Ukraine, 12 years after

Marples, David
July 1998
Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists;Jul/Aug1998, Vol. 54 Issue 4, p15
Comments on the effect of the nuclear plant disaster at Chernobyl in April 1986, on the nuclear power industry in Ukraine. Difficulties the nuclear power industries in Russia and Ukraine experience since the unification of the Soviet Union; Plans to down Chernobyl permanently; Discussion about reviving Chernobyl's Unit 2; Description of the Ukraine nuclear industry.


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