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Section II. Air Monitoring and Air Quality Studies

 

II. AIR MONITORING AND AIR QUALITY STUDIES

1. Jerry Pell, Brackish Water Hyperbolic Cooling Tower Study, A Research and Monitoring Proposal, Maryland Power Plant Siting Program, PPSP-MP-2, January 1973

2. J.J. Lentz, Thermal Behavior of Natural Draft Cooling Towers, Applied Physics Laboratory, The Johns Hopkins Univ., PPSE-T-11, 1978
NTIS No. PB-297557

3. Werner Furth, Calculated Power Plant Impact on Baltimore Air Shed, Research Inst. for Advanced Studies, Martin Marietta Corporation, PPSP-MP-4, January 1973
NTIS No. PB-277078

4. Michael D. Mazaika, Meteorological Instrumentation of a Tall Tower in the Baltimore-Washington Metropolitan Area: A Preliminary Study, Environmental Measurements, Inc., PPMP-22, July 1978

5. Gary M. Klauber, Baltimore Oxidant Study 1977, Environmental Measurements, Inc., PPMP-23, September 1978

6. The Maryland Power Plant Air Monitoring Program Annual Report 1972-73, Environmental Measurements, Inc., PPSP-AMP-1, 1973

7. Peter E. Wagner, The Maryland Power Plant Air Monitoring Program, Research and Development Laboratory/RIAS, Martin Marietta Corporation, PPSP-MP-7, March 1973

8. The Maryland Power Plant Air Monitoring Program, Annual Report 1973-1974, Environmental Measurements, Inc., Annapolis, PPSP-AMP-2, 1974

9. The Maryland Power Plant Air Monitoring Program, Annual Report 1974-75, Environmental Measurements, Inc., PPSP-AMP-3, 1975

10. Jeffrey C. Weil, Comparison Between Observed and Calculated Stack Plume Dispersions, Research and Development Laboratory/RIAS, Martin Marietta Corporation, PPM-5, January 1973

11. Jeffrey C. Weil, The Rise of Moist Buoyant Plumes, Martin Marietta Laboratories, PPM-6, September 18, 1973

12. J.H. Meyer, T.W. Eagles, L.C. Kohlenstein, J.A. Kagan, and W.B. Stanbro, Mechanical Draft Cooling Tower Visible Plume Behavior: Measurements, Models, Predictions, Applied Physics Laboratory, The Johns Hopkins Univ., presented at Cooling Tower Environment 1974, March 4-6, 1974, Univ. of Maryland, PPM-7, 1974

13. Werner Furth, Statistical Analysis of Ground-Level SO2, NO, and NO2 Concentrations, Martin Marietta Corporation, PPSP-MP-9, November 1973
NTIS No. PB-277079

14. Jerome Gavis, Carol Aubuchon, and Ruth Aranow, A Model For Sulfur Dioxide Oxidation in Plumes, Dept. of Geography and Environmental Engr., The Johns Hopkins Univ., PPRP-16, January 1976

15. David L. Swift and William H. Wells, Coagulation Rates of Sub-Micron Particulates in the Troposphere, Dept. of Environmental Health Sciences, The Johns Hopkins Univ., PPRP-24, February 1979
NTIS No. PB-295756

16. Jeffrey C. Weil, Evaluation of the Gaussian Plume Model at Maryland Power Plants, Martin Marietta Corporation, PPSP-MP-16, March 1977
NTIS No. PB-277084

  • Front Sections and Chps I-III (1.6 MB)
  • Chp IV (1.4 MB)
  • Chps V - Appendices (1.7 MB)

  • 17. Gary M. Klauber, Air Quality Measurements in Rough Terrain Luke, Maryland, 1975-1976, Environmental Measurements, Inc., PPSP-MP-18, June 1977

    18. Jeffrey C. Weil, Testing of Rough Terrain Dispersion Models at the Westvaco Corporation's Pulp Mill in Luke, Maryland, Interim Report, Martin Marietta Corporation, PPSP-MP-19, April 1977

    19. Jeffrey C. Weil, Testing of Rough Terrain Dispersion Models at the Westvaco Pulp Mill in Luke, Maryland, Martin Marietta Corporation, PPSP-MP-20, January 1978
    NTIS No. PB-296158

    20. Jeffrey C. Weil, Modeling of Buoyant Plume Dispersion in Complex Terrain (2.1 MB), Environmental Center, Martin Marietta Corporation, PPRP-35, August 1979
    NTIS No. PB80-145337

    21. Jeffrey C. Weil, Assessment of Plume Rise and Dispersion Models Using Lidar Data, Martin Marietta Corporation, PPSP-MP-24, February 1979
    NTIS No. PB-293673

  • Front Sections, Chps I - III (1.6 MB)
  • Chp IV - Appendices (2.2 MB)
  • 22. Jeffrey C. Weil, Performance of Simple Models for Stack Plume Dispersion During Convective Conditions, Martin Marietta Corporation, PPSP-MP-30, April 1980 (Revised August 1980)
    NTIS No. PB80-191869

    23. Roger Brower, Comparison Between Predictions of Two Gaussian Models (CRSTER and Modified CRSTER) and Measured SO2 Concentrations Near Tall Stacks Under Convective Conditions, Technical Note, PPSP-MP-32, June 1980
    NTIS No. PB80-197106

    24. Roger P. Brower, Evaluation of The Gaussian Plume Model Under Stable Conditions at Three Maryland Power Plants, Martin Marietta Corporation, PPSP-MP-25, March 1979
    NTIS No. PB-293726

    25. R.C. Koch, B. Fliegner, H.E. Rector, and J.T. Shakenbach, A Lidar Study of Stable Plume Dispersion Characteristics, GEOMET, Inc., Gaithersburg, Maryland, PPSP-MP-31 (2 Volumes), March 1980: Volume 1 -- Main Report; Volume 2 -- Appendices
    NTIS No. PB80-211071

    26. J.C. Weil, S.C. Traugott, and D.K. Wong, Stack Plume Interaction and Flow Characteristics for a Notched Ridge, Environmental Center, Martin Marietta Corp., PPRP-61, March 1982
    NTIS No. PB82-229683

    27. J.C. Weil and R.P. Brower, The Maryland PPSP Dispersion Model for Tall Stacks, Environmental Center, Martin Marietta Corporation, PPSP-MP-36, April 1982
    NTIS No. PB82-219155

    28. Roger Brower, The Maryland Power Plant Siting (PPSP) Air Quality Model User's Guide, Environmental Center, Martin Marietta Corp., PPSP-MP-38, April 1982
    NTIS No. PB82-238387

    29. Gary M. Klauber, Airborne Field Study of Power Plant Plume Dispersion in Stable Atmospheres, Environmental Measures, Inc., PPRP-60, June 1982
    NTIS No. PB83-168930

    30. Thomas J. Overcamp, Plume Rise from Two or More Adjacent Stacks, Environmental Systems Engineering, Clemson Univ., PPRP-67, September 1982
    NTIS No. PB83-179036

    31. Edward A. Davis, Gary A. Yoshioka, and Timothy S. Margulies, A Systems Study of Regional Air Transport Modeling for Emergency Response Applications, Applied Physics Laboratory, The Johns Hopkins Univ., PPSE-T-22, January 1983
    NTIS No. PB83-204941

    32. J.C.R. Hunt, S. Leibovich, and J.L. Lumley, Prediction Methods for the Dispersal of Atmospheric Pollutants in Complex Terrain, Flow Analysis Associates, PPRP-78, March 1983
    NTIS No. PB83-213504

    33. Estimating Convective Boundary Layer Parameters for Diffusion Applications, Environmental Center, Martin Marietta Corp., PPSP-MP-48, April 1983
    NTIS No. PB83-209197

    34. Edward A. Davis, Cooling Tower Plume and Drift Model: Description and User's Guide, Applied Physics Laboratory, The Johns Hopkins Univ., PPSE-T-25, April 1984
    NTIS No. PB84-229103

    35. A. Venkatram and R. Paine, Development of a Model to Estimate Dispersion of Elevated Releases in the Shear-Dominated Boundary Layer, Environmental Research and Technology, PPRP-92, May 1984
    NTIS No. PB85-l55943/AS

    36. Edward T. Brookman, David H. Carnes, Pietro A. Catizone, and Kevin J. Kelley, Determination of Fugitive Coal Dust Emissions from Rotary Railcar Dumping, TRC Environmental Consultants, PPSE-T-33 (2 Volumes), September 1984:
    Volume 1 -- Main Report: NTIS No. PB85-137032
    Volume 2 -- Appendices: NTIS No. PB85-137040

    37. James H. Meyer, Lance G. Hereford, and Michael J. Lenkevich, Rotary Rail Car Dumper Coal Dust Suppressant Experiment, Applied Physics Laboratory, The Johns Hopkins University, PPSE-T-31, October 1984
    NTIS No. PB85-135639

    38. James H. Meyer, Michael J. Lenkevich, and Edward A. Davis, Comparison of Fugitive Coal Dust Sizing Techniques, Applied Physics Laboratory, The Johns Hopkins University, PPSE-T-32, October 1984
    NTIS No. PB85-135036

    39. J.C. Weil and L.A. Corio, A Modification of the PPSP Dispersion Model for Highly Buoyant Plumes, Versar, Inc., PPRP-MP-60, June 1988
    NTIS No. PB88-231105/AS

    40. Diane Mountain, Matt Kahal, Jennifer Seinfeld, Rick Borkowicz, and Roger Brower, Identification of Issues Pertaining to Maryland Utilities' Plans for Complying with Title IV of the 1990 CAAA, ERM, Inc., Exeter, Inc., and Versar, Inc., PPRP-106, May 1993
    NTIS No. PB94-119211

    41. Rick Borkowicz, Background Information for RACT Determination of NOx Emissions from MD Power Plants - Part I - Boilers, Versar, Inc., PPRP-107, October 1993
    NTIS No. PB94-123130

    42. Rick Borkowicz, Background Information for RACT Determination of NOx Emissions from Maryland's Power Plants - Part II - Combustion Turbines, Versar, Inc., PPRP-108, October 1993
    NTIS No. PB94-118510

    43. Fred Vukovich and Robert Wayland, Characteristics of Ozone in the Baltimore-Washington Area: 1-Hour Average Concentrations (1 .3 MB), Science Applications International Corp., PPRP-115, July 1998
    NTIS No.PB98-173867

    44. Louis Corio, In-Stack Condensible Particulate Matter Measurement and Permitting Issues for Maryland Power Plants (3.1 MB), Versar, Inc., PPRP-116, September 1998
    NTIS No. PB99-111072

    45. Kenneth Walsh and Richard Gardner, Projected Compliance with the PM2.5 National Ambient Air Quality Standards, Science Applications International Corp., PPRP-117, May 1998
    NTIS No. PB99-133209

    46. Julie Ross, Mark DiPrinzio, and Gary Walls, Review of NOx Control Technologies Potentially Feasible for Installation on Large Utility Boilers in Maryland (6.4 MB), Environmental Resources Management, PPRP-119, July 1999
    NTIS No. PB99-166514

    47. Julie Ross, Dan Goldstein, David Dunn, Drew Cressman, and Heather Wattenbac, Maryland Utility NOx Ract Update Report (1 MB), Environmental Resources Management, PPRP-120, December 1999
    NTIS No. PB2000-105169

    48. Eric Prestbo, Julie Calhoun, Robert Brunette, and Marc Palidini, Mercury Speciation Measurements in the Fluegas and Plume of Two Maryland Combustion Sources: Montgomery County Resource Recovery Facility (RRF) and PEPCO Dickerson Generating Station (Dickerson) (565 KB), Frontier Geosicences, Inc., PPRP-121, October 1999
    NTIS No. PB2000-107864

    49. Fred M. Vukovich, Characteristics of Ozone in the Baltimore-Washington Area: 8-Hour Average Concentrations (2.3 MB), Science Applications International Corp., PPRP-122, April 2000
    NTIS No. PB2000-105431

    50. Dallas Burtraw, Karen Palmer, and Anthony Paul, Regional Impacts of Electricity Restructuring on Emissions of NOx and CO2 (6.1 MB), Resources for the Future, PPRP-123, June 2000
    NTIS No. PB2001-103489

    51. Salman Sheikh, Abdullah Syed, Julie Ross, and Samar Joshi, Maryland Utililty NOx Control Update Report, Fossil Consulting Services, Inc., and Environmental Resources Management, Inc., PPRP-129, May 2004
    NTIS No. PB2004-105855

    52. Glesmann, S., R. Svendsen, S. Sjostrom, and J. Sherwell, Mercury Measurement and Characterization at Constellation Power Source Generationís Coal-Fired Units, Emission Strategies, Inc., PPRP-130, May 2004
    NTIS No. PB2005-100647

    53. Lisa Avendt, Mark Garrison, Julie Ross, and Anand Yegnan, Air Impacts of Distributed Generation Power Sources In Maryland, Environmental Resources Management, Inc., PPRP-131, August 2004
    NTIS No. PB2005-100647

    54. Kenneth Walsh, Ph.D. and Matthew Milling Data Mining to Determine Local Effects of Mercury Emissions (492 KB), Science Applications International Corporation, PPRP-133, November 2005
    NTIS No. PB2006-104461

    55. Steven Drosjack and Salman Sheikh, Maryland Industrial Boiler Emissions Report, Fossil Consulting Services, Inc., PPRP-134, September 2005.
    DRAFT NTIS PB2008-100790

    56. E. Prestbo, J. Calhoun, R. Mason and Ann Baines, Mercury in Power Plant and Municipal Waste Combustion Plumes: Phase II - Ambient Mercury Sampling (2.2 MB), Frontier Geosciences, University of Maryland College Park and Environmental Resources Management, Inc., PPRP-135, October  2005
    NTIS No. PB2006-104462

    57. Michael McClintock, P.E., Maryland CO2 Emissions from Power Plants (1.6 MB), Fossil Consulting Services., PPRP-136, August 2005
    NTIS No. PB2006-104463

    58. Shannon Long, Ann Baines, and Julie Ross, Maryland Smart Siting Phase III Report, Environmental Resources Management, Inc., PPRP-137, December 2005.
    NTIS PB2006-110516

    59. Mike McClintock and David Scheiwe, Identifying, Quantifying and Controlling Emissions of Sulfur Hexafluoride (SF6) from Electrical Equipment in Maryland, Fossil Consulting Services, Inc., PPRP-138, November 2005.
    DRAFT NTIS No. Unavailable

    60. Mark Garrison, An Evaluation of the AMS/EPA Regulatory Model (AERMOD Complex Terrain Algorithms, Environmental Resources Management, Inc., PPRP-139, February 2006.
    NTIS No. PB2006-109124

    61. Mark Garrison and Sharon Gill, A Review of the PRIME Model and Implications for Power Plant Licensing in Maryland, Environmental Resources Management, Inc., PPRP-140, February 2006.
    NTIS No. PB2006-109123

    62. Ann Baines, Bonnie Ludlow, Karen Fletcher, and Julie Ross, Evaluation of Toxic Release Inventory (TRI) Data for Power Plants in Maryland, Environmental Resources Management, Inc., PPRP-141, March 2006.
    NTIS No. PB2006-109122

    63. Matthew Milligan, Kenneth Walsh, Ph.D. Weather-Normalized Ozone Trends in Baltimore and Washington, DC Science Appilications International Corporation., PPRP-143, July 2007
    NTIS PB2008-100786

    64. Matthew Milligan, Kenneth Walsh, Ph.D. Synoptic Evalution of Regional PM2.3 Concentrations , Science Appilications International Corporation., PPRP-144, July 2007
    NTIS No. PB2008-107948

    65. Thomas Wickstorm and Mark Garrison Alternative Analysis of Fogging/Icing Impacts from a Flue Gas Desulfurization (FGD) System , Environmental Resource Management, Inc., Exton, PA., PPRP-148, January 2009
    NTIS No. PB2000-111511

    66. Anand Yegnan and Julie Ross, Nox SIP Rule - Impacts on Maryland and Surrounding States , Environmental Resource Management, Inc., Exton, PA., PPRP-149, January 2009
    NTIS No. PB2009-111443

    67. Anand Yegnan, Bonnie Ludlow, and Julie Ross Evaluation of Toxic Release Inventory (TRI) Data for Power Plants in Maryland II: Update , Environmental Resource Management, Inc., Exton, PA., PPRP-150, January 2009
    NTIS No. PB2009-111512

    68. Mark Garrison Broiler Industry Ammonia Emissions in the Chesapeake Bay Watershed, , Environmental Resource Management, Inc., Exton, PA., PPRP-154. June 2010
    NTIS No. PB2010-110868


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