With: Control and removal of radioactive contamination ... / U.S. N.C.R.P.M. Washington, D.C. : NBS, 195l.
|Series||NCRP report -- no. 16., National Bureau of Standards handbook -- 58.|
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Get this from a library! Radioactive-waste disposal in the ocean. [National Committee on Radiation Protection (U.S.)]. Additional Physical Format: Online version: National Committee on Radiation Protection (U.S.). Radioactive-waste disposal in the ocean. Washington, Ocean disposal of radioactive waste: Status report A number of studies are being done to more fully assess the impact of sea disposal by Dominique P. Calmet For hundreds of years, the seas have been used as a place to dispose of wastes resulting from human activi-ties. Although no . Writing this book offered me the opportunity to focus on an important environmental issue—disposal of radioactive waste at sea—and a fascinating international environmental regime—the global ocean dumping regime. The book is based on my doctoral dissertation, completed at the Department of.
Also Historically: The Pacific Ocean has been unaffected beyond a very local scale by any man-made nuclear phenomenon. As far as I know, actual nuclear waste from a . It seems to be a perennial suggestion: let's put our most hazardous wastes into the deepest sea trenches. There, they will be drawn down into the Earth's mantle well away from children and other living things. Usually, people are referring to high-level nuclear waste, which can be dangerous for thousands of : Andrew Alden. regulations governing waste disposal into the sea. To implement this pro gramme, and in conformity with the recommendations of other United Nations bodies, an ad hoc Panel on Radioactive Waste Disposal into the Sea was set up in October under the chairmanship of Mr. H. BRYNIELSSON, of Sweden, to advise the Director General. Radioactive-Waste Disposal in the Ocean 1. Introduction and Summary of Recommendations Introduction The ever-increasing production and use of radioactiYe isotopes has raised illlmerous quest ions concerning their handling, transportation, and ultImate disposal. It appears that the sea may be an appropriate place for the disposal.
The majority of this waste is low-level radioactive waste (LLW) and is disposed of at the Technical Area 54 (TA), Area G disposal facility. U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) Order (DOE, ) requires that radioactive waste be managed in a manner more» . This careful analysis of the creation of the global ocean dumping regime in and its transformation in to include a ban on the disposal at sea of radioactive waste persuasively demonstrate the importance of public ideas, transnational coalitions of policy entrepreneurs, and environmental non-governmental by: 5. Radioactive Waste Management provides a comprehensive, up-to-date review of the field. It examines the entire life cycle of wastes from production through treatment, packaging, shipment, and disposal for high-level, low-level, transuranic, and phosphogypsum wastes, and uranium-mill by: Radioactive Waste Disposal Into Atlantic and Gulf Coastal Waters; a Report From a Working Group of the Committee on Oceanography of the National Academy of Sciences-National Research Council. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: /