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April 11 2013

Uranium and Nuclear Power: the Role of Exploration Information in Framing Public Policy



Charles F. Mason from the University of Wyoming investigates the dynamics of an increased demand for uranium following an expansion of total nuclear capacity installed. While this demand will be partially satisfied by expanding production from existing deposits, there will undoubtedly be pressure to find and develop new deposits quite rapidly. Looking forward to the potential expansion in demand for uranium, it is important that society be mindful about past mistakes. In particular, Charles F. Mason warns that policies may induce levels of industrial activity failing to fully capture all potential social gains.


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