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Published: Charlotta Sanders
Charlotta E. Sanders (Mechanical Engineering) and her husband, Mark Callis Sanders, are co-authors of a paper, "A World's Dilemma ‘Upon Which the Sun Never Sets’: The Nuclear Waste Management Strategy (part II): Russia, Asia and the Southern Hemisphere,” which has been accepted for publication in the journal Progress in Nuclear Energy. Part II is the continuation of a set of papers detailing nuclear waste management strategies from an international legal and technical perspective, and covers Argentina, Japan, and South Korea, as well as the BRICS family of nations (Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa). Part I, covering Western Europe and the United States was previously published in Progress in Nuclear Energy in 2016.
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