Toxic And Hazardous Materials: A Sourcebook And Guide To Information Sources

Hardcover | January 1, 1987

byJames K. Webster

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"Libraries with large environmental collections will want this unique introduction to a multidisciplinary and popular topic. It includes more than 1,600 sources of information: reference books, periodicals, reports, proceedings, databases, libraries, associations, research centers, and audiovisual materials." Choice

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"Libraries with large environmental collections will want this unique introduction to a multidisciplinary and popular topic. It includes more than 1,600 sources of information: reference books, periodicals, reports, proceedings, databases, libraries, associations, research centers, and audiovisual materials." Choice

Format:HardcoverDimensions:444 pages, 9.41 × 7.24 × 0.98 inPublished:January 1, 1987Publisher:GREENWOOD PRESS INC.

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ISBN - 10:0313245754

ISBN - 13:9780313245756

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"Libraries with large environmental collections will want this unique introduction to a multidisciplinary and popular topic. It includes more than 1,600 sources of information: reference books, periodicals, reports, proceedings, databases, libraries, associations, research centers, and audiovisual materials. There are seperately authored chapters on the effects of hazardous and toxic materials on the air, land, water, and health; on acid rain; on the transportation and disposal of radioactive and nonradioactive materials; on testing and analysis; on spills; and on laws and regulations.... There is a title index and listing of the addresses of cited publishers and vendors.... [This] book would be useful in the reference collections of large academic libraries."-Choice