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Summary of the Basis and Background of the Soil Cleanup Criteria for Triavalent and Hexavalent Chromium (September 19988)
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IV. References

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Chorover, Jon. (1998). Critical Factors in the Determination of an Appropriate Liquid to Solid Ratio for the Cr(VI) Extraction Test. Prepared for the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection.

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Jackson, L. (1998). Assessment of ASTM Method D-3987 to Determine the Leaching Behavior of Chromium(VI) in chromium Contaminated Soils and Wastes. Prepared for the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection.

NJDEP. (1989). Risk Assessment for Chromium Sites in Hudson County, N.J. Prepared by Environmental Science and Engineering, Inc.

NJDEP. (1995a) Basis and Background. Derivation of Soil Cleanup Criteria for Trivalent Chromium.

New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection, Site Remediation Program. July 1995NJDEP. (1995b) Basis and Background. Derivation of a Risk-Based Elicitation Response Concentration for Hexavalent Chromium (Cr VI) Based on Allergic Contact Dermatitis. New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection, Division of Science and Research. June 1995

USEPA. (1992). User's Guide for the Fugitive Dust Model (FDM), User Instructions. USEPA Region 10. Seattle, Washington. EPA 910/9-88-202R.

USEPA. (1995a). Compilation of air emission factor. Volume 1: Stationary Point and the Area Source. 4th Edition. PB86-124906.

USEPA. (1995b). Users guide for the industrial source complex (ISC3) dispersion models. Office of Air Quality Planning and Standards. Research Triangle Park, North Carolina. EPA-454/B-95-003a.

USEPA (1996). Soil Screening Guidance: Technical Background Document. Office of Solid Waste and Emergency Response. Washington DC. EPA/540/R-95/128.

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