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Communities That Care , CTC
Communities That Care , CTC
Caption title., Includes bibliographical references., Mode of access: World Wide Web.
Community impacts of Hurricane Ivan : a case study of Orange Beach, Alabama
Community impacts of Hurricane Ivan : a case study of Orange Beach, Alabama
Caption title., "November 2006.", Includes bibliographical references (p. 17-19)., Mode of access: World Wide Web.
Community policing, schools, and mental health
Community policing, schools, and mental health
Caption title., Mode of access: World Wide Web.
Community preparation and response to the Exxon oil spill in Kodiak, Alaska
Community preparation and response to the Exxon oil spill in Kodiak, Alaska
Cover title., Includes bibliographical references (p. 22)., Mode of access: World Wide Web.
Community recovery from a major natural disaster
Community recovery from a major natural disaster
Bibliography: p. 61-63., Mode of access: World Wide Web.
Community resilience and public libraries : post crisis information and connectivity
Community resilience and public libraries : post crisis information and connectivity
In a disaster, decisions have to be made regarding where to go, what to do, and how to locate supplies, help clean up, contact and locate family, file insurance claims, and apply for federal aid. Public libraries are uniquely primed to provide important community information and referral services. Libraries are also the primary provider of free computer and Internet access and serve as community anchor institutions, where people can gather informally for information exchange., Shari R. Veil, Bradley Wade Bishop., Series title and report number from Natural Hazards Center website., Includes bibliographical references., Online resource; title from PDF cover (viewed April 2017), "This research was funded by a grant from the University of Colorado Natural Hazards Center through its Quick Response Grant Program, which is funded by National Science Foundation grant number CMMI1030670.
Community resources assessment report, Montbello
Community resources assessment report, Montbello
Steps to Success is a unique partnership between Far Northeast Denver's Montbello community, faculty researchers from the University of Colorado (CU) Boulder and the CU School of Medicine/Children's Hospital to promote positive youth development and reduce youth violence through a coordinated community-wide effort which is directed by a Community Board consisting of community leaders and partner organizations. A Key Leader Advisory Board consisting of city and state leaders and elected officials also meets quarterly to support the work of the Community Board., Steps to Success Community Resources and Evaluation Committee., "March 2013.", Online resource; title from PDF cover (viewed April 2017)
Community response in a terrorist disaster
Community response in a terrorist disaster
This research project is exploratory and focuses on the motivations, observations, behaviors, and changes experienced by spontaneous volunteers responding to the World Trade Center attacks., Includes bibliographical references (p. [4]), Description based on online resource; title from PDF caption; (viewed June 2002), This material is based upon work supported by the National Science Foundation under Grant No. CMS-0080977.
Community responses to Hurricane Isabel : an examination of community emergency response team (CERT) organizations in Virginia
Community responses to Hurricane Isabel : an examination of community emergency response team (CERT) organizations in Virginia
Report examines to what degree community emergency response teams (CERT) played a role in the experience of Hurricane Isabel in Virginia. The overall conclusion of this study is that the programs were still in the early stages of development and had yet to create a clear role for themselves in relation to the established emergency management functions, Title from cover., Mode of access: World Wide Web.
Community risk assessment report, Montbello
Community risk assessment report, Montbello
Steps to Success is a unique partnership between Far Northeast Denver's Montbello community, faculty researchers from the University of Colorado (CU) Boulder and the CU School of Medicine/Children's Hospital to promote positive youth development and reduce youth violence through a coordinated community-wide effort. In this report, the risk factors identified increase the likelihood that a young person will become violent or engage in other problem behaviors such as dropping out of school or using drugs and alcohol, while protective factors buffer the young person against those risks. Many of the same risk and protective factors that predict violence also predict other problem behaviors, including substance use, delinquency, teen pregnancy, and dropping out of school. Likewise, a reduction in the risk factors and an increase in the protective factors that predict violence and other problem behaviors will also help to promote positive youth development., Steps to Success Risk and Protective Factor Committee., "February 2013.", Includes bibliographical references page 74., Online resource; title from PDF cover (viewed April 2017)
Comparison of coalbed methane statutes in the federal, Virginia and West Virginia jurisdictions
Comparison of coalbed methane statutes in the federal, Virginia and West Virginia jurisdictions
"January 1995; rev. April 1995.", Includes bibliographical references., Mode of access: World Wide Web.
Computer techniques for the presentation of palynological and paleoenvironmental data
Computer techniques for the presentation of palynological and paleoenvironmental data
by Margaret Eccles, Margaret Hickey and Harvey Nichols., Bibliography: page 139., Print version record.
Concentrating solar power and water issues in the U.S. Southwest
Concentrating solar power and water issues in the U.S. Southwest
Concentrating solar power (CSP) systems utilize the sun's energy to create heat that is used to generate electrical power. CSP systems in the United States are installed primarily in the Southwest, with 92% of plants that are operational, under construction, or under development located in three western states--Arizona, California, and Nevada. This report provides an overview of CSP development in these states, or the 'Southwest' for the purposes of this discussion, with a particular focus on the water supply issues associated with CSP., Published through SciTech Connect., March 2015.", "NREL/TP-6A50-61376.", Contributors: Nathan Bracken, Jordan Macknick, Angela Tovar-Hastings, Paul Komor, Margot Gerritsen, Shweta Mehta., AC36-08GO28308
Conserving biodiversity on private lands
Conserving biodiversity on private lands
David Farrier., "January 1995.", Includes bibliographical references., Print version record.
Considerations for climate change and variability adaptation on the Navajo Nation
Considerations for climate change and variability adaptation on the Navajo Nation
Julie Nania and Karen Cozzetto., "March 2014.", "Support for this project was provided by the National Integrated Drought Information System, Western Water Assessment, the Renewable and Sustainable Energy Institute at the University of Colorado, and the Getches-Wilkinson Center for Natural Resources, Energy and the Environment at the University of Colorado Law School."--Page 2 of cover., Includes bibliographical references., Cover.
Construction of hazard perception and activism on the Internet : amplifying trivial risks and obfuscating serious ones
Construction of hazard perception and activism on the Internet : amplifying trivial risks and obfuscating serious ones
The advent of the Internet has fundamentally altered the discussions of hazard policy between technical experts, public interest activists, and elected risk management policy makers, by providing with the immediacy, duration, geographical reach, and exponential expansion of communications among individuals., "April 12, 2001." -- P. [8], Includes bibliographical references (p. 5-8)., Description based on online resource; title from PDF caption; (viewed May 2014), This work is based upon work supported by the National Science Foundation under Grant No. CMS-9319422.
Controlling water use to protect water quality within western allocation systems
Controlling water use to protect water quality within western allocation systems
by Teresa A. Rice., "Presented to Colorado Outdoor Recreation Resource Project, Denver, Colorado, June 11, 1991.", Online resource; title from PDF caption (viewed March 2023)
Convergence revisited : a new perspective on a little studied topic
Convergence revisited : a new perspective on a little studied topic
Bibliography: p. 39-40., This report was prepared with support from the Natural and Man-Made Hazard Mitigation Program of the National Science Foundation under Grant BCS 9005106., Print version record.

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