Lockhart, Ann

Lockhart, Ann
Lockhart, Ann, 1945-, interviewee; Ciarlo, Dorothy D., interviewer; Nordhaus, Hannah, interviewer; Nordhaus, Hannah,videographer;
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People: Al Hazle, Bini Abbott, Dr. Ellen Mangione


Places: Rocky Flats nuclear weapons plant

Topics: education and early jobs, job with the Colorado Department of Public Health and the Environment from 1978 to 1990, job as public relations director for Health Department, state emergency response exercises for potential accident at Rocky Flats, radium Superfund sites in Denver, regulatory control by Health Department over mixed radioactive and hazardous waste at Rocky Flats, impact of FBI raid of Rocky Flats on Health Department, Health Department sampling of air, soil and water in area around Rocky Flats, money from DOE to the Colorado Health Department to provide oversight of Rocky Flats, job directing Health Department communications for the Rocky Flats program unit, Rocky Flats health study by the Health Advisory Panel (involving the public with the work of the Health Advisory Panel, relations between activists and officials, communications efforts surrounding the Health Advisory Panel Study, ChemRisk, RAC (Risk Assesment Corporation), conclusions of the Health Advisory Panel study, official name of the study “Historical Public Exposures Study on Rocky Flats”, public reaction to the study), archiving of the materials related to the study, Citizens Environmental Sampling Committee, Rocky Flats Cold War Museum, technical topic papers produced for public education.


Abbott, Bini.
Hazle, Al.
Lockhart, Ann, 1945-
Mangione, Ellen.
Colorado Dept. of Public Health and Environment.
Hazardous waste sites.
Nuclear weapons plants Environmental aspects Colorado Rocky Flats.
Nuclear weapons plants Health aspects Colorado Rocky Flats.
Radiation Health aspects.
Radioactive waste disposal Colorado Rocky Flats.
Boulder (Colo.) History Biography.
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