By Dale A. Stirling
With a view towards the historical past of North American undefined, A Bibliographic advisor to North American undefined: historical past, well-being, and dangerous Waste presents advised readings in ancient and modern literature concerning the origins of particular industries, the future health and issues of safety they face, and the way they deal with waste and forestall pollutants.
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Friedman, B. L. 1992. Productivity in Crude Oil and Gas Production. Monthly Labor Review 115(3): 9–17. 16. Glass, J. A. 2000. The Gas Boom in East Central Indiana. Indiana Magazine of History 96(4): 313–335. 17. Greene, R. 1981. Employment Trends in Energy Extraction. Monthly Labor Review 104(5): 3–8. 18. Hair, W. I. 1977. Plundered Legacy: The Early History of North Louisiana’s Oil and Gas Industry. North Louisiana Historical Association Journal 8(5): 179–184. 19. Hatheway, A. W. 2002. Geoenvironmental Protocol for Site and Waste Characterization of Former Manufactured Gas Plants; Worldwide Remediation Challenge in Semi-volatile Organic Wastes.
New Mexico Historical Quarterly 64(2): 159–184. 124. Williams, D. 1992. Dawn of a New Era: Gold Mining in 20th Century Georgia. Georgia Historical Quarterly 76(4): 915–928. 125. Wines, R. A. 1985. Fertilizer in America: From Waste Recycling to Resource Exploitation. Philadelphia: Temple University Press. 126. Wood, T. S. 1975. A Brief History of the Granite Industry in San Diego County. Journal of San Diego History 20(3): 61–66. 127. Wright, W. A. 1979. The Granite Town: Milford, New Hampshire, 1901–1978.
36. Hirsh, R. F. 1999. Power Loss: The Origins of Deregulation and Restructuring in the American Electric Utility System. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press. 37. ———. 2003. Technology and Transformation in the American Electric Utility Industry. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. 38. Hope, B. and Sheehan, M. 1983. The Political Economy of Centralized Water Supply in California. Social Science Journal 20(2): 29–39. 39. Howard, S. W. 1992. Green Fields of Montana: A Brief History of Irrigation. Manhattan, KS: Sunflower University Press.
A Bibliographic Guide to North American Industry: History, Health, and Hazardous Waste by Dale A. Stirling