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If not, explain: All buildings are included. If not, explain: Note: Tiering of buildings must follow guidance from section 6 of the Oct. 2004 “ MPCA Air Dispersion Modeling Guidance For Minnesota Title V Modeling Requirements And Federal Prevention of Significant Deterioration (PSD) Requirements (Version 2.2).” Is the tallest modeled building height greater than or equal to the tallest height on Form MI-01? Yes No Additional information for the building summary (list any deviations from EPA or MPCA guidance): 4. Receptor summary Receptors are placed along the owned and controlled property boundary. The modeling followed MPCA Guidance for Ambient Receptors ( ). If not, is a polar grid used? Yes No Spacing Dimension Number Inside the property boundary(s): meters On the fenceline(s): meters On the property line(s): meters Beyond the property line(s): meters Total area Additional air dispersion modeling receptors are placed at locations of additional risk receptors. Describe these receptors: Flag pole receptors are included. Describe the flag pole receptors and how/why they were chosen: Additional information for the receptor summary (list any deviations from EPA or MPCA guidance): 5. Meteorological data summary: Does the modeling use five years of meteorological data? Yes No What version of AERMET is used in the MPCA pre-processed meteorological data (ex., 12345)? If checked, enter the MPCA ZIP file name: Indicate the three-letter call sign, station name and the state the meteorological surface station is located in. (Ex.: MSP, Minneapolis/St. Paul, MN) Three-letter call sign of the surface station: Surface station name: State: MN What meteorological upper air station is used? Station/Site: What consecutive 5-year period is used (e.g., 1986 - 1990 w/o AERSURFACE; 2001 - 2005 w/AERSURFACE): 651-296-6300 • 800-657-3864 TTY 651-282-5332 or 800-657-3864 Available in alternative formats aq9-03 12/16/14 Page 3 of 6
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What justification(s) applies for the proposed surface and upper air stations identified above? (Check all that apply) Similar surface characteristics as meteorological tower Proximity to surface and/or upper air station(s) Similar land use characteristics Similar wind patterns/characteristics Topography at the project site and potential NWS sites are considered. Prevailing wind conditions at several potential NWS sites are considered. Frequency of calm hours at several potential NWS sites are considered. Frequency of missing data at several potential NWS sites are considered. Other – describe: If site-specific meteorological data are collected and used, check and answer all that apply: Note: Follow the federal guidance (EPA) as specified in section 8.3 and section 8.3.3.2 (QA/QC) of 40 CFR Part 51 dated 11/09/2005 (Appendix W) for site-specific data collection and use.
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