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Hanford Site (Wash.)

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    • Hanford Nuclear Reservation (Wash.)
    • Hanford Nuclear Site (Wash.)
    • Hanford Reservation (Wash.)
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    • found: Work cat.: 98-30073: Hanford tank cleanup, 1999:CIP galley (U.S. Dept. of Energy's Hanford Site, southeast Washington State; radioactive waste products stored underground; site is one of the nation's largest cleanup operations; currently being used for environmental restoration, development of new technologies, and economic diversification)
    • found: GNIS online, Apr. 15, 1999(locale; 46⁰32ʹ12ʺN, 119⁰31ʹ08ʺW; in Benton, Franklin, Adams and Grant counties; variant names: Hanford Reservation, Hanford Works)
    • found: LC database, Apr. 15, 1999(Hanford Nuclear Site, Hanford Nuclear Reservation, Hanford Works, Hanford Engineer Works)
    • found: Rand McNally road atlas, 1987(Hanford Site (U.S. Govt.), Wash.)
    • found: Web. geog.(Hanford Site, Benton Co., S. Washington on Columbia River, NNW of Richland; made site 1942 of industrial plant (Hanford Engineer Works) of the Manhattan Project which produced the first atomic bombs.)
    • found: On the home front, 1992:p. 1 (Hanford Engineer Works (original name for the Hanford Site); constructed in 1943 on a 640 sq. mi. desert site to produce plutonium for America's nuclear weapons) p. 31 (AEC simplified name to Hanford Works in 1947) p. 32 (Hanford Site map)
    • found: Hanford Health Information Network plan, 1991:p. 1 (In 1943 the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers selected an area of about 600 sq. miles in southern Washington state to produce plutonium for nuclear weapons. This area, called the Hanford Nuclear Reservation, released radioactivity into the environment primarily from 1944-1972)
    • found: GNISlocale; 46°32ʹ12ʺN 119°31ʹ08ʺW
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    • 1999-04-15: new
    • 2011-06-07: revised
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