Chernobyl Disaster in the Soviet Union

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== Media releases ==
 
== Media releases ==
 
* [[PR:28 years after Chernobyl: Number of victims continues to grow|28 years after Chernobyl: Number of victims continues to grow. Nuclear accidents have long term consequences and come at a high cost]] ''(April 28, 2014)''
 
* [[PR:28 years after Chernobyl: Number of victims continues to grow|28 years after Chernobyl: Number of victims continues to grow. Nuclear accidents have long term consequences and come at a high cost]] ''(April 28, 2014)''
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== Tools ==
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* [http://flexrisk.boku.ac.at/en/index.html flexRISK - Flexible tools for assessment of nuclear risk in Europe]
  
  

Revision as of 11:09, 28 September 2019

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Irresponsible

Guided tours to the nuclear exclusion zone of the catastrophe - caution! This article downplays the risks of radiation while scientific sounding data is mentioned without telling that any additional radiation dose is to be avoided. They don't speak about the alpha and beta radiation regular Geiger counters can't detect. Don't trust travel agencies promoting adventure trips to atomic disaster zones - there safety measures and advice will probably again underestimate the actual threats.


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