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View Resource Putting A Price On Riparian Corridors As Water Treatment Facilities

By Ann L. Riley, Ph.D., Watershed and River Restoration Advisor, San Francisco Bay Regional Water Quality Control Board, Oakland, CA, Jan. 2008 -- The monetary value of natural riparian environments...

http://www.aswm.org/wetland-programs/state-wetland-programs/...
View Resource State Wetland Protection: Status, Trends & Model Approaches

The Environmental Law Institute has released a final report of a 50-state study that described and analyzed seven "core" components of state wetland programs: state laws, regulations, and programs;...

http://www.elistore.org/reports_detail.asp?ID=11279
View Resource Twine Line

The Ohio Sea Grant just published its winter 2008 issue of Twine Line. In this issue they address the following topics: Ohio Sea Grant Technology Uses Algae, Sound Waves to Remove Mercury from Lake...

http://www.ohioseagrant.osu.edu/_documents/twineline/v30i1.p...
View Resource Biomass Cofiring: A Transition to a Low-Carbon Future

Biomass cofiring refers to the simultaneous combustion of a biomass fuel and a base fuel to produce energy, usually electrical power. The most common base fuel is coal. The most common sources of...

http://www.eesi.org/files/cofiring_factsheet_030409.pdf
View Resource Food and Crop Waste: A Valuable Biomass Feedstock

With virtually all of the biofuels currently produced in the United States sourced from either soybeans or corn, there is significant interest in developing a diverse array of biomass feedstocks that...

http://www.eesi.org/files/foodwaste_factsheet_finaldraft_040...
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