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I need information regarding high level nuclear waste storage and storage sites.



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To get started, look for these in your library, or ask your librarian how to get them through an inter-library loan:

Public Reactions to Nuclear Waste: Citizen's Views of Repository Siting. 1993, Duke University Press.

Civil Engineering, Volume 64 (March), 1994 "The Politics of Nuclear Waste Disposal" pages 56-58.

Public Reactions to Nuclear Power: Are There Critical Masses? 1983 by Bill Freudenburg and Eugene Rosa.

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