Modelling of the Radiological Impact of Radioactive Waste Dumping in the Arctic Seas (IAEA-Tecdoc Series)
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Published by International Atomic Energy Agency .
Written in English


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ISBN 109201002033
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The modelling contributions presented by IAEA-MEL to the inter-national consequence assessment program suggest that the global radiological impact of the disposals in the Arctic Seas will be smaller than from other anthropogenic sources of by: cal impact of high-level radioactive waste dumping in the Arctic Seas Almost five years ago, in , international attention was focused on news reports that the former Soviet Union had, for over three decades, dumped radioactive wastes in the shal-low waters of the Arctic Seas. The news caused widespread concern, especially in countries. International Atomic Energy Agency. Modelling of radiological impact of radioactive waste dumping in the Arctic Seas, Report of Modelling and Assessment Working Group of the Intemational Arctic Seas Assessment Project. IAEA-TECDOC X.3, Vienna, Austria. (). Google ScholarAuthor: B. G. Pologuikh, Yu. V. Sivintsev, N. S. Khlopkin. - 2 - report, entitled “Modelling of the radiological Impact of radioactive waste dumping in the Arctic Sea”, will be published as IAEA-TECDOC in File Size: 72KB.

Up till now, five critical environmental issues have affected the oceans: over-fishing, chemical pollution and eutrophication, habitat destruction, invasion of exotic species and global climate change. However, one of the major threats the oceans may face in the twenty-first century is radioactive pollution over the second half Author: Alexey V. Yablokov. Marine dumping of liquid and solid radioactive waste in the Arctic was. Adapted from JNREG, http: solid radioactive waste and the nuclear submarine K was organized through the. 2 Dumping of nuclear waste in the Barents and Kara Seas. Group of the International Arctic Seas Assessment Project (IASAP), IAEA-TECDOC (). Anthropogenic Radionuclides in the Arctic Seas: Report to the International Arctic Seas Assessment Project (IASAP), IAEA-TECDOC (in preparation). Modelling of the Radiological Impact of Radioactive Waste Dumping in the Arctic Seas: Report of the Modelling.   Let’s take a trip to the Arctic. In , there was an analysis done to conclude and review the dumping of nuclear waste into the Arctic by the Soviet Union. It is titled, Nuclear Wastes in the Arctic: An Analysis of Arctic and Other Regional Impacts from .

This report is a product of the International Arctic Seas Assessment Project (IASAP), instituted in by the IAEA and endorsed by the Consulting Parties of the London Convention. IASAP was set up following the revelations of radioactive waste dumping in the Kara and Barents Seas by the Former Soviet : Peter Kershaw.   This report is a product of the International Arctic Seas Assessment Project (IASAP), instituted in by the IAEA and endorsed by the Consulting Parties of the London Convention. IASAP was set up following the revelations of radioactive waste dumping in the Kara and Barents Seas by the Former Soviet by: 7. IASAP was set up following the revelations of radioactive waste dumping in the Kara and Barents Seas by the Former Soviet Union. These were later detailed in Yablokov's famous `White Book'. A preliminary assessment of the long-term radiological impact of radioactive waste disosal in the Arctic Seas, on global and regional scales, has been made. The modelling results suggest that the global radiological impact of the disposals will be comparable to or less than those resulting from other anthropogenic and natural sources of by: