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This booklet offers a entire and built-in process towards fixing the ever starting to be challenge of soil and water illness by way of radioactive and chemical wastes from army amenities, guns industries, and guns garage. The authors mix idea and perform in particular illness examples. it is a monograph born out of a distinct mixture of craftsmanship and useful suggestion and is perfect for operators within the box of decontamination.

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18 O. ORLOV ET AL. 3m. Tree canopy P. 5m and mean diameter 22cm, and some Betula pubescens Ehrh. Undergrowth rarefied consisting of Frangula alnus Mill. Grass–dwarf-shrub layer total projective cover 60-75%, mainly Vaccinium myrtillus L. (50-60%), V. vitis-idaea (5-10%) and C. vulgaris (1-5%). Moss layer projective cover about 80-95% consisting of green mosses P. schreberi (40-50%) and D. polysetum (30-45%). Lichen layer epiphytic Hypogymnia physodes and Pseudoevernia furfuracea. Macromycetes layer including about 10 species, most commonly R.

Exposures from consumption of forest products, The radiological consequences of the Chernobyl accident: Proc. of the 1-st Intern. Conf. (Minsk, Belarus, 18-22 March, 1996), Luxembourg, pp. 271-281. , 1994. Dose formation of internal exposure according to the peculiarities of casium radionuclides transfer by food chain and efficiency of countermeasures, in: Belarus-Japan Symposium “Acute and Late Consequences of Nuclear Catastrophes: Hirosima-Nagasaki and Chernobyl” (Minsk, Belarus, October 35, 1994), Proceedings, Minsk, pp.

The standard error of specific activity was in the range 10-20%. Statistical analysis used the software package MS Excel. 4. Results and discussion To describe the spatial variability of density of 137Cs ground deposition in the forest ecosystem, a specific programme was focussed on an experimental plot in the Molinio-Pinetum ecosystem. 1m (Fig. 1). The lowest ground density of 137Cs was 111kBq/m2 (equivalent to 3Ci/km2) and the highest about 1000kBq/m2. 137Cs hotspots were distributed fairly uniformly over the plot, governed by the structure of the tree canopy.

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