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Summary report on the radiation environment of the Danube river within 1977-1980 period; Svodnyj otchet o sostoyanii radiatsionnoj obstanovki reki Dunaj v period 1977-1980 gg.

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Abstract

The radiation environment of the Danube river has been studied from Bratislava city down to river mouth that is within the distance of 1869 km. Systematic measurements were carried out at 22 points in the territories of the USSR, Roumania, Bulgaria, Hungary and Czechoslovakia. Samples of water, sediments and aquatic organisms were used to determine such radionuclides as natural uranium, radium-226, potassium-40, tritium, strontium-90, cesium-137. In general the radiation environment of the Danube river can be considered as a function of the natural radionuclides presence and artificial radionuclides global fallout. No specific radionuclides from other sources were observed. Thus a conclusion can be drawn that the presence of operating Nuclear Power Plants in the Danube vally has no negative effects on its radiation environment. Measurements data of radionuclide concentrations are given. 7 refs.; 18 tabs.
Publication Date:
Dec 31, 1983
Product Type:
Miscellaneous
Report Number:
INIS-mf-13087
Reference Number:
SCA: 540330; PA: AIX-23:014332; SN: 92000646716
Resource Relation:
Journal Issue: (no.16); Other Information: DN: 7 refs.; 18 tabs.; PBD: 1983; Related Information: ORB. Obespechenie Radiatsionnoj Bezopasnosti
Subject:
54 ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES; DANUBE RIVER; RADIOACTIVITY; RADIONUCLIDE MIGRATION; ALGAE; AQUATIC ORGANISMS; CESIUM 137; COMECON; CONTAMINATION; COORDINATED RESEARCH PROGRAMS; FISHES; FRESH WATER; INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION; NATURAL URANIUM; POTASSIUM 40; RADIONUCLIDE KINETICS; RADIUM 226; SEDIMENTS; STATISTICAL DATA; STRONTIUM 90; TRITIUM; 540330; RADIOACTIVE MATERIALS MONITORING AND TRANSPORT
OSTI ID:
10113511
Research Organizations:
Sovet Ehkonomicheskoj Vzaimopomoshchi, Moscow (Russian Federation). Postoyannaya Komissiya po Ispol`zovaniyu Atomnoj Ehnergii v Mirnykh Tselyakh
Country of Origin:
CMEA
Language:
Russian
Other Identifying Numbers:
Other: ON: DE92614884; TRN: XM9100002014332
Availability:
OSTI; NTIS (US Sales Only); INIS
Submitting Site:
INIS
Size:
39 p.
Announcement Date:
Jun 30, 2005

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Petkov, T, Novakova, E, Kerteva, A, Mireva, Z, Bodulin, V, Borisova, Yu, Stepanova, V D, and Pavlovskij, O A. Summary report on the radiation environment of the Danube river within 1977-1980 period; Svodnyj otchet o sostoyanii radiatsionnoj obstanovki reki Dunaj v period 1977-1980 gg.. CMEA: N. p., 1983. Web.
Petkov, T, Novakova, E, Kerteva, A, Mireva, Z, Bodulin, V, Borisova, Yu, Stepanova, V D, & Pavlovskij, O A. Summary report on the radiation environment of the Danube river within 1977-1980 period; Svodnyj otchet o sostoyanii radiatsionnoj obstanovki reki Dunaj v period 1977-1980 gg.. CMEA.
Petkov, T, Novakova, E, Kerteva, A, Mireva, Z, Bodulin, V, Borisova, Yu, Stepanova, V D, and Pavlovskij, O A. 1983. "Summary report on the radiation environment of the Danube river within 1977-1980 period; Svodnyj otchet o sostoyanii radiatsionnoj obstanovki reki Dunaj v period 1977-1980 gg." CMEA.
@misc{etde_10113511,
title = {Summary report on the radiation environment of the Danube river within 1977-1980 period; Svodnyj otchet o sostoyanii radiatsionnoj obstanovki reki Dunaj v period 1977-1980 gg.}
author = {Petkov, T, Novakova, E, Kerteva, A, Mireva, Z, Bodulin, V, Borisova, Yu, Stepanova, V D, and Pavlovskij, O A}
abstractNote = {The radiation environment of the Danube river has been studied from Bratislava city down to river mouth that is within the distance of 1869 km. Systematic measurements were carried out at 22 points in the territories of the USSR, Roumania, Bulgaria, Hungary and Czechoslovakia. Samples of water, sediments and aquatic organisms were used to determine such radionuclides as natural uranium, radium-226, potassium-40, tritium, strontium-90, cesium-137. In general the radiation environment of the Danube river can be considered as a function of the natural radionuclides presence and artificial radionuclides global fallout. No specific radionuclides from other sources were observed. Thus a conclusion can be drawn that the presence of operating Nuclear Power Plants in the Danube vally has no negative effects on its radiation environment. Measurements data of radionuclide concentrations are given. 7 refs.; 18 tabs.}
issue = {(no.16)}
place = {CMEA}
year = {1983}
month = {Dec}
}