Preliminary Results of Paleoseismic Investigations of Quaternary Faults on Eastern Yucca Mountain, Nye County, Nevada

Preliminary U-Series Disequilibrium and Thermoluminescence Ages of Surficial Deposits and Paleosols Associated with Quaternary Faults, Eastern Yucca Mountain

Development of Stochastic Indicator Models of Lithology, Yucca Mountain, Nevada

Potential of Vertebrate Studies for Assessing Past Climate Variations

Tree-Rings and Climate: Implications for Great Basin Paleoenvironmental Studies

Late Holocene Climate Derived From Vegetation History and Plant Cellulose Stable Isotope Records From the Great Basin of Western North America

Modeling Heretogeneous Unsaturated Porous Media Flow at Yucca Mountain

Inferences of Paleoenvironment From Petrographic, Chemical and Stable-Isotope Studies of Calcretes and Fracture Calcites

Hydraulic Design of Spillway Plunge Pool Linings
The design of plunge pools for high head spillways with flip bucket terminal structures often requires a detailed examination of the stability of the resulting scour hole in the river...

Analysis of Sand Movement on Noto Coast by Geochemical Method
The analysis of sand samples by X - ray fluorescent spectroscopy (abbreviated by XRF) gives the ratio of the geochemical elements to construct the sand samples. This shows the geochemical...

The Variability of Large Alluvial Rivers
Written by river engineers and earth scientists who are experts in river morphology, dynamics, and control, The Variability of Large Alluvial Rivers...

Status-NRC's QA Overview of the High-Level Nuclear Waste Geologic Repository

Molluscs as Climate Indicators: Preliminary Stable Isotope and Community Analysis

Safeguarding the Disposal of Canada's Used Nuclear Fuel

Mars Terraformation Revisited
This report is a look into the future; not only that of the solar system, but of humans. With the goal of changing Mars into a living planet, we also have to face the change of the human...

Regulatory Views on Seismic and Fault-Displacement Parameters Needed for a Geologic Repository Design
This paper presents the regulatory views of the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission staff on some of the significant issues related to the seismic and faulting design of a geologic repository....

An Overview of Analysis and Regulatory Needs to Determine Seismic Loads for Design of a High-Level Waste Geologic Repository
Determination of seismic loads and faulting hazard for siting, design and performance evaluation of a high-level nuclear waste repository facility can be accomplished with state-of-knowledge...

Tectonic Characterization of a Potential High-Level Nuclear Waste Repository at Yucca Mountain, Nevada
Tectonic characterization of a potential high-level nuclear waste repository at Yucca Mountain, Nevada, is needed to assess seismic and possible volcanic hazards that could affect the...

Geometric Models of Faulting at Yucca Mountain
Yucca Mountain, Nevada, is currently being studied as a potential site for a geologic repository of high-level radioactive waste. Alternative conceptual tectonic models are expected to...

Scoping the Monitoring Instrumentation to Meet Repository Design and Construction Needs
This paper discusses categories of instruments that are available and recommended for consideration to monitor the engineering performance and interactions of the geologic media, groundwater,...

 

 

 

 

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