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Advanced Science and Technology for Biological by Nelson Marmiroli, Borys Samotokin, Marta Marmiroli

By Nelson Marmiroli, Borys Samotokin, Marta Marmiroli

This publication provides a finished and built-in strategy towards fixing the ever transforming into challenge of soil and water illness through radioactive and chemical wastes from army amenities, guns industries, and guns garage. The authors mix concept and perform in particular infection examples. this can be a monograph born out of a special mix of workmanship and sensible suggestion and is perfect for operators within the box of decontamination.

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4). In some soddy-weakly-podzolic soils, the vertical distribution of specific activity is quite uniform, but in others, secondary peaks of activity were associated with the presence of heavier soil at various depths (6-12cm; 16-20cm). However, overall, the vertical distribution of 137Cs activity was comparable in all the soils analysed. 3 25 15 1,5 10 1 137 2 Cs activity, % 20 Part of Specific activity of 137Cs, kBq/kg 2,5 5 0,5 0 0 0-2 2-4 4-6 6-8 8-10 10-12 12-14 14-16 16-18 18-20 20-22 22-24 24-26 26-28 28-30 Depth, cm Figure 4a.

Daily intake and 137Cs content in food products of the population groups A and B in the village Khristinovka. Food products Daily intake, kg 137 Cs content, Bq/kg Group A Group B Food products of plant origin from private house-economy Grain of wheat 0,29 0,26 6 Potato 0,35 0,32 24 Red beet 0,12 0,06 50 Onion 0,12 0,06 16 Sorrel 0,07 0,03 120 Carrot 0,05 0,09 65 Cucumber 0,4 0,05 5 Cabbage 0,27 0,24 3 Tomato 0,04 0,01 1 Haricot 0,06 0,04 30 Apples 0,2 0,2 7 Food products of animal origin from private house-economy Milk 0,8 0,3 100 Beef 0,055 0,05 290 Pork 0,05 0,04 200 Eggs 0,015 0,01 16 0,0006 – 687000 Food products of forest origin (“forest gifts”) Boletus edulis (dw) Russula sp.

Introduction Mixed coniferous/broadleaved forest occupies about 70% of the area of the northern part of Ukraine and plays a very important landscape role in the region. This ecosystem is characterized by a great diversity of ecological conditions and variability in its spatial distribution, by a complex biogeochemistry (cycling) of the major nutritional elements and artificial contaminants, including man-made radionuclides (Melin and Wallberg, 1991, Orlov et al. 1999), by a continuously growing canopy and a multilayered vegetation.

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