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PUBLIC HEALTH ASSESSMENT

US DOE MOUND FACILITY
[a/k/a MOUND PLANT (USDOE)]
MIAMISBURG, MONTGOMERY COUNTY, OHIO


BIBLIOGRAPHY

PART 1: MOUND ENVIRONMENTAL MONITORING DATA REPORTS

  1. Miller RA, Haring MM, Svirbely JL. Monthly information health report. Monsanto Chemical Company, Units III, IV, and V, Dayton, Ohio. MLM-83; 1948 Mar 1-31.
  2. Bradley JE, Haring MM, Svirbely JL. Monthly health information report. Mound Laboratory, Monsanto Chemical Company, Miamisburg, Ohio. MLM-177; 1948 Aug 1-31.
  3. Bradley JE, Haring MM. Monthly health information report. Mound Laboratory, Monsanto Chemical Company, Miamisburg, Ohio. MLM-417; 1950 Jan 1-31. (partial)
  4. Bradley JE, Haring MM. Monthly health information report. Mound Laboratory, Monsanto Chemical Company, Miamisburg, Ohio. MLM-440; 1950 Feb 1-28. (partial)
  5. Bradley JE, Haring MM. Monthly health information report. Mound Laboratory, Monsanto Chemical Company, Miamisburg, Ohio. MLM-448; 1950 Mar 1-31. (partial)
  6. Bradley JE, Haring MM. Monthly health information report. Mound Laboratory, Monsanto Chemical Company, Miamisburg, Ohio. MLM-459; 1950 Apr 1-30. (partial)
  7. Bradley JE, Haring MM. Monthly health information report. Mound Laboratory, Monsanto Chemical Company, Miamisburg, Ohio. MLM-465; 1950 May 1-31. (partial)
  8. Bradley JE, Haring MM. Monthly health information report. Mound Laboratory, Monsanto Chemical Company, Miamisburg, Ohio. MLM-477; 1950 Jun 1-30. (partial)
  9. Bradley JE, Haring MM. Health-physics monthly information report. Mound Laboratory, Monsanto Chemical Company, Miamisburg, Ohio. MLM-482; 1950 Jul 1-31. (partial)
  10. Bradley JE, Haring MM. Health-physics monthly information report. Mound Laboratory, Monsanto Chemical Company, Miamisburg, Ohio. MLM-496; 1950 Aug 1-31. (partial)
  11. Bradley JE, Haring MM. Health-physics monthly information report. Mound Laboratory, Monsanto Chemical Company, Miamisburg, Ohio. MLM-503; 1950 Sep 1-30. (partial)
  12. Bradley JE, Haring MM. Health-physics monthly information report. Mound Laboratory, Monsanto Chemical Company, Miamisburg, Ohio. MLM-511; 1950 Oct 1-31. (partial)
  13. Bradley JE, Haring MM. Health-physics monthly information report. Mound Laboratory, Monsanto Chemical Company, Miamisburg, Ohio. MLM-517; 1950 Nov 1-30. (partial)
  14. Bradley JE, Haring MM. Health-physics monthly information report. Mound Laboratory, Monsanto Chemical Company, Miamisburg, Ohio. MLM-528; 1950 Dec 1-31. (partial)
  15. Bradley JE, Burbage JJ. Health-physics monthly information report. Mound Laboratory, Monsanto Chemical Company, Miamisburg, Ohio. MLM-544; 1951 Jan 1-31. (partial)
  16. Bradley JE, Burbage JJ. Health-physics monthly information report. Mound Laboratory, Monsanto Chemical Company, Miamisburg, Ohio. MLM-548; 1951 Feb 1-28. (partial)
  17. Bradley JE, Burbage JJ. Health-physics monthly information report. Mound Laboratory, Monsanto Chemical Company, Miamisburg, Ohio. MLM-556; 1951 Mar 1-31. (partial)
  18. Bradley JE, Burbage JJ. Health-physics monthly information report. Mound Laboratory, Monsanto Chemical Company, Miamisburg, Ohio. MLM-568; 1951 Apr 1-30. (partial)
  19. Bradley JE, Burbage JJ. Health-physics monthly information report. Mound Laboratory, Monsanto Chemical Company, Miamisburg, Ohio. MLM-578; 1951 May 1-31. (partial)
  20. Bradley JE, Burbage JJ. Health-physics monthly information report. Mound Laboratory, Monsanto Chemical Company, Miamisburg, Ohio. MLM-593; 1951 Jun 1-30. (partial)
  21. Bradley JE, Burbage JJ. Health-physics monthly information report. Mound Laboratory, Monsanto Chemical Company, Miamisburg, Ohio. MLM-600; 1951 Jul 1-31.
  22. Bradley JE, Burbage JJ. Health-physics monthly information report. Mound Laboratory, Monsanto Chemical Company, Miamisburg, Ohio. MLM-607; 1951 Aug 1-31. (partial)
  23. Bradley JE, Burbage JJ. Health-physics monthly information report. Mound Laboratory, Monsanto Chemical Company, Miamisburg, Ohio. MLM-620; 1951 Sep 1-30. (partial)
  24. Bradley JE, Burbage JJ. Health-physics monthly information report. Mound Laboratory, Monsanto Chemical Company, Miamisburg, Ohio. MLM-634; 1951 Oct 1-31. (partial)
  25. Bradley JE, Burbage JJ. Health-physics monthly information report. Mound Laboratory, Monsanto Chemical Company, Miamisburg, Ohio. MLM-640; 1951 Nov 1-30. (partial)
  26. Meyer HE, Rakietan SE, Bradley JE, Burbage JJ. Summary of polonium contamination in the Miami River during 1950 (information report). Mound Laboratory, Monsanto Chemical Company, Miamisburg, Ohio. MLM-636; 1951 Dec 1. (partial)
  27. Bradley JE, Burbage JJ. Health-physics monthly information report. Mound Laboratory, Monsanto Chemical Company, Miamisburg, Ohio. MLM-651; 1951 Dec 1-31. (partial)
  28. Bradley JE, Burbage JJ. Health-physics monthly information report. Mound Laboratory, Monsanto Chemical Company, Miamisburg, Ohio. MLM-661; 1952 Jan 1-31. (partial)
  29. Bradley JE, Burbage JJ. Health physics monthly information report. Mound Laboratory, Monsanto Chemical Company, Miamisburg, Ohio. MLM-673; 1952 Feb 1-29. (partial)
  30. Bradley JE, Burbage JJ. Health-physics monthly information report. Mound Laboratory, Monsanto Chemical Company, Miamisburg, Ohio. MLM-685; 1952 Mar 1-31. (partial)
  31. Bradley JE, Burbage JJ. Health-physics monthly information report. Mound Laboratory, Monsanto Chemical Company, Miamisburg, Ohio. MLM-700; 1952 Apr 1-30. (partial)
  32. Bradley JE, Burbage JJ. Health physics monthly information report. Mound Laboratory, Monsanto Chemical Company, Miamisburg, Ohio. MLM-727; 1952 Jun 1-30. (partial)
  33. Bradley JE, Burbage JJ. Health physics monthly information report. Mound Laboratory, Monsanto Chemical Company, Miamisburg, Ohio. MLM-736; 1952 Jul 1-31. (partial)
  34. Bradley JE. Health physics monthly information report. Mound Laboratory, Monsanto Chemical Company, Miamisburg, Ohio. MLM-752; 1952 Aug 1-31. (partial)
  35. Bradley JE. Health physics monthly information report. Mound Laboratory, Monsanto Chemical Company, Miamisburg, Ohio. MLM-764; 1952 Sep 1-30. (partial)
  36. Bradley JE. Health physics monthly information report. Mound Laboratory, Monsanto Chemical Company, Miamisburg, Ohio. MLM-778; 1952 Oct 1-31. (partial)
  37. Bradley JE. Health physics monthly information report. Mound Laboratory, Monsanto Chemical Company, Miamisburg, Ohio. MLM-786; 1952 Nov 1-30. (partial)
  38. Bradley JE. Health physics monthly information report. Mound Laboratory, Monsanto Chemical Company, Miamisburg, Ohio. MLM-798; 1952 Dec 1-31. (partial)
  39. Bradley JE. Health physics monthly information report. Mound Laboratory, Monsanto Chemical Company, Miamisburg, Ohio. MLM-809; 1953 Jan 1-31. (partial)
  40. Bradley JE. Health physics monthly information report. Mound Laboratory, Monsanto Chemical Company, Miamisburg, Ohio. MLM-821; 1953 Feb 1-28. (partial)
  41. Bradley JE. Health physics monthly information report. Mound Laboratory, Monsanto Chemical Company, Miamisburg, Ohio. MLM-845; 1953 Apr 1-30. (partial)
  42. Bradley JE. Health physics monthly information report. Mound Laboratory, Monsanto Chemical Company, Miamisburg, Ohio. MLM-854; 1953 May 1-31. (partial)
  43. Bradley JE. Health physics monthly information report. Mound Laboratory, Monsanto Chemical Company, Miamisburg, Ohio. MLM-870; 1953 Jun 1-30. (partial)
  44. Bradley JE. Health physics monthly information report. Mound Laboratory, Monsanto Chemical Company, Miamisburg, Ohio. MLM-883; 1953 Jul 1-31. (partial)
  45. Bradley JE. Health physics monthly information report. Mound Laboratory, Monsanto Chemical Company, Miamisburg, Ohio. MLM-895; 1953 Aug 1-31. (partial)
  46. Bradley JE. Health physics monthly information report. Mound Laboratory, Monsanto Chemical Company, Miamisburg, Ohio. MLM-904; 1953 Sep 1-30. (partial)
  47. Bradley JE. Health physics monthly information report. Mound Laboratory, Monsanto Chemical Company, Miamisburg, Ohio. MLM-916; 1953 Oct 1-31. (partial)
  48. Bradley JE. Health physics monthly information report. Mound Laboratory, Monsanto Chemical Company, Miamisburg, Ohio. MLM-924; 1953 Nov 1-30. (partial)
  49. Bradley JE. Health physics monthly information report. Mound Laboratory, Monsanto Chemical Company, Miamisburg, Ohio. MLM-933; 1953 Dec 1-31. (partial)
  50. Bradley JE. Health physics monthly information report. Mound Laboratory, Monsanto Chemical Company, Miamisburg, Ohio. MLM-940; 1954 Jan 1-31.
  51. Bradley JE. Health physics monthly information report. Mound Laboratory, Monsanto Chemical Company, Miamisburg, Ohio. MLM-951; 1954 Feb 1-28. (partial)
  52. Bradley JE. Health physics monthly information report. Mound Laboratory, Monsanto Chemical Company, Miamisburg, Ohio. MLM-959; 1954 Mar 1-31. (partial)
  53. Bradley JE. Quarterly health physics report through June 30, 1954. Mound Laboratory, Monsanto Chemical Company, Miamisburg, Ohio. MLM-990; 1954 Jul 14. (partial)
  54. Bradley JE. Quarterly health physics report through September 30, 1954. Mound Laboratory, Monsanto Chemical Company, Miamisburg, Ohio. MLM-1011; 1954 Oct 6. (partial)
  55. Meyer HE. Quarterly health physics report through December 31, 1954. Mound Laboratory, Monsanto Chemical Company, Miamisburg, Ohio. MLM-1028; 1955 Jan 5. (partial)
  56. Meyer HE. Quarterly health physics report through March 31, 1955. Mound Laboratory, Monsanto Chemical Company, Miamisburg, Ohio. MLM-1044; 1955 Apr 12.
  57. Meyer HE. Quarterly health physics report through June 30, 1955. Mound Laboratory, Monsanto Chemical Company, Miamisburg, Ohio. 1955 Jul 20. (partial)
  58. Meyer HE. Quarterly health physics report through September 30, 1955. Mound Laboratory, Monsanto Chemical Company, Miamisburg, Ohio. 1955 Oct 25. (partial)
  59. Meyer HE. Quarterly health physics report through December 31, 1955. Mound Laboratory, Monsanto Chemical Company, Miamisburg, Ohio. 1956 Jan 30. (partial)
  60. Meyer HE. Quarterly health physics report through March 31, 1956. Mound Laboratory, Monsanto Chemical Company, Miamisburg, Ohio. 1956 Apr 24. (partial)
  61. Meyer HE. Quarterly health physics report through June 30, 1956. Mound Laboratory, Monsanto Chemical Company, Miamisburg, Ohio. 1956 Jul 16. (partial)
  62. Meyer HE. Quarterly health physics report through December 31, 1956. Mound Laboratory, Monsanto Chemical Company, Miamisburg, Ohio. 1957 Jan 15. (partial)
  63. Meyer HE. Quarterly health physics report through March 31, 1957. Mound Laboratory, Monsanto Chemical Company, Miamisburg, Ohio. 1957 Apr 30. (partial)
  64. Meyer HE. Quarterly health physics report through June 30, 1957. Mound Laboratory, Monsanto Chemical Company, Miamisburg, Ohio. 1957 Jul 17. (partial)
  65. Meyer HE. Quarterly health physics report through September 30, 1957. Mound Laboratory, Monsanto Chemical Company, Miamisburg, Ohio. 1957 Oct 25. (partial)
  66. Meyer HE. Quarterly health physics report through December 31, 1957. Mound Laboratory, Monsanto Chemical Company, Miamisburg, Ohio. 1958 Jan 20. (partial)
  67. Meyer HE. Quarterly health physics report through March 31, 1958. Mound Laboratory, Monsanto Chemical Company, Miamisburg, Ohio. 1958 May 7. (partial)
  68. Meyer HE. Quarterly health physics report through June 30, 1958. Mound Laboratory, Monsanto Chemical Company, Miamisburg, Ohio. 1958 Aug 11. (partial)
  69. Meyer HE. Quarterly health physics report through September 30, 1958. Mound Laboratory, Monsanto Chemical Company, Miamisburg, Ohio. 1958 Oct 23. (partial)
  70. Meyer HE. Quarterly health physics report through December 31, 1958. Mound Laboratory, Monsanto Chemical Company, Miamisburg, Ohio. 1959 Feb 2. (partial)
  71. Bigler WA, Meyer HE. Environmental monitoring data report. Mound Laboratory, Monsanto Chemical Company, Miamisburg, Ohio. 1959 and first quarter 1960. MLM-MU-60-65-0009.
  72. US Department of Health, Education, and Welfare, Public Health Service. Mound Laboratory, Monsanto Chemical Company, Miamisburg, Ohio. Data for 1959 and first quarter 1960. Radiological Health Data, Monthly Report, November 1960. PB 161371-8;I(8);38-9.
  73. Health Physics Department. Summary of environmental monitoring report for second quarter 1960. Mound Laboratory, Monsanto Chemical Company, US Atomic Energy Commission. 1960 Aug 5.
  74. Meyer HE. Quarterly health physics report (redacted version) through June 30, 1960. 1960 Sep 12.
  75. Health Physics Department. Summary of environmental monitoring report for third quarter 1960. Mound Laboratory, Monsanto Chemical Company, US Atomic Energy Commission. MLM-MU-60-72-0007; 1960 Dec 5.
  76. US Department of Health, Education, and Welfare, Public Health Service. Mound Laboratory, Monsanto Chemical Company, Miamisburg, Ohio. Data for second and third quarters 1960. Radiological Health Data, Monthly Report, March 1961. PB 161371-12;II(3);135-9.
  77. US Department of Health, Education, and Welfare, Public Health Service. Mound Laboratory, Monsanto Chemical Company, Miamisburg, Ohio. Data for fourth quarter 1960. Radiological Health Data, Monthly Report, August 1961. II(8);366-8.
  78. Health Physics Department. Summary of environmental monitoring report for fourth quarter 1960 and year 1960. Mound Laboratory, Monsanto Research Corporation, US Atomic Energy Commission. MLM-MU-61-63-0008; 1961 Mar 15.
  79. US Department of Health, Education, and Welfare, Public Health Service. Mound Laboratory, Monsanto Chemical Company, Miamisburg, Ohio. Data for first and second quarters 1961. Radiological Health Data, Quarterly Report, January 1962. III(1);25-7.
  80. Adams PC. Environmental monitoring report, third quarter 1961. Mound Laboratory, Monsanto Research Corporation, US Atomic Energy Commission. 1961 Nov 15.
  81. Adams PC. Environmental monitoring report, fourth quarter 1961. Mound Laboratory, Monsanto Research Corporation, US Atomic Energy Commission. 1962 Jan 15.
  82. US Department of Health, Education, and Welfare, Public Health Service. Mound Laboratory, Monsanto Chemical Company, Miamisburg, Ohio. Data for third and fourth quarters 1961. Radiological Health Data, Monthly Report, June 1962. III(6);204-6.
  83. Adams PC. Environmental monitoring report, first quarter 1962. Mound Laboratory, Monsanto Research Corporation, US Atomic Energy Commission. 1962 Apr 25.
  84. Adams PC, Meyer HE. Environmental monitoring report - fourth quarter and year 1962. Mound Laboratory, Monsanto Research Corporation, US Atomic Energy Commission. 1962 Jan 11.
  85. Adams PC, Meyer HE. Environmental monitoring semi-annual report - January - June, 1963. Mound Laboratory, Monsanto Research Corporation, US Atomic Energy Commission. 1963 Jul 15.
  86. Adams PC, Meyer HE. Environmental monitoring semi-annual report - July - December, 1963. Mound Laboratory, Monsanto Research Corporation, US Atomic Energy Commission. 1964 Jan 24.
  87. Adams PC, Meyer HE. Environmental monitoring semiannual report: January - June, 1964. Monsanto Research Corporation, Mound Laboratory, US Atomic Energy Commission. MLM-1210; 1964 Jul 24.
  88. Adams PC, Meyer HE. Environmental monitoring report: July - December, 1964 and 1964 summary. Monsanto Research Corporation, Mound Laboratory, US Atomic Energy Commission. MLM-1241; 1964 Dec 31.
  89. Adams PC, Meyer HE. Environmental monitoring report: January - June, 1965. Monsanto Research Corporation, Mound Laboratory, US Atomic Energy Commission. MLM-1275; 1965 Jul 16.
  90. Adams PC, Anderson HF, Meyer HE. Environmental monitoring report: July - December, 1965 and 1965 summary. Monsanto Research Corporation, Mound Laboratory, US Atomic Energy Commission. MLM-1335; 1966 Feb 28.
  91. Anderson HF, Sheehan WE, Meyer HE. Environmental monitoring report: January - June, 1966. Monsanto Research Corporation, Mound Laboratory, US Atomic Energy Commission. MLM-1356; 1966 Sep 1.
  92. Anderson HF, Sheehan WE, Meyer HE. Environmental monitoring report: July - December, 1966 and 1966 summary. Monsanto Research Corporation, Mound Laboratory, US Atomic Energy Commission. MLM-1391; 1967 Feb 10.
  93. Anderson HF, Sheehan WE, Meyer HE. Environmental monitoring report: January - June 1967. Monsanto Research Corporation, Mound Laboratory, US Atomic Energy Commission. MLM-1425; 1967 Jul 17.
  94. Anderson HF, Sheehan WE, Meyer HE. Environmental monitoring report: July - December 1967 and 1967 summary. Monsanto Research Corporation, Mound Laboratory, US Atomic Energy Commission. MLM-1464; 1968 Jan 15.
  95. Anderson HF, Sheehan WE, Meyer HE. Environmental monitoring report: January - June 1968. Monsanto Research Corporation, Mound Laboratory, US Atomic Energy Commission. MLM-1522; 1968 Aug 27.
  96. Anderson HF, Sheehan WE, Meyer HE. Environmental monitoring report: July - December 1968 and 1968 summary. Monsanto Research Corporation, Mound Laboratory, US Atomic Energy Commission. MLM-1619; 1969 Mar 21.
  97. Anderson HF, Sheehan WE, Meyer HE. Environmental monitoring report: January - June 1969. Monsanto Research Corporation, Mound Laboratory, US Atomic Energy Commission. MLM-1615; 1969 Aug 21.
  98. Anderson HF, Sheehan WE, Meyer HE. Environmental monitoring report: July - December 1969 and 1969 summary. Monsanto Research Corporation, Mound Laboratory, US Atomic Energy Commission. MLM-1616; 1970 Mar 2.
  99. Monsanto Research Corporation. Environmental monitoring report: January - June 1970. Mound Laboratory, US Atomic Energy Commission. MLM-1784; 1971 Jan 25.
  100. Monsanto Research Corporation. Environmental monitoring report: July - December 1970 and 1970 summary. Mound Laboratory, US Atomic Energy Commission. MLM-1795; 1971 Apr 15.
  101. Monsanto Research Corporation. Environmental monitoring summary I, July - December 1970. Mound Laboratory, Atomic Energy Commission;1971 May 5.
  102. Monsanto Research Corporation. Environmental monitoring report: January - June 1971. Mound Laboratory, US Atomic Energy Commission. MLM-1880; 1972 Jan 18.
  103. Monsanto Research Corporation. Environmental monitoring summary II, January - June 1971. Mound Laboratory, Atomic Energy Commission.
  104. Meyer HE. Table of environmental control activities - results. March 8, 1971. (partial).
  105. Monthly report of environmental control activities. April 12, 1971. (partial).
  106. Monthly report of environmental control activities, April, 1971. May 11, 1971. (partial).
  107. Monthly report of environmental control activities, May, 1971. June 23, 1971. (partial).
  108. Monthly report of environmental control activities, June, 1971. (No date, partial).
  109. Carfagno DG, Westendorf WH. Environmental monitoring report: July - December 1971 and 1971 summary. Mound Laboratory, Monsanto Research Corporation, US Atomic Energy Commission. MLM-1922; 1972 May 22.
  110. Westendorf WH. Environmental control program, monthly report. Monsanto Research Corporation. August 18, 1971. (July 1971 report)
  111. Westendorf WH. Environmental control program, monthly report. Monsanto Research Corporation. September 22, 1971. (August 1971 report)
  112. Westendorf WH. Environmental control program, monthly report. Monsanto Research Corporation. October 20, 1971. (September 1971 report)
  113. Westendorf WH. Environmental control program, monthly report. Monsanto Research Corporation. November 19, 1971. (October 1971 report)
  114. Westendorf WH. Environmental control program, monthly report. Monsanto Research Corporation. December 20, 1971. (November 1971 report)
  115. Westendorf WH. Environmental control program, monthly report. Monsanto Research Corporation. January 20, 1971. (December 1971 report)
  116. Carfagno DG, Westendorf. Environmental monitoring report: January - June 1972. Mound Laboratory, Monsanto Research Corporation, US Atomic Energy Commission. MLM-1973; 1972 Oct 31.
  117. Monsanto Research Corporation. Environmental monitoring summary report for the period January - June 1972. Mound Laboratory, Atomic Energy Commission.
  118. Carfagno DG, Westendorf WH. Annual environmental monitoring report: calendar year 1972. Mound Laboratory, Monsanto Research Corporation, US Atomic Energy Commission. MLM-2028; 1973 Mar 15.
  119. Westendorf WH. Environmental control program, January issue monthly report. Monsanto Research Corporation. February 24, 1972.
  120. Westendorf WH. Environmental control program, first quarterly report 1972. Monsanto Research Corporation. May 1, 1972.
  121. Westendorf WH. Environmental control program, second quarterly report 1972. Monsanto Research Corporation. September 15, 1972.
  122. Westendorf WH. Environmental control program, third quarterly report 1972. Monsanto Research Corporation. November 14, 1972.
  123. Westendorf WH. Environmental control program, fourth quarterly report 1972. Monsanto Research Corporation. February 21, 1973.
  124. Monsanto Research Corporation. Environmental monitoring summary report for January - June 1973. Mound Laboratory, Atomic Energy Commission.
  125. Roeder J. Policy statement: Environmental monitoring reports - inclusion of effluent data. US Atomic Energy Commission, Albuquerque Operations Office, Operational Safety Division. 1974 Feb 11.
  126. Carfagno DG, Westendorf WH. Annual environmental monitoring report: calendar year 1973. Mound Laboratory, Monsanto Research Corporation, US Atomic Energy Commission. MLM-2142; 1974 Apr 25.
  127. Westendorf WH. Environmental control program, first quarterly report 1973. Monsanto Research Corporation. May 15, 1973.
  128. Westendorf WH. Environmental control program, second quarterly report 1973. Monsanto Research Corporation. August 20, 1973.
  129. Westendorf WH. Environmental control program, third quarterly report 1973. Monsanto Research Corporation. November 15, 1973.
  130. Westendorf WH. Environmental control program, fourth quarterly report 1973. Monsanto Research Corporation. February 19, 1974.
  131. Monsanto Research Corporation. Environmental monitoring summary January-June 1974. Mound Laboratory, Atomic Energy Commission. MLM-MU-74-67-0001; 1974 Sep 30.
  132. Carfagno DG, Robinson B. Annual environmental monitoring report: calendar year 1974. Mound Laboratory, Monsanto Research Corporation, US Energy Research and Development Administration. MLM-2232; 1975 Apr 30.
  133. Carfagno DG. Environmental control program, first quarterly report 1974. Monsanto Research Corporation. July 29, 1974.
  134. Farmer BM, Robinson B, Carfagno DG. Annual environmental monitoring report: calendar year 1975. Mound Laboratory, Monsanto Research Corporation, US Energy Research and Development Administration. MLM-2317; 1976 Apr 26.
  135. Farmer BM, Robinson B, Carfagno DG. Annual environmental monitoring report: calendar year 1976. Mound Laboratory, Monsanto Research Corporation, US Energy Research and Development Administration. MLM-2416; 1977 Apr 25.
  136. Farmer BM, Carfagno DG. Annual environmental monitoring report: calendar year 1977. Mound Facility, Monsanto Research Corporation, US Department of Energy. MLM-2515; 1978 Apr 25.
  137. Monsanto Research Corporation. Environmental monitoring summary:1977. Mound Facility, US Department of Energy. MLM-MU-78-66-0001; 1978 Jun 9.
  138. Farmer BM, Carfagno DG. Annual environmental monitoring report: calendar year 1978. Mound Facility, Monsanto Research Corporation, US Department of Energy. MLM-2608; 1979 Apr 25.
  139. Farmer BM, Carfagno DG. Annual environmental monitoring report: calendar year 1979. Mound Facility, Monsanto Research Corporation, US Department of Energy. MLM-2700; 1980 Apr 25.
  140. Farmer BM, Carfagno DG. Annual environmental monitoring report: calendar year 1980. Mound Facility, Monsanto Research Corporation, US Department of Energy. MLM-2822; 1981 Apr 24.
  141. Farmer BM, Carfagno DG. Annual environmental monitoring report: calendar year 1981. Mound Facility, Monsanto Research Corporation, US Department of Energy. MLM-2930; 1982 Apr 21.
  142. Carfagno DG, Farmer BM. Environmental monitoring at Mound: 1982 report. Mound, Monsanto Research Corporation, US Department of Energy. MLM-3055; 1983 Apr 25.
  143. Carfagno DG, Farmer BM. Environmental monitoring at Mound: 1983 report. Mound, Monsanto Research Corporation, US Department of Energy. MLM-3143; 1984 Apr 25.
  144. Carfagno DG, Farmer BM. Environmental monitoring at Mound: 1984 report. Mound, Monsanto Research Corporation, US Department of Energy. MLM-3246; 1985 Apr 25.
  145. Carfagno DG, Farmer BM. Environmental monitoring at Mound: 1985 report. Mound, Monsanto Research Corporation, US Department of Energy. MLM-3349; 1986 May 5.
  146. Carfagno DG, Farmer BM. Environmental monitoring at Mound: 1986 report. Mound, Monsanto Research Corporation, US Department of Energy. MLM-3427; 1987 May 11.
  147. Carfagno DG, Farmer BM. Environmental monitoring at Mound: 1987 report. Mound, Monsanto Research Corporation, US Department of Energy. MLM-3492; 1988 Apr 25.
  148. Carfagno DG, Farmer BM. Environmental monitoring at Mound: 1988 report. Mound, EG&G Mound Applied Technologies, US Department of Energy. MLM-3589; 1989 May.
  149. Carfagno DG, Farmer BM. Environmental monitoring at Mound: 1989 report. Mound, EG&G Mound Applied Technologies, US Department of Energy. MLM-3634; 1990 May.
  150. EG&G Mound Applied Technologies and Science Applications International Corporation. Environmental monitoring at Mound, 1990 report. US Department of Energy. MLM-3703 UC-702,707;1991 Jun.
  151. EG&G Mound Applied Technologies and Science Applications International Corporation. Mound site environmental report for calendar year 1991. US Department of Energy. MLM-3740 UC-702,707;1992 Jun.
  152. Bauer LR. Mound site environmental report for calendar year 1992. EG&G Mound Applied Technologies, US Department of Energy. MLM-3778;1993 Jul.
  153. EG&G Mound Applied Technologies, Environmental Technology & Monitoring Section. Mound site environmental report for calendar year 1993. US Department of Energy; 1994 Aug.
  154. EG&G Mound Applied Technologies, Environmental Technology & Monitoring Section. Mound site environmental report for calendar year 1994. US Department of Energy. MLM-3814;1995 May.
  155. EG&G Mound Applied Technologies, Environmental Technology & Monitoring Group. Mound site environmental report for calendar year 1995. US Department of Energy. MLM-3823;1996 Aug.
  156. EG&G Mound Applied Technologies, Environmental Technology & Monitoring Group. Mound site environmental report for calendar year 1996. US Department of Energy; 1997 Jun.


BIBLIOGRAPHY
PART 2: OTHER MOUND DOCUMENTS

  1. Ad Hoc Committee. Report of the Ad Hoc Committee to evaluate the health and safety aspects of 238-Pu in the environment adjacent to Mound Laboratory to the Manager, Albuquerque Operations Office, Energy Research and Development Commission, Albuquerque, New Mexico. 1976 Feb.
  2. Battelle Columbus Division, US Department of Energy. Mound Plant sampling and analysis data document. Volume I, Final draft, revision 0. BMI-2168:1989 Oct.
  3. Benner Road Bridge project soil sampling data. Electronic printout prepared by Pearson TJ III;1989 Mar 28.
  4. Carfagno DG. Soil sampling results, excavation and removal of soils during Conrail Bridge shoring. 1991 Oct 17.
  5. Carfagno DG. Urinalysis results and surface wipe tests for Conrail workers. 1991 Mar 12.
  6. Dames & Moore. Evaluation of the Buried Valley Aquifer adjacent to Mound Laboratory (partial copy). Monsanto Research Corporation, US Energy Research and Development Administration. 84-79;1976 Dec 20.
  7. EG&G Energy Measurements, The Remote Sensing Laboratory. An aerial radiological survey of the EG&G Mound Applied Technologies and surrounding area, Miamisburg, Ohio. (Date of survey: June 1989.) US Department of Energy. EGG-10617-1108 UC-702; 1992 Nov.
  8. EG&G Mound Applied Technologies. Community relations plan for the remedial investigation/feasibility study at the Mound Plant, Miamisburg, Ohio. US Department of Energy. Revision 2;1991 Feb.
  9. EG&G Mound Applied Technologies. Draft site treatment plan for the mixed wastes at the Mound Facility, Miamisburg, Ohio. US Department of Energy. Background and plan volumes;1994 Aug 24.
  10. EG&G Mound Applied Technologies. Mound Plant environmental monitoring plan. US Department of Energy. MLM-3807;1994 Jul.
  11. EG&G Mound Applied Technologies, Environmental Restoration Program. B building solvent storage shed on scene coordinator (OSC) report, Mound Plant, Miamisburg, Ohio. US Department of Energy. Draft revision 0;1995 Nov.
  12. EG&G Mound Applied Technologies, Environmental Restoration Program. FFA regulatory schedule. US Department of Energy. 1993 Aug 26.
  13. EG&G Mound Applied Technologies, Environmental Restoration Program. Operable Unit 1, Contract documents for remedial action pump and treatment system construction. US Department of Energy. 1996 Jun.
  14. EG&G Mound Applied Technologies, Environmental Restoration Program. Operable Unit 1, Contract documents for remedial action pump and treatment system construction, 90% review documents, not for construction. US Department of Energy. 1996 May.
  15. EG&G Mound Applied Technologies, Environmental Restoration Program. Operable Unit 1, Feasibility study report, Mound Plant, Miamisburg, Ohio. US Department of Energy. Final revision 0;1994 Oct.
  16. EG&G Mound Applied Technologies, Environmental Restoration Program. Operable Unit 1, Proposed plan, Mound Plant, Miamisburg, Ohio. US Department of Energy. Final revision 0;1994 Oct.
  17. EG&G Mound Applied Technologies, Environmental Restoration Program. Operable Unit 1, Pump-and-treat well location and rate optimization, Mound Plant, Miamisburg, Ohio. US Department of Energy. Technical memorandum. Final revision 0;1996 May.
  18. EG&G Mound Applied Technologies, Environmental Restoration Program. Operable Unit 1, Pump-and-treat well location and rate optimization via ground water flow modeling and particle tracking, Mound Plant, Miamisburg, Ohio. US Department of Energy. Technical memorandum, working draft, revision 0;1995 Dec.
  19. EG&G Mound Applied Technologies, Environmental Restoration Program. Operable Unit 1, Record of decision, Mound Plant, Miamisburg, Ohio. US Department of Energy. Final;1995 Jun.
  20. EG&G Mound Applied Technologies, Environmental Restoration Program. Operable Unit 1, Remedial design/remedial action work plan, Mound Plant, Miamisburg, Ohio. US Department of Energy. Draft revision 0;1995 May.
  21. EG&G Mound Applied Technologies, Environmental Restoration Program. Operable Unit 1, Remedial design/remedial action work plan, Mound Plant, Miamisburg, Ohio. US Department of Energy. Final revision 0;1995 Jul.
  22. EG&G Mound Applied Technologies, Environmental Restoration Program. Operable Unit 1, Remedial design/remedial action preliminary design submittal, Mound Plant, Miamisburg, Ohio. US Department of Energy. Draft revision 0;1995 Dec.
  23. EG&G Mound Applied Technologies, Environmental Restoration Program. Operable Unit 1, Remedial investigation report, Mound Plant, Miamisburg, Ohio. Volume I-Text. US Department of Energy. Final;1994 May.
  24. EG&G Mound Applied Technologies, Environmental Restoration Program. Operable Unit 1, Remedial investigation report, Mound Plant, Miamisburg, Ohio. Volume II-Appendices A-O. US Department of Energy. Final;1994 May.
  25. EG&G Mound Applied Technologies, Environmental Restoration Program. Operable Unit 4, Miami-Erie Canal removal action design. US Department of Energy. 30% complete design document, review copy;1996 Feb.
  26. EG&G Mound Applied Technologies, Environmental Restoration Program. Operable Unit 4, Miami-Erie Canal removal action responsiveness summary, response to EE/CA public comments, Mound Plant, Miamisburg, Ohio. US Department of Energy. Final; 1994 Oct.
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