NOTES

1.  

See the subsection “Databases” in Attachment 5.1 for a description.

2.  

Samuel Glasstone and Philip J. Dolan (eds.). 1977. The Effects of Nuclear Weapons, U.S. Government Printing Office, Washington, D.C., §2.18–2.21, §2.23–2.31, §2.91–2.95, §2.99–2.100.

3.  

Todd Hann, Defense Threat Reduction Agency, August 13, 2004, personal communication.

4.  

Todd Hann, Defense Threat Reduction Agency, August 13, 2004, personal communication.

5.  

Todd Hann, Defense Threat Reduction Agency, August 13, 2004, personal communication.

6.  

Matthew Meselson, Jeanne Guillemin, Martin Hugh-Jones, Alexander Langmuir, Llona Popova, Alexis Shelokov, and Olga Yampolskaya. 1994. “The Sverdlovsk Anthrax Outbreak of 1979,” Science, Vol. 266, pp. 1202-1208.

7.  

National Research Council. 2003. Tracking and Predicting Atmospheric Dispersion of Hazardous Material Releases: Implications for Homeland Security, The National Academies Press, Washington, D.C.

8.  

C. du P. Donaldson. 1973. Atmospheric Turbulence and the Dispersal of Atmospheric Pollutants, AMS Workshop on Micrometeorology, D.A. Haugen (ed.), Science Press, Boston, Mass., pp. 313-390.

9.  

W.S. Lewellen. 1977. “Use of Invariant Modeling,” Handbook of Turbulence, W. Frost and T.H. Moulden (eds.), Plenum Press, pp. 237-280.

10.  

A soldier is considered injured if s/he is unable to perform.



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