A Hazardous Data Explosion
During the 1980s, public concern and government regulations have spawned the huge hazardous waste management industry. But the industry has opened a Pandora's box for site engineers, most...

QSAR Based Expert System For Environmental Hazard Management
This study was done to investigate the feasibility of developing an Expert System for application in environmental hazard management and control. The specific objective of the study was...

Hazardous Waste Disposal: An Attitudinal Affront
Modern disposal facilities are thorough and conscientious in their methods. Environmentally sound practices are essential to protect the company and its clients from liability. The average...

Coastal Barrier Island Management in Florida
Coastal barriers in Florida have experienced the brunt of the state's rapid population growth. Excessive development of these environmentally sensitive areas has destroyed...

Coast Erosion and Community Perceptions at Nye Beach, Oregon

Managing Coastal Resource and Development Demands: The Lee County, Florida, Plan

Safety Against Inundation

The Construction of Homes on Four Active Coastal Landslides in Newport, Oregon: Unbelievable but True!

Occupational, Environmental, and Public Health in Semic: A Case Study of Polychlorinated Biphenyl (PCB) Pollution

Coastal Hazard Area Management in New York State

Assessment of Global Coastal Hazards from Sea Level Rise

Developing Policies to Improve the Effectiveness of Coastal Flood Plain Management

Emergency Response to Coastal Disasters: the January 17-18, 1988 Southern California Storm Experience

The Great Lakes Water Quality Agreements: How to Assess Progress Toward a Goal of Ecosystem Integrity

Coastal Hazards Along Shandong Peninsula

A Case for Selecting Only Deterministic Spillway Design Floods for High Hazard Dams
The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission has under license or exemption from licensing more than 2000 hydroelectric dams. The Office of Hydropower Licensing published, in September 1986,...

GEOTOX-PC: A New Hazardous Waste Management Tool

Municipal Energy Recovery: The Case of Honolulu

Alternative Municipal Energy Recovery Systems

Biological Treatment of Hazardous Wastes
Biological treatment—using nature's bacteria and fungi—sometimes costs as little as 10-20% as incineration. Wastes in any form—solid, aqueous and gaseous—can be treated biologically....

 

 

 

 

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