Berkeley Lab's Earth Sciences Division- Yucca Mountain Project (http://esd.lbl.gov/NW/ymp.html)
Berkeley Lab is responsible for hydrological (seepage and transport) and thermal-hydrological-chemical coupled-process testing and modeling at Yucca Mountain 's Exploratory Studies Facility. This site provides information on ambient testing, heater testing, laboratory testing, and quality assurance.
Eureka County's Yucca Mountain Information Office (http://www.yuccamountain.org/)
This site informs citizens about the decisions concerning the potential transportation and storage of nuclear waste that will affect their lives. Users will find current news clippings, documents, photos, maps, and much more information on the history and current developments of the Yucca Mountain Repository Project in Nevada.
Licensing Support Network (LSN) (http://www.lsnnet.gov/)
The Licensing Support Network (LSN) contains documents relating to the Yucca Mountain licensing proceeding conducted by the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission. The LSN is the single place where the parties and potential parties to the licensing hearing can search and access full-text materials relating to Yucca Mountain repository licensing information.
Nuclear Waste Transportation Routes (http://www.state.nv.us/nucwaste/states/states.htm)
The State of Nevada provides links to highway and rail routes throughout the United States that are most likely to be used to transport high-level nuclear waste to Yucca Mountain, Nevada.
OCRWM-- Yucca Mountain Project (http://www.ocrwm.doe.gov/ym_repository/index.shtml)
This site provides extensive resources and updates related to the Yucca Mountain Project, including fact sheets, technical documents, budget and funding reports, and links to safety and health issues.
Office of Civilian Radioactive Waste Management (OCRWM) (http://www.ocrwm.doe.gov/)
A searchable site that includes a great deal of information on the Yucca Mountain Project, including technical documents and reports as well as links to related international, federal, state and local government sites, and organizations with other perspectives on the project such as Citizens Alert and the Sierra Club.
State of Nevada Nuclear Waste Projects Office (http://www.state.nv.us/nucwaste/)
Includes the text of numerous documents and reports on the subject of nuclear waste and Yucca Mountain, as well as links to federal, state, local and regional government sites, non-governmental organizations, legal resources, and technical resources.
U.S. Department of Health & Human Services (http://www.os.dhhs.gov/)
The government's principal agency for protecting the health of all Americans and providing essential human services. This website provides resources concerning medical research, drug abuse, food and drug safety, substance abuse research and prevention, and mental health, as well as resources for low-income families, children, and the elderly.
U.S. EPA Yucca Mountain Standards (http://www.epa.gov/radiation/yucca/)
The EPA has developed radiation protection standards for Yucca Mountain to safeguard the public and the environment. The site provides links to laws and regulations that define the EPA's role in the standards, Yucca Mountain dockets, and other publications related to standards.
Yucca Mountain Geophysical Studies (http://geology.wr.usgs.gov/docs/gump/ymp/ymp.html)
Geophysical studies at Yucca Mountain are part of a National effort to geologically characterize a potential high-level nuclear waste repository in southwest Nevada . This site includes links to drill-holes, gravity data, and magnetic maps and data.
Yucca Mountain Program and Repository Program Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL) (http://www.llnl.gov/llnl/missions/ee.jsp)
The LLNL is currently focusing on developing a system of engineered barriers surrounded by natural barriers to contain the highly radioactive waste. This site provides information on the following LLNL activities: engineered barrier system materials characterization, long-term corrosion test facility, and waste form characterization.