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Nuclear Nonproliferation: Stronger Planning and Evaluation Needed for Radiological Security Zone Pilot Project
Steve D. Morris (au)
U.S. and international security experts have raised concerns that certain types of radioactive material could be used to make a terrorist weapon, known as a radiological dispersal device or a ńˇýdirty bomb.ńˇŁ Such material, which is typically sealed in a metal capsule known as a sealed radiological source, is commonly used worldwide in medical and industrial settings. To help secure these sources, in 2012, the National Nuclear Security Administration (NNSA) began a radiological security zone (RSZ) pilot project in two countries. This study (1) examined current federal efforts to secure radiological sources in the U.S. and in foreign countries; and (2) assessed NNSA's efforts to plan for and establish an RSZ pilot project. Tables and figure. This is a print on demand report.
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