Nuclear Baltic Map

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This map is under work, and will be improved during may & june 2009 (and so will this page!). The Nuclear Baltic Map project is part of the Baltic Sea Infotour project.

(The map preliminarily used as a background is from The Baltic Sea Region GIS, Maps and Statistical Database[1])

The numbered dots are

  • sites of nuclear industry
  • larger towns or similar sites, that f.ex. could be stopping points on the Baltic Infotour.

Baltic basemap.png

Preliminary color code:
  • red number&dot: no nuclear industry activity
  • blue number: nuclear industry activity
  • blue dot: NPP or undefined nuclear activity
  • light blue dot: proposed reactor site
  • black dot: uranium site
  • dark pink dot: storage site
1 Kittilä (uranium-site)
2 Salla (uranium-site)
3 Ylitornio (uranium-site)
4 Ranua (uranium-site)
5 Rovaniemi
6 Tornio
7 Kemi
8 Oulu
9 Simo (proposed NPP-site)
10 Kuusamo (uranium-site)
11 Kajaana
12 Kokkola
13 Vaasa
14 Seinäjoki
15 Kuopio
16 Joensuu
17 Jyväskylä
18 Kristinestad (cancelled NPP-site)
19 Mikkeli
20 Pori
21 Tampere
22 Lappeenranta
23 Hämeenlinna
24 Lahti
25 Kouvola
26 Turku
27 Hanko
28 Helsinki (capital)
29 Kotka
30 Olkiluoto (proposed & current NPP-site,

final storage site)

31 Loviisa (proposed & current NPP-site)
32 Eno(-Kontiolahti) (uranium-site)
33 Strömfors (proposed NPP-site)
34 Pyhäjoki (proposed NPP-site, u-site?)
35 Tervola (uranium-site)
37 Savukoski/Sokli (uranium site)
38 Enontekijö
39 uranium-site of Enontekijö
40 Kiruna (uranium-site)
41 Piteå
42 Umeå
43 Sundsvall
44 Hudiksvall
45 Stockholm (capital)
46 Örebro
47 Göteborg
48 Växjö
49 Visby
50 Helsingborg
51 Malmö
52 Kalmar
53 Tallinn (capital)
54 Paldiski +Suur-Pakri (proposed NPP-site)
55 Haapsalu
56 Pärnu
57 Rakvere
58 Kohtla Järve (proposed/current NPP-site?)
59 Narva
60 Paide
61 Vohme
6" Viljandi
62 Tartu
63 Valga
64 Voru
65 Valmiera
66 Aluksne
67 Riga (major port, capital)
68 Jurmala
69 Jelgava
70 Rezekne
71 Daugavpils
72 Ventspils (major port)
73 Liepaja (major port)
Li72 Klaipeda
Li73 Siauliai
74 Panevezys
75 Utena
76 Taurage
77 Kaunas
78 Vilnius
79 Alytus
80 Gizycko
81 Bialystok
82 Warzaw
83 Elblag
84 Gdansk
85 Gdynia
86 Ustka
87 Koszalin
88 Pila
89 Bydgoszcz
90 Torun
91 Poznan
92 Krakow
93 Rzeszow
94 Zamosc
95 Szczecin
96 Gorzow w.kopl.
97 Berlin
98 Sassnitz
99 Warnemünde
C Rostock
C1 Schwerin
C2 Lübeck
C3 Hamburg
C4 Kiel
C5 Puttgarden
C6 Flensburg
C7 Köbenhavn
C8 Helsingör
C9 Nästved
C10 Kalundborg
C11 Rödby
C12 Odense
C13 Abenra
C14 Ribe
C15 Esbjerg
C16 Vejle
C17 Århus
C18 Grena
C19 Alborg
C20 Frederikshavn
C21 Skagen
C22 Hanstholm
C23 Polatsk
C24 Vitsyebsk
C25 Orsha
C26 Lida
C27 Mahilyow
C28 Babruysk
C29 Homyel
C30 Mazyr
C31 Minsk
C32 Pinsk
C33 Hrodna
C34 Brest
C35 Gällivare
C36 Jokkmokk (uranium-site)
C37 Arjeplog (uranium-site)
C38 Arvidsjaur (uranium-site)
C6? Sorsele? (uranium-site)
C39 Storuman (uranium-site)
C40 Vilhelmina (uranium-site)
C41 Dorotea (uranium-site)
C42 Åsele (uranium-site)
C43 Strömsund (uranium-site)
C44 Krokom (uranium-site)
C45 Östersund
C46 Åre (uranium-site)
C47 Berg (uranium-site)
C48 Härjedalen? (uranium-site)
C49 Ånge (uranium-site)
C50 Ljusdal (uranium-site)
C51 Nianfors? (uranium-site)
C52 Ovanåker (uranium-site)
C53 Rättvik (uranium-site)
C54 ?
C55 Luleå
C56 Skellefteå
C57 Örnsköldsvik
C58 Gävle
C59 Norrtälje
C60 Uppsala
C61 Nõva, Keibu-bay (proposed NPP-site) Location?
C62 Östhammar, Forsmark NPP (proposed final storage site)
C63 Soznovyj Bor (NPP site, waste burning & processing facilities)
C64 Lebjazhye
C65 St. Petersburg (capital)
C66 Viborg
C67 Murmansk
??? Namura (FIN) (proposed uranium mine?)

links to regional groups/organisations of possible interest











Improvements to make:

  • different colours/marks for different types of sites
  • nuclear transports on baltic sea
  • nuclear transports on land? estimations?
  • proposed fi-se pipeline & lt-se pipeline
  • other nuclear energy transports?
  • russian sites!
  • links to more info for all sites
  • more exact coordinates/directions?
  • radioactivity levels in the sea?
  • short info about situations of sites:
    • official process
    • companies, offices
    • resistance
    • environment, natural & social
  • Krümmel (D)
  • SE reactor plans
  • SE end storage plans
  • SE temporary storages (Oskarshamn)
  • several layers, interactivity?
  • old mines/prospectings?
  • RU missiles?
  • Belarussia proposed NPP-site
  • Poland? Whole country inside the watershed!
  • DK Uranium findings?
  • Switzerland Uranium-prospecting? Too far away?
  • Murmansk plant?
  • University research NPPs?
links to information of interest for improving the map

(websites are mostly in finnish & swedish)

Nuclear Baltic Map Project

During the Baltic Sea Info Tour 2010 we will focus on gathering information about nuclear issues around the Baltic Sea, images of these places and facilities, operators, critical groups, links and other resources to be used for the Nuclear Baltic Map. Afterwards we will work on these materials to produce some brief introductions to these facilities and issues for the Nuclear Baltic Sea brochure - this will be an important result of the infotour.

At the beginning of each infotour stop we have to make sure that someone will gather the information about local nuclear issues and critical organizations on this website. During the regional network gatherings of the infotour this will be one project to be discussed and to find other people to join in.

Here is the preliminary schedule of the brochure project:

  • during the Tour and until 09/09/10: gather information + pictures + links + group contacts
  • 10/09/10: text and images for the brochure are ready
  • 15/09/10: translation of the text starts
  • 30/09/10: finish text work (improving text)
  • 01/10/10: start of layout
  • 15/10/10: layout done
  • 20/10/10: printing of brochure
  • 01/11/10: distributing brochure

requirements for each facility page

  • a picture of the facility that we are allowed to use
  • infobox with technical information about the facility
  • short text (1'500 characters max.)
  • contact details of critical groups working against this facility
  • links to operator and critical websites


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