Transportation of nuclear waste: complications of siting a nuclear waste repository.

G. Jabob, Andrew Kirby

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Abstract

Two contradictory goals will continue to produce conflict over the appropriate course of the civilian nuclear waste disposal program: the primary concerns of communities along the transportation corridor are health, public safety, the maintenance of property values and protecting their jusisdictions' authority to impose regulations felt necessary to serve these ends. The DOE is interested in rushing development of a repository as much as possible to meet an accelerated waste acceptance schedule, and to provide the nuclear industry with a solution to the spent fuel problem.-from Authors

Original languageEnglish (US)
Title of host publicationPapers and proc. of applied geography conferences. Vol. 8
EditorsJ.W. Frazier
PublisherDepartment of Geography, SUNY, Binghamton
Pages182-189
Number of pages8
StatePublished - 1985
Externally publishedYes

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radioactive waste
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industry
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  • Earth and Planetary Sciences(all)
  • Environmental Science(all)

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Jabob, G., & Kirby, A. (1985). Transportation of nuclear waste: complications of siting a nuclear waste repository. In J. W. Frazier (Ed.), Papers and proc. of applied geography conferences. Vol. 8 (pp. 182-189). Department of Geography, SUNY, Binghamton.

Transportation of nuclear waste : complications of siting a nuclear waste repository. / Jabob, G.; Kirby, Andrew.

Papers and proc. of applied geography conferences. Vol. 8. ed. / J.W. Frazier. Department of Geography, SUNY, Binghamton, 1985. p. 182-189.

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Jabob, G & Kirby, A 1985, Transportation of nuclear waste: complications of siting a nuclear waste repository. in JW Frazier (ed.), Papers and proc. of applied geography conferences. Vol. 8. Department of Geography, SUNY, Binghamton, pp. 182-189.
Jabob G, Kirby A. Transportation of nuclear waste: complications of siting a nuclear waste repository. In Frazier JW, editor, Papers and proc. of applied geography conferences. Vol. 8. Department of Geography, SUNY, Binghamton. 1985. p. 182-189
Jabob, G. ; Kirby, Andrew. / Transportation of nuclear waste : complications of siting a nuclear waste repository. Papers and proc. of applied geography conferences. Vol. 8. editor / J.W. Frazier. Department of Geography, SUNY, Binghamton, 1985. pp. 182-189
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