The book Assessment of Inhalation Hazards written in 1989 analyzes data from animal exposure and human epidemiology studies for the purpose of assessing the risk posed by pollutants. Initial chapters focus on the various approaches and problems in designing and evaluating exposure studies. A major portion of the book is devoted to the interpretation of the results from such studies. The book is broken into parts and then chapters. The parts cover epidemiological causes, animal causes, dosimetric, mechanistic, and case studies broken down by what aspect of the data on Inhalation hazards.