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View Resource Oil Sands

Oil sands (also called tar sands) consist of bitumen (which is soluble organic matter derived from degradation of oil either as seeps that come to surface or within shallow subsurface reservoirs) and...

http://emd.aapg.org/technical_areas/oil_sands.cfm
View Resource Word from the Street: Toxicity and Health

Issues of toxicity and health have become areas of concern for the financial community, leading to more engagement between investors and companies on toxic chemicals in products. Science, media...

http://www.bsr.org/reports/Word_From_St_Toxicity_Health.pdf
View Resource Measuring Corporate Impact on Ecosystems: A Comprehensive Review of New Tools

Learn how to integrate new ecosystem services into your corporate planning and daily decision-making. This report on ecosystem services?the collective benefits provided by a community of animals a...

http://www.bsr.org/reports/BSR_EMI_Tools_Application.pdf
View Resource Inspector

An inspector's job duties include architectural design, inspection of paving projects, building erections and sewer and water installations. It is important for him to keep detailed records of the...

http://www.careers.iptv.org/people_detail.cfm?pplID=419&occi...
View Resource Geologist

Geology is a career that offers many different options. A geologist can focus on areas such as rocks, land formations, water and many more. This geologist works in hydrogeology - or the study of...

http://www.careers.iptv.org/people_detail.cfm?pplID=441&occi...
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