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Assessment of the Greenhouse Gas Emission Benefits of Heavy Duty Natural Gas Vehicles in the United States: Final Report

Description: A paper which presents a review of existing literature on emission factors, emission data collection techniques, and analytical approaches. It presents the results of SAIC's analysis of available CO2 and CH4 GHG emission data from chassis dynamometer tests of heavy-duty vehicle exhaust.
Date: September 22, 2005
Creator: Davies, Christina; Findsen, Jette & Pedraza, Lindolfo

Climate Change Science White Paper

Description: This is a white paper on climate change science. The white paper seeks to create a consensus around science-based evidence on climate change and increasing overall temperatures.
Date: July 24, 2012
Creator: United States. Department of Agriculture. Research, Education and Economics.

The National Coastal Condition Report IV

Description: A paper detailing the report of the National Coastal Condition Report IV. It explains that the report present 4 types of data: coastal monitoring data, coastal ocean/ offshore monitoring data, offshore fisheries data, and beach assessment and fish advisory data.
Date: unknown
Creator: United States. Environmental Protection Agency.

The U.S. Forest Service and Climate Change

Description: A paper explaining the benefits, tasks, and strategies of the United States Forest Service to mitigate Climate Change.
Date: February 2012
Creator: United States. Department of Agriculture. Forest Service.

Women and Work: 50 Years of Change since the American Women Report

Description: This paper examines how education has impacted women's work, continuous challenges women face in the work place, how women work to support their families, and finally assessing the policies written in the American Women report of 1963.
Date: unknown
Creator: Maatz, Lisa & Hedgepeth, Anne

Women, Jobs and Opportunity in the 21st Century

Description: This paper discusses how women have surpassed men in obtaining under graduate, graduate, and doctoral degrees, yet they are choosing to limit their lifetime earnings. They also examine choices women make in school and the work place, and social pressures that cause women to gravitate toward certain occupations.
Date: unknown
Creator: Carnevale, Anthony P. & Smith, Nicole
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