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Main Title Second Joint U.S./USSR Symposium on the Comprehensive Analysis of the Environment, Held at Honolulu, Hawaii October 21-26, 1975.
CORP Author Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, D.C. Office of Research and Development.
Year Published 1976
Report Number EPA/600/9-76/024;
Stock Number PB-259 520
Additional Subjects Environmental impacts ; Meetings ; United States ; USSR ; Loading ; Environmental surveys ; Ecology ; Human factors engineering ; Animals ; Chemical properties ; Fishes ; Public health ; Exhaust emissions ; Carcinogens ; Radiation ; Biological surveys ; Evaluation ; Forecasting ; Mathematical models ; Management systems ; Econometrics ; Regions ; Determination of stress ; Global problems ; Joint meetings
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NTIS  PB-259 520 Most EPA libraries have a fiche copy filed under the call number shown. Check with individual libraries about paper copy. 06/23/1988
Collation 174p
Abstract
This proceeding includes papers presented at the Second U.S./USSR Symposium on Comprehensive Analysis of the Environment. All the papers, except for one, were given in English or Russian at Honolulu, Hawaii, USA between October 23 and October 25, 1975. The paper by Gerasimov, Izrael, and Sokolov was given in New York on October 20, at a joint meeting with Biosphere Reserves Project. The publication of these proceedings is in accordance with the Memorandum of Fourth Meeting of the U.S./USSR Joint Committee on Cooperation in the Field of Environmental Protection, signed in Washington on October 31, 1975, which called for independent publication in both the United States and the Soviet Union. Papers presented were grouped into the following categories: Maximum permissible load; Internal substance cycling in natural ecosystems; Human risk assessment; and Environmental stress and behavior.