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Los Alamos National Laboratory’s database of environmental monitoring data is now directly viewable by the public.
“Intellus New Mexico,” the new, web-based application, will display the same internal data that Laboratory scientists and regulatory agencies see and use for environmental analysis and monitoring of the LANL site. The new system contains more than 9 million records, including historical data as well as a near-real-time view of ongoing data collection activities.
Intellus NM replaces an older database of lab-related environmental data, known as RACER.
“Intellus NM will provide scientists, regulators, and the public with the latest data available,” said Pete Maggiore, assistant manager of the Environmental Projects Office for the National Nuclear Security Administration’s Los Alamos Site Office. “The timeliness factor is a huge improvement over the old system.”
LANL monitors the surrounding environment to ensure that its workers are protecting the environment while performing the Laboratory’s national security work, and to comply with environmental requirements and standards mandated by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, the New Mexico Environment Department, and the U.S. Department of Energy.
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