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Suffolk Scientists for Cleaner Power and a Safer Environment (NY) Collection

Type of Material: Records and subject files.
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Collection ID: Collection 267
Creator: Suffolk Scientists for Cleaner Power and a Safer Environment (NY)
Extent: 0.8 cubic ft.
Span Dates: 1969-1974

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Title
Suffolk Scientists for Cleaner Power and a Safer Environment (NY) Collection
Collection 267

Description
Records, 1969-1974.
0.8 cubic ft.
Organization favoring nuclear power generation and the construction and licensing of the Long Island Lighting Company’s Shoreham Nuclear power Facility.
Hearings briefs, statements, treasurer’s records, etc.

Processed by F. Berenice Baez-Revueltas, September 2005.
Online finding aid by Kristen J. Nyitray, October 2006.

Rights and Permissions

Stony Brook University Libraries' consent as the physical owner of the collection does not address copyright issues that may affect publication rights. It is the sole responsibility of the user of Special Collections and University Archives materials to investigate the copyright status of any given work and to seek and obtain permission where needed prior to publication.     

INVENTORY

Box 1

May 1967 – Radioactive Waste from Reactors
May, 1968 – Possible Effects of Thermal Discharges to the Atmosphere
May, 1969 – Thermal Pollution and Aquatic Life
October, 1969 – Atomic and Nuclear Power Report by Herman Foster
November, 1969 – Nuclear Power, What They Don’t Tell You
November, 1969 – References and Bibliographies
November 7th, 1969 – Statement of Albert Jensen
December, 11th, 1969 – Statement by Glenn L. Paulson and Sidney J. Socolar
January, 1970 – Radiation Standards for Reactor Sitting
January 28, 1970 – Statement of Dean E. Abrahamson
February 6, 1970 – Appendix to Testimony
February 6, 1970 – Biological Hazards of Tritium
February 6, 1970 – Excerpts of Remarks by Congressman Jonathan Bingham
February 6, 1970 – Health Physics Society
February 6, 1970 – Public Hearing on Atomic Energy Plants
February 6, 1970 – Public Hearing on Thermal Pollution
February 6, 1970 – Remarks by Joseph C. Swidler
February 6, 1970 – Statement by Joseph J. DiNunno
February 6, 1970 – Statement of W. Mason Lawrence
February 6, 1970 – Views of Nassau County Executive
February 6, 1970 – Without Consent of the People
February 20 1970 – Oak Ridge National Laboratory
February 25, 1970 – Oak Ridge National Laboratory
April, 1970 – Environmental Effects on Steam – Electric Generating Plants
April, 1970 – La Porte participation anomaly
April 15, 1970 – Petition for Intervention
April 20, 1970 – Newsday clipping
May 25, 1970 – Testimony of Andrew P. Hull
May 25, 1970 – Testimony of Howard J. Curtis
May 25, 1970 – Testimony of J.B. Horner Kuper
May 25, 1970 – Testimony of Monroe Schneider, MD
May 25, 1970 – Testimony of Paul Colsman
July 27, 1970 – License Application
August 4, 1970 – License Application
August 25, 1970 – News Release
August 31, 1970 – Testimony of T.V. Sheehan
September, 1970 – Statement of Charles W. Huver, PhD
September 3, 1970 – Testimony of Paul Michael
September 11, 1970 – Atomic Energy Commission
September 14, 1970 – Sailor, Vance L
September 15, 1970 – Reilly, Like and Schneider
October 21, 1970 – News Release
December 18, 1970 – Testimony of Charles W. Huver
February 16, 1971
March 23, 1971 – Remarks by Vance L. Sailor
March 31, 1971- Testimony of Andrew P. Hull
April, 1971 – Benefit-Cost Decisions in Nuclear-Energy Applications

Box 2

April 2, 1971 – Testimony of Dr. Dean Parker
April 2, 1971 – Testimony of Dr. Leonard A. Sagan
April 2, 1971 – Testimony of McDonald E. Wrenn, PhD
May 7, 1971 – Andrew P. Hull
May 7, 1971 – Dr. Howard J. Curtis
May 12, 1971 – Dr. Andrew P. Hull
May 18, 1971 – John L. Speirs
May 25, 1971 – Irving Like, Esq.
June 6, 1971 – New York Times clipping
July, 1971 – In the Matter of Long Island Lighting Company
July 23, 1971 – Long Island Lighting Company
September 1, 1971 – LILCO Is Facing New Delay
September 15, 1971 – Bulletin #7
September 24, 1971 – Assessments of the Lloyd Harbor Group Ro
November 19, 1971 – John A. Ritsher
January 20, 1972 – Bulletin of the Atomic Scientist
February 18, 1972 – Recommended Findings of Fact
June, 1972 – Bulletin of Atomic Scientist
June 9, 1972 – Before the Atomic Safety and Licensing Board
October 19, 1972 – Power Station at Shoreham, NY
March 6, 1973 – Closing Statement
Atomic Energy and Environment
Benefit-Cost Decisions in Nuclear Energy Applications
CLEAN
Cole, LaMont Cook
Colsman, Paul
Comments
Criticism of Nuclear Power
Cross-Examination of Witnesses
Footnotes
The Hazard is New
Invitation for Membership
Loucks, Orie (witness)
Lowenstein, Jerold M.
Metzger, Peter
Michael, Paul
Nuclear Power: Benefits and Risks
Power Generation and Pollution
Report to Marine Resources Council
The Right to be Free of Unnecessary Atomic Radiation
Statement of Martin Goldstein
Suffolk Scientist for Cleaner Power and Safety Environment
Summary of Testimony on Reactor Safety
Telegram, Giving testimony outline, from Steve J. Gadler
Testimony for United States Atomic Energy Public Hearing (1st Draft)
Testimony in the matter of LILCO
Testimony of Fred W. La Bastille
Testimony of Dr. Robert Kruss
Testimony of Potential Environmental Effects
Testimony to be Presented Before the Construction…
Unsorted Papers
Watson, James

 


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