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Hanford: A Conversation about Nuclear Waste and Cleanup

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In Hanford: A Conversation About Nuclear Waste and Cleanup, Roy Gephart takes us on a journey through a world of facts, values, conflicts, and choices facing the most complex environmental cleanup project in the United States: the U.S. Department of Energy's Hanford Site. Starting with the top-secret Manhattan Project, Hanford was used to create tons of plutonium for ...more
Paperback, 384 pages
Published February 28th 2003 by Battelle Press (first published February 2003)
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Jun 04, 2010 Christoph rated it liked it
Recommends it for: nuclear researchers, environmentalists
Mr. Gephart has provided in this book a balanced overview of the current state of Hanford Site operations to the time of publication. This book is filled with useful facts and figures in terms of costs, timelines, waste characterizations so would be highly useful to a researcher looking for a one-stop reference for a wide-range of site activities. It is also accessible to the unaware or underinformed interested in understanding this highly complex issue; however, anyone hoping for an intensive ...more
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