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The Nuclear Energy Option: An Alternative for the 90's

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The Nuclear Energy Option: An Alternative for the 90's
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Publisher: Plenum Press
ISBN/ASIN: 0306435675
ISBN-13: 9780306435676
Number of pages: 338

Description:
University of Pittsburgh physicist Cohen provides accessible, scientifically sound risk analyses of the energy options that he believes must be exercised in the next 10 years. This update of his work on public energy policy stands opposed to the stack of recent greenhouse effect-oriented titles by proposing more nuclear power plants (including fuel reprocessing plants) as statistically the safest, most environmentally sound solution.

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