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|Title: ||Engineering: Cornell Quarterly, Vol.28, No.3 (Spring 1994): The Center for the Environment: Marketing Green Engineering|
|Authors: ||Dietert, Rodney R.|
Porter, Keith S.
DeGloria, Stephen D.
Barnaba, Eugenia M.
Philpot, William D.
Resler, Edwin L., Jr.
Harrison, Ellen Z.
Schuler, Richard E.
geographic information systems
|Issue Date: ||1994|
|Publisher: ||Internet-First University Press|
|Abstract: ||IN THIS ISSUE: The Center for the Environment: Marketing Green Engineering /2 (Practical people seek to fix environmental problems with a mix of teaching, research, and outreach.) ... Training Toxicologists to Be Team Players /4 (To be effective, toxicologists need to know about more than just the effects
of poisonous substances.) ... Development and Watershed Protection: Finding the Middle Ground /8 (The rights of watershed residents must be weighted in the balance with New York City's need for water.) ... Mapping Land Use for Local Government /14 (Remote sensing and geographic information systems make it possible to track changing patterns of land use.) ...
Recycling Organic Wastes: Research, Engineering, and Outreach /18 (Composting can greatly reduce the volume of municipal solid waste.) ... Reducing Greenhouse Gases: Promoting an International Accord /24 (A program for the voluntary reduction
of greenhouse gases can work if it is perceived as flexible and fair.) ... Faculty Publications /30|
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