Caesium-137 migration in Hungarian soils.

@article{Szerbin1999Caesium137MI,
  title={Caesium-137 migration in Hungarian soils.},
  author={P. Szerbin and E. Koblinger-Bokori and L. Koblinger and I V{\'e}gv{\'a}ri and Ad{\'a}m Ugron},
  journal={The Science of the total environment},
  year={1999},
  volume={227 2-3},
  pages={215-27}
}
Distribution of 137Cs activity concentration has been measured in soils from 19 Hungarian counties. The levels of soil contamination in Hungary after the Chernobyl fallout are sufficient to study the vertical distribution of the 137Cs under natural conditions. Samples were taken layer by layer on plain, grassy and uncultivated fields down to a depth of 20 cm. The results show that radiocaesium migrates very slowly in the soils investigated. The 137Cs concentration peaks in almost all of the… CONTINUE READING

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