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  • INVESTIGATIONS ON THE POPULATIONS OF INTRODUCED AND RESIDENT MICROORGANISMS IN DEEP REPOSITORIES AND THEIR EFFECTS ON CONTAINMENT OF RADIOACTIVE WASTES

Abstract

The present study has sought to establish basic facts concerning the importance of microbial presence in a radioactive waste repository. These are: (1) establishing the presence of microbes in relevant geological formations; (2) defining the importance of isolated groups to radioactive waste containment;

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Authors: WEST J M, BRITISH GEOLOGICAL SURVEY, KEYWORTH (UK);NAPIER COLLEGE, EDINBURGH (SCOTLAND);ARME S C, BRITISH GEOLOGICAL SURVEY, KEYWORTH (UK);NAPIER COLLEGE, EDINBURGH (SCOTLAND);CRISTOFI N, BRITISH GEOLOGICAL SURVEY, KEYWORTH (UK);NAPIER COLLEGE, EDINBURGH (SCOTLAND);PHILP J C BRITISH GEOLOGICAL SURVEY, KEYWORTH (UK), BRITISH GEOLOGICAL SURVEY, KEYWORTH (UK);NAPIER COLLEGE, EDINBURGH (SCOTLAND);NAPIER COLLEGE, EDINBURGH (SCOTLAND), BRITISH GEOLOGICAL SURVEY, KEYWORTH (UK);NAPIER COLLEGE, EDINBURGH (SCOTLAND)
Bibliographic Reference: EUR 10405 EN (1986) FS, 62 P., BFR 250, EUROFFICE, LUXEMBOURG, POB 1003
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Record Number: 1989124108500 / Last updated on: 1987-01-01
Category: PUBLICATION
Available languages: en