Spent Nuclear Fuel Dry Cask Storage – SOS +

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Baby Sea Lions by Eric Boerner NOAA
Baby California Sea Lions by Eric Boerner-NOAA ca 2007
Dry Storage SNF SOS Donna Gilmore 17 May 2015
San Onofre Nuclear Generating Station (SONGS) compared to Chernobyl

Areas one to two thousand miles away (UK and Scandinavia) remain highly contaminated by Chernobyl almost 30 years on, even though the half-life of Cesium 137 is 30 years. One curie is 37 billion becquerels (radioactive disintegrations-emissions per second).
San Onofre Cesium 137 vs. Chernobyl by Donna Gilmore SanOnofreSafety
Dry Storage of Spent Nuclear Fuel Problems and Solutions", by Donna Gilmore SanOnofreSafety.org, May 17, 2015 , p. 2
Dry Storage of Spent Nuclear Fuel Problems and Solutions", by Donna Gilmore SanOnofreSafety.org, May 17, 2015 , p. 4
Dry Storage of Spent Nuclear Fuel Problems and Solutions", by Donna Gilmore SanOnofreSafety.org, May 17, 2015 , p. 5
Dry Storage of Spent Nuclear Fuel Problems and Solutions", by Donna Gilmore SanOnofreSafety.org, May 17, 2015 , p. 6
Dry Storage of Spent Nuclear Fuel Problems and Solutions", by Donna Gilmore SanOnofreSafety.org, May 17, 2015 , p. 7
From “Dry Storage of Spent Nuclear Fuel Problems and Solutions“, by Donna Gilmore SanOnofreSafety.org, May 17, 2015 https://sanonofresafety.files.wordpress.com/2011/11/dry-cask-storagedgilmore2015may17a.pdf (With the exception of the baby sea lions, all images above this point, including Chernobyl vs SONGS graph are from Donna Gilmore of SOS. Chernobyl commentary our own. There are a total of 45 important slides found at the above link, including a good pic of Gorleben, above ground, interim storage in Germany.)

Germany, Switzerland, Japan and probably everyone else except the USA have their interim dry casks INSIDE. As seen below, comparison…

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