Radioactivity of game meat in Finland after the Chernobyl accident in 1986

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Published by Finnish Centre for Radiation and Nuclear Safety in Helsinki, Finland .

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  • Radioactive contamination of food -- Finland.,
  • Wildlife as food -- Finland.

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Other titlesSTUK-A. 55 (Supplement 7)
StatementAino Rantavaara ... [et al.].
SeriesSTUK-A,, 62
ContributionsRantavaara, Aino., Säteilyturvakeskus (Finland)
LC ClassificationsTX571.R3 R314 1988
The Physical Object
Pagination57, 5 p. :
Number of Pages57
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL2142066M
ISBN 109514704932
LC Control Number88211746

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A study was carried out to assess the dose rates to game animals in Finland affected by the radioactive caesium deposition that occurred after the accident at the Chernobyl nuclear power plant in Ukraine in The aim of this assessment was to obtain new information on the dose rates to mammals and birds under Finnish by: 3.

The accident at Chernobyl nuclear power plant in April will expose Finns to a total radiation dose of two millisieverts during 50 years. We receive a similar dose each year from radon.

Half of the total dose from Chernobyl came during the first ten years after the accident. more contaminated following the Chernobyl accident. The subject of this paper is radioactivity assessment of the foodstuffs in Belarus and Russia, where more than food samples have been examined over more than the year period after the Chernobyl accident.

The methods used: beta– and gamma– spectrometry, radiochemical method. Chernobyl fallout in Finland: Hot areas Finland. Saxen, R., Talpale, T. K., Aaltonen, H. () Radioactivity of wet and dry deposition and soil in Finland after Chernobyl accident inSTUK-A57, Finnish Center for Radiation and Nuclear Safety, Helsinki, Finland.

Soininen, J. () Determination of the Chernobyl radioactive fallout in Cited by: deposited radioactivity from the chernobyl accident — a review of investigations in Finland. Boreal Env. Res. 19– The Chernobyl nuclear accident happened in the former Soviet Union on 26 April The accident destroyed one of the RBMK type reactors and released significant radioactive contamination into the by: Thus they perceived no danger and continued to eat reindeer meat over the contamination limit after Chernobyl.

The Chernobyl disaster struck a blow to the main source of income, reindeer meat market, for Sámi herders. The study cohort comprised all ∼ million Finns who had lived in the same dwelling for 12 months following the accident (May April ).

Radiation exposure was estimated using data from an extensive mobile dose rate by: 5. (Taylor et al., ). This ratio is similar to that observed in reindeer in northern Finland a few months after the Chernobyl accident (Rissanen et al., ).

In this study a ratio of was. Aino Rantavaara has written: 'Radioactivity of milk, meat, cereals, and other agricultural products in Finland after the Chernobyl accident in ' 'Radioactivity of vegetables and mushrooms in. Radioactivity of game meat in Finland after the Chernobyl accident in Supplement 7 to Annual Report STUK-A Report No.

STUK-A Report No. STUK-A Finnish Centre for Radiation and Nuclear Safety, Helsinki. Nuclear fallout plotted on a map of Europe during the Chernobyl meltdown which started on Ap Contamination and Radiation Exposure.

Evaluation and Measures in the Nordic Countries after the Chernobyl Accident Jan Olof Snihs Swedish Radiation Protection Institute 16 Stockholm, Sweden In the night 25/26 April it all started.

The radioactive releases from Chernobyl reached the Nordic countries late 27 April. The Chernobyl disaster was a nuclear accident that occurred on 26 April at the No.

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Radioactive caesium (caesium and caesium) and iodine (iodine) were particularly significant for the radiation exposure of the population as a consequence of the reactor disaster of Chernobyl.

Today virtually only the long-lived caesium is significant for Central Europe. Due to its half-life of about 30 years this radionuclide has only decayed by about half from until. The high transfer of radioactive caesium from lichen to reindeer and from reindeer meat to humans has been demonstrated after the Chernobyl accident in the Arctic and sub-Arctic areas of Europe.

The accident led to high contamination of reindeer meat in Finland, Norway, Russia and Sweden and caused significant problems for the indigenous Sami. The accident which took place on 26 April at the Chernobyl nuclear power plant in Ukraine was to have a decisive influence on the development of international nuclear law over the following two decades.

Within six months of the accident, a convention on early notification of a nuclear accident and a. Executive summary. Conclusions (Conclusions will open in a pop-up window) Introduction. On 26 April,the Chernobyl nuclear power station, located in Ukraine about 20 km south of the border of Belarus, suffered a major accident which was followed by a prolonged release to the atmosphere of large quantities of radioactive substances.

Some of those living closest to the power plant received internal radiation doses in their thyroid glands of up to Gy – roug times the dose of a chest x-ray – after breathing. People are still eating food contaminated by Chernobyl believed to be caused by radioactivity.

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The Chernobyl blast on 26 April was one of the world's worst nuclear disasters. Now, 30 years later, and thousands of kilometres away, one group of Indigenous people are still living with the. Chernobyl Accident STUDY. Flashcards. Learn. Write. Spell.

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fallout []. Twenty years after the accident, measures against radiocaesium contamination are still needed in production of cow’s and goat milk, mutton and reindeer meat in Norway.

Figure 1: The Chernobyl fallout in Norway, Sweden and Finland (from [1]). Short term management of the Chernobyl. The Chernobyl nuclear plant explosion in the Soviet Union almost six months ago has left Western Europe with a trail of damage that continues to grow, a legacy of fear and the seeds of an early.

On 2 Mayafter the accident in Chernobyl, the frequency of the survey was intensified. On 4 and 5 May, radioiodine activity concentrations between and Bq/L I were measured. The milk from the mountainous region of the state of Jura showed lower values than in the states localised in the plain: Bq/L I (4 May).Cited by: 3.

The Swedish news media report that a highly radioactive boar was shot in Sweden with over ten times over the Swedish national food administration limit value, 33 years since the Chernobyl accident in The nuclear disaster in Chernobyl is still very relevant today.

In the Gävle region in the middle of Sweden, quite close to Stockholm, the. Radiation levels: WHO reports on Chernobyl Experts estimate radiation dose commitment in Europe Measurements have shown that there were very large differences in the deposition of radioactive materials in Europe after the Chernobyl accident; principally, these can be explained by the meteorological conditions.

Most of the strontium and plutonium isotopes were deposited within kilometres of the damaged reactor. Radioactive iodine, of great concern after the accident, has a short half-life, and has now decayed away.

Strontium and caesium, with a longer half life of 30 years, persist and will remain a concern for decades to come. Clenn Garelik, New York Times Book Review On the morning of Apa Soviet nuclear plant at Chernobyl (near Kiev) exploded, pouring radioactivity into the environment and setting off the worst disaster in the history of nuclear energy.

Now a former Soviet Cited by:   England, for example, enjoyed clear weather for several days after the Chernobyl accident, but rain started on 2 May, and fell heavily on. Decade After Chernobyl: Summing Up the Consequences of the Accident” on 8–12 April in Vienna. There, a clear and conclusive understanding of the nature and magnitude of the accident’s effects and legacy (environmental, medical, so-cial, economic, and political) was sought.

The primary concern of the media and public since The Chernobyl disaster triggered the release of substantial amounts of radioactive contamination into the atmosphere in the form of both particulate and gaseous of it is the most significant unintentional release of radioactivity into the environment.

The work of the Scientific Committee on Problems of the Environment (SCOPE), suggests that the Chernobyl incident. While widely regarded as the world's worst nuclear accident, Chernobyl’s legacy remains fiercely contested, with death tolls ranging from 31 toMIT historian Kate Brown, who has spent years in the Chernobyl archives, picks the best books on the disaster, compares its impact with atomic bomb testing, and argues for more research into.

Introduction. In the course of the Chernobyl nuclear accident (Ap ) and the Fukushima nuclear accident (Ma ), large amounts of radionuclides have been released and deposited in the environment [1, 2].The majority of the released activity was due to volatile radionuclides such as I, Te, Cs, and Cs.

Following the Chernobyl nuclear accident, the importance of Cited by: Thirty years after the Chernobyl disaster, traces of nuclear radiation can still be found in the animals. In Norway, reindeer with radiation levels under 3, becquerel per kilogram are.

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SCIENTISTS are looking at the possibility of re-opening the area affected by the Chernobyl disaster to grow crops, more than 30 years after one of mankind’s biggest radioactive.

On Apthe world’s worst nuclear disaster occurred at the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant in what at the time was the Ukrainian Soviet Socialist Republic.

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