Green Lancaster header displaying a picture of an Amish buggy, and corn field, horses in a field, cows being milked, and windmills.

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This section of my site describes the resources I referenced in the contruction of my site. References are listed in APA bibliograpy style.

References

Bill, E. How Green is your Process? Graphic Arts Monthly, 80(6), 31-32.

Carli, D. Great Print Sustained. Graphic Arts Monthly, 79(8), 22-33.

Cross, L. Navigating to Green. Graphic Arts Monthly, 81(2), 27-30.

Depreza, L. Dry Toner or Inkjet? Graphic Arts Monthly, 80(8), 30-31.

Esler, B. (2008). How Green is your Process? Graphic Arts Monthly, 80(6), 31-32.

Gulbrandsen, L. H. Mark of Sustainability? Environment, 47(5), 8-23.

Kalkowski, J. (2007). Ink Staying Strong. Graphic Arts Monthly, 79(12), 17-22.

Parsons, J. Graph Expo 2007: “Green Printing” is the New JDF. Seybold Report: Analyzing Publishing Technologies, 7 (19), 2-6.

Parsons, J. It’s Not Easy Being Green. Seybold Report: Analyzing Publishing Technologies, 6(6), 4-8.

Parsons, J. The Packaging Factor. Seybold Report: Analyzing Publishing Technologies, 6(6), 9.

Sapir, L. UV Ink in the Wide-Format market: Should Printers take the Cure? Seybold Report: Analyzing Publishing Technologies, 5(9), 18-19.

Savastano, D. Green Ink Crop is Ready for Pickin’. Graphic Arts Monthly, 80(3), 54.

Tan, T. (2008). Different Shades of Green. Publishers Weekly, 255(30), 24-25.

Tan, T. Adapt, Adopt, and Answer. Publishers Weekly, 256(31), 1-4.

Whitcher, J. Getting Wider. Graphic Arts Monthly, 78(6), 14-19.


This site was created by Elizabeth Weekley who is a student at Millersville University of Pennsylvania

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