Energy and water development appropriations for 1986: hearings before a subcommittee of the Committee on Appropriations, House of Representatives, Ninety-ninth Congress, first session, Volume 9

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Page 894 - An interactive, self guided program for the joint post processing of bibliographic citations from the federal information centers of the Department of Energy (DOE), the Department of Defense (DOD), and the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) was developed.
Page 1092 - The test is whether the project will be in the public interest. And that determination can be made only after an exploration of all issues relevant to the 'public interest,' including future power demand and supply, alternate sources of power, the public interest in preserving reaches of wild rivers and wilderness areas, the preservation of anadromous fish for commercial and recreational purposes, and the protection of wildlife.
Page 1092 - Commission will be best adapted to a comprehensive plan for improving or developing a waterway or waterways for the use or benefit of interstate or foreign commerce, for the improvement and utilization of waterpower development, and for other beneficial public uses, including recreational purposes...
Page 710 - Of these, five are operated as national facilities whose beam time is made available to the Nation's scientists on the basis of scientific merit and technical feasibility of proposals submitted.
Page 618 - American Men and Women of Science," "Who's Who in America," and "Who's Who in the World." He holds several patents in the area of physics research and is the author and coauthor of over 100 technical reports and books. Dr.
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Page 717 - Duke University at Durham, the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, and North Carolina State University at Raleigh. The research program concentrates on studies of nuclear processes using light ion and neutron projectiles which are polarized or unpolarized.
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Page 725 - The primary proton beam intensity exceeds the sum of intensities of all other proton medium energy and high energy accelerators in the world. It is a source of up to 12 simultaneously operating secondary beams including neutrons, pions, muons, and neutrinos. Polarized and unpolarized beams of protons and neutrons of variable energy are also available. Major, permanent experimental facilities Include high resolution proton and (charged and neutral) pion spectrometers. A large Nal detector array is...

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