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Transmittal of Revised Model Comfort Letter Clarifying NPL Listing, Uncontaminated Parcel Determinations, and CERCLA Liability Involving Transfers of Federally Owned Property.
Urban sprawl modeling, air quality monitoring, and risk communication : the Northeast Ohio Project.
Urban Stormwater Management: Legislation is Necessary. Session 3. Topics in Planning and Management.
Utilization of municipal wastewater and sludge for land reclamation and biomass production : symposium proceedings and engineering assessment.
Value of Individual Facilities.
Water Quality Functions of Riparian Forest Buffer Systems in the Chesapeake Bay Watershed.
Water Quality Versus Residential Development: Political and Administrative Aspects of Water Quality Maintenance in Perry and Clinton Reservoirs.
Water Resources Management for Metropolitan Washington: Analysis of the Joint Interactions of Water and Sewage Service, Public Policy, and Land Development Patterns in an Expanding Metropolitan Area.
Water Resources Management for Metropolitan Washington: Analysis of the Joint Interactions of Water and Sewage Services, Public Policy, and Land Development Patterns in an Expanding Metropolitan Area. (Appendices).
Who Pays for Sprawl: The Economic, Social, and Environmental Impacts of Sprawl Development: A Literature Review.
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