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|Main Title||Standard air pollution classification network : a thesaurus of terms (as used in the APTIC database) /|
|CORP Author||United States. Environmental Protection Agency. Office of Air Quality Planning and Standards.|
|Publisher||U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Air and Waste Management, Office of Air Quality Planning and Standards,|
|Stock Number||PB-292 038|
|Subjects||Subject headings--Air pollution|
|Additional Subjects||Subject headings--Air pollution ; Thesauri ; Subject index terms ; Terminology ; Pollution ; Nomenclature|
|Collation||1 volume (various pagings) ; 28 cm|
This thesaurus of terms contains all of the standardized terminology and rules for its use as applicable to the Air Pollution Technical Information Center (APTIC) bibliographic file on the subject of air pollution. The thesaurus is of use to those who wish to search the APTIC bibliographic file for any particular document or for documents on any stated subject in the air pollution field. The thesaurus would also be useful to anyone wishing to compile a glossary or thesaurus on the subject of air pollution, either as an entity or as part of a broader work on the environment.
EPA-450/1-78-002. March 1978. Includes bibliographical references (page 7).
Maud Hart Lovelace--internationally famed author of the Betsy-Tacy children's books--joined literary forces with her husband, Delos, to produce Gentlemen from England, first published in 1937. It's the fictionalized story of a real nineteenth-century English colony near Fairmont, Minnesota, located not far from Maud Lovelace's hometown of Mankato. Tales of the immigrant British men and women, striving to recreate English country estates on the Minnesota prairie, intrigued the Lovelaces. The authors' thorough research became the basis for this vivid novel of colorful fox hunts, festive balls, and English family life set on the huge bean farms bought from a land speculator. A new introduction by Borealis Books editor Sarah P. Rubinstein sketches the history of the English colony and tells how the Lovelaces worked together to bring it alive in this delightful book.