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1978). " G l o b a l Scale Impact o n the Ionosphere and Magnetosphere o f I o n E n g i n e Effluents from Solar Power Satellite S y s t e m s . " Aerospace C o r p . , Space Science Laboratory. L o s Angeles, Calif. C h r i s t o l , C . Q . (1978). "Satellite Power S y s t e m s ( S P S ) International A g r e e m e n t s , " H C P / R-4024-08 U . S . Dept. o f E n e r g y . C o c o , D . S . , D u n c a n , L . M . , and S h o w e n , R . L . (1978). A n experimental study o f electron heating in the lower ionosphere.
T h e following analysis of the potential impacts and benefits of an S P S system is patterned after the r e q u i r e m e n t s e x p r e s s e d in the P o w e r Plant Siting Act of 1971, involving land use i m p a c t s , w a t e r r e s o u r c e s i m p a c t s , air quality impacts, solid w a s t e i m p a c t s , radiation i m p a c t s , and noise impacts. 7. Land Use (Livingston, 1978) T h e receiving a n t e n n a s could be located on a wide variety of terrain, ranging from desert to farm land, and e v e n in off-shore locations.
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Advances in Energy Systems and Technology. Volume 2 by Peter Auer (Auth.)