An assessment endpoint is Formal expressions of the actual environmental value that is to be protected (Suter 1990). Risk Assessment Forum defines this as an "explicit expression of the environmental value that is to be protected (RAF 1992, 37). Operationally in EMAP, an assessment endpoint is the range, proportion, or percentage of a resource that is known with statistical confidence to be in a specified condition. (See related: condition indicator, nominal, and subnominal.)
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