Appendix A presents biographical sketches of the committee members. Appendix B lists all of the public presentations at the committee’s four meetings. Appendix C contains the list of recommendations from the Phase 1 NRC report as well as the 21CTP responses to them. Appendixes D through I provide some background material for various chapters, including a list of abbreviations and acronyms used in the report.

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