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Natural Resources Research Institute  [535]

Persistent link to this collection: http://hdl.handle.net/11299/183688

NRRI

Natural Resources Research Institute (NRRI) is a well-recognized model for University research, innovation and outreach in which the Institute collaborates with its partners (including industry, government, universities, tribes, agencies and communities) in fostering a sustainable, more diversified economy and a healthy environment. The effort will be based on both research to make informed economic and environmental decisions and on an integrated effort to provide the range of outreach services necessary for technology development and transfer, business development and experiential learning in the context of informed environmental stewardship.


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The Feasibility for Marketing and Culturing Walleyes in Minnesota

Skurla, James A; Van Hale, Thomas (University of Minnesota Duluth, 1987-08)
In May 1987, Minnesota Power and the UMD/NRRI Business Group discussed the need to determine the market potential for commercial walleye production in the State of Minnesota. Subsequently, the UMD/NRRI Business Group ...

Consumer Preference Survey of Health Food Store Customers

Skurla, James A; Powers, John W (University of Minnesota Duluth, 1987-11)
Organizations and individuals in the Hubbard County area of west central Minnesota saw the growing and marketing of certified organic specialty crops as an ideal way of rejuvenating a lagging rural economy. The group ...

Summary Report: Environmental Particulate Matter Characterization

Monson Geerts, Stephen D; Hudak, George J; Zanko, Lawrence M; Fosnacht, Donald R (University of Minnesota Duluth, 2019-11)
The NRRI characterization studies provide physical (size and shape), mineralogical, chemical, geological, geographical, and historical context to the findings of the University of Minnesota’s School of Public Health (SPH) ...

Minnesota Taconite Workers Health Study: Environmental Study of Airborne Particulate Matter in Mesabi Iron Range Communities and Taconite Processing Plants - Lake Sediment Study

Zanko, Lawrence M; Reavie, Euan D; Post, Sara P (University of Minnesota Duluth, 2019-12)
Atmospheric deposition of airborne particulate matter such as fugitive dust contributes to sediment that accumulates at the bottom of a lake. Because of this phenomenon, lake sediment can provide an historic mineralogical ...

Minnesota Taconite Workers Health Study: Environmental Study of Airborne Particulate Matter in Mesabi Iron Range Communities and Taconite Processing Plants - Elemental Chemistry of Particulate Matter

Monson Geerts, Stephen D; Hudak, George J; Marple, Virgil; Lundgren, Dale; Gordee, Sarah M; Olson, Bernard; Zanko, Lawrence M (University of Minnesota Duluth, 2019-12)
The Minnesota Taconite Workers Health Study (MTWHS) was initiated in 2008 and included a multicomponent study to further understand taconite worker health issues on the Mesabi Iron Range (MIR) in northeastern Minnesota. ...

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