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Title: DOE Manual 441.1-1 Working Group Meeting: LANL Presentations

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  1. Los Alamos National Laboratory
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Research Org.:
Los Alamos National Lab. (LANL), Los Alamos, NM (United States)
Sponsoring Org.:
USDOE
OSTI Identifier:
1377373
Report Number(s):
LA-UR-17-27587
DOE Contract Number:
AC52-06NA25396
Resource Type:
Conference
Resource Relation:
Conference: DOE Manual 441.1-1 Working Group Meeting ; 2017-08-08 - 2017-08-09 ; Oak Ridge, Tennessee, United States
Country of Publication:
United States
Language:
English
Subject:
DOE Manual M441.1-1 nuclear material storage

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Yarbro, Tresa Faye, Smith, Paul Herrick, Narlesky, Joshua Edward, Stone, Timothy Amos, Reeves, Kirk Patrick, Karns, Tristan, Brabec, Cheryl Lynn, Carroll, Anna, Graham, Alan Lyman, Hill, Mary Ann, Keller, Jennie, Labouriau, Andrea, Lee, Kwan-Soo, Lefler, Barton Steven, Oka, Jude M., Prochnow, David Adrian, Stroud, Mary Ann, Tokash, Justin Charles, Veirs, Douglas Kirk, Weis, Eric, Welch, Cynthia F., Yang, Michelle H., and Worl, Laura Ann. DOE Manual 441.1-1 Working Group Meeting: LANL Presentations. United States: N. p., 2017. Web.
Yarbro, Tresa Faye, Smith, Paul Herrick, Narlesky, Joshua Edward, Stone, Timothy Amos, Reeves, Kirk Patrick, Karns, Tristan, Brabec, Cheryl Lynn, Carroll, Anna, Graham, Alan Lyman, Hill, Mary Ann, Keller, Jennie, Labouriau, Andrea, Lee, Kwan-Soo, Lefler, Barton Steven, Oka, Jude M., Prochnow, David Adrian, Stroud, Mary Ann, Tokash, Justin Charles, Veirs, Douglas Kirk, Weis, Eric, Welch, Cynthia F., Yang, Michelle H., & Worl, Laura Ann. DOE Manual 441.1-1 Working Group Meeting: LANL Presentations. United States.
Yarbro, Tresa Faye, Smith, Paul Herrick, Narlesky, Joshua Edward, Stone, Timothy Amos, Reeves, Kirk Patrick, Karns, Tristan, Brabec, Cheryl Lynn, Carroll, Anna, Graham, Alan Lyman, Hill, Mary Ann, Keller, Jennie, Labouriau, Andrea, Lee, Kwan-Soo, Lefler, Barton Steven, Oka, Jude M., Prochnow, David Adrian, Stroud, Mary Ann, Tokash, Justin Charles, Veirs, Douglas Kirk, Weis, Eric, Welch, Cynthia F., Yang, Michelle H., and Worl, Laura Ann. Wed . "DOE Manual 441.1-1 Working Group Meeting: LANL Presentations". United States. doi:. https://www.osti.gov/servlets/purl/1377373.
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