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China Environmental Technologies Export Market Plan

By: Wang Zhijia

Export and Trade Government Reference Document:

Acknowledgments: This report was prepared by Sinosphere, Inc., under contract to the Office of Environmental Technologies Industries of the U.S. Department of Commerce, International Trade Administration, with assistance from the U.S. and Foreign Commercial Service, Beijing. Conclusions and statements expressed in this report are those of the contractor and do not necessarily represent the views or policies of the U.S. Department of Commerce or the U.S. government.

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Special Tables of Mortality

By: Sam. L. Rogers

SIR: Special tables of mortality from influe&a and pneumonia (all forms) in September, October, November, and December, 1918, for the states of Indiana and Kansas and for the city of Philadelphia are herewith transmitted. Corresponding &ata for other parts of the registration area for deaths have been partially compiled and it is hoped to publish them at a later date. Acknowledgment and thanks are given to the United States Public Health Service, which made available fro...

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Vital Statistics Part I

By: William R. Merriam

Map of the United States showing the divisions of the country...

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Health Information for International Travel 2001-2002

By: Department of Health and Human Services

Both generic and trade names are used in this text. In all cases, the determination to use one or the other was made based on recognition factors and was done for the convenience of the intended audience. Therefore, the use of trade names in this publication is for identification only and does not imply endorsement by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Public Health Service, or Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

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World Ocean Database 2001 Volume 1 : Introduction

By: onald L. Evans

Preface: The oceanographic databases described by this atlas series greatly expands on the World Ocean Database 1998 (WOD98) product. We have expanded these earlier databases to include data from new instrument types such as profiling floats and new variables such as pCO2 and TCO2. Previous oceanographic databases including the NODC/WDC profile archives, and products derived from these databases, have proven to be of great utility to the international oceanographic, clim...

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Future-Oriented Internet-Based Services in Public Libraries

By: Rolf Hapel

Professional Publication

Introduction: This paper will try to identify the Internet-based services that public libraries may offer at the beginning of the new millennium. The authors are aware of the difficulties and the limits of this exercise. Indeed, technical, social and political conditions are changing so quickly that any finite plan would be difficult to adhere to. The authors are well aware that the term ¯future-oriented® used in connection with public library services could indicate tha...

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Self-Study Course 3013-G Vector-Borne Disease Control

By: Harry D. Pratt

Throughout history mosquitoes have occupied a position of importance as a pest of mankind, but not until the late 19th century were these arthropods identified as the agents responsible for transmission to man of some of his more devastating diseases. During subsequent years, knowledge of the relationship of mosquitoes to disease has expanded; and knowledge of methods for controlling these disease vectors has often provided us with means toward reducing or eliminating th...

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Epidemic/Epizootic West Nile Virus in the United States : Guidelin...

By: Richard M. Kinney, Ph. D.

Executive Summary: The epidemic/epizootic of West Nile (WN) virus in the northeastern United States in the summer and fall of 1999 was an unprecedented event, underscoring the ease with which emerging infectious pathogens can move into new geographic areas. The outbreak also raised the issue of the preparedness of many local, state and national public health agencies to deal with epidemics of vector-borne diseases in this country. Because it is unknown whether WN virus w...

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Epidemic/Epizootic West Nile Virus in the United States : Guidelin...

By: James M. Hughes, M. D.

Executive Summary: The epidemic/epizootic of West Nile (WN) virus in the northeastern United States in the summer and fall of 1999 was an unprecedented event, underscoring the ease with which emerging infectious pathogens can move into new geographic areas. The outbreak also raised the issue of the preparedness of many local, state and national public health agencies to deal with epidemics of vector-borne diseases in this country. Because it is unknown whether WN virus w...

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Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Epidemic Epizootic West...

By: Department of Health and Human Services

Executive Summary: In late summer 1999, the first domestically acquired human cases of West Nile (WN) encephalitis were documented in the U.S. The discovery of virus-infected, overwintering mosquitoes during the winter of 1999-2000 predicted renewed virus activity for the following spring and launched early season vector-control and disease surveillance in New York City and the surrounding areas. These surveillance efforts were focused on identifying and documenting WN v...

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