Health impacts of large releases of radionuclides. The fate and impact of radiocontaminants in urban areas.


The Chernobyl accident made it clear that the contaminants released after a severe nuclear accident may spread over large areas, and thereby form a significant external radiation hazard in areas of high population density. Since then, the weathering effects on the deposited radiocontaminants (essentially radiocaesium) have been followed on different types… (More)


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