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View Resource Defining Environmental Technology Report

Changes in the field of environmental technology necessitate the periodic updating of information provided in the Defining Environmental Technology report. The advent of new technologies, the increase in national and regional regulatory compliance requirements, and the changing demands of industry call for frequent realignment and information exchange among education, business, and government....

View Resource Defining Energy Technologies and Services Career Chart

The "Defining Energy Technologies and Services" careers chart provides a snapshot view of energy technology careers at the technician level. Advanced Technology Environmental and Energy Center has collected information from expert practitioners and educators in the field to generate the 2008 Defining Energy Technologies and Services report, distilling a wide ranging field of occupations into an...

View Resource Real Prospects for Energy Efficiency in the United States

Energy efficiency is a topic of great concern among a wide range of stakeholders and this 210-page report from the National Research Council delves into some interesting new findings on the subject. Released in December 2009, the report looks into the subject of energy efficiency technologies and their viability in the coming years and decades. The report is divided into five primary chapters...

View Resource Critical Issues in Environmental Technology

This PDF document from the Advanced Technology Environmental and Energy Center (ATEEC) presents the results of a forum which brought together research scientists, community college environmental technology instructors and administrators, environmental practitioners and business leaders to discuss and improve methods of sharing information and resources between these diverse parties. The main...

View Resource James R. MacDonald Laboratory

An atomic, molecular and optical physics research laboratory at Kansas State University, funded by the United States Department of Energy. Information about the emerging frontiers in atomic and molecular physics and links to other atomic and molecular physics sites.

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