Other Papers, Reports, and Conference Proceedings

Small, M.J. 2012. Policy analysis at ES&T (guest comment). Environmental Science & Technology, 46(5): 2483.

Schultz, M.T., T.D. Borrowman and M. J. Small. 2011. Bayesian Networks for Modeling Dredging Decisions. US Army Corps of Engineers, Engineer Research and Development Center, ERDC/EL TR-11-14.

Rocks, S.A., S.J.T. Pollard, A. Angus, M.J. Small, P. Howsam and D. Goodman. 2010. Risk and responsibility: impact on policy making. Report of the Cranfield University Risk Centre to the UK Department for Business, Innovation and Skills (BIS), Cranfield, UK.

NRC. 2010. Review of the Department of Homeland Security’s Approach to Risk Analysis. Report of Committee to Review the Department of Homeland Security’s Approach to Risk Analysis, National Research Council, National Academies Press, Washington, DC  (Committee member and author of portions of report).

U.S. EPA Science Advisory Board. 2010. Review of EPA’s Draft Expert Elicitation Task Force White Paper, Report of the Expert Elicitation Advisory Panel, U.S. EPA Science Advisory Board, EPA-SAB-10-003, (Member of committee and author of portions of the report).

Peer Consultation Panel Report on the DuPont – EPA Site Related Environmental Assessment Program for Perfluorooctanoic Acid and its Salts (PFOA). 2009. M.J. Small (Independent Third Party  Administrator and Editor), J. Baker, K. Kurunthachalam, L.S. Lee, P. J. Lioy, S. A. Mabury, M. McLachlan, R.A. Schoof and T.B. Watson (contributing authors). Carnegie Mellon University.

Small, M.J., A. Krupnick, D. Bain, R. Clark, S. Farrow, W. Freudenburg, C. Harris, R. Kasperson, T. Prudhomme and C. Shelly Norman. 2007. Integrating Social Science Research into the WATERS Network.  Report of the WATERS Network Project Office Social Science Committee: .

Brusick, D.,  E. Cavalieri, D. Chakravarti, X. Ding, D. Longfellow, J. Nakamura, E. Rogan, M. Small and J. Swenberg. 2007. Module D:  Key Questions and Studies Needed to Better Understand Possible Genotoxic Modes of Action for Naphthalene.  Summary of deliberations conducted as part of Module D at the Naphthalene State-of-the-Science Symposium (NS3), Monterey, CA, October 9-12, 2006 (Facilitator for group and editor of final report).