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Appendix E SUGGESTED READINGS Bukowski, R. W., W. W. Jones, B. C. Levin, and C. L. Forney. 1989. Hazard I. Fire Hazard Assessment Method,. NIST Handbook 146, National Institute of Standards and Technology, Gaithersburg, MD. Clarke, F. B., R. W. Bukowski, S. W. Stiefel, I. R. Hall, Ir., and S. A. Steele. 1990. "The National Fire Risk Assessment Research Project: Final Report, National Fire Protection Research Foundation, Quincy, MA. Hartzell, G. E. 1991. Combustion Products and Their Effects on Life Safety, Fire Protection Handbook Seventeenth Edition. National Fire Protection Association. Quincy, MA. ISO. 1989. Toxicity Testing of Fire Effluents," ISO/TR 9122. International Organization for Standardization, Geneva, Switzerland. Kaplan, H. L., A. F. Grand, and G. E. HartzelI. 1983. Combustion Toxicology: Principles and Teat Methods, Technomic Publishing Company, Inc., Lancaster, PA. Klimisch, H. I., I. E. Doe, G. E. Hartzell, S. C. Packham, I. Pauluhn, and D. A. Purser. 1987. Bioassay Procedures for Fire Effluents: Basic Principles, Criteria and Metho~iology,~ Journal of Fire Sciences, Vol. 5, pp. 71-145. Purser, D. A. 1988. Toxicity Assessment of Combustion Products and Modeling of Toxic and Thermal Hazards in Fired SFPE Handbook of Fire Protection Engineering, National Fire Protection Association, Quincy, MA, Section I, pp. 200-245. 85