Energy, Transportation & the Environment: A Statistical Sourcebook and Guide to Government Data

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Information Publications (Firm)
Information Publications, Dec 30, 2007 - Reference - 429 pages
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Issues surrounding energy, transportation, and the environment are among the most important of our time, and are inextricably linked. Energy, Transportation & the Environment: A Statistical Sourcebook and Guide to Government Data is a new annual statistical reference book from Information Publications. Drawing on the vast information resources of the federal government, it culls the most vital and current facts available on these three topics and presents them clearly and understandably. While information on these three areas is available in a variety of reference sources, this volume pulls together a cross-section of the available information, and serves as a guide to further research. This book is updated annually from the most recently available government data sources, and contains a complete introduction, guide to sources with suggestions for further research, glossary of terms, and index. It provides detailed, easy-to-use tables. - Publisher.

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Contents

Energy Production and Consumption by Source 19492006
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Energy Consumed for Electricity Production by Source 19902006
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Recoverable Oil and Natural Gas Estimates 2005
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