de Laka-catalogus

nr titel auteur datum
4.21.8.60/14 Critical Analyses of UNSCEAR report ”Levels and effects of radiation exposure due to the nuclear accident after the great-eastern-Japan earthquake and tsunami”PSR, IPPNW juni 2014
4.21.8.60/13 UNSCEAR 2013 Report: Levels and effects of radiation exposure due to the nuclear accident after the great-eastern-Japan earthquake and tsunami. Volume 1, scientific Annex A UNSCEAR maart 2014
4.11.0.00/01 Mongolia’s natural resources. Burdening or benefiting democracy? Both Ends, P.Jansen 2014
4.21.8.60/12 Annotated critique of the United Nations Scientific Committee on the Effects of Atomic Radiation (UNSCEAR) October 2013 Fukushima Report to the UN General Assembly PSR, IPPNW, MedAct oktober 2013
4.21.8.60/11 Fukushima Fallout. Nuclear business makes people pay and sufferGreenpeace februari 2013
4.21.8.60/10 The Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant accident. OECD/NEA nuclear safety respons and lessons learnt OECD, NEA 2013
4.21.8.60/09 Why Fukushima was preventableActon, M.Hibbs, Carnegie Papers maart 2012
4.21.8.60/05Lessons from Fukushima: Catalysing an energy revolutionGreenpeace, T.Morris-Suzuki, D.Boilley februari 2012
4.21.0.00/21TwitNoNukesSayonara Atom 2012
4.21.8.60/08 Official Report of the Fukushima Accident Independent Investigation Commission. Excecutive SummaryNational Diet of Japan 2012
4.21.8.60/07 Xenon-133 and Cesium-137 releases into the atmosphere from the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant: determination of the source term, atmospheric dispersion and dispositionA.Stohl, P.Seibert, G.Wotawa, D.Arnold, J.F.Burkhart, S.Eckhardt, C.Tapia, A.Vargas, T.J.Yasunari oktober 2011
4.17.0.00/07Onleesbare titel in het Zuid-Koreaans juli 2011
4.21.8.60/06 Technical lessons learned from the Fukushima Daiichi accident and possible corrective actions for the nuclear industry; an initial evaluation Center for Advanced Nuclear Energy Systems juli 2011
4.21.8.60/02Swich on, Imagination Now!Project Now!, A.Kaneyuki 2011
4.21.8.60/03What makes us: PoemsWakamatsu, Binard 2011
4.21.8.60/04Fukushima Melt down: The world’s first earthquake-tsunami-nuclear disasterTakashi Hirose 2011
4.03.3.10/05’Civil’ nuclear programme: serving the dual objectives of retaining the state’s hegemony on citizens’ basic energy needs and assuring supply of weapon grade ingredients: a case study on IndiaD.DeyI 2010
4.09.0.00/01 Burma: a nuclear Wannabe: Suspicious links to North Korea and high-tech procurements to enigmatic facilities: ISIS ReportISIS, D.Albright, P.Brannan 2010
4.35.0.00/01 OSC analysis: Kazakhstan – Opening up for nuclear collaboration oktober 2009
4.03.0.00/17 Half Life. Radioactive Waste in IndiaUpasana Choudry, Toxics Link maart 2009
4.03.0.00/18Green politics in India.S.P.Udayakumar, TSA oktober 2008
4.03.8.10/01 Science and global security Ch.4-Indias-fastbreederS.P.Udayakumar, Ramana, EPP, CICED september 2008
4.03.5.10/03 Caterpillar and the Mahua Flower. Tremors in India’s mining fieldsRakesh Kalshian, PANOS juni 2007
4.03.0.00/16 Costing plutonium: economics of reprocessing in IndiaRamana, J.Y.Suchitra april 2007
4.03.9.90/07 Haripur:Land for nuclear plant. maart 2007
4.02.7.10/05Deception Pakistan, USA and the secret trade in nuclear weaponsA.Levy, C.Scott-Clark 2007
4.02.7.10/06 Project Butter Factory. Henk Slebos and the A.Q.Khan nuclear networkFrank Slijper, CtW 2007
4.03.3.10/04Weapon Grade plutonium production potential in the Indian Prototype FBRGlaser, Ramana 2007
4.03.5.10/04Black magic of uranium at Jadugoda: Study on health status of indigenous people around Jadugoda Uranium Mines in IndiaIDPD, IPPNW, JOAR, S. Ur 2007
4.21.8.60/01Japans? kinderboek met onbekende titelYoshiko 2007