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1919 - Bradley Quadrant Topographical Survey, Monterey And San Luis Obispo Counties - Usgs, 2018 California State University, Monterey Bay

1919 - Bradley Quadrant Topographical Survey, Monterey And San Luis Obispo Counties - Usgs

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1919 U.S. Geological topographical survey depicting the Bradley Quadrangle, Monterey and San Luis Obispo counties, California, reflecting landmarks, Salinas River, creeks, ranchos, railways and roads.


1919 - King City Quadrangle Topographical Survey, Monterey County - Usgs, 2018 California State University, Monterey Bay

1919 - King City Quadrangle Topographical Survey, Monterey County - Usgs

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U.S. Geological topographical survey depicting the King City Quadrangle, Monterey County, California, reflecting landmarks, Salinas River, creeks, ranchos, railways and roads.


1919 - Paso Robles Quadrangle Topographical Survey, San Luis Obispo County - Usgs, 2018 California State University, Monterey Bay

1919 - Paso Robles Quadrangle Topographical Survey, San Luis Obispo County - Usgs

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A 1919 Geological topographical survey depicting the Paso Robles Quadrangle, San Luis Obispo County, California, reflecting landmarks, Salinas River, creeks, ranchos, railways and roads.


1919 - San Miguel Quadrangle Topographical Survey, Monterey And San Luis Obispo Counties - Usgs, 2018 California State University, Monterey Bay

1919 - San Miguel Quadrangle Topographical Survey, Monterey And San Luis Obispo Counties - Usgs

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U.S. Geological topographical survey depicting the San Miguel Quadrangle, Monterey and San Luis Obispo counties, California, reflecting landmarks, Salinas River, creeks, ranchos, railways and roads.


1920 - Jamesburg Quadrangle Topographical Survey, Monterey County - Usgs, 2018 California State University, Monterey Bay

1920 - Jamesburg Quadrangle Topographical Survey, Monterey County - Usgs

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1919 U.S. Geological topographical survey depicting the Jamesburg Quadrangle, Monterey County, California, reflecting landmarks, Salinas River, creeks, ranchos, railways and roads.


1921 - Lucia Quadrangle Topographical Survey, Monterey County - Usgs, 2018 California State University, Monterey Bay

1921 - Lucia Quadrangle Topographical Survey, Monterey County - Usgs

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1921 U.S. Geological topographical survey depicting the Lucia Quadrangle, Monterey County, California, reflecting landmarks, Salinas River, creeks, ranchos, railways and roads.


1919 - Adelaida Quadrangle Topographical Survey, San Luis Obispo County - Usgs, 2018 California State University, Monterey Bay

1919 - Adelaida Quadrangle Topographical Survey, San Luis Obispo County - Usgs

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1919 - U.S. Geological topographical survey depicting the Adelaida Quadrangle, San Luis Obispo County, California, reflecting landmarks, creeks, ranchos, railways and roads.


1919 - Bryson Quadrangle Topographical Survey, Monterey County - Usgs, 2018 California State University, Monterey Bay

1919 - Bryson Quadrangle Topographical Survey, Monterey County - Usgs

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A 1919 U.S. Geological topographical survey depicting the Bryson Quadrangle, Monterey County, California, reflecting landmarks, creeks, ranchos, railways and roads


1919 - Capitola Quadrangle Topographical Survey, Santa Cruz And Monterey Counties - Usgs, 2018 California State University, Monterey Bay

1919 - Capitola Quadrangle Topographical Survey, Santa Cruz And Monterey Counties - Usgs

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1919 U.S. Geological topographical survey depicting the Capitola Quadrangle, Santa Cruz and Monterey counties, California, reflecting landmarks, creeks, ranchos, railways and roads.


1919 - Junipero Serra Quadrangle Topographical Survey, Monterey Countyu.S. Geological Topographical Survey Of San Luis Obispo Quadrangle. - Usgs, 2018 California State University, Monterey Bay

1919 - Junipero Serra Quadrangle Topographical Survey, Monterey Countyu.S. Geological Topographical Survey Of San Luis Obispo Quadrangle. - Usgs

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U.S. Geological topographical survey depicting the Junipero Serra Quadrangle, Monterey County, California, reflecting landmarks, creeks, ranchos, railways and roads.


1919 - San Simeon Quadrangle Topographical Survey, San Luis Obispo County - Usgs, 2018 California State University, Monterey Bay

1919 - San Simeon Quadrangle Topographical Survey, San Luis Obispo County - Usgs

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A 1919 U.S. Geological topographical survey depicting the SanSimeon Quadrangle, San Luis Obispo County, California, reflecting landmarks, creeks, ranchos, railways and roads.


1921 - Cape San Martin Quadrangle Topographical Survey, Monterey And San Luis Obispo Counties - Usgs, 2018 California State University, Monterey Bay

1921 - Cape San Martin Quadrangle Topographical Survey, Monterey And San Luis Obispo Counties - Usgs

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1921 U.S. Geological topographical survey depicting the San Martin Quadrangle, Monterey and San Luis Obispo counties, California, reflecting landmarks, creeks, ranchos, railways and roads.


1921 - Metz Quadrangle Topographical Survey, Monterey And San Benito Counties - Usgs, 2018 California State University, Monterey Bay

1921 - Metz Quadrangle Topographical Survey, Monterey And San Benito Counties - Usgs

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1921 U.S. Geological topographical survey depicting the Metz Quadrangle, Monterey and San Benito counties, California, reflecting landmarks, Salinas River, creeks, ranchos, railways and roads.


1954 - Moss Landing Quadrangle Topographical Survey, Monterey County - Usgs, 2018 California State University, Monterey Bay

1954 - Moss Landing Quadrangle Topographical Survey, Monterey County - Usgs

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1954 U.S. Geological topographical survey depicting the Moss Landing Quadrangle, Monterey County, California, reflecting landmarks, creeks, ranchos, railways and roads.


Harmonizing The Affordable Care Act With The Three Main National Systems For Healthcare Quality Improvement: The Tort, Licensure, And Hospital Peer Review Hearing Systems, Katharine Van Tassel 2018 Concordia University School of Law, Boise

Harmonizing The Affordable Care Act With The Three Main National Systems For Healthcare Quality Improvement: The Tort, Licensure, And Hospital Peer Review Hearing Systems, Katharine Van Tassel

Katharine Van Tassel

.. [W]hile the ACA [Affordable Care Act] has at least some provisions addressing the need to make changes in the medical malpractice and licensure systems to encourage the use of evidence-based standards of care, the ACA completely ignores the hospital peer review system. This article makes specific suggestions for how to revise all three major systems [the tort, licensure, and hospital peer review] so that they can work in tandem with federal law to encourage physicians to adopt [an] evidence-based model of medical practice in order to improve healthcare quality, cost, and access. This article starts by explaining the difference ...


Regulating In Uncertainty: Animating The Public Health Product Safety Net To Capture Consumer Products Regulated By The Fda That Use Innovative Technologies, Including Nanotechnologies, Genetic Modification, Cloning, And Lab Grown Meat, Katharine A. Van Tassel 2018 Concordia University School of Law, Boise

Regulating In Uncertainty: Animating The Public Health Product Safety Net To Capture Consumer Products Regulated By The Fda That Use Innovative Technologies, Including Nanotechnologies, Genetic Modification, Cloning, And Lab Grown Meat, Katharine A. Van Tassel

Katharine Van Tassel

This Article will use nanotechnology as an example that highlights how regulation based on novelty rather than hazard achieves the proper balance between protecting public health while encouraging innovation through the animation of the public health product safety net. In Part II, this Article starts by explaining what nanotechnology is and the remarkable growth of its use in everyday consumer products. It then summarizes the steadily increasing number of studies that suggest that there are likely to be serious health risks associated with the use of nanotech consumer products. Next, it explains how the FDA [Food and Drug Administration] is ...


Using Clinical Practice Guidelines And Knowledge Translation Theory To Cure The Negative Impact Of The National Hospital Peer Review Hearing System On Healthcare Quality, Cost, And Access, Katharine Van Tassel 2018 Concordia University School of Law, Boise

Using Clinical Practice Guidelines And Knowledge Translation Theory To Cure The Negative Impact Of The National Hospital Peer Review Hearing System On Healthcare Quality, Cost, And Access, Katharine Van Tassel

Katharine Van Tassel

This Article starts with a history of the growth of hospital peer review and then examines the merits of the rationales that motivated the passage of the Health Care Quality Improvement Act of 1986 ('HCQIA'), which catapulted peer review into the national system that exists today. The Article next explains how the peer review hearing process works and how HCQIA turns private hospitals into small, individual quasi-regulatory agencies. The Article goes on to critique the 'bad apples' approach taken by hospital peer review in light of the growing body of empirical research that supports a systems improvement approach to dealing ...


Hospital Peer Review Standards And Due Process: Moving From Tort Doctrine Toward Contract Principles Based On Clinical Practice Guidelines, Katharine A. Van Tassel 2018 Concordia University School of Law, Boise

Hospital Peer Review Standards And Due Process: Moving From Tort Doctrine Toward Contract Principles Based On Clinical Practice Guidelines, Katharine A. Van Tassel

Katharine Van Tassel

This Article proposes a solution to the problems associated with the current use of vague standards in peer review. This Article will examine the proposal that medical staffs switch from ad hoc judicial decision-making to rule-making. This switch will allow medical staffs to abandon the troublesome practice of applying vague 'standard of care' measures ex post facto. In its stead, express contractual terminology could be adopted, such as 'expectations of performance,' which incorporates specifically chosen and uniquely tailored clinical practice guidelines ('CPGs') directly into the medical staff by-laws. Describing the expectations of physician performance in express contractual terms enables physicians ...


The Introduction Of Biotech Foods To The Tort System: Creating A New Duty To Identify, Katharine Van Tassel 2018 Concordia University School of Law, Boise

The Introduction Of Biotech Foods To The Tort System: Creating A New Duty To Identify, Katharine Van Tassel

Katharine Van Tassel

This Article examines the question of whether an unsuspecting consumer who dies from an allergic or toxic reaction to an undisclosed biotech ingredient in food can recover damages through the tort system. The surprising answer is that recovery is very unlikely. This Article outlines why this is the case, then evaluates the merits of several potential solutions to this problem including the possible creation of a common law 'duty to identify' biotech ingredients in food. This Article is arranged as follows. First, a brief primer on the nature of biotech foods is provided. For the reader unfamiliar with the regulatory ...


Blacklisted: The Constitutionality Of The Federal System For Publishing Reports Of "Bad" Doctors In The National Practitioner Data Bank, Katharine Van Tassel 2018 Concordia University School of Law, Boise

Blacklisted: The Constitutionality Of The Federal System For Publishing Reports Of "Bad" Doctors In The National Practitioner Data Bank, Katharine Van Tassel

Katharine Van Tassel

In order to highlight the problems with the NPDB [National Practitioner Data Bank], this Article compares physician blacklisting with other forms of blacklisting. For example, both physician and sexual predator blacklisting programs have the same goals: allowing the public to engage in self-protection by preventing “predators” from traveling to new locations to prey on a new group of unsuspecting victims. And both sexual predators and physicians suffer similar stigmatization as the result of the “badge of infamy” that comes with being blacklisted. But this is where the similarities end. Accused sex offenders get all of the trappings of due process ...


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