Bikini and Eniwetok: Repaying Old Debts

Pincus, Walter
May 1975
New Republic;5/17/75, Vol. 172 Issue 20, p11
Focuses on the effect of nuclear testing on the condition of Island Bikini Atoll and Eniwetok. Demolishment of one island from the islands in Bikini Atoll after the hydrogen bomb test; Loss of trees and habitats by nuclear testing in Eniwetok; Selection of Eniwetok for a series of nuclear tests design to develop nuclear weapons; Plan for the radiological survey to rebuild the Bikini Atoll.


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