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Latest Revision Date: Version 3.0 - This file is in Excel format. The workbook has 25 active fugitive tabs to address multiple streams/LDAR programs/speciation groups. Selection of the appropriate industry type should be based on the facility type and should follow the Fugitive Guidance (APDG 6422, June 2018). Each tab allows up to 100 chemical species and each tab includes a unique component section. The unique component section is designed for special permitting scenarios, which are not covered by the default LDAR programs. Multiple workbooks are acceptable for projects that need more than 25 active fugitive tabs. If you have questions or need further assistance, please contact the TCEQ Air Permits Chemical Section for information. If the Emission Calculations revision date does not match the date listed, please clear your browser cache or refresh your screen. The workbook is required for all case-by-case New Source Review applications with fugitive emissions received on or after April 1, 2021.
Now I'd like to play it again. Unfortunately, after downloading everything as per the instructions above, when I try to launch the module, I am told that a required custom talk table is missing. Can anyone help
I was hoping someone would answer Greg's questions from last year, especially Q 2 about the music. I have experienced standard music accompaniment, after downloading multiple custom music files for various modules, so am very interested if something needs to be "tweaked" to get custom music to function properly for some modules, and if so, what...
In just four months, the High Plains Fugitive Task Force operating in the Bismarck-Mandan region netted one-hundred fugitives who were arrested based on outstanding warrants charging offenses ranging from distribution of dangerous drugs to robbery, sexual assaults, and firearms violations. Task force members also seized 228 grams of methamphetamine, one gram of heroin, and one handgun during the arrests.
The High Plains Fugitive Task Force operates across all of North Dakota and, when necessary, utilizes other U.S. Marshals Service task forces nationwide or even internationally to make arrests for crimes and warrants that originated in North Dakota. The task force is based in Fargo with other offices located in Bismarck and Grand Forks. Task force officers statewide arrested 602 fugitives, including 51 gang members, and cleared 714 warrants by arrest (466 state/248 federal) during the past year. Five kilograms of narcotics, 8 vehicles, 10 firearms, and $64,257 in currency were seized.
A clause similar to the one in the Constitution, in relation to the rights and immunities of citizens of one State in the other States, was contained in the Articles of Confederation. But there is a difference of language, which is worthy of note. The provision in the Articles of Confederation was "that the free inhabitants of each of the States, paupers, vagabonds, and fugitives from justice, excepted, should be entitled to all the privileges and immunities of free citizens in the several States."
In addition to the presence of unique fuel types and species in the Great Plains, many emission factors focus on the smoldering phase of combustion (Prichard et al. 2020), which is markedly shorter or absent in grassland fires (H. Starns, Texas A&M AgriLife Research, Sonora, Texas, USA, personal observation). In this context, local and regional air quality studies describing the effects of prescribed fires in the Great Plains have focused on modeling (Baker et al. 2016; Liu et al. 2017, 2018) using emissions factors developed outside of the Great plains. However, the recently published measurements of gaseous emissions from prescribed fires in Great Plains grasslands reported by Whitehill et al. (2019) reinforce the importance of evaluating emissions based on regional fuels. Whitehill et al. (2019) found high concentrations of emitted alkenes and oxygenated organic com