The above is the associated white paper link compilation of the Accessibility Resources Subject Tracer™ Information Blog by Marcus P. Zillman, M.S., A.M.H.A. It is a 18 page .pdf document 191KB. [Updated April 30, 2013] Other white papers are available by clicking here.
The MetroMonitor is a quarterly, interactive barometer of the health of America’s 100largest metropolitan economies. It examines trends in metropolitan-level employment, output, and housing conditions to look “beneath the hood” of national economic statistics to portray the diverse metropolitan trajectories of recession and recovery across the country. The aim of the MetroMonitor is to enhance understanding of the particular places and industries that drive national economic trends, and to promote public and private sector responses to the downturn that take into account metro areas’ unique starting points for eventual recovery. This has been added to the tools section of Research Resources Subject Tracer™ Information Blog. This has been added to Business Intelligence Resources Subject Tracer™ Information Blog.
Previously titled Electron Microscopy and Cell Biology. Biocell publishes original articles in the areas biological structure and functions, cell and molecular biology, histochemistry, cytochemistry, immunocytochemistry and electron microscopy. Biocell welcomes articles reporting research on Cell and Molecular Biology, and on the suborganismal and organismal aspects of Vertebrate Reproduction and Development, Invertebrate Biology and Plant Biology. Brief reports are also accepted for publication under special circumstances. Biocell is available free of charge as an Open Access journal on the Internet. Abstracts available online. Articles available in HTML and PDF format.
Since 2004, testing by water utilities has found 316 pollutants in the tap water Americans drink, according to an Environmental Working Group (EWG) drinking water quality analysis of almost 20 million records obtained from state water officials. More than half of the chemicals detected are not subject to health or safety regulations and can legally be present in any amount. The federal government does have health guidelines for others, but 49 of these contaminants have been found in one place or another at levels above those guidelines, polluting the tap water for 53.6 million Americans. The government has not set a single new drinking water standard since 2001. Water utilities spend 19 times more on water treatment chemicals every year than the federal government invests in protecting lakes and rivers from pollution in the first place. Based on these data, EWG believes the federal government has a responsibility to do a national assessment of drinking water quality. It should establish new safety standards, set priorities for pollution prevention projects, and tell consumers about the full range of pollutants in their water. Because it has not, EWG launched a 3-year project to create the largest drinking water quality database in existence. This user-friendly, interactive resource covers 48,000 communities in 45 states and the District of Columbia.
This site is for individuals who do not have access to ebrary through their institutions. With more than 20,000 full-text e-books in multiple academic and general interest subject areas, it offers a subset of the authoritative content available through libraries, corporations, government, and other ebrary customers. ebrary Discover also includes sheet music and maps! This has been added to the tools section of Research Resources Subject Tracer™ Information Blog. This has been added to Reference Resources Subject Tracer™ Information Blog.