Lyna L. Wiggins

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Choices about transportation alternatives permeate our daily lives. We are accustomed to making quite sophisticated decisions about the times we travel, the transportation mode we choose, the routes we select, and the multipurpose trips that we link together as we plan our day. Because the impact of traffic congestion (as well as events such as automobile(More)
Data: A Handbook of Basic Practices. " GIS Task Force members compiled state-of-the-art information to assist all cancer registries in their decisions about GIS tools, practices, and current issues. The Handbook is a current reflection of how GIS can be applied to cancer registry operations, practices, and even research using cancer registry data. For all(More)
A statistical analysis of water consumption at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology between FY80 and FY91 provides measures that help identify targets for water conservation at the institutional level. First, information from a variety of institutional sources is brought together to provide matter for study. This work proved the most time-consuming,(More)
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