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CGS has an Earthquake Reference Collection (ERC) which contains more than 500 references to earthquakes and faulting within the state, some rather hard to find in most libraries. The collection can be visited in our office at 1313 Sherman Street by appointment.  To access the ERC bibliography and those publications that are offered online as PDFs, use the options below.

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Result of type: documentUranium
… a problem as more nuclear plants are built around the world, as world supplies become more constrai …
Result of type: documentElectricity
Nuclear- Colorado had a short-lived experience with nuclear-fueled, electric generation.
Result of type: documentRockTalk - Uranium-Its Hot!! Volume 9 Number 2
… twice as much nuclear power as any other country in the world, an amount equal to 30 percent of the …
Result of type: documentMI 25.pdf
Nuclear Power.
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… fossil fuels and nuclear.
Result of type: documentPriorities
Screening and characterizing sites for toxic and nuclear waste disposal
Result of type: documentEARTHQUAKES INDUCED BY FLUID INJECTIONS AND EXPLOSIONS-HEALY AND OTHERS 1970.pdf
… of an underground nuclear explosion in Nevada have been carefully studied and some features of thei …
Result of type: documentChina and India’s Ravenous Appetite for Natural Resources― Their Potential Impact on Colorado
… new plants by 2020 NUCLEAR- U.S. The last nuclear power plant came on line in 1996 Since then has U …
Result of type: documentColorado Energy Budget
… for ethanol, and nuclear)
Result of type: documentNational Coal Statistics
Japan's coal use increased after the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear accident in 2011.

 

 

 

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