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Inventor:
Byers; Lawrence F.
Address:
Palo Alto, CA
No. of patents:
2
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Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
7685105 System and method for indexing, organizing, storing and retrieving environmental information March 23, 2010
Embodiments of the present invention provide indexing, organizing, storing and/or retrieving of environmental information regarding a proposed environment-modifying project, including information about an environment-modifying natural event or construction project ("project"); a natu
6856907 Method for planning, communicating and evaluating projects that impact the environment February 15, 2005
A method for electronically planning, evaluating, representing and communicating environmental information about site characteristics and the impact of proposed activities, through visualization, modeling and/or decision support modules, which support the shared public and private ev










 
 
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