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Food Distribution And Consumption In Knoxville: Exploring Food-Related Local Planning Issues, Robert C. Blakey, Edward H. Cole, Katherine Haygood, Stephen L. Hebert, Patrick Bruce King, Myles T. Mcgrane, Jeffrey W. Trombly, Marlon I. Williams, Frederick D. Luce, Robert L. Wilson Jul 1977

Food Distribution And Consumption In Knoxville: Exploring Food-Related Local Planning Issues, Robert C. Blakey, Edward H. Cole, Katherine Haygood, Stephen L. Hebert, Patrick Bruce King, Myles T. Mcgrane, Jeffrey W. Trombly, Marlon I. Williams, Frederick D. Luce, Robert L. Wilson

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Summary:

City planners have traditionally made an effort to understand the interrelationships between urban activities and various support systems, such as transportation, water and sewer, waste management, communications and energy. Food is also an important urban support system with a complex system of supply, distribution, and consumption. An understanding of the nature of the food supply and distribution system seems important, but in the past has not been an area of concern for the planning profession. It was the intent of this project to develop a basis from which to seek an understanding of the Knoxville food support system and ...


Transmission Reconnaissance Study : Dickey-Lincoln School Lakes Project, United States Department Of Interior Jan 1977

Transmission Reconnaissance Study : Dickey-Lincoln School Lakes Project, United States Department Of Interior

Dickey-Lincoln School Lakes Project

Two dams are proposed on the St. John River in northern Maine: Dickey, a high earth filled dam immediately above the confluence of the Allagash with the St. John, will have an installed generating capacity of 760 MW; and Lincoln School Dam, 11 miles downstream, a capacity of 70 MW. These dams are scheduled for completion during the mid 1980's. The U.S. Corps of Engineers, New England Division, has been allocated funds to design the project and prepare their own environmental impact statement. This report (Transmission Reconnaissance Studies) discusses alternative transmission facilities needed to connect the project with ...


Dickey-Lincoln School Lakes Project Environmental Impact Statement : Appendix G: Recreation Resources, Northern Maine Regional Planning Commission, Land Use Consultants, Inc., New England Division, U.S. Army Corps Of Engineers Jan 1977

Dickey-Lincoln School Lakes Project Environmental Impact Statement : Appendix G: Recreation Resources, Northern Maine Regional Planning Commission, Land Use Consultants, Inc., New England Division, U.S. Army Corps Of Engineers

Dickey-Lincoln School Lakes Project

This report is to evaluate and describe the existing recreational use and resources of the project area and the encompassing study area and to project the future use of those resources both with and without the Dickey-Lincoln School Lakes Project. The primary impact area of the proposed project (project area) includes the St. John River watershed upstream of the proposed damsites to the confluence of Nine-mile Brook. The area is bounded by the watershed divide with the Allagash River on the east and the Canadian Border on the west.


Dickey-Lincoln School Lakes, Maine, U.S.A. And Quebec, Canada: Design Memorandum No. 5: Water Quality, New England Division, United States Army Corps Of Engineers Jan 1977

Dickey-Lincoln School Lakes, Maine, U.S.A. And Quebec, Canada: Design Memorandum No. 5: Water Quality, New England Division, United States Army Corps Of Engineers

Dickey-Lincoln School Lakes Project

This design memorandum presents the results of several studies undertaken to provide an understanding of present and potential future water quality conditions within and downstream from Dickey and Lincoln School Lakes in accordance with the requirements of ETL 1110-2-1402, dated 12 November 1976. Included are an examination of baseline water quality conditions and the findings of qualitative and quantitative predictive analyses performed to evaluate water quality conditions during all phases of the project's lifetime. This document will also serve as a reference for the water quality portions of the project Environmental Impact Statement.