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Uranium tomorrow

December 11, 1981

Many domestic uranium producers fear that even if the market revived, a flood of foreign uranium could smother the future of the domestic industry.

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Uranium tomorrow
Many domestic uranium producers fear that even if the market revived, a flood of foreign uranium could smother the future of the domestic industry.
Dickenson: Old parks hand survives D.C. turmoil
National Parks Service head Russell Dickenson copes with the unwelcome political interference that has edged into the agency during the past decade.

News

Cabin Creek mine scares Glacier Park
A proposed open-pit mine that would produce two million tons of coal a year in Cabin Creek, British Columbia, may pose a serious threat to fish, wildlife, water and air quality in Glacier National Park.