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National Center for Health Statistics

National Center for Health Statistics
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CIA: The World Factbook People from nearly every country share information with CIA, and new individuals contact us daily. If you have information you think might interest CIA due to our foreign intelligence collection mission, there are many ways to reach us. If you know of an imminent threat to a location inside the U.S., immediately contact your local law enforcement or FBI Field Office. For threats outside the U.S., contact CIA or go to a U.S. Embassy or Consulate and ask for the information to be passed to a U.S. official. Please know, CIA does not engage in law enforcement. In addition to the options below, individuals contact CIA in a variety of creative ways. If you feel it is safe, consider providing these details with your submission: Your full name Biographic details, such as a photograph of yourself, and a copy of the biographic page of your passport How you got the information you want to share with CIA How to contact you, including your home address and phone number

NDL/FNIC Food Composition Database Home Page SCORECARD - POLLUTION LOCATOR | Toxic Chemical Releases Over 4 billion pounds of toxic chemicals are released by industry into the nation's environment each year, including 72 million pounds of recognized carcinogens. Scorecard can give you a detailed report on chemicals being released from any of 20,000 industrial facilities, or a summary report for any area in the country. Scorecard spotlights the top polluters in the U.S., and ranks states and counties by pollutant releases. Provide your zipcode to get a report for your community, or use the Pollution Locator to search for reports on specific areas. To zoom in to your state's report, click on the map below. United States Environmental Release Reports Available at This Level View National Report

National Center for Biotechnology Information Online Materials Information Resource - MatWeb ConsumerLab.com - independent tests and reviews of vitamin, mineral, and herbal supplements WIKIPEDIA - Environment of the United States. Biota[edit] Bioregions of North America, according to one scheme. Animals[edit] More than 400 mammal, 700 bird, 500 reptile and amphibian, and 90,000 insect species have been documented.[1] Wetlands such as the Florida Everglades are the base for much of this diversity. Fungi[edit] Around 14,000 species of fungi were listed by Farr, Bills, Chamuris and Rossman in 1989.[2] Still, this list only included terrestrial species. Plants[edit] With habitats ranging from tropical to Arctic, U.S. plant life is very diverse. Human impacts on biota[edit] The country's ecosystems include thousands of nonnative exotic species that often harm indigenous communities of living things. Climate[edit] Climate zones of the lower 48 United States. The U.S. climate is temperate in most areas, tropical in Hawaii and southern Florida, polar in Alaska, semiarid in the Great Plains west of the 100th meridian, Mediterranean in coastal California and arid in the Great Basin. Geology[edit] Environmental issues[edit]

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Open Science and Crowd Science: Selected Sites and Resources Open Science and Crowd Science: Selected Sites and Resources Diane (DeDe) Dawson Natural Sciences Liaison Librarian University of Saskatchewan Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canadadiane.dawson@usask.ca Copyright 2012, Diane (DeDe) Dawson. Used with permission. Table of Contents IntroductionOpen ScienceCrowd ScienceMethods and ScopeOpen Science - Definitions and PrinciplesOpen Science - Open Lab Notebooks of Individuals and Lab GroupsOpen Science - BlogsCrowd Science - Projects for Individuals or Small TeamsCrowd Science - Volunteer Distributed Computing ProjectsThe Main SoftwareOrganizationsSelected ProjectsFurther Sources for ProjectsSelected Examples of Collaborative Science Sites for SpecialistsMain Software & Online Tools for Open ScienceOpen Science Conferences and CommunityConferencesFurther Reading/ViewingVideosDeclarations, Reports and White PapersOpen e-BooksSelected Essays, Articles, and InterviewsReferences Introduction Open Science Crowd Science Methods and Scope Open Science - Blogs

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