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    • Can I swim here? 

      Houston Galveston Area Council, Texas Natural Resource Conservation Commission, Texas Clean Rivers Program, Media By Design (Houston-Galveston Area Council, 1990)
      This video uses a humorous approach to a serious subject and stresses swimming safety in lakes, rivers, and the ocean.
    • Can I swim here? 

      Houston Galveston Area Council, Texas Natural Resource Conservation Commission, Texas Clean Rivers Program, Media By Design (Houston-Galveston Area Council, 1999)
      This CD-ROM uses a humorous approach to a serious subject and stresses swimming safety in lakes, rivers, and the ocean.
    • NRC's Environmental Analysis of Nuclear Accidents: Is it adequate? 

      Entwisle, Elizabeth and David Wexler (Environmental Law Institute, 1980)
      This report evaluates the adequacy of accident analyses in environmental impact statements (EISs) for nuclear power plants. It begins with a review of the regulations and policies promulgated by the Nuclear Regulatory ...
    • Penaeid shrimp: dockside operations 

      Otwell, W.S.; Garrido, V.; Simmons, P. (National Coastal Resources Research & Development Institute and Florida Sea Grant College Program at the University of Florida, 1997)
      This report is a hazard analysis and critical control point (HCCP) model and sanitation standard operating procedures (SSOP) model for Florida shrimp packing houses. All seafood processing firms are required to perform ...
    • A recreational boater-based method for re-designing the NOS small-craft chart: promoting safe navigation and stewardship of coastal resources 

      Antonini, Gustavo, Niels West, Charles Sidman and Robert Swett (Sea Grant Florida, Florida Sea Grant College Program, University of Florida, 2000)
      NOAA's Small-Craft Charts were first developed to serve the needs of recreational boaters, inshore fishers, and other users operating in close proximity to the shore. Since then, few conceptual changes have been made to ...
    • A recreational boater-based method for re-designing the NOS small-craft chart: promoting safe navigation and stewardship of coastal resources 

      Antonini, Gustavo, Niels West, Charles Sidman and Robert Swett (Sea Grant Florida, Florida Sea Grant College Program, University of Florida, 2000)
      NOAA's Small-Craft Charts were first developed to serve the needs of recreational boaters, inshore fishers, and other users operating in close proximity to the shore. Since then, few conceptual changes have been made to ...