Environmental and Societal Impacts Group (ESIG)
Identifier: - ESIG
This collection contains the records from the Environmental and Societal Impacts Group (ESIG). The collection is organized into 4 distinct series, with 2 containing the most material. The Denver Regional Air Quality Management Study (DRAQMS) includes work done by Robin Dennis, Paulette Middleton, Tom Stewart, Jeryl Mumpower, Mary Downton and Coleen Keeling. Worked in cooperation with the Clean Air Task Force of the Denver Regional Council of Governments and the Air Pollution Control Division of the Colorado Department of Health. The NCAR/UCAR Committees series contains materials collected by the Director of ESIG in connection with NCAR, NSF and UCAR.
- Other: Date acquired: 1991-09-01
- Environmental & Societal Impacts Group (ESIG) (Organization)
Conditions Governing Access
There are no access restrictions on this collection.
Conditions Governing Use
Not all of the material in the collection is in the public domain. Researchers are responsible for addressing copyright issues.
2.00 Linear Feet
Arrangement is primarily by Chronological order within each folder and Alphabetically by folder within each series. The collection is housed in 2 boxes and is arranged into 4 main series. Series 1: Denver Regional Air Quality Management Study (DRAQMS), 1977, 1979-2005, undated Series 2: NCAR/UCAR Committees, 1959, 1991-2001 Series 3: Publications, 1989 Series 4: Workshops, 1997
Physical Access Requirements
The collection must be viewed in the Archives during normal business hours.
Donated to the NCAR Archives prior to 2009. Further accession details are incomplete or absent.
Accruals and Additions
No accruals or additions are expected.
This collection was processed in July 2013. The original order of the files was not clearly defined so the Archivist created Series to aid access to the materials, and then organized individual folders and files in chronological order within each series when necessary. If chronological order could not be determined files were kept in original order. Misfiled and loose items were returned to their logical place within the collection. Preservation measures included removing some metal fasteners, plastic GBC binders and re-housing the collection in acid-free folders and boxes. Acidic materials such as notebook paper were buffered with acid-free paper. Routine business records such as travel vouchers and duplications of reports and newsletters and other records with sensitive information, such as social security numbers, were weeded from the collection.
- Juliet Robinson
- Language of description
- finding aid revision date not supplied: The finding aid was revised in January 2014 to add publication and workshop materials that were donated to the Archives as part of a larger donation of miscellaneous UCAR/NCAR publications.