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The nuclear accident at the Fukushima Daichii power plant will have consequences for the future of nuclear power in Japan and elsewhere. To get a better idea of the world’s current tally of nuclear reactors, I’ve created a map of the world’s nuclear power plants and reactors – the maps are based on a database kindly supplied to me by staff at the International Atomic Energy Agency’s (IAEA) Power Reactor Information System (PRIS) database, so it’s reliable, and up-to-date. The database, however, lacked latitude and longitude data — I obtained many of these by doing a database merge with the older UNEP-GRID reactor database which contain data on reactors up to the year 2000, and then geocoded the remaining entries lacking coordinate data. - Based on the work of Declan Butler

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Nuclear Power Energy Waste

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http://climateviewer.org/layers/geojson/2018/Nuclear-Reactors-Light-Water-Graphite-ClimateViewer-3D.geojson


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https://climateviewer.com/nuclear-reactor-map/


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Jim Lee, ClimateViewer News

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