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Ice Age Reboot: Thermohaline Circulation Crisis during the Mid-Pleistocene Transition

Leopoldo D Pena & Steven L Goldstein

Education, ethnicity & gender. Biographies of Roma and Sinti women in Germany

Julia Reimer

Coastal Permit Program Rules, N.J.A.C. 7:7

The Coastal Permit Program rules establish the procedures by which the Department reviews permit applications and appeals from permit decisions under the Coastal Area Facility Review Act, N.J.S.A. 13:19-1 et seq., the Wetlands Act of 1970, N.J.S.A. 13:9A-1 et seq., and the Waterfront Development Law, N.J.S.A. 12:5-3. The Coastal Permit Program rules contain the coastal general permits, permits-by-rule and the Long Branch Redevelopment Zone Permit.

Water Quality Management Plan (WQMP) Consistency Determination Fact Sheet

This fact sheet explains the Water Quality Management Plan (WQMP) consistency determination process. Under the New Jersey Water Quality Planning Act and the Statewide Water Quality Management Planning rules, the Commissioner of the Department of Environmental Protection cannot issue a permit or approval for a project or activity that is inconsistent with the Statewide or areawide Water Quality Management (WQM) plans. A consistency determination (CD) is the review conducted by the Department to determine whether...

Estuary News, Newsletter of the Partnership of the Delaware Estuary: A National Estuary Program, Vol. 18, No. 1, Fall 2007

Estuary News is published quarterly by the Partnership for the Delaware Estuary, a private, nonprofit organization established in 1996. The Partnership leads collaborative and creative efforts to protect and enhance the Delaware Estuary and its tributaries for current and future generations. It is the home of the Delaware Estuary Program (DELEP), one of 28 national estuary programs. This Fall 2007 newsletter focuses on: the first paperless issue; news from around the region; a definition of...

Estuary News: Newsletter of the Delaware Estuary Program, Vol. 12, No. 3, Spring 2002

Estuary News is published quarterly by the Partnership for the Delaware Estuary, a private, nonprofit organization established in 1996. The Partnership leads collaborative and creative efforts to protect and enhance the Delaware Estuary and its tributaries for current and future generations. It is the home of the Delaware Estuary Program (DELEP), one of 28 national estuary programs. This Spring 2002 newsletter focuses on: water conservation; updates from DELEP; news from around the region; restoring American...

Fiscal Year 2005: Compliance & Enforcement Highlights Report

This first annual highlights report shows some of the Compliance and Enforcement (C&E) related accomplishments across the NJDEP. It includes summary data on the number of site inspections, investigations, and enforcement actions carried out in the FY 2005 (July - June) as compared to previous years. The report also summarizes the Bureau of Enforcements & Compliance's activities under each of the following headings: Air Compliance and Enforcement; County Environmental and Waste Enforcement; Pesticide Control and...

Estuary News: Newsletter of the Delaware Estuary Program, Vol. 10, No. 1, Fall 1999

Estuary News is published quarterly by the Partnership for the Delaware Estuary, a private, nonprofit organization established in 1996. The Partnership leads collaborative and creative efforts to protect and enhance the Delaware Estuary and its tributaries for current and future generations. It is the home of the Delaware Estuary Program (DELEP), one of 28 national estuary programs. This Fall 1999 newsletter focuses on: watershed-wide conference culminates Flowing Toward the Future process; upcoming events; Delaware River...

Estuary News: Newsletter of the Delaware Estuary Program, Vol. 9, No. 4, Summer 1999

Estuary News is published quarterly by the Partnership for the Delaware Estuary, a private, nonprofit organization established in 1996. The Partnership leads collaborative and creative efforts to protect and enhance the Delaware Estuary and its tributaries for current and future generations. It is the home of the Delaware Estuary Program (DELEP), one of 28 national estuary programs. This Summer 1999 newsletter focuses on: workshops for the Flowing Toward the Future process; updates from DELEP and...

Detailed Air Quality Evaluation of Teterboro Airport, Teterboro, New Jersey: Final Report

This is the final report of a study carried out to evaluate the potential air quality and health risks associated with operations of Teterboro Airport. Teterboro Airport (TEB) is located on an 827-acre property in Teterboro and Moonachie, New Jersey. As the oldest operating airport in the New York/New Jersey metropolitan area, TEB has grown into one of the busiest General Aviation airports in the U.S., with over 200,000 arrivals and departures per year. In...

Belmar Ecowatch: Spring/Summer 2005; Volume VII, No. 9

This is a newsletter from the Belmar Environmental Commission. This issue focuses on: the 5th Annual Spring Fling; less toxic pest control; reducing pesticide use at the public school; backyard composting; and recycling information.

Belmar Ecowatch: Spring/Summer 2004; Volume VII, No. 7

This is a newsletter from the Belmar Environmental Commission. This issue focuses on: the 4th Annual Spring Fling; yard sales; Sun Farm, a NJ solar power company; junior sailing; and recycling information.

Belmar Ecowatch: Spring/Summer 2001; Volume VII, No. 2

This is a newsletter from the Belmar Environmental Commission. This issue focuses on: Belmar's upcoming community events; how to recycle electronic equipment; local organizations from the United Way 2000-2001 Human Services Directory and the kinds of donations they accept; property maintenance; and garage sale information.

Xenobiotics in fish; uses of fish and fisherman monitoring data for public policy and public health decisions

In New Jersey the Office of Science and Research (OSR) within the Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) has been collecting and analyzing fish for polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs) and selected organochloride pesticides for the past seven years. The impetus for this effort was the findings of extensive environmental contamination by PCBs in the Hudson River to the north of New Jersey and Kepone in the James River and Chesapeake Bay area to the south. The program...

2005 Emission Statement Reporting Year: Addendum to the 2003 Emission Statement Guidance Document

The 2003 guidance document was intended to aid completion of the Emission Statement including electronic submission of the data via the RADIUS software. This is in compliance with New Jersey's Emission Statement rule (N.J.A.C. 7:27-21) that requires states with designated ozone non-attainment areas to gather Emission Statement data from sources of volatile organic compounds (VOC) and oxides of nitrogen (NOx). This addendum to the 2003 guidance statement is an update of the 2004 addendum, and...

Separation of Colloidal Particles from Groundwater by Cross-Flow Electro-Filtration Process for Improving the Analysis of Lead - Year 1

During this project period, research effort was concentrated on the construction of a cross-flow electro-filtration (CFEF) devise, testing of the CFEF unit with model colloid particle, and field water samples. Groundwater samples were collected with bailers and the low flow purging technique (LFP) from three of the five wells at the Denzer-Schaefer site, Toms River, New Jersey. Experiments were conducted to characterize the performance of the CFEF module under various conditions specifically, pH and applied...

Understanding the Relationship Between Natural Conditions And Loadings on Eutrophication: Algal Indicators of Eutrophication for New Jersey Streams: Final Report Year 1.

The Academy of Natural Sciences (ANS) has entered into a contract with the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection (NJDEP) for the purpose of developing algal indicators of stream and river eutrophication. These indicators would be used to assess relationships between extant water quality criteria and overt signs of eutrophication. These indicators should be based on an understanding of algal dynamics in New Jersey streams, and be able to distinguish between situations where nutrient concentrations...

Model for Evaluation of the Impact of Contaminated Soil on Groundwater, Phase II-Part I

This project entails the development of a one-dimensional contaminant transport model for homogeneous, isotropic, and unsaturated soils. The model is to be used by the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection and Energy(NJDEPE) to develop regulatory clean-up levels for contaminants in the unsaturated zone based on an acceptable impact to groundwater. This is the final report for Phase II of this project. It contains the mathematical development and the method of solution of moisture flow...

Chemical Composition and Bioavailability of Dissolved Organic Nitrogen in Atmospheric Wet Deposition from Urban and Rural New Jersey Sites - Final Report- December, 2005

Atmospheric deposition is a major source of nitrogen to many ecosystems. Marked changes in both terrestrial and aquatic ecosystems are occurring as a result of increased nitrogen (N) deposition from anthropogenic sources. The specific objectives of the studies conducted were 1) to characterize the chemical composition of total dissolved nitrogen, both inorganic and organic, in atmospheric deposition in one urban and one relatively undisturbed site in New Jersey; 2) begin to identify sources of organic...

Adsorption/Desorption and Transport of Mercury and Arsenic in New Jersey Soils, Final Report Part II, July 1997

This report studies the adsorption and desorption of arsenic in fifteen New Jersey soils. Models were created for the adsorption and desorption of arsenic in soil. The report concludes with details on the creation of adsorption and desorption models.

Adsorption/Desorption and Transport of Mercury and Arsenic in New Jersey Soils, Final Report Part I Mercury, July 1997

This report studies the adsorption and desorption of mercury in fifteen New Jersey soils. Models were created for the adsorption and desorption of mercury in soil. The report suggests the creation of more specific models to consider the effects of pH on soil-water adsorption and desorption in soil.

Historic Preservation Bulletin, Spring 2007

Spring Newsletter of the NJDEP's Historic Preservation Office. The Department of Environmental Protection, Historic Preservation Office is committed to enhancing the quality of life for the residents of New Jersey through preservation and appreciation of its collective past. Their mission is to assist the residents of New Jersey in identifying, preserving, protecting and sustaining New Jersey's historic and archaeological resources through implementation of the state's historic preservation program. This edition of the newsletter focuses on...

Historic Preservation Bulletin, Winter 2006

Winter Newsletter of the NJDEP's Historic Preservation Office. The Department of Environmental Protection, Historic Preservation Office is committed to enhancing the quality of life for the residents of New Jersey through preservation and appreciation of its collective past. Their mission is to assist the residents of New Jersey in identifying, preserving, protecting and sustaining New Jersey's historic and archaeological resources through implementation of the state's historic preservation program. This edition of the newsletter serves as...

Historic Preservation Bulletin, Summer 2006

Summer Newsletter of the NJDEP's Historic Preservation Office. The Department of Environmental Protection, Historic Preservation Office is committed to enhancing the quality of life for the residents of New Jersey through preservation and appreciation of its collective past. Their mission is to assist the residents of New Jersey in identifying, preserving, protecting and sustaining New Jersey's historic and archaeological resources through implementation of the state's historic preservation program. This edition of the newsletter focuses on...

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