Options for radioactive and other hazardous waste siting within the U. S. Exclusive Economic Zone
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Some areas of the E.E.Z. (Exclusive Economic Zone) offer technical, political and economic options that may complement existing approaches to hazardous waste storage and disposal.
A shortened version of this report, edited for a wide audience, but without references was published in Geotimes, v. 31, December, 1986, (p. 8-10) under the title "E.E.Z. may have waste-disposal options".
Suggested CitationTechnical Report: Manheim, Frank T., Vine, Allyn C., "Options for radioactive and other hazardous waste siting within the U. S. Exclusive Economic Zone", 1987-03, DOI:10.1575/1912/7560, https://hdl.handle.net/1912/7560
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