This report summarizes Board activities during 1994. It covers aspects of the DOE’s Program Approach, their emerging waste isolation strategy, and their transportation program. It also explores the Board’s views on minimum exploratory requirements and thermal-loading issues. The report focuses a chapter on the lessons that have been learned in site assessment from projects around the world. Another chapter deals with volcanism and resolution of difficult issues. The Board also details its observations from its visit to Japan and the Japanese nuclear waste disposal program. Findings and recommendations in the report centered around structural geology and geoengineering, hydrogeology and geochemistry, the engineered barrier system, and risk and performance analysis.Report to the U.S. Congress and the Secretary of Energy (1995) (pdf - 659KB)
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