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DYNAMIC SIMULATION FOR INTEGRATED WATER AND ENERGY RESOURCE PLANNING
There are few resources as critical to human productivity as clean, accessible water and abundant, inexpensive energy. As the human race continues to evolve and struggle with its role on Planet Earth, cautious and effective ...
System Dynamics Simulation for Park Management: A Case Study of Glacier National Park, Montana
National park management encounters the challenge of conserving the park unimpaired for the enjoyment of future generations. Many national parks in the world are faced with resource degradation due to overcrowding on roads ...
SURVEY OF WATER QUALITY IN NORTHERN MALAWI, AFRICA, AND COMMUNICATION OF HUMAN HEALTH RISK
Throughout Malawi, governmental, non-governmental, religious and civic organizations are targeting the human need for water. Diarrheal diseases, often associated with unsafe drinking water, are a leading cause of mortality ...
Regional Sustainability Assessment: Improving Collaboration And Coordination Across Watershed Plans In The Spokane River Basin
Local watershed and aquifer planning has come about as a result of the recognition that solutions to local problems needed to be discovered and implemented by those who are most affected. In large basins with multiple ...
Population Genetics of Phalaris arundinacea L. In A Western United States Wetland
Turnbull National Wildlife Refuge (henceforth Refuge) is located in east central Washington State. This area, within the Channeled Scablands, was created by numerous and enormous floods over 15,000 years ago. The refuge ...
The Effects of Select Herbicides on the Biological Soil Crust in Shrub Steppe Areas of the Columbia Basin, Washington
The effects of herbicides used on arid lands in the Columbia Basin, Washington State on components of biological soil crusts (BSCs) were investigated. Active ingredients in the herbicides investigated were two synthetic ...