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In Learn More the National Geographic magazine team shares some of its best sources and other information to expand your knowledge of our featured subjects. Special thanks to the Research Division.

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International Atomic Energy Agency
Awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 2005, this United Nations agency promotes the peaceful use of nuclear power for energy. The agency inspects nuclear facilities, helps countries upgrade safety systems, and coordinates international research and development projects.

Energy Information Administration
This U.S. government agency provides a variety of detailed energy statistics for nuclear power and other energy sources. Obtain historical data as well as forecasts on this site.

World Nuclear Association
Find information about nuclear power around the world from this association of nuclear energy companies.

Experimental Fusion Reactor
Learn about plans for a multinational fusion research project to be built in southeastern France.

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Hewitt, Geoffrey F., and John G. Collier. Introduction to Nuclear Power, 2nd ed. Taylor and Francis, 2000.

Osif, Bonnie A., Anthony J. Baratta, and Thomas W. Conkling. TMI 25 Years Later: The Three Mile Island Nuclear Power Plant Accident and Its Impact. Pennsylvania University Press, 2004.

NGS Resources

Mitchell, John G. "Tapping the Rockies." National Geographic (July 2005), 92-113.

Appenzeller, Tim, and Dennis R. Dimick. "The Heat Is On." National Geographic (September 2004), 2-11.

Glick, Daniel. "GeoSigns." National Geographic (September 2004), 12-33.

Montaigne, Fen. "EcoSigns." National Geographic (September 2004), 34-55.

Morell, Virginia. "TimeSigns." National Geographic (September 2004), 56-75.

Appenzeller, Tim. "The End of Cheap Oil." National Geographic (June 2004), 80-109.

Appenzeller, Tim. "The Case of the Missing Carbon." National Geographic (February 2004), 88-117.

Grupper, Jonathan. Destination: Rocky Mountains. National Geographic Books, 2001.

DeWitt, Lynda. "Going Without Gasoline: Kids Rally in Their Sun-Powered Car." National Geographic World (April 2000), 12-13.

Miller, Peter. "A Comeback for Nuclear Power? Our Electric Future." National Geographic (August 1991), 60-89.

Cobb, Charles E., Jr. "Living With Radiation." National Geographic (April 1989), 402-37.

Edwards, Mike W. "Chernobyl—One Year After." National Geographic (May 1987), 632-53.

White, Peter T. "The Fascinating World of Trash." National Geographic (April 1983), 424-57.

Matthews, Samuel W. "New World of the Ocean." National Geographic (December 1981), 792-832.

Gore, Rick. "Conservation: Can We Live Better on Less?" National Geographic (February 1981), 34-57.

Weaver, Kenneth F. "The Promise and Peril of Nuclear Energy." National Geographic (April 1979), 458-93.

Weaver, Kenneth. "Geothermal Energy: The Power of Letting Off Steam." National Geographic (October 1977), 566-79.

White, Peter T. "This Land of Ours—How Are We Using It?" National Geographic (July 1976), 20-67.

Freidel, Frank B., Jr. "The Atomic Age: Its Problems and Promises." National Geographic (January 1966), 66-119.