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View Resource Industrial Ecosystems: Developing Sustainable Industrial Structures

This thesis proposes an alternate model for the organization and management of the technological structures that form the industrial economy. This alternative arises from the discipline of industrial...
View Resource IAQ Tools for Schools: Action Kit

Instructions, guides, and videos for running a school or district-wide program to improve indoor air quality.
View Resource RTP Program Environmental Impact Report (PEIR)

The environmental impact report for the Regional Transportation Plan (RTP) which integrates transportation, land-use, and the environment. The process, known as PILUT (Planning for Integrated Land...
View Resource Native American Virtual Reality Archaeology: An Architect's Perspective

Pre-Columbian Native American architecture of the Southwest U.S., specifically that of the so-called "Anasazi People", has always fascinated me. When my architecture practice brought me to work in...
View Resource Seasonal Distribution and Abundance of Larval and Juvenile Lost River and Shortnose Suckers in Hanks Marsh, Upper Klamath National Wildlife Refuge, Upper Klamath Lake, Oregon: 2007 Annual Report

In the summer of 2007, we undertook an assessment of larval and juvenile sucker use of Hanks Marsh in Upper Klamath Lake, Oregon. This 1,200-acre marsh on the southeastern shoreline of the lake...
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