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   dcterms:title "Fort Calhoun Nuclear Station Flood"^^xsd:string;
   gcis:hasCaption "Floodwaters from the Missouri River surround the Omaha Public Power District’s Fort Calhoun Station, a nuclear power plant just north of Omaha, Nebraska, on June 20, 2011. The flooding was the result of runoff from near-record snowfall totals and record-setting rains in late May and early June. A protective berm holding back the floodwaters from the plant failed, which prompted plant operators to transfer offsite power to onsite emergency diesel generators. Cooling for the reactor temporarily shut down, but spent fuel pools were unaffected. <em>From Figure 22.5, Ch. 22: N. Great Plains (Photo credit: Harry Weddington, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers).</em>"^^xsd:string;
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