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County-Wide Sludge Composting Facilities Contract SM-CF-1, Volume 3 (1981)

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This set of materials provides background information, technical data, and necessary forms for bidders for the contract for modifications, alterations, and additions made to the sludge composting facilities in Cape May County in 1981. Volume three of three supplies the specifications for equipment, such as blowers, scrubbers, and material handling and conveying.

The link between moral anger and social activism

Talia Miriam Master
“In one autobiography after another we find the same story--the initial action for peace and justice is motivated by anger against injustice. Like the spark that ignites the fuel in an engine, anger is the stimulus that initiates action” (Adams, 2007, p. 10). This study explores one of the pathways to creating change, via examining the mechanism that allows some individuals who have experienced anger as a result of growing up under a system(s) of...

Fabrication and characterization of carbon and boron carbide nanostructured materials

Sara Reynaud
Carbon is present in nature in a variety of allotropes and chemical compounds. Due to reduced dimensionality, nanostructured carbon materials, i.e. single walled carbon nanotubes (SWNTs), are characterized by unique physical and chemical properties. There is a potential for SWNTs use as biological probes and assists for tunable tissue growth in biomedical applications. However, the presumed cytotoxicity of SWNTs requires investigation of the risks of their incorporation into living systems. Boron is not found in...

Soil Cleanup Criteria

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This listing represents the combination of Tables 3-2 and 7-1 from the Department of Environmental Protection and Energy's February 3, 1992 proposed rule entitled Cleanup Standards for Contaminated Sites, N.J.A.C. 7:26D, as corrected based upon errors identified by the Department during or subsequent to the comment period as well as new toxicological or other information obtained since the rule proposal. Please refer to the respective footnotes for more detail. Notwithstanding, where the following criteria are...

Amendment to the Atlantic County Water Quality Management Plan Lower Delaware Water Quality Management Plan Mercer County Water Quality Management PlanMonmouth County Water Quality Management PlanTri-County Water Quality Management Plan

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Report discusses Watershed management area 12 - Shark River, Jumping Brook and Musquash Brook. BELL LAKE, GLOUCESTER COUNTYBETHEL LAKE, GLOUCESTER COUNTYBLACKWOOD LAKE, CAMDEN AND GLOUCESTER COUNTIESBURNT MILL POND, CUMBERLAND COUNTYGIAMPIETRO LAKE, CUMBERLAND COUNTYHARRISONVILLE LAKE, GLOUCESTER AND SALEM COUNTIESIMLAYSTOWN LAKE, MONMOUTH COUNTYKIRKWOOD LAKE, CAMDEN COUNTYMARY ELMER LAKE, CUMBERLAND COUNTYMEMORIAL LAKE, SALEM COUNTYSPRING LAKE, MERCER COUNTYSUNSET LAKE, CUMBERLAND COUNTYWOODBURY LAKE, GLOUCESTER COUNTY, Watershed Management Area 17(Maurice, Salem, and Cohansey Watersheds)Watershed Management Area 18(Lower Delaware Watershed)Watershed Management Area...

Polybrominated diphenyl ethers in NY.NJ harbor and lower Delaware River Valley areas

Archil Zarnadze
Present dissertation is a compilation of several projects implemented at the disarmament of Environmental Science of Rutgers University under the supervision of Lisa A. Rodenburg. The goal of this work was to describe the fate and transport of Polybrominated Diphenyl Ethers (PBDEs) in North-East region of the United States. Chapter 1 of this dissertation outlines background information on PBDEs, their occurrence history and environmental and health problems associated with them. Chapter 2 analyzes atmospheric (particle,...

Stream Testing Program

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This report presents the results for tests performed by the Washington Township Environmental Commission on the water quality of the Musconetcong, Upper and South Branch of the Raritan Rivers and their tributaries. The water quality testing sites are listed along with the results. The Commission tested for fecal coliform, ammonia-nitrate, nitrate-nitrogen, phosphate, and TDS.

Environmentally Based Maps: Jackson Township, Ocean County, New Jersey

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Four maps illustrate different environmental factors in Jackson Township, Ocean County, New Jersey. One map shows the location of roads in relation to the location of wells. A second map shows the locations of recreational open space in relation to roads. A third shows the locations of streams and water areas in relation to roads. The fourth shows woodland habitat in relation to roads. This map also illustrates land use by dividing it into several...

Suspension of secular seriousness

Karey Leung
Scientific scholarship when applied to ethics may not only fail in providing a doctrine of ethics, but moreover negatively serve to drain the enthusiasm for concerted action. If a book on ethics makes one complacent rather than agitated to act, then according to Kierkegaard, it is written for unethical purposes. If an individual is more preoccupied with finding the perfect language to speak of ethics than becoming motivated to act in theworld, then such profundity...

Addressing challenges and gaps in the hand hygiene literature using novel quantitative approaches

Dane A. Jensen
This research was undertaken to develop a cause and effect understanding of the variables that affect hand washing, a critical facet in food safety and public health. Many regulations appear to have been made without sufficient scientific foundational evidence to back up justify these regulations, because of this, many basic aspects of handwashing are still being debated. The studies in this dissertation attempted to clarify several main concepts in hand washing. Specifically, which parts of...

Dennis Township Green Spaces & Stream Corridors: Map

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This map is part of the document entitled "The Waters of Dennis: a Water Resources Inventory Made with Thematic Maps on a Municipal Geographic Information System."

Estimating traffic impacts of an off-hour delivery program using a regional planning model

Shrisan Iyer
In this study a methodology is developed to employ a regional planning model to study the effects of an off-hour delivery program on the transportation network of New York City. The off-hour delivery program under study would shift deliveries to food and retail-related businesses within the borough of Manhattan to the overnight hours, by offering businesses a tax deduction incentive. Behavioral data describing the percentage of receivers participating by tax incentive offered is obtained and...

Factors that define the developmental program and trajectory of the porcine uterus

Joseph C. Chen
The early days of life represent an important period for neonatal uterine development in the pig. The porcine uterus develops in utero and continues postnatally. Events during neonatal life that establish uterine histoarchitecture contribute to the developmental program of the uterus and set the trajectory for adult uterine phenotype. Uterine programming is sensitive to hormonal perturbations. Exposure to bioactive factors during neonatal life influences uterine maturation with long-term consequences for reproductive performance. The goal of...

New Jersey Coastal Inlets and Beaches: Barnegat Inlet to Longport (Interim Report, Technical Appendices)

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This volume consists of the technical appendices to a report presenting results of a study of the navigation and shoreline erosion problems of coastal inlets and beaches of New Jersey. The report covers the shoreline from Barnegat Inlet to Longport, and is one of four interim studies conducted along the entire 126-mile coast of NJ. The study evaluated storm tide/wave damage, navigation problems, coastal erosion problems, and beach recreation needs. Associated costs and benefits were...

New Jersey Discharger: A Newsletter About New Jersey's Water Quality Programs, Vol. 11, No. 1, Summer 2003

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The New Jersey Discharger is intended to inform interested individuals about New Jersey's Water Quality Programs. This issue contains seven articles on the following topics: McGreevey celebrates Earth Day by fulfilling clean water promise, Earth Day 2003: A Celebration of 30 Years of Improvements in Nation's Water Quality, recent appointments made in Water Protection Programs, phosphorus evaluations technical manual available online, NJPDES discharge locations available for downloading, loans and tax incentive programs promote effluent reuse,...

2009 annual report: New Jersey enhanced inspection and maintenance (I/M) program emissions-related results from gasoline-fueled motor vehicles

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This report fulfills the annual reporting requirements at 40 CFR 51.366, the data analysis and reporting section of the United States Environmental Protection Agency’s (USEPA's) final rule on inspection and maintenance program requirements, revised July 1, 2004. This report covers calendar year 2009. It is specific to the emissions portion of the State's enhanced Inspection and Maintenance (I/M) program; no statistical information on the safety portion of the State's inspection program is included.The report provides...

A86, Discovering equivalent fractions and introducing fraction notation (classroom view), Grade 4, October 4, 1993, raw footage

Carolyn Alexander Maher
Researcher Maher began the session by discussing the relative size of fractions within different models. Using the analogy of two different sized dioramas of children in a fishing boat, the class agreed that the proportions within each model need to be the same, but that the parts of the models cannot be interchanged. Then, the class worked in partners on the problem: Which is larger, one half or two thirds, and by how much? Meredith,...

Aggregation inhibition of Parkinson's related alpha-synuclein through interactions with its homolog beta-synuclein.

Maria K. Janowska
Alpha-synuclein (αS) and beta-synuclein (βS) are small pre-synaptic, neuronal proteins, which have high sequence similarity, co-localize and very likely play a similar function in cells. However, αS and βS differ significantly in terms of their involvement in Parkinson's disease: while αS aggregation is believed to be a centerpiece and main hallmark of the disease, non-fibrillar βS is held to be a negative regulator of αS toxicity. In my research I focused on uncovering the basis...

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