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Geologic waste isolation systems currently under consideration for long term containment of high-level radioactive waste is based on a set of sequential barriers to release of radionuclides. Recently, Klingsberg and Duguid and Pigford have reviewed in detail the multiple-barrier disposal concept. These barriers are the waste form, canister, buffer, overpack, backfill and geologic media. Each of these barriers acts to retard ground water penetration to the repository as well as migration of radionuclides to the biosphere.
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