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The U.S. Government's Official Web Portal

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View Resource Microhydro-Electric Systems Simplified

Falling water can be a superb energy source for rural sites. Here’s a look into the basic pieces and parts of microhydro-electric systems.

http://www.homepower.com/view/?file=HP117_pg40_Cunningham
View Resource Congressional Research Service Reports: Mining

National Council for Science & the Environment Library provides related links to foundations, careers & jobs, meetings & conferences, research, laws & treaties, journals & other news sources, some...

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View Resource Congressional Research Service Reports: Pesticides

National Council for Science & the Environment Library provides related links to foundations, careers & jobs, meetings & conferences, research, laws & treaties, journals & other news sources, some...

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View Resource Congressional Research Service Reports: General Interest

The NLE currently posts 2048 CRS Reports on environmental and related topics. The Congressional Research Service (CRS), part of the Library of Congress, prepares its reports for the U.S. Congress....

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