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corrigendum Vol. 60, No. 6, June 1979 70 0 fluctuations and resulting socioeconomic, energy, and water resource conditions during the 1960-75 period. Future impacts will be estimated by imposing these conditions on projected regional characteristics for the 1980-2020 period. Environmental Research and Technology, Inc. (ERT) recently completed a contract awarded by the Manufacturing Chemists Association (MCA) to review and assess the technical require- ments of selected portions of the Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA) proposed regulation "Standards Applicable to Owners and Operators of Hazardous Waste Treatment, Storage, and Disposal Facilities," which stems from Section 3004 of the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act of 1976. The study involved evaluation of the proposed regulations to identify technical errors or discrepancies as well as standards and specifications that vary from good engineering practice or that appear overly stringent. The results of the ER T study supplement the reviews of the MCA's member companies, and were submitted to EPA in support of MCA comments on the regulations. Promulgation of final regulations is expected later this year. • Harold W. Bernard, Jr., is the author of Weather Watch, a book listed in the "New Publications" section of the April BULLETIN (p. 351); in that announcement, Bernard's first name was cited incorrectly as Howard. • announcements continued from page 683 in the establishment of a global measuring network and associated research programs. Boeck stresses the importance of locating electrical measurement stations in remote or Sun/weather studies inaccessible regions. "One of the difficulties," he says, "is that any measurement includes undesired electrical effects, Scientists at Niagara University, the University of Minnesota- such as those due to thunderstorms within a 50 mile radius, Duluth, and NCAR are beginning a collaborative study aimed local storminess, and local disturbances related to air or at identifying the ways that solar particulate emissions may electromagnetic pollution. You have to have remote good- be linked to weather through electrophysical mechanisms of weather locations to get the most representative readings of the atmosphere. The study will involve theoretical modeling the global electrical parameters." The present data base of and the collection of observational data on atmospheric atmospheric electrical measurements, mainly from Mauna electrical fields, conductivities, and currents. Loa, is quite limited (one or two years' worth), so the proposed Doyne Sartor of the NCAR Atmospheric Analysis and measuring stations would provide valuable information for Prediction Division is working with William Boeck of Niagara verifying models of global electricity. University and Donald Olson of the University of Minnesota Investigators who are interested in sun-weather studies are to obtain measurements of fair-weather electric fields and invited to contact: Doyne Sartor, Atmospheric Analysis and conductivities and to monitor thunderstorm and other Prediction Division, National Center for Atmospheric atmospheric electrical activity. The are using NOAA Research, P.O. Box 3000, Boulder, Colo. 80307 (tel: 303-494- instruments and facilities to obtain measurements of the 5151, ext. 77-531); William Boeck, Niagara University, electric field and air-earth currents at the Mauna Loa Observa- Niagara, N.Y. 14109 (tel: 716-285-1212, ext. 464); or Donald tory, Hawaii, which is operated by NOAA's Geophysical Olson, University of Minnesota-Duluth, Duluth, Minn. Monitoring for Climatic Change program. 55812 (tel: 218-726-8125). Scientists from several nations, including Australia, Poland, Continued on page 708 Kenya, and Israel, have expressed an interest in cooperating http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society American Meteorological Society

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Vol. 60, No. 6, June 1979 70 0 fluctuations and resulting socioeconomic, energy, and water resource conditions during the 1960-75 period. Future impacts will be estimated by imposing these conditions on projected regional characteristics for the 1980-2020 period. Environmental Research and Technology, Inc. (ERT) recently completed a contract awarded by the Manufacturing Chemists Association (MCA) to review and assess the technical require- ments of selected portions of the Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA) proposed regulation "Standards Applicable to Owners and Operators of Hazardous Waste Treatment, Storage, and Disposal Facilities," which stems from Section 3004 of the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act of 1976. The study involved evaluation of the proposed regulations to identify technical errors or discrepancies as well as standards and specifications that vary from good engineering practice or that appear overly stringent. The results of the ER T study supplement the reviews of the MCA's member companies, and were submitted to EPA in support of MCA comments on the regulations. Promulgation of final regulations is expected later this year. • Harold W. Bernard, Jr., is the author of Weather Watch, a book listed in the "New Publications" section of the April BULLETIN (p. 351); in that announcement, Bernard's first name was cited incorrectly as Howard. • announcements continued from page 683 in the establishment of a global measuring network and associated research programs. Boeck stresses the importance of locating electrical measurement stations in remote or Sun/weather studies inaccessible regions. "One of the difficulties," he says, "is that any measurement includes undesired electrical effects, Scientists at Niagara University, the University of Minnesota- such as those due to thunderstorms within a 50 mile radius, Duluth, and NCAR are beginning a collaborative study aimed local storminess, and local disturbances related to air or at identifying the ways that solar particulate emissions may electromagnetic pollution. You have to have remote good- be linked to weather through electrophysical mechanisms of weather locations to get the most representative readings of the atmosphere. The study will involve theoretical modeling the global electrical parameters." The present data base of and the collection of observational data on atmospheric atmospheric electrical measurements, mainly from Mauna electrical fields, conductivities, and currents. Loa, is quite limited (one or two years' worth), so the proposed Doyne Sartor of the NCAR Atmospheric Analysis and measuring stations would provide valuable information for Prediction Division is working with William Boeck of Niagara verifying models of global electricity. University and Donald Olson of the University of Minnesota Investigators who are interested in sun-weather studies are to obtain measurements of fair-weather electric fields and invited to contact: Doyne Sartor, Atmospheric Analysis and conductivities and to monitor thunderstorm and other Prediction Division, National Center for Atmospheric atmospheric electrical activity. The are using NOAA Research, P.O. Box 3000, Boulder, Colo. 80307 (tel: 303-494- instruments and facilities to obtain measurements of the 5151, ext. 77-531); William Boeck, Niagara University, electric field and air-earth currents at the Mauna Loa Observa- Niagara, N.Y. 14109 (tel: 716-285-1212, ext. 464); or Donald tory, Hawaii, which is operated by NOAA's Geophysical Olson, University of Minnesota-Duluth, Duluth, Minn. Monitoring for Climatic Change program. 55812 (tel: 218-726-8125). Scientists from several nations, including Australia, Poland, Continued on page 708 Kenya, and Israel, have expressed an interest in cooperating

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Published: Jun 1, 1979

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