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Cooper's Comprehensive Environmental Desk Reference

Cooper's Comprehensive Environmental Desk Reference

André R. Cooper (Editor)

ISBN: 978-0-471-28735-3

Mar 1996

1039 pages

Select type: Hardcover


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Destined to become a classic, this unique comprehensive reference offers more than 1,000 pages of key terms, over 5,000 acronyms and useful, detailed information on such topics as Superfund, construction, environmental engineering, wetlands, biology, OSHA, threatened and endangered flora and fauna, and international organizations and treaties. Information is supplemented by maps, charts, tables, and diagrams, as well as crucial agency contact information to give the professional access to environmental officials who can offer advice and assistance.

Cooper's Comprehensive Environmental Desk Reference was designed to unlock the door to environmental jargon. Now available in CD-ROM format, it provides instant access to thousands of environmental terms and terminology from A to Z--over 10,000 environmental acronyms and abbreviations in all! Authoritative, comprehensive, convenient and essential, the CD-ROM provides quick reference to:
* The Hazardous Air Pollutants (HAPs) List found in the Clean Air Act.
* Comprehensive sets of environmental data conversion tables.
* A listing of chemical elements and abbreviations.
* Information on EPA offices and Programs.
* And includes the Environmental Jargon Finder, a topical index of selected terms.

Cooper's Comprehensive Environmental Desk Reference includes essential terminology and information from all associated agencies, sciences, and industries, such as Superfund, Environmental Engineering, Wetlands, OSHA, Threatened and Endangered Species, Plant and Animal Biology, The Construction Industry, and International Organizations and Treaties.
Environmental Terms and Terminology.

Environmental Acronyms and Abbreviations.

Phase I Environmental Site Assessment.

Hazardous Air Pollutants (HAPs) List.

Data Conversion Factors.

Chemical Elements.

Environmental Protection Agency Data.

Environmental Jargon Finder (Topic Index).