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49.1 - Geographies of Nuclear Energy

Special Issue– Geographies of Nuclear Energy in Past and Present. International Studies. (Alicia Gutting, Per Högselius, Teva Meyer & Melanie Mbah)
Contributions
  • Christopher R. Hill & Saima Nakuti Ashipala“Follow the Yellowcake Road”: Historical Geographies of Namibian Uranium from the Rössing Mine. [abstract]
  • Michiel Bron: The Uranium Club: Big Oil’s Involvement in Uranium Mining and the Formation of an Infamous Uranium Cartel. [abstract]
  • Matteo Gerlini: Nuclear Settlers in a European Land? The Making of Centre Commune de Recherche in Ispra. [abstract]
  • Alicia Gutting & Per Högselius: Nuclearized River Basins: Conflict and Cooperation along the Rhine, Danube, and Elbe. [abstract]
  • Christian Götter: Accepted to Cool: Conflicts about Cooling Technologies for Riverside Nuclear Power Plants. [abstract]
  • Louis Fagon: Who Is Affected? Defining Nuclear Territories and Their Borders: A Historical Perspective on the Nuclearization of the Rhône River from the 1970s to the 1990s. [abstract]
  • Jan-Henrik Meyer: Nuclear Power and Geography: How the European Communities Failed to Regulate the Siting of Nuclear Installations at Borders in the 1970s and 1980s. [abstract]
  • Melanie Mbah & Sophie Kuppler: Governing Nuclear Waste in the Long Term: On the Role of Place. [abstract]
  • Teva Meyer: Bordering Nuclearity: Very Low-level Radioactive Wastes’ Clearance and the Production of Spatial Nuclearities in Germany. [abstract]