This category is for sites concerned with the criticality accident that happened on September 30, 1999 in the Tokaimura nuclear fuel processing plant, Japan, when a combination of human errors and breaches of the approved safety guidelines resulted in a limited uncontrolled nuclear chain reaction, or nuclear criticality, triggering the emission of radiation and the release of radioactive material into the air in the facility.
Collection of articles on the accident from the New York Times. Examines the effect of the accident on public opinion and governmental policy.
Chronological analysis and survey by the Institute for Science and International Security. Includes links to news reports.
Research conducted by freshman seminar students about the causes, health and environmental effects of the accident.
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