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California Unions for Reliable Energy v. Mojave Desert Air

Page 2 RICHLI, Acting P. J.--In 2007, the Mojave Desert Air Quality Management District (the Dis-trict) adopted "Rule 1406." 1 Rule 1406 concerns the use of road paving--which reduces airborne dust--to offset increases in airborne dust as well as other forms of particulate air pollution.

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Mojave Desert Air Quality Management District Title V

Mojave Desert Air Quality Management District Title V Operating Permit Program Evaluation FINAL REPORT September 28, 2012 Conducted by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Region 9 75 Hawthorne Street San Francisco, California 94105

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ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY 40 CFR Part 52

by the State of California to meet Clean Air Act requirements for the 2008 8-hour ozone national ambient air quality standards (NAAQS or “standards”) in the West Mojave Desert ozone nonattainment area. The SIP revision addresses the nonattainment area requirements for the 2008

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DESERT BREEZE VOLUME 1 ISSUE 3 SEPTEMBER 2013

time) hired Gerald with the Kern County Air Pollution Con-trol District (District). Gerald started with the District as an Air Quality Spe-cialist I in the fall of 1998. Some of his first duties were in-stalling, operating, and maintain-ing the air monitors (PM10 and PM2.5 monitors) in the Mojave

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Mojave DesertAir Quality ManagementDistrict

The Mojave Desert Air Quality Management District (District) has completed the final decision on the proposed Ivanpah Solar Electric Generating System to be located to the west ofIvanpah Dry Lake at the CalifornialNevada border. Enclosed please find the Final DecisionlDetermination document, prepared pursuant to District Regulation XIII.

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AIR QUALITY IMPACT ANALYSIS

2. “Final 2007 Air Quality Management Plan,” prepared by South Coast Air Quality Management District, June 2007. 3. “Mojave Desert Air Quality Management District Rule Book,” prepared by the Mojave Desert Air Quality Management District, September 2005. 4.

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Seeding Native Plants to Restore Desert Farmland and

Windblown fugitive dust contributes to violations of air quality standards for particulate matter <10 pm aerodynamic diameter (PM 10).In the western Mojave Desert of California, approximately 1070 ha of previously filled or over-grazed land impacted downwind metropolitan areas by wind-driven emissions of dust.

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Mojave National Preserve: Administrative History (Chapter 8

The airport would destroy the park's sense of natural quiet, adversely impact air quality and nighttime darkness, and bring urban sprawl to the Mojave's doorstep. In the House, the measure was defeated along with a large number of other measures in an omnibus anti-environment bill; the Senate version languished in committee.

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Jerry Brown wants Trump to help fund controversial desert

Other battery technologies and smarter energy management are already chipping away at that problem, but supporters say the 1,300-megawatt Eagle Crest power plant would be a big help, too.

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Title V Permits - Bay Area Air Quality Management District

375 Beale Street, Suite 600. San Francisco, CA 94105. 415.749.5000 | 1.800.HELP AIR

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Archimedes' Mirrors in the Mojave Desert

Photo: Mojave Air Quality Management District, CA) In June 2016, I visited the world’s largest solar thermal facility, 392 megawatts of power, in the Ivanpah Dry Lake of the Mojave Desert of California. I arrived at the plant around noon. The sun was hot, the desert merciless.

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