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Community-based research as a mechanism to reduce environmental health disparities in American Indian and Alaska Native communities (JOURNAL)
Racial and ethnic minority communities, including American Indian and Alaska Natives, have been disproportionately impacted by environmental pollution and contamination. This includes siting and location of point sources of pollution, legacies of contamination of drinking and re...
Metabolically Derived Human Ventilation Rates: A Revised Approach Based Upon Oxygen Consumption Rates (Final Report, 2009) (PUBLISHED REPORT)
EPA announced the availability of the final report, <i>Metabolically Derived Human Ventilation Rates: A Revised Approach Based Upon Oxygen Consumption Rates</i>. This report provides a revised approach for calculating an individual's ventilation rate directly from their oxygen c...
PROBABILISTIC MONITORING FOR TRIBAL AQUATIC RESOURCE: EPA'S NATIONAL COASTAL ASSESSMENT TRIBAL TRAINING (PRESENTATION)
Harvey, James, David Lawes, Vincent Cooke and Tom Heitmuller. In press. Probabilistic Monitoring for Tribal Aquatic Resources: EPA's National Coastal Assessment Tribal Training (Abstract). To be presented at the Monitoring Science and Technology Symposium, 20-24 September 2004, D...
MAKAH TRIBAL PERSPECTIVE ON PROBABILISTIC MONITORING (PRESENTATION)
Tribes are sovereign and independent nations, many have treaty-reserved rights to hunt, fish and gather outside the borders of their reservation lands. Further, the U.S. government has a trust responsibility (recently re-affirmed by President George Bush through Executive Order: ...