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1818-331X (Print), 2074-0565 (Online)
Assessment of radiation impact on the environment components while preparing for construction site of centralized storage facility for spent nuclear fuel (CSSNF)L. I. Pavlovsky, D. V. Gorodetskyy, A. A. Sizov, A. A. Kholodyuk*
Abstract: Predictive assessment of radiation impacts on the air environment, soil cover, staff, which is located in a residential area, staff of an adjacent to the CSSNF enterprises as a result of work to prepare the site for construction of CSSNF at the Chornobyl Exclusion Zone is presented. It is shown that radiation effects on components of the environment will not result in exceeding the reference levels of radiation safety.
Keywords: CSSNF, radiation safety, the Chornobyl exclusion zone.References:
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