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Tuesday, August 01, 2006

I went ahead...

... and copied paula. I found the environmental controversies on page 59. This is something that you would not normally find in a street atlas or in some other general atlas. I think that because we also live in a state which is more aware of the environment, this map would be more utilized here than perhaps some other states in the nation. This map not only shows big hitters as far as the environment are concerned, such as nuclear facilities, acid rain and high-level radio active waste, but it also shows dam proposals and a combination of different discharges - both sulfur dioxide and effluents - in the major industrial plants of: coal and paper, as well as an other category.

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