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I have reviewed the Yucca Mountain infiltration-modeling document MDL-NBS-HS-
000023, Rev. 01 and was able to access its supporting materials (listed in Appendix C of
this review report). I contributed to writing this ORISE review report and have had
opportunity to comment on and revise this report's text. I agree with the statements and
conclusions of this ORISE review report. I reassert that I do not have a conflict of interest
in participation on this review panel.
ORISE Yucca Mountain Review Panel Members:
April 24, 2008
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Binayak P. M anty, Ph.D
Soroosh Surooshiajn, rkD. Pane. Chair
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