First-time visitors will want to start at the "Background" section; they may then proceed to the "Policy & Program" area, where they can learn what the state is doing to combat this situation. Some of these programs include a voluntary greenhouse gas emission registry for California companies and a research program to spur environmentally-friendly energy alternatives. Finally, the site also includes a very nice glossary of terms used in discussing global climate change.
Knowledge portal highlighting civil engineering and technology on the Internet. iCivilEngineer collects, indexes and catalogues high-quality internet resources in civil engineering knowledge and technology.
Of most interest are feature technical articles, technology news, engineering design guides, online full-text research papers, tutorials and real-world project information. All of them are accessible or downloadable at no charge.
Over 30,000 pages of engineering fundamentals and calculators. Top level categories are: Materials, Design Center, Processes, Units & Constants, Formulas, and Mathematics. Commercially maintained and offers additional services for a fee-based membership.
Is a free and open resource designed primarily for faculty and students of higher education. Links to online learning materials are collected here along with annotations such as peer reviews and assignments.
Current market research and analysis in a broad spectrum of industries including information technology, energy & environmental sciences, biotech and telecommunications. Contains an annual summary/update of industrial sectors. Has corporate index, glossary, ability to incorporate data & prepare reports.
"Top ten" links chosen by industry experts - general civil engineering as well as more specific areas such as bridges, geotechnical, hydrology, indoor/outdoor environment, organizations, software, tall buildings, transportation.
The subject gateway on Engineering. Provides fast access to a large scientific technical data pool, well structured search results, and direct access to the services of the Technical Information Library.
A resource for locating and sourcing water-based environmental sources on the internet, it is temporarily unavailable electronically in .pdf as an ebook but can be found at call number: SL REF TC403.W38 2007.