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Applied Climatology Research in Coal Development Concerns in Western North Dakota: A Review

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Title: Applied Climatology Research in Coal Development Concerns in Western North Dakota: A Review
Author: Nantt, D.; Method, T.; Ramirez, J. M.
Description: The atmosphere is a convenient medium for the dispersal of some by-products of coal combustion. North Dakota's air quality is excellent and future development of the state's coal reserves should continue to consider air conservation in its planning, design and operations. Proper planning and control to insure air quality preservation require a sound information base on the capability of North Dakota's atmosphere to safeguard itself from air contaminants. There are still information gaps in the understanding and predictability of the atmospheric phenomena which affect the safe dispersal of air pollutants. The impact of these contaminants to the natural processes that produce North Dakota's weather and climate are also largely unknown.
Date: 1976
Subject: Coal
Mining
Environment
Permalink: http://hdl.handle.net/10365/3853

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