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“Virtual Tour” of Livermore Lab’s High Explosives Testing Range Unveiled

Wednesday, November 30, 2016
Posted by Marylia Kelley

Today’s debut also featured a new presentation detailing the toxic and radioactive pollution at Site 300, the EPA Superfund cleanup program to address the site’s contaminated soil, surface water and groundwater aquifers, and the public’s role in decision-making.

Environmental Scientist Peter Strauss and the group’s Executive Director, Marylia Kelley collaborated on the new presentation. Kelley conducted the showing today and facilitated the lively discussion that followed.

A second showing of the virtual tour and presentation slides is now being organized. Watch this space for the date/time/Tracy area location to be announced, or contact marylia@trivalleycares.org to secure your invitation now.

You may view the virtual tour here. (Please note you will need a free downloadable app from Google Earth to take this tour.)

A contaminant map of Site 300 in PDF with virtual tour locations is here.

The new presentation slides are downloadable in PDF here.

Two weapons tests at Site 300 referenced in the PowerPoint are downloadable here.