Soils and Ground Water’s Radioactive Contamination into the Local Zone of the “Shelter” Object and Industrial Site of Chernobyl NPP
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The purpose of radio-hydro-ecological monitoring of the “Shelter” object includes: evaluation of soil and groundwater radioactive contamination level and migration or gradual penetration of radio-nuclides to the environment around the safety block. The research objects are: soils of aeration zone, groundwater and the sources of their contamination - surface and block waters.
KeywordsGroundwater Sample Unconfined Aquifer Industrial Site Radioactive Contamination Sodium Bromide
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