Monthly Archives: December 2010

Sanitation in Haiti: Beyond the Cholera Epidemic

    Sanitation in Haiti: Beyond the Cholera Epidemic     With a death toll of more than 2,000 persons (as of this writing) and rising every day, the cholera epidemic in Haiti is major and tragic news.  Of course, the impact of … Continue reading

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Microbial Source Tracking: Pointing the Finger of Blame for Waterborne Pathogens (2010)

Published in:  American Bar Association, ABA Water Quality and Wetlands Committee Newsletter, Fall 2010 MICROBIAL SOURCE TRACKING: POINTING THE FINGER OF BLAME FOR WATERBORNE PATHOGENS  GUY R. KNUDSEN  Clear, sparkling water is not an accurate indicator that rivers, lakes, streams, … Continue reading

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Biofuels: The Environmental Downside

Published in:  American Bar Association, ABA Agricultural Management Committee Newsletter, Fall 2009 BIOFUELS: THE ENVIRONMENTAL DOWNSIDE Guy R. Knudsen Biofuels are obtained from living or recently living biological materials, typically plants and plant-derived products, in contrast to fossil fuels (coal, … Continue reading

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