What Did the Supreme Court Do With the Point Source
Analysis on the existing point source
model and the revised point source
226]Ra point sources
shielded by a material with a low-atomic number, such as PMMA, is appropriate to design the simulated NORM sample.
in its definition of point sources
both those pollution vehicles that
For instance, the EPA recently expressed a willingness to consider requiring all new and expanding point sources
to generate net reductions in watershed loads (called "net improvement offsets") for permitted discharges to the Chesapeake Bay.
With its new strategy, the EPA will take a closer look at how much point sources
contribute to exposure.
All of the point sources
are together representing the total illumination of the sky.
Health and environment information systems based on GIS may be useful in the risk assessment process (for exposure assessment, for disease mapping, for assessing health risks associated with point sources
of pollution, and for estimating the numbers of people at risk).
could not exempt some point sources
, the number of applications would
The non-point to point source
trade mechanism is critical to the success of reducing nutrient loading into Pennsylvania's waterways and ultimately the Chesapeake Bay because non-point sources
contribute more than 50% of the delivered load of nutrients into the Bay.
With it, astronomers for the first time can distinguish between X-ray emissions from point sources
, typically individual stars, and from the diffuse gas at our galaxy's center.
28) "[A]ny restriction established by a State or the Administrator [of the EPA] on quantities, rates, and concentrations of chemical, physical, biological, and other constituents which are discharged from point sources
into navigable waters" is an effluent limitation.