Research Horizons [Volume 18, Number 3, Spring/Summer 2001]

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Title: Research Horizons [Volume 18, Number 3, Spring/Summer 2001]
Author: Toon, John ; Sanders, Jane M.
Abstract: The Next Big Thing... Is Very Small Preempting a Creeping Disaster - Drought is prompting Georgia to develop a proactive management plan. Happy Motoring on Safer Highways - High-tech fog warning system developed at Georgia Tech will issue advisories to motorists. FACULTY PROFILE: Crossing the Digital Divide - Claudia Huff brings energy and soul to Foundations for the Future. Immersed in a Virtual World - Researchers are using virtual reality technology for therapy and other applications. Another Antartic Atmospheric Surprise - Scientists find evidence of a highly oxidizing environment over the South Pole. America's Auto-Dependent Urban Form - State-of-the-art computing and communications technology offers commuters "timely" advantages in urban transit systems and carpooling.
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Type: Newsletter
Date: 2001-07-14
Contributor: Georgia Tech Research Institute
Georgia Tech Research Institute. Research News and Publications Office
Publisher: Georgia Institute of Technology

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