past, present, future of New Jersey toxic waste sites -- WNYC/NJ Public Radio "Dirty Little Secrets"

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According to the WNYC/NJ Public Radio investigative journalism series, "Dirty Little Secrets," New Jersey's industrial/environmental history is potentially or actually affecting 90% of us New Jerseyans.  

For the big picture, take a look at the map -- the sites ring the state, along the shore and Delaware River. For detailed locations throughout the state and current information, you can enter an address at "Dirty Little Secrets: NJ's Contaminated Sites

http://project.wnyc.org/toxic-nj/

http://www.wnyc.org/story/dirty-little-secrets-nj-industrial-coast-accident-waiting-happen/

http://www.wnyc.org/story/nj-contaminated-sites/?utm_source=/story/dirty-little-secrets-nj...

There was a followup segment on the NPR program, The Takeaway  takeaway.org  12/9/2015.  

 

 Karen   

 

12/9/2015

Karen Reeds, PhD, FLS

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A State of Health: New Jersey's Medical Heritage" (Rutgers UP, 2001) http://rutgerspress.rutgers.edu/product/State-of-Health,2011.aspx

Karen Reeds. 2015. “Houses No Warmer Than Barns: Peter Kalm on Fireplaces and Firewood in Colonial Pennsylvania”. The Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography 139 (3). Historical Society of Pennsylvania: 349–52. doi:10.5215/pennmaghistbio.139.3.0349.