Dennis J. Lambert

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Approved for public release; distribution is unlimited. Abstract: Camp Edwards, Massachusetts, is the first of three military installations studied to assess the distribution of tungsten at small arms ranges. The study focused on three ranges at Camp Edwards. Tungsten was present in surface soils up to 2,080 mg/kg. Highest observed concentrations occurred(More)
Front cover: The 4/11 Field Artillery preparing to fire an M119A 105-mm howitzer. ABSTRACT The U.S. Army Alaska seeks to conserve and protect natural resources on lands used for combat training exercises. Some of these exercises require live fire of ordnance containing high explosives. One aspect of managing the ranges so as to mitigate the environmental(More)
Approved for public release; distribution is unlimited. ABSTRACT At firing points for 105-mm howitzers, 2,4-DNT is detectable in the surface soils. 2,4-DNT is listed as a hazardous substance by the EPA and several states, including Alaska. Sample collection methods and laboratory subsampling procedures were developed to estimate the mean concentration of(More)
Field sampling experiments were conducted at an Air Force live-fire bombing range. The main objective was to assess the effectiveness of using a systematic-random, multi-increment sampling strategy for the collection of representative surface soil samples in areas where bombing practice is conducted with bombs containing high explosives. Replicate surface(More)
the 119 MHz signal to mcrements of 8.4 nsec 'I :. An innovative timing and RF synchronisation system has been built and commissioned which allows the direct injection of 1 mm ux e+ or c-bun&a from the SLC Damping Rings (VRF =-714 MHs) into the storage rings PEP (VW = 353 MHz) and SPEAR (VW = 358 MHz). The required relative stabil-itv-of these o&illdtors is(More)