TITLE

US hedges its bets on nuclear tests

AUTHOR(S)
Charles, Dan
PUB. DATE
December 1990
SOURCE
New Scientist;12/15/90, Vol. 128 Issue 1747, p23
SOURCE TYPE
Periodical
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Announces that U.S. government researchers have unveiled a portable sensor designed to monitor an international nuclear test ban. How the U.S. is against strict bans on nuclear testing; Network of seismic monitoring stations in the Soviet Union and the U.S; Use of remote sensing devices; Consideration of the 1963 partial test ban treaty; Parliamentarians for Global Action support test ban.
ACCESSION #
9012311559

 

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