The Effect of Federal Standards on U.S. Public Port Development, Volume 39, Pages 83-84
U.S. Department of Commerce, Maritime Administration, 1978 - Harbors - 98 pages
Results of a survey on port costs for environmental protection, employee health and safety and cargo security, 1970-1976, requested by the U.S. National Transportation Policy Committee of the American Association of Port Authorities.
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