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NOTES 1. Report on the Review of Proposed Environmental Standards for the Management and Disposal of Spent Nuclear Fuel, High Level and Transuranic Radioactive Wastes (40 CFR 191) by the High-Level Radioactive Waste Disposal Subcommittee of the Science Advisory Board, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, (January 1984) pp. 10-14. 2. May 10, 1983 letter from John G. Davis to EPA transmitting USNRC staff comments on the proposed High-Level Waste Standard (40CFR 191~. 3. Roger E. Kasperson and Samuel Ratick, "Assessing the State/Nation Dis- tributional Equity Issues Associated with the Proposed Yucca Mountain Repository: A Conceptual Approach," a technical report prepared for the Nevada Nuclear Waste Project Office and Mountain West Research, Inc., (June 1988) pp. 1-22. 4. Each generation must not only preserve the gains of culture and civilization, and maintain intact those just institutions that have been established, but it must also put aside in each period of time a suitable amount of real capital accumulation." J. Rawls, "A Theory of Justice," (Harvard University Press, 1971) p. 284. 5. Sheldon J. Reaven, "How Sure is Sure Enough," Department of Technology and Society, State University of New York at Stony Brook, draft paper prepared for the project referenced in Colglazier (note 7), (1988~. 6. Sheila Jasanoff, draft chapter "Acceptable Evidence in a Pluralistic Society," in Acceptable Evidence: Science and Values in Hazard Management, Deborah G. Mayo and Rachelle Hollander, eds. (Oxford University Press, 1990, in press). 7. This project, supported by He National Science Foundation, included the following researchers: E. William Colglazier, David Dungan, and Mary English of the University of Tennessee; Sheldon Reaven of the State University of New York at Stony Brook; and John Stucker of Carter Gable Associates. Some of the project papers published to date by Colglazier include: "Evidential, Ethical, and Policy Disputes: Admissible Evidence in Radioactive Waste Management," in Acceptable Evidence: Science and Values in Hazard Management, Deborah G. Mayo and Rachelle Hollander, eds. (Oxford University Press, 1990, in press); "The Relation of Equity Issues to Risk Perceptions and Socioeconomic hnpacts of a High Level Waste Re- pository," Waste Management '89, proceedings of the Waste Management '89 Con- ference (University of Arizona, 1989~; '`The Policy Conflicts in the Siting of Nuclear Waste Repositories," Annual Review of Energy, Vol. 13 (1988), pp. 317-357; alla "Value Issues and Stakeholders' Views in Radioactive Waste Management," Waste Management '87, proceedings of the Waste Management '87 Conference (University of Arizona, 1987~. 8. Anthony M. Starfield and P. A. Cundall, "Towards a Methodology for Rock Mechanics Modeling," International Journal of Rock Mechanics and Mining Sciences and Geomechanics Abstracts, special issue, C. Fairhurst, ea., Vol. 25, No. 3 (June 1988) pp. 99-106. 9. C. S. Holling, ea., Adaptive Environmental Assessment and Management, (Wiley, Chichester, 1978~. 37
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l 38 10. L. F. Konikow, "Predictive Accuracy of a Ground-Water Model: Lessons from a Post Audit," Ground Water, Vol. 24, No. 2 (March-April 1986) pp. 173-184. 11. R. A. Freeze, G. de Marsily, et al., "Some Uncertainties About Uncer- tainty," paper presented at the DOE/AECL symposium on the use of geostatistics in nuclear waste disposal, San Francisco (September 1987~. 12. George M. Hornberger and R. C. Spear, "An Approach to the Preliminary Analysis of Environmental Systems," Journal of Environmental Management, Vol. 12 (1981), pp. 7-18; J. N. R. Jeffers, 'The Challenge of Modern Mathematics to the Ecologist," in Mathematical Models in Ecology, J. N. R. Jeffers, ed. (Blackwell Scientific, Oxford, 1972~. 13. Freeze, de Marsily, et al., op. cit. 14. G. M. Hornberger, B. J. Cosby, and J. N. Galloway, "Modeling the Effects of Acid Deposition: Uncertainty and Spatial Variability in Estimations of Long- Term Sulfate Dynamics of a Region," Water Resources Research Vol. 22, No. 8 (August 1986) pp. 1293-1302. 15. Department of Energy, Office of Civilian Radioactive Waste Management, Site Characterization Plan: Yucca Mountain Site, Nevada Research and Develop- ment Area, Nevada, DOE/RW-0199 (U.S. Department of Energy, Oak Ridge, TN, December 1988~. 16. C. G. Whipple, "Reinventing Radioactive Waste Management: Why 'Getting It Right the First Time' Won't Work," Waste Management '89, proceedings of the Waste Management '89 Conference (University of Arizona, 1989~.
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