1) I'm not exactly sure... but I think at first, when authorities were called to the site, there were no major announcements and it was assumed to be a typical fire/accident? Then, later on, as people nearby got sick, official orders of evacuation were sent out? 2) Typically, the plant is first shut down, and then the individual parts are removed and taken apart (reactor vessels, steam generators, etc.) Then, waste can be dealt with in several ways. Entombment involves restricting the radioactive waste/material onsite, then building thick cement/similar material walls surrounding it to trap radioactive materials within until dismantling can safely happen. Also, wastes can be shipped to remote sites to be externally treated and disposed of. 3) Yucca Mountain, Nevada
Seems correct to me. Your turn!Driving cars can add to tropospheric ozone formation due to the incomplete burning of fuels. Interesting fact, laser printers can produce ozone too. But the reason ozone formation is the highest during the day is sunlight aka UV is required to start the reaction between VOCs and Nitrogen Oxides.
1. Patch characteristics (size, landscape features, etc) and 2. Gene flow (mobility + biodiversity) ??
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