TAB C - Bibliography
Anthes, Richard, Steve Hanna, Bruce Hicks, and Will Pendergrass, Subject: "Comments by Peer Review Panel on Khamisiyah Modeling Report and Presentations on November 4-5, 1997," December 11, 1997.
Center for Ocean-Atmospheric Prediction Studies, web site www.coaps.fsu.edu/WOCE/SAC/models/fnoc.html (as of September 20, 2000).
Central Intelligence Agency, "CIA Report on Intelligence Related to Gulf War Illness," August 2, 1996.
Central Intelligence Agency Document, Subject: "Iraqi Declaration," no date.
Central Intelligence Agency, Intelligence Assessment, "Iran-Iraq: Chemical Warfare Continues," November 1986.
Central Intelligence Agency and Department of Defense Report, "Modeling the Chemical Warfare Agent Release at the Khamisiyah Pit," September 4, 1997.
Central Intelligence Agency, Letter to Special Assistant for Gulf War Illnesses about Al Muthanna and Ukhaydir, February 17, 1999.
Central Intelligence Agency, Letter to Special Assistant for Gulf War Illnesses about assessments of releases of chemical agents from Iraq, October 15, 1999.
Central Intelligence Agency, Letter to Special Assistant for Gulf War Illnesses about Assessment of Releases of Chemical Agents from Iraq, October 14, 1999.
Central Intelligence Agency and Office of the Special Assistant for Gulf War Illnesses Report, "Analysis of the Source Terms for Muhammadiyat," February 11, 2000.
Climate Diagnostics Center, web site www.cdc.noaa.gov/~crdc/krs_papers/papers/iips95_talk/intro2.html (as of February 26, 2001).
Cochran, Dr. Alexander S., et al., Gulf War Air Power Survey, Volume I, Planning and Command and Control, Part I, "Planning," Washington, DC: US Government Printing Office, 1993.
"Convention on the Prohibition of the Development, Production, Stockpiling and Use of Chemical Weapons and on Their Destruction," April 29, 1997.
Defense Intelligence Agency, message, Subject: "Iraq: Potential for Chemical Weapon Use," January 25, 1991.
Defense Intelligence Agency, message, Subject: "Qubaysah Storage A Ammo A Scud Depot," 122054Z Dec 90.
Defense Threat Reduction Agency, promotional brochure, "HPAC, Hazard Prediction and Assessment Capability," undated.
Department of Defense, Final Report to Congress, "Conduct of the Persian Gulf War," April 1992.
Department of Health and Human Services, Centers for Disease Control, Public Health Service, "Final Recommendations for Protecting Human Health and Safety against Potential Adverse Effects of Long-Term Exposure to Low Dosages of Agents: GA, GB, VX, Mustard Agent (H, HD, Y) and Lewisite (L)," March 15, 1988.
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"Fact Sheet on Exposure Limits for Sarin (GB)," July 1997, web site www.gulflink.health.mil/dugway/low_lv_chem_fact.htm.
Federal Register, March 15, 2000, Volume 65, Number 51, p. 14185-14197.
Federal Register, March 15, 1988, Volume 53, Number 50, p. 8004-8007.
Fleet Numerical Meteorology and Oceanography Center, web site metoc-u1.fnmoc.navy.mil/wxmap/doc/wxmap.nogaps.html (as of March 1, 2000).
Hazard Assessment System for Consequence Analysis, web site www.cad.ornl.gov/cad_cp/text/hascal.html (as of March 1, 2000).
Institute for Defense Analysis Report, "Report of the Panel Reviewing Analysis of the Khamisiyah Pit Release of Nerve Agent," Summary of Findings, July 9, 1997.
Jackobson, Mark Z., Fundamentals of Atmospheric Modeling, Cambridge, UK Cambridge University Press, 1999.
Lead Sheet #25676, Interview of the deputy chief of the Meteorological Branch, Target Acquisition Division, US Army Artillery School, January 7, 2000.
Lead Sheet #27779, Interview with a Central Intelligence Agency Analyst, September 21, 2000.
Lead Sheet #28125, Interview with US Special Operations Command Historian, November 2, 2000, p. 1.
Mesoscale and Microscale Meteorology, National Center for Atmospheric Research web site www.mmm.ucar.edu/mm5/overview.html (as of March 1, 2000).
Mioduszewski, Robert J., et al., "Evaluation of Airborne Exposure Limits for G-Agents: Occupational and General Population Exposure Criteria," ERDEC-TR-489, April 1998.
Moore, David H., "Long-term Health Effects of Low Dose Exposure to Nerve Agent," Journal of Physiology, Volume 92, 1998.
National Center for Atmospheric Research, MM5 Modeling System Overview, web site www.ncar.ucar.edu (as of March 1, 2000).
National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, web site sgi62.wwb.noaa.gov:8080/research/global2.html, (as of March 1, 1999).
Naval Research Laboratory, Master Events Library, web site www-mel.nrlmry.navy.mil/briefs/EOGEO/slides/meta.htm (as of March 1, 2000).
Naval Research Laboratory, Monterey, California, web site www.nrlmry.navy.mil/~coamps/overview/index.html (as of December 2, 1999).
Office of the Secretary of Defense, News release, Subject: "Pentagon Receives Computer Modeling Progress Report," December 20, 1996
Office of the Special Assistant for Gulf War Illnesses, Internal E-mail message, Subject: "Re: FNE for Mustard," March 27, 2000, @ 12:43:43 PM.
Office of the Special Assistant for Gulf War Illnesses, Internal Memorandum for Record, Subject: "Naval BDA Tape Availability," December 15, 1998.
Office of the Special Assistant for Gulf War Illnesses, "Notes for the 7/2/99 Meeting and Related Discussions for Refined Khamisiyah Modeling," August 4, 1999.
Perotta, Dennis M., "Long-Term Health Effects Associated with Sub-clinical Exposures to GB and Mustard," July 18, 1996, web site www.gulflink.health.mil/agent.html (as of March 1, 2000).
Reuter, Sharon A. and Wade, John V., "Review of Existing Toxicity Data and Human Estimates for Selected Chemical Agents and Recommended Human Toxicity Estimates Appropriate for Defending the Soldier (U)," ERDEC-SP-18, (SECRET), March 1994.
Science Applications International Corporation, Advanced Physics Operation Omega web site www.apo.saic.com/omega/doc/overview/overview.html (as of March 1, 2000).
Special Assistant for Gulf War Illnesses, "Possible Mustard Release at Ukhaydir Ammunition Storage Depot," Case Narrative, July 27, 2000, web site www.gulflink.health.mil/ukhaydir.
Special Assistant for Gulf War Illnesses, "Iraqs Scud Ballistic Missiles," Information Paper, July 25, 2000, web site www.gulflink.health.mil/scud_info.
Special Assistant for Gulf War Illnesses, "The Use of Modeling and Simulation in the Planning of Attacks on Iraqi Chemical and Biological Warfare Targets," Information Paper, February 23, 2000, web site www.gulflink.health.mil/aircampaign.
Special Assistant for Gulf War Illnesses, Statement before the Subcommittee on Human Resources, House Committee on Government Reform and Oversight, June 26, 1997.
Special Assistant for Gulf War Illnesses, Medical Readiness, and Military Deployments, "The Gulf War Air Campaign - Possible Chemical Warfare Agent Release at Al Muthanna, February 8, 1991," Case Narrative, March 19, 2001, web site www.gulflink.health.mil/al_muth.
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US Army Center for Health Promotion and Preventive Medicine, Memorandum from the Program Manager, Environmental Health Risk Assessment and Risk Communication, Subject: "Recommendations of Vapor and Inhalation Toxicity Estimates to be Used in Khamisayah Modeling," August 5, 1999.
US Army Center for Health Promotion and Preventive Medicine, from the program manager, Deployment Environmental Surveillance, Subject: "Recommended Inhalation Estimates to be Used for OSAGWI Modeling of Sulfur Mustard (HD) Agent," March 12, 2000.
US Army Center for Health Promotion and Preventive Medicine, Technical Guide: "Short Term Chemical Exposure Guidelines for Deployed Military Personnel," May 1999.
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