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View Resource Health Care: Biosensors

Years from now, a typical doctor visit might not include dull magazines, pharmacy lines, and saying "Ahh." Instead, a chip implanted in the body will function as a constant on-board doctor, detecting...

http://www.pcmag.com/article2/0,2817,1130635,00.asp
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 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 Classification and Conservation Assessment of High Elevation Wetland Communities in the Allegheny Mountains of West Virginia

Wetland communities above 730 meters (2400 feet) elevation in the Allegheny Mountain region of West Virginia are characterized by exceptionally high biodiversity and conservation value. A new...

http://www.wvdnr.gov/publications/PDFFiles/High%20Allegheny%...
View Resource Exploring Opportunities to Integrate State Wildlife Action Plans with State Wetland Mitigation and Restoration Programs

ELI (Environmental Law Institute) has published a report from a workshop: Explore Opportunities to Integrate the State Wildlife Action Plans into Improved Wetland Conservation and Restoration,...

http://www.eli.org/pdf/joint_meeting/ELI%20Workshop%20Final%...
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