Transport through Deep Aquifers of Transuranic Nuclides Leached from Vitrified High-Level Wastes
Methods for analysis of the safety of long term storage of waste from nuclear power production in the European Community are under study at the Joint Research Centre of Ispra (Italy) (1). The methodology developed for risk assessment of radioactive waste storage in geological formations is based on the quantitative evaluation of the barriers which are present or may be interposed between the waste and mankind.
KeywordsSoil Column Anion Resin Cation Resin Anionic Fraction Boom Clay
Unable to display preview. Download preview PDF.
- 1.F. Girardi, A. Avogadro, G. Bertozzi, M. d’Alessandro, F. Lanza and N. C. Murray, IAEA-SM-243/161, Int. Atomic Energy Agency, Vienna (1979).Google Scholar
- 2.A. Saltelli, A. Avogadro and G. Bertozzi, Proc. of NEA/CEC Workshop on the Migration of Long-lived Radionuclides in the Geosphere., Brussels 29–31 January 1979, OECD Nuclear Energy Agency Publications (1979).Google Scholar
- 3.A. Avogadro, C. N. Murray and A. De Plano, Proc. of NEA/CEC Workshop on the Migration of Long-lived Radionuclides in the Geosphere, Brussels 29–31 Janauary 1979, OECD Nuclear Energy Agency Publications (1979).Google Scholar
- 4.R. Heremans, CEN-Mol (Belgium), personal communication.Google Scholar
- 5.Yu. P. Davydov, Radioknimiya 9, 99–109 (1967).Google Scholar
- 7.I. E. Starck, et al., Radioknimiya 9, 109–118 (1967).Google Scholar
- 8.C. N. Murray, A. Avogadro and G. Lazzari, Proc. of 2nd Int. Symp. of Radioecology, Cadarache, France, 19–22 June (1979) (in press).Google Scholar