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(2020) Niche Partitioning of Microbial Communities at an Ancient Vitrified Hillfort: Implications for Vitrified Radioactive Waste Disposal

Plymale A, Pearce C, Wells J, Brislawn C, Graham E, Cheeke T, Allen J, Danna V, Weaver J, McCloy J, Sjöblom R, Hjärthner-Holdar E, Englund M, Ogenhall E, Peeler D & Kruger A


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Submitted by Juliet Swanson on Sunday 21st June 21:10
Fascinating! Who came up with the realization that an ancient Viking hill fort would be a good analog for vitrified waste?

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