Historic American Covered Bridges
Covered wooden bridges are a visual testament to the American spirit. Originally designed with roof-like covers to protect the exposed wood from the effects of sun and rain, these bridges...

Air Pollution at the Urban, Regional and Continental Scales

Legal and Regulatory Issues

Remediation of Soils

Technology Transfer

The Role of Bioremediation in Environmental Restoration and Pollution Prevention

Air Pollution Trends and Controls in North America: Los Angeles, Mexico City and Toronto

Sustainable Development and Environmental Conservation in the Americas

Healthy Environments and Environmental Health

The Intergovernmental Meeting of Hemispheric Environmental Technical Experts 11/1995: Projects and Priority Issues

Integration of Biotechnology in Remediation and Pollution Prevention Activities

Geo–Environmental Concerns in North America

Implementing Technical Cooperation in North American Water Resources

Non-Point Source Pollution Assessment of Mirror Lake Watershed, North Dakota

Structural Fire Design, North American Perspective

Fran-Spotting
When Hurricane Fran slammed into the North Carolina coast last September, it ravaged a fragile barrier island system already torn up by Hurricane Bertha two months before. The result was...

Environmental Quality, Innovative Technologies, and Sustainable Economic Development
A NAFTA Perspective
This workshop proceedings assesses the current level of environmental technologies available in key media and industrial areas and their role in enhancing environmental quality in international...

Nantahala Control Upgrades Provide Cost Savings

Physical and Computational Modeling of Bridge Scour at Oregon Inlet, North Carolina

On Scour's Frontier
Combing both computer and physical model studies, engineers attempted to assess the scour of a new North Carolina bridge that will bear the brunt of the East coast's worst...

 

 

 

 

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