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Appendix B Information-Gathering Meetings Below is a list of presentations the committee received during information-gathering meetings. These were open to the public and included opportunities for public comment. B.1 Meeting 1: June 27–29, 2001, Washington, D.C. Welcome and Presentation of the Study, C.McCombie, committee chair. Sponsor’s Hopes and Expectations for This Study, L.Barrett, Department of Energy—Office of Civilian Radioactive Waste Management (DOE-OCRWM). Overview of the U.S. Yucca Mountain Project, J.Williams, DOE-OCRWM Perspective of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA), F. Marcinowski, USEPA. Recent Findings from U.S. Public Opinion Surveys on Nuclear Energy Issues, Mark Richards, Bisconti Research, Inc. Views from the Institute for Energy and Environmental Research (IEER), A. Makhijani, IEER. Perspective from the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission (USNRC), W. Reamer, USNRC. Perspectives on Policy Issues and Overview of Step-Wise Approaches in Foreign Countries, C.McCombie, committee chair. Perspectives of the Nuclear Energy Institute (NEI), S.Kraft, NEI. Risk, The Public, And Public Agencies, W.Freudenburg, University of Wisconsin-Madison. Institutional Challenges for High-Reliability Systems across Many Operational Generations, T.LaPorte, University of California, Berkeley. B.2 Meeting 2: September 5–7, 2001, Washington, D.C. Opening Remarks from The U.S. Department of Energy, L.Barrett, DOE-OCRWM. Staging in Repository Systems: Current Views on Staging from the Nuclear Community. C.Pescatore, Nuclear Energy Agency-Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (NEA-OECD). Staging: Institutional and Organizational Aspects, J.Ahearne, Sigma Xi. Staging: Public Interaction and Acceptance Aspects, J.Flynn, Decision Research, Inc.
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Staging: Policy, Legal, and Regulatory Aspects, M.Federline, USNRC. Staging: Can Science Develop Confidence? N.Oreskes, University of California, San Diego (UCSD). Application of Staging in Sweden and Finland, T.Eng, Svensk Karnbranslehantering (SKB), Sweden. Application of Staging in Switzerland, P.Zuidema, National Cooperative for the Disposal of Radioactive Waste (NAGRA), Switzerland. Application of Staging in France, Y.Le Bars, National Radioactive Waste Management Agency (ANDRA), France. Application of Staging in the United States: Waste Isolation Pilot Plant, G.Dials, USEPA. Staging in NASA Missions, S.Johnson, University of North Dakota. Staging the Introduction of a Genetically Modified Organism, E.Hallerman, Virginia Polytechnic Institute. Monitoring of Repositories: Views of the International Waste Management Community, A.Bonne, International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA). Environmental Monitoring, L.Everett, The IT Group. Critical Question: Does Monitoring Really Increase Safety and Acceptability? T. Weinmann, CTL Group. Reversibility and Retrievability: Views of the Waste Management International Community, B.McKirdy, National Inventory of Radioactive Waste (NIREX), United Kingdom. Critical Question: Do Economic and Safety Costs of Retrievability Justify Gains? P.Zuidema, NAGRA. Spent Nuclear Fuel and High-Level Waste in Repository Staging, W.North, Northworks, Inc. Discussion: Lessons Learned from the Workshop and Opportunity for Public Comments. C.McCombie, committee chair. Workshop Concluding Remarks, C.McCombie, committee chair. B.3 Meeting 3: December 17–19, 2001, Las Vegas, Nevada Welcome and Presentation of the Committee, C.McCombie, committee chair. Performance Confirmation and DOE’s Monitoring Plans, W.Boyle, Department of Energy-Yucca Mountain Project (DOE-YMP). Geophysical Monitoring: Models, Uncertainties, Safety Concerns, J.Brune, University of Nevada, Reno. Conceptual Models in Hydrogeological Studies, P.Hsieh, U.S. Geological Survey (USGS). Hydrological Monitoring at Yucca Mountain, L.Lehman, independent consultant. Focus on Non-Technical Uncertainties, Allen Benson, DOE-YMP Institutional Affairs; R.Loux, State of Nevada Representative; J.R Taguchi, Chair of the Nye County Board of Commissioners; K.J.Phillips, mayor of Caliente, Nevada. Panel Discussion on the Role of the State Educational System in the Yucca Mountain Project, K.Stetzenbach, director of the Harry Reid Center of the University of Nevada, Las Vegas; D.Shafer, Desert Research Institute. The View of an Independent Organization, S.Snyder, Shundahai Network.
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DOE’s Safety Case, A.Van Luik, DOE-Yucca Mountain Project. US. Nuclear Regulatory Commission (USNRC) Update on 10 CFR 63, T. McCartin, USNRC. Long-Term Research and Development Needs and Staging, W.Glassley, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory; J.Price, Nevada Bureau of Mines and Geology. B.4 Meeting 4: June 10–11, 2002, Washington, D.C. DOE’s Vision of Staging, M.Chu and J.Williams, DOE-OCRWM. State of Nevada’s Feedback on Committee’s Progress Report, S.Frishman, State of Nevada. Nuclear Energy Institute’s Feedback on Committee’s Progress Report, S.Kraft, NEI. USNRC’s Feedback on Committee’s Progress Report, M.Federline, USNRC. Status on Repository Design—Geotechnical Considerations, M.Board, Bechtel Science Applications International Corporation (Bechtel-SAIC). DOE’s Flexible Repository Design, W.Stroupe, Bechtel-SAIC. DOE’s Long-Term Science Plan for Yucca Mountain, S.Brocoum, DOE-Yucca Mountain Project. B.5 Meeting 5: August 12, 2002, Berkeley, California Yucca Mountain Program Overview, M.Chu, DOE-YMP.
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