Czechs Attacked Over `Unsafe' Reactor

Rich, Vera
January 1991
New Scientist;1/12/91, Vol. 129 Issue 1751, p28
Comments on Austria's demands that Czechoslovakia shut down its nuclear power station at Jaslovske Bohunice. Growing Austrian opposition to Czechoslovakia's nuclear program; Reports of plutonium in sediments in the River Dudvah; Prior accidents at the plant; Austrian energy lobby's pressure for hydroelectric dams.


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