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Protection policy for Hawaii native wildlife during geothermal-energy development

Dates

Year
1986

Citation

Hannah, L., 1986, Protection policy for Hawaii native wildlife during geothermal-energy development: Environmental Management, v. 10, iss. 5, p. 611-621.

Summary

Support for a growth in nuclear power has been seen in China and the United States. Obstacles to further growth include cost, concerns about links to proliferation of nuclear weapons, public attitudes, how to handle nuclear waste, and workforce shortages. More than 20 countries are considering building nuclear power plants. Among new designs being considered are pebble-bed reactors and small reactors. Continued growth will require addressing the obstacles and continued safe operation of plants worldwide.

Contacts

Author :
Hannah, L.

Communities

  • Western Energy Citation Clearinghouse

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Type Scheme Key
DOI WECC []
ISSN WECC 0364-152X

Citation Extension

journalEnvironmental Management
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typePages
value611-621
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typeIssue
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citationTypeJournal Article

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