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Disposition of High-Level Radioactive Waste Through Geological Isolation : Development, Current Status, and Technical and Policy Challenges.

By: Contributor(s): Publisher: Washington, D.C. : National Academies Press, 1999Copyright date: ©1999Description: 1 online resource (44 pages)Content type:
  • text
Media type:
  • computer
Carrier type:
  • online resource
ISBN:
  • 9780309593823
Subject(s): Genre/Form: Additional physical formats: Print version:: Disposition of High-Level Radioactive Waste Through Geological Isolation : Development, Current Status, and Technical and Policy ChallengesDDC classification:
  • 363.72/89
LOC classification:
  • TD898.2 -- .D5736 1999eb
Online resources:
Contents:
Disposition of High-Level Radioactive Waste through Geological Isolation -- Copyright -- Preface -- Contents -- Management of High-Level Waste: A Historical Overview of the Technical and Policy Challenges -- WHAT IS HIGH-LEVEL NUCLEAR WASTE? A BRIEF HISTORY -- THE QUANTITY OF HIGH-LEVEL WASTE TO BE MANAGED -- ASSURING THE SAFETY OF A GEOLOGICAL REPOSITORY FOR HIGH-LEVEL WASTE -- ACHIEVING PUBLIC ACCEPTANCE OF HIGH-LEVEL WASTE REPOSITORIES. -- ALTERNATIVES TO A GEOLOGICAL REPOSITORY -- DISPOSAL VS. DISPOSITION -- SAFETY AGAINST HUMAN INTRUSION -- THE EVOLVING BALANCE BETWEEN INTERNATIONAL AND NATIONAL EFFORTS -- An Overview of the Workshop Agenda -- PLENARY SESSIONS -- ARRANGEMENTS AND TOPICS FOR DISCUSSION SESSIONS -- KEY ISSUES FOR THE WORKSHOP. -- DESCRIPTION OF THE DISCUSSION SESSIONS -- Session 1: Role of Total System Performance Assessment in Establishing the Acceptability of Geologic Repositories: An… -- Session Structure -- Session 2: Timing and Staging Repository Development: Maintaining Technical and Social Balance in Stepwise Development from… -- Session Structure -- Session 3: The Regulator's Dilemma: Decision Making in the Presence of Uncertainty -- Session Structure -- Session 4: Public Acceptance in the Context of Social Distrust. -- Session Structure -- Session 5: Lessons Learned from National Programs: Tracing Routes to Success or Setback -- Session Structure -- Session 6: Is Geological Disposal Required? -- Session Structure -- Session 7: Making Progress through International Cooperation -- Session Structure -- CONCLUSION. -- Bibliography.
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Disposition of High-Level Radioactive Waste through Geological Isolation -- Copyright -- Preface -- Contents -- Management of High-Level Waste: A Historical Overview of the Technical and Policy Challenges -- WHAT IS HIGH-LEVEL NUCLEAR WASTE? A BRIEF HISTORY -- THE QUANTITY OF HIGH-LEVEL WASTE TO BE MANAGED -- ASSURING THE SAFETY OF A GEOLOGICAL REPOSITORY FOR HIGH-LEVEL WASTE -- ACHIEVING PUBLIC ACCEPTANCE OF HIGH-LEVEL WASTE REPOSITORIES. -- ALTERNATIVES TO A GEOLOGICAL REPOSITORY -- DISPOSAL VS. DISPOSITION -- SAFETY AGAINST HUMAN INTRUSION -- THE EVOLVING BALANCE BETWEEN INTERNATIONAL AND NATIONAL EFFORTS -- An Overview of the Workshop Agenda -- PLENARY SESSIONS -- ARRANGEMENTS AND TOPICS FOR DISCUSSION SESSIONS -- KEY ISSUES FOR THE WORKSHOP. -- DESCRIPTION OF THE DISCUSSION SESSIONS -- Session 1: Role of Total System Performance Assessment in Establishing the Acceptability of Geologic Repositories: An… -- Session Structure -- Session 2: Timing and Staging Repository Development: Maintaining Technical and Social Balance in Stepwise Development from… -- Session Structure -- Session 3: The Regulator's Dilemma: Decision Making in the Presence of Uncertainty -- Session Structure -- Session 4: Public Acceptance in the Context of Social Distrust. -- Session Structure -- Session 5: Lessons Learned from National Programs: Tracing Routes to Success or Setback -- Session Structure -- Session 6: Is Geological Disposal Required? -- Session Structure -- Session 7: Making Progress through International Cooperation -- Session Structure -- CONCLUSION. -- Bibliography.

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