Dounreay: Still hot after all these years

Edwards, Rob
November 1994
New Scientist;11/26/94, Vol. 144 Issue 1953, p4
Reports on the radioactive contamination of the foreshore next to the Dounreay Nuclear Power Plant in Scotland. Investigations by the Committee on the Medical Aspects of Radiation in the Environment (COMARE) and the Radioactive Waste Management Advisory Committee (RWMAC); Radiation monitoring results on the Dounreay foreshore; Specific incidents that could have spread radioactive particles in the site.


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