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Microbial Effects on Repository\ud Performance

By Paul Humphreys, J. M. West and R. Metcalfe

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This report presents a critical review of the international literature on microbial effects\ud in and around a deep geological repository for higher activity wastes. It is aimed at\ud those who are familiar with the nuclear industry and radioactive waste disposal, but\ud who are not experts in microbiology; they may have a limited knowledge of how\ud microbiology may be integrated into and impact upon radioactive waste disposal\ud safety cases and associated performance assessments (PA)

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Publisher: UK NDA
Year: 2010
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