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United States Statutes At Large, Volume 107, 1993

Description: United States Statutes at Large include the text of various legislation passed by Congress such as private and public laws, concurrent resolutions, and Constitutional amendments as well as proclamations, changes to the structure of government departments, etc. Part One indexes start on page a1 after page 980. Part Two indexes start on page a1 after page 1966. Part Three indexes start on page a1 after page 2766.
Date: 1994
Creator: United States. Congress.
Partner: UNT Libraries Government Documents Department

United States Statutes At Large, Volume 104, 1990

Description: United States Statutes at Large include the text of various legislation passed by Congress such as private and public laws, concurrent resolutions, and Constitutional amendments as well as proclamations, changes to the structure of government departments, etc. Part One indexes start on page a1 after page 1016. Part Two indexes start on page a1 after page 1388-630. Part Three indexes start on page a1 after page 2352. Part Four indexes start on page a1 after page 3358. Part Five indexes start on page a1 after page 4425. Part Six indexes start on page a1 after page 5440.
Date: 1991
Creator: United States. Congress.
Partner: UNT Libraries Government Documents Department

United States Statutes At Large, Volume 103, 1989

Description: United States Statutes at Large include the text of various legislation passed by Congress such as private and public laws, concurrent resolutions, and Constitutional amendments as well as proclamations, changes to the structure of government departments, etc. Part One indexes start on page a1 after page 1040. Part Two indexes start on page a1 after page 2098. Part Three indexes start on page a1 after page 3170.
Date: 1991
Creator: United States. Congress.
Partner: UNT Libraries Government Documents Department

United States Statutes At Large, Volume 108, 1994

Description: United States Statutes at Large include the text of various legislation passed by Congress such as private and public laws, concurrent resolutions, and Constitutional amendments as well as proclamations, changes to the structure of government departments, etc. Part One indexes start on page a1 after page 744. Part Two indexes start on page a1 after page 1780. Part Three indexes start on page a1 after page 2662. Part Four indexes start on page a1 after page 3517. Part Five indexes start on page a1 after page 4596. Part Six indexes start on page a1 after page 5669.
Date: 1995
Creator: United States. Congress.
Partner: UNT Libraries Government Documents Department

United States Statutes At Large, Volume 102, 1988

Description: United States Statutes at Large include the text of various legislation passed by Congress such as private and public laws, concurrent resolutions, and Constitutional amendments as well as proclamations, changes to the structure of government departments, etc. Part One indexes start on page a1 after page 1043. Part Two indexes start on page a1 after page 2124. Part Three indexes start on page a1 after page 3070. Part Four indexes start on page a1 after page 4046. Part Five indexes start on page a1 after page 5093.
Date: 1990
Creator: United States. Congress.
Partner: UNT Libraries Government Documents Department

Technology Against Terrorism: Structuring Security

Description: This report is devoted primarily to three other topics: interagency coordination of efforts in counterterrorist research and development, integrated security systems, and the role of human factors in aviation security. In addition, it furnishes details on a number of technologies that play a role in counterterrorism.
Date: January 1992
Creator: United States. Congress. Office of Technology Assessment.
Partner: UNT Libraries Government Documents Department

Landmine policy in the near-term: a framework for technology analysis and action

Description: Any effective solution to the problem of leftover landmines and other post-conflict unexploded ordnance (UXO) must take into account the real capabilities of demining technologies and the availability of sufficient resources to carry out demining operations. Economic and operational factors must be included in analyses of humanitarian demining. These factors will provide a framework for using currently available resources and technologies to complete this task in a time frame that is both practical and useful. Since it is likely that reliable advanced technologies for demining are still several years away, this construct applies to the intervening period. It may also provide a framework for utilizing advanced technologies as they become available. This study is an economic system model for demining operations carried out by the developed nations that clarifies the role and impact of technology on the economic performance and viability of these operations. It also provides a quantitative guide to assess the performance penalties arising from gaps in current technology, as well as the potential advantages and desirable features of new technologies that will significantly affect the international community`s ability to address this problem. Implications for current and near-term landmine and landmine technology policies are drawn.
Date: August 1, 1997
Creator: Eimerl, D., LLNL
Partner: UNT Libraries Government Documents Department