Occupations -- Environmental aspects -- South Dakota -- Statistics; Clean energy industries -- Employment -- South Dakota; Green movement -- Economic aspects -- South Dakota -- Statistics
This 100-page publication is the culmination of the Labor Market Information Center's green jobs research efforts as part of the Northern Plains and Rocky Mountain Consortium. The U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration...
Research activities and accomplishments by South Dakota Department of Game, Fish and Parks personnel during 1980 on investigations Into Rearing and Restoration of Breeding Canada Geese (Branta canadensis) In South Dakota, under Pittman-Robertson...
Public health -- South Dakota; Communicable diseases -- South Dakota
This issue includes articles about the South Dakota Pregnancy Risk Assessment Monitoring System (PRAMS), South Dakota antibiogram of selected pathogens 2013, Blood lead in South Dakota children 2013 and Selected SD morbidity, January—June.
Health education (Secondary) -- South Dakota; Health surveys -- South Dakota; High school students -- Health and hygiene -- South Dakota -- Statistics; Middle school students -- Health and hygiene -- South Dakota -- Statistics
This study represents a follow-up to the South Dakota Secondary Health studies conducted biennially since the 1997-1998 school year. The purpose of the study was to assess the status of secondary health and health education in South Dakota public...
Information organization; Research -- Data processing
The Primer is designed to help students, advocates, social/human service workers, and others learn how to select, analyze, and present data. The essential steps presented throughout the manual can apply to any field.
Antelopes -- South Dakota; Pronghorn -- South Dakota -- Statistics; Pronghorn -- South Dakota -- Geographical distribution; Pronghorn hunting -- South Dakota -- Statistics
The annual aerial spring inventory of antelope was conducted during May, 1987. From this survey data, the July population of antelope for South Dakota was estimated to be 15,753, and the doe:fawn ratio was 100:62.