Water emissions are assessed through a critical volumes
approach, which considers both the total amount of emissions to water, as well as the environmental toxicity of the chemicals being emitted.
He's a Faulkner scholar, with a dozen important critical volumes
to his credit.
Among the critical volumes
recently published we can mention those by Firchow (2000), Hawkins and Shaffer (2002) and Moore (2004); Nakai (2000) has carried out a survey on the influence of Heart of Darkness on Postcolonial Literatures.
Shockley also edited several critical volumes
, including Afro-American Women Writers, 1746-1933: An Anthology and Critical Guide (G K Hall, 1988), a book that was considered a definitive reference work at the time of its publication.
As editor of the Grenoble OEuvres de Prevost and author of two major critical volumes
, Jean Sgard dominates contemporary Prevost studies; this volume, a selection from his many articles, is a retirement present from his home university and publishers.
Among his critical volumes
are The Modern Drama (1915), The Spirit of Modern German Literature (1916), The Poets of Modern France (1918), The Drama and the Stage (1922), The Story of American Literature (1937), and Goethe (2 v.
TNS' STE can facilitate critical volumes
of trade for NSE, which dominates the equities and derivatives market in India and is reliant on secure, fast and low latency connections.
o Out-of-state monopolistic control of Wisconsin's access to critical volumes
of imported electric power.