Ocean Research Program Reviews : Consensus Reports
The division produces 60-70 reports per year. These reports are unique, authoritative expert evaluations. Each report is produced by a committee of experts selected by the Academy to address a particular statement of task and is subject to a rigorous, independent peer review. The experts who volunteer their time participating on study committees are vetted to make sure that the committee has the range of expertise needed to address the task, that they have a balance of perspectives, and to identify and eliminate members with conflicts of interest. All reports undergo a rigorous, independent peer review to assure that the statement of task has been addressed, that conclusions are adequately supported, and that all important issues raised by the reviewers are addressed. Thus, while the reports represent views of the committee, they also are endorsed by the Academy.
Managing Wastewater in Coastal Urban Areas (1993)
This report examines the problems of wastewater and stormwater management in coastal urban settings, where water quality issues are often complex. It recommends a system of integrated coastal management for wastewater and stormwater and provides technical information on implementing such an approach. More >>