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AADC. Draft Natural Resources Management Plan. Narrow Cape, Kodiak Island, Alaska, 1997.

Balogh, G. U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Anchorage, Alaska. Personal Interview.
September, 1997.

Beiting, E.J. oeSolid Rocket Motor Exhaust Model for Alumina Particles in the Stratosphere.”
J. Spacecraft and Rockets 34 (May - June, 1997): 303-310.

Brady, B.B. oeModeling the Multiphase Atmospheric Chemistry of Launch Clouds.” Journal of Spacecraft and Rockets 34 (September - October, 1997): 5.

Burke, M.L. and Zittel, P.F. oeLaboratory generation of free chlorine from HCL under stratospheric afterburning conditions.” Combustion and Flame, in press, 1997.

Cheng, H.K. Personal communication. 18 September 1997.

Cheng, H.K. Results and Discussion of Submarine Sonic Boom Noise Penetration Analysis. Los Angeles, California, 1997.

ENRI. Letter to G. Wheeler of USFWS from S.L. Wilber, Alaska Natural Heritage Program. Subject: marine wildlife surveys. 30 July, 1997.

ENRI. University of Alaska Anchorage. Environmental Baseline of Narrow Cape, Kodiak Island, Alaska. Volume 2 of 3. Appendices 1-3. Anchorage, Alaska, 1995.

FAA. Environmental Assessment of the Kodiak Launch Complex. Anchorage, Alaska, 1996.

Jackman, C.H. et al, oeSpace ShuttleÃs Impact on the Stratosphere: an update.” J. Geophys.
Res. 101 (1996): 12523-12529.

Navy Air Warfare Weapons Center, Sea Range Office Memorandum. Code 529100E, Point Mugu, California. 9 September 1997.

Plotkin, K., Ph.D. Personal communication. 19 September 1997.

Stewart, B., Ph.D. Review of Documents in Support of Kodiak Launch Complex,

Kodiak, Alaska. September 1997.

U.S. Army. Environmental Assessment: Theater Missile Defense (TMD) Flight Test.
Huntsville, Alabama: U.S. Army Space and Strategic Defense Command, Environmental Office, CSSD-EN-V. April 1995.

U.S. Navy. Annex A to Range Safety Operational Plan 1-97. No. 5100 Ser 521300E/A-241. Point Mugu, California: Naval Air Warfare Center Weapons Division. 21 January 1997.

U.S. Navy. NAWCWPNS Sea Range Safety Handbook. No. NAWCWPNSINST 5100.2, P03B08. Department of the Navy, Naval Air Warfare Center, Weapons Division, Point Mugu, California. 9 July 1993.

Zittel, P.F. oeComputer model predictions of the local effect of large solid fuel rocket motors on stratospheric ozone.” The Aerospace Corporation. El Segundo, California, TR_94 (4231) _9, 1994.

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