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Artificial radioactivity of the Black Sea. Contribution to the UNESCO/Chernobyl project
Eremeev, V.N.; Chudinovskikh, T.V.; Batrakov, G.F. (1993). Artificial radioactivity of the Black Sea. Contribution to the UNESCO/Chernobyl project. UNESCO Reports in Marine Science = Rapports de l'Unesco sur les sciences de la mer, 59. UNESCO: Paris. vi, 95 pp.
Part of: UNESCO Reports in Marine Science = Rapports de l'Unesco sur les sciences de la mer. UNESCO: Paris. ISSN 0253-0112, more

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Keywords
    Radioecology; Radionuclide transfer (in organisms); Marine

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  • Eremeev, V.N.
  • Chudinovskikh, T.V.
  • Batrakov, G.F.

Abstract
    The artificial (technogenic) radioactivity of the Black Sea was studied before and after the Chernobyl event, both during the period of nuclear tests and the moratorium on such tests. Part I describes the forms of artificial radionuclides in seawater. Part II discusses the input into the Black Sea resulting from global fallouts. Part III is devoted to the Chernobyl radioecological consequences. The accumulation of radionuclides in bottom sediments and hydrobionts is considered in Part IV, while Part V is devoted to the modelling of the processes of radionuclide transport in Black Sea waters.

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