Volume 3, Issue 3, November 2013
Pages: 116 - 126
A chemical spill into a river presents a significant threat to human health and the aquatic environment. A
mathematical model is presented for predicting the chemical concentrations in a river resulting from a chemical
spill. A screening risk assessment approach is presented to characterize the risk...
Pages: 127 - 134
The Viet Nam economy, especially the stock exchange, has been influenced by the global crisis during and after the
period 2007-2009. How much risk for a typical industry in an emerging market such as Viet Nam? For specific
industries, such as banking, insurance, investment and security industries,...
Pages: 135 - 145
Nowadays, the acute and chronic adverse health effects caused by benzene exposure have attracted wide attention.
In this paper, we evaluate the health risk based on the four-step method recommended by U.S. Environmental
Protection Agency (USEPA). We present a method using the Monte Carlo Simulating...
Pages: 146 - 155
China is one of the most severely affected countries by coastal erosion. About 70% of the sandy beaches and most of muddy tidal flat in open water regions are erode. Coastal erosion results in the width of beach being narrowed, bathing beach destruction, coast-protection facilities and roads collapse,...