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National Wetland Mitigation Banking Study Wetland Mitigation Banking

By: Dr. Robert W. Brumbaugh

Excerpt: ELI identified existing and proposed banks using a cut-off date of July 31, 1992, to assure consistency in the data. We defined existing banks as either (1) having a signed memorandum of understanding or similar instrument (e.g. permit) rendering it open for business or (2) having already issued credits with the acquiescence of one or more regulatory agencies. Thus, for purposes of this study, the essential characteristic was regulatory recognition that mitigati...

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Phosphorus Removal Efficiency Upgrading at Municipal Wastewater Tr...

By: Canviro Consultants Ltd

1. Historical review -- 2. Sampling program -- 3. Performance improvements -- 4. Summary report

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Grain Size Distribution of the Surface Sediments Collected during ...

By: Brian J. Eadie

Excerpt: Grain Size Distribution Of The Surface Sediments Collected During The Lake Michigan Mass Balance And The Environmental Mapping And Assessment Programs. The Lake Michigan Mass Balance (LMMB) study, a national demonstration program within EPA, was initiated to develop improved strategies for management and control of toxic chemicals in the coastal environment. The program included measurement and modeling of the transport, fate, and bioaccumulation of four chemica...

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Remediation and Restoration of an Oil Contaminated Wetland

By: Environmental Protection Agency

Excerpt: Introduction: ???? Louisiana contains over 30% of the nation?s wetlands and its only national forest, Kisatchie National Forest, covers much of the central and northern regions of the state. ???? Oil production and exploration take place in both of these environments, and as a result, they are at risk to petroleum contamination due to accidental spills, leaks, or discharges.

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Phosphorus Removal Efficiency Upgrading at Municipal Wastewater Tr...

By: Canviro Consultants Ltd

1. Historical review -- 2. Sampling program -- 3. Performance improvements -- 4. Summary report

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A Model of Organic Chemical Fate in a Biological Wastewater Treatm...

By: Ontario Ministry of Environment and Energy
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Impact of Sault Ste. Marie East End Wastewater Treatment Plant Dis...

By: Kauss, P. B; Nettleton, Peter Clark, 1956; Ontario Ministry of the Environment

Slavery ; Slave trade

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Wetlands : Their Use and Regulation

By: United States. Congress. Office of Technology Assessment

Marine Biological Laboratory and Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution ; Boston Library Consortium

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Aquatic and Wetland Plants of Southwestern United States

By: Correll, Donovan Stewart, 1908; Correll, Helen B

Bibliography: p. 1737-1738

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Tudur - Urban Environment Tg April 2-3, 2003 : Cities and Climate ...

By: Anthony G. Bigio

Economics

Climate change is affecting cities in developing countries in addition to their other developmental challenges -- Part of WB?s portfolio of infrastructure projects exposed to climate change risks -- Staff should internalize climate change considerations to better advise our clients and prepare urban operations...

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Mercury in Surficial Sediments

By: Environmental Protection Agency

Excerpt: Sediments can be a reservoir of trace contaminants. This is true for mercury, which is strongly attached to particles in the water column and settles to the lake bottom along with the particles to become the building blocks of the sediment. Surficial sediment particles enriched in mercury may be resuspended by currents and waves and transported by currents to new locations. Eventually a particle with its associated mercury is buried by particles deposited at a l...

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Degradation Pathways of Pcb Upon Gamma Irradiation

By: Fran├žois Lepine

Government Reference Publication

Introduction: In a previous publication (I), the effects of gamma irradiation on Aroclor 1260 in solution were investigated. Considerable modlcations of the polychlorinated biphenyl (PCB) gas chromatographic profile were observed at irradiation doses similar to the maximum recommended by the Food and Aericultural Ormnkation of the United Nations (,F AO.) for fogd processin; Interestingly, dechlorination was the sole degradation pathway observed. Most of the congeners for...

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Pcbs Trans-Nonachlor in Sediment

By: Environmental Protection Agency

Excerpt: A total of 133 sediment samples were collected from 117 stations in Lake Michigan and 6 stations in Green Bay and analyzed for PCBs and trans-nonachlor. The samples were collected as described in Sections 2.2.4 and 2.5.4. Selection of sampling sites was based on prior information of the spatial distribution of sediment grain size, composition (e.g., organic carbon), sediment layer thickness, mixed layer depth, and 137Cs and 210Pb inventories. Emphasis was placed...

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Hydroxylated Pcb Metabolites and Pcbs in Serum from Pregnant Faroe...

By: Britta Fangstrom

Government Reference Publication

Excerpt: In the Faroe Islands in the North Atlantic, the traditional diet includes pilot whale meat and blubber and other marine food. Fatty fish and blubber of mammals may contain high concentrations of organohalogen substances (OHSs). Elevated levels of OHSs have been reported from the Faroe Islands, first documented in breast milk samples obtained in 1987. The aim of this study was to determine the concentrations of hydroxylated polychlorinated biphenyls (OH-PCBs) and...

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A Treatability Study for the Phytoremediation of Petroleum-Contami...

By: Environmental Protection Agency

Excerpt: Project Cooperators?USEPA??US Fish and Wildlife Services??US Forest Services??Sand Creek Consultants??Indiana Dept. of Environmental Management??Roy F. Weston, Inc. EPA START Contractor??BP Amoco

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Polychlorinated Biphenyl (Pcb) Isolers Standard Solutions

By: Ontario Ministry of the Environment
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Basic Computing Using Windows

By: Wikibooks Contributors

Text Books

Excerpt: Computers and Peripherals. What is a computer? A computer is a machine that inputs (takes in) facts and information (known as data), and then processes (does something to or with) it. Afterwards it outputs, or displays, the results for you to see. Data is all kinds of information, including, pictures, letters, numbers, and sounds. There are two main parts of computers, hardware and software. Hardware is all of the parts of the computer you can see and touch. Sof...

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Investigation of Stripping of Volatile Organic Contaminants in Mun...

By: Thompson, Doug; Municipal Industrial Strategy for Abatement Program (Ont.); Ontario Ministry of the Environment; Ontario. Municipal/Industrial Strategy for Abatement

Public document no. 57 ; Part of the plates, tables annd diagrams are folded

Water-supply ; Sewerage

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Assessment of the Comprehensive Technical Assistance Technique for...

By: Ontario Ministry of the Environment and Energy; Ontario Ministry of the Environment and Energy. Science and Technology Branch; Wastewater Technology Centre (Canada)

Ballantine, William Gay

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Fate of Volatile Organic Compounds in Wastewater Collection System...

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