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Nuclear Waste

Nuclear waste refers to the entire array of radioactive materials created by all aspects of nuclear technology. The most widely known wastes are those produced by the civilian nuclear industry and the nuclear weapons program. Other sources of nuclear waste include radioactive materials produced for medical, research, and industrial applications, and the contaminated sections of dismantled nuclear facilities.

Annotated Bibliography for Nuclear WasteOpen link in new window
Alsos Digital Library for Nuclear Issues | (alsos.wlu.edu/qsearch.aspx?browse=scienc...)
Annotated Bibliography for Nuclear WasteOpen link in new window
Alsos Digital Library for Nuclear Issues | (alsos.wlu.edu/qsearch.aspx?browse=issues...)
Convention on Radioactive WasteOpen link in new window
NuclearFiles.org | (www.nuclearfiles.org/menu/library/treati...)
Introduction to Nuclear Energy: Nuclear WasteOpen link in new window
NuclearFiles.org | (www.nuclearfiles.org/menu/key-issues/nuc...)
Nuclear and Chemical Waste Generated by Production of Fissionable MaterialsOpen link in new window
ChemCases | (www.chemcases.com/nuclear/nc-11.htm)
Nuclear Energy Issues: WasteOpen link in new window
NuclearFiles.org | (www.nuclearfiles.org/menu/key-issues/nuc...)

See Also:

High Level Waste
Low-Level Waste
Mixed Low-Level Waste
Yucca Mountain, Nevada
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