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Atomic Energy

, Volume 77, Issue 6, pp 916–922 | Cite as

Radioactive contamination of the territory of Altai Krai

  • M. Yu. Orlov
  • Ts. I. Bobovnikova
  • Ya. I. Gaziev
  • E. G. Kozlova
  • K. P. Makhon'ko
  • L. E. Nazarov
  • A. N. Silant'ev
  • V. P. Snykov
  • Yu. A. Khvalenskii
  • I. G. Shkuratova
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© Plenum Publishing Corporation 1995

Authors and Affiliations

  • M. Yu. Orlov
  • Ts. I. Bobovnikova
  • Ya. I. Gaziev
  • E. G. Kozlova
  • K. P. Makhon'ko
  • L. E. Nazarov
  • A. N. Silant'ev
  • V. P. Snykov
  • Yu. A. Khvalenskii
  • I. G. Shkuratova

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