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https://doi.org/10.5194/sand-1-289-2021
https://doi.org/10.5194/sand-1-289-2021
Conference Abstract
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10 Nov 2021
Conference Abstract |  | 10 Nov 2021

Long-term storage of information about nuclear waste. 100 000 years and beyond

Martin Kunze

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In the 20th century, intertwined with the topic of final nuclear repository, the ethical requirement was debated to WARN about the danger of radioactive radiation. In the meantime, a narrative is beginning to gain acceptance that postulates that a repository should be described in terms of content and location in such a way that future generations/cultures/civilisations are capable to assess the nature of the deposited material stored deep below.