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EPA science: casualty of election politics

Nature volume 381, pages 731732 (27 June 1996) | Download Citation

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The struggle between the Congress and the White House over environmental issues provides an opportunity for improving science at the US Environmental Protection Agency, a chance that may be lost in the fray of election-year politics.

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  1. Ecosystems Research Division, EPA National Exposure Research Laboratory, 960 College Station Road, Athens, Georgia 30605, USA

    • David L. Lewis

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