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RSES Journal February 2016
Be sure to check out our February 2016 issue. Click on the link to the left for a preview of the issue. Members and susbscribers can peruse the issue from cover to cover by logging in as you would log into www.rses.org. If you are not a Member or paid subscriber, feel free to visit the RSES Journal subscription page or the RSES membership information page. Happy reading!
Leading Off: Who Knew We Would Need to Know That?(PDF)
When I started my career in HVAC back in 1967, I had
no idea what I would need to learn to do my job well. In
those early days, I was the helper and wasn’t expected to
know very much. Most of my time back then was spent on the
“business end” of a tool exercising every muscle in my body (or
at least at the end of the day, it felt like every muscle had been
exercised). read more
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