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    • Protecting Oklahoma's children : who is responsible?

    • Abused children--Services for--Oklahoma.; Child abuse--Law and legislation--Oklahoma.
    • The legislation creating the Child Abuse Study Commission mandated that we examine all laws, policies, and procedures relevant to child abuse and neglect. Protecting Oklahoma's Children: Who is Responsible? is the result of six months' work by...
    • Baptist Standard Magazine, 1921 June 23

    • Afro-Americans--Oklahoma--Tulsa-History; Riots--Oklahoma--Tulsa--History--20th century;Tulsa (Okla.)--Race relations; Violence--Oklahoma--Tulsa--History--20th century; African American neighborhoods--Oklahoma--Tulsa--History--20th century;...
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    • Lake Thunderbird algae 2003 : final report.

    • Algae--Oklahoma--Thunderbird, Lake.; Thunderbird, Lake (Okla.);
    • Algae have long been known to cause water quality problems in many municipal water systems. From the available data, Lake Thunderbird contains algae with the potential to produce taste and odor (T&O) and toxin chemicals
    • Anthrax

    • Anthrax--Popular works.
    • What is anthrax? Anthrax is caused by the spore-forming bacterium, Bacillus anthracis. Anthrax is found naturally in soil and commonly affects animals. Although it is rare, it can also infect humans when they are exposed to infected animals or...
    • Phase 1 targeted brownfield assessment for the Pauls Valley Armory.

    • Armories--Environmental aspects--Oklahoma--Pauls Valley.; Brownfields--Oklahoma--Pauls Valley.; Environmental impact analysis--Oklahoma--Pauls Valley.
    • The purpose of this assessment is to look at the environmental conditions within the target area and provide this information to the City of Pauls Valley to assist in its revitalization planning as well as meet the All Appropriate Inquiry...
    • Avian influenza.

    • Avian influenza--Popular works.
    • The Asian H5N1 “bird flu” is not present anywhere in North America. There have been no records of positive tests in wild or do-mestic birds, or cases of human illness in the U.S. ; What is avian influenza? Avian influenza, or “bird flu,” is...
    • Avian influenza

    • Avian influenza--Popular works.
    • The H5N1 and H7N9 “bird flu” is not present anywhere in North America. There have been norecords of positive tests in wild or domestic birds, or cases of human illness in the U.S.; What is avian influenza? Avian influenza, or “bird flu”, is...
    • Bats and rabies

    • Bats as carriers of diseases.; Rabies--Popular works.; Rabies in animals--Popular works.
    • What is rabies? Rabies is a disease caused by a virus that affects the nervous system of humans and other warm blooded mammals.; How is rabies spread? The rabies virus is found only in the brain, spinal cord, and saliva of infected animals. Rabies...
    • Bats and rabies.

    • Bats as carriers of diseases.; Rabies--Popular works.; Rabies in animals--Popular works.
    • What is rabies? Rabies is a disease caused by the rabies virus that affects the nervous system of humans and other warm-blooded mammals.; How can I tell if a bat has rabies? Only a laboratory test can tell if a bat has rabies.
    • Orthopedic impairment

    • Bone diseases in children.; Children with disabilities--Education.; United States. Individuals with Disabilities Education Act.
    • Definition of Orthopedic Impairment under IDEA Orthopedic impairment means a severe orthopedic impairment that adversely affects a child’s educa­tional performance. The term includes impairments caused by congenital anomaly (e.g., clubfoot,...
    • Information about concussion.

    • Brain--Concussion--Popular works.
    • This booklet has been produced following a research study into mild head injury, funded by the Victorian Ministerial Implementation Committee on Head Injury.; Information about Mild Head Injury or Concussion You have experienced a blow to the head...
    • Traumatic brain injury

    • Brain-damaged children.; Children with disabilities--Education.; United States. Individuals with Disabilities Education Act.
    • Definition of Traumatic Brain Injury under IDEA Traumatic Brain Injury is an acquired injury to the brain caused by an external physical force, resulting in total or partial functional disability or psychosocial impairment, or both, that adversely...
    • Update on Oklahoma bridges and highways.

    • Bridges--Oklahoma--Maintenance and repair.; Bridges--Oklahoma--Design and construction.; Roads--Oklahoma--Maintenance and repair.; Roads--Oklahoma--Design and construction.;
    • As the information in this update is considered, it is important to reflect on the conditions, experiences and occurrences that previously defined a highway system in a state of unmanageable disrepair along with the initiative, efforts and...
    • Brownfields redevelopment and voluntary cleanups in Oklahoma

    • Brownfields--Law and legislation--Oklahoma.; Hazardous waste site remediation--Law and legislation--Oklahoma.
    • In 1996, the Oklahoma Legislature enacted the Oklahoma Voluntary Brownfields Redevelopment Act1 and instructed the Oklahoma Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) to create a new program to encourage the cleanup and redevelopment of idled or...
    • Brucellosis

    • Brucellosis--Popular works.
    • What is brucellosis? Brucellosis, also called undulant fever, is an infectious disease caused by different species of the bacteria Brucella. It is usually a disease of animals, but it can sometimes cause disease in humans who have had contact with...
    • Review of the death of Ahonesty Hicks of Oklahoma County of Oklahoma

    • Children--Oklahoma--Oklahoma County--Death.; Child abuse--Oklahoma--Oklahoma County.; Hicks, Ahonesty, 2009-2011.; Wells, Deandre --Trials, litigation, etc.
    • On May 4, 2011, the Office of Juvenile System Oversight (OJSO) received a request for a public report pursuant to Title 10A Section 1-6-105 in regard to the death of Ahonesty Hicks, a one year old child who died on May 3, 2011. Deandre Wells was...
    • Chlamydia in Oklahoma in 2012

    • Chlamydia infections--Oklahoma--Statistics.; Chlamydia infections--Popular works.
    • Chlamydia, caused by the bacterium Chlamydia trachomatis, is the most commonly reported, notifiable sexually transmitted disease (STD) in the United States and the most prevalent STD in Oklahoma. In 2012, Oklahoma had 16,843 cases of chlamydia....
    • Why do my trees have yellow leaves?

    • Chlorosis (Plants)
    • The leaves of most trees should be green, but sometimes in the Great Plains, tree leaves turn from green to yellow. It's a problem called chlorosis. Chlorisis is an abiotic (not caused by a living organism such as a fungus or virus) disease. It's...
    • How to use Agweather's drift risk advisor

    • Crops and climate--Oklahoma.; Pesticides--Application--Oklahoma.;
    • Spray applicators are faced with the challenge of avoiding spray drift. Spray drift is defined as “the output from an agricultural crop sprayer that is deflected out of the target area,” typically caused by wind. Spray drift can be hazardous to...
    • Dam maintenance guidelines

    • Dams--Maintenance and repair.
    • Properly maintaining a dam not only protects the dam and its owner, but the general public as well. A good maintenance program will protect a dam against deterioration, prolong its life, and greatly reduce the chance of failure.
    • Minimum standards for communication equipment purchases.

    • Data transmission systems--Standards--Oklahoma.; Emergency communication systems--Oklahoma.; Government communication systems--Oklahoma.
    • "The lack of adequate, reliable, and interoperable communications systems has been a challenge for public safety agencies in the state of Oklahoma and across the country for decades.";"In the state of Oklahoma, cultural resistance to change and...
    • Dengue fever

    • Dengue--Popular works.
    • What is dengue? Dengue (pronounced den' gee) is an infection caused by a virus from the dengue virus family and is spread by being bitten by an infected mosquito. Dengue viruses cause conditions called dengue fever and dengue hemorrhagic fever....
    • Oklahoma drought contingency plan.

    • Droughts--Government policy--Oklahoma.; Drought relief--Oklahoma--Management.; Water conservation--Government policy--Oklahoma.
    • Reminded of this tragic episode [the Dust Bowl] as effects of the 1996 drought rippled through the state’s economy and society, and recognizing the deficiency of serious drought planning work in Oklahoma, state emergency officials and water...
    • Hazard mitigation plan for the great state of Oklahoma

    • Emergency management--Oklahoma.;Disaster relief--Oklahoma.;Hazard mitigation--Oklahoma.;Natural disasters--Government policy--Oklahoma.
    • This document is the updated natural-hazard mitigation plan for the State of Oklahoma.; It is a strategic planning guide to be presented in fulfillment of requirements of the Disaster Mitigation Act (DMA) of 2000 which amends the Robert T. Stafford...
    • Program procedures guide.

    • Food--Safety measures--Law and legislation--Oklahoma.; Food contamination--Prevention--Oklahoma.; Food service--Law and legislation--Oklahoma.
    • Program: MOBILE ESTABLISHMENTS Statute Reference: Title 63 O.S. Supp. 1992, Sections 1-1101 through 1-1139 State Board of Health Rules and Regulations: Food Service Establishment Regulations Chapter 256 Local Ordinance Reference: Check with...

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