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CONCLUDING PERSPECTIVE: The Challenge for Those Assessing Environmental Impact: Finding Our Way—Not Always a Linear Path

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Address correspondence to: Harold Draper, Burns & McDonnell Engineering Company, Inc., 9400 Ward Parkway, Kansas City, MO 64114; (phone) 816-822-3219; (fax) 816-822-4299; (e-mail) hdraper@burnsmcd.com.

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CONCLUDING PERSPECTIVE: The Challenge for Those Assessing Environmental Impact: Finding Our Way—Not Always a Linear Path

  • Harold Draper (a1)

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