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45 annex d health effects due to radiation from the chernobyl accident contents page i introduction. The 1986 explosion of the chernobyl nuclear power plant released catastrophic amounts of radiation into the air how did this affect surrounding populations.
The workers involved in the recovery and clean up after the disaster, called liquidators, received high doses of radiation in most cases, these workers were not. Unscear has studied the health and environmental consequences of the chernobyl accident since early on it has reported in 1988 and in 2000 it participated in the. Chernobyl’s legacy: health, environmental and socio-economic impacts and recommendations to the governments of belarus, the russian federation and ukraine.Download
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