Accidents cast shadow over Japan's nuclear strategy

Hadfield, Peter
March 1991
New Scientist;3/9/91, Vol. 129 Issue 1759, p15
Reports on the adverse impact of four nuclear accidents on the Japan's nuclear power industry. Overview of the nuclear accidents; Radioactive gas dissipated in the atmosphere; Concerns of the Japanese nuclear power industry.


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