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Turning a Problem into a Resource: Remediation and Waste Management at the Sillamäe Site, Estonia

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    Book Overview
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    Chapter 1 Industrial Complex in Northeast Estonia: Technical, Economic and Environmental Aspects
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    Chapter 2 Uranium Processing at Sillamäe and Decommissioning of the Tailings
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    Chapter 3 Sillamäe-A Common Baltic Concern
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    Chapter 4 Master Plan for Remediation of the Sillamäe Tailings Pond and Technical Design Project
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    Chapter 5 Site Monitoring
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    Chapter 6 Stability of the Dam at the Sillamäe Tailings Pond
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    Chapter 7 Process Flow Sheet
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    Chapter 8 Rare Earth Production at the Sillamäe Plant, 1969–1991 and the Possibility of Scandium Extraction from Loparite
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    Chapter 9 Indoor Occupational Exposure to Radiation at the Silmet Plant in Estonia
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    Chapter 10 Remediation of the Former Uranium Mine Ranstad
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    Chapter 11 Remediation of Tailings Dams
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    Chapter 12 Remediation Concepts for Uranium Mining Operations in CEEC
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    Chapter 13 Wismut Experience in Remediation of Uranium Mill Tailings Ponds
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    Chapter 14 Post-Remediation Monitoring and Maintenance Experience at Uranium Mill Tailings Sites, United States
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    Chapter 15 Current State of Remediation of Tailings Ponds and Their Surroundings in Hungary
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    Chapter 16 The Environmental Impact of Former Uranium Mining Activities at the Novoveska Huta Site, Slovakia
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    Chapter 17 A “Heritage” from Uranium Mining in Poland
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    Chapter 18 A Field Study of Capillary and Hydraulic Barriers in Landfill Covers Varying in Slope at Los Alamos, New Mexico, USA
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    Chapter 19 Estonian Radiation Protection Requirements and the Sillamäe Site
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    Chapter 20 Legal Responsibility and Liability for the Sillamäe Site
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    Chapter 21 Regulations and Requirements—Swedish Approach
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    Chapter 22 Nordic Experience with Environmental Regulations
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    Chapter 23 Outline of a Multiattribute Utility Approach to Development of a Waste Management Strategy at Sillamäe
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    Chapter 24 The Potential for Economic Recovery of Metals from the Sillamäe Site
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    Chapter 25 Oil Shale Ash: Its Characterization and Possible Use in Remediation at the Sillamäe Site
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    Chapter 26 Types of Oil Shale Ash and Methods for Increasing their Reactivity
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    Chapter 27 Utilization of Semi-Coke for Energy Production
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    Chapter 28 Magnetic Separation for Rare Earth Oxide Recovery at Sillamä, Estonia
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    Chapter 29 Purification and Utilization of Waste Waters from Silmet Plant Containing Ammonium Salts
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    Chapter 30 New Approaches for the Treatment of Naturally Occurring Radioactive Materials
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    Chapter 31 Ash Cements Stabilized by Supercritical Co 2 Carbonation for Tailings Pond Overlayer
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    Chapter 32 A Novel Chemical Nitrate Destruction Process
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Turning a Problem into a Resource: Remediation and Waste Management at the Sillamäe Site, Estonia
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Springer Netherlands, January 2000
DOI 10.1007/978-94-011-4092-8
978-0-7923-6187-9, 978-9-40-114092-8, 978-0-7923-6186-2

Cheryl K. Rofer, Tönis Kaasik

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Student > Ph. D. Student 2 50%
Other 1 25%
Student > Doctoral Student 1 25%
Lecturer > Senior Lecturer 1 25%
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Business, Management and Accounting 1 25%
Social Sciences 1 25%
Chemistry 1 25%
Engineering 1 25%