5 edition of The Dilemma of Siting a High-Level Nuclear Waste Repository (Studies in Risk and Uncertainty) found in the catalog.
December 31, 1899
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Nuclear waste repository siting An alternative approach Barry D. Solomon and Diane M. Cameron Under the Nuclear Waste Policy Act of , the US Department of Energy has initiated a highly centralized siting pro- cess for two high-level nuclear waste by: Nevada’s nuclear dilemma: Inside the reignited fight over Yucca Mountain. of “the sole candidate site for the nation’s first high-level civilian nuclear waste repository,” as the.
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Public Opposition to the Siting of the High-level Nuclear Waste Repository: The Importance of Trust. Policy Studies Review 10(4): Raynor, S., and R. Cantor. This book explores the dilemma of siting a high-level nuclear waste (HLNW) repository. The authors examine siting conflicts from a IIIIH»" variety of perspectives - political, psychological, and sociological - and identify the fundamental determinants of public opposition to waste disposal facilities as a means of designing more effective.
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The particular siting dilemma considered in this book is the problem of how to "dispose" of the high-level nuclear wastes accumulating at nuclear power plants in the United States.
These wastes, in the form of "spent" fuel rods, will emit dangerous levels of radioactivity for thousands of years - anywhere betw andyears. : The Dilemma of Siting a High-Level Nuclear Waste Repository (Studies in Risk and Uncertainty) (): D.
Easterling, Howard Kunreuther: BooksCited by: In the Dilemma of Siting a High-Level Nuclear Waste Repository, the authors examine siting conflicts from a variety of perspectives - political, psychological, and sociological - and identify the fundamental determinants of public opposition to waste-disposal facilities as a means of designing more effective approaches to solving the typical siting dilemma.
Abstract. This chapter provides an overview of the federal government’s attempt to deal with the dilemma posed by high-level nuclear wastes. We present some technical and political background on the need for a high-level waste repository, and then describe the various phases of the siting by: 1.
High-Level Nuclear Waste Repository in the United States: Summary and Implications Eugene A. Rosa, Riley E. Dunlap, and Michael E. Kraft the dilemma of how to weigh the specialized expertise against the views of imate empirical factors shaping the acceptance of siting a high-level nuclear waste repository (HLNWR).
Winner of the Kulp-Wright Book Award, presented annually by the American Risk and Insurance Association to the author of a book considered to be the most influential text published on the economics of risk management and insurance.
Kunreuther, H., & Useem, M. (Eds.) (). Learning from Catastrophes: Strategies for Reaction and Response. The Dilemma. Welcome,you are looking at books for reading, the The Dilemma, you will able to read or download in Pdf or ePub books and notice some of author may have lock the live reading for some of ore it need a FREE signup process to obtain the book.
If it available for your country it will shown as book reader and user fully subscribe will benefit by having full access to all. Local Acceptance of a High-Level Nuclear Waste Repository Article in Risk Analysis 24(3) July with 21 Reads How we measure 'reads'Author: Lennart Sjöberg.
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HIGH-LEVEL NUCLEAR WASTE REPOSITORY SITING. Sections. Findings. Duties relating to the site selection process for a high-level. Book Reviewers; Instructors; Journalists; Librarians (Springer Nature) You can pay for Springer eBooks with Visa, Mastercard, American Express or Paypal.
The Dilemma of Siting a High-Level Nuclear Waste Repository. Series: Studies in Risk and Uncertainty, Vol. The opinions of the local residents in the municipality of Eurajoki. The Dilemma of Siting a High-Level Waste Repository. Book. Fair Rules for Siting a High-Level Nuclear Waste Repository.
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One Hundred Centuries of Solitude: Redirecting America's High-Level Nuclear Waste Policy, by James Flynn, James Chalmers, Doug Easterling, Roger. HIGH LEVEL NUCLEAR WASTE High level nuclear waste is the spent fuel from nuclear power plants.
It is usually in the form of fuel assemblies, which are bundles of metal rods filled with ceramic pellets containing enriched uranium, which fuel the reactors.
Fuel. Radioactive Waste Management For these reasons, coal cannot provide a complete solution to the energy needs of the United States. Thus, the File Size: 1MB. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: / Easterling, D., and H. Kunreuther. The Dilemma of Siting a High-Level Nuclear Waste Repository.
Boston: Kluwer Academic Publishers. Show this book's table of contents, where. SITING A REPOSITORY rOR UNDER GROUND DISPOSAL. HIGH-LEVEL RADIOACTIVE WASTE A draft of this document was issued for public comment as a Consultative Document (C) on January On completion of the comment review and text revision process.
the content was finalized and made effective on September Inquiries. DOE/Defense high level waste mostly stored in tanks at Hanford and Savannah River Current inventories of high-level waste Nuclear Energy Economics and Policy Analysis ~ 35 x 10 ~ x 10 ~20, m ~, m DOE defense high-level waste Commercial spent 6File Size: 1MB.
Solving the US Nuclear Waste Dilemma Richard B. Stewart1 I. Introduction Current U.S. nuclear waste law and policy is bankrupt. The Nuclear Waste Management Act (NWPA) set a deadline for opening a deep geologic repository to receive spent nuclear fuel (SNF) and high level waste (HLW) from reprocessing.
In Congress amended the Act. 8. The Vulnerability of the Convention Industry to the Siting of a High-Level Nuclear Waste Repository / Douglas Easterling and Howard Kunreuther 9. Nevada Urban Residents' Attitudes Toward a Nuclear Waste Repository / Alvin H.
Mushkatel, Joanne M. Nigg, and K. David Pijawka Pages:. Radioactive Waste Management Japan’s Siting Process for the Geological Disposal of High-level Conceptual figure depicting a deep geological repository (Nuclear Waste Management Organization of Japan); The International Peer Review in Japan (METI, Japan).
disposal of high-level radioactive waste when compared to international best.What is radioactive waste? Radioactive waste arises from nuclear power generation, defence related activities and medical applications.
Radioactive waste emits radiation which can be harmful to humans and other organisms. The waste must be isolated to protect surface and near-surface environments. Some high level radioactive waste also.Current U.S.
nuclear waste law and policy is bankrupt. The Nuclear Waste Policy Act (NWPA) set a dead-line for opening a deep geologic repository to receive spent nuclear fuel (SNF) and high-level waste (HLW) from repro-cessing.
InCongress amended the Act to designate Yucca Mountain in Nevada as the only potential site, and.