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52 BiBliography Airport Emergency Plans, Master Plans, FAA Advisory Circular 150/5200-31C, Office of Airport Planning and Programming, Federal Aviation Administration, U.S. Department of Transportation, Washington, D.C., May 1, 2007 [Online]. Available: http://www.faa.gov/docu mentLibrary/media/150_5200_31c_chg1.pdf [accessed Oct. 7, 2011]. Airport Master Plans, FAA Advisory Circular 150/5070- 6B, Office of Airport Planning and Programming, Federal Aviation Administration, U.S. Department of Transporta- tion, Washington, D.C., May 1, 2007 [Online]. Available: http://www.faa.gov/documentLibrary/media/advisory_ circular/150-5070-6B/150_5070_6b_chg1.pdf [accessed Oct. 7, 2011]. Ball, M.O., C. Barnhart, G. Nemhauser, and A. Odoni, “Air Transportation: Irregular Operations and Control,” In Handbook in Operations Research and Management Sci- ence, Volume 14, C. Barnhart and G. Laporte, Eds., Else- vier, 2007, pp. 1–73. Becker, A., S. Inoue, M. Fischer, and B. Schwegler, “Cli- mate Change Impacts on International Seaports: Knowl- edge, Perceptions, and Planning Efforts Among Port Administrators,” Climatic Change DOI 10.1007/s10584- 011-0043-7, Published Online: March 5, 2011. Blackwell, B.F., T.L. DeVault, E. Fernandez-Juricic, and R.A. Dolbeer, “Wildlife Collisions with Aircraft: A Missing Component of Land-Use Planning for Air- ports,” Landscape and Urban Planning, Vol. 93, 2009, pp. 1–9. Challenges to Growth Environmental Update Study, EURO- CONTROL, Brussels, Belgium, 2009. Challenges to Growth 2008, Summary Report, EURO- CONTROL, Brussels, Belgium, 2008. Challenges of Growth Environmental Update Study: Climate Adaptation Case Studies, EUROCONTROL, Brussels, Belgium, 2010. “Climate Change Seems to Be Changing the Pattern of Bird Strikes,” Air Safety Week, Vol. 18, No. 37, 2004, p. 1. Colbourne, W.L., E.S. Tezak, T.P. McAllister, “Design Guidelines for Community Shelters for Extreme Wind Events,” Journal of Architectural Engineering, June 2002, pp. 69–77. Evan, A. and A. Schafer, “The Impact of Airport Capacity Constraints on Future Growth in the US Air Transporta- tion System,” Journal of Air Transport Magazine, Vol. 17, 2011, pp. 288–295. EUROCONTROL Commentary, Challenges to Growth Envi- ronmental Update Study, Brussels, Belgium, June 2011. ICF International, Synthesis of Climate Change and Trans- portation Research Efforts at State DOTs, State Uni- versities, and Federal Level [Online] Available: http:// climatechange.transportation.org/pdf/CCandTransSynthe sis_NCHRP_7%2015%2011.pdf [accessed Oct. 7, 2011]. International Scan on Climate Change Adaptation, Adapting Transportation to the Impacts of Climate Change, Trans- portation Research Circular E-C152, Transportation Research Board of the National Academies, Washington, D.C., June 2011. Kirshen, P., K. Knee, and M. Ruth, “Climate Change and Coastal Flooding in Metro Boston: Impacts and Adaptation Strategies,” Climatic Change, Vol. 90, 2008, pp. 453–473. Kwakkel, J.H., “The Problem of Uncertainty in Airport Master Planning,” Aerlines, e-zine edition, Issue 39, Available: http://www.aerlines.nl/issue_39/39_Kwakkel_ Uncertainty_in_Airport_Master_Planning.pdf [accessed Oct. 7, 2011] Leuthvilay, L., et al., Climate Change Adaptation: Exploring Planning and Response in Three U.S. Cities, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, 2011 [Online] Available: http://hdl. handle.net/2027.42/83692 [accessed Oct. 7, 2011]. Mastrandea, M.D., N.E. Heller, T.L. Root, and S.H. Schneider, “Bridging the Gap: Linking Climate-Impacts Research with Adaptation Planning and Management,” Climatic Change, Vol. 100, 2010, pp. 87–101. Radow, L. and L. Neudorff, “Transportation Adaptation’s Bearing on Planning, Systems Management, Operations, and Emergency Response, Adapting Transportation to the Impacts of Climate Change,” Transportation Research Circular, E-C152, Transportation Research Board of the National Academies, Washington, D.C., June 2011. Rosenzweig, C., et al., “Developing Coastal Adaptation to Climate Change in the New York City Infrastructure- Shed: Process, Approach, Tools, and Strategies,” Climatic Change, Vol. 106, 2011, pp. 93–127.

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