One Hundred Centuries of Solitude: Redirecting America's High-Level Nuclear Waste Policy

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One Hundred Centuries
of Solitude
Redirecting America's High-Level
Nuclear Waste Policy

James Flynn, James Chalmers, Doug Easterling
Roger Kasperson, Howard Kunreuther,
C.K. Mertz, Alvin Mushkatel, K. David Pijawaka,
and Paul slovic

with Lydia Dotto, Scince Writer

Westview Press
BOULDER . SAN FRANCISCO . OXFORD

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One Hundred Centuries of Solitude: Redirecting America's High-Level Nuclear Waste Policy
Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Preface ix
  • Acknowledgments xi
  • 1 - Overview of a Troubled Program 1
  • 2 - Problems with High-Level Nuclear Waste and a Little History 19
  • 3 - Policies and Politics 33
  • 4 - Complexity and Uncertainty 53
  • 5 - Public Responses to High-Level Nuclear Wastes 65
  • 6 - International Experiences 83
  • 7 - Where Do We Go from Here? 97
  • 8 - Update on the High-Level Nuclear Waste Repository Siting 103
  • Glossary 111
  • Bibliography 113
  • About the Book and Authors 121
  • Author Index 125
  • Subject Index 127
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