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B-1 Bibliography ABC News, 20/20, “Sun Glare—Sight Unseen,” 1999. Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association, Airports listing for Waterbury- Oxford Airport: http://www.aopa.org/airports/KOXC. Airservices Australia, “The Manual of Aviation Meteorology,” 2003. American Wind Energy Association, “Wind Energy Siting Handbook,” paragraph 4.16, pp. 4-20 to 4-22, February 2008. Aslam, T., D. Haider, and I. Murray, “Principles of disability glare mea- surement: an ophthalmological perspective,” Acta Ophthalmologica Scandinavica, Vol. 85, 2007. ATAC Corporation, “OAPM Environmental—OAPM”: http://oapm environmental.com/oapm.html. Australia Civil Aviation Safety Authority, “Guidelines for Conducting Plume Rise Assessments,” AC 139-05(1), November 2012. Babizhayev, M., 2003, “Glare disability and driving safety,” Ophthalmic Research, Vol. 35, pp. 19–25. Baidya Roy, S., “Simulating impacts of wind farms on local hydro- meteorology,” Aerodyn, 2011, p. 7. Barone, M., and J. White, “Scaled Wind Farm Technology Facility: Research Opportunities for Study of Turbine-Turbine Interaction,” Sandia National Laboratories, SAND2011-6522. Barrett, S., and P. DeVita, ACRP Synthesis 28: Investigating Safety Impacts of Energy Technologies on Airports and Aviation, Transportation Research Board of the National Academies, Washington, DC, 2011. Barrett, S., Personal Communication with Robert Knowles, Renewable Energy Massachusetts, about a proposed solar project near Fitchburg Airport (Massachusetts), Harris Miller Miller & Hanson Inc., July 10, 2013. Barrett, S., Personal communication with Steven Tobey, DFW Manager of Airfield Operations, Harris Miller Miller & Hanson, Inc., February 4, 2013. Bhise, V., and S. Sethumadhavan, “Effect of Windshield Veiling Glare on Driver Visibility,” Transportation Research Record: Journal of the Transportation Research Board No. 2056, pp. 1–8, 2008. Boorowa District Landscape Guardians, “Wind Turbines and Aviation”: http://www.bdlg.org/BDLG%20Brochures/Aviation.pdf. Accessed January 30, 2014. Brenner, M., et al. “Wind Farms and Radar,” JASON, MITRE Corpora- tion, JSR-08-125, January 2008. California Energy Commission, “Final Decision: Eastshore Energy Cen- ter,” Sacramento, 2008: http://www.energy.ca.gov/2008publications/ CEC-800-2008-004/CEC-800-2008-004-CMF.PDF. Calleja, J., “Wisconsin Applicator Declares Towers Off Limits for Spray- ing,” Agricultural Aviation, National Agricultural Aviation Association (NAAA), November/December 2009: http://www.agaviation.org/ sites/default/files/ReabeLetter.pdf. Cheetah, Photo of Rainbow Aircraft, 2011: http://www.aerotrike.co.za/ cheetah/index.html. CNN, “Solar panels cause trouble at airport,” August 31, 2012: http:// www.cnn.com/video/standard.html?hpt=hp_t3#/video/bestoftv/ 2012/09/01/nh-dnt-airport-solar-panels-safety-issues.cnn. Code of Federal Regulations, Title 14, Part 77. Code of Federal Regulations, Title 14, Part 91. Costantinou, M., “Glaring Danger—Bright Sun, Deadly Collisions,” San Francisco Examiner, October 12, 1998. DeVita, P., Email to Anna Henry, CASA Airspace Specialist, Harris Miller Miller & Hanson Inc., June 5, 2013. DeVita, P., Personal Communication with C. Ford, Harris Miller Miller & Hanson Inc., 2010. DeVita, P., Personal Communication with M. Rosenblum, Harris Miller Miller & Hanson Inc., 2012. Edison Electric Institute, “Transmission”: http://www.eei.org/issues andpolicy/transmission/Pages/default.aspx. Federal Register, Vol. 76, No. 3, “Proposed Revision to FAA Advisory Circular on Marking Meteorological Evaluation Towers,” FR Doc No. 2010-33310, January 5, 2011. Ho, C., and C. Sims, “Solar Glare Hazard Analysis Tool (SGHAT) User’s Manual v. 1.0,” SAND2012-10761P, Sandia National Laboratories, Albuquerque, NM, 2012: https://share.sandia.gov/phlux. Ho, C., C. Ghanbari, and R. Diver, “Methodology to Assess Potential Glint and Glare Hazards From Concentrating Solar Power Plants: Analytical Models and Experimental Validation,” Journal of Solar Energy Engineering-Transactions of the ASME, Vol. 133, pp.1–10, 2011. Holland, R., “Wind Turbines Wake Turbulence and Separation”: http:// www.arising.com.au/aviation/windturbines/wind-turbine.html. Hunter, A., “Wind Turbines and Aerial Application,” Fly Low, Fly Safe, Vol. 2, Issue 4, Fall 2011: http://www.nationair.com/pdf/FlyLow FlySafe_Fall10.pdf. Interagency Field Test and Evaluation Program, Discussions with Pilots, April 2013. Interagency Field Test and Evaluation, “Interagency Field Test and Evaluation of Wind-Radar Mitigation Technologies—Summary,” June 28, 2012. International Finance Corporation, “Environmental Health and Safety Guidelines for Electric Power Transmission and Distribution,” April 30, 2007: http://www.ifc.org/wps/wcm/connect/66b56e00488657eeb 36af36a6515bb18/Final%2B-%2BElectric%2BTransmission%2Band %2BDistribution.pdf?MOD=AJPERES&id=1323162154847. A p p e n d i x B

B-2 Joint Planning and Development Office, “NextGen Topics”: http://www. jpdo.gov/Nextgen_Topics.asp. LeighFisher Associates, ACRP Report 38: Understanding Airspace, Objects and Their Effects on Airports, Transportation Research Board of the National Academies, Washington, DC, 2010. Lemmon, J., et al., “Assessment of the Effects of Wind Turbines on Air Traffic Control Radars,” National Telecommunications and Informa- tion Administration, Technical Report TR-08-454, 2008. Medici, D., “Wind Turbine Wakes—Control and Vortex Shedding,” KTH Mechanics Royal Institute, 2004: http://www.diva-portal.org/smash/ get/diva2:9439/FULLTEXT01.pdf. Moss, D., “Flight Test Report: Aircraft Handling Characteristics during Convection Plume Penetration of Indigo Energy Facility, California,” 2010. Moss, D., “Flight Test Report: Glint/Glitter Evaluation of SEGS and Convection Plume Evaluation of Walter Higgins Power Plant, California,” 2010. 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