Insurers, outside legal counsel, investors, state health officials, and particularly those affected by exposure to a hazard want to know not just where the hazard was found but also the number of persons, properties, and businesses affected over time.
All of these questions rely on knowing the impact of contamination on the population, which in turn requires knowing what population is affected by proximity to such a site.
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