This book assesses the Department of Energy's Environmental Management Science Program--a new program that funds basic research related to environmental cleanup of the department's weapons complex. The authoring committee was established to advise the department on the structure and management of the program. The book provides recommendations on long-term challenges and opportunities for the program.
Table of Contents
|CHAPTER 1: INTRODUCTION AND BACKGROUND||10-19|
|CHAPTER 2: VALUE OF THE EMSP TO THE CLEANUP MISSION||20-26|
|CHAPTER 3: EMSP SCIENCE PLAN||27-41|
|CHAPTER 4: PROPOSAL SELECTION AND FUNDING||42-54|
|CHAPTER 5: MANAGEMENT OF THE EMSP||55-66|
|A: STATEMENT OF TASK||68-69|
|B: LIST OF PRESENTATIONS||70-72|
|C: BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCHES OF COMMITTEE MEMBERS AND CONSULTANTS||73-80|
|D: SUPPLEMENTARY STATEMENT||81-84|
|E: RESPONSE TO SUPPLEMENTARY STATEMENT IN APPENDIX D||85-86|
|F: INITIAL ASSESSMENT REPORT||87-147|
|G: LETTER REPORT||148-167|
|H: LIST OF ACRONYMS||168-169|
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