An evaluation of domestic nuclear reactor facility security in the post September 11 environment: perspectives from the national, state, and site-specific levels
"This research, developed as a comprehensive white paper, examines security at nuclear reactor facilities in the United States by incorporating a model that has both global and local applications within the national infrastructure of relevance to security. Rather than analyze threats from the perspective of a given installation, the current research attempts to examine these threats by scrutinizing the national and state-wide infrastructures within which a given installation operates. A methodology is presented to describe a framework for security policy within this infrastructure on both global and local platforms."--Abstract, page iii.
Nuclear Engineering and Radiation Science
M.S. in Nuclear Engineering
University of Missouri--Rolla
xii, 209 pages
© 2004 Tracia Lynn West, All rights reserved.
Thesis - Citation
Nuclear reactors -- Security measures -- United States
Nuclear industry -- Security measures -- United States
Nuclear power plants -- Security measures -- United States
Nuclear facilities -- Security measures -- United States
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West, Tracia Lynn, "An evaluation of domestic nuclear reactor facility security in the post September 11 environment: perspectives from the national, state, and site-specific levels" (2004). Masters Theses. 2490.
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