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Bare J.C. 2006. Risk assessment and life-cycle impact assessment (LCIA) for human health cancerous and noncancerous emissions: integrated and complementary with consistency within the USEPA. Human & Ecological Risk Assessment. 12(3):493-509.

Chen H., et al. 2014. A bibliometric investigation of life cycle assessment research in the web of science databases. The International Journal of Life Cycle Assessment. 19(10):1674-1685.

Crettaz P., et al. 2002. Assessing human health response in life cycle assessment using ED10s and DALYs: Part 1—Cancer effects. Risk Analysis. 22(5):931-946.

De Schryver A.M., et al. 2011. Value choices in life cycle impact assessment of stressors causing human health damage. Journal of Industrial Ecology. 15(5):796-815.

Hertwich E.G., et al. 2001. Human toxicity potentials for life‐cycle assessment and toxics release inventory risk screening. Environmental Toxicology & Chemistry. 20(4):928-939.

Huijbregts M.A., et al. 2000. Priority assessment of toxic substances in life cycle assessment. Part I: Calculation of toxicity potentials for 181 substances with the nested multi-media fate, exposure and effects model USES–LCA. Chemosphere. 41(4):541-573.

Huijbregts M.A., et al. 2000. Priority assessment of toxic substances in life cycle assessment. Part II: assessing parameter uncertainty and human variability in the calculation of toxicity potentials. Chemosphere. 41(4):575-588.

Huijbregts M.A., et al. 2001. Priority assessment of toxic substances in life cycle assessment. III: Export of potential impact over time and space. Chemosphere. 44(1):59-65.

Huijbregts M.A., et al. 2005. Human‐toxicological effect and damage factors of carcinogenic and noncarcinogenic chemicals for life cycle impact assessment. Integrated Environmental Assessment & Management. 1(3):181-244.

Nigge K.M. 2001. Generic spatial classes for human health impacts, Part I. The International Journal of Life Cycle Assessment. 6(5):257-264.

Nigge K.M. 2001. Generic spatial classes for human health impacts, part II. The International Journal of Life Cycle Assessment. 6(6):334-338.

Pennington D., et al. 2002. Assessing human health response in life cycle assessment using ED10s and DALYs: Part 2—Noncancer effects. Risk Analysis. 22(5):947-963.

Pennington D., et al. 2004. Aquatic ecotoxicological indicators in life‐cycle assessment. Environmental Toxicology & Chemistry. 23(7):1796-1807.

Pennington D.W., et al. 2006. Risk and regulatory hazard-based toxicological effect indicators in life-cycle assessment (LCA). Human and Ecological Risk Assessment. 12(3):450-475.

Pizzol M., et al. 2011. Eco-toxicological impact of “metals” on the aquatic and terrestrial ecosystem: A comparison between eight different methodologies for Life Cycle Impact Assessment (LCIA). Journal of Cleaner Production. 19(6):687-698.

Pizzol M., et al. 2011. Impacts of “metals” on human health: a comparison between nine different methodologies for Life Cycle Impact Assessment (LCIA). Journal of Cleaner Production. 19(6):646-656.

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