Toxic Equivalency: Addressing Human Health Effects in Life Cycle Impact Assessment

Comparative evaluation rests on science to describe actions of environmental stressors and on values to judge the detriment of the consequences. A step-wise comparison, starting with similar stressors, simplifies the analysis. To clarify the interaction

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The dissertation can be obtained from UMI ( or from the author, Edgar Hertwich, LCA Laboratory, Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Kolbjø

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Author Edgar Hertwich
Institution Energy and Resources Group, UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, BERKELEY
Advisor Thomas E. McKone, Catherine P. Koshland, William S. Pease
Expected graduation 1999