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16. RISK ANALYSIS 16.1 Brown, B. and Patil, G. P. (1986).

Risk analysis in the Georges Bank Haddock Fishery - A pragmatic example of dealing with uncertainty. North American Journal of Fisheries Management, 6, 183-191. 16.2 Patil, G. P. (1983). A perspective of quantitative risk analysis in ecological work. NATO ASI, Les Arcs, France, 1983. (Draft Manuscript) 16.3 Linder, E., Patil, G. P., and Vaughan, D. S. (1987). Application of an event tree risk analysis to fisheries management. Ecological Modeling, 36, 15-28. 16.4 Boswell, M. T., Linder, E., Ord, J. K., Patil, G. P., and Taillie, C. (1986). Time series regression methods for the evaluation of the causes of fluctuation in fishery stock sizes. In Oceans 86 Special Issue, IEEE, Piscataway, New Jersey. pp. 940-945. 16.5 Linder, E., Patil, G. P., Suter, G. W., and Taillie, C. (1986). Effects of toxic pollutants on aquatic resources using statistical models and techniques to extrapolate acute and chronic effects benchmarks. In Oceans 86 Special Issue, IEEE, Piscataway, New Jersey. pp. 960-963. 16.6 Boswell, M. T. and Patil, G. P. (1986). Field based coastal and estuarine statistical indices of marine degradation. In Oceans 86 Special Issue, IEEE, Piscataway, New Jersey. pp. 929-933. 16.7 Pugh, W. L., Patil, G. P., and Boswell, M. T. (1986). The crystal cube for coastal and estuarine degradation. Sea Technology, 33. 16.8 Patil, G. P. and Taillie, C. (1986). Discussion: Steven J. Broderius, 'Joint Aquatic Toxicity of Chemical Mixtures and Structure-Toxicity Relationships.' ASA/EPA Conference on Interpretation of Environmental Data. 1. Current Assessment of Combined Toxicant Effects May 5-6, 1986. 63-65. EPA-230-03-87-027, EPA, Washington, D.C. pp 63-65. 16.9 Patil, G. P., Babu, G. J., Boswell, M. T., Chatterjee, K., Linder, E., and Taillie, C. (1986). Statistical issues in combining ecological and environmental studies with examples in marine fisheries research and management. (1986). Proceedings of the ASA/EPA Conference on Statistical Issues in Combining Environmental Studies, EPA, Washington, D.C. pp. 70-88. 16.10 Boswell, M. T., Patil, G. P., and OConnor, J. S. (1987). Quantifying the severity of hypoxic effects. In Dissolved Oxygen in the Chesapeake Bay: Processes and Effects, Gail B. Mackiernan, ed. Maryland Sea Grant Publication, College Park, MD. pp. 159-174. 16.11 Linder, E., Patil, G. P., and Suter, G. (1993). Errors in variables analysis of extrapolation procedures in environmental toxicology. In Multivariate Environmental Statistics, G. P. Patil, and C. R. Rao, eds. North Holland/Elsevier Science Publishers, New York and Amsterdam. pp. 227-254. 16.12 Boswell, M. T., OConnor, J. S., and Patil, G. P. (1994). A crystal cube for coastal and estuarine degradation: Selection of endpoints and development of indices for use in decision making. In Handbook of Statistics Volume 12: Environmental Statistics, G. P. Patil, and C. R. Rao (eds). North Holland/Elsevier Science Publishers, New York and Amsterdam. pp. 771-790.

16.13 Talwalker, S., Patil, G. P., and Taillie, C. (1994). Dose response models for the probabilities of differential toxic effects in developmental toxicity study. (1994). (With C. Taillie and S. Talwalker). Journal of Statistical Research, 28(1&2), 221-232. 16.14 Talwalker, S., Patil, G. P., and Taillie, C. (1995). Qualitative and quantitative assessment of the risk from the exposure to fetotoxic chemical compounds. Environmental and Ecological Statistics, 2(1), 71-79. 16.15 Banga, J. S., Patil, G. P., and Taillie, C. (2000). Sensitivity of normal theory methods to model misspecification in the calculation of upper confidence limits on the risk function for continuous responses. Environmental and Ecological Statistics, 7(2), 177189. 16.16 Banga, J. S., Patil, G. P., and Taillie, C. (2002). Continuous dose response modeling and risk analysis with the gamma and reciprocal gamma distributions. Environmental and Ecological Statistics, 9(3), 273-293. 16.17 Banga, J. S., Patil, G. P., and Taillie, C. (2002). Direct calculation of likelihood-based benchmark dose levels for quantitative responses Environmental and Ecological Statistics , 9(3), 295-315. 16.18 Banga, J. S., Patil, G. P., and Taillie, C. (2001).Likelihood contour method for the calculation of asymptotic upper confidence limits on the risk function for quantitative responses. Risk Analysis, 21(4), 613623.