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In situ recovery The term 'In situ recovery' as it applies to the area of nuclear science can be defined as ' One of the two primary recovery methods that are currently used to extract uranium from ore bodies where they are normally found underground (in other words, in situ), without physical excavation. Also known as “solution mining” or in situ leaching. For additional detail, see In Situ Recovery Facilities. '.
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