DEHNR

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DEHNRDepartment of Environment, Health & Natural Resources (North Carolina, USA)
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1986; Karr 1981; Kerans and Karr 1994; NC DEHNR 1997a; and Shields et al.
The Index of Biotic Integrity (IBI) data collection was done in the summer of 1997, according to protocols described in NC DEHNR (1997a) by Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA) biologists and NRCS field scientists.
The Rocky River Watershed rating is in agreement with the Yadkin-Peedee River Basin Report (NC DEHNR 1997b).
SIPS will also aid in data archival as requested by DEHNR and assist with other telecommunications requirements.
Memorandum from Kenneth Rudo, Toxicologist, Occupational & Environmental Epidemiology Section, DEHNR, to Ronald H.
Correspondence from, DEHNR, to Karen Priest (May 19, 1997).
Partners-in-Prevention, a cooperative initiative between North Carolina medical societies and DEHNR, will use the findings from this study to identify and help address obstacles to providing health education through primary-care physicians.
To characterize drownings that occurred in natural swimming areas in North Carolina, the DEHNR reviewed data from the OCME, local health departments, and local police agencies for 1989 (the most recent year for which complete data were available).
The investigation by the DEHNR revealed that the wading pool where this injury occurred had a three-quarter-horsepower suction pump that was not linked to the adjacent adult pool or any other outlet.