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    • War and Agriculture: Three Decades of Agricultural Land Use and Land Cover Change in Iraq 

      Gibson, Glen R (2012-05-09)
      War and geopolitical forces are important drivers of land use and land cover change, and agricultural regions are the most susceptible to those types of changes. Iraq has suffered more than three decades of near-continuous ...
    • Wastewater disinfection : a state-of-the-art summary 

      Sawyer, Calmet M. (Water Resources Research Center, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, 1976)
    • Wastewater treatment in soil as a function of residence time in the root zone 

      Magette, W. L.; Collins, Eldridge, 1940-; Shanholtz, Vernon O., 1935- (Virginia Water Resources Research Center, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, 1983-03)
    • Wastewater user charges and industrial cost recovery : guidelines and examples 

      Ashton, Peter M.; Walker, William R. (Water Resources Research Center, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, 1978)
    • A water code for Virginia 

      Virginia Water Resources Research Center (Virginia Water Resources Research Center, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, 1985-09)
    • A water code to meet Virginia's needs 

      Walker, William R.; Bridgeman, Phyllis G. (Virginia Water Resources Research Center, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, 1985-10)
    • Water Dependency of Energy Production and Power Generation Systems 

      Younos, Tamim M.; Hill, Rachelle; Poole, Heather (Virginia Water Resources Research Center, 2009-07)
    • Water evaporation suppression 

      Gainer, John L., 1938-; Beard, J. Taylor (James Taylor), 1939-; Thomas, Robert R. (Water Resources Research Center, Virginia Polytechnic Institute, 1969)
    • Water in the 2000 Virginia General Assembly 

      Virginia Water Resources Research Center (Virginia Water Resources Research Center, 2000)
      The Virginia General Assembly held its 2000 session from January 12 to March 10. Lawmakers considered 3,172 bills and resolutions (compared to 2,735 measures considered in 1999). Of these, 125 were water-related; that is, ...
    • Water in the 2001 General Assembly 

      Virginia Water Resources Research Center (Virginia Water Resources Research Center, 2001)
      The 2001 Virginia General Assembly lasted from January 10 to February 24. The House of Delegates and Senate considered 2645 bills and resolutions. By our reckoning, 123 of these had something to do with water resources or ...
    • Water in the 2003 Virginia General Assembly 

      Virginia Water Resources Research Center (Virginia Water Resources Research Center, 2003-03)
      The 2003 Virginia General Assembly convened on January 8 and adjourned on February 22, with a reconvened (“veto”) session on April 2. The legislature considered 3277 measures; 1585 passed and 1692 failed. The legislature ...
    • Water in the 2004 Virginia General Assembly 

      LaBarre, Lauren; Virginia Tech. Virginia Water Resources Research Center; Raflo, Alan (Virginia Tech. Virginia Water Resources Research Center, 2004-04)
      The 2004 Virginia General Assembly convened January 14 and was scheduled to adjourn March 13, with a reconvened (“veto”) session planned for April 21. The main issue in this session was the competing budget proposals (for ...
    • Water in the 2005 Virginia General Assembly 

      Virginia Water Resources Research Center (Virginia Water Resources Research Center, 2005-12)
      The 2005 Virginia General Assembly convened January 12 and adjourned February 27, with a reconvened (“veto”) session on April 6. The legislature considered 3363 measures (2938 introduced this year and 425 carried over from ...
    • Water in the 2006 Virginia General Assembly 

      Virginia Water Resources Research Center (Virginia Water Resources Research Center, 2006)
      The 2006 Virginia General Assembly convened January 11 and adjourned March 11, with a reconvened (“veto”) session on April 19. The legislature considered 3287 measures; among the most important business was development of ...
    • Water in the 2007 Virginia General Assembly 

      Virginia Water Resources Research Center (Virginia Water Resources Research Center, 2007-05-24)
      The 2007 Virginia General Assembly convened January 10, adjourned February 24, and held a reconvened (“veto”) session on April 4. During the session, the Assembly considered 3427 measures (3069 introduced in this session ...
    • Water in the 2009 Virginia General Assembly 

      Virginia Tech. Virginia Water Resources Research Center; Raflo, Alan (Virginia Tech. Virginia Water Resources Research Center, 2009-04)
      The 2009 Virginia General Assembly convened January 14 and adjourned February 28. The reconvened (“veto”) session was held April 8. During the session, the Assembly considered 2893 measures (2576 introduced in this session ...
    • Water in the 2010 Virginia General Assembly 

      Virginia Water Resources Research Center (Virginia Water Resources Research Center, 2010-08-24)
      The 2010 Virginia General Assembly convened January 13 and adjourned March 13. The reconvened (“veto”) session was held April 21. During the session, the Assembly considered 2964 measures, passing 1598 of them, defeating ...
    • Water in the 2011 Virginia General Assembly 

      Virginia Water Resources Research Center (Virginia Water Resources Research Center, 2011-09-07)
      The 2011 Virginia General Assembly convened January 12 and adjourned February 26. The reconvened (“veto”) session was held April 6. During the session, the Assembly considered 2965 measures (2692 introduced this year and ...
    • Water in the 2012 General Assembly 

      Raflo, Alan (2012-07)
      The 2012 Virginia General Assembly convened January 11 and adjourned March 10. A Special Session on the state budget convened March 10 and adjourned May 15 with passage of the budget. The reconvened session—for the General ...
    • Water in the 2013 Virginia General Assembly 

      Raflo, Alan (2014-01)
      The 2013 Virginia General Assembly convened January 9 and adjourned February 23. The reconvened session— for the General Assembly to consider vetoes or amendments by the governor—was held April 3. During the session, the ...