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ARA Steering Committee
A balance of Federal, State, and Tribal governments, Environmental NGOS and non-profits, and Academia.
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word “arsenic” found in ITER
Relative Source Contribution for RDX for U.S. Army
Dietary arsenic exposure from soil for State of Texas & Hawaii Department of Health
Review of 1,3-Butadiene Document Screening Level for Texas Commission on Environmental Quality
RiskIE & ITER
Dose-Response Boot Camp
Arsenic in Soil
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Does This Effort Duplicate Current Federal Efforts?
Why Do Diverse Groups Fund?
Projects are evaluated by the ARA Steering Committee, composed of a broad range of experts from various backgrounds and perspectives. The involvement of diverse interests:
Sharing of Resources
The collaborative nature of the ARA centers on the pooling of resources. ARA participants benefit from access to:
The ARA encourages the free-flow of information across organizations. Projects that utilize the ARA process will be transparently broadcast within the Risk assessment community via: