB93-135739/REB
FAN, C. Y.
  Column Vapor  Extraction Experiments on Gasoline  Con-
  taminated SoH.
  PB93-131514/REB
FAORO, R.
  National Air Quality and Emissions Trends Report, 1991.
  PB93-143998/REB
FARLOW, J.
  Potential  for Joint  Research between EPA and the U.S.
  Army.
  PB93-149227/REB
FEKETE.A.
  Analysis of X-ray-Induced HPRT Mutations  in CHO Cells:
  Insertion and Deletions.
  PB93-141364/REB
FERNANDEZ, t J.
  Characterization of Eastern U.S. Spruce-Fir Soils.
  PB93-141133/REB
  Soil-Mediated Effects of Atmospheric  Deposition on  East-
  em U.S. Spruce-Fir Forests.
  PB93-141125/REB
FIEDLER, L.
  Innovative Treatment Technologies:  Semi-Annual Status
  Report (Fourth Edition).
  PB93-133387/REB
FIELD, R.
  Investigation of Inappropriate Pollutant Entries into Storm
  Drainage Systems: A User's Guide.
  PB93-131472/REB
FISHER, K.
  Effects of UV-B and Global Climate Change on Rice: First
  Annual Program Progress Report
  PB93-135622/REB
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 FITZ-SIMONS, T.
   National Air Quality and Emissions Trends Report, 1991.

 FLEMER, D. A.
   Comparison of the Effects of Drilling Fluid on Macrobenthic
   Invertebrates Associated with the Seagrass Thalassia tes-
   tudinum1, in the Laboratory and Reid.
   PB93-131837/REB
 FLETCHER, J. J.
   Cost Effective Com and  Soybean Production Without Till-
   age: Fact or Fiction (May 1988).

 FOARDE, K.
   Characterization of Environmental Chambers for Evaluating
   Microbial Growth on Building Materials.
   PB93-131597/REB
 FORD.J.
   Arctic Contaminants Research Program: Research Plan.

   Collection and Chemical Analysis of Lichens for Biomonrtor-
   ing.
   PB93-14S862/REB
   Trace Organic Contaminants in Anthropogenically Acidified
   Surface Waters.
   PB93-135689/REB
 FOWLE, J. R.
   Health  Effects of  Arsenic in  Drinking  Water Research
   Needs.
   PB93-141331/REB
 FRANKE.D.
   Characterization of Environmental Chambers for Evaluation
   Microbial Growth on Building Materials.
   PB93-131597/REB
 FREAS, W.
   National Air Quality and Emissions Trends Report. 1991
   PB93-143998/REB
 FREEDMAN,  P. L
   Technical Guidance Manual for Performing Waste Load Al-
   tocaSons.  Book 3: Estuaries.  Part 4:  Critical Review of
   Coastal Embayment and  Estuarine Waste Load Allocation
   Modeling.
   PB93-144202/REB
 FREEMARK,  K.
   Evaluating  Point Count versus Territory  Mapping in Crop-
   land Birds.
   PB93-156057/REB
   Modification of Point Counts for Surveying Cropland Birds.

 FREESTONE, F.
   Potential for Joint  Research between EPA and the U.S
   Army.
   PB93-149227/REB
 FRENKEL, R. E.
   Restoration of the Salmon River Salt Marshes: Retrospect
   and Prospect
   PB93-143709/REB
 FHY.B.
   Biological Sinks for Nitrogen Additions to a Forested Catch-
   ment
   PB93-141174/REB
 FUSCOE.J.C.
   Analysis of X-ray-Induced  HPRT Mutations in CHO Cells-
   Insertion and Deletions.
   PB93-141364/REB
   Large Deletions are Tolerated at the 'hprt' Locus of In vivo
   Derived Human T-Lymphocytes.
   PB93-141224/REB
   V(D)J Recombinase-Mediated Deletion of the 'hprt1 Gene in
   T-Lymphocytes from Adult Humans.
   PB93-141216/REB
 GAGE.C.L.
   Simulation of Nonazeotropic Refrigerant Mixtures for Use in
   a  Dual-Circuit Refrigerator/Freezer  with  Countercurrent
   Heat Exchanges.
   PB93-131688/REB
 GARGES, P. L
   Attenuation  of Alcohol Consumption by MDMA (Ecstasy) in
  Two Strains of Alcohol-Preferring Rats.
   PB93-141232/REB
 GAVASKAR, A. R.
   On-Sita  Waste • Ink  Recycling: Technology  Evaluation
   Report.
   PB93-141026/REB
 GELDERLOOS, A. B.
   Framework for Decision Making: An EPA Perspective.
   PB93-134369/REB
   Simulation of Compliance Choices for the Disinfection By
   Products Regulatory Impact Analysis.
   PB93-134385/REB
 GILL.B.S.
  Application  of the TradescanBa micronucteus' Assay for
  the Genetic Evaluation of Chemical Mixtures  in Soil and
  Aqueous Media.
  PB93-141380/REB
 GIRVIN, D. C.
  Recovery of the Highly Acidified Clearwater Lake Water-
  shed, Ontario, Canada, Simulated with the IL WAS Model.
  PB93-141547/REB
GOODRICH, J. A.
  Small Systems Meet Superfund Challenge with Point-of-
  Entry Treatment Units.
  PB93-141109/REB
                                                              PERSONAL  AUTHOR  INDEX
 GOODWIN, J. H.
   Dermal  Absorption of Chemicals: Effect of Application of
   Chemicals as a Solid, Aqueous Paste, Suspension, or in
   Volatile  Vehicle.
   PB93-141356/REB
 GORDON, C. J.
   Attenuation of Alcohol Consumption by MDMA (Ecstasy) in
   Two Strains of Alcohol-Preferring Rats.
   PB93-141232/REB
 GORDON, L
   Health Advisory for Zinc Chloride
   PB93-136620/REB
 GOVIND,  R.
   Sorpflon of Toxic Organic  Compounds on  Wastewater
   Solids: Mechanism and Modeling
   PB93-1S0191/REB
 GOYDAN, R.
   Methods for Assessing Exposure to Chemical Substances.
   Volume  11. Methodology for Estimating the Migration of
   Additives and Impurities from Polymeric Materials.
   PB93-134096/REB
 GRANADOS, R. R.
   Genetically Engineered Baculovimses as Agents for Pest
   Control.
   PB93-150175/REB
 GRANT, G. E.
   Some Emerging Issues in Watershed Management-Land-
   scape   Patterns,  Species   Conservation,  and  Climate
   Change.
   PB93-131522/REB
 GREGG, W. P.
   Annual  Report  of  National Park Marine Debris Monitoring
   Program: 1991  Marine Debris Surveys with Summary of
   Data from 1988 to  1991.
   PB93-132587/REB
 GRIFFITH, B.
   Advanced Insulations for Refrigerator/Freezers: The Poten-
   tial for  New Shell Design  Incorporating Polymer Barrier
   Construction.
   PB93-146991/REB
 GRUBBS,  W. D.
   Framework for Decision Making: An EPA Perspective.
   PB93-134369/REB
   Simulation of Microbial Occurrence, Exposure and Health
   Risks after Drinking Water Treatment Processes.
   PB93-134393/REB
 GULETT, B. K.
   Reaction Kinetics of Ca-Based Sorbents with HC1.
   PB93-131860/REB
 GUNTAKA,
   Improved Method for Screening cDNA Expression Libraries
   for DNA-Binding Proteins.
   PB93-141299/REB
 GUO.Z.
   Characterization of Organic Emission from a Wood Finish-
   ing Product-Wood Stain.
   PB93-150100/REB
   Emission Rates of Mercury from Latex Paints.
   PB93-131654/REB
 HALL, B. W.
   Advacate-Low-Cost Process for SO2 Control.
   PB93-141117/REB
 HALL.R-
   Rebum Technology for Boiler NOx Control.
   PB93-131589/REB
 HALLORAN, A.
   Application of Isotherms for  Predictions of GAG Perform-
   ance: A  Preliminary Analysis.
   PB93-131555/REB
 HAMADY,  F. J.
   Conversion of Methanol-Fueled 16-Valve, 4-Cylinder Engine
   to Operation on Gaseous 2H2/CO Fuel. Interim Report 4.
   PB93-144376/REB
 HAMBLIN, M.
   Ecologically Acceptable Strategy for the Use of Genetically
  Engineered Baculovirus Pesticides.
   PB93-149243/REB
 HAMMITT, J. K.
  Subjective-Probability-Based  Scenarios for Uncertain Input
  Parameters: Stratospheric Ozone   Depletion,  December

  PB93'-143741/REB
 MARLINE,
  Improved Method for Screening cDNA Expression Libraries
  fof DNA-Binding Proteins.
  PB93-141299/REB
 HARRINGTON-BROCK, K.
  Large Deletions are Tolerated at the 'hprt1 Locus of In vivo
  Derived Human T-Lymphocytes.
  PB93-141224/REB
  V(D)J Recombinase-Mediated Deletion of the 'hprt' Gene in
  T-Lymphocytes from Adult Humans.
  PB93-141216/REB
HARRINGTON, G. W.
  Simulation of Compliance Choices for the Disinfection  By-
  products Regulatory Impact Analysis.
  PB93-134385/REB
HARRIS, O.
  Field Experiences VOC and Pesticide Removal Using GAC
  Suffolk County, New York.
  PB93-131571/REB
                                 HUTCHINS, S. R.

 HARRISON, C. L.
   Life-Cycle Assessment: Inventory Guidelines and Principles.
   PB93-139681/REB
 HARTMAN, D. J.
   Design for Total Organics Removal at Cincinnati.
   PB93-131563/REB
 HARWELL, J. H.
   Surfactants and Subsurface Remediation.
   PB93-149854/REB
 HENSEL, B. R.
   Construction,  Monitoring, and  Performance  of Two Soil
   Liners- Project Summary.
   PB93-157923/REB
 HEONG, K. L
   Effects of UV-B and Global Climate Change on Rice: First
   Annual Program Progress Report.
   P893-135622/REB
 HERZOG, B. l_
   Construction,  Monitoring, and  Performance  of Two Soil
   Liners. Project Summary.
   PB93-157923/REB
 HIGHSMITH, V. R.
   Household Exposures  to  Benzene  from Showering with
   Gasoline-Contaminated Ground Water.
   PB93-131530/REB
 HILLMAN, J.
   Technical Assistance  Document:  Corrosion,  Its Detection
   and Control in Injection Wells.
   PB93-115897/REB
 HINLEIN, E. S.
   LNAPL Distribution  and Hydrocarbon Vapor Transport in
   the Capillary Fringe.
   PB93-157550/REB
 HINSHAW,  G.
   Volatile Organic Sampling Train Soot Interference Report.
   PB93-144145/REB
 HITE,R. L.
   Effects of Livestock  Wastes on Small Illinois  Streams:
   Lower  Kaskaskia River Basin  and  Upper Little Wabash
   River Basins, Summer  1991.
   PB93-144277/REB
 HOLBEN, W. E.
   Isolation and Purification of Bacterial DMA from Soil.
   PB93-149276/REB
 HOLDEN, K. L.
   DNA Adducts and Induction of Sister Chromatid Exchanges
   in the  Rat Following Benzo(b)-Fluoranthene Administration.
   PB93-141372/REB
 HOLMAN, S. R.
   Influence  of Elevated  CO2 and Temperature on Wetland
   Rice Root Dynamics.
   PB93-141141/REB
 HOLMANN, S.
   Effects of UV-B and Global Climate Change on Rice: First
   Annual Program Progress Report.
   PB93-135622/REB
 HOLST,  L. L
   Proceedings of  the National Workshop on Biological Criteria
   (1st). Held in Lincolnwood, Illinois on December 2-4,1987.
  PB93-143717/REB
 HONDZO, M.
  Vertical Diffusion in Small  Stratified  Lake: Data and Error
  Analysis.
   PB93-149185/REB
  Water  Temperature  Characteristics of Lakes  Subjected to
  Climate Change.
  PB93-135648/REB
 HOUK, V. S.
  Effect  of  a Base-Catalyzed Dechlorination Process on the
  Genotoxicity of  PCB-Contaminated Soil.
  PB93-141323/REB
 HOUSE,  O. E.
  Hepatotoxic Interactions of Ethanol with Allyl Alcohol or
  Carbon Tetrachloride in Rats.
  PB93-141422/REB
 HOZIER, J.
  In vitro Mammalian  Mutagenesis as a Model for Genetic
  Lesions in Human Cancer.
  PB93-141471/REB
 HUDGENS,  E. E.
  Generation of Mutagenic Transformation Products  during
  the Irradiation of Simulated Urban Atmospheres.
  PB93-141208/REB
  Photo-Oxidation of Automobile  Emissions:  Measurements
  of the  Transformation Products and Their Mutagenic Activi-

  PB93-141273/REB
HUGHES, M. F.
  Dermal Absorption  of  Chemicals:  Effect  of Application of
  Chemicals as a Solid,  Aqueous Paste, Suspension, or in
  Volatile Vehicle.
  PB93-141356/REB
HUGHES, P. R.
  Ecologically Acceptable Strategy for the Use of Genetically
  Engineered Baculovirus Pesticides.
  PB93-149243/REB
HUTCHINS, S. R.
  Applied Geologic, Microbiological, and Engineering  Con-
  straints of In-situ BTEX Bioremediation.
  PB93-141513/REB
                                                                                                                                      June 1993
                                                                                                     PA-3

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                                                             PERSONAL  AUTHOR INDEX
 MELANO.J.
                       A**0"* Hydroxyl Radical Concen-
   trations in Steady-State HO Flux Systems.
   PB93-131779/REB
 JACKSON, L.L.
   Collection and Chemical Analysis of Lichens for Bkxnonitor-
       M49862/REB
 JAMES, R.H.
   Evaluation of POHC and PIC Screening Methods.
   PB93-144137/REB
 JANSSEN,R.
   Qlutarnate
                        in the
                                        Rat Cochlea is
 JENNE.E.A.
   Recovery of the Highly Acidified Cteaiwater Lake Water-
 .HRKA.G.H.
   Technical Guidance Manual for Performing Waste Load Al-
   locations. Book 3: Estuaries. Part 3. Use of Mixing Zone
   Models in Estuarine Waste Load Allocations.
   PB83-145704/REB
 JOENSSON.U.
 JOHNSON, D. W.
   Sot-Mediated Effects of Atmospheric Deposition on East-
   em U.S. Spruce-Fir Forests.
   PB93-141125/REB
 JOHNSON, L.D.
JOHNSON, R.L.
  Experimental Examination of Integrated Sol Vapor Extrac-
  tion Teotmioues.
  PB83-131738/REB
JOHNSON, S. A.
  ComoaratKw Resistance of •Escherichia coF and Entero-
   	* to CMorinctkxi
   PB93-150126/REB
JONES. J. A.
   On-Sto Wast*  Ink  Recydng:  Technology Evaluation

   PB§Sl410a6/REB
JOZEWKZ.W.
JUNO, 0.8.
  Sirnjlttioncf Nonazeotropfc Refrigerant Mixtures for Use in
  a  Dual-Circuit Refrigerator/Freezer  wtth  Countercurrent
  Heat Exchanges.
  PB93-1316887REB
KAHL.J.S.
  Cherrtsliy of Dissolved Organic Carbon and Organic Acids
  in Two Streams Draining Forested Watersheds.
  PB93-141521/REB
  Stable SuNur Isotopes  of Suttate in  Precipitatkxi  and
  Stream Solutions in a Northern Hardwood Watershed.
  PB93-141562/REB
KANDALA,
  Improved Method for Screening cDNA Expression (jbraries
  for DNA-8indrn Proteins.
  PB93-141299/REB
KASUCK.C.A.
  CojumnVapor Extraction Experiments on  Gasoline Con-
  taminatBd Soi.
  PS93-131514/REB
KATZ.R.W.
  Methods  for  Analyzing  Extreme  Events  Under Cfcnate
  Change.
  PB93-146827/REB
KAVET.R.
  Review of the Literature on Potential Reproductive and De-
KENNEDY, I- a
  Appfed  Geok^ Microbiological. and  Engineering  Con-
  streMt of In-situ BTEX Bioremeitation.
  PB93-141513/REB
KTLQROE.J.D.
  Development of Good Combustion Practice  for Municipal
  Waste Combustora.                             ^^
  PB93-131613/REB
KM.T.W.
  SyneraMic and Antagonistic Effects on Genotoncity of
  Chemicals Commonly Found In Hazardous Waste Sites.
  PB93-1412S7/REB
KMEMAN, J. J.
  Global Ecosystems Database. Version 1.0 (on CO-ROM).
  EPA Global  Climate  Research  Program.  NOAA/NGDC
  Global Change Database Program. User's Guide. Volume 1.
  NGDC Key to Geophysical Records Documentation No. 26.
  PB93-14eoe2/REEr
  Global Ecosystems Database. Version 1.0 (on CD-flOM).
  EPA Global  Ornate  Research  Program.  NQAA/NGDC
  Global Change Database Program. Documentation Manual,
  DISCA.  Volume 1.  NGDC Key to Geophysical Records
  Documentation No. 27.
  PB83-146090/REB
 KINGLC.
   Pilot-Scale Incineration of Contaminated Sludges from the
   Bofors-Nobel Superfund Site.
   PB93-141034/REB
 KING,M.IL
   Effects  of  Livestock  Wastes on  Small  Illinois Streams:
   Lower Kaskaskia River Basin and Upper Little Wabash
   River Basins, Summer 1991.
   PB93-144277/REB
 KINSEY, J. S.
   Characterization of PM-10 Emissions from Antiskid Materi-
   als Applied to Ice- and Snow-Covered Roadways.
   PB93-150209/REB
 K1RMAH.C.
   Health Advisory for Zinc Chloride.
   PB93-136620/REB
 KLEIN. C. J.
   Susceptibility of East  Coast Estuaries to  Nutrient  Dis-
   charges: Atoemarle/Pamfico Sound to Biscayne Bay.
   PB93-136901/REB
   Susceptibility of East  Coast Estuaries to  Nutrient  Dis-
      M36927/REB
 KLEINDIENST, T. E.
  Generation  of  Mutagenic Transformatkxi  Products during
  the Irradiation of Simulated Urban Atmospheres.
  PB93-14120B/REB
  Photo-Oxidation of Automobile Emissions: Measurements
  of the Transformation Products and Their Mutagenic Actm-
      M41273/REB
 KUGERUAN, A. D.
  DMA Addicts and Induction of Sister Chromabd Exchanges
  in the Rat Following Benzo(b)-F)uoranthene Administration.
  PB93-141372/REB
 KUNEFELTER. Q. 1_
  Direct Effects of Ethane Dimethanesujphonate on Epidkty-
  ma) Function in Adult Rats. An In vitro Demonstration.
  PB93-141281/REB
 KLOCPPEB-SAMS, P. J.
  Molecular Regulation of the Induction of Cytochrome P-
  450E In the  Estuarine Fish Fundukjs Heteroditus.
  AD-A2S6 623/8/REB
 KOCHENDERFER.J.
  Effects of Repeated Ammonium  Sutttte Applications  on
  Sol  Leachate  ChemMry on the  Femow Experimental
  Forest h West WoWa, USA.
  PB93-135671/REB
 KOFF8KEY.W.
  AppBcatkxi of Isotherms for Predictions of GAC Perform-
  ance: A Preliminary Analysis.
  PB93-131555/REB
 KORNEL.A.
  Effect of a Base-Catalyzed Decntorinaiion Process on the
  Genotoxictry of PCB-Corrtaminated Sol.
  PB93-141323/REB
 KORTELMNEN. P.
  Organic Ackfty in  Maine (U.SA) Lakes and in HUMEX
  Lake Skjervatjem (Norway).
  PB93-141166/REB
 KOUTRAKIS,P.
  Aerosol  Ackjty  Characterization  of Large MetropoHan
  Areas: Pilot and Planning for Philadelphia.
  PB93-149177/REB
  Comparison  o< Aerosol Acidity in Urban and Semi-Rural En-
  vironments.
  PB93-131712/REB
 KRAPAC.LQ.
  Construction, Monitoring,  and Performance of  Two Sol
  Liners. Project Summary.
  PB93-157923/REB
 KmEGUAtHONG, M. R
  Transformation of Carbon Tetrachloride in the Presence of
  Suffide, BnWe, and VermicUite.
  PB93-135713/REB
 KRISHNAMURTHY. S.
  Extraction and Recovery of Lead Species from Sol.
  PB93-150142/REB
 KROUSE.H.R.
  Stable  Sulfur Isotopes  of  Suriate  in Precipitation and
  Stream Solutions in a Northern Hardwood Watershed.
  PB93-141S62/REB
LAFLESH.R.
  Rebum Technology for Boiler NOx Control.
  PB93-131589/REB
LALOR.M.
  Investigation of Inappropriate Pollutant Entries into Storm
  Drainage Systems: A User's Guide.
  PB9M31472/REB
LANDERS, D.H.
  Arctic Contaminants Research Program: Research Plan.
  PB93-135630/REB
LANDRETH, R. E.
  Opportunities for the Use of Geosynthetfcs in Waste Man-
  agement FacMes.
  PB93-131670/REB
  Techniques  for  the  Fabrication of Geomembrane  Filed
  Seams.
  PB93-131878/REB
  U.S. EPA's QA/QC Program for Waste Management FacH-
  ttes. Proceeolngs of the GRI Seminar (6th), MQC/MQA and
   COC/COA of Geosynthetics. Held in Philadelphia, Pennsyl-
   vania on December 10-11,1992.
   PB93-149219/REB
 LAMER, W. S.
   Development of Good Combustion Practice for Municipal
   Waste Combustors.
   PB93-131613/REB
 LARSEN.O. P.
   Environmental  Monitoring  and  Assessment  Program,
   EMAP-Surface Waters: A Northeast Lakes Riot
   PB93-135747/REB
 LARSON, T. H.
   Construction, Monitoring, and  Performance of Two Soi
   Liners. Project Summary.
   PB93-157923/HES
 LAU.C.
   Behavioral  Development  Following  Daily  Episodes of
   Mother-Infant Separation in the Rat
   PB93-141406/REB
 LEE.J.
   Watershed Manipulation Project Field Implementation Plan
   for 1990-1992.
   PB93-149748/REB
 LEE.J.IL
   Quality  Assurance Project  Plan: 1991  EMAP Wetlands
   Southeastern Pilot  Study.
   PB93-141067/REB
 LEE, J. W.
   Riot-Scale Evtauatkxi  of an Incinerabilcty Ranking  System
   for Hazardous Organic Compounds.
   PB93-1S011B/REB
 LEieowrrz, &
   Process for Regional Assessment of Wetland Risk.
   PB93-146793/REB
 LEIFERA.
   Determination of Rates of Reaction in the Gas-Phase in the
   Troposphere. Theory and Practice. 5. Rate of Indirect Pho-

   P893-149334/REB
 LEPAGE, D.
   Evaluating Point Count versus Territory Mapping in Crop-
   land Birds.
   PB93-156057/REB
 LEVY.J.
   Delineation  of  Wellhead  Protection  Areas In  Fractured
   Rocks.
   PB93-115822/REB
 LEWIS, M. A.
   Pariphyton photosynthesis as an Indicator of Effluent Toxic-
   tty: Relationship to Effects on Animal Test Species.
   PB93-131829/REB
 LEWIS, N.U.
   Control Technology: 1992 Update of U.S. EPA's Superfund
   Innovative Technology Evaluation (SITE) Emerging Tech-
       •150159/REB
LEWIS, R.
  Rebum Technology for Boiler NOx Control.
  PB93-131589/REB
LEWTAS.J.
  Mutagenicity of Organic  Emissions from Unwanted Kero-
  sene Heaters in a Chamber Study.
  PB93-141489/REB
UNDQVIST.R.
  Biosorption of DkAlorodirJhenyriricrdoroethane and Hexach-
  kxobenzene in Groundwater and Its Implications for Facili-
  tated Transport
  PB93-141497/REB
  Can Density and Non-Equilibrium Sorption Effects on Bacte-
  rial Dispersal in Groundwater Microcosms.
  PB93-141S05/REB
UNDSTROM, A. B.
  Household Exposures to Benzene from Showering with
  Gasoline-Contaminated Ground Water.
  PB93-131530/REB
UU, t_ J. S.
  Comparison of Aerosol Acidity in Urban and Semi-Rural En-
  vironments.
  PB93-131712/REB
LOEHR.R.C.
  Bkxemediation.
  PB93-149193/REB
LOGAN, T.J.
  Innovative Sensing Techniques for Monitoring and Measur-
  ing Selected Dioxms,  Finns,  and Porycydic Aromatic Hy-
  drocarbons in Stack Gas.
  PB93-131704/REB
LOTT, R.
  Rebum Technology for Boier NOx Control.
  PB93-131S89/REB
LOVEJOY, S. a
  Cost Effective Com and Soybean Production Without Till-
  age: Fact or Fiction (May 1968).
  PB93-157568/REB
LOWE.S.
  Revised Emissions Estimation  Methodologies for Industrial.
  Residential,  and  Electric Utility Stationary  Combustion
  Sources.
  PB93-135663/REB
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  LYERLY, D. L
   Subacute Ethanol Consumption Reverses p-Xylene-lnduced
   Decreases in Axonal Transport.
   PB93-141240/REB
  LYKINS, B.
   Application  of Isotherms for Predictions of GAG Perform-
   ance: A Preliminary Analysis.
   PB93-131555/HEB
  LYTLE, D. A.
   Removal of Beryllium from Drinking Water by Chemical Co-
   agulation and Lime Softening.
   PB93-150134/REB
  MA.T.H.
   Synergistic  and Antagonistic  Effects on Genotoxicity of

        llly       '" Hazardous Waste a'tes-
 MACIER,B.A.
   Use of Microbial Risk Assessment in Setting  U.S. Drinking
   Water Standards.
   PB93-134930/REB
 MACLER, B.
   Analysis of Potential Trade-Offs in Regulation of Disinfec-
   tion By-Products.
   PB93-134344/REB
 MACLER, B. A.
   Simulation of Microbial Occurrence, Exposure and Health
   Risks after Drinking Water Treatment Processes
   PB93-134393/REB
 MAILANDER, J. |_
   Rice Field Inventory Using AVHRR Data.
   PB93-135697/REB
 UANSKI, D. A.
   Annual Report of National Park Marine Debris Monitoring
   Program:  1991  Marine Debris  Surveys with  Summary of
   Data from 1988 to 1991.
   PB93-132587/REB
 MARKS, D.
   Characterizing the Distribution  of  Observed  Precipitation
   and Runoff over the Continental United States.
   PB93-141570/REB
 MARTIN, B. E.

   Unwed Sta868 "^  Aarosols in  ** Eastem »nd Western
   PB93-131696/REB
 MARTIN, J.C.
   Conversion of Methanol-Fueled 16-Valve, 4-Cyiinder Engine

                   860"8 2H2/CO Fuel' 'merim Report *'
 MARTIN, J.L.
   Technkal Guidance Manual for Performing Waste Load Al-
   tocattons. Book 3: Estuaries.  Part 3.  Use of  Mixing Zone
   Models in Estuarine Waste Load Allocations.
   PB93-145704/REB
 MASS.M.J.
   PCR Primers Specific for Detection of a Rat Repetitive Se-
   quence.
   PB93-141398/REB
 MCALLISTER, L. S.
   Habitat Quality  Assessment  of Two Wetland Treatment
   Systems in Mississippi: A Pilot Study.
   PB93-135614/REB
   Quality Assurance Field Operations Report for the  Pilot
   Study Evaluating the  Habitat  Value of Wetland Treatment
   Systems.
   PB93-134682/REB
   Quality Assurance Plan for 1991 Pilot Study of the Ecologi-
   cal Condition of Municipal  Wastewater  Constructed Wet-
   land Treatment Systems.
   PB93-134674/REB
 MCCREADY, J.
   User's Guide to Flexible Membrane Liner Advisory  Expert
   System: Ftex Version 3.0.
   PB93-134872/REB
 MCLEAN, J. E.
   Behavior of Metals in Soils.
   PB93-131480/REB
 MECKES, M. C.
   Solvent Extraction Processes:  A Survey  of Systems in the
   SITE Program.
   PB93-131795/REB
 MEULLO, J. M.
   Biological Sinks for Nitrogen Additions to  a Forested Catch-
   ment
   PB93-141174/REB
 MERCER, J. W.
   DNAPL Site Evaluation.
   PB93-150217/REB
 METZ, D. M.
   Design for Total Organtes Removal at Cincinnati.
  PB93M31563/REB
 MICHAEL, L. C.
  Household Exposures to Benzene from Showering with
  Gasoline-Contaminated Ground Water.
  PB93-131530/REB
MILLER, 0. B.
  Attenuation of Alcohol Consumption by MDMA  (Ecstasy) in
  Two Strains of Alcohol-Preferring Rats.
  PB93-141232/REB
MILLER, M. E.
  Column Vapor Extraction Experiments on Gasoline Con-
  taminated Soil.
  PB93-131514/REB
                                                              PERSONAL  AUTHOR INDEX
  MILLER, M. J.
   Environmental Protection Agency CMI Enforcement Docket
   PB93-921700/REB
  MITCHELL, M.
   Watershed Manipulation Project Reid Implementation Plan
   for 1990-1992.
   PB93-149748/REB
  MITCHELL, M. J.
   Stable Sulfur  Isotopes of Sulfate in  Precipitation and
   Stream Solutions in a Northern Hardwood Watershed
   PB93-141562/REB
  MONSON, B. A.
   Technical Guidance Manual for Performing Waste Load Al-
   locations. Book 3:  Estuaries. Part  4: Critical Review  of
   Coastal  Embayment and Estuarine Waste Load Allocation
   Modeling.
   PB93-144202/REB
  MOORE, M. M.
   In vitro  Mammalian Mutagenesis as a Model for Genetic
   Lesions in Human Cancer.
   PB93-141471/REB
   Large Deletions are Tolerated at the 'hprr Locus of In vivo
   Derived Human T-Lymphocytes.
   PB93-141224/REB
   V(D)J Recombinase-Mediated Deletion of the 'hprt' Gene in
   T-Lymphocytes from Adult Humans.
   PB93-141216/REB
  MOHLAN,J. C.
   Restoration of the Salmon  River Salt Marshes: Retrospect
   and Prospect
   PB93-143709/REB
  MOSER, V. C.
   Paraoxon Toxicity Is Not Potentiated by Prior Reduction  in
   Blood Acetylcholinesterase.
   PB93-141265/REB
  MOSHER, J.
   Simulation of Raw Water  and Treatment  Parameters  in
   Support of the Disinfection By-Products Regulatory Impact
   Analysis.
   PB93-134401/REB
 MOVER, E. E.
   LNAPL Distribution and Hydrocarbon Vapor Transport  in
   the Capillary Fringe.
   PB93-1S7SSO/REB
 MULOOON, M. A.
   Delineation of  Wellhead  Protection Areas  in  Fractured
   Rocks.
   PB93-115822/REB
 MULKEY, t_ A.
   Evaluation of Source Term Initial Conditions for Modeling
   Leaehate Migration from Landfills.
   PB93-131464/REB
 MUMFORO, J. L.
   Mutagenicity of  Organic Emissions from  Unvented Kero-
   sene Healers in  a Chamber Study.
   PB93-141489/REB
 MURDOCH, P. S.
   Role of Nitrate in the Acidification of Streams in the Catskill
   Mountains of New York.
   PB93-150167/REB
 NADELHOFFER, K. J.
   Biological Sinks for Nitrogen Additions to a Forested Catch-
   ment
   PB93-141174/REB
 NARAHARA, A. M.
   Watershed Manipulation Project Field Implementation Plan
   for 1990-1992.
   PB93-149748/REB
 NEILSON, R. P.
   Some  Emerging Issues in  Watershed Management-Land-
   scape Patterns,  Species  Conservation,  and  Climate
   Change.
   PB93-131522/REB
 NELSON, B.
   National Air Quality and Emissions Trends Report, 1991.
   PB93-143998/REB
 NELSON, G. B.
   DNA Adducts and Induction  of Sister Chromatid Exchanges
   in the Rat Following Benzo(b)-Fluoranthene Administration.
   PB93-141372/REB
 NEUMANN, a
   Bladder-wrack (Fucus vesiculosus L) as an indicator for ra-
   dionuclides in the environment of Swedish nuclear power
   plants.
   DE93603681/REB
 NISHIOKA, M. G.
  Quantification of Nitre- and Hydroxylated Nitro-Aromatic/
   Potycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons in Selected Ambient Air
  Daytime Winter Samples.
   PB93-141190/REB
NOSS, R. F.
  Who Will Speak for Biodiversity.
  PB93-135762/REB
NOTTER, M.
  Bladder-wrack (Fucus vesiculosus L) as an indicator for ra-
  dionuclides in the environment of Swedish nuclear power
  plants.
  DE93603681/REB
OHRENSCHALL, M. A.
  Global  Ecosystems Database.  Version 1.0 (on CD-ROM).
  EPA  Global  Climate  Research Program. NOAA/NGDC
                                        POPE, C. N.


   Global Change Database Program. Documentation Manual,
   DISC-A.  Volume  1. NGDC Key to  Geophysical Records
   Documentation No. 27.
   PB93-146090/REB

 OLFENBUTTEL, R.  F.
   On-Site  Waste   Ink Recycling:  Technology  Evaluation
   Report
   PB93-141026/REB
 OLSZYK, D.
   Effects of CO2 and Temperature on Five Rice Culttvars.
   PB93-141158/REB

 OLSZYK, D. M.
   Effects of UV-B and Global Climate Change on  Rice: First
   Annual Program Progress Report
   PB93-13S622/REB
 OMERNIK, J. M.
   Arctic Contaminants Research Program: Research Plan.
   PB93-135630/REB
 OOMMEN,  R.
   OAOS Control Cost Manual (Fourth Edition), Supplement 2.
   PB93-138147/REB
 ORLANDO, S. P.
   Susceptibility of  East Coast  Estuaries to Nutrient Dis-
   charges:  Albemarie/Pamlico Sound to Biscayne Bay.
   PB93-136901/REB
   Susceptibility of  East Coast  Estuaries to Nutrient Dis-
   charges:  Passamaquoddy Bay to Chesapeake Bay.
   PB93-136927/REB
 OSTENDORF, D. W.
   LNAPL Distribution and Hydrocarbon Vapor Transport in
   the Capillary Fringe.
   PB93-157550/REB
 OWEN, D. M.
   Simulation of Compliance Choices for the  Disinfection By-
   products  Regulatory Impact Analysis.
   PB93-134385/REB
 PADILLA, S.
   Paraoxon Toxicity  Is Not Potentiated by Prior Reduction in
   Blood Acetylcholinesterase.
   PB93-141265/REB
   Subacute Ethanol Consumption Reverses p-Xylene-lnduced
   Decreases in Axonal Transport
   PB93-141240/REB
 PATE, W. J.
   Household  Exposures to  Benzene from Showering with
   Gasoline-Contaminated Ground Water.
   PB93-131530/REB
 PAUL, C. J.
   Comparison of Ground-Water Sampling Devices  Based on
   Equilibration of Water Quality Indicator Parameters.
   PB93-149201/REB
 PAULSEN, S. G.
   Environmental  Monitoring  and  Assessment  Program,
   EMAP-Surface Waters: A Northeast Lakes Pilot
   PB93-135747/REB
 PEDERSON, T. A.
   Column Vapor Extraction Experiments on  Gasoline Con-
   taminated Soil.
   PB93-131514/REB
 PENG, Y.
   Synergistic and Antagonistic Effects  on Genotoxicity  of
   Chemicals Commonly Found in Hazardous Waste  Sites.
   PB93-141257/REB
 PERROTT, M.
   Experimental Examination of Integrated Soil Vapor Extrac-
   tion Techniques.
   PB93-131738/REB
 PERRY, E.
   Photo-Oxidation of Automobile  Emissions:  Measurements
   of the Transformation Products and Their Mutagenic Actwi-

   PB93-141273/REB
 PETERSON, C. E.
   Uncertainties in Countrywide Forest Biomass Estimates.
   PB93-149250/REB
 PETTERSSON, A. H.
   New technology for refrigeration and healing plants.
   DE93721673/REB
 PtOTROWSKI, a K.
  Evaluation of an Emitec Resistively Heated  Metal Monolith
  Catalytic Converter on Two M100 Neat Methanol-Fueled
  Vehicles.
  PB93-141059/REB
  Evaluation of Resistively Heated Fuel Injection Technology
  to Reduce Cold Start Emissions  and  Assist Starting/Dri-
  veaway of a Methanol-Fueled Vehicle.
  PB93-144350/REB
PfTT, R.
  Investigation of Inappropriate Pollutant Entries  into Storm
  Drainage Systems: A User's Guide.
  PB93-131472/REB
POPE, C. N.
  Paraoxon  Toxicity Is Not Potentiated by Prior Reduction in
  Blood Acetylcholinesterase.
  PB93-141265/REB
  Subacute Ethanol Consumption Reverses p-Xylene-lnduced
  Decreases in Axonal Transport
  PB93-141240/REB
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                                                             PERSONAL AUTHOR  INDEX
PRAH.J.D.
  OHactoiy Evoked Responses to Odorous Stimuli of Differ-
  ent Intensities.
  PB93-141315/REB
PREUD-HOMME. E. B.
  Relationship  between Water Temperatures  and Air Tem-
  peratures for Central U.S. Streams.
  PB93-135655/REB
POLS, R W.
  Comparison of Ground-Water Sampling Devices Based on
  Equilibration of Water Quality Indicator Parameters.
  PB93-149201/REB
PURDUE, LJ.
  Aerosol Acidity Characterization of  Large Metropolitan
  Areas: Pfot and Planning for Philadelphia
  PB93-149177/REB
O.S.
  Application of Isotherms for. Predictions of  GAC Perform-
  ance: A Preliminary Analysis.
  PB93-131555/REB
QUHM.H.
  Susceptibility of  East Coast Estuaries to Nutrient Dis-
  charges: Afcemane/Pamlico Sound to Biscayne Bay.
  PB93-1 36901 /REB
  SuscepSbffity of  East Coast Estuaries to Nutrient Dis-
         : Passamaquoddy Bay to Chesapeake Bay.
                     ^         -~«H~»
 RABHAM.A.B.
  Applications of Pulse Combustion in Industrial and Inciner-
  altoik Processes.
  PB93-131639/REB
 RADERMACHER, R.
  Simulation of Nonazeotropic Refrigerant Mixtures for Use in
  a Dual-Circuit Refrigerator/Freezer  with Countercurrent
  Host Excn8noG&.
  PB93-131688/REB
 RAJU.C.S.
  Evaluation of Source Term Initial Conditions for Modeling
  Leachate Migration from Landfills.
  PB93-131464/REB
 RAWE.J.
  Solvent Extraction Processes: A Survey of Systems in the
  SITE Program.
  PB93-131795/REB
 RAYMOND, R. L
  Btoremedwtion,
  PB93-149193/REB
 REGLLS.
  Analysis of Potential Tradeoffs in Regulation of  Disinfec-
  tion Bv-Products.
  PB93-134344/REB
  Framework for Decision Making: An EPA Perspective.
  PB93-134369/REB
  Simulation of Compliance Choices for the Disinfection By-
  products Regulatory Impact Analysis.
  PBB3-134385/REB
  Simulation of Microbial Occurrence, Exposure and Health
  Risks after Drinking Water Treatment Processes.
  PB93-134393/REB
  Simulation of Raw Water and  Treatment Parameters in
  Support of the Disinfection By-Products Regulatory Impact

  PB95M34401/REB
  Useof Microbial Risk Assessment in Setting  U.S.- Drinking
  W&to Standards.
  P893-134930/REB
 RBD.R.C.
  Methods for Assessing Exposure to Chemical Substances.
  Volume 11.  Methodology  for Estimating  the Migration of
  AddWves and Impurities from Polymeric Materials.
  PB33-134096/REB
 REINHARD, M.
  Transformation of Carbon Tetrachtoride in the Presence of
  Suffide, Biotte, and VermicuBte.
  PB93-135713/REB
 RENARD.E.
  Solvent Extraction Processes: A Survey of Systems in the
  SITE Program.
  PB93-131795/REB
 REZVAM.A.H.
  Attenuation of Alcohol Consumption by MDMA (Ecstasy) in
  Two Strains of AlcohoWWemng Rats.
  PB93-141232/REB
 RKE.E.W.
            i Resistance of •Escherichia cor and Entero-
      i to CNorination.
  PB93-150126/REB
 RICHARDS, D. V.
  Annual Report of National Park Marine Debris Monitoring
  Program: 1991 Marine Debris Surveys with  Summary of
  Data from 1988 to 1991.
  PB93-132587/REB
 RICHARDS, R. J.
  LNAPL Distribution and Hydrocarbon  Vapor  Transport in
  the CapOary Fringe.
  PB83-157S50/REB
 RfZELL,P. O.
  New tecly wikwiy for refrigerator and heating plants.
  DE93721673/REB
 ROBERTS, M.L
  Direct Effects (rf Ethane Ornethamsujphonate on EpJdkty-
  mal Function in Adult Rats. An tn vitro Demonstration.
  PB93-141281/REB
ROBERTS, W. C.
  Health Advisory for Zinc Chloride.
  PB93-136620/REB
ROGERS, C.
  Modification of Point Counts for Surveying Cropland Birds.
  PB93-156040/REB
ROGERS, C. J.
  Effect of a Base-Catalyzed Dechlorination Process on the
  Genotoxkaty of PCB-Contaminated Soil.
  PB93-141323/REB
ROGERS, J.M.
  Review of the Literature on Potential Reproductive and De-
  velopmental Toxretty of Electric and Magnetic Reids.
  PB93-141307/REB
ROGERS, S.IL
  Shoreline Erosion  Control Using  Marsh Vegetation and
  Low-Cost Structures.
  PB93-142420/REB
ROOP, B. C.
  PCR Primers Specific for Detection of a Rat Repetitive Se-
  quence.
  PB93-141398/REB
ROSS, J. A.
  DMA Adducts and Induction of Sister Chromatid Exchanges
  in the Rat Following BenzotbHHuoranthene Administration.
  PB93-141372/REB
ROSSITFR, B. J. F.
  Analysis of X-ray-Induced HPRT Mutations in CHO Cells:
  Insertion and Deletions.
  PB93-141364/REB
RUST AD, UE.
  Watershed Manipulation Project Reid Implementation Plan
  for 1990-1992.
  P893-149748/REB
SAGE,
  Improved Method for Screening cONA Expression Ubraries
  for DMA-Binding Proteins.
  PB93-141299/REB
SALMAN, D.L
  Novel Approach for Gathering Data on Solvent Cleaning.
  PB93-142115/REB
SANOHU, S. S.
  Application of a Wheat Seeding Assay for Detecting Aneu-
  ploidy Induced  by N-Ethyl-N-Nitrosourea and 4-Nitroquino-
  Ene-1-Oxide.
  PB93-141463/REB
  AppScatkxi of the  Tradeacantia micronucleus'  Assay for
  the Genetic Evaluation of Chemical Mixtures in Soil and
  Aqueous Media.
  PB93-141380/REB
  Synergtstic and Antagonistic Effects  on Genotoxicity of
  Chemicals Commonly Found in Hazardous Waste Sites.
  PB93-141257/REB
SCHAEFER, J. K.
  Simulation  of Compliance Choices for the Disinfection By-
  Products Regulatory Impact Analysis.
  PB93-134385/REB
SCHAEFER, R. M.
  Conversion of Methanol-Fueled 16-Valve, 4-Cyinder Engine
  to Operation on Gaseous 2H2/CO Fuel Interim Report 4.
  PB93-144376/REB
  Evaluation of an Emitec Resisttvaty Heated Metal Monolith
  Catalytic Convener  on Two  M100 Neat Methanol-Fueled
  Vehicles.
  PB93-141059/REB
  Evaluation of Resisbvety Heated Fuel Injection Technology
  to Reduce Cold Start Emissions and Assist Startng/Dri-
  veaway of a Methanol-Fueled Vehicle.
  PB93-144350/REB
SCHNOOR, J. L.
  Kinetics  of Chemical Weathering  in B Horizon Spodosol
  Fraction.
  P893-141539/REB
SCHWARTZUAN, D.
  Collection and Chemical Analysis of Lichens for Biomonitor-

  P893-149862/REB
SCHWOPE, A. D.
  Methods for Assessing Exposure to Chemical Substances.
  Volume 11. Methodotogyfor Estimating the Migration of
  AddHivBS find Impurftios front Pohffowic Motorists.
  PB93-134096/REB
BELGRADE. UK.
  Correlation between Chemical Suppression of Natural KDer
  Cell Activity in Mice and SusceptibHty to Cytomegatovirus:
  Rationale for Applying Murine Cytomegatovirus  as a Host
  Resistance Model ano for Interpreting Immunotoxicity Test-
  mg in Terms of Risk of Disease.
  PB93-141430/REB
SELLE.A.R.
  Environmental  Monitoring  and   Assessment   Program,
  EMAP-Surface Waters: A Northeast Lakes Pilot
  P893-135747/REB
SENECA, E. a
  Shoreline Erosion  Control Using  Marsh Vegetation  and
  Low-Cost Structures.
  PB93-142420/REB
SERAGEUMN, H. A.
  Novel Approach for Gathering Data on Solvent Cleaning.
  PB93-142115/REB
SETTER, R.W.
  Analysis of X-ray-Induced HPRT Mutations in CHO Cete
  Insertion and Deletions.
  PB93-141364/REB
SHAREEF, a
  OAQS Control Cost Manual (Fourth Edition). Supplement 2.
  PB93-138147/REB
SHARPE, W. E.
  Episodic Response Project-Northern Appalachian Plateau:
  Site Description and Methodology.
  PB93-149755/REB
SHEPARD, L J.
  Proceedings of the National Workshop on Biological Criteria
  (1st). Held in Lincolnwood, Illinois on December 2-4,1987.
  PB93-143717/REB
SHEPARD, L. S.
  Analysis of Acid Precipitation Samples .Collected by State
  Agencies. Sampling Period: January-December 1990.
  PB93-1441S2/REB
SHERMAN, A. D.
  Quality Assurance Ran for 1991 Pilot Study of the Ecologi-
  cal  Condition of Municipal Wastewater Constructed Wet-
  land Treatment Systems.
  PB93-134674/REB

SHORT, T. E.
  Exact Peak  Capturing  and  Oscillation-Free Scheme to
  Solve Advection-Dispersion Transport Equations.
  PB93-131845/REB
SHRIVASTAVA, S. P.
  Dermal Absorption of Chemicals: Effect of Application of
  Chemicals  as a Solid, Aqueous Paste, Suspension, or  in
  Volatile Vehicle.
  PB93-141356/REB
SHY, C. U.
  Micronuclei  and  Other   Nuclear  Anomalies  in Buccal
  Smears: A Field Test in Snuff Users.
  PB93-141448/REB
  Micronuclei  and  Other   Nuclear  Anomalies  in Buccal
  Smears: Methods Development.
  PB93-141455/REB

SIMMONS, J. E.
  Hepatotoxic Interactions  of Ethanol with Allyl Alcohol or
  Carbon Tetrachkxide in Rats.
  PB93-141422/REB
SIMON, T. P.
  Proceedings  of the Midwest  Pollution Control Biologists
  Meeting, 1991. Environmental Indicators: Measurement and
  Assessment  Endpoints.  Held  in  Lincolnwood,  Illinois on
  March 19-22. 1991.
  PB93-14S712/REB
  Proceedings of the National Workshop on Biological Criteria
  (1st). Held in Lincolnwood, Illinois on December 2-4. 1987.
  PB93-143717/REB
  Proceedings of the 1989 Midwest Pollution Control  Biolo-
  gists Meeting, Held in Chicago, Illinois on February 14-17,
  1989.
  PB93-143691/REB
SINGER, C.
  Advacate-Low-Cost Process for SO2 Control.
  PB93-141117/REB
SMITH, D. F.
  Generation of Mutagenic Transformation Products during
  the Irradiation of Simulated Urban Atmospheres.
  PB93-141208/REB
  Photo-Oxidation of Automobile Emissions: Measurements
  of the Transformation Products and Their Mutagenic ActKn-
      M41273/REB
SNOEYINK,V.L
  Application of Isotherms for Predictions of GAC Perform-
  ance: A Preliminary Analysis.
  PB93-131555/REB
SNOW, R. F.
  Photo-Oxidation of Automobile Emissions: Measurements
  of the Transformation Products and Their Mutagenic Actnri-
  PB93-
       141273/REB
SNYDER.R.B.
  Alternative Control Techniques Document NOx Emissions
  from Stationary Gas Turbines.
  PB93-156586/REB

SOBOL.S.P.
  Pollution Prevention Opportunity Assessment USDA Betts-
  ville Agricultural Research Center.
  PB93-146843/REB

SOERGEUG.
  Federal Policies and Technological Problem-Solving.
  PB93-142107/REB
SOMERS.J.
  Motor Vehicle-Related Air Toxics Study.
  PB93-146462/REB
SORQ.T.J.
  Removal of Beryllium from Drinking Water by Chemical Co-
  agulation and Ume Softening.
  PB93-150134/REB
STAM.A.C.
  Stable  Sulfur Isotopes  of  Sulfate  in  Precipitation and
  Stream Solutions in a Northern Hardwood Watershed.
  PB93-141562/REB
STAMEY-HALL, S.
  Evaluation of Nitrogen Oxide Emissions Data from TV A
  Coal-Fired Boilers.
  PB93-13886S/REB
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                                                                                                                                              ZIMMERMAN, L J.
STANTON, M. E.
  Behavioral  Development  Following  Daily  Episodes  of
  Mother-Infant Separation in the Rat
  PB93-141406/REB
STEFAN, H. G.
  Relationship between Water Temperatures  and Air Tem-
  peratures for Central U.S. Streams.
  PB93-135655/REB
  Vertical Diffusion in Small  Stratified Lake: Data and Error
  Analysis.
  PB93-149185/REB
  Water Temperature Characteristics of Lakes Subjected to
  Climate Change.
  PB93-135648/REB
STEFANSKI, L. A.
  Reaction Kinetics of Ca-Based Sorbents with HC1.
  PB93-131B60/REB
STENBERG, P.
  New technology for refrigeration and heating plants.

STEVENS, D. L.
  Environmental  Monitoring  and   Assessment  Program,
  EMAP-Surface Waters: A Northeast Lakes Pilot
  PB93-135747/REB
STEVENS, T.
  Small Systems Meet Superfund  Challenge with  Point-of-
  Entry Treatment Units.
  PB93-141109/REB
STODDARD, J. L
  Role of Nitrate in the Acidification  of Streams in the Catskill
  Mountains of New York.
  PB93-150167/REB
STUBECKI, S. G.
  Guidelines for  Developing Risk-Based  Cleanup  Levels at
  RCRA Sites in Region 10.
  P893-H5662/RES
SUAREZ, J. D.
  Direct Effects of Ethane Dimethanesulphonate on Epidkty-
  mal Function in Adult Rats. An In vitro Demonstration.
  PB93-141281/REB
SULUVAN, D.
  Potential  for Joint Research between  EPA and  the U.S.
  Army.
  PB93-U9227/REB
SUMLER, U. R.
  Dermal Absorption of Chemicals: Effect of Application of
  Chemicals as a Solid, Aqueous  Paste, Suspension,  or in
  Volatile Vehicle.
  PB93-141356/REB
SUMMERS, R. S.
  Removal of Beryllium from Drinking Water by Chemical Co-
  agulation and Ume Softening.
  PB93-150134/REB
SWANSON, F. J.
  Some Emerging Issues in  Watershed  Management-Land-
  scape  Patterns,  Species  Conservation,  and   Climate
  Change.
  PB93-131522/REB
SWENSON, E. M.
  Quality Assurance Project Plan: 1991 EMAP Wetlands
  Southeastern Pilot Study.
  PB93-141067/REB
SWISTOCK, B. R.
  Episodic Response Project-Northern  Appalachian Plateau:
  Site Description and Methodology.
  PB93-149755/REB
SWOBODA-COLBERG, N. G.
  Mineral Dissolution Rates: A Comparison of Laboratory and
  Reid Studies.
  P893-141182/REB
THOMAS, J.M.
  Bioremediation.
  PB93-149193/REB
THURNAU, R. C.
  Pilot-Scale Evlauatjon of an Intinerability Ranking System
  for Hazardous Organic Compounds.
  PB93-150118/REB
TICHENOR, B. A.
  Emission Rates of Mercury from Latex Paints.
  PB93-131654/REB
  Evaluating Materials for Healthy Buildings.
  PB93-131621/REB-
TOLBERT, P. E.
  Micronuctei  and  Other  Nuclear Anomalies  in Buccal
  Smears: A Field Test in Snuff Users.
  PB93-141448/REB
  Micronudei  and  Other  Nudear Anomalies  in Buccal
  Smears: Methods Development
  PB93-141455/REB
TOLLE.D. A.
  Life-Cycle Assessment Inventory  Guidelines and Principles.
  PB93-139681/REB
TOLSON, J. P.
  Susceptibility  of East  Coast  Estuaries  to  Nutrient  Dis-
  charges: Albemarte/Pamlico Sound to Biscayne Bay.
  PB93-136901/REB
  Susceptibility  of  East  Coast  Estuaries  to  Nutrient  Dis-
  charges: Passamaquoddy Bay to Chesapeake Bay.
  PB93-136927/REB
TRANTER, M.
  Comparison of Episodic Acidification  in Canada, Europe
  and the United States.
  PB93-135754/REB
TRAYNOR, G. W.
  Mutagenicity of Organic Emissions from Unvented  Kero-
  sene Heaters in a Chamber Study.
  PB93-141489/REB
TUCKER, W. G.
  Mutagenicity of Organic Emissions from Unvented  Kero-
  sene Heaters in a Chamber Study.
  PB93-141489/REB
TURNBLOM, S. M.
  Guidelines  for Developing  Risk-Based Cleanup Levels at
  RCRA Sites in Region 10.
  PB93-145662/REB
TURNER, D. P.
  Uncertainties in Countrywide Forest Biomass Estimates.
  PB93-149250/REB
TURNER, R. E.
  Quality Assurance Project  Plan: 1991  EMAP Wetlands
  Southeastern Pilot Study.
  PB93-141067/REB
VAIL, L. W.
  Recovery of the Highly Acidified Clearwater Lake Water-
  shed, Ontario, Canada. Simulated with the IL WAS Model.
  PB93-141547/REB
VALENTINE, R.  L.
  Kinetics of Chemical Weathering in  B Horizon Spodosol
  Fraction.
  PB93-141539/REB
VALJNIEKS, J.
  Rapid Measurement of  Aqueous Hydroxyl Radical Concen-
  trations in Steady-State  HO Flux Systems.
  PB93-131779/REB
VAN BEEK, N.
  Ecologically Acceptable Strategy for the Use of Genetically
  Engineered Baculovirus  Pesticides.
  PB93-149243/REB
VAN EE, J.
  Technical Assistance Document Corrosion,  Its Detection
  and Control in Injection  Wells.
  PB93-115897/REB
VANCE, G. f.
  Chemistry of Dissolved  Organic Carbon and Organic Acids
  in Two Streams Draining Forested Watersheds.
  PB93-141521/REB
  Organic Acidity in Maine  (U.S.A.) Lakes and in  HUMEX
  Lake Skjervatjem (Norway).
  PB93-141166/REB
  Role of Soil Organic Acids in Mineral Weathering Process-
  es (Chapter 6).
  PB93-149268/REB
VANOSDELL, D.
  Characterization of Environmental Chambers for Evaluating
  Microbial Growth on Building Materials.
  PB93-131597/REB
VATAVUK, W.
  OAQS Control Cost Manual (Fourth Edition), Supplement 2.
  PB93-138147/REB
VIGON, B. W.
  Life-Cycle Assessment  Inventory Guidelines and Principles.
  PB93-139681/REB
VON ALTEN, T. R.
  Development  of Good  Combustion Practice  for Municipal
  Waste Combustors.
  PB93-131613/REB
WAHL.G.
  Pollution Prevention Opportunity Assessment Geochemis-
  try Laboratory, Sandia National Laboratories.
  PB93-146900/REB
  Pollution Prevention Opportunity Assessment: Manufactur-
  ing and Fabrication Repair Laboratory at Sandia National
  Laboratories.
  PB93-146868/REB
  Solvent Extraction Processes: A Survey of Systems in the
  SITE Program.
  PB93-131795/REB
WALOMAN, J. M.
  Aerosol Acidity Characterization  of  Large Metropolitan
  Areas: Riot and Planning for Philadelphia.
  PB93-149177/REB
WALSH, C.
  Small Systems  Meet Superfund Challenge with  Point-of-
  Entry Treatment Units.
  PB93-141109/REB
WANG, L
  Sorptfon  of  Toxic  Organic Compounds  on Wastewater
  Solids: Mechanism and Modeling.
  PB93-150191/REB
WARD, C. H.
  Bioremediation.
  PB93-149193/REB
WATERLAND, L. R.
  Pilot-Scale Evlauatton of an Incinerability Ranking System
  for Hazardous Organic Compounds.
  PB93-150118/REB
  Pilot-Scale Incineration of  Contaminated Sludges  from the
  Bofors-Nobel Superfund Site.
  PB93-141034/REB
WEBER, D. E.
  Comparison of the Effects  of Drilling Fluid on Macrobenthic
  Invertebrates Associated with the Seagrass, Thalassia tes-
  tucfinum', in the Laboratory and Field.
  PB93-131837/REB
WEINBERG, D. S.
  Evaluation of POHC and PIC Screening Methods.
  PB93-144137/REB
WERAKOON, W. M.
  Effects of CO2 and Temperature on Five Rice Cultivars.
  PB93-141158/REB
WEST, C. C.
  Surfactants and Subsurface Remediation.
  PB93-149854/REB
WHITFORD, K.
  Pollution Prevention  Opportunity Assessment Geochemis-
  try Laboratory, Sandia National Laboratories.
  PB93-146900/REB
  Pollution Prevention  Opportunity Assessment Manufactur-
  ing and  Fabrication  Repair Laboratory at Sandia National
  Laboratories.
  PB93-146868/REB
WIGINGTON, P. J.
  Comparison of  Episodic Acidification in Canada, Europe
  and the United States.
  PB93-135754/REB
WILD, D. K.
  Comparative Resistance of 'Escherichia coli' and Entero-
  cocci to Chlorination.
  PB93-150126/REB

WILLIAMS, K.
  Mutagenicity of Organic Emissions from Unvented  Kero-
  sene Heaters in a Chamber Study.
  PB93-141489/REB

WILLIAMS, T.
  Control Technology:  1992 Update of U.S. EPA's Superfund
  Innovative Technology  Evaluation (SITE) Emerging  Tech-
       i Program.
       .150159/REB
WILSHIRE, F. W.
  Volatile Organic Sampling Train Soot Interference ReporL
  PB93-144145/REB
WILSON, J.T.
  Bioremediation.
  PB 93-149193/REB
WILSON, W. E.
  Aerosol  Acidity  Characterization  of  Large  Metropolitan
  Areas: Pilot and Planning for Philadelphia.
  PB93-149177/REB
  Comparison of Aerosol Acidity in Urban and Semi-Rural En-
  vironments.
  PB93-131712/REB
WINKLER, D.
  Revised Emissions Estimation Methodologies for Industrial,
  Residential,  and Electric Utility   Stationary Combustion
  Sources.
  PB93-135663/REB
WISE, C.
  Effects of CO2 and Temperature on Five Rice Cultivars.
  PB93-141158/REB
WOOD, H. A.
  Development of Genetically  Enhanced Baculovirus Pesti-
  cides (Chapter S).
  PB93-149235/REB
  Ecologically Acceptable Strategy for the Use of Genetically
  Engineered Baculovirus Pesticides.
  PB93-149243/REB
  Genetically  Engineered Baculoviruses as Agents for Pest
  Control.
  PB93-150175/REB
XIE, Y.
  LNAPL  Distribution  and Hydrocarbon Vapor Transport in
  the Capillary Fringe.
  PB93-157550/REB
YEH, G. T.
  Exact Peak Capturing  and  Oscillation-Free Scheme  to
  Solve Advection-Disperston Transport  Equations.
  PB93-131845/REB
YOUNG, T. C.
  Trace Organic Contaminants  in Anthropogenically Acidified
  Surface  Waters.
  PB93-135689/REB
ZAPOROZEC, A.
  Delineation  of Wellhead  Protection  Areas  in  Fractured
  Rocks.
  PB93-115822/REB
ZHANG, X.
  Analysis of Potential Trade-Offs in Regulation of Disinfec-
  tion By-Products.
  PB93-134344/REB
  Framework for Decision Making: An EPA Perspective.
  PB93-134369/REB
  Simulation of Raw  Water and Treatment  Parameters in
  Support of the Disinfection By-Products Regulatory  Impact
  Analysis.
  PB93-134401/REB
ZIMMERMAN, D.
  Revised Emissions  Estimation Methodologies for Industrial,
  Residential, and Electric Utility  Stationary  Combustion
  Sources.
  PB93-135663/REB
ZIMMERMAN, L. J.
  Analysis of X-ray-Induced HPRT  Mutations in CHO Cells:
  Insertion and Deletions.
  PB93-141364/REB
                                                                                                                                        June 1993
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 Derived Human T-Lymphocytes.                         T-Lymphocytes from Adult Humans.                      Applications of Pulse Combustion in Industrial and Intiner-
 PB93-141224/REB                                  PB93-141216/REB                                  atkxi Processes.
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CONTRACT/GRANT NUMBER
INDEX
 Entries in this index list reports produced as a result of research done under specific
 contract or grant numbers. Entries are sequenced by contract or grant number, corporate
 author/ and NTIS order number.
SAMPLE ENTRY


Contract or Grant Number
Performing Organization
NTIS Order Number/Media Code Price Codes


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| EPA-68-C8-OOO6
Oregon State Univ., Corvallis, OR.
| PB90-120072/HSU PCA09/MFA01
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                                         CONTRACT/GRANT   NUMBER  INDEX
EPA-CR-613155-01-0
  Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, MA.
  AD-A258 623/8/REB
EPA-CX-813S67-01-01
  Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, MA.
  AD-A258 623/8/REB
EPA-DO4036
  Sonotech, Atlanta, GA.
  PB93-131639/REB
EPA-R-81-6740
  Harvard School of Public Health, Boston, MA.
  PB93-131712/REB
EPA-R00580S
  Purdue Univ., Lafayette, IN. Dept. of Agricultural Econom-
  ics.
  PB93-157568/REB
EPA-R-8128O8
  Lund Univ. (Sweden). Dept of Ecology.
  PB93-141497/REB
  Rice Univ., Houston, TX Dept of Environmental Science
  and Engineering.
  PB93-141505/REB
EPA-R-814043
  Illinois Univ. at Urbana-Champaign. Dept of Civil Engineer-
      i-131555/REB
EPA-R-615831-01-0
  Boyce Thompson Inst for Plant Research, Ithaca, NY.
  PB93-150175/REB
EPA-R-8161B5
  Environmental Health Research and Testing, Inc., Research
  Triangle Park, NC.
  PB93-141372/REB
EPA-R-816230
  Minnesota Univ., Minneapolis. St Anthony Falls Hydraulic
  Lab.
  PB93-135648/REB
  PB93-135655/REB
EPA-R-816230-01-0
  Minnesota Univ.-Duluth. St Anthony Falls Hydraulic Lab.
  PB93-149185/REB
EPA-B-816776
  Stanford Univ., CA. Dept of Civil Engineering.
  PB93-13S713/REB
EPA-R-816821
  Massachusetts  Univ., Amherst Environmental Engineering
   PB93-157550/REB
 EPA-R-816947
   Oregon Graduate Inst of ScJence and Technology, Beaver-
   ton. Dept of Environmental Science and Engineering.
   PB93-131738/REB
 EPA-R-817083-01-0
   Research Triangle Inst, Research Triangle Park. NC.
   PB93-131597/REB
 EPA-R-818322
   Pennsylvania State Univ., University Park. Dept of Civil En-

   PB93-131845/REB
 EPA-7D4127NAEX
   Western  Illinois Univ.,  Macomb. Dept  of Biological  Sci-
   ences.
   PB93-141257/REB
 EPA-68-01-4456
   North Carolina Central Univ., Durham. Dept of Biology.
   PB93-141463/REB
 EPA-68-01-6621
   Development  Planning  and Research Associates,  Inc.,
   Manhattan, KS.
   PB93-158988/REB
 EPA-68-01-6744
   Development  Planning  and Research Associates,  Inc.,
   Manhattan, KS.
   PB93-156503/HEB
EPA-68-01-7644
  Development  Planning and  Research  Associates,  Inc.,
  Manhattan, KS.
  PB93-156495/REB
EPA-68-02-4280
  Combustion Engineering, Inc., Windsor, CT.
  PB93-131589/REB
EPA-68-02-4442
  Southern Research Inst, Birmingham, AL
  PB93-144137/REB
EPA-68-02-4450
  ManTech Environmental Technology, Inc., Research Trian-
  gle Park, NC.
  PB93-141281/REB
  PB93-141356/REB
EPA-68-02-4451
  Environmental Science and Engineering, Inc., Durham, NC.
  PB93-131696/REB
EPA-68-02-4454
  Global Geochemistry Corp., Canoga Park, CA.
  PB93-144152/REB
EPA-68-02-4456
  Environmental Health Research and Testing, Inc., Research
  Triangle Park, NC.
  PB93-141372/REB
EPA-68-02-4463
  Midwest Research Inst, Kansas City, MO.
  PB93-144145/REB
EPA-68-03-3365
  Energy and Environmental Research Corp., Durham, NC.
  PB93-131613/REB
EPA-68-03-3409
  Camp, Dresser and McKee, Inc., Cambridge, MA.
  PB93-131514/REB
EPA-68-03-6304
  AQUA TERRA Consultants, Mountain View, CA.
  PB93-131464/REB
EPA-68-CO-0003
  Battelle Columbus Labs., OH.
  PB93-139681/REB
EPA*£B-CO*0069
  Miller (Wade) Associates, Inc.. Arlington, VA.
  PB93-134377/REB
EPA-68-CO-0082/C
  National Research  Council, Washington,  DC. Water Sci-
  ence and Technology Board.
  PB93-146348/REB
EPA-68-C1-0030
  Eastern Research Group, Inc., Lexington, MA.
  PB93-146918/REB
EPA-68-C8-0000
  ManTech Environmental Technology, Inc., Corvallis, OR.
  PB93-141570/REB
EPA-68-C8-0006
  Geological Survey, Albany, NY.
  PB93-150167/REB
  ManTech Environmental Technology, Inc., Corvallis, OR.
  PB93-135697/REB
  PB93-146793/REB
EPA-68-C8-OOS8
  GeoTrans, Inc., Sterling, VA.
  PB93-150217/REB
 EPA-68-C8-0062
  Science Applications International Corp., Cincinnati, OH.
  PB93-146843/REB
  PB93-146868/REB
  PB93-146900/REB
  Science Applications International Corp., Olympia, WA.
  PB93-145605/REB
  PB93-145613/REB
  PB93-145670/REB
 EPA-68-C9-0033
  Alabama Univ. in Birmingham. Dept of Civil Engineering.
  PB93-131472/REB
 EPA-68-C9-0038
  Acurex Environmental Corp.. Jefferson. AR.
  PB93-141034/REB
EPA-68-CO-0003
  Battelle, Columbus, OH.
  PB93-141026/REB

EPA-68-OO-125
  Radian Corp., Research Triangle Park, NC.
  PB93-150290/REB

EPA-68-DO-0141
  Acurex Corp., Research Triangle Park, NC.
  PB93-131654/REB
  PB93-150100/REB
  Acurex Environmental Corp., Research Triangle Park, NC.
  PB93-131860/REB

EPA-68-01-0010
  Radian Corp., Austin, TX.
  PB93-131704/REB

EPA-68-D1-0013
  Radian Corp., Research Triangle Park, NC.
  PB93-138865/REB

EPA-6B-O1-0031
  Radian Corp., Research Triangle Park, NC.
  PB93-131720/REB

EPA-68-D1-0115
  Midwest Research Inst, Gary, NC.
  PB93-156586/REB

EPA-68-D1-0117
  Radon Corp., Research Triangle Park, NC.
  PB93-138147/REB
EPA-68-D9-0131
  Acurex Environmental Corp., Mountain View, CA.
  PB93-142016/REB
EPA-68-D9-0166
  Little (Arthur D.), Inc., Cambridge, MA.
  PB93-134096/REB

EPA-68-D9-0168
  Pechan (E.H.) and Associates, Inc., Durham, NC.
  PB93-131456/REB
EPA-68-09-0173
  TRC Environmental Corp., Chapel Hill, NC.
  PB93-135663/REB
EPA-68D00121
  TRC Environmental Corp., Chapel Hill. NC.
  PB93-13149B/REB

EPA-68-DO-0137
  Midwest Research Inst, Kansas City, MO.
  PB93-1S0209/REB

EPA-6S-WO-0039
  Booz-Allen and Hamilton, Inc., Bethesda, MD.
  PB92-131374/REB

EPA-48-WO-0043
  Computer Sciences Corp., Cincinnati, OH.
  PB93-134872/REB

EPA-69-DO-0141
  Acurex Environmental Corp., Research Triangle Park, NC.
  PB93-141117/REB

EPA-69-W9-0009
  PRC Environmental Management, Inc., Seattle. WA.
  PB93-145662/REB

NA90AA-D-SG062
  North Carolina State Univ. at Raleigh. Sea Grant Coll. Pro-
       M42420/REB
 NSF-BSR90-09190
   Marine  Biological  Lab., Woods Hole,  MA. Ecosystems
   Center.
   PB93-141174/REB
 R-817111
   Maryland Univ.,  College Park. Dept of Mechanical Engi-
   neering.
   PB93-131688/REB
 USDA-88037263-3700
   Boyce Thompson Inst for Plant Research, Ithaca, NY.
   PB93-150175/REB
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NTIS ORDER/REPORT
NUMBER INDEX
  Entries in this index list the NTIS order numberand the monitor agency
  numbers, each in its alphanumeric position. Please use the NTIS order
  number to order items available from NTIS to ensure faster service.
SAMPLE ENTRY
            NTIS Order Number

                   Title

 NTIS Order Number/Media Code Price Codes


          Sponsoring Organization
            Report Numbers(s)

                   Title

 NTIS Order Number/Media Code Price Codes
PB90-120072/HSU

Sensitivity of Ecological Landscapes and Regions to
Global Climatic Change
PB90-120072/HSU    PC A09/MF A01
EPA/600/3-89/073
Sensitivity of Ecological Landscapes and Regions to
Global Climatic Change
PB90-120072/HSU     PC A09/MF A01

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                                        NTIS  ORDER/REPORT NUMBER  INDEX
AO-A258 623/8/REB
  Molecular Regulation of  the Induction of Cytochrome P-
  450E in the Estuarine Fish Fundulus Heteroclitus.
  AD-A258 623/8/REB                  PCA11/MFA03
AP-42-SUPPL-E
  Compilation  of Air Pollutant Emission Factors. Volume 1.
  Stationary Point and Area Sources. Supplement E.
  PB93-157105/REB                     PC A10/MF A03
C8P/APH-92/105
  Chesapeake Bay Program  Annual Progress Report, Wet-
  lands Workgroup, December 1991.
  PB93-136893/REB                     PC A03/MF A01
CBP/TRS-79/92
  Restoration of the Anacostia River.
  PB93-136364/REB                     PC A05/MF A01
CONTRIB-753
  Comparison of the Effects of Drilling Fluid on Macrobenthic
  Invertebrates Associated with the Seagrass, Thalassia tes-
  tudinum'. in the Laboratory and Reid.
  PB93-131837/REB                     PC A03/MF A01
DCN-92-239-022-02-06
  Evaluation of  Nitrogen Oxide  Emissions  Data from TVA
  Coal-Fired Boilers.
  PB93-138865/REB                     PC A06/MF A02
DE92643948/REB
  Radioecotogy in Nordic limnic systems - present knowledge
  and future prospects.
  DE92643948/REB                     PC A04/MF A01
DE93603681/REB
  Bladder-wrack (Fucus vesteulosus L) as an indicator for ra-
  dionuclides in  the environment of Swedish nuclear power
  plants.
  DE93603681/REB                     PC A03/MF A01
DE93721673/REB
  New technology for refrigeration and heating plants.
  DE93721673/REB                     PC A03/MF A01
DE93721674/REB
  Greenhouse gases.  Emissions and eountermeasures in an
  International perspective.
  DE93721674/REB                     PC A07/MF A02
EMSL-1435
  Method  524.  Measurement of  Purgeable Organic  Com-
  pounds In Drinking  Water  by  Gas Chromatograpny/Mass
  Spectrometry.
  PB93-157931 /REB                    PC A03/MF A01
EPA/AA/CA/CP8B-90/01
  Formation and Control of Combustion Pollutants from Gas-
  odne-Fualed Spark-Ignition Motor Vehicle Engines. (Revised
  November 1992).
  PB93-141042/REB                    PC A04/MF A01
EPA/AA/CTAB-92/02
  Evaluation of Resistively  Heated Fuel Injection Technology
  to Reduce  Cold Start Emissions and Assist Starting/Dri-
  veaway of a Methanol-Fueled Vehicle.
  PB93-144350/REB                     PC A03/MF A01
EPA/AA/CTAB-92/04
  Evaluation of an Emitec  Resistively Heated Metal Monolith
  Catalytic  Converter  on Two M100 Neat  Methanol-Fueled
  Vehicles.
  PB93-141059/REB                     PC A03/MF A01
EPA/AA/TDG-92/06
  Conversion of Methanol-Fueled 16-Valve, 4-Cylinder Engine
  to Operation on Gaseous 2H2/CO Fuel. Interim Report 4.
  PB93-144376/REB                     PC A03/MF A01
EPA/DF/CD-93/020
  Toxic Release Inventory (TRI),  1987-1990 (on CD-ROM).
  PB93-5O0742/REB                     CD-ROMS45.00
EPA/ROD/R02-92/169
  Superfund Record of Decision  (EPA Region 2): Ramapo
  Landfill Site, Rockland County, NY. (First Remedial Action),
  March 1992.
  PB93-963801 /REB                     PC A04/MF A01
EPA/ROO/R03-92/142
  Superfund Record of Decision (EPA Region 3): U.S.  De-
  fense General Supply Center, (Operable Unit 5), Richmond,
  VA. (First Remedial  Action), March 1992.
  PB93-963901 /REB                     PC A04/MF A01
EPA/ROO/R03-92/144
  Superfund Record of Decision  (EPA Region 3): Raymark
  Site, Operable Unit 1, Montgomery County, PA. (First Re-
  medial Action), December 1991.
  PB93-963902/REB                     PC A07/MF A02
EPA/ROO/R03-92/145
  Superfund  Record  of Decision (EPA  Region 3):  Dublin
  Water Supply, Bucks  County,  PA. (First Remedial Action),
  December 1991.
  PB93-963903/REB                     PC A06/MF A02
 EPA/ROO/R03-92/153
  Superfund Record of  Decision (EPA Region 3): MW Manu-
  facturing Site, Montour County.  PA. (Subsequent Remedial
  Action), June 1992.
  PB93-963904/REB                     PC A05/MF A01
 EPA/ROD/R05-92/192
  Superfund Record of  Decision (EPA Region 5): Twin Cities
  AF Reserve (SAR  Landfill). MN. (First  Remedial Action),
  March 1992.
  PB93-964103/REB                     PC A04/MF A01
 EPA/ROO/R05-92/193
  Superfund  Record  of Decision  (EPA Region 5): Midco  II,
  Gary, IN. (Frst Remedial Action), (Amendment). April 1992.
  PB93-964102/REB                     PC AOS/MF A01
EPA/ROD/ROS-92/194
  Superfund Record of  Decision  (EPA Region 5): Columbus
  Old Municipal  Landfill,  Columbus,  IN.  (First  Remedial
  Action), March 1992.
  PB93-964104/REB                    PC A03/MF A01
EPA/ROD/R05-92/195
  Superfund Record of Decision (EPA Region 5): Grand Tra-
  verse Overall Supply Site, Greilickville, Ml. (First Remedial
  Action), February 1992.
  PB93-964101/REB                    PC A03/MF A01
EPA/ROD/R09-92/079
  Superfund Record of Decision (EPA Region 9): Westing-
  house Electric (Sunnyvale Plant), Sunnyvale, CA. (First Re-
  medial Action), October 1991.
  PB93-964501 /REB                    PC AOS/MF A01
EPA/SW/DK-93/002
  Organic Contract Compliance Screening System (OCCSS)
  Software (OLM01.8 Version 3) (for Microcomputers).
  PB93-500270/REB                           CP D02
EPA/SW/DK-93/003
  Inorganic Contract Compliance Screening System (ICCSS)
  Software (ILM02.1 Version 2) (for Microcomputers).
  PB93-S00288/REB                           CP D02
EPA/SW/DK-93/004
  Industrial Source Complex Short Term (ISCST) (for  Micro-
  computers).
  PB93-500221/REB                           CP 003
EPA/SW/DK-93/012
  AOL Migration Estimation Model (for Microcomputers) (Re-
  lease Number 1).
  PB93-S00684/REB                           CP D02
EPA/SW/DK-93/029
  Flexible Membrane Liner Advisory  Expert System (FLEX)
  (for Microcomputers) (Version 3.0).
  PB93-502631/REB                           CP 002
EPA/SW/DK-93/029A
  User's Guide to Flexible Membrane Liner Advisory  Expert
  System: Flex Version 3.0.
  PB93-134872/REB                    PC A03/MF A01
EPA/450/3-90/006B
  OAQS Control Cost Manual (Fourth Edition), Supplement 2.
  PB93-138147/REB                    PC A04/MF A01
EPA/450/3-91/013
  Enabling Document for Regulations Governing Compliance
  Extensions for  Early  Reductions of Hazardous  Air  Pollut-
  ants
  PB93-147007/REB                    PC A07/MF A02
EPA/4SO/3-92/006B
  National Emission Standards for Hazardous Air Pollutants
  Compliance Extensions for Early Reductions: Background
  Information for Promulgated Standards.
  PB93-149425/REB           -         PC A06/MF A02
EPA/450/3-92/009
  Regulatory  Impact Analysis  for the National  Emissions
  Standards for Hazardous Air Pollutants for Source Catego-
  ries: Organic Hazardous Air Pollutants from the Synthetic
  Organic Chemical Manufacturing Industry and Seven Other
  Processes.
  PB93-143972/REB                    PC A09/MF A02
EPA/450/R-92/001
  National Air Quality and Emissions Trends Report, 1991.
  PB93-143998/REB                    PC A07/MF A02
EPA/451/R-92/001
  Air/Superfund National Technical Guidance Study  Series:
  Applicability of Open Path Monitors for Superfund.
  PB93-138154/REB                    PC A07/MF A02
EPA/452/R-92/010
  Guidelines for Estimating and Applying Rule Effectiveness
  for Ozone CO State Implementation Plan Base Year Inven-
  tories.
  PB93-131498/REB                    PC AOS/MF A01
EPA/452/S-92/001
  Highlights  of the EPA  Innovative  Regulatory  Strategies
  Workshop: Market-Based Incentives and other Innovations
  for Air Pollution Control. Summary of Workshop  Discussion
  Sessions. Held in Washington, DC. on January 15-17,1992.
  PB93-150290/REB                    PC AOS/MF A01
EPA/453/D-92/016A
  Hazardous Air  Pollutant Emissions from Process Units in
  the Synthetic  Organic  Chemical Manufacturing Industry:
  Background  Information for Proposed Standards. Volume
  1A. National Impacts Assessment
  PB93-156552/REB                    PC A08/MF A02
 EPA/453/D-92/016B
  Hazardous Air  Pollutant Emissions from Process Units in
  the Synthetic  Organic  Chemical Manufacturing Industry:
  Background  Information for Proposed Standards. Volume
  1B. Control Technologies.
  PB93-156560/REB                     PC A13/MF A03
 EPA/453/D-92/016C
  Hazardous Air  Pollutant Emissions from Process Units in
  the Synthetic  Organic  Chemical Manufacturing Industry.
  Background  Information for Proposed Standards. Volume
  1C. Model Emission Sources.
  PB93-156578/REB                     PCA11/MFA03
 EPA/453/R-92/010
  Evaluation and Costing of NOx Controls for Existing Utility
  Boilers in the NESCAUM Region.
  PB93-142016/REB                     PC A18/MF A04
 EPA/453/R-92/018
  Control Techniques for  Volatile  Organic Compound Emis-
  sions from Stationary Sources, December 1992.
   PB93-150258/REB                     PC A20/MF A04
EPA/453/R-93/007
  Alternative Control Techniques Document NOx Emissions
  from Stationary Gas Turbines.
  PB93-166586/REB                    PCA11/MFA03
EPA/520/F-92/006
  Superfund at Work: Hazardous Waste Cleanup Efforts Na-
  tionwide, Fall 1992. (Valley of the Drums. Bullttt County,
  Kentucky).
  PB92-963618/REB                    PC A02/MF A01
EPA/520/F-92/009
  Superfund at Work: Hazardous Waste Cleanup Efforts Na-
  tionwide, Fall  1992.  (American Thermostat  Corporation,
  New York).
  PB92-963627/REB                    PC A02/MF A01
EPA/520/F-92/010
  Superfund at Work: Hazardous Waste Cleanup Efforts Na-
  tionwide, Fall 1992. (Wide  Beach  Section of  Brant,  New
  York).
  PB92-963628/REB                    PC A02/MF A01
EPA/520/F-92/011
  Superfund at Work: Hazardous Waste Cleanup Efforts Na-
  tionwide, Fall 1992. (Krysowaty Farm,  Hillsborough,  New
  Jersey).
  PB92-963629/REB                    PC A02/MF A01
EPA/520/F-92/017
  Superfund at Work: Hazardous Waste Cleanup Efforts Na-
  tionwide, Fall 1992. (Ciba-Geigy Corporation, Mclntosh, Ala-
  bama).
  PB92-963630/REB                    PC A02/MF A01
EPA/530/R-93/001
  RCRA Ground-Water Monitoring: Draft 1  tinical Guidance.
  PB93-139350/REB                   PC A10/MF A03
EPA/530/SW-91/094
  Index to the Monthly Hotline Report Questions (June  1982
  to December 1991).
  PB92-131374/REB                   PC A07/MF A02
EPA/540/09-93/240
  PR Notice 86-5. Notice to Producers, Formulators, Distribu-
  tors and Registrants.
  PB93-144053/REB                   PC A03/MF A01
EPA/540/09-93/241
  PR  Notice 86-4. Notice  to Registrants of  Pesticides, and
  Applicants for Pesticide Registration.
  PB93-144046/REB                    PC A02/MF A01
EPA/540/09-93/242
  PR Notice 86-3. Notice to Producers, Registrants, and For-
  mulators.
  PB93-144038/REB                    PC A01/MF A01
EPA/540/09-93/243
  PR Notice 86-2. Notice to Manufacturers, Formulators, Pro-
  ducers and Registrants of Pesticides.
  PB93-144020/REB                    PC A01/MF A01
EPA/540/09-93/244
  PR Notice 86-1. Notice to Manufacturers, Formulators. Pro-
  ducers and Registrants of Pesticides.
  PB93-144012/REB                    PCA01/MFA01
EPA/540/09-93/246
  PR Notice 87-1. Notice to Manufacturers, Formulators. Pro-
  ducers and Registrants of Pesticide Products.
  PB93-141687/REB                    PC A03/MF A01
EPA/540/09-93/247
  PR  Notice 87-2.  Notice to Procedures,  Registrants, and
  Formulators.
  PB93-144061/REB                    PCA01/MFA01
EPA/540/09-93/248
  PR Notice 87-3. Notice to Manufacturers, Formulators, Dis-
  tributors and Registrants  of Pesticide Products.
  PB93-144079/REB                    PC A01/MF A01
EPA/540/09-93/249
  PR Notice 87-4. Notice to  Manufacturers, Formulators and
  Registrants of Pesticides.
  PB93-141695/REB                    PC A03/MF A01
EPA/540/09-93/250
  PR Notice 87-5. Notice to  Manufacturers, Formulators and
  Registrants of Pesticides.
  PB93-144087/REB                    PC A03/MF A01
 EPA/540/09-93/251
  PR Notice 87-6, Notice to Manufacturers, Formulators, Pro-
  cedures, and Registrants of Pesticide Products.
  PB93-144095/REB                    PC A02/MF A01
 EPA/540/09-93/252
   PR Notice 87-7. Notice to Producers, Formulators and Reg-
   istrants of Pesticides.
   PB93-146108/REB                   PC A02/MF A01
 EPA/540/09-93/253
   PR Notice 87-8. Notice to Manufacturers, Formulators, Dis-
   tributors, and Registrants of Pesticides.
   PB93-147015/REB                   PC A02/MF A01
 EPA/540/09-93/254
   PR Notice 87-9. Notice to Pesticide Applicants, Registrants
   and Petitioners.
   PB93-149151/REB                   PC A01/MF A01
 EPA/540/09-93/255
   PR  Notice  87-10. Notice  to  Pesticide Applicants, Regis-
   trants and Petitioners.
   PB93-149169/REB                   PC A01/MF A01
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EPA/S40/OM3/2S6
  PR Notice 87-11. Nance to  Manufacturers, Formulators.
  Distributors, and Registrants of Pesticides.
  P893-149664/REB                   PCA01/MFA01
EPA/540/FS-92/224
  RED Facts: Ethytene.
  PB93-100345/REB                   PC A02/MF A01
EPA/S40-FS-93/238
  Pesticide Fact Sheet Number 20.1: Amitrote.
  PB93-U9680/REB                   PC A02/MF A01
EPA/540/FS-93/239
  Pesticide Fact Sheet Number 202: Amitrote.
  PB93-144368/REB                   PC A02/MF A01
EPA/S40/R-92/028
  Hazard Ranking System Guidance Manual
  PB92-963377/REB                   PC A22/MF AIM
EPA/540/R-92/027
  OSWER Superfund Telephone Directory.
  PB92-963289/REB           '        PC A03/MF A01
EPA/540/R-92/029
  Mentor-Protege Program.
  PB93-963251/REB                   PCA02/MFA01
EPA/S40/R-92/OM
  STTE-Emerging Technologies:  Laser Induced Photochemical
  Oxjdattve Destruction of Toxic Organics in Leachates and
  Groundwaters.
  PB93-131431 /REB                   PC A04/MF A01
EPA/54O/S5-91/005
  Horsehead Resource Development Company, Inc., Flame
  Reactor Technology. Technology Demonstration Summary.
  PB93-145639/REB                   PC A02/MF A01
EPA/S40/S-92/016
  Basic Concepts of Contaminant Sorption.
  PB93-146835/REB                   PC A01/MF A01
EPA/540/S-92/017
  m-situ BioremeolatJon of Ground Water.
  PB83-146850/REB                   PC A01/MF A01
EPA/S40/S-92/01S
  Behavior of Metals n Sols.
  PB93-131480/REB                   PCA03/MFA01
EPA/S40/SR-92/017
  Babcock and WBcox Cyclone  Furnace Vitrification. Technol-
  ogy Demonstration Summary.
  PB93-145621/REB                   PC A02/MF A01
EPA/S42/B-92/003
  Synopses  of Federal Demonstrations of Innovative Site Re-
  meolation Technologies.
  PB93-144111/REB                   PCA11/MFA03
EPA/S42/B-92/005A
  OSWER Source Book. Volume 1. Training and Technology
  Transfer Resources, 1992-1993.
  PB93-143960/REB                   PCA10/MFA03
EPA/542/B-B2/005B
  OSWER Source Book. Volume 2. Training and Technology
  Transfer Resources. 1992-1993.
  PB93-144129/REB                    PCA11/MFA03
EPA/542/R-92/010
  Technologies and Options tor  UST Corrective Actions:
  Overview of Current Practice.
  PB93-U5589/REB                    PC AOS/MF A01
EPA/542/R-92/011
  Innovative Treatment Technologies: Semi-Annual  Status
  Report (Fourth Edrbon).
  PB93-133387/REB                    PC AOS/MF A01
EPA/560/S-W/015
  Methods for Assessing Exposure to Chemical Substances.
  Volume 11.  Methodology for Estimating the  Migration  of
  Additives and Impurities from  Porymeric Materials.
  PB93-134096/REB                    PCAOB/MFA02
EPA/570/9-C7/002
  Technical  Assistance Document  Corrosion, Its Detection
  and Control in Injection Weds.
  PB93-115897/REB                    PCA04/MFA01
EPA/570/9-91/009
  Deinealion  of  Wellhead  Protection Areas in  Fractured
  Rooks.
  PB93-115822/REB                    PCA08/MFA02
EPA/570/9-91/040
  Status Report on Development of Regulations for DisMect-
  ants and DWifection By-Products.
  PB93-134914/REB                    PCA03/MFA01
 EPA/600/MO/006F
  Respiratory  Health  Effects  of  Passive  Smoking:  Lung
  Cancer and Other Disorder*.
  PB83-134419/REB                   PCS29M/MF AIM
 EPA/60Q/A42/2S4
  Column Vapor  Extraction  Experiments on Gasoline Con-
  taminated SoL
  PB93-131514/REB                    PCAO3/MFA01
 EPA/600/A-92/2S6
  Some Emerging Issues in Watershed Management-Land-
  scape  Patterns,  Species  Conservation,  and  CBmate
  Change.
   PB93?131 S22/REB                    PC AOS/MF A01
 EP A/600/A-92/2S9
   Household Exposures to  Benzene from  Showering with
  Gasotne-Contaminalad Ground Water.
   P893-131530/REB                    PC A02/MF A01
 EPA/6pO/A-92/261          	
   Appication of  IsothtNins for PretSctioos of GAG Perfoniv
   sncoi A ProSnwiwy Artsfysis.
   PB93-131555/REB                    PCA03/MFA01
                                       EPA/600/A-92/262
                                         Design for Total Organics Removal at Cincinnati.
                                         PB93-131563/REB                    PC AOS/MF A01
                                       EPA/600/A-92/263
                                         Field Experiences VOC and Pesticide Removal Using GAC
                                         Suffolk County. New York.
                                         PB93-131571/REB                    PC AOS/MF A01
                                       EPA/600/A-92/264
                                         Rebum Technology for Boiler NOx Control.
                                         PB93-131589/REB                    PC AOS/MF A01
                                       EPA/600/A-92/265
                                         Characterization of Environmental Chambers for Evaluating
                                         Microbial Growth on Building Materials.
                                         PB93-131597/REB                    PC AOS/MF A01
                                       EPA/600/A-92/267
                                         Development of Good Combustion  Practice for Municipal
                                         W&sts Comoustors.
                                         PB93-131613/REB                    PC AOS/MF A01
                                       EPA/600/A-92/268
                                         Evaluating Materials for Healthy Buildings.
                                         PB93-131621/REB                    PCA03/MFA01
                                       EP A/600/A-92/269
                                         Applications of Pulse Combustion in Industrial and Inciner-
                                         ation Processes.
                                         PB93-131639/REB                    PC AOS/MF A01
                                       EPA/600/A-92/271
                                         Emission Rates of Mercury from Latex Paints.
                                         PB93-131654/REB                    PC A02/MF A01
                                       EPA/600/A-92/273
                                         Opportunities for the Use of Geosynthetfcs in Waste Man-
                                         agement Facilities.
                                         PB93-131670/REB                    PC AOS/MF A01
                                       EPA/600/A-92/274
                                         Simulation of Nonazeotropic Refrigerant Mixtures for Use in
                                         a  Dual-Circuit Refrigerator/Freezer with  Countercurrent
                                         Heat Exchanges.
                                         PB93-1316B8/REB                    PC AOS/MF A01
                                       EP A/600/A-92/27S
                                         AckSc Gases and Aerosols  in the Eastern and Western
                                         United States.
                                         PB93-131696/REB                   PC AOS/MF A01
                                       EPA/600/A-92/277
                                         Innovative Sensing Techniques for Monitoring and Measur-
                                         ing Selected Dioxkn. Furans, and Potycydic Aromatic Hy-
                                         drocarbons In Stack Gas.
                                         PB93-131704/REB                   PC AOS/MF A01
                                       EPA/600/A-92/278
                                         Comparison of Aerosol Acidity in Urban and Semi-Rural En-
                                         vironments.
                                         PB93-131712/REB                   PCA03/MFA01
                                       EPA/600/ A-92/279
                                         Inventory of Methane Losses from the Natural Gas Indus-

                                         PB93-131720/REB                   PC AOS/MF A01
                                       EP A/600/A-92/281
                                         Effects of Repeated Ammonium Sutfate Applications on
                                         Soil Leachate Chemistry on the Femow  Experimental
                                         Forest in West Virginia. USA.
                                         PB93-135671/RE6                   PC A01/MF A01
                                       EP A/600/A-92/282
                                         Trace Organic Contaminants in Anthropogenically Acidified
                                         Surface Waters.
                                         PB93-135689/REB                   PC AOS/MF A01
                                       EPA/600/A-92/283
                                                                             PCA03/MFA01
                                        EP A/600/A-92/285
                                         Small Systems Meat Superfund Challenge with  Point-of-
                                         Entry Treatment Units.
                                         PB93-141109/REB                    PC A02/MF A01
                                        EPA/600/A-92/286
                                         Advacate-Low-Cost Process for SO2 Control.
                                         PB93-141117/REB                    PCA02/MFA01
                                        EPA/600/A-92/267
                                         Sol-Meolated  Effects of Atmospheric Deposition  on East-
                                         em U.S. Spruce-Fir Forests.
                                         PB93-141125/REB                    PCA03/MFA01
                                        EPA/600/A-92/288
                                         Characterization of Eastern U.S. Spruce-Fr Sols.
                                         PB93-141133/REB                    PCA03/MFA01
                                        EPA/600/ A-92/280
                                         Influence of Elevated CO2 and Temperature on Wetland
                                         Rico Root Oynwnics.
                                         PB93-141141/REB                    PCA02/MFA01
                                        EPA/600/ A-92/Z90
                                         Effects of CO2 and Temperature on Five Rice CuMvars.
                                         PB93-141158/REB                    PCA02/MFA01
                                        EP A/600/A-92/291
                                         Organic Acidity in Maine (U.S.A.) Lakes and in HUMEX
                                                                             PCA02/MFA01

                                        EP A/600/A-02/292
                                          Biological Sinks for Nitrogen Additions to a Forested Catch-

                                          PB93-141174/REB                    PCA02/MFA01
                                        EP A/600/A-92/293
                                          Mineral Dissolution Rates: A Comparison of Laboratory and
                                          Field Studies.
                                          PB93-141182/REB                    PCA01/MFA01
EPA/600/A-93/002
  Aerosol  Acidity Characterization  of Large  Metropolitan
  Areas: Pilot and Planning for Philadelphia.
  PB93-149177/REB                    PCA03/MFA01
EP A/600/A-93/003
  Vertical Diffusion in Small Stratified Lake: Data and Error

  PB9SM49185/REB                    PC A03/MF A01
EPA/600/A-93/004
  Biore mediation.
  PB93-149193/REB                    PC A03/MF A01
EPA/600/A-93/005
  Comparison of Ground-Water Sampling  Devices Based on
  Equilibration of Water Quality Indicator Parameters.
  PB93-149201/REB                    PC A03/MF A01
EPA/600/ A-93/006
  U.S. EPA's QA/QC Program for Waste Management Facili-
  ties. Proceedings of the GRI Seminar (6th), MQC/MQA and
  CQC/CQA of Geosynthetfcs. Held in Philadelphia, Pennsyl-
  vania on December 10-11,1992.
  PB93-149219/HEB                    PC A02/MF A01
EP A/600/A-93/007
  Potential for  Joint Research between  EPA and the U.S.

  PB93-149227/REB                    PC A03/MF A01
EPA/600/A-93/008
  Development of Genetically Enhanced Bacutovirus  Pesfi-

  PBOT-149235/RE'B                    PC A02/MF A01
EPA/600/A-93/009
  Coltection and Chemical Analysis of Lichens for BRxnonitor-

  PB93-149862/REB                    PC A03/MF A01
EPA/600/A-93/010
  Ecologically Acceptable Strategy for the Use of Genetically
  Engineered Bacutovirus Pesticides.
  PB93-149243/REB                    PC A02/MF A01
EPA/600/ A-93/011
  Uncertainties in Countrywide Forest Btomass Estimates.
  PB93-149250/REB                    PC A03/MF A01
EPA/600/ A-93/012
  Role of Soil Organic Acids in Mineral Weathering Process-

  PB93-149268/REB                    PC A04/MF A01
EPA/600/ A-93/013
  Isolation and Purification of Bacterial DMA from Soil.
  PB93-149276/REB                    PC A04/MF A01
EPA/600/A-93/OH
  Modification of Point Counts for Surveying Cropland Birds.
  PB93-156040/REB                    PC A03/MF A01
EPA/600/A-93/019
  Evaluating Point Count  versus Territory Mapping in Crop-
  land Birds.
  PB93-156057/REB                   PC A03/MF A01
EPA/600/092/006
  User's Guide to Flexible Membrane Liner Advisory Expert
  System: Flex Version 3.0.
  PB93-134872/REB                   PCA03/MFA01
EPA/600/J-92/024
  GKitamate Neurotoxicity in the Developing Rat Cochlea is
  Antagonized  by Kynurenic Acid and MK-801.
  PB9S-141349/REB                   PC A02/MF A01

EPA/600/ J-92/280
  Experimental Examination of Integrated Soil Vapor Extrac-

  PB93-131738ffliEB                   PC A03/MF A01
EPA/600/J-92/402
  Rapid Measurement of Aqueous Hydroxyf Radical Concen-
  trations in Steady-State HO Flux Systems.
  PB93-131779/REB                    PC AOS/MF A01
EPA/600/J-92/404
  Solvent Extraction Processes: A Survey of Systems in the

  re9^"l31795/REB                    PCA02/MFA01
 EPA/600/J-92/407
  Periphyton Photosynthesis as an Indicator of Effluent Toxic-
  ity: Relationship to Effects on Animal Test Species.
  PB93-131829/REB                    PC A02/MF A01
 EPA/600/J-92/408
  Comparison  of the Effects of Drilling Fluid on Macrobenthic
  Invertebrates Associated with the Seagrass, Thalassia tes-
  tudinum1, In the Laboratory and Field.            .._....
   PB93-131837/REB                    PC AOS/MF A01
 EPA/600/J-92/409
   Exact  Peak Capturing  and  Oscillation-Free Scheme to
   Solve AdvectiorvOispersion Transport Equations.
   PB93-131845/REB                    PCA03/MFA01
 EPA/600/J-92/411
   Reaction Kinetics of Ca-Based Sortjents wWi HC1.
   PB93-131860/REB                    PC A03/MF A01
 EPA/600/ J-M/412
   Techniques  for the  Fabrication of Geomembrane Filled
   Seams.                                      <
   PB93-131878/REB                    PC A03/Mr A01
 EPA/600/J-92/414
   Transformation of Carbon Tetracntoride in the Presence of
   Surfide, Btodte, and Vermiculite.            .«.,.«,.».
   PB93-13S713/REB                    PC A02/MF A01
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                                                                                                                                       EPA/600/R-92/249
EPA/600/J-92/41S
  Recent Sulfur Enrichment in the Sediments of Little Rock
  Lake, Wisconsin.
  PB93-135721 /REB                    PC A03/MF A01
EPA/600/J-92/416
  Pathogenicity of 'Salmonella pullorum'  in Northern Bob-
  white Quail and  Mallard Ducks.
  PB93-135739/REB                    PC A03/MF A01
EPA/600/J-92/417
  Environmental   Monitoring  and  Assessment  Program,
  EMAP-Surface Waters: A Northeast Lakes Pilot
  PB93-135747/REB                    PC A03/MF A01
EPA/600/J-92/418
  Comparison of  Episodic Acidification in Canada.  Europe
  and the United States.
  PB93-135754/REB                    PC A03/MF A01
EPA/600/J-92/419
  Who Will Speak for Biodiversity.
  PB93-135762/REB                    PC A01/MF A01
EPA/600/J-92/420
  Quantification of Nttro-  and Hydroxylated Nitro-Aromatic/
  Polycydic Aromatic Hydrocarbons  in Selected Ambient Air
  Daytime Winter Samples.
  PB93-141190/REB                    PC A03/MF A01
EPA/600/J-92/421
  Generation of Mutagenic Transformation Products during
  the Irradiation of Simulated Urban Atmospheres.
  PB93-141208/HEB                    PCA03/MFA01
EPA/600/J-92/422
  V(D)J Recombinase-Mediated Deletion of the 'hprt'  Gene in
  T-Lymphocytes from Adult Humans.
  PB93-141216/REB                    PCA02/MFA01
EPA/600/J-92/423
  Large Deletions are Tolerated at the 'hprt' Locus of In vivo
  Derived Human  T-Lymphocytes.
  PB93-141224/REB                    PC A02/MF A01
EPA/600/J-92/424
  Attenuation of Alcohol Consumption by MDMA (Ecstasy) in
  Two Strains of Alcohol-Preferring Rats.
  PB93-141232/REB                    PC A02/MF A01
EPA/600/J-92/425
  Subacute Ethanol Consumption Reverses p-Xylene-lnduced
  Decreases in Axonal Transport
  PB93-141240/REB                    PC A03/MF A01
EPA/600/J-92/426
  Synergistic and Antagonistic Effects on Genotoxicity of
  Chemicals Commonly Found in Hazardous Waste Sites.
  PB93-141257/REB                    PC A02/MF A01
EPA/600/J-92/427
  Paraoxon Toxicity Is Not Potentiated by Prior Reduction in
  Blood Acetyjcnol'nesterase.
  PB93-141265/REB                    PC A02/MF A01
EPA/600/J-92/428
  Photo-Oxidation of Automobile  Emissions:  Measurements
  of the Transformation Products and Their Mutagenic Actrvi-

  PB93-141273/REB                    PC A03/MF A01
EPA/600/J-92/429
  Direct Effects of Ethane Dimethanesulphonate on  Epididy-
  mal Function in  Adult Rats. An In vitro Demonstration.
  PB93-141281/REB                    PC A03/MF A01
EPA/600/J-92/430
  Improved Method for Screening cDNA Expression Libraries
  for DMA-Binding Proteins.
  PB93-141299/REB                    PC A01/MF A01
EPA/600/,1-92/431
  Review of the Literature on Potential Reproductive  and De-
  velopmental Toxicity of Electric and Magnetic Fields.
  PB93-141307/REB                    PC A03/MF A01
EPA/600/J-92/432
  Olfactory Evoked Responses to Odorous Stimuli of Differ-
  ent Intensities.
  PB93-141315/REB                    PC A02/MF A01
EPA/600/J-92/433
  Effect of a Base-Catalyzed Dechlorinatton Process on  the
  Genotoxicity of PCB-Contaminated Soil.
  PB93-141323/REB                    PC A02/MF A01
EPA/600/J-92/434
  Health  Effects  of Arsenic  in Drinking  Water Research
  Needs.
  PB93-141331/REB                    PCA02/MFA01
EPA/600/J-92/436
  Dermal Absorption ol Chemicals:  Effect of Application of
  Chemicals as a Solid,  Aqueous Paste, Suspension, or in
  Volatile Vehicle.
  PB93-141356/REB                    PC A03/MF A01
EP A/600/J-92/437
  Analysis of X-ray-Induced HPRT Mutations in CHO Cells:
  Insertion and Deletions.
  PB93-141364/REB                    PC A03/MF A01
EPA/600/J-92/438
  DNA Adducts and Induction of Sister Chromatid Exchanges
  in the Rat Following Benzo(b)-Fluoranthene Administration.
  PB93-141372/REB                    PC A02/MF A01
EPA/600/J-92/439
  Application of the Tradescantia mJcronucleus' Assay for
  the Genetic Evaluation of Chemical Mixtures in  Soil and
  Aqueous Media.
  PB93-141380/REB                    PC A02/MF A01
EPA/600/J-92/440
  PCR Primers Specific for Detection of a Rat Repetitive Se-
       141398/REB
                                      PC A01/MF A01
EPA/600/J-92/441
  Behavioral  Development  Following  Daily  Episodes  of
  Mother-Infant Separation in the Rat.
  PB93-141406/REB                    PCA01/MFA01
EPA/600/J-92/442
  Mechanisms of TCDD-lnducfon  of Cleft Palate: Insights
  from In vivo and In vitro Approaches.
  PB93-141414/REB                    PC A02/MF A01
EPA/600/J-92/443
  Hepatotoxic  Interactions of Ethanol  with Allyl  Alcohol or
  Carbon Tetrachkxide in Rats.
  PB93-141422/REB                    PC A03/MF A01
EPA/600/J-92/444
  Correlation between Chemical Suppression of Natural Killer
  Cell Activity in Mice and Susceptibility to Cytomegalovirus:
  Rationale for Applying Murine Cytomegalovirus as a Host
  Resistance Model and for Interpreting Immunotoxicity Test-
  ing in Terms of Risk of Disease.
  PB93-141430/REB                    PC A03/MF A01
EPA/600/J-92/445
  Micronuctei  and  Other  Nuclear Anomalies  in  Buocal
  Smears: A Field Test in Snuff Users.
  PB93-141448/REB                    PCA03/MFA01
EPA/600/J-92/446
  Micronudei  and  Other  Nuclear Anomalies  in  Buccal
  Smears: Methods Development
  PB93-141455/REB                    PCA03/MFA01
EPA/600/J-92/447
  Application of a Wheat Seedling Assay for Detecting Aneu-
  ploidy Induced by N-Ethyl-N-Nitrosourea and 4-Nitroquino-
  line-1-Oxide.
  PB93-141463/REB                    PC A02/MF A01
EPA/600/J-92/448
  In vitro Mammalian Mutagenesis as a Model for Genetic
  Lesions in Human Cancer.
  PB93-141471/REB                    PCA02/MFA01
EPA/600/J-92/449
  Mutagenicity of Organic Emissions from Unvented Kero-
  sene Heaters in a Chamber Study.
  PB93-1414B9/REB                    PCA03/MFA01
EPA/600/J-92/450
  Applied Geologic,  Microbiological, and  Engineering Con-
  straints of In-situ BTEX Bioremediation.
  PB93-141513/REB                    PCA03/MFA01
EPA/600/J-92/451
  Cell Density and Non-Equilibrium Sorption Effects on Bacte-
  rial Dispersal in Groundwater Microcosms.
  PB93-141505/REB                    PC A03/MF A01
EPA/600/J-92/452
  BiosorpBon of Dtchkxodiphenyltrichloroethane and Hexach-
  lorobenzene in Groundwater and  Its Implications for Facili-
  tated Transport
  PB93-141497/REB                    PC A02/MF A01
EPA/600/J-92/453
  Chemistry of Dissolved Organic Carbon and Organic Acids
  in Two Streams Draining Forested Watersheds.
  PB93-141521/REB                    PCA02/MFA01
EPA/600/J-92/454
  Kinetics  of Chemical Weathering in B  Horizon Spodosol
  Fraction.
  PB93-141539/REB                    PC A02/MF A01
EPA/600/J-92/455
  Recovery of the  Highly Acidified Qearwater Lake  Water-
  shed, Ontario, Canada, Simulated with the IL WAS Model.
  PB93-141547/REB                    PC A03/MF A01
EPA/600/J-92/456
  Air-Drying and Pretreatment Effects  on  Soil  Sulfate Sorp-
  bon.
  PB93-141554/REB                    PCA02/MFA01
EPA/600/J-92/457
  Stable  Sulfur  Isotopes of  Sulfate  in  Precipitation  and
  Stream Solutions in a Northern Hardwood Watershed.
  PB93-141562/REB                    PC A02/MF A01
EPA/600/J-92/458
  Characterizing the Distribution of Observed  Precipitation
  and Runoff over the Continental United States.
  PB93-141S70/REB                    PC A03/MF A01
EPA/600/J-93/001
  Characterization of Organic Emission from a Wood  Finish-
  ing Product-Wood Stain.
  PB93-150100/REB                    PC A02/MF A01
EPA/600/J-93/002
  Pilot-Scale Eviauation of an Incinerability Ranking System
  for Hazardous Organic Compounds.
  PB93-150118/REB                    PC A02/MF A01
EPA/600/J093/003
  Comparative Resistance of  'Escherichia coli' and Entero-
  cocci to Chlorination.
  PB93-150126/REB                    PC A03/MF A01
EPA/600/0-93/004
  Removal of Beryllium from Drinking Water by Chemical Co-
  agulation and Lime Softening.
  PB93-150134/REB                    PC A03/MF A01
EPA/600/J-93/005
  Surfactants and Subsurface Remediation.
  PB93-149854/REB                    PC A02/MF A01
EP A/600/J-93/006
  Extraction and Recovery of Lead  Species from Soil.
  PB93-150142/REB                    PC A02/MF A01
EPA/600/J-93/007
  Control Technology: 1992 Update of U.S. EPA's Superfund
  Innovative Technology Evaluation (SITE)  Emerging Tech-
  nology Program.
  PB93-150159/REB                   PC A03/MF A01
EPA/600/J-93/008
  Role of Nitrate in the Acidification of Streams in the Catskill
  Mountains of New York.
  PB93-150167/REB                   PC A03/MF A01
EPA/600/ J-93/011
  Sorption  of Toxic Organic  Compounds  on Wastewater
  Solids: Mechanism and Modeling.
  PB93-150191/REB                   PC A02/MF A01
EPA/600/M-91/031
  Hazardous Waste Management
  PB93-116135/REB                   PC A03/MF A01
EPA/600/R-92/131
  Novel Approach for Gathering Data on Solvent Cleaning.
  PB93-142115/REB                   PC A02/MF A01
EPA/600/R-92/194A
  Global Ecosystems Database. Version  1.0  (on CD-ROM).
  EPA Global  Climate  Research Program.  NOAA/NGDC
  Global Change Database Program. User's Guide. Volume 1.
  NGDC Key to Geophysical Records Documentation No. 26.
  PB93-146082/REB                   PC A07/MF A02
EPA/600/R-92/194B
  Global Ecosystems Database. Version  1.0  (on CD-ROM).
  EPA Global  Climate  Research Program.  NOAA/NGDC
  Global Change Database Program. Documentation Manual,
  DISC-A.  Volume 1.  NGDC  Key to Geophysical  Records
  Documentation No. 27.
  PB93-146090/REB                   PCA11/MFA03
EPA/600/R-92/208
  Volatile Organic Sampling Train Soot Interference Report
  PB93-144145/REB                   PC A04/MF A01
EPA/600/R-92/210
  Arctic Contaminants Research Program: Research Plan.
  PB93-135630/REB                   PC A04/MF A02
EPA/600/R-92/214
  Development of Size-Specific Data from Partculate Control
  Technology Research Reports.
  PB93-131456/REB                   PC A03/MF A01
EPA/600/R-92/222
  Atmospheric Chemistry and  Physical Fate of HCFCs  and
  HFCs and Their Degradation  Products.
  PB93-131449/REB                   PC A03/MF A01
EPA/600/R-92/229
  Habitat Quality Assessment of  Two Wetland Treatment
  Systems in Mississippi: A Pilot Study.
  PB93-135614/REB                   PC A06/MF A02
EPA/600/R-92/230
  Quality Assurance Field Operations Report for the Pilot
  Study  Evaluating the Habitat Value of  Wetland Treatment
  Systems.
  PB93-134682/REB                    PC A04/MF A01
EPA/600/R-92/231
  Quality Assurance Plan for 1991 Pilot Study  of the Ecologi-
  cal  Condition of Municipal  Wastewater Constructed Wet-
  land Treatment Systems.
  PB93-134674/REB                    PC A05/MF A01
EPA/600/R-92/238
  Investigation of Inappropriate Pollutant Entries  into Storm
  Drainage Systems: A User's Guide.
  PB93-131472/REB                    PCA05/MFA02
EPA/600/R-92/239
  Revised Emissions Estimation Methodologies for Industrial,
  Residential,  and Electric  Utility Stationary  Combustion
  Sources.
  PB93-135663/REB                    PC A07/MF A02
EPA/600/R-92/240
  Pilot-Scale Incineration of Contaminated Sludges  from the
  Bofors-Nobel Superfund Site.
  PB93-141034/REB                    PC A17/MF A03
EPA/600/R-92/241
  Effects of UV-B and Global  Climate Change on Rice: First
  Annual Program Progress Report.
  PB93-135622/REB                    PC A05/MF A01
EPA/600/R-92/242
  Evaluation of  Nitrogen Oxide  Emissions Data from TVA
  Coal-Fired Boilers.
  PB93-138865/REB                    PC A06/MF A02
EPA/600/R-92/243
  Relationship between Water Temperatures and Air Tem-
  peratures for Central U.S. Streams.
  PB93-135655/REB                    PC A07/MF A02
EPA/600/R-92/244
  Water Temperature  Characteristics of  Lakes Subjected to
  Climate Change.
  PB93-135648/HEB                    PC A09/MF A02
EPA/600/R-92/245
  Life-Cycle Assessment Inventory Guidelines and Principles.
  PB93-139681 /REB                    PC A07/MF A02
EPA/600/R-92/247
  LNAPL Distribution  and Hydrocarbon  Vapor Transport in
  the Capillary Fringe.
  PB93-157550/REB                    PCA07/MFA02
EPA/600/R-92/249
  Process for Regional Assessment of Wetland Risk.
  PB93-146793/REB                    PC A09/MF A02
                                                                                                                                     June 1993
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EPA/600/R-92/2S1
  On-Site  Waste  Ink  Recycling:  Technology  Evaluation
  Report.
  PB93-141026/REB                   PC A04/MF A01
EPA/600/R-93/004
  Evaluation of POHC and PIC Screening Methods.
  PB93-144137/REB                   PCA04/MFA01
EPA/600/H-93/006
  Analysis of Acid Precipitation Samples Collected by State
  Agencies. Sampling Period: January-December 1990.
  PB93-144152/REB                   PC A12/MF A03
EPA/600/R43/008
  Pollution Prevention Opportunity Assessment USOA Belts-
  vile Agricultural Research Center.
  PB93-146843/REB                   PC A04/MF A01
EPA/600/R43/009
  Advanced InsuteSora for Refrigerator/Freezers: The Poten-
  tial  for New She! Design Incorporating  Polymer Barrier
  Construction.
  PB93-146991/REB             '      PCA03/MFA01
EPA/600/R43/014
  Methods for Analyzing Extreme  Events Under Climate
  Change.
  PB83-146827/REB                   PC A03/MF A01
EPA/600/R43/01SA
  Potation Prevention Opportunity Assessment Manufactur-
  Ing  and Fabrication Repair Laboratory at Sandfe National

  PB93-146868/REB                   PC A03/MF A01
EPA/600/R43/01SB
  Pollution Prevention Opportunity Assessment Geochemis-
                  xSa National Laboratories.
                                     PCA03/MFA01
EPA/800/R43/019
  Characterization of PM-10 Emissions from Antiskid Materi-
  ab Appfced to tee- and Snow-Covered Roadways.
  PB93-150209/REB                   PC AOS/MF A01
EPA/COO/R43/022
  DNAPL Site Evaluation.
  PB93-150217/REB                   PC A16/MF A03
EPA/600/H43/023
  Episodte Response Project-Northern Appalachian Plateau:
  Site Description and Methodology.
  PB93-149755/REB
EPA/6OO/R43/024
  Watershed Msnputat.
                                     PC A04/MF A01
ct Field Implementation Plan

           PC A04/MF A01
  tor 1990-1992.
  PB93-149748/REB
EPA/WO/S42/024
  Construction, Monitonng,  and Performance of Two Soi
  Uners. Protect Summary.
  PB93-157923/REB                   PC A02/MF Ml
EPA/«20/R42/002
  QuaHy Assurance Project Plan:  1991  EMAP Wetlands
  Southeastern Plot Study.
  PB93-141067/REB                   PC A11/MF A03
EPA/630/R42/003
  Report of the  Neurotoxicity Risk  Assessment Guidelines
  Peer Review Workshop. Held in Washington, DC. on June
  2-3 1992.
  PB93-146918/REB                   PC AOS/MF A02
EPA/744VR43/001
  Dotoiiiination of Rates of Reaction In the Gas-Phase in the
  Troposphere. Theory and Practice. 5. Rate of Indtect Pho-

  PB93-149334/REB                   PCA08/MFA02
EPA/810/R42/001
  EPA's Ground Water and Drinking Water Program: Making
  a Difference.
  PB93-136612/HEB                   PC A03/MF A01
EPA/811/8-92/001
  Water Treatment Plant Simulation Program, Version 1.21,
  User's ManuaL
  PB93-134848/REB                   PCA06/MFA02
EPA/S11/P42/001
  Draft Ground-Water Disinfection Rule.
  PB93-1343S1 /REB                   PC AOS/MF A01
EPA/811/R42/001
  Simulation of Raw Water and Treatment Parameters in
  Support of the  DMnfecltoo By-Products Regulatory Impact
  Analysis.
  PB93-134401/REB                   PCA03/MFA01
EPA/811/R42/002
  Simulation of GompBanoa Choices for the DmnfObfa*! By-
  products Regulatory Impact Analysis.
  PB93-134385/REB                   PC AOS/MF A01
EPA/811/R42/003	                   ,^^__
  Oocwrenott AsMmiwnt for DisinfecUtfits and Dtsinfoction
  By-Products (Phase 6a) in Pubic Drinking Water.
  PB93-134377/REB                   PC A04/MF A01
EPA/811/B42/004
  Status Report on Analytical Methods to Support the Disin-
  fectant/Olslnteclion By-Products Regulation.
  PB93-134898/REB                   PC AO3/MF A01
EPA/811/R42/OOS
  Framework for Decision Making: An EPA Perspective.
  PB93-134369/REB                   PC AOS/MF A01
EPA/811/R42/OOS
  Status Report on the Dovdopmant of Draft MCLGs tor Dis-
  Mectanta and By-Products.
  PB93-134906/REB                   PC AOS/MF A01
EPA/811/R-92/007
  Simulation of Microbial Occurrence, Exposure and Health
  Risks after Drinking Water Treatment Processes.
  PB93-134393/REB                    PC AOS/MF A02
EPA/811/R-92/008
  Analysis of Potential Trade-Offs in Regulation of Disinfec-
  tion By-Products.
  PB93-134344/REB                    PC A07/MF A02
EPA/811/S-92/001
  Use of Microbial Risk Assessment in Setting U.S. Drinking
  Water Standards.
  PB93-134930/REB                    PC A03/MF A01
EPA/811/S-92/002
  Technologies and Costs for Control of Disinfection By-Prod-
  ucts: Executive Summary.
  PB93-134922/REB                    PCA03/MFA01
EPA/814/B42/002
  Manual tor the Certification of Laboratories Analyzing Drink-
  ing Water. Criteria and Procedures Quality Assurance (Third
  Edition).
  PB93-145688/REB                    PCA03/MFA01
EPA/820/B42/002
  Publications Office of Science and Technology: Catalog.
  PB93-152577/REB                    PC AOS/MF A02
EPA/821/B-92/001
  Environmental Monitoring Methods Index. Version 1.0 Soft-
  ware. User's Manual.
  P892-169648/REB                    PC AOS/MF A02
EPA/I21/R-92/007
  Proceedings of the Annual EPA Conference on Analysis of
  Pollutants in the Environment (15th). Held In Norfolk, Virgin-
  ia on May 6-7,1992.
  PB93-152601 /REB                    PC A99/MF AOS
EPA/823/R-92/004
  Technical Guidance Manual for Performing Waste Load Al-
  locations. Book 3: Estuaries. Part 3. Use of Mixing Zone
  Models in Estuarine Waste Load Allocations.
  PB93-145704/REB                    PC A03/MF A01
EPA/823/R42/005
  Technical Guidance Manual for Performing Waste Load Al-
  locations. Book 3:  Estuaries. Part 4: Critical Review of
  Coastal Embayment and Estuarine Waste Load Allocation
  Modeling.
  PB93-144202/REB                    PC AOS/MF A01
EPA/823/R42/009
  Proceedkns of the  National Conference (3rd): Water Qual-
  ity Standards for the  21st Century. Held  in Las Vegas,
  Nevada on August 31-September 3,1992.
  PB93-144210/REB                    PC A16/MF A03
EPA/823/R-93/001
  Proceedings: Tiered Testing  Issues for Freshwater  and
  Marine Secbnents. Held in Washington. DC. on September
  16-18,1992.
  PB93-152619/REB                    PC A22/MF ACM
EPA/832/B-92/001
  Municipal Water Pollution Prevention  BbHography: 1992.
  the Year of Clean Water. Celebration and Commitment
  PB93-1410B3/REB                    PCA03/MFA01
EPA/905/9-89/003
  Proceedtas of the National  Workshop on Biological Criteria
  (1st). Held in Uncolnwood, Illinois on December 2-4,1987.
  PB93-143717/REB                    PC A07/MF A02
EPA/905/9-89/0087
  Proceedings of the 1989 Midwest Pollution Control Biolo-
  gists Meeting.  Held in Chicago. Illinois on February 14-17,
  1989
  PB93-143691 /REB                    PC A08/MF A02
EPA/905/9-91/010
  Cost Effective Com and Soybean Production Without Til-
  age: Fact or Fiction (May 1988).
  P&93-15756B/REB                    PCA03/MFA01
EPA/905/9-91/025
  Development of Index of Btotfc Integrity Expectations for
  the Ecoregions of Indfena. I. Central Com Belt Plain.
  PB93-149383/REB                    PC A06/MF A02
EPA/905/R-92/003
  Proceedkigs of the Midwest Pollution Control Biologists
  Meeting, 1991. Environmental Indicators: Measurement and
  Assessment EndpoMs. Held in Uncolnwood.  Illinois on
  March 19-22,1991.
  PB93-145712/REB                   PCA08/MFA02
EPA/910/942/012
  Restoration of the Salmon River Salt Marshes: Retrospect
  &nd ProspocL
  PB93-143TO9/REB                   PCA08/MFA02
EPA/910/942/019
  Guideines for Developing  Risk-Based Cleanup Levels  at
  RCRA Sites in Region 10.
  PB93-145662/REB                   PC A04/MF A01
EPA/910/9-92/027
  Pollution Prevention  Opportunity Assessment and Imple-
  mentation  Plan. For  Simpson  Tacoma  Kraft Company.
  Tacoma. Washington.
  PB93-145670/REB                   PC AOS/MF A01
EPA/910/942/028
  dean Water Act (Section 319): An Evaluation of  Program
  Implementation in Region 10.
  PB93-145654/REB                   PC AOS/MF A01
EPA/910/942/030
  Model Pollution Prevention Plan for the Kraft Segment of
  the Pulp and Paper Industry.
  PB93-145605/REB                   PC A04/MF A01
EPA/910/9-92/031
  Pollution Prevention for the Kraft Pulp and Paper Industry.
  PB93-145613/REB                    PC A04/MF A01
EPA/910/942/033
  Restoration Potential of Diked Estuarine Wetlands in Wash-
  ington and Oregon. Phase  2: Identification  of Candidate
  Sites in Puget Sound.
  PB93-145597/REB                    PC A04/MF A01
GL-011/91
  Cost Effective Com and Soybean Production Without Till-
  age: Fact or Fiction (May 1988).
  PB93-1 57568/REB                    PC A03/MF A01
IEPA/WPC/92-114
  Effects of  Livestock  Wastes  on Small Illinois Streams:
  Lower Kaskaskia River Basin and  Upper Little Wabash
  River Basins, Summer 1991.
  PB93-144277/REB                    PC A07/MF A02
IEPA/WPC/92-220
  Illinois Water Quality Management Plan.
  PB93-1 38451 /REB                    PC A07/MF A02
NPS-D-752
  Annual Report of National Park  Marine Debris Monitoring
  Program: 1991  Marine Debris Surveys with  Summary of
  Data from 1988 to 1991.
  PB93-1325B7/REB                    PCA04/MFA01
NPS/NRWV/NRTR42/10
  Annual Report of National Park  Marine Debris Monitoring
  Program: 1991  Marine Debris Surveys with  Summary of
  Data from 1988 to 1991.
  PB93-1 32587/REB                    PC A04/MF A01
OSWER-9200.0-03F
  OSWER Superfund Telephone Directory.
  PB92-963289/REB                    PC A03/MF A01
OSWER-9200.1-12-3
  Superfund Progress: Fall/Winter 1992.
  PB93-963254/REB                    PCA03/MFA01
OSWER4200.1-12C
  Superfund Progress.  Aficionado's Version. Progress as of

  PB93*963255/R1EB2'                  PCA03/MFA01
OSWER42003-01H-3
  Highlights:  Superfund Program Management Fiscal Year
  1993
  PB93-963261 /REB                   PC A03/MF A01
OSWER42005-216I-VOL-7-NO-2
  Superfund Records of Decision Update. Volume 7,  Number
  2, November 1992.
  PB93-963256/REB                   PC A02/MF A01
OSWER-9203.1-02I-VOL-1-NO-4
  Superfund Accelerated Cleanup Model (SACM).  Volume 1,
  Number 4, November 1992.
  PB92-963287/REB                   PC A01/MF A01
OSWER4203.143
  Guidance on  Implementation of the Superfund Accelerated
  Cleanup Model (SACM) under CERCLA and the NCP.
  PB93-963252/REB                   PC A03/MF A01
OSWER4203.1-03A
  Exercising  Flexibility  through  the Superfund Accelerated
  Cleanup Model (SACM).
  PB93^63253/REB                   PCA01/MFA01
OSWER4242.6-12
  Mentor-Protege Program.
  PB93-963251 /REB                   PC A02/MF A01
OSWER4345.147
  Hazard Ranking System Guidance Manual.
  PB92-963377/REB                   PC A22/MF A04
P-536
  Economic Impacts of RCRA Regulations on the Plating and
  Polishing Industry.
  PB93-158988/REB                   PCA07/MFA02
PB92-131374/REB
  Index to the Monthly Hotline Report Questions (June 1982

  PB92-131374/REB'                   PC A07/MF A02
PB92-169648/REB
  Environmental Monitoring Methods Index. Version 1.0 Soft-
  ware. User's Manual.
  PB92-169648/REB                   PC A06/MF A02
PB92463287/REB
  Superfund Accelerated Cleanup  Model  (SACM).  Volume 1.
  Number 4, November 1992.
  PB92-963287/REB                   PC A01/MF A01
PB92483289/REB
  OSWER Superfund Telephone Directory.
  PB92-963289/RE8                   PC A03/MF A01
PB92463377/REB
  Hazard Ranking System Guidance ManuaL
  PB92-963377/RE6                    PCA22/MFA04
PB92463618/REB
  Superfund at Work: Hazardous Waste Cleanup Efforts  Na-
  tionwide,  Fall 1992. (Valley of the  Drums,  BulUtt County,
                                                                                                                       PCAW/MFAOI
                                                                                  PB92463627/REB
                                                                                    Superfund at Work: Hazardous Waste Cleanup Efforts Na-
                                                                                    tionwide,  Fall 1992.  (American Thermostat Corporation,

                                                                                    re92463627/REB                   PCA02/MFA01
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                                                                                                                                      PB93-135754/REB
PB92-963628/REB
  Superfund at Worte Hazardous Waste Cleanup Efforts Na-
  tionwide, Fall 1992. (Wide Beach Section of Brant New
  York).
  PB92-963628/REB                   PC A02/MF A01
PB92-963629/REB
  Superfund at Work: Hazardous Waste Cleanup Efforts Na-
  tionwide, Fall 1992. (Krysowaty Farm,  Hillsborough, New
  Jersey).
  PB92-963629/REB                   PC A02/MF A01
PB92-963630/REB
  Superfund at Woric Hazardous Waste Cleanup Efforts Na-
  tionwide, Fall 1992. (Ciba-Geigy Corporation, Mclntosh, Ala-
  bama).
  PB92-963630/REB                   PC A02/MF A01
PB93-100345/REB
  RED Facts: Ettiylene.
  PB93-100345/REB                   PCA02/MFA01
PB93-115822/REB
  Delineation  of  Wellhead  Protection Areas in  Fractured
  Rocks.
  PB93-115822/REB                   PC A08/MF A02
PB93-115B97/REB
  Technical Assistance Document Corrosion, Its  Detection
  and Control in Injection Wells.
  PB93-115897/REB                   PC A04/MF A01
PB93-116135/REB
  Hazardous Waste Management
  PB93-116135/REB                   PC A03/MF A01
PB93-131431/REB
  SfTE-Ememing Technologies: Laser Induced Photochemical
  Oxidative Destruction of Toxic Organics in Leachates and
  Groundwaters.
  PB93-131431/REB                   PCA04/MFA01
PB93-131449/REB
  Atmospheric Chemistry and  Physical Fate of HCFCs and
  MFCs and Their Degradation Products.
  PB93-131449/REB                   PC A03/MF A01
PB93-131456/REB
  Development of Size-Specific Data from Paniculate Control
  Technology Research Reports.
  PB93-131456/REB                   PC A03/MF A01
PB93-131464/REB
  Evaluation of Source Term Initial Conditions for Modeling
  Leachate Migration from Landfills.
  PB93-131464/REB                   PC A04/MF A01
PB93-131472/REB
  Investigation of Inappropriate Pollutant Entries into Storm
  Drainage Systems: A User's Guide.
  PB93-131472/REB                   PC AOS/MF A02
PB93-1314SO/REB
  Behavior of Metals in Soils.
  PB93-131480/REB                   PC A03/MF A01
PB93-131498/REB
  Guidelines for Estimating and Applying Rule Effectiveness
  for Ozone CO State Implementation Plan Base Year Inven-
  tories.
  PB93-131498/REB                   PC AOS/MF A01
PB93-131514/REB
  Column  Vapor  Extraction Experiments on  Gasoline Con-
  taminated Soil.
  PB93-131S14/REB                   PC A03/MF A01
PB93-131522/REB
  Some Emerging Issues 'm Watershed  Management-Land-
  scape   Patterns,   Species  Conservation,   and  Climate
  Change.
  PB93-131522/REB                   PC A03/MF A01
PB93-131530/REB
  Household Exposures to Benzene from  Showering with
  Gasoline-Contaminated Ground Water.
  PB93-131530/REB                   PC A02/MF A01
PB93-131555/REB
  Application of Isotherms for Predictions of GAC Perform-
  ance: A Preliminary Analysis.
  PB93-131555/REB                    PC A03/MF A01
PB93-131S63/REB
  Design for Total Organics Removal at Cincinnati.
  PB93-131563/REB                    PC A03/MF A01
PB93-131S71/HEB
  Field Experiences VOC and Pesticide Removal Using GAC
  Suffolk County, New York.
  PB93-131571/REB                    PCA03/MFA01
PB93-131S89/REB
  Reborn Technology for Boiler NOx Control.
  PB93-1315B9/REB                    PC A03/MF A01
PB93-131S97/REB
  Characterization of Environmental Chambers for  Evaluating
  Microbial Growth on Building Materials.
  PB93-131597/REB                    PC A03/MF A01
PB93-131613/REB
  Development of Good Combustion Practice for Municipal
  Waste Combustors.
  PB93-131613/REB                    PC A03/MF A01
PB93-131621/REB
  Evaluating Materials for Healthy Buildings.
  PB93-131621/REB                    PC A03/MF A01
PB93-131639/REB
  Applications of Pulse Combustion in Industrial and Inciner-
  ation Processes.
  PB93-131639/REB                    PC A03/MF A01
 PB93-131654/REB
  Emission Rates of Mercury from Latex Paints.
  PB93-131654/REB                    PC A02/MF A01
 PB93-131670/REB
  Opportunities for the Use of Geosynthetics in Waste Man-
  agement Facilities.
  PB93-131670/REB                    PC A03/MF A01
 PB93-131688/REB
  Simulation of Nonazeotropic Refrigerant Mixtures for Use in
  a  Dual-Circuit  Refrigerator/Freezer with Countercurrent
  Heat Exchanges.
  PB93-131688/REB                    PC A03/MF A01
 PB93-131696/REB
  Acidic Gases and Aerosols in the Eastern  and  Western
  United States.
  PB93-131696/REB                    PC A03/MF A01
 PB93-131704/REB
  Innovative Sensing Techniques for Monitoring and Measur-
  ing Selected Dtoxins, Furans, and Polycyclic Aromatic Hy-
  drocarbons in Stack Gas.
  PB93-131704/REB                    PC A03/MF A01
 PB93-131712/REB
  Comparison of Aerosol Acidity in Urban and Semi-Rural En-
  vironments.
.  PB93-131712/REB                    PCA03/MFA01
 PB93-131720/REB
  Inventory of Methane Losses from the Natural  Gas Indus-
  try.
  PB93-131720/REB                    PC A03/MF A01
 PB93-131738/REB
  Experimental Examination of Integrated Soil Vapor Extrac-
  tion Techniques.
  PB93-131738/REB                    PC A03/MF A01
 PB93-131779/REB
  Rapid Measurement of Aqueous Hydroxyl Radical Concen-
  trations in Steady-State HO Flux Systems.
  PB93-131779/REB                    PC A03/MF A01
 PB93-131795/REB
  Solvent  Extraction Processes: A Survey of Systems in the
  SITE Program.
  PB93-13f795/REB                    PC A02/MF A01
 PB93-131829/REB
  Periphyton Photosynthesis as an Indicator of Effluent Toxte-
  ity: Relationship to Effects on Animal Test Species.
  PB93-131829/REB                    PC A02/MF A01
 PB93-131837/REB
  Comparison of the Effects of Drilling Fluid on Macrobenthic
  Invertebrates Associated with the Seagrass, Thalassia tes-
  tudinum', in the Laboratory and Field.
  PB93-131837/REB                    PC A03/MF A01
 PB93-131845/REB
  Exact Peak Capturing  and  Oscillation-Free Scheme to
  Solve Advectkm-Dispersiori Transport Equations.
  PB93-131845/REB                    PC A03/MF A01
 PB93-131860/REB
  Reaction Kinetics of Ca-Based Sorbents with HC1.
  PB93-131860/REB                    PC A03/MF A01
 PB93-131878/REB
  Techniques for the Fabrication  of Geomembrane Riled
  Seams.
  PB93-131878/REB                    PC A03/MF A01
 PB93-132587/REB
  Annual  Report of National Park  Marine Debris Monitoring
  Program: 1991 Marine Debris Surveys with Summary of
  Data from 1988 to 1991.
  PB93-132587/REB                    PC A04/MF A01
 PB93-133387/REB
  Innovative Treatment Technologies:  Semi-Annual  Status
  Report (Fourth Edition).
  PB93-133387/REB                   PC AOS/MF A01
 PB93-134096/REB
  Methods for Assessing Exposure to Chemical Substances.
  Volume 11.  Methodology for  Estimating the Migration of
  Additives and Impurities from Polymeric Materials.
  PB93-134096/REB                   PC A09/MF A02
 PB93-134344/REB
  Analysis of Potential Trade-Offs  in Regulation  of Disinfec-
  tion By-Products.
  PB93-134344/REB                   PC A07/MF A02
 PB93-134351/REB
  Draft Ground-Water Disinfection Rule.
  PB93-1343S1 /REB                   PC AOS/MF A01
 PB93-134369/REB
  Framework for Decision Making: An EPA Perspective.
  PB93-134369/REB                   PC AOS/MF A01
 PB83-134377/REB
  Occurrence Assessment for Disinfectants and  Disinfection
  By-Products (Phase 6a) in Public Drinking Water.
  PB93-134377/REB                   PC A04/MF A01
 PB93-13438S/REB
  Simulation of Compliance Choices for the Disinfection By-
  products Regulatory Impact Analysis.
  PB93-13438S/REB                   PC A03/MF A01
 PB93-134393/REB
  Simulation of Microbial Occurrence, Exposure and Health
  Risks after Drinking Water Treatment Processes.
  PB93-134393/REB                   PC AOS/MF A02
 PB93-134401/REB
  Simulation of  Raw Water and  Treatment Parameters  in
  Support of the Disinfection By-Products Regulatory Impact
  Analysis.
  PB93-134401 /REB                   PC A03/MF A01
PB93-134419/REB
  Respiratory  Health Effects  of  Passive  Smoking:  Lung
  Cancer and Other Disorders.
  PB93-134419/REB                  PCS29.00/MF A04
PB93-134674/REB
  Quality Assurance Plan for 1991 Pilot Study of the Ecologi-
  cal Condition of Municipal Wastewater Constructed Wet-
  land Treatment Systems.
  PB93-134674/REB                    PC AOS/MF A01
PB93-134682/REB
  Quality Assurance Field  Operations Report for the Riot
  Study Evaluating the Habitat Value of Wetland Treatment
  Systems.
  PB93-134682/REB                    PC A04/MF A01
PB93-134872/REB
  User's Guide to Flexible  Membrane Liner Advisory Expert
  System: Flex Version 3.0.
  PB93-134872/REB                    PC A03/MF A01
PB93-134898/REB
  Status Report on Analytical Methods to Support the Disin-
  fectant/Disinfection By-Products Regulation.
  PB93-134898/REB                    PC A03/MF A01
PB93-134906/REB
  Status Report on the Development of Draft MCLGs for Dis-
  infectants and By-Products.
  PB93-134906/REB                    PC AOS/MF A01
PB93-134914/REB
  Status Report on Development of Regulations for Disinfect-
  ants and Disinfection By-products.
  PB93-134914/REB                    PC A03/MF A01
PB93-134922/REB
  Technologies and Costs for Control of Disinfection By-Prod-
  ucts: Executive Summary.
  PB93-134922/REB                    PC A03/MF A01
PB93-134930/REB
  Use of Microbial Risk Assessment in Setting U.S. Drinking
  Water Standards.
  PB93-134930/REB                    PC A03/MF A01
PB93-134948/REB
  Water Treatment Plant Simulation Program, Version 1.21,
  User's Manual.
  PB93-134948/REB                    PC A06/MF A02
PB93-135614/REB
  Habitat Quality Assessment of Two  Wetland  Treatment
  Systems in Mississippi: A  Pilot Study.
  PB93-135614/REB                    PC A06/MF A02
PB93-135622/REB
  Effects of UV-B and Global Climate Change on Rice: First
  Annual Program Progress Report.
  PB93-13S622/REB                    PC AOS/MF A01
PB93-135630/REB
  Arctic Contaminants Research Program: Research Plan.
  PB93-13S630/REB                     PC A08/MF A02
PB93-135648/REB
  Water Temperature Characteristics of  Lakes Subjected to
  Climate Change.
  PB93-135648/REB                    PC A09/MF A02
PB93-135655/REB
  Relationship  between Water Temperatures and Air Tem-
  peratures for Central U.S. Streams.
  PB93-135655/REB                    PC A07/MF A02
PB93-135663/REB
  Revised  Emissions Estimation Methodologies for Industrial,
  Residential,  and  Electric  Utility  Stationary Combustion
  Sources.
  PB93-135663/REB                    PC A07/MF A02
PB93-135671/REB
  Effects of Repeated  Ammonium Sulfate Applications on
  Soil  Leachate  Chemistry  on  the Femow Experimental
  Forest in West Virginia, USA.
  PB93-135671 /REB                    PC A01/MF A01
PB93-135689/REB
  Trace Organic Contaminants in Anthropogenically Acidified
  Surface Waters.
  PB93-135689/REB                    PC A03/MF A01
PB93-135697/REB
  Rice Field Inventory Using AVHRR Data.
  PB93-135697/REB                    PCA03/MFA01
PB93-135713/REB
  Transformation of Carbon Tetrachloride in the Presence of
  SulfkJe, BtoMe, and Vermiculite.
  PB93-13S713/REB                    PC A02/MF A01
PB93-135721/REB
  Recent Sulfur Enrichment in the Sediments of Little Rock
  Lake, Wisconsin.
  PB93-135721 /REB                    PC A03/MF A01
PB93-135739/REB
  Pathogenkaty of 'Salmonella pullorum1  in Northern Bob-
  white Quail and Mallard Ducks.
  PB93-135739/REB                    PC A03/MF A01
PB93-135747/REB
  Environmental  Monitoring  and  Assessment  Program,
  EMAP-Surface Waters: A Northeast Lakes Pilot
  PB93-135747/REB                    PC A03/MF A01
PB93-135754/REB
  Comparison  of Episodic Acidification in Canada.  Europe
  and the United States.
  PB93-135754/REB                    PC A03/MF A01
                                                                                                                                    June 1993
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PB93-135762/REB
  Who Wai Speak for Biodiversity.
  PB93-135762/REB                   PCA01/MFA01
PB93-136364/REB
  Restoration of the Anacostta River.
  PB93-136364/REB                   PC AOS/MF A01
PB93-136521/REB
  Strategic Assessment of Near Coastal Waters: Northeast
  Case Study
  PB93-136521/REB                   PC AOS/MF A02
PB93-13e812/REB
  EPA's Ground Water and Drinking Water Program: Making
  a Difference.
  PB93-136612/REB                   PCA03/MFA01
PB93-138620/REB
  Health Advisory for Znc Chloride.
  PB93-136620/REB                   PC AOS/MF A01
PB93-136M3/REB
  Chesapeake Bay Program Annual Progress Report. Wet-
  lands Workgroup, December 1991.
  PB93-1368S3/REB                   PCA03/MFA01
PB93-13M01/REB
  SuscepbbBy of  East Coast Estuaries to Nutrient  Dis-
  charges: Abemarie/Pamlico Sound to Biscayne Bay.
  PB93-136901/REB                   PC A03/MF A01
PB93-1369Z7/REB
  Susceptibtty of  East Coast Estuaries to Nutrient  Dis-
  charges: Passamaquoddy Bay to Chesapeake Bay.
  PB9S-136927/REB                   PCA03/MFA01
PB93-1W147/REB
  OAQS Control Cost Manual (Fourth EdrSon), Supplement 2.
  PB93-138147/REB                   PCA04/MFA01
PB93-138154/REB
  Air/Superfund National Technical Guidance Study Series:
  Appbcaoarty of Open Path Monitors for Superfund.
  PB93-13B154/REB                   PCA07/MFA02
PBM-13S451/REB
  Wnois Water Oualty Management Plan.
  PB93-1384S1 /REB                   PC A07/MF A02
PB03-13M6S/REB
  Evaluation  of  Nitrogen Oxkte Emissions  Data from  TVA
  Coal-Fired Balers.
  PB93-13886S/REB                   PCA06/MFA02
PBS3-1393SO/REB
  RCRA Ground-Water Monitoring: Draft Technical Guidance.
  PB93-1393SO/REB                   PC A10/MF A03
PB93-1MM1/REB
  Ufa-Cycle Assessment Inventory Guidelines and Principles.
  PB93-139681/REB                   PC A07/MFA02
PB93-141026/REB
  On-Slte  Waste  Ink  Recycling:  Technology  Evaluation

  PB8?141026/RE8                   PC A04/MF A01
PB93-141034/REB
  Plot-Scale  Incineration of Contaminated Sludges from the
  Bofors-Nobel Superfund Site.
  PB93-141034/REB                   PC A17/MF A03
PBtt-141042/REB
  Formation and Control of Combustion PoButants from Gas-
  oine-Fueted Spark-lgrition Motor Vehicle Engines. (Revised
  November 1992).
  PB93-141042/REB                   PC A04/MF A01
PM3-141059/REB
  Evaluation of an Emitec Resistivery Heated Metal Monolith
  Catalytic Converter on Two M100 Neat Mathanol-Fueted
  Vehicles.
  PB93-141059/REB                   PCA03/MFA01
PB93-141067/REB
  QuaHy Assurance Project Plan:  1991 EMAP Wetlands
  Southeastern Plot Study.
  PB93-141067/REB                   PCA11/MFA03
PBM-141M3/REB
  Municipal Water PoBubon Prevention BMograpny: 1992,
  the Year of Clean Water. Celebration and Comrotment
  PB93-141083/REB                   PC A03/MF A01
PB93-14110a/REB
  Smal Systems Meet Superfund Chalenge with Point-of-
  Enhy Treatment Unto.
  PB93-141109/REB                   PC A02/MF A01
PBM.141117/REB
  Advacate-Low-Cost Process for SO2 Control
  PB93-141117/REB                   PC A02/MF A01
PBB3-14112S/REB
  SoMMedMad Effects of Atmospheric  Deposition on East-
  em US. Spruoe-f* Forests.
  PB93-14112S/REB                   PC A03/MF A01
PBn-141133/REB
  Characterization of Eastern U.S. Sprueefir Sofa.
  PB83-141133/REB                   PC A037MF A01
PBB9-141141/REB
  Influence of Elevated CO2 and Temperature  on Wetland
  Rica Root Dynamics.
  PB93-141141/REB                   PCA02/MFA01
PBM-1411SI/REB
  Effects of CO2 and Temperature on Five Rice Cultivars.
  PB93-141158/REB                   PCA02/MFA01
PBM-1411M/REB
  Organic  Acktty in Maine (U&A.) Lakes and ki HUMEX
  Lake Skjervatiem (Norway).
  PB93-141166^»EB                   PC A02/MF A01
                                                      PB93-141174/REB
                                                        Biological Sinks for Nitrogen Additions to a Forested Catch-
                                                        ment
                                                        PB93-141174/REB                    PCA02/MFA01
                                                      PB93-141182/REB
                                                        Mineral Dissolution Rates: A Comparison of Laboratory and
                                                        Field Studies.
                                                        PB93-1411B2/REB                    PCA01/MFA01
                                                      PB93-141190/REB
                                                        Quantification of Nitro- and Hydroxylated Nitro-Aromatic/
                                                        PolycycSc Aromatic Hydrocarbons in Selected Ambient Air
                                                        Daytime Winter Samples.
                                                        PB93-141190/REB                    PCA03/MFA01
                                                      PB93-141208/REB
                                                        Generation of Mutagenic Transformation  Products during
                                                        the Irradiation of Simulated Urban Atmospheres.
                                                        PB93-141208/REB                    PC A03/MF A01
                                                      PB83-141216/REB
                                                        V(D)J Recombinase-Mediated Deletion of the 
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                                                                                                                                       PB93-149664/REB
PB93-143709/REB
  Restoration of the Salmon River Salt Marshes: Retrospect
  and Prospect
  PB93-143709/REB                    PC A08/MF A02
PB93-143717/REB
  Proceedings of the National Workshop on Biological Criteria
  (1st). Held in LJncolnwood, Illinois on December 2-4,1987.
  PB93-143717/REB                    PC A07/MF A02
PB93-143741/REB
  Subjective-Probability-Based Scenarios for Uncertain Input
  Parameters:  Stratospheric Ozone Depletion, December
  1990.
  PB93-143741 /REB                    PC A03/MF A01
PB93-143972/REB
  Regulatory Impact Analysis  for  the National Emissions
  Standards for  Hazardous Air Pollutants for Source Catego-
  ries:  Organic Hazardous Air Pollutants from the Synthetic
  Organic Chemical Manufacturing Industry and Seven Other
  Processes.
  PB93-143972/REB                    PC A09/MF A02
PB93-143980/REB
  OSWER Source Book. Volume 1. Training and Technology
  Transfer Resources, 1992-1993.
  PB93-143980/REB                    PC A10/MF A03
P893-143998/REB
  National Air Quality and Emissions Trends Report. 1991.
  PB93-143998/REB                    PC A07/MF A02
PB93-144004/REB
  PR Notices 86-1 through 86-5.
  PB93-144004/REB                     PC E99/MF E99
PB93-144012/REB
  PR Notice 86-1. Notice to Manufacturers,  Formulators,  Pro-
  ducers and Registrants of Pesticides.
  PB93-144012/REB                    PC A01/MF A01
PB93-144020/REB
  PR Notice 86-2. Notice to Manufacturers,  Formulators, Pro-
  ducers and Registrants of Pesticides.
  PB93-144020/REB                    PC A01/MF A01
PB93-144038/REB
  PR Notice 86-3. Notice to Producers. Registrants, and For-
  mulators.
  PB93-144038/REB                     PC A01/MF A01
PB93-144046/REB
  PR Notice 86-4.  Notice to Registrants of Pesticides, and
  Applicants for Pesticide Registration.
  PB93-144046/REB                     PC A02/MF A01
PB93-144053/REB
  PR Notice 86-5. Notice to Producers, Formulators, Distribu-
  tors  and Registrants.
  PB93-144053/REB                     PC A03/MF A01
PB93-144061/REB
  PR  Notice 87-2.  Notice to  Procedures,  Registrants, and
  Formulators.
  PB93-144061/REB                     PC A01/MF A01
PB93-144079/REB
  PR Notice 87-3. Notice to Manufacturers, Formulators, Dis-
  tributors and Registrants of Pesticide Products.
  PB93-144079/REB                     PC A01/MF A01
PB93-144087/REB
  PR Notice 87-5. Notice to Manufacturers, Formulators and
  Registrants of Pesticides.
  PB93-144087/REB                     PC A03/MF A01
 PB93-144095/REB
  PR Notice 87-6. Notice to Manufacturers, Formulators, Pro-
  cedures, and  Registrants of Pesticide Products.
  PB93-144095/REB                     PC A02/MF A01
 PB93-144111/REB
  Synopses of Federal Demonstrations of Innovative Site Re-
   mediation Technologies.
   PB93-144111/REB                    PCA11/MFA03
 PB93-144129/REB
  OSWER Source Book. Volume 2. Training and Technology
  Transfer Resources, 1992-1993.
   PB93-144129/REB                    PC A11/MF A03
 PB93-144137/REB
   Evaluation of POHC and PIC Screening Methods.
   PB93-144137/REB                    PC A04/MF A01
 PB93-144145/REB
   Volatile Organic Sampling Train Soot Interference Report.
   PB93-144145/REB -                   PC A04/MF A01
 PB93-144152/REB
   Analysis of Acid Precipitation Samples Collected by State
   Agencies. Sampling Period: January-December 1990.
   PB93-144152/REB                    PC A12/MF A03
 PB93-144202/REB
   Technical Guidance Manual  for Performing Waste Load Al-
   locations. Book  3:  Estuaries. Part 4:  Critical Review of
   Coastal Embayment and Estuarine Waste Load  Allocation
   Modeling.
   PB93-144202/REB                    PC A05/MF A01
 PB93-144210/REB
   Proceedings  of the National Conference (3rd): Water Qual-
   ity  Standards for the 21st  Century. Held in Las Vegas,
   Nevada on August 31-September 3,1992.
   PB93-144210/REB                    PC A16/MF A03
 PB93-144277/REB
   Effects of Livestock  Wastes on Small  Illinois  Streams:
   Lower  Kaskaskia River Basin  and Upper Little  Wabash
   River Basins, Summer 1991.
   PB93-144277/REB                    PC A07/MF A02
PB93-144350/REB
  Evaluation of Resistively Heated Fuel Injection Technology
  to Reduce Cold Start Emissions and Assist Starting/Dri-
  veaway of a Methanol-Fueled Vehicle.
  PB93-144350/REB                   PC A03/MF A01
PB93-144368/REB
  Pesticide Fact Sheet Number 20.2: Amitrole.
  PB93-144368/REB                   PC A02/MF A01
PB93-144376/REB
  Conversion of Methanol-Fueled 16-Valve, 4-Cylinder Engine
  to Operation on Gaseous 2H2/CO Fuel. Interim Report 4.
  PB93-144376/REB                   PC A03/MF A01
PB93-145589/REB
  Technologies and Options  for UST Corrective  Actions:
  Overview of Current Practice.
  PB93-145589/REB                   PC A05/MF A01
PBI3-145597/REB
  Restoration Potential of Diked Estuarine Wetlands in Wash-
  ington and  Oregon. Phase  2: Identification of Candidate
  Sites in Puget Sound.
  PB93-145597/REB                   PC A04/MF A01
PB93-14560S/REB
  Model Pollution Prevention Plan for the Kraft Segment of
  the Pulp and Paper Industry.
  PB93-145605/REB                   PC A04/MF A01
PB93-145613/REB
  Pollution Prevention for the Kraft Pulp and Paper Industry.
  PB93-145613/REB                   PC A04/MF A01
PB93-145621/REB
  Babcock and Wilcox Cyclone Furnace Vitrification. Technol-
  ogy Demonstration Summary.
  PB93-145621/REB                   PC A02/MF A01
PB93-145639/REB
  Horsehead  Resource Development Company, Inc., Flame
  Reactor Technology. Technology Demonstration Summary.
  PB93-145639/REB                   PC A02/MF A01
PB93-1456S4/REB
  dean Water Act  (Section 319): An Evaluation of Program
  Implementation in Region 10.
  PB93-145654/REB                   PC AOS/MF A01
PB93-145662/REB
  Guidelines for  Developing Risk-Based Cleanup Levels at
  RCRA Sites in Region 10.
  PB93-145662/REB                    PC A04/MF A01
PB93-145670/REB
  Pollution  Prevention  Opportunity Assessment and Imple-
  mentation Plan.  For  Simpson Tacoma Kraft Company,
  Tacoma, Washington.
  PB93-145670/HEB                   PCA05/MFA01
PB93-145688/REB
  Manual for the  Certification of Laboratories Analyzing Drink-
  ing Water. Criteria and Procedures Quality Assurance (Third
  Edition).
  PB93-145688/REB                   PC A03/MF A01
PB93-145704/REB
  Technical Guidance Manual for Performing Waste Load Al-
  locations. Book 3: Estuaries. Part 3. Use of  Mixing Zone
  Models in Estuarine Waste Load Allocations.
  PB93-145704/REB                   PC A03/MF A01
 PB93-145712/REB
  Proceedings of the  Midwest Pollution Control Biologists
  Meeting,  1991. Environmental Indicators: Measurement and
  Assessment Endpoints. Held in  LJncolnwood, Illinois  on
  March 19-22,1991.
  PB93-145712/REB                   PC A06/MF A02
 PB93-146082/REB
  Global Ecosystems Database.  Version 1.0 (on CD-ROM).
   EPA Global  Climate  Research  Program.  NOAA/NGDC
  Global Change Database Program. User's Guide. Volume 1.
   NGDC Key to Geophysical Records Documentation No. 26.
   PB93-146082/REB                   PC A07/MF A02
 PB93-146090/REB
   Global Ecosystems Database.  Version 1.0 (on CD-ROM).
   EPA Global  Climate  Research  Program.  NOAA/NGDC
   Global Change Database Program. Documentation Manual,
   DISC-A.  Volume 1.  NGDC Key to Geophysical  Records
   Documentation No. 27.
   PB93-146090/REB                   PC A11/MF A03
 PB93-146108/REB
   PR  Notice 87-7. Notice to Producers, Formulators and Reg-
   istrants of Pesticides.
   PB93-146108/REB                   PC A02/MF A01
 PB93-146348/REB
   Review of EPA's Environmental Monitoring  and Assess-
   ment Program (EMAP). Interim Report.
   PB93-146348/REB                   PC A03/MF A01
 PB93-146462/REB
   Motor Vehicle-Related Air Toxics Study.
   PB93-146462/REB                   PCA24/MFA04
 PB93-146793/REB
   Process for Regional Assessment of Wetland  Risk.
   PB93-146793/REB                   PC A09/MF A02
 PB93-146827/REB
   Methods  for  Analyzing  Extreme  Events  Under  Climate
   Chance
   PB93?146827/REB                   PC A03/MF A01
 PB93-146835/REB
   Basic Concepts of Contaminant Sorption.
   PB93-14683S/REB                   PCA01/MFA01
 PB93-146843/REB
   Pollulion Prevention Opportunity Assessment USDA Belts-
   ville Agricultural Research Center.
   PB93-146843/REB                   PC A04/MF A01
PB93-146850/REB
  In-situ Bioremediation of Ground Water.
  PB93-146850/REB                    PC A01/MF A01
PB93-146868/REB
  Pollution Prevention Opportunity Assessment: Manufactur-
  ing and Fabrication Repair Laboratory at Sandia National
  Laboratories.
  PB93-146868/REB                    PC A03/MF A01
PB93-146900/REB
  Pollution Prevention Opportunity Assessment Geochemis-
  try Laboratory, Sandia National Laboratories.
  PB93-146900/REB                    PC A03/MF A01
PB93-146918/REB
  Report  of the Neurotoxicity Risk Assessment  Guidelines
  Peer Review Workshop. Held in Washington, DC. on June
  2-3, 1992.
  PB93-146918/REB                    PC A08/MF A02
PB93-146991/REB
  Advanced Insulations for Refrigerator/Freezers: The Poten-
  tial  for New  Shell Design Incorporating Polymer  Barrier
  Construction.
  PB93-146991/REB                    PCA03/MFA01
PB93-147007/REB
  Enabling Document for Regulations Governing Compliance
  Extensions for Early Reductions of Hazardous Air Pollut-

  PB93-147007/REB                    PC A07/MF A02
PB93-147015/REB
  PR  Notice 87-8. Notice to Manufacturers, Formulators, Dis-
  tributors, and  Registrants of Pesticides.
  PB93-147015/REB                    PCA02/MFA01
PB93-149151/REB
  PR  Notice 87-9. Notice to Pesticide Applicants, Registrants
  and Petitioners.
  PB93-149151/REB                    PC A01/MF A01
PB93-149169/REB
  PR  Notice 87-10. Notice to Pesticide Applicants, Regis-
  trants and Petitioners.
  PB93-149169/REB                    PCA01/MFA01
PB93-149177/REB
  Aerosol Acidity Characterization  of  Large Metropolitan
  Areas: Pilot and Planning for Philadelphia.
  PB93-149177/REB                    PC A03/MF A01
PB93-149185/REB
  Vertical Diffusion in Small Stratified Lake: Data and Error

  PB93^49185/REB                    PC A03/MF A01
PB93-149193/REB
  Bioremediation.
  PB93-149193/REB                    PCA03/MFA01
PB93-149201/REB
  Comparison of Ground-Water Sampling  Devices Based on
  Equilibration of Water Quality Indicator Parameters.
  PB93-149201/REB                    PCA03/MFA01
 PB93-149219/REB
  U S. EPA's QA/QC Program for Waste Management Facili-
  ties. Proceedings of the GRI Seminar (6th), MQC/MQA and
  CQC/CQA of Geosynthetics. Held in Philadelphia, Pennsyl-
  vania on December 10-11, 1992.
  PB93-149219/REB                    PCA02/MFA01
 PB9S-149227/REB
  Potential for Joint Research between EPA  and the  U.S.

  PB93-149227/REB                    PC A03/MF A01
 PB93-149235/REB
  Development of Genetically Enhanced  Baculovirus Pesti-
  cides (Chapter 5).
  PB93-149235/REB                    PC A02/MF A01
 PB93-149243/REB
   Ecologically Acceptable Strategy for the Use of Genetically
   Engineered Baculovirus Pesticides.
   PB93-149243/REB                    PC A02/MF A01
 PB93-149250/REB
   Uncertainties in Countrywide Forest Biomass Estimates.
   PB93-149250/REB                    PC A03/MF A01
 PB93-149268/REB
   Role of Soil  Organic Acids in Mineral Weathering Process-

   PBS^Mglel/REB                    PC A04/MF A01
 PB93-149276/REB
   Isolation and Purification of Bacterial DMA from Soil.
   PB93-149276/REB                    PC A04/MF A01
 PB93-149334/REB
   Determination of Rates of Reaction in the Gas-Phase in the
   Troposphere. Theory and Practice. 5. Rate of Indirect  Pho-

   PB93-149334/REB                   PC A08/MF A02
 PB93-149383/REB
   Development of Index of Btotic Integrity Expectations for
   the Ecoregtons of Indiana. I. Central Com Bert Plain.
   PB93-149383/REB                   PC A06/MF A02
 PB93-149425/REB
   National Emission Standards for Hazardous Air Pollutants
   Compliance  Extensions for Early Reductions:  Background
   Information for Promulgated Standards.
   PB93-149425/REB                   PC A08/MF A02
 PB93-149664/REB
   PR Notice  87-11.  Notice to Manufacturers,  Formulators,
   Distributors, and Registrants of Pesticides.
   PB93-149664/REB                   PC A01/MF A01
                                                                                                                                      June 1993
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PB*3-1496M/REB
  Pesticide Fact Sheet Number 20.1: Amtrote.
  PB93-149680/REB                   PCA02/MFA01
PB93-149748/REB
  Watershed Manipulation Project Field Implementator) Plan
  tor 1990-1992.
  PB93-149748/REB                   PC A04/MF A01
PBS3-149755/REB
  Episodic Response Project-Northern Appalachian Plateau:
  Site Description and Methodology.
  PB93-149755/REB                   PC A04/MF A01
PB93-14M54/REB
  Surfactants and Subsurface Rentedation.
  PB93-149854/REB                   PC A02/MF A01
PB93-149e62/REB
  Collection and Chemical Analysis of Lichens for Biomonitor-

  P§93-149862/REB                   PC A03/MF A01
PB93-149804/REB
  Protection of Pome Fruits, March 1985-May 1992. Citations
  from AGRICOLA Concerning Diseases and Other Environ-
  mental Considerations.
  PB93-149904/R.-B                   PC A13/MF A03
PB83-149912/REB
  Methybromide and Its Alternatives as Fumigants, 1979-May
  1992. Citations from AGRICOLA Concerning Diseases and
                                      PCA09/MFA03
  Other Envionmenta) Considerations.
  PB93-149912/REB
PB93-1S0100/REB
  Characterization of Organic Emission from a Wood Finish-
  ing Product-Wood Stain.
  PB93-150100/REB                   PC A02/MF A01
PB93-1S011S/REB
  Plot-Scale Evtauafion of an Incinerabilty Ranking System
  for Hazardous Organic Compounds.
  PB93-1S0118/REB                   PC A02/MF A01
PB93-150126/REB
  Comparative  Resistance of 'Escherichia coT and Entero-
  cocci to Chlorination.
  PB93-150126/REB                   PC A03/MF A01
PB93-1501M/REB
  Removal of Ben/Hum from Drinking Water by Chemical Co-
  aoUation and Ume Softening.
  PB93-150134/REB                   PC A03/MF A01
PM3-1S0142/REB
  Extraction and Recovery of Lead Species from Soil.
  PB93-150142/REB                   PC A02/MF A01
PB93-150159/REB
  Control Technology: 1992 Update of U.S. EPA's Superfund
  Innovative  Technology Evaluation (SITE) Emerging  Tech-
  nology Program.
  PB93-150159/REB                   PCA03/MFA01
PBM-1S0167/REB
  Rote of Nitrate in the Acidification of Streams in the CatstdU
  Mountains of New York.
  PB93-150167/REB                   PCA03/MFA01
PB93-1S0175/REB
  Geneticaly Engineered Bacutoviruses as Agents for Pest
  Control.
  PB93-1S0175/REB                   PC A03/MF A01
PB93-1S0191/REB
  Sorpbon of  Toxic Organic Compounds on  Wastewater
  Soids: Mechanism andModeSng.
  PB93-1S0191 /REB                   PC A02/MP A01
PB93-150209/REB
  Characterization of PM-10 Emissions from Antiskid Materi-
  als Appied to Ice-and  SnowCovered Roadways.
  PB93-1S0209/REB                   PC AOS/MF A01
PBS3-1S0217/REB
  DNAPL Site Evaluation.
  PB93-150217/REB                   PC A16/MF A03
PB93-1502SS/REB
  Control Techniques for Votatte Organic Compound Emis-
  sions from Stationary Sources, December 1992.
  PB93-150258/REB                   PCA20/MFA04
PB93-150290/REB
  rfghfghts  of the  EPA  Innovative  Regulatory Strategies
  Workshop: Market-Based Incentives and other Innovations
  for Air Poiubon ControL Summary of Workshop Discussion
  Sessions. Held in Washington, DC. on January 15-17,1992.
  PB93-150290/REB                   PCA05/MFA01
PB9S-1S2S77/REB
  Pubications Office of Science and Technology: Catalog.
  PB93-152S77/REB                   PC AOS/MF A02
PBM-1S2W1/REB
  Proceedras of the Annual EPA Conference on Analysis of
  Pohrtants in the Environment (15th). HeW in Norfolk, Virgin-
  ia on May 6-7,1992.
  PB83-1S2601/REB                   PC A99/MF A06
PfM3-1SM1t/REB
  Proceedngs: Tiered Testing Issues  for Freshwater and
  Marine Sedments. Held in Washington, DC. on September
  16-18.1992.
  PB93-1S2619/REB                    PCA22/MFA04
   Mcdfeatton of Point Counts for Surveying Cropland Birds.
   PB93-156040/REB                    PCA03/MFA01
 PBM-15C057/REB
   Evaluating Point Count versus Territory Mapping in Crop-
   land BMs.
   PB93-156057/RE3                    PC A03/MF A01
PB93-156107/REB
  Cost  Effectiveness Analysis of Effluent Guidelines  and
  Standards for the Aluminum Forming Category.
  PB93-156107/REB                    PC A03/MF A01
PB93-156495/REB
  Economic Analysis of the Phosphate Subcategory of the
  Fertilizer Manufacturing Industry: Louisiana Phosphoric  Acid
  Plants.
  PB93-156495/REB                    PC A04/MF A01
PB93-1S6S03/REB
  Economic Analysis of the Phosphate Subcategory of the
  Fertilizer Manufacturing Industry: Louisiana Phosphoric  Acid
  Plants, July 1986.
  PB93-156503/REB                    PC A05/MF A01
PB93-156552VREB
  Hazardous Air Pollutant Emissions from Process  Units  in
  the Synthetic  Organic Chemical Manufacturing Industry.
•  Background Information for Proposed Standards.  Volume
  1A. National Impacts Assessment
  PB93-156552/REB                    PC A08/MF A02
PB93-156560/REB
  Hazardous Air Poflutant Emissions from Process  Units  in
  the Synthetic  Organic Chemical Manufacturing Industry:
  Background Information for Proposed Standards.  Volume
  1B. Control Technologies.
  PB93-156560/REB                    PC A13/MF A03
PB93-156578/REB
  Hazardous Air Pollutant Emissions from Process  Units  in
  the Synthetic  Organic Chemical Manufacturing Industry:
  Background Information for Proposed Standards.  Volume
  1C. Model Emission Sources.
  PB93-156578/REB                    PC A11/MF A03
PB93-156586/REB
  Alternative Control Techniques Document NOx Emissions
  from Stationary Gas Turbines.
  PB93-156586/REB                    PCA11/MFA03
PB93-157105/REB
  Compilation of Air Pollutant Emission Factors.  Volume  1.
  Stationary Point and Area Sources. Supplement E
  P893-157105/REB                    PC A10/MF A03
PB93-157550/REB
  LNAPL  Distribution and Hydrocarbon Vapor  Transport  in
  the Capillary Fringe.
  PB93-157550/REB                    PC A07/MF A02
PB93-157S6S/REB
  Cost  Effective Com and  Soybean Production Without Till-
  age: Fact or Fiction (May 1988).
  PB93-157568/REB                    PC A03/MF A01
PB93-157923/REB
  Construction, Monitoring,  and  Performance of Two Sol
  Liners. Project Summary.
  P893-157923/REB                   PC A02/MF A01
PBS3-157931/REB
  Method 524.  Measurement  of  Purgeabte Organic Com-
  pounds in Drinking Water by Gas  Chromatography/Mass
  Spectrometry.
  PB93-157931/REB                    PC A03/MF A01
PB93-15S9U/REB
  Economic Impacts of RCRA Regulations on the Plating and
  Ponshing  Industry.
  PB93-158988/REB                    PCA07/MFA02
PB93-500221/REB
  Industrial  Source Complex Short Term (ISCST) (for Micro-
  computers).
  PB93-500221/REB                           CP D03
PB«3-500270/REB
  Organic Contract Compiance Screening System (OCCSS)
  Software (OLM01.8 Version 3) (for Microcomputers).
  PB93-500270/REB                           CP D02
PB93-5002M/REB
  Inorganic Contract Compiance Screening System (ICCSS)
  Software (1LM02.1 Version 2) (for Microcomputers).
  PB93-500288/REB                           CP D02
PB93-500684/REB
  ADL  Migration Estimation Model (for Microcomputers) (Re-
  lease Number 1).
  PB93-500684/REB                           CP 002
PBS3-50074Z/REB
  Toxic Release Inventory (TRI), 1987-1990 (on CO-FtOM).
  PB93-500742/REB                    COflOM$45.00
PB83-502631/REB
  Rextote Membrane Uner  Advisory  Expert System (FLEX)
  (for Microcomputers) (Version 3.0).
  PB93-502631/REB                           CPD02
PB93-904200/REB
  EPA  (Environmental Protection Agency) Publications  BfcK-
  ography. Quarterly Abstract Bulletin.
  PB93-904200/REB                        Subscription
PB93-911600/REB
  Pesticide Compact Label File -1990 Updates.
  PB93-911600/REB                        Subscription
PB83-921100/REB
  Health Effects Assessment Summary Tables.
  PB93-921100/REB                     Standing Order
P893-921700/REB
  Environmental Protection Agency CM Enforcement Docket
  PB93-921700/REB                        Subscription
PB93-W3251/REB
  Mentor-Protege Program.
  PB93-963251/REB                    PC A02/MF A01
PB93-963252/REB
  Guidance on Implementation of the Superfund Accelerated
  Cleanup Model (SACM) under CERCLA and the NCP.
  PB93-963252/REB                    PC A03/MF A01
PB93-963253/REB
  Exercising Flexibility through  the Superfund Accelerated
  Cleanup Model (SACM).
  PB93-963253/REB                    PC A01/MF A01
PB93-963254/REB
  Superfund Progress: Fall/Winter 1992.
  PB93-963254/REB                    PCA03/MFA01
PB93-963255/REB
  Superfund Progress. Aficionado's Version. Progress as of
  September 30,1992.
  PB93-963255/REB                    PC A03/MF A01
PB93-9632S6/REB
  Superfund Records of Decision Update. Volume 7, Number
  2, November 1992.
  PB93-963256/REB                    PC A02/MF A01
PB93-963261/REB
  Highlights: Superfund Program Management Fiscal Year

  PB93-963261 /REB                    PC A03/MF A01
PB93-963801/REB
  Superfund Record of Decision (EPA Region 2): Ramapo
  Landfill Site, Rockland County, NY. (First Remedial Action),
  March 1992.
  PB93-963801 /REB                    PC A04/MF A01
PB93-963901/REB
  Superfund Record of Decision (EPA Region  3): U.S. De-
  fense General Supply Center, (Operable Unit 5), Richmond,
  VA. (First Remedial Action), March 1992.
  PB93-963901 /REB                    PC A04/MF A01
PB93-963902/REB
  Superfund Record of Decision (EPA Region 3): Raymark
  Site. Operable Unit 1.  Montgomery County, PA. (Fret Re-
  medial Action), December 1991.
  PB93-963902/REB                    PCA07/MFA02
PB93-963903/REB
  Superfund  Record  of  Decision  (EPA  Region  3):  Dublin
  Water Supply, Bucks County, PA. (First Remedial Action),
  December 1991.
  PB93-963903/REB                    PC A06/MF A02
PBM-963904/REB
  Superfund Record of Decision (EPA Region 3): MW Manu-
  facturing Site, Montour County, PA. (Subsequent Remedial
  Action), June  1992.
  PB93-963904/REB                    PC AOS/MF A01
PB93-964101/REB
  Superfund Record of Decision (EPA Region 5): Grand Tra-
  verse Overall Supply Site, GreHickville, Ml. (Frst Remedial
  Action). February 1992.
  PB93-964101/REB                    PCA03/MFA01
PB93-964102/REB
  Superfund Record of Decision (EPA Region 5): Midco II,
  Gary, IN. (Fret Remedial Action), (Amendment). April 199^
  PB93-964102/REB                    PC AOS/MF A01
PB93-964103/REB
  Superfund Record of Decision (EPA Region 5): Twin Cities
  AF Reserve  (SAR  Landfill),  MN. (Fret Remedfcl Action).
  March 1992.
  PB93-964103/REB                    PC A04/MF A01
PB93464104/REB
  Superfund Record of Decision (EPA Region 5): Columbus
  Old  Municipal  Landfill,  Columbus,  IN.  (Fret  Remedal
  Action). March 1992.
  PB93-964104/REB                    PCA03/MFA01
PB93-964501/REB
  Superfund  Record  of Decision (EPA Region 9): Westing-
  house Electric (Sunnyvale Plant), Sunnyvale, CA. (Frst Re-
  medial Action). October 1991.
  PB93-964501 /REB                    PC AOS/MF A01
RAND/N-3140-1-EPA/JMO/RC
  Subjective-ProbaMity-Based  Scenarios for Uncertain Input
  Parameters:  Stratospheric  Ozone  Depletion,  December
  1990.
  PB93-143741/REB                    PCA03/MFA01
SNV-3931
  Bladder-wrack (Fucus vesicutosus L) as an indcator for ra-
  dionucUdes in the environment of Swedish nuclear power
  plants.
  DE93603681 /REB                     PC A03/MF A01
SNV-3M9
  Radioecology in Nordfc limnic systems - present knowledge
  and future prospects.
  DE92643948/REB                     PCA04/MFA01
SNV-4033
  New technology for refrigeration and heating plants.
  DE93721673/REB                     PC A03/MF A01
SNV-4045
  Greenhouse gases. Emissions and countermeasures in an
  international perspective.
  DE93721674/REB                     PC A07/MF A02
UMC/SG-S2/12
  Shoreline Erosion  Control Using Marsh Vegetation and
  Lo