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Autor: N. Birsen
ISBN-13: 9781402017896
Einband: Buch
Seiten: 252
Gewicht: 569 g
Format: 240x160x mm
Sprache: Englisch

Environmental Protection Against Radioactive Pollution

Vol.33, NATO Science Series IV Earth and Environmental Sciences
Proceedings of the NATO Advanced Research Workshop on Environmental Protection Against Radioactive Pollution Almati, Kazakhstan 16-19 September 2002
Proceedings of the NATO Advanced Research Workshop, held in Almaty, Kazakhstan, 16-19 September 2002
Preface; N. Birsen, K.K. Kadyrzhanov. Acknowledgements; N. Birsen, K.K. Kadyrzhanov. Overviews and Perspectives. Radioecological concepts and their application for the assessment of the present internal dose for people living on the STS; G. Voigt. Radioactivity in Kazakhstan: events and consequences; K.K. Kadyrzhanov, S.N. Lukashenko. Radioactivity monitoring of the Turkish Black Sea Coast as a part of the IAEA model project 'Marine environmental assessment of the Black Sea region'. Nuclear techniques for the environmental management of water resources in Turkey; B. Gul Goktepe, et al. Environmental impact of nuclear industry and power generation in the Russian Federation: assessment of contribution to general ecological damage; V.A. Vetrov. Radio-ecological situation in river basins of Central Asia, Syrdarya and Amudarya according to the results of the project 'NAVRUZ'; D.S. Barber, et al. Lessons of elimination of Chernobyl accident consequences in the agriculture of Ukraine; N.M. Lazarev. Problems of radioecology in Azerbaijan; Ch.S. Aliyev. Ecological risk in territory uranium tailing of Kyrgyzstan; I.A. Torgoev, Yu.G. Aleshyn. Distribution of radioactivity on landscapes of Absheron Peninsula; S.K. Aliyeva. On the assessment of the environmental effect of the BN-350 reactor facility over operating period; P.I. Nazarenko, et al. Mechanisms of formation of radionuclide contamination at the oilfields of Azerbaijan; T.A. Zolotovitskaya. Influence of the LIRA facilities on the radiation conditions of the adjacent territories: results of the four-year monitoring; T.I. Ageeva, et al. Effects of Chernobyl accident on Turkey; E. Ozyar. Prognosis of directions of technogene radionuclides spacious migration at the territory of Semipalatinsk Test Site and beyond (short communication); R.Yu. Magasheva, G.N. Yakunin. Radionuclide contamination of Karaganda oblast territory within the Semipalatinsk Test Site (short communication); M.A. Akhmetov, et al. The concentration of radionuclides in several foods (short communication); B.S. Osmanov, et al. Radionuclides in underground waters of the Karazhyra coal deposit (Semipalatinsk Nuclear Test Site) (short communication); M.S. Panin, H.N. Artamonova. Radionuclides in the environment of the Chatkal National Park (short communication); Kh. Darvishkhodjaev, et al. On the possibility of transfer and redistribution of radionuclides by locusts in Kazakhstan (short communication); O.A. Alipbekov. Inventarization of plutonium and americium in neighborhoods of the 'Opytnoe Pole', Semipalatinsk Nuclear Test Site; S. Khajekber, et al. Evaluation of the environmental and health consequences of depleted uranium armor use in Yugoslavia; V. Vetrov, O. Pavlovskij. Behaviour of 210Po through the seawater column (short communication); E. Gungor, N. Gungor. Radiochemical problems of underground nuclear explosions kv rock-salt (short communication); Yu.V. Dubasov. Biogeochemistry of uranium and selenium - regional problem of ecology (short communication); B.M. Djenbaev, V.V. Ermakov. Use of 152Eu as a tracer for identifying fallout in the Altai region from nuclear explosions at the Semipalatinsk Test Site: would it work at present? V. Vetrov.
Analytical Methods for Radioecology. Radiochemical determination of long-lived radionuclides in environmental samples; N. Vajda, et al. Radiochemical procedures for speciation of actinides in the environment. Methodology and data obtained in contaminated regions of Russia by radionuclides; A.P. Novikov, B.F. Myasoedov. Evaluation of determined uranium concentrations of natu
NATO Advanced Research Workshop "Environmental Protection Against Radioactive Pollution" was held in Almaty on September 16-19, 2002. Experts from Azerbaijan, Denmark, Hungary, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Norway, Russia, Tajikistan, Turkey, Ukraine, USA, Uzbekistan and the IAEA have participated and made presentations. The Workshop was organized parallel to the "2nd Eurasia Conference on Nuclear Science and its Application" held in Almaty on September 16-19, 2002 that was organized by Institute of Nuclear Physics of Kazakhstan with Turkish Atomic Energy Authority and National Academy of Science of Azerbaijan, National Academy of Science of Kyrgyzstan, Institute of Nuclear Physics of Uzbekistan. So, the number of participants for the Workshop was rather high. The NATO Advanced Research Workshop generated important interactions and provided a mechanism for scientists of different nations and of varied disciplines to discuss challenges that confront many countries around the world. The reports presented at the Workshop were published in this NATO Science Series. The main directions of the presented reports were as follows; General estimation of the radioactive contamination of the territories and radiation hazardous objects, including former military test sites, areas influenced due to Chernobly and Mayak accidents, and territories of oil fields; Techniques and procedures of radioecological monitoring; Techniques of determination of radionuclide concentrations and its species in the environment.
Autor: N. Birsen
ISBN-13:: 9781402017896
ISBN: 1402017898
Verlag: Springer Netherlands
Gewicht: 569g
Seiten: 252
Sprache: Englisch
Auflage 2003
Sonstiges: Buch, 240x160x mm, XIII, 252 p.