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EPA conducts leading-edge research and fosters the sound use of science and technology to fulfill its mission to protect human health and safeguard the environment. The Agency's goal is to develop and apply the best available science to address current and future environmental hazards, as well as new approaches toward improving environmental protection. EPA's research program advances our understanding of environmental processes, human health and ecological impacts. This understanding enhances our capability to respond to and solve environmental problems. The EPA maintains a number of research facilities throughout the United States

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Air Models, Emission Factor Models, Exposure Assessment Models, Livestock Analysis Models, Mass Balance Models, Multimedia Integrated Models, Risk Models, Water Models

Biomonitoring, Monitoring Stations, Sampling

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Risk Assessment

Technology Transfer

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Drinking Water Methods, Marine Water Methods

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