LinksB.S. in Environmental Chemistry
- Environmental Databases
- Atmospheric Chemistry Resources
- Government Reports
- Collected Web Resources
- Meteorology and Climate
A link to the Environmental Defense Fund. "Scorecard provides detailed information on more than 6800 chemicals used in large amounts in the United States and all chemicals regulated under major environmental laws..."
Maintained by the Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry, "HazDat...is the scientific and administrative database developed to provide access information on the release of hazardous substances from Superfund sites..."
The Syracuse Research Corporation posts this Environmental Fate Data Base page incorporating useful Environmental Chemistry links as well as demos of the database capabilities commercially available from SRC.
- Three EPA supported "Hazardous Substance Research Centers"
- Launch of 'REDIPED' - A Relational Database of Information on 79 Confirmed or Potential Endocrine Disrupters.
- Pesticide properties database - part of the EU project FOOTPRINT
Posted by the California Air Resources Board, the site provides access (for use fees) to Software/Models covering: Toxics and Screening, Photochemical Models, Meteorological models, Emission Inventory models...
The University Corporation for Atmospheric Research (Boulder, CO) Home Page: entry point for many research programs and access to data.
A website at the University of Cambridge (UK) devoted to the ozone hole.
A report by the "Emissions of Greenhouse Gases in the United States US Department of Energy (2009)
An index of Chemistry resources for Environmental and Green chemistry links, maintained by the University of Liverpool (UK)
Home page for the World Meteorological Organization (United Nations) covering scientific research programs, meteorological and oceanographic data, international weather, press releases, links...
Information on global warming potential posted by the Marshall Space Flight center of NASA (July 1997)
- National Climate Assessment
On-line access to this professional society includes meeting announcements, journal contents, job postings and the ASLO bulletin with Society news/views/business.
- American Chemical Society A treasure trove of chemistry related issues including National Chemistry Week and the Mole
A not-for-profit research institute focused on improving scientific knowledge of freshwater resources primarily in central New York State.
EPA NCER Meetings.
B.S. in Environmental Chemistry Links
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