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HR 364, HCR 367, Requesting the University of Hawaii Sea Grant College Program, Working Cooperatively with the Hawaii Department of Health, to Plan and Implement an Ultraviolet Radiation Monitoring and Public Educational Program to Inform Residents and Visitors about Ozone Depletion, Health Effects from Ultraviolet Radiation, and Precautions They Can Take to Guarantee Safe Work and Recreation in Hawaii's Sun - Statement for House Committees on Higher Education and the Arts; Ocean and Marine Resources; and Tourism, Public Hearing - April 10, 1992, 2:00 pm, Room 1008, SOT

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Title: HR 364, HCR 367, Requesting the University of Hawaii Sea Grant College Program, Working Cooperatively with the Hawaii Department of Health, to Plan and Implement an Ultraviolet Radiation Monitoring and Public Educational Program to Inform Residents and Visitors about Ozone Depletion, Health Effects from Ultraviolet Radiation, and Precautions They Can Take to Guarantee Safe Work and Recreation in Hawaii's Sun - Statement for House Committees on Higher Education and the Arts; Ocean and Marine Resources; and Tourism, Public Hearing - April 10, 1992, 2:00 pm, Room 1008, SOT
Authors: Harrison, John
Issue Date: 10 Apr 1992
Pages/Duration: 1 page
URI/DOI: http://hdl.handle.net/10125/27322
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