Current Research Information System (CRIS) is the U.S. Department of
Agriculture's (USDA) documentation and reporting system for ongoing and
recently completed research projects in agriculture, food ...
This database includes data from various field research projects
relating agricultural management systems and practices to soil,
water, and air quality and to crop production.
Collection Organization: ...
Records of municipal sewage flow increases due to infiltration
and interception of precipitation, 4 locations in Mississippi, 4
years of daily data; 30 years of simulated data based on
The purpose of "Behavior and Effects of Radionuclides in Soils and Plants: Land
Burial of Radioactive Waste" is to determine the efficacy of existing and
proposed procedures used for burial of radioactive ...
The primary objective of "Determination of the Environmental
Fate and Transport of Methyl Bromide" is to determine soil
reactions, the transport characteristics, volatile emissions and
mass partitioning ...
The purpose of "Individual's Judgment About Environmental Risks"
is to measure the attitudes and potential behavior of the public
related to global warming effects on agriculture and natural
The research data found in "Measuring Trace Gases (Including
Methyl Bromide) in Smoke in Brazil" are directed toward
measuring trace gases in smoke plumes over Savannah country
(Brazil) and over moist ...
The "National Environmental Specimen Bank," one of many projects
within the National Biomonitoring Specimen Bank (NBSB) at the
National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), was
The "National Extension Water Quality Database" provides
Cooperative Extension Staff online computer access to
educational resources for water quality developed by the
Cooperative Extension Service ...
The "National Residential Radon Survey (NRRS)" provides an estimate of the
national frequency distribution of annual average radon concentrations in
occupied residences (97.5% of the 1980 United States ...
The "National Water Quality Assessment Program (NAWQA) Home
Page" is an Internet resource that provides information on
research dealing with water quality in the United States. This
home page provides ...
The primary objective of the "Particle Total Exposure Assessment
Methodological Study (PTEAM)" was to estimate the frequency
distribution of exposure of an urban population to inhalable and
The "Permit Compliance System (PCS)" database is a computerized
management information system which contains data on National
Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) permit-holding
"Records of Decision System (RODS)" was developed to track site clean-ups under
the Superfund program and to justify the type of treatment chosen at each site.
Additionally, RODS stores information ...
This data set is a collection of sensitive species observations
from Riverside County and western San Bernadino County, CA. The
primary purpose of the data set is to assist the County Planning
"The Toxic Release Inventory (TRI)" database contains data on annual
estimated releases of over 300 toxic chemicals to air, water and land
by the manufacturing industry. TRI's main purpose is to encourage ...
The Total Exposure Assessment Methodology (TEAM) was designed by the EPA to
develop and demonstrate methods to measure human exposure to toxic substances
in air and drinking water. The goals of Volatile ...
The Water Quality Information Center (WQIC) of the USDA National
Agricultural Library contains access to water quality and
environmental information and access to water quality bibliographies.