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R. Alvarez, J. Beyea, K. Janberg, J. Kang, E. Lyman, A. Macfarlane, G. Thompson, and F. von Hippel, (2003) Reducing the hazards from stored spent power reactor fuel in the United States, Science and Global Security, 11, 1-51.
Peter Hayes, “Nuclear terrorism risks in Northeast Asia: Japan’s reactor restart and spent fuel“,
NAPSNet Special Reports, March 23, 2015, http://nautilus.org/napsnet/napsnet-special-reports/nuclear-terrorism-risks-in-northeast-asia-japans-reactor-restart-and-spent-fuel/
Advisory Committee on Nuclear Security, Strengthening of Japan’s Nuclear Security Measures, Japan Atomic Energy Commission, March 9, 2012, http://www.nsr.go.jp/archive/nc/kettei120309.pdf.
Frank von Hippel, “Two problems: 1) Accumulation of weapon-usable plutonium 2) Spent fuel pool safety One solution: Dry cask storage.” Program on Science and Global Security, Princeton University and International Panel on Fissile Materials Diet Energy Research Committee Tokyo, 18 June 2015.