Technology Assessment for Hydrogen from Renewable Energy
This paper is a preliminary report on an assessment of technologies for hydrogen production from renewable resources, and an investigation of the problems and issues involved in assimilating...

Solar Ponds for Power and Water Quality Control
The status is provided on a solar pond test project in which the Bureau of Reclamation is involved in a cooperative effort with UTEP (The University of Texas at El Paso), Bruce Foods Corporation,...

Simulation of Airborne Snow Water Equivalent Measurement Errors Made over a Forest Environment
The Office of Hydrology of the National Weather Service has developed and maintains an operational Airborne Gamma Radiation Snow Survey Program in the upper Midwest (Peck, et al. , 1980)....

Remedial Action at the Salt Lake City Uranium Mill Tailings Site

Ground-Water Investigation at Two UMTRA Sites

Uses of Radiation in Water and Wastewater Treatment

Progress Report of the Task Committee on Radiation in Engineering

On a Dynamic Mixed Boundary-Value Problem of a Rigid Body Upon a Semi-Infinite Elastic Medium

Disinfecting with Ultraviolet Radiation
The benefits of disinfecting treated effluent to meet discharge permits with ultraviolet radiation instead of ozone or chlorine are that it does not produce toxic chemical residuals like...

Oxyphotolytic Destruction of Trihalomethane in Water

Radon Levels in Metropolitan Denver Homes

New Method for Dynamic Impedance of Piles

Localized Nonlinear Effects in Soil-Structure Interaction

Mechanics of Soil-Heat Interaction and Its Thermal Storage Capacity

Noise Enhancement/Suppression from Acoustically Excited Jets

Concurrent Forward and Backscatter LDA Measurement

Temperature/Sediment Model for a Shallow Lake
The effects of turbid water inflow into a shallow reservoir (Lake Chicot, Ark.) are described, analyzed, and modeled. Relationships between turbidity, solar radiation reflection and solar...

Ozone and Weather Patterns in Japan and the U.S.
Air pollution and meteorological data were collected in April-June, 1979 for 49 consecutive days in the Tsukuba area about 60 km northeast of Tokyo. Hourly O3,...

Boundary Integral Solutions of Water Wave Problems
The Boundary Integral Equation Method (BIEM) is extended to solve three-dimensional, linearized, transient water wave problems. Only the radiation problems concerning long waves generated...

Estimating Potential Evapotranspiration
Increasing population and needs for an augmented food supply give greater importance to improved procedures for estimating agricultural water requirements both for irrigation and for rain-fed...





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