All sorts of experiments have been mooted to help stem global warming, ranging from releasing sulphur dioxide into the high atmosphere to using Welsbach
material which Linda Leblanc mentions.
The settlement funds will be used at the Welsbach
Superfund site in Camden and Gloucester City, New Jersey and reimburse the federal government for substantial cleanup costs at the Federal Creosote Superfund site in Manville, New Jersey.
The team representing the joint venture companies included persons from: SEW JV (Skanska USA Civil, ECO 111 & JF White); Hazen and Sawyer PC; CDM; Malcolm Pirnie; CH2M Hill; Welsbach
Electric; LJ Coppola Inc.
Environmental Protection Agency Region 2 representatives joined with federal and local officials to mark what the agency called a major milestone in the cleanup of the radioactively contaminated Welsbach
Superfund Site in Camden, N.
A week and a half earlier, CEO Wolfgang Auer von Welsbach
was arrested, accused of fraud, and is currently awaiting trial.
October 29 -- The City of New York will be able to continue its action against Welsbach
Didymium, however, proved to be a mixture itself and was separated into neodymium (Nd) and praseodymium (Pr) in 1885 by the Austrian chemist Karl Auer von Welsbach
patent "for Reduction of Global Warming" proposed countering global warming by dispensing microscopic particles of aluminum oxide and other reflective materials into the upper atmosphere.
Many thanks to Ron Allen, Katherine Eldred, Dan Farber, Bruno Frey, David Kaye, Elizabeth Larsen, Doug Lichtman, Dale Nance, Jeff Rachlinski, Stephen Schulhofer, Cass Sunstein, David Welsbach
, and participants in workshops at George Mason and University of Toronto Law Schools, and at a meeting of the Comparative Law and Economics Forum, all of whom made this an enjoyable project.
Stephens and Welsbach
, 1998) since the signaling mechanism should work regardless of the market circumstances.
Smith is a comedian and the author of Openly Bob, published by Rob Welsbach
The intercession of the War Office and Ministry of Munitions, which considered them vital for the war effort, saved a number of electric-light manufacturers, led by Welsbach