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Preferences for alternative risk management policies at the United States major nuclear weapons legacy sites



Preferences for alternative risk management policies at the United States major nuclear weapons legacy sites



Journal of Environmental Planning and Management 50(2): 187-209




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DOI: 10.1080/09640560601156441


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