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Uman, Myron F.

UMAN, Myron F.

UMAN, Myron F. American, b. 1939. Genres: Sciences. Career: University of California, Davis, assistant professor, 1968-73; National Academy of Sciences, Washington, DC, assistant executive officer, 1973-. Johns Hopkins University, visiting fellow. Publications: Introduction to the Physics of Electronics, 1974; Issues in the Assessment of the Environmental Impact of Oil and Gas Production in the OCS, 1974; Research and Development in the U.S. EPA, 1977; The Potential for Increasing Production of Natural Gas From Existing Fields in the Near Term, 1978; Controlling Airborne Particles, 1980; On Prevention of Significant Deterioration of Air Quality, 1981; Electric Power From Orbit: A Critique of a Satellite Power System, 1981; Causes and Effects of Stratospheric Ozone Reduction: An Update, 1982; Acid Deposition: Atmospheric Processes in Eastern North America, 1983; Causes and Effects of Changes in Stratospheric Ozone: Update 1983, 1984; Prospectus for an Evaluation of Critical Aspects of the National Pollution Control Program, 1984; The Nuclear Weapons Complex: Management for Health, Safety, and the Environment, 1989; (ed) Keeping Pace With Science and Engineering: Case Studies in Environmental Regulation, 1993; Technical Bases for Yucca Mountain Standards, 1995. Contributor to books. Address: National Academy of Sciences, 2101 Constitution Ave. N.W., Washington, DC 20418, U.S.A.

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