Family Bunker Plans
Earth-mounded concrete bunkers (EMCB), a combination of trenches and vaults, are being strongly considered by many of the new state disposal sites mandated by Congress. EMCB disposal technology involves isolating low-level radioactive waste in an engineered vault located above or below the natural grade of the site. A multilayer, engineered earthen cover is positioned over the vault to provide an additional barrier. Depending on the design, Class A, B, or C wastes can be stored in these structures.
When MSW is removed from one side of a storage bunker at an MSW combustion facility, the waste on the other side generally does not fall into the vacated space. This characteristic allows the side on which trucks dump waste be kept relatively empty during the hours when the facility receives waste.
C. (1994). Additions and revisions to the checklist of fishes of the Capricorn-Bunker Group Great Barrier Reef Australia. Technical Memoir GBRMPA-TM-19, Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority, Townsville. Russell, B. C. (1983). 'Annotated checklist of the coral reef fishes in the Capricorn-Bunker Group Great Barrier Reef Australia.' Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority. Special Publication No. 1.
Green turtles nest on the Capricorn-Bunker islands and on the cays of the outer barrier from the Swain Reefs north to Princess Charlotte Bay. Loggerheads (Fig. 29.1C) nest on the cays of the Swain Reefs and Capricorn-Bunker islands as well as on beaches of the adjacent Queensland coast. Hawksbills lay their eggs mostly on the cays of the inner shelf north to Princess Charlotte Bay. The flatback has a restricted nesting area on the inshore continental islands between Gladstone and Mackay, and leatherbacks lay their eggs on the mainland coast just south of Bundaberg. The olive
Only three species of seagrass, all in the genus Halophila, are present in the Bunker-Capricorn Groups at the southern end of the GBR (H. capricorni, H. decipiens and H. spinulosa). Further north, seagrasses are both more numerous in terms of species (all the species in the Key (14) may be represented in a fairly small area) and they are more conspicuous. Further information is available in Additional reading.
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