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Jeff Daniels, D.Env. Faculty Profile
Human Health, Ecological, and Radiological Risk Analyses
Biosphere multimedia, multipathway Exposure Assessment
Climate change and health risk
- BA Biology, UCLA (1974)
- MS (Env. Micro), Biology CSUN (1978)
- Doctorate Env. Science & Eng. (D.Env.), UCLA (1981)
Daniels, J.I., and J.B. Chapman (2013), “Determination and Maintenance of De Minimis Risk for Migration of Residual Tritium (3H) From the 1969 Project Rulison Nuclear Test to Nearby Hydraulically Fractured Natural Gas Wells,” Health Phys. 104(5), 517–531.
Daniels, J.I. (2012), “The Convergence of Enhanced Nanomaterials (ENMs) with Environment, Health, and Safety (EHS) Risk,” invited presentation to NATO Advanced Research Workshop: MENNE—Multidisciplinary Endeavor in Nanobiology, Nanoscience, and Environment, held 16-20 April 2012, at Mediterranean Institute for Life Science (MedILS), Split, Croatia (CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS).
Daniels, J.I., K.T. Bogen, and L.C. Hall (2000), “Analysis of Uncertainty and Variability in Exposure to Characterize Risk: Case Study Involving Trichloroethylene Groundwater Contamination at Beale Air Force Base in California,” Water, Air, Soil Pollut. 123, 273–298.
McKone, T.E., and J.I. Daniels (1991), “Estimating Human Exposure Through Multiple Pathways from Air, Water, and Soil,” Regul. Toxicol. Pharmacol. 13, 36–61.
National Academy of Sciences/National Research Council & Institute of Medicine, Committee on Detection, Protection, and Treatment Research and Development Needs for Improved Civilian Response to the Health and Medical Consequences of Chemical and Biological Incidents, Washington, DC, July 1997 to December 1999.
Yucca Mountain Program, Biosphere Model Reviewer for License Application, United States Department of Energy, Las Vegas, NV, June 2001 to September 2001.
United States Department of Veterans Affairs Committee, Review of Morbidity and Mortality Incidence in Military Personnel Possibly Exposed to Chemical Munitions Destruction at Khamisiyah, Iraq, Washington, DC, Summer 1999.
Guest Lecturer, Henry Samueli School of Engineering and Applied Science,University of California, Los Angeles, California, 1992, 1994, 1996.
Guest Instructor, UC Santa Cruz Extension Program, University of California Santa Cruz, Santa Clara Campus, 1993.
Educator/Consultant to U.S. State Department through Harvard Institute for International Development, Cambridge, MA, 1995.
Guest Lecturer, Goldman School of Public Policy, University of California, Berkeley, California, 1995.