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for Carolina Planning Vol. 4 Issue 1, Spring 1978
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Solid waste is a potential supplemental fuel for the state's coal-burning power plants. Axler discusses what would be involved in converting conventional power plants to ones that would burn waste. He also presents experiences other communities have had using this approach and identifies the power plants that are best suited to convert to this type of system.
The nation's coasts are experiencing a period of rapid development. Using the communities of Sanibel, Florida, and Wrightsville Beach, North Carolina, Harbeck contrasts and evaluates the growth management programs of each.
Land use and environmental planners are now using satellite imagery to prepare maps of areas such as North Carolina to develop an adequate analytical base for land use and natural resource planning