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Chris Shuey

Director of the Uranium Impact Assessment Program

Southwest Research and Information Center

HQ Phone:  (505) 262-1862

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Southwest Research and Information Center

105 Stanford SE

Albuquerque, New Mexico,87196

United States

Company Description

Southwest Research and Information Center (SRIC) was founded in 1971 for the purpose of providing information to the public on the effects of energy development and resource exploitation on the people and their cultures, lands, water, and air of New Mexico and... more.

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SRIC: Staff

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Chris Shuey, MPH
Director, Uranium Impact Assessment Program


Cultural Energy - Radio Rio - Amigos Bravos

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Chris Shuey of the Southwest Research and Information Center.


Cultural Energy - Media Voices of Northern New Mexico

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2007 Amigos Bravos: Chris Shuey of Southwest Research & Info Center on Uranium Mining


Southwest Research and Information Center provides environmental information and technical assistance to community groups on a wide range of subjects

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Chris Shuey, MPH. director, Uranium Impact Assessment Program


Four Corners Free Press Official Website

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Today the site is covered with dirt and clay, a cap that is supposed to last at least 200 years, although the half-life of the radioactive elements is 1,600 years, said Chris Shuey, director of the Uranium Impact Assessment Program for the Southwest Research and Information Center in Albuquerque.
Navajos hold valid grazing permits at the site, according to Chris Shuey, but the company is asserting a higher legal authority to mine. Shuey said the tribe is trying to initiate studies to look at possible environmental factors (such as uranium exposure) in kidney disease, which is three to five times the national average on the reservation. But when it comes to enforcing the uranium-mining ban, the future is uncertain. Some 10 different companies are seeking to mine within or near the reservation boundaries, Shuey said. One proposal is for uranium mining on Mt. Taylor in New Mexico, one of the Navajos' four sacred mountains. "If someone proposed drilling a mine in the middle of a 400-year-old Catholic Church there would be outrage," Shuey said. "These uranium guys want everyone to believe them, and yet we have this 50-year record of their malfeasance against the people," Shuey said.


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