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Social impact analysis of potential geothermal resource areas (draft)
|Title:||Social impact analysis of potential geothermal resource areas (draft)|
geothermal resource subzones
|LC Subject Headings:||Geothermal resources--Economic aspects--Hawaii|
|Publisher:||Environmental Capital Managers, Inc.|
|Citation:||Environmental Capital Managers, Inc. 1984. Draft Report: Social Impact Analysis of Potential Geothermal Resource Areas. Honolulu, Hawaii: Environmental Capital Managers, Inc.|
|Abstract:||This section on the social impact analysis of geothermal resource areas gives emphasis to people's perceptions, attitudes, and concerns regarding geothermal resource development and-operation. Considerations are based on a general level of 20MW to 30MW geothermal generation of electricity and are based on available public information as of mid-May, 1984. Major social concerns considered in the following discussions are health aspects, noise aspects, lifestyle, culture and community setting, aesthetic aspects, and community input aspects.|
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The Geothermal Collection|
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