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Title: Basic concept and pollution causal chain in environmental risk assessment
Authors: Arama, Madalina Georgeta 
Gheorghe, Adrian 
Radu, Corneliu 
Stanciu, Radu 
Nicolau, Margareta 
Keywords: Environmental impact;Risk assessment;Concepts;Rationality;Logical argument;Motivation
Issue Date: 2010
Publisher: Todesco
The paper presents essential concepts in environmental impact / risk assessment so that the assessment results to be reproducible in certain limits. The paper presents some of those concepts reformulated bu the authors representing the synthesis of a documentary study of the literature and current national European and international environmental laws. These represent the essence of any assessment having a rational basis involving logical arguments but also evaluators' / decision makers' sensitive motivations. Regardless how good the assessment methods are, these are limited by the definitions related with the semantics and applicability of the used concept.
Review of Management and Economical Engineering Volume 9 Issue 2
ISSN: 1583-624X
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