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    • Crop quality survey

    • Winter wheat--Oklahoma--Quality--Statistics--Periodicals.
    • The combination of variety and climatic conditions influences the functionality of wheat. This survey helps to define this functionality, allowing for a better match to the needs of buyers, thus increasing Oklahoma's market share.
    • Advanced weigh-in-motion

    • Weigh-in-motion systems.; Trucks--Oklahoma--Weight.; Trucking--Weight--Government policy--Oklahoma.
    • Truck weight enforcement is an important component in preserving and extending the life of Oklahoma’s roads and bridges. Weigh‐in‐Motion (WIM) technology is a tool that can assist the Oklahoma Department of Transportation (ODOT) and the...
    • Watershed based plan for the Lake Thunderbird watershed

    • Watershed management--Oklahoma--Thunderbird, Lake, Watershed--Planning.; Watershed restoration--Oklahoma--Thunderbird, Lake, Watershed--Planning.; Water quality management--Oklahoma--Thunderbird, Lake, Watershed--Planning.; Watershed...
    • Lake Thunderbird, located in central Oklahoma, is a popular recreational lake as well as a water supply reservoir for the cities of Norman, Del City, and Midwest City, which have a combined population of approximately 178,000. Significant taste and...
    • Water supply regionalization

    • Water-supply--Oklahoma.; Water-supply engineering--Oklahoma.; Reservoirs--Oklahoma.; Water diversion--Oklahoma.
    • Review -Water Planning in Oklahoma -Reservoir Viability -Water conveyance. Regional Systems -Potential -Under Consideration
    • Statewide water assessment

    • Water-supply--Oklahoma.; Water-supply--Oklahoma--Forecasting.
    • The following report was developed by the Oklahoma Water Resources Board and CDM, the OCWP’s lead engineering firm, to assess Oklahoma’s water supplies, develop projections of water demands, quantify physical supply shortages, determine the...
    • Water policy & related recommendations for Oklahoma

    • Water-supply--Oklahoma--Management.; Water-supply--Government policy--Oklahoma.
    • The following report was developed for the 2012 Update of the Oklahoma Comprehensive Water Plan and presents the results of an unprecedented four-year process to develop water policy and related recommendations to address the state’s current and...
    • Oklahoma comprehensive water plan. River basin water allocation modeling report

    • Water-supply--Oklahoma--Computer simulation.; Water resources development--Oklahoma--Planning.; Water-supply--Oklahoma--Forecasting.; Hydrologic models--Oklahoma.
    • The project objective was to create a new set of scenarios and options for the Oklahoma Water Resource Board (OWRB) water allocation models that would facilitate comparison of results with those of the OCWP gap analysis model. Subject basins were...
    • Water demand forecast report addendum. Conservation and climate change.

    • Water resources development--Oklahoma.; Water-supply--Oklahoma--Forecasting.; Water consumption--Oklahoma--Forecasting.; Climate changes--Oklahoma.; Water conservation--Oklahoma.; Water-supply--Effect of global warming on--Oklahoma.
    • In support of IDIQ Task Order Number 1 (W912BV-09-D-1001) for the development of the Oklahoma Comprehensive Water Plan (OCWP), Task 1A.8, Demand Projection Report, this report addendum serves as a supplement to the October 2009, Oklahoma...
    • Water quality primer

    • Water quality--Oklahoma.; Water--Pollution--Oklahoma.
    • This booklet is an introduction to water resources and pollution ecology. Many people feel that water pollution is an issue, but they do not necessarily know why various pollutants are a problem.; The 'Water Quality Primer' provides basic,...
    • Oklahoma statewide water quality trends analysis

    • Water quality--Oklahoma.;
    • It is imperative that the decisions made about Oklahoma’s water resources use all available information to accurately characterize and assess the quality and quantity of our waters. With that in mind, the water quality trend study has integrated...
    • Conserving Oklahoma's water

    • Water conservation--Oklahoma.
    • poster master; Because water is usually so plentiful, accessible, and inexpensive, we often casually disregard its importance and consider it a limitless resource. However, episodes of water shortages and drought are inevitable in Oklahoma....
    • Certified?--it pays! : Oklahoma's career readiness certificate, Workkeys.

    • Vocational qualifications--Oklahoma--Testing.; Basic education--Ability testing--Oklahoma.; Occupational aptitude tests--Oklahoma.
    • What Is an ACT WorkKeys Job Profile? The Career Readiness Certificate assessments measure two key areas: communication and problem-solving. Companies across the United States are using these assessments and certification for hiring new employees,...
    • Admission policy impact study

    • Universities and colleges--Oklahoma--Admission--Periodicals.
    • The State Regents' 'Policy Statement on Admission to, Retention in, and Transfer Among Colleges and Universities of the State System' requires a periodic review of State System admission requirements.; This review accomplishes two important tasks:...
    • Driving into floodwaters, is it worth the risk?

    • Traffic safety.; Floods--Safety measures.
    • Oklahoma is well-known for the awe-inspiring tornados that frequent the state each year. However, more deaths occur in an average year due to flooding than from any other natural hazard. Specifically, almost one-half of all flash flood fatalities...
    • Oklahoma crash facts

    • Traffic accidents--Oklahoma--Statistics--Periodicals.
    • The purpose of this document is to provide a description of Oklahoma traffic crash, injury, and fatality data. This document is a resource for local transportation, law enforcement, health, and other agencies charged with the responsibility of...
    • Task Force on Comprehensive Tax Reform final report.

    • Taxation--Law and legislation--Oklahoma.; Income tax--Oklahoma.; Fiscal policy--Oklahoma.
    • "The Task Force on Comprehensive Tax Reform was created in Senate Joint Resolution 61 during the 2010 legislative session. The Task Force was given a broad mandate to 'recommend amendments to the Business Activity Tax Code, to review the different...
    • OK lean & green : a SNAP participation program.

    • Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (Okla.);
    • The value of continuous improvement motivated Oklahoma Department of Human Services’ (DHS) leadership to seek grant opportunities that would provide capability for improved process efficiency and customer service through technological...
    • Oklahoma strategy for suicide prevention

    • Suicide--Oklahoma--Prevention.; Suicide--Oklahoma--Prevention--Planning.
    • The Oklahoma Suicide Prevention Council recognizes suicide as a public health problem and proposes strategies based on public health methods as recommended by the National Strategy for Suicide Prevention. The public health approach is widely...
    • Sleep related infant deaths : Tulsa County 2004-2009.

    • Sudden infant death syndrome--Oklahoma--Tulsa County.; Infants--Sleep--Mortality--Oklahoma--Tulsa County.
    • The goal of the Tulsa Fetal and Infant Mortality Review Project (TFIMR) is to work with the community to reduce infant mortality rates through targeted systems changes and improvements. Working with others in the community, specifically those who...
    • ODMHSAS EBP matrices.

    • Substance abuse--Prevention--Decision making.; Youth--Substance use--Prevention--Decision making.
    • The purpose of this document is to assist prevention planners in identifying and selecting strategies that: (1) address local needs, and (2) have strong evidence of effectiveness.; In order to assist Oklahoma prevention practitioners select...
    • How to develop a stormwater utility fee

    • Storm sewers--Law and legislation--Oklahoma.; Flood control--Law and legislation--Oklahoma.
    • Contingent upon any comprehensive plan to control flooding is a strategy for managing stormwaters. Oklahoma’s progressive cities regard stormwater management as a service they owe their customers. As a result, an increasing number of cities are...
    • Stillwater Public Schools

    • Stillwater Public Schools (Stillwater, Okla.)--Evaluation.; School districts--Oklahoma--Stillwater--Evaluation.
    • This review is intended to help SPS contain costs, increase revenues, streamline operations, and improve services to ensure that more of every education dollar goes directly into the classroom. To aid in this review the office contracted with WCL...
    • Review of SoonerCare behavioral health services

    • Sooner Care (Program)--Evaluation.; Child mental health services--Oklahoma--Evaluation.; Youth--Mental health services--Oklahoma--Evaluation.
    • Over the past several years, Oklahoma has done a great deal through coordinated efforts among multiple agencies to improve access to behavioral health services for children and youth under 21 years of age covered by SoonerCare, Oklahoma’s...
    • 2010 Oklahoma prevention needs assessment survey. Results for state of Oklahoma

    • School children--Substance use--Oklahoma--Statistics.; Youth--Substance use--Oklahoma--Statistics.; Juvenile delinquency--Oklahoma--Statistics.
    • This report summarizes the findings from the State of Oklahoma Prevention Needs Assessment (OPNA) Survey that was conducted during the spring of 2010 in grades 6, 8, 10, and 12. The results for the State of Oklahoma are presented along with...
    • Rural-urban interface problems and opportunities

    • Rural-urban relations.; Wildland-urban interface.
    • In many areas increasing numbers of people are moving onto small acreages or housing developments that are being located next to farmland. The result is often unhappiness as newcomers and old-timers with different expectations suddenly find...
    • Rural schools of southwestern Oklahoma

    • Rural schools--Oklahoma;Historic sites--Oklahoma.
    • "The Oklahoma Historical Society, State Historic Preservation Office (OK/SHPO) is working toward increasing the area inventoried and recording sites and districts in southwestern Oklahoma that are potentially eligible for the National Register of...
    • The economic impact of the Fairfax, Hominy, and Newkirk community health centers

    • Rural health services--Economic aspects--Oklahoma--Kay County.; Rural health services--Economic aspects--Oklahoma--Osage County.; Fairfax Medical Facilities, Inc.; Robert Clark Family Health Center (Fairfax, Okla.); Hominy Family Health Center...
    • The overall objective of this study is to measure the economic impact of the health sector on the Fairfax, Hominy, and Newkirk Community Health Centers on the areas that they serve. The specific objectives of this report are to: 1. Review economic...
    • Economic impact of construction of a new hospital on the economy of Seiling, Dewey County,...

    • Rural health services--Economic aspects--Oklahoma--Dewey County.; Seiling Community Hospital (Seiling, Okla.); Hospital buildings--Design and construction--Economic aspects--Oklahoma--Dewey County.; Hospital buildings--Design and...
    • Leaders in Seiling, Oklahoma, have realized the importance of a hospital and health services to their economy and future growth. Because of the need for quality health services and for economic development growth and expansion, leaders in Seiling...
    • Oklahoma rural development success stories

    • Rural development--Oklahoma.; Oklahoma--Economic conditions.
    • This publication contains many of the successes in rural development which have been achieved through the combined efforts of private individuals in rural communities, local and state elected officials, and state and federal government agencies.;...
    • Work hardening/work conditioning treatment guidelines.

    • Rehabilitation.; Work capacity evaluation.
    • The objective of the Treatment Guidelines for Work Hardening/Work Conditioning is to provide standards for referral sources to facilitate timely rehabilitation for return to work. As shown in the research literature, a majority of patients with...
    • Common questions about smart meters

    • Recording electric meters.; Electric power consumption--Cost control.
    • The fact is that so-called “smart meters” aren’t smart. Their core function – metering your electric use – is the same as the old analog meters. The difference is that the new meters use digital technology that allows the consumer to be...

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