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More on uranium mining.

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You may wish to take a look at Dr. Gavin Mudd’s briefing paper, Uranium Mining: Australia and Globally.

This isn’t something that’s been written for the peer-reviewed academic science literature, but it provides a little more of a look into the kind of position that the author of the paper discussed yesterday is coming from.

You may also want to take a look at the “energyscience” organisation, hosting the above. It’s not difficult to see what kind of position they’re pushing.

(Aside: For the sake of impartiality, since I linked to the above, I might take the opportunity to include a link to as well.)

Written by Luke Weston

May 2, 2008 at 5:41 am