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APPENDIX P
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Andrews, R. W., T. F. Dale, and J. A. McNeish. 1994. Total System Performance Assessment - 1993: An Evaluation of the Potential Yucca Mountain Repository. Intera Report B00000000-01717-2200-00099-Rev. 01. Albuquerque, N. Mex.: Sandia National Laboratories.

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Arthur, E. D. 1992a. Summary, Issues, and Development Plan. The Los Alamos Accelerator Transmutation of Nuclear Waste (ATW) Concept. ATW-92-60. Los Alamos, N. Mex.: Los Alamos National Laboratory.

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Barnard, R. W., M. L. Wilson, H. A. Dockery, J. H. Gauthier, P. G. Kaplan, R. R. Eaton, F. W. Bingham, T. H. Robey. 1992. TSPA 1991: An Initial Total-System Performance Assessment for Yucca Mountain. SAND91-2795. Albuquerque, N. Mex.: Sandia National Laboratories.

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Birchard, G. F. 1991. High-Level Waste Tectonics Research Program Development. Waste Management Branch: Presentation to Nuclear Safety Research Review Committee. Paper presented at the STATS Subcommittee on Transmutation Meeting at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, Mass., December 6, 1991.

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