To assess the hazards of the releases of toxic chemicals to the atmosphere, comprehensive model systems are often used. This paper reviews knowledge gaps that were resolved in the past ten years by new theoretical and experimental research.
Jul 21, 2021
Development of a Quality-Controlled Chlorine Gas Concentration Data Base for the Jack Rabbit II Field Experiments
This paper describes the network of chlorine point sensors used during JR II, corrections to the measurements taken by MiniRAE sensors, and analyses using the concentrations measured along the concentric arcs 0.2–11 km away from the source.
Jan 26, 2021
The Risk-Mitigation Value of the Transportation Worker Identification Credential: A Comprehensive Security Assessment of the TWIC Program
The Transportation Worker Identification Credential (TWIC) is designed to enhance security at U.S. ports. This report provides the findings from an assessment of the TWIC program, along with the assessors' recommendations.
May 13, 2020
This report offers insights into effects of surveillance technology on border outcomes. The underlying research demonstrated the promise and limits of quasi-experimental statistical methods for evaluating the impact of border-enforcement measures.
May 7, 2020
Human Smuggling and Associated Revenues: What Do or Can We Know About Routes from Central America to the United States?
The authors examine the structure, operations, and financing of actors that engage in human smuggling along routes from Central America to the United States and develop a preliminary estimate of revenues associated with human smuggling.
Apr 22, 2019
Human Smuggling from Central America to the United States: What Is Known or Knowable About Smugglers' Operations and Revenues?
RAND researchers examined the structure, operations, and financing of actors that engage in human smuggling along routes from Central America to the United States and developed a preliminary estimate of revenues associated with human smuggling.
Apr 22, 2019