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Investigations of Baltic See radioactivity within 1976-1980; Issledovanie radioaktivnosti Baltijskogo morya v 1976-1980 godakh

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Abstract

The report presents summary of data on the Baltic Sea radioactive contamination obtained in DDR, PPR and the USSR within 1976-1980. The seawater, sediments and aquatic plants and animals were investigated. The distribution of strontium-90 and cesium-137 isotopes is given both for the open sea and its gulfs. Tendency towards strontium-90 concentration decrease is noted though cesium-137 concentration rise was observed in 1980 due to radioactive and polluted water ingress from the Northern Sea. In a number of points, except western regions in the vicinity of the Northern Sea, uniform distributions of strontium-90 and cesium-137 concentations versus depth were established. The radionuclide contents in water, sediments and aquatic organisms of Greifswald and Finland gulfs where Nuclear Power Plants are located on the seashore were found to be the same as in the open sea. The dependence of strontium-90 and especially cesium-137 sorption on the sediments composition has been noticed. In 1980 DDR presented data on tritium content in both near-surface and deep waters. Poland has carried out the first investigations of plutonium-239 and 240 content in the sediments. The dynamic behaviour of strontium-90 and cesium-137 concentrations in the Baltic Sea water within 1959-1980 has been reviewed. Data on strontium-90 and  More>>
Publication Date:
Dec 31, 1983
Product Type:
Miscellaneous
Report Number:
INIS-mf-13088
Reference Number:
SCA: 540330; PA: AIX-23:014333; SN: 92000646717
Resource Relation:
Journal Issue: (no.17); Other Information: PBD: 1983; Related Information: ORB. Obespechenie Radiatsionnoj Bezopasnosti
Subject:
54 ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES; BALTIC SEA; RADIOACTIVITY; AQUATIC ORGANISMS; CESIUM 137; COMECON; CONTAMINATION; COORDINATED RESEARCH PROGRAMS; DOSE COMMITMENTS; FISHES; INTERNAL IRRADIATION; INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION; RADIONUCLIDE KINETICS; RADIONUCLIDE MIGRATION; SEAWATER; SEDIMENTS; STABLE ISOTOPES; STATISTICAL DATA; STRONTIUM 90; THEORETICAL DATA; 540330; RADIOACTIVE MATERIALS MONITORING AND TRANSPORT
OSTI ID:
10113517
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: DE92614885; TRN: XM9100003014333
Availability:
OSTI; NTIS (US Sales Only); INIS
Submitting Site:
INIS
Size:
87 p.
Announcement Date:
Jun 30, 2005

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Weiss, D, Lyonnig, M, Tille, J, Gzhibovska, D, Tomchak, Ya, Gedeonov, L I, Gusev, D I, Ivanova, L M, Pavlovskij, O A, and Stepanova, V D. Investigations of Baltic See radioactivity within 1976-1980; Issledovanie radioaktivnosti Baltijskogo morya v 1976-1980 godakh. CMEA: N. p., 1983. Web.
Weiss, D, Lyonnig, M, Tille, J, Gzhibovska, D, Tomchak, Ya, Gedeonov, L I, Gusev, D I, Ivanova, L M, Pavlovskij, O A, & Stepanova, V D. Investigations of Baltic See radioactivity within 1976-1980; Issledovanie radioaktivnosti Baltijskogo morya v 1976-1980 godakh. CMEA.
Weiss, D, Lyonnig, M, Tille, J, Gzhibovska, D, Tomchak, Ya, Gedeonov, L I, Gusev, D I, Ivanova, L M, Pavlovskij, O A, and Stepanova, V D. 1983. "Investigations of Baltic See radioactivity within 1976-1980; Issledovanie radioaktivnosti Baltijskogo morya v 1976-1980 godakh." CMEA.
@misc{etde_10113517,
title = {Investigations of Baltic See radioactivity within 1976-1980; Issledovanie radioaktivnosti Baltijskogo morya v 1976-1980 godakh}
author = {Weiss, D, Lyonnig, M, Tille, J, Gzhibovska, D, Tomchak, Ya, Gedeonov, L I, Gusev, D I, Ivanova, L M, Pavlovskij, O A, and Stepanova, V D}
abstractNote = {The report presents summary of data on the Baltic Sea radioactive contamination obtained in DDR, PPR and the USSR within 1976-1980. The seawater, sediments and aquatic plants and animals were investigated. The distribution of strontium-90 and cesium-137 isotopes is given both for the open sea and its gulfs. Tendency towards strontium-90 concentration decrease is noted though cesium-137 concentration rise was observed in 1980 due to radioactive and polluted water ingress from the Northern Sea. In a number of points, except western regions in the vicinity of the Northern Sea, uniform distributions of strontium-90 and cesium-137 concentations versus depth were established. The radionuclide contents in water, sediments and aquatic organisms of Greifswald and Finland gulfs where Nuclear Power Plants are located on the seashore were found to be the same as in the open sea. The dependence of strontium-90 and especially cesium-137 sorption on the sediments composition has been noticed. In 1980 DDR presented data on tritium content in both near-surface and deep waters. Poland has carried out the first investigations of plutonium-239 and 240 content in the sediments. The dynamic behaviour of strontium-90 and cesium-137 concentrations in the Baltic Sea water within 1959-1980 has been reviewed. Data on strontium-90 and cesium-137 content in fishes and plants are given. On this basis the dose commitmments for population were estimated. 19 refs.; 27 tabs.; 6 figs.}
issue = {(no.17)}
place = {CMEA}
year = {1983}
month = {Dec}
}