||Environment: 1972 EPA Summer Fellows Project (Summary).
||Washington Environmental Research Center, D.C. Environmental Studies Div.;National Bureau of Standards, Washington, D.C. Technical Analysis Div.;Homer Hoyt Inst., Washington, D.C.
Environmental surveys ;
Quality of life ;
Management planning ;
Economic factors ;
National Environmental Policy Act
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||The report deals with the concept of conducting a resident summer study session within EPA Headquarters for a small interdisciplinary group of graduate and undergraduate students. The students, composing five investigative teams, concentrated their efforts on a possible approach toward quantifying the concept of quality-of-life; development of an accounting system for allocating pollution produced by industry as a result of consumer demands for goods and services; determining the effects of leisure on outdoor recreation and the environment; investigating the realm of environmental management; and, how the generation of pollution differs as a characteristic of a community's location within large metropolitan areas.
||Prepared in cooperation with National Bureau of Standards, Washington, D.C. Technical Analysis Div., and Homer Hoyt Inst., Washington, D.C.
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