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by Michail I. Balonov,Steven E. Mervin

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Reference: Fuel and Energy Abstracts, 36 (1), . 8, Jan 1995. doi: 1. 016/0140-6701(95)96073-2

Reference: Fuel and Energy Abstracts, 36 (1), . 016/0140-6701(95)96073-2. Keywords: Abstract. he population after the Chernobyl accident; Biological dosimetr. yndrome in victims of the Chernobyl accident; and the Thyroid cancer in children of the Belarus Republic after the Chernobyl accident.

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The papers in this Volume 1 of a series, discuss studies initiated following the nuclear reactor accident at the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant Unit 4. All authored by scientists of the former Soviet Union

The papers in this Volume 1 of a series, discuss studies initiated following the nuclear reactor accident at the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant Unit 4. All authored by scientists of the former Soviet Union. Included in Volume 1 are considerations of the internal and external radiation doses received by the inhabitants of the regions recording the highest levels of radioactive contamination (the republics of Russia, Belarus, and Ukraine). Also included are three papers presenting data and analysis pretaining to actual and potential health effects from the accident.

Volume 1. Doses to the Soviet population and early health effects studies. Steven E Merwin, Michael I. Balonov

Volume 1. Balonov. The papers in this Volume 1 of a series, discuss studies initiated following the nuclear reactor accident at the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant Unit 4. All authored by scientists of the former Sovie. More). Population doses in Russia from plutonium fallout following the Chernobyl accident. Nathalia Ivanova, N. S. Shvydko, Eduard B. Ershov, Michael I.

The Chernobyl Papers. Chemical and radiological toxicities have already been discussed throughout several chapters in this book (nerve gases, radiological toxicity)

The Chernobyl Papers. Chemical and radiological toxicities have already been discussed throughout several chapters in this book (nerve gases, radiological toxicity). Therefore, only applicable classes of chemical and radiological agents are out- lined here. Consequently, this chapter elaborates on the mechanisms of pre- viously unclassified pathogenic agents and their toxic biological products, some of which only recently have been identified as potential toxic terrorist threats.

Balonov MI, Travnikova IG (1993) Importance of diet and protective actions on internal dose from Cs radionuclides in inhabitants of the Chernobyl region. In: Mervin SE, Balonov MI (eds) The Chernobyl Papers, vol 1, Doses to the Soviet population and early health effects studies. 2. Erkin V, Wallström E, Wöhni T (1994) External doses from Chernobyl fall-out: individual dose measurements in the Brjansk region of Russia. Radiat Prot Dosim 51:265–273Google Scholar.

The Chernobyl papers, Vol. 1 - Doses to the Soviet population and early health effects studies/Ed. Steven E. Merwin and Michail Balonov. International Program on the Medical Effects of the Chernobyl Accident (IPHECA). Document WHO, EOS, 9. 4.

Release of radionuclides during the Chernobyl accident //The Chernobyl papers, Vol. Washington: REPS, 1993. Dynamics of radioiodine accumulation on the soil and the reconstruction of doses from its radiation on the territory contaminated after the Chernobyl accident // Radiation and Risk. Vol 1. Doses to the Soviet Population and Early Health Effect. The main hazard in the early phase after the accident was due to radioiodine

The Chernobyl Papers. The main hazard in the early phase after the accident was due to radioiodine. Doses to the thyroid were estimated separately for (i) zones of strict control, (ii) the most contaminated provinces and (iii) the whole central European region of the USSR. Distinction was made between the children under the age of 7 years at the time of the accident and the rest of the population. In the later phase the main concern is whole-body exposure to radiocaesium. Doses were calculated for the same areas and age groups as in the case of radioiodine.

Doses to the Soviet Population and Early Health Effects Studies. 11. Hakanson, L. Transport and Processes in Freshwater Ecosystems, Health Impacts of Large Releases of Radionuclides. Ciba Foundation Symposium 203, John Wiley & Sons, Chichester. Data Bas of Density of Contamonation of the Localities of the Russian Federation with Caesium-137, Strotium-90 and Plutonium-239,240 as for 1 January 1996. 6. AMAP Assessment Report: Arctic Pollution Issues. Arctic Monitoring and Assessment Programme, Oslo.