Olivier Jolliet mainly focuses on Life-cycle assessment, Life cycle impact assessment, Environmental engineering, Intake fraction and Impact assessment. The concepts of his Life-cycle assessment study are interwoven with issues in Waste management, Environmental planning, Agriculture, Econometrics and Ecotoxicity. Olivier Jolliet works mostly in the field of Ecotoxicity, limiting it down to topics relating to Environmental protection and, in certain cases, Pesticide.
His Life cycle impact assessment research includes themes of Operations management, Best practice and Operations research. He interconnects Glazing and Pollutant in the investigation of issues within Environmental engineering. Olivier Jolliet has included themes like Agronomy, Multimedia, Toxicology, Scale and Fraction in his Intake fraction study.
His primary areas of investigation include Life-cycle assessment, Life cycle impact assessment, Environmental engineering, Environmental health and Environmental resource management. His Life-cycle assessment research integrates issues from Waste management, Risk analysis, Environmental impact assessment and Environmental planning. His biological study deals with issues like Risk assessment, which deal with fields such as Environmental exposure.
His work on Life cycle impact assessment is being expanded to include thematically relevant topics such as Operations management. Olivier Jolliet works mostly in the field of Environmental engineering, limiting it down to concerns involving Intake fraction and, occasionally, Toxicology. In Environmental resource management, Olivier Jolliet works on issues like Sustainability, which are connected to Environmental economics.
Olivier Jolliet spends much of his time researching Life-cycle assessment, Environmental health, Biochemical engineering, Throughput and Risk analysis. His Life-cycle assessment research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Natural resource, Resource depletion, Environmental resource management, Ecotoxicity and Variety. Olivier Jolliet interconnects Spatial ecology, Ecosystem and Intake fraction in the investigation of issues within Environmental resource management.
His Ecotoxicity research includes elements of Genetic algorithm, Hazardous waste, Environmental engineering and Field. His Environmental health research incorporates themes from Red meat, National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey, Disease burden and Biomonitoring. His Risk analysis research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Hazard, Exposure assessment, Decision tree and Scientific consensus.
His main research concerns Life-cycle assessment, Natural resource, Resource depletion, Impact assessment and Environmental resource management. In his study, which falls under the umbrella issue of Life-cycle assessment, Pesticide residue, Toxicology and Pesticide is strongly linked to Ecotoxicity. His work carried out in the field of Resource depletion brings together such families of science as Variety and Environmental quality.
His work deals with themes such as Risk analysis and Environmental planning, which intersect with Variety. Impact assessment is integrated with Operations research, Robustness, Standardization, Scale and Consistency in his research. His Environmental resource management study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Quality, Industrial ecology, Time horizon and Spatial ecology.
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IMPACT 2002+: A new life cycle impact assessment methodology
Olivier Jolliet;Manuele Margni;Raphaël Charles;Sébastien Humbert.
USEtox—the UNEP-SETAC toxicity model: recommended characterisation factors for human toxicity and freshwater ecotoxicity in life cycle impact assessment
Ralph K. Rosenbaum;Till M. Bachmann;Lois Swirsky Gold;Mark A. J. Huijbregts.
System Boundary Selection in Life-Cycle Inventories Using Hybrid Approaches
Sangwon Suh;Manfred Lenzen;Graham J. Treloar;Hiroki Hondo.
Environmental Science & Technology (2004)
Life cycle assessment part 2: current impact assessment practice.
D. W. Pennington;J. Potting;Göran Finnveden;E. Lindeijer.
Identifying best existing practice for characterization modeling in life cycle impact assessment
Michael Zwicky Hauschild;Mark Goedkoop;Jeroen Guinée;Reinout Heijungs.
Harmonisation of Environmental Life Cycle Assessment for Agriculture
R Clift;A Audsley;S Alber;S Cowell.
Life cycle impact assessment of pesticides on human health and ecosystems
M. Margni;D. Rossier;P. Crettaz;O. Jolliet.
Life cycle assessment of biofibres replacing glass fibres as reinforcement in plastics
T Corbière-Nicollier;B Gfeller Laban;L Lundquist;Y Leterrier.
Resources Conservation and Recycling (2001)
Defining intake fraction.
Deborah H. Bennett;Thomas E. McKone;John S. Evans;William W. Nazaroff.
Best available practice regarding impact categories and category indicators in life cycle impact assessment
Helias A. Udo de Haes;Olivier Jolliet;Göran Finnveden;Michael Hauschild.
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