E-Book Nukes for Novices: Understanding the Nuclear Industry Environmental Science Nuclear Power Nuclear History/Politics/Medicine
Author JoAn Alderman Saltzen, Ph.D. has spent twenty years compiling the research upon which this book is based and has presented a comparative analysis of the nuclear industry in the United States, England, and France at two international conferences.
Table of Contents:
Chapter One – Why Nukes?
Chapter Two – Hanford: From Atomic Bombs to Radioactive Dump
Chapter Three – Proliferation and Politics in the Nuclear World
Chapter Four – The Cost of Nuclear Waste: More Dollars than Sense
Chapter Five – Environmental Fallout: Climate Change and Nuclear Waste
Chapter Six – Radiation and Cancer: Remedy or Risk?
Chapter Seven – Radioactive Medical Waste
Chapter Eight – Fukushima and Beyond
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