TENDENCIES OF USE OF THE TERM «RETRIEVABLY»
The term «retrievably» is normally little used and occupies the 130.937
position in our list of most widely used terms in the English dictionary
10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «RETRIEVABLY»
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Environmental Radioactivity from Natural, Industrial & ...
This post-1970 waste is called "retrievably stored TRU." TRU waste is further
categorized as "contact-handled" and "remote-handled," according to the
external dose rate from the package. Packages exceeding 2 mSv h"1 at the
surface are ...
Merrill Eisenbud, Thomas F. Gesell, 1997
Research Opportunities for Managing the Department of ...
Table B.3 shows the relative magnitude of retrievably stored and pond residue
wastes in each of the five categories described in the sidebar. The retrievably
stored MLLW, the pond residues, and the previously buried MLLW or pond waste
Committee on Long-Term Research Needs for Managing Transuranic and Mixed Wastes at Department of Energy Sites, National Research Council, Division on Earth and Life Studies, 2002
Advances in Imaging Technology Research and Application: ...
The true value of such data will only be fulfilled if systems and methods for
retrievably storing and analyzing data are developed. “Thus, there is a continuing
need for improved staining processes for producing a microCT image, systems
Integrated Data Base for ...: Spent Fuel and Radioactive ...
2 Summary of as-generated waste-form volumes (m3) of retrievably stored and
projected CH TRUW (mixed and nonmixed CH TRUW) 3-8 3.3 Summary of as-
generated waste-form volumes (m3) of retrievably stored and projected RH
Hanford Site Solid (Radioactive and Hazardous) Waste ...
Transportation Impacts of Altemative 1 — TRU Waste, Number of Fatalities
Radiological Incident-free (LCFs) Non-radiological Traffic Emissions waste
stream Crew Fatalities (LCFs) WRA P Retrievably Stored Drums in Trenches 1.2
Nuclear Wastes: Technologies for Separations and Transmutation
Since 1970, the TRU wastes were stored retrievably to be subsequently disposed
of in the WIPP facility. In 1990, approximately 191,000 m3 of buried TRU
containing approximately 800 kg of transuranic elements was located at Hanford,
Committee on Separations Technology and Transmutation Systems, Commission on Geosciences, Environment and Resources, Division on Earth and Life Studies, 1996
Characterization of Remote-Handled Transuranic Waste for the ...
The committee's interim report discussed the RH-TRU waste inventory using
DOE's initial distinction between “Retrievably Stored Waste” and “Newly
Generated Waste” (NRC, 2001 b). Retrievably stored waste is any waste
produced after ...
Committee on the Characterization of Remote-Handled Transuranic Waste for the Waste Isolation Pilot Plant, Division on Earth and Life Studies, Board on Radioactive Waste Management, 2002
Radioactive Waste Streams: Waste Classification for Disposal
DOE distinguishes “retrievably stored” transuranic waste from “newly generated”
waste. Waste buried prior to 1970 is considered irretrievable and will remain
buried in place. Since 1970, transuranic waste has been packaged (e.g., metal ...
A Short History of the British Empire during the year 1794
It appears that the origi-' nal scheme and opportunity of succouring" the Royalists,
whilst it Was feasible, had been' by the delay or neglect 'of Minifiers now ir- ' . .
retrievably ' retrievably lost. His Lordship had kept himself in constant ...
Francis PLOWDEN (LL.D.), 1795
Nuclear Waste Cleanup Technologies and Opportunities
5.5 STORAGE AND DISPOSAL OF TRANSURANIC (TRU) DEFENSE WASTE
Prior to 1970, transuranic waste was disposed of in the same manner as low-
level waste—by shallow land burial; since 1970, however, it has been retrievably
5 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «RETRIEVABLY»
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My favourite Cannes winner: Paris, Texas
... from one's last viewing. Cannes has rewarded many a great film, but none that is quite so permanently, ever-retrievably embedded in my sense memory. «The Guardian, Apr 15»
How to define your recovery time objectives
On a slow news day an organizational incident could be number one item in the news and the company's reputation may be retrievably damaged; while on ... «Continuity Central, Feb 15»
Nuclear waste facility in political and environmental limbo
“It's eroding slowly, but we could have big incidences where more could come… we cannot wait for this stuff to leak out, it has to be dug up and stored retrievably ... «WRVO Public Media, Apr 14»
Fill in the Blanks: Using Math to Turn Lo-Res Datasets Into Hi-Res …
The world produces untold petabytes of data every day — data that we'd like to see packed away securely, efficiently, and retrievably. At present, most of our ... «Wired News, Feb 10»
Introducing an electronic blood-tracking system
This information must then be stored retrievably for 30 years. The response to government guidelines on traceability was primarily addressed by paper trail. «Nursing Times, Feb 08»