Risk Assessment Methods for Environmental Accounting

Hovering Over the Harbor
The $600 million extension to the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Center features a highly sculpted roof inspired by the uplifting image of seabirds in flight, as well as a 300-ft-long...

State of the Arts
The complicated structural engineering that went into the Nancy Lee and Perry R. Bass Performance Hall in Fort Worth, Texas, allows patrons and performers to focus fully on the arts, and...

Expedited Environmental Investigations for Base Conversion

Using Groundwater Models in Remediation Decisions

Road Safety Audits - A Summary of Current Practice

Developing a GIS for Environmental Site Assessment

A New Approach to Licensing: Wisconsin Electric's Wilderness Shores Settlement Agreement

Developing Geomorphic Post Project Appraisals for Environmentally-Aligned River Channel Management

Classifying Vehicles Using Their Auditory Signature Based on an Auditory Model

A Simplified Process Audit to Design an Affordable Pollution Prevention and Waste Management Plan - Part 1
This paper presents a simplified approach to the general audit procedure that is applicable to the Small and Medium Enterprise (SME). The process leads to the identification of major sources...

Validation of the Simplified Audit Process at a Roofing Tar Paper Speciality Product Manufacturer - Part 2
The Simplified Audit Process (SAP) is presently tested in a roofing tar paper speciality product manufacturer in Joliette, Quebec. The steps involved in the process had helped the company...

SQIG: A DOE Complex-Wide Approach to Savings through Sharing

Project and Process Effectiveness Using Performance-Based Auditing Techniques

A Statistical Method for Evaluating Sampling Configurations of Spatially Variable Parameters in Environmental Site Audits

Topic: Environmental Site Assessment

Tema: Evaluación Ambiental

A Post-Development Audit of the Pick-Sloan Program

Managing Riparian Zones and Watersheds with State Forest Practice Programs

Turning Down the Power
Traditionally, utilities have responded to demands for more power by simply increasing the energy supply. But this results in higher costs for both the supplier (in the form permitting,...





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