ReSCA: decision support tool for remediation planning after the Chernobyl accident
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- Ulanovsky, A., Jacob, P., Fesenko, S. et al. Radiat Environ Biophys (2011) 50: 67. doi:10.1007/s00411-010-0344-7
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Radioactive contamination of the environment following the Chernobyl accident still provide a substantial impact on the population of affected territories in Belarus, Russia, and Ukraine. Reduction of population exposure can be achieved by performing remediation activities in these areas. Resulting from the IAEA Technical Co-operation Projects with these countries, the program ReSCA (Remediation Strategies after the Chernobyl Accident) has been developed to provide assistance to decision makers and to facilitate a selection of an optimized remediation strategy in rural settlements. The paper provides in-depth description of the program, its algorithm, and structure.