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Thursday, 20th April 2006

Finding Text Transcripts of Earnings Conference Calls; New Earthquake Maps from USGS

Resources, Reports, Tools, Lists, and Full Text
Business--Conference Calls--Transcripts
Source: Seeking Alpha
Seeking Alpha, 123Jump and Others: Finding Transcripts and Overviews of Earnings Conference Calls
We all know that numerous sources exist. Here are three. Two free, one fee-based
1) Seeking Alpha (FREE)
Often posted within hours of a call's completion. Seeking Alpha is also an aggregator of stock market and personal finance blogs.
2) 123Jump.com (FREE). This service was featured as a Resource of the Week a few months ago.
3) Thomson StreetEvents (via the Alacra Store). Extensive archive. Most transcripts cost $75.00. You can also subscribe to the service direct from Thomson Financial.
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Earthquakes--California--Maps
Source: USGS and California Geological Survey
Two New Maps Offer New Look at Hazards and Geologic History of the Greater San Francisco Bay Area
"The first map/poster updates the locations of all faults in the Bay Area known to have deformed the Earth�s surface during the past 2 million years using the latest, most detailed digital mapping. The most hazardous faults include those that broke during historic earthquakes in 1868, 1906, and 1989, along the San Andreas and Hayward faults. The second map/poster shows the Bay Area's geologic materials and structures, which is in part derived from the new map of young (Quaternary) geologic deposits announced by the USGS last February. This poster reveals the complicated geologic history that has led to the landscape that shapes the Bay Area. This new USGS poster is unique in the United States for its level of detail and scope of coverage for a major urban area.
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Environment--United States
Source: EPA, NLM
New, 2004 Toxics Release Inventory Now Available via NLM's TOXNET
Via an email. "The 2004 Toxics Release Inventory (TRI) has been released on TOXNET. The new
release (1987-2004) contains 1,553,330 records. The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA) TRI provides information on the releases of over 600 specific chemicals into the environment as reported annually by industrial facilities around the United States. NLM's TOXMAP uses maps of the United States
to help users visually explore TRI and Superfund Program data. NLM's TOXNET (http://toxnet.nlm.nih.gov/) is a group of databases on hazardous chemicals, environmental health, and toxic releases."
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Chernobyl Accident
Source: WHO and IAEA
Two New Reports to Mark the 20th Anniversary of the Chernobyl Accident
+ Health Effects of the Chernobyl Accident and Special Health Care Programmes
Summary ||| Facts ||| Direct to Full Text (PDF)

++ Environmental Consequences of the Chernobyl Accident and Their Remediation: Twenty Years of Experience (via IAEA; PDF; 180 pages)
See Also: Numerous Chernobyl +20 Resources

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