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Review and integration of existing literature concerning potential social impacts of transportation of radioactive materials in urban areas /
prepared by C. Gordon [and others] ; prepared for Engineering Standards, Office of Standards Development, U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission.

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Main Author: Gordon, Chad,
Related Names: Anderson, C. , author., Prichard, H. , author., Gessel, T. F. , author.
Language(s): English
Published: Springfield, Virginia. : National Technical Information Service.
Washington, D. C. : GPO Sales Program, Division of Technical Information and Document Control, U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission.
Washington, D. C. : Engineering Standards, Office of Standards Development, U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission, 1980.
Subjects: Radioactive substances > Radioactive substances / Transportation > Radioactive substances / Transportation / Safety measures.
Substances radioactives > Substances radioactives / Aspect social > Substances radioactives / Aspect social / ©ØEtats-Unis.
Substances radioactives > Substances radioactives / Transport > Substances radioactives / Transport / ©ØEtats-Unis.
Radioactive substances > Radioactive substances / Social aspects > Radioactive substances / Social aspects / United States.
Radioactive substances > Radioactive substances / Transportation > Radioactive substances / Transportation / United States > Radioactive substances / Transportation / United States / Safety measures.
United States.
Note: "SAND78-7017."
"NUREG/CR-0742."
"NRC FIN no. A1077."
"Date published: July 1980."
"University of Texas, School of Public Health."
"Rice University."
"Sandia National Laboratories."
Physical Description: 180 pages : illustrations ; 28 cm
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