Department of Energy (DOE) and Atomic Energy Commission (AEC) technical reports on microform consist of several decades' research from laboratories, agencies, and companies across the globe.
Fondren's holdings are organized by the assigned report numbers, based primarily on research/distributor location or sponsor/agency name. Most of the reports have not been cataloged.
To find specific DOE/AEC reports:
The microforms librarian and Kelley Center staff is available during business hours to assist with any part of the process.
There is no full list of the reports, and they are almost completely uncataloged. The complicated history of the DOE/AEC collection is best explained in the University of Minnesota's AEC Publications User Guide: "The AEC issued a very large number of research and development reports, many from academic and research contractors. Some originally had security classification, and were later unclassified. Some documents from the AEC were included in the Government Printing Office’s (GPO) Federal Depository Library program, falling in Superintendent of Documents classifications beginning with Y 3.At 7:. However, most did not meet the requirements for GPO depository distribution. The AEC maintained its own depository program and also distributed or sold publications directly from Oak Ridge, through GPO, through the National Technical Information Service (NTIS) and its predecessors, and through private vendors."
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