Australia’s  Nuclear  Archive  
A critical site of nuclear heritage  

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Australia is home to the world’s oldest continuous cultures, on Earth’s most stable and arid inhabited continent.

Australia also happens to contain one third of all known uranium: a material that produces waste which must be “isolated from people and their environment” for up to 30,000 generations. Australia is therefore a critical—yet heretofore neglected—site for understanding the nuclear fuel cycle as future cultural and environmental heritage.