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Environmental Resource Handbook
Compiled by Gray House, Millerton, NY: Gray House Publishing, 2002 (GE20 .E586 2002)
The ERH contains information on associations, research centers, environmental health, publications, educational programs, environmental law, trade shows, environmental statistics, green city rankings, grants, government agencies, consultants, green product catalogs, and web sites.
Beacham’s Guide to Environmental Issues and Sources
By Walton Beacham (Ed.), Washington, D.C.: Beacham Publishing, 1993 (GE115 .B43 1993)
More than 40,000 citations in a five volume set, this compilation highlights books, articles, videos, and other sources concerned with ecology, biodiversity, wildlife conservation, ecosystems, and recycling, and much more.
Environmental Contaminant Reference Databook (3vs.)
By Jan C. Prager, New York: Van Nostrand Reinhold, 1995 ( REF TD196 .C45 P73 1995, held in the reference room)
This title focuses on the environmental effects of potentially dangerous, federally regulated chemicals as well as those chemicals of special interest to safety professionals. The ECRD is a valuable reference compendium of the physical, chemical, and biological properties of environmental chemicals and mixtures.
Handbook of Environmental Data on Organic Chemicals (3rd ed., 3 vols.)
By Karel Verschueren, New York: Wiley, 2001 (TD196.O73 V47 2001)
The Handbook of Environmental Data on Organic Chemicals provides comprehensive, in-depth coverage of dangerous organic compounds along with the control measures designed to reduce their destructive impact on the ecosystem.
Practical Guide to Environmental Impact Assessment
By Betty B. Marriott, New York: McGraw-Hill, 1997 (TD194.65 .M37 1997)
This book gives the principles and overview of environmental impact assessment. It covers environmental standards, resource interactions, and the assessment process in detail. This practical guide to the assessment process will help ecologists, environmental scientists, and civil engineers to identify the conceptual foundation of the assessments they are preparing.
Handbook of Global Economic Policy (electronic version only)
By Stuart S. Nagel, New York: Marcel Dekker, 2000 (available through Ebrary with authorized IUPUI logon)
Written by nearly 25 authorities in the field, the "Handbook of Global International Policy" focuses on public policy issues among and within nations on every continent - comparing approaches and applications to real-world problems. With over 1000 key literature citations and illustrations, this book serves as timely reading for public administrators and public policy experts, political scientists, economists, sociologists, attorneys, and upper-level undergraduate and graduate students in these disciplines.
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