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Director, Uranium Impact Assessment Program

Southwest Research and Information Center

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Southwest Research and Information Center

105 Stanford Se

Albuquerque, New Mexico 87106

United States

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SRIC is a non-profit organization. All donations are tax-deductible. ... more

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Background Information

Education

MPH

college degree

Web References (165 Total References)


SRIC: Voices from the Earth - 2003

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In October 2002, Mr. Smith attended the Second National People of Color Environmental Leadership Summit in Washington, D.C. Below is an interview with SRIC's Chris Shuey about his experiences at the Summit.


In February, MASE organizer, Nadine ...

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In February, MASE organizer, Nadine Padilla, New Mexico Environmental Law Center attorney, Eric Jantz, and Southwest Research and Information Center's director of Uranium Impact Assessment Program, Chris Shuey, were interviewed for an article that appeared in the Colorado College's Cipher Magazine.

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Chris Shuey is the Director of SRIC's Uranium Impact Assessment Program. Shuey was hired at SRIC in 1981, as a young journalist "researching and writing stories on the early Navajo uranium miners who were dead and dying in the mid to late 1970s, and the plight of their widows. He has been a tireless advocate for environmental justice ever since. Like Padilla, Shuey is concerned that we have not learned from the lesson of the Churchrock Spill. Well versed in both policy science, Shuey explained that "Elevated gamma radiation from mining and milling impacts could still be observed outside of the mine and mill sites 20 years after mining and milling ended in the early to mid 1980s. He went on to explain that when underground hard-rock uranium is dissolved in the ISL mining process, it becomes highly mobile.


SRIC: Energy & Nat. Resources - International

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"Human Exposure Assessment Practices in the Navajo Birth Cohort Study" Q&A, Discussion — Chris Shuey, MPH, Director, Uranium Impact Assessment Program, SRIC, Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA

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By Chris Shuey, MPH, based on presentations prepared by Johnnye Lewis, Ph.D. and Jennifer Ong, Ph.D. Student
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Assessing And Reducing Drinking Water Metal Exposure On The Navajo Nation Using Geospatial Technology, Joseph H. Hoover, Chris Shuey, Johnnye Lewis (presentation poster)
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Environmental Metal Exposures and Immune System Responses — Results from two community-based participatory research studies on the Navajo Nation, Esther Erdei, Debra MacKenzie, Jennifer Ong, Bernadette Pacheco, Miranda Cajero, Curtis Miller, Chris Shuey, Johnnye Lewis (presentation poster)


Decommissioning Projects - USA

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, by Chris Shuey, Wm.

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Chris Shuey, an environmental and health scientist at the Southwest Research and Information Center external link , said the EPA has not made progress on cleaning up any of the 520 identified abandoned mines. Shuey, whose organization aids in nuclear waste management and uranium mining reclamation, said that the toxic materials need to be moved to a facility far from peoples' homes, which is not happening now. "There is a widespread cynicism that nothing is really going to be done to clean up these mines," said Shuey, who has work with Navajo on this project. But Shuey acknowledged that the agencies' success in identifying the mines and affected water sources is a huge step in the right direction, and that replacing contaminated structures does benefit the people. (Cronkite News Jan. 24, 2013)


Multicultural Alliance for a Safe Environment Newsletter #2 | News from The Marshall Plan |

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In February, MASE organizer Nadine Padilla, New Mexico Environmental Law Center attorney Eric Jantz, and Southwest Research and Information Center's director of Uranium Impact Assessment Program, Chris Shuey, were interviewed for an article that appeared in the Colorado College's Cipher Magazine.

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