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The DNR has packaged state fishing regulations and other helpful information on the easy-to-use website, which features rewritten and reorganized open water fishing regulations laid out in a user-friendly question and answer format. It will help all Minnesotans more easily find and understand the state's fishing rules and regulations. The site includes fishing terminology and locations of fishing piers, boat landings, family-friendly fishing spots and metro-area bait shops. Fishing licenses can be bought online as well. Minnesota Department of Natural Resources. United States.
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As interest in the historiography of the Oso Mudslide grows, the Washington State Library Digital and Historic Collections Unit has identified and made available online a number of titles and other information.
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This website will help people interested in what the state is doing to develop new state rules for managing and permitting silica sand projects. The site serves as an interagency portal to information on what agencies are doing to implement legislation and manage the increasing activity of silica sand mining in Minnesota. Environmental Quality Board (EQB). Minnesota. United States.
This link recently saved by bgi on November 20, 2012
"Over the last few years a series of incidents have brought pipeline safety to national – and presidential – attention. As Obama begins his second term he will likely make a key decision on the controversial Keystone XL pipeline, a proposed pipeline extension to transport crude from Canada to the Gulf of Mexico. " ProPublica. United States.
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Humanity’s growing appetite for bigger houses, overseas travel, food and consumer goods is the main cause of our most pressing environmental problems, according to a new report from the European Environment Agency (EEA) which considers the links between the environment and consumption.
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This report consists of data tables for the nuclear power plants in each U.S. state. Standard reported data includes a plant's summer capacity, net generation, share of the state's generation, and identification of the plant owners. For each state, the report provides a breakdown of the state's primary energy sources, such as nuclear, coal, and natural gas. United States Energy Information Administration (EIA).
This link recently saved by bgi on November 03, 2011
Canadian archives have released free versions of over 1,000 maps mainly relating to Canada and Canadian territories. They include: They include all five past editions of the Atlas of Canada, 1906 to 1995. Some materials focus specifically on population distribution. Economic history distribution of specific industries. Notes on dates and scales are provided on the website. Natural Resources Canada.
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Humanitarian emergencies - such as earthquakes, extreme drought, or war - not only affect people’s physical health but also their psychological and social health and well-being. WHO and partners have developed this guide to ensure that standards and best practices are consistently applied in humanitarian settings. World Health Organization (WHO).
This link recently saved by bgi on June 06, 2011
The UK National Ecosystem Assessment (UK NEA) is the first analysis of the UK’s natural environment in terms of the benefits it provides to society and our continuing economic prosperity. It includes an investigation into the monetary and non-monetary value to the economy, society and individuals from various ecosystem services, including how some of these may change in future. Department for Environmental Food and Rural Affairs (Defra). United Kingdom.
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This report offers rapid response assessment analysis caused by loss of ecosystems and its challenges, in particular to the world’s poor. United Nations Environment Programme.