Ongoing research within EPAâs HSRP seeks to address current sampling (strategies and methods), decontamination, and waste management gaps in order to enhance our preparedness to respond to and recover from a biological contamination incident, from a small-scale structure to a wide-area biological terror incident. Filling these significant research gaps requires the continuation of innovative lab- and field-scale research efforts, further improving effective communication between researchers and incident responders
M. Worth Calfee; Research to Advance Decontamination, Sampling, and Analytical
Approaches Following Biological Terror Incidents
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Last date updated on July, 2014