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High Country News December 11, 1981

Uranium tomorrow

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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.

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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.

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