By François Diaz-Maurin, August 31, 2018
The West Lake Landfill Superfund Site, circa 2014. Photo by: Kqueirolomce
The failure of experts and lay people to understand one another has fueled conflict around the clean-up of many sites contaminated by the US nuclear weapons program.
Read more: Chronic long-term risk of low-level radiation exposure: Bridging the lay/expert divide
Issue: Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists Volume 74 Issue 5
Keywords: Superfund site, environmental clean-up, mill tailings, nuclear weapons production, radioactive waste, radiotoxic
François Diaz-Maurin is a nuclear security visiting scholar at the Center for International Security and Cooperation (CISAC) at Stanford University and a European Commission Marie Sklo...
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