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BMBF - Joint Project

authors: Ustohalova, V. | Claus, M.
Year of publication: 05 / 2019

Presentation by Dr. Veronika Ustohalova & Manuel Claus, BIOPROTA meeting, Munich, 13. - 14.05.2019

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Response systems to risks and accidents of nuclear power plants

Challenges of the early phase after an accident

author: Ustohalova, V.
Year of publication: 11 / 2017

Presentation by Dr. Veronika Ustohalova at the "Seoul International Safety Forum", 23.11.2017

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Nuclear safety in crisis regions

Year of publication: 04 / 2017

To what extent are nuclear facilities at risk in crisis areas? Which factors are of relevance in this context? Are policy-makers, the media and society around the world aware of the threat – and do they dismiss it too easily? These are…

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Fukushima: five years on – FAQs

Year of publication: 03 / 2016

On 11 March 2011, at 2:46 p.m. local time (6.46 a.m. CET), an earthquake measuring 9 on the Richter scale hit the east coast of Japan. The quake caused a tsunami, with waves as high as 38 metres, which led to large-scale flooding and…

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Implementing Public Participation Approaches in Radioactive Waste Disposal - Deliverable 5.3

Lessons learnt from implementing participatory processes

authors: Ustohalova, V. | Kallenbach-Herbert, B.
Year of publication: 12 / 2013

The core aim of the IPPA project is the establishment of arenas where stakeholders can join together to increase their understanding of the issues involved in radioactive waste disposal and of their respective views. The project is not…

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Nuclear Decommissioning – Costs and risks

Presentation of the applied methodology and the results

authors: Schmidt, G. | Ustohalova, V.
Year of publication: 01 / 2013

The decommissioning of the shut down reactors in Bulgaria, Lithuania and Slowakia is financially supported by the European Commission and, according to the European Court of Auditors, is associated with serious delays and cost overruns.

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