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Frequently Asked Questions - Technology Transfer


The Toxic Substances Hydrology (Toxics) Program's technology transfer activities include communication through a variety of publication products. Technical reports, fact sheets, articles in professional journals, books, and other publications are the primary means of documenting and releasing the findings and products of Toxics Program activities.

The Toxics Program's bibliography includes:

  • 5,611 total references
  • 4,170 on-line publications
  • 2,446 articles in peer reviewed journals
  • 720 publications on models and model applications
  • 929 publications on field and laboratory methods
  • 161 student dissertations

Selected recent publications:

The Toxics Program also transfers new technology to beneficiaries through the following mechanisms:

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