1 edition of Environmental information sources found in the catalog.
Environmental information sources
|Statement||edited by Thomas F.P. Sullivan, Richard F. Hill.|
|Contributions||Sullivan, Thomas F. P., Hill, Richard F., Government Institutes.|
|LC Classifications||TD169.5 .E57 1986|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxii, 218 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||218|
|LC Control Number||86082469|
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The Competitive Enterprise Institute’s The Environmental Source () is the essential reference book on environmental policy, covering a wide range of topics including global warming, free-market environmentalism, biotechnology, chemical risk, and more.
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EPA’s mission, to protect human health and the environment, means working with stakeholders in every corner of the US. EPA has Regional offices that have a responsibility to oversee the execution of EPA programs within several states and territories. This page helps find information on environmental conditions and EPA activities for specific locations of the United States.
Reference and information services are considered an important activity of a modern library. This comprehensive and student-friendly book discusses in detail different types of information and reference sources and services, such as encyclopaedias, directories, yearbooks, dictionaries, geographical sources, biographical sources, statistical sources and handbooks.5/5(4).
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Introduction to Environmental Technology organizes a wealth of current need-to-know information into a reader-friendly format that maximizes learning.
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This content is under review. Following Machinery of Government changes on 1 Februarywe are reviewing this content for transition to our new corporate website. Find Environmental Data (FED).Wherever you get your information, to ensure that you conform to academic standards and rules, you should keep a note of your sources.
In the case of books and journals you should take especial care to note page numbers if you intend to use a quote or to paraphrase or summarise from any publication.