The United States Department of Energy has for several years studied the potential storage of spent nuclear fuel materials in a facility located below Yucca Mountain, Nye County, Nevada. Many scientists have contributed to a large body of work related to nuclear fuel transport and storage as well as the potential facility's characteristics and design.

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Submissions from 2003

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Isolation and characterization of thermophilic, calcium-precipitating bacteria form calcite deposits at Yucca Mountain, Terry Ann Else, Curtis R. Pantle, Penny S. Amy, Mark P. Buttner, and Amy J. Smiecinski

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Organization of the Devils Hole Workshop, Irene Farnham

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Task 10: Support to the regional model, Irene Farnham

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Chemical analyses for Alcove 8 Niche 3 tracer studies, Irene Farnham, Klaus J. Stetzenbach, and Amy J. Smiecinski

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Support for the Nye County Early Warning Drilling Program, Irene Farnham, Klaus J. Stetzenbach, and Amy J. Smiecinski

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Semi-analytical stochastic study of radionuclide transport in the saturated zone below Yucca Mountain, Xiaolong Hu, Craig Shirley, Jichun Wu, and Hai Huang

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Remote monitoring of repository integrity using passive seismic arrays, Barbara Luke and Evangelos Yfantis

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Final report of Task #5: Current document index system for document retrieval investigation, Thomas Nartker, Kazem Taghva, and Julie Borsack

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Identification of dynamic properties of materials for the Nuclear Waste Package, Brendan O'Toole, Mohamed Trabia, and Amy J. Smiecinski

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Ground water level measurements in selected boreholes near the site of the proposed repository, H. Scott Page, Klaus J. Stetzenbach, and Amy J. Smiecinski

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Task 1: Geodetic monitoring of the Yucca Mountain region using continuous global positioning system measurements, Jonathan Price

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The Economic impact of the Yucca Mountain nuclear waste repository on the economy of Nevada, Mary Riddel, Martin Boyett, and R. Keith Schwer

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Task 32 delayed hydride cracking of spent fuel cladding under repository conditions, Ajit K. Roy, Anthony Hechanova, and Amy J. Smiecinski

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Climate: Past, present, and future, Saxon E. Sharpe, Rick Forester, and Amy J. Smiecinski

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Future climate analysis -- 10,000 years to 1,000,000 years after present, Saxon E. Sharpe, Dwight Hoxie, and Amy J. Smiecinski

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Task 3: Quality assurance program, Amy J. Smiecinski

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Bomb-pulse chlorine-36 at the proposed yucca mountain repository horizon: an investigation of previous conflicting results and collection of new data, Klaus J. Stetzenbach, Fred Phillips, Drew Coleman, Don Baepler, and Amy J. Smiecinski

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Final report for Task 11, DOE Cooperative Agreement DE-FC28-98NV12081, Christopher Sugnet

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Seismcity in the vicinity of Yucca Mountain, Nevada, for the period October 1, 2000 to September 30, 2001, David H. von Seggern, Kenneth Smith, James N. Brune, Richard Quittmeyer, and Amy J. Smiecinski

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Seismicity in the vicinity of Yucca Mountain, Nevada, for the period October 1, 2001 to September 30, 2002, David H. von Seggern, Kenneth Smith, James N. Brune, Richard Quittmeyer, and Amy J. Smiecinski

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Longbase laser strainmeter measurements from the South Ramp of the Yucca Mountain facility, Frank K. Wyatt, Duncan C. Agnew, James N. Brune, and Amy J. Smiecinski

Submissions from 2001

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Influence of lithophysal porosity on stress-strain properties of Topopah Spring Tuff - numerical analysis, Nick Hudyma, Moses Karakouzian, and Amy J. Smiecinski

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Seismicity in the vicinity of Yucca Mountain, Nevada, for the period October 1, 1997 to September 20, 1999, David H. von Seggern, Ken Smith, and Glenn Biasi

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Seismicity in the vicinity of Yucca Mountain, Nevada, for the period October 1, 1999 to September 30, 2000, David H. von Seggern, Ken Smith, James N. Brune, Richard Quittmeyer, and Amy J. Smiecinski