By Michael R. Greenberg, Bernadette M. West, Karen W. Lowrie, Henry J. Mayer
A necessary reference for newshounds, activists, and scholars, this ebook provides scientifically exact and available overviews of 24 of crucial concerns within the nuclear realm, together with: future health results, nuclear defense and engineering, TMI and Chernobyl, nuclear medication, meals irradiation, delivery of nuclear fabrics, spent gas, nuclear guns, worldwide warming.Each "brief" relies on interviews with named scientists, engineers, or directors in a nuclear strong point, and every has been reviewed by way of a group of self sufficient specialists. the target isn't to make a case for or opposed to nuclear-related applied sciences, yet particularly to supply definitive history details. (The process relies on that of The Reporter's Environmental instruction manual, released in 1988, which gained a unique award for journalism from the Sigma Delta Chi Society journalists.)Other positive factors of the ebook comprise: a thesaurus of hundreds of thousands of phrases, an advent to threat overview, environmental and financial affects, and public perceptions, an editorial by means of an skilled reporter with techniques approximately the right way to hide nuclear concerns, speedy publications to the background of nuclear strength within the usa, very important federal laws and laws, nuclear place statements, and key agencies, print and digital assets.
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The organization has public relations officers available 24 hours a day and usually provides quick responses. It is considered the industry spokesman on Capitol Hill. org). org) offer a global perspective. org) is a watchdog group based in Cambridge, Massachusetts, and has members of its Washington office tracking nuclear issues on Capitol Hill. Chief among them is David Lochbaum, a nuclear safety engineer who is widely quoted in the press because of his training in the industry. It is one of the leading groups in the watchdog community.
While the estimates may vary, the important thing to remember about nuclear plants is that the old phrase “Time is money” is extremely pertinent to them. It’s why utilities fight hard to shave time off refueling outages—events that happen every 18 to 24 months, depending on the grade of uranium in the fuel rods. It once was unthinkable that reactors could be refueled in less than 30 days. Utilities now strive for that as a goal. The “Time is money” concept also is why the busiest time at a nuclear plant isn’t when it is operating at capacity.
A condition report, for example, is 32 | The Reporter’s Handbook: Getting Started document at the worker level—a tip, if you will—that something is amiss and should be checked out. An unusual event is just what it sounds like: something out of the ordinary. But it’s an event reported by the utility, not so much an ongoing condition. A generic letter is something the NRC issues on occasion—not with any great frequency, though—when it has reason if there is the potential for an industry-wide problem to address.
The Reporter’s Handbook on Nuclear Materials, Energy, and Waste Management by Michael R. Greenberg, Bernadette M. West, Karen W. Lowrie, Henry J. Mayer