Charles Hunter

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The Savannah River National Laboratory (SRNL) Weather Information and Display System was used to provide meteorological and atmospheric modeling/consequence assessment support to state and local agencies after the collision of two Norfolk Southern freight trains on the morning of January 6, 2005. This collision resulted in the release of several toxic(More)
Seed coating, dipping and Scanning Electron Microscopy (SEM) were employed to study bacterial and fungal colonization of the seeds and rhizoplane of maize (Zea mays L.) during the early stages of growth. Isolation of Bacillus spp. entailed screening soil bacteria with potential growth stimulation and plant pathogen suppressive abilities isolated from the(More)
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Land disposal of water treatment residue (WTR), a by-product of potable water production, is increasingly being considered a viable alternative to land filling. It is crucial, inter alia, that soil quality is not affected adversely. Six different WTRs obtained from South African water treatment facilities were added to Hutton and Westleigh topsoils at rates(More)
UNLABELLED Data collected over a mixed conifer/deciduous forest at the U.S. Department of Energy's Savannah River Site in South Carolina using sonic anemometry reveal that on-site and real-time measurements of the velocity component standard deviations, σv and σw, are preferred for dispersion modeling. Such data are now easily accessible, from the outputs(More)
The Mallory-Weiss syndrome has been a well established clinical and pathologic entity since 1929 when Mallory and Weiss first recognized the association between emesis and mucosal-submt~cosal lacerations at the esophagogastic junction (I). There are only two reports of the roentgenologic diagnosis of this syndrome (2,3). The present report describes the(More)
2 Canadian Forces Flying Training School is responsible for the intermediate phases of all pilot training for the Royal Canadian Air Force. The school's operation is stochastic and dynamic in nature and a resource allocation planning tool has been built to simulate the interactions of its various components. For example, it takes into account weather,(More)