Browsing Environmental Center by Author "Miller, Jacqueline N"

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  • Chan-Hui, Sonia SC; Miller, Jacqueline N; Nyeu, Maung T (Environmental Center, University of Hawaii at Manoa, 1992-10)
    This manual is written for people who are familiar with the Macintosh computer, HyperCard 2.1, and the Computer-Aided Management of Emergency Operations (CAMEO) 3.0. It provides information that you need to run Chemical ...
  • Chan-Hui, Sonia SC; Miller, Jacqueline N; Nyeu, Maung T (Environmental Center, University of Hawaii at Manoa, 1992-10)
    The Chemical Facility Information System for Hawaii (CFISH) computer program allows you to find out about hazardous substances in your community. The Hawaii Department of Health, working with the U.S. Environmental Protection ...
  • Johnson, Jerry M; Miller, Jacqueline N (Environmental Center, University of Hawaii at Manoa, 1974-04)
    The Environmental Center has compiled a list of 39 separate environmentally-related bills and resolutions that were passed during the 1974 session of the Hawaii State Legislature (Appendix A). Out of that list we have ...
  • Cook, Carolyn D; Miller, Jacqueline N; Rappa, Peter J (Environmental Center, University of Hawaii at Manoa, 1991-07)
    The state's Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) system is a process by which physical and social environmental information concerning a proposed action is compiled so that these factors, along with traditional economic ...
  • Rappa, Peter J; Simpliciano, Adelina A; Cox, Doak C; Miller, Jacqueline N (State of Hawaii Department of Planning and Economic Development, 1979-10)
    The intent of the study here reported was to design a system for facilitating the retrieval of information from EIS's on actions affecting the Hawaiian archipelago that would be useful for purposes other than approval ...
  • Cox, Doak C; Miller, Jacqueline N; Walters, John; Foong-Fan, Pow (Environmental Center, University of Hawaii at Manoa, 1976-12)
    The Ala Wai Canal flushes poorly due to its length to width ratio; this, combined with the high nutrient levels discharged into it, causes a persistent problem with water quality. As a result of this study we believe that ...
  • Rappa, Peter J; Miller, Jacqueline N; Pangelinan, Arlene A (Environmental Center, University of Hawaii at Manoa, 1992-11)
    Economic, residential, and infrastructure development has occurred at a rapid rate in Micronesia and American Samoa during the past two decades. As a consequence, the once pristine natural environment has become somewhat ...

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