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... 1 This Primer describes a methodology to assist airports and other stakeholders to decide whether a Noise and Operations Monitoring System (NOMS) is appropriate for their situation; evaluate the benefits and costs of acquiring and updating such a system; and determine the general resources needed to acquire, operate, and maintain the system.
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... 2 Primer and Framework for Considering an Airport Noise and Operations Monitoring System Lastly, the Primer provides decision-making frameworks, tools, and diagrams in order to assist airport management in assessing its airport's handling of noise issues and developing strategies to meet their objectives. Given the unique noise-handling factors that airports experience, those planning to use tools such as a NOMS should customize and expand their content to fully accommodate the airport's specific situation.
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