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View Resource Center for Applied Research and Environmental Systems

Based at the University of Missouri, the Center for Applied Research and Environmental Systems (CARES) is committed to integrating "the social, physical, and biological sciences to better understand human, natural resource, and environmental issues and problems." Along with their scientific mission, CARES also features a strong community outreach component, and visitors can use the "Map Room" to...

View Resource Defining Environmental Technology Careers Chart

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

View Resource U.S. Environmental Protection Agency: Risk-Screening Environmental Indicators

The Risk-Screening Environmental Indicators (RSEI) is a computer-based screening tool developed by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) that "analyzes risk factors to put Toxics Release Inventory release data into a chronic health context." The tool and this site are used by journalists, industry officials, and government regulators to examine trends, support community-based projects, and...

View Resource How WATERS Network Scientific and Engineering Research Will Benefit Science Education

The WATERS Network will be a national cadre of environmental field facilities working to promote multidisciplinary research on critical environmental challenges. WATERS Network will enable the formulation and development of engineering solutions and policy options for the restoration and protection of water resources. This session will provide participants with an overview of the...

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....

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