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    Savannah River Site
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    Waste Isolation Pilot Plant (WIPP)
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Nuclear New Mexico

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Links for more information on map items:

Navajo Nation:
- A Tour of Abandoned Uranium Mines in Navajo Country and Beyond
- Cleaning Up Abandoned Uranium Mines
- Abandoned Uranium Mines Cleanup Gets $600 Million
- For The Navajo Nation, Uranium Mining's Deadly Legacy Lingers

Gasbuggy nuclear test / DOE Fact sheet

Church Rock Uranium Spill

Grants Mining District

Jackpile Open Pit Uranium Mine

Los Alamos Laboratory

Sandia National Labs

Kirtland AFB nuclear weapons complex
- Note there are some 2,500 nuclear weapons stored in Kirtland's underground munitions storage complex; just one of many nuclear weapons-related functions at the base. See more details here

Trinity Test site

White Sands Missile Range

Holtec Int'l: dry cask spent fuel storage technology

WIPP/ Waste Isolation Pilot Plant

GNOME: first nuclear test in Plowshare Program.

Urenco Uranium Enrichment Plant

Waste Control Specialists high-level waste dump
Docs: : WCS Discharge Permit Info

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