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MEASURING VAPOR INTRUSION: FROM SOURCE SCIENCE POLITICS TO A TRANSDISCIPLINARY APPROACH
Little, P.C. and K.G. Pennell.
Environmental Sociology 3(2):145-154(2017)

To balance and inform current vapor intrusion (VI) studies, this article explores VI science and policy and develops a critique of "source science politics," offering a transdisciplinary approach to VI as a public health problem that highlights collaboration with social scientists and affected communities and cultivates empathy with the state of belief or point of view of affected individuals. https://digitalcommons.ric.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1386&context=facultypublications



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