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Radioactive contamination of soil and plants =
Rudol"f Mikhailovich Aleksakhin
by Israel Program for Scientific Translations; (available from U.S. Dept. of Commerce, Clearinghouse for Federal Scientific and Technical Information, Springfield, Va.) in Jerusalem
Written in English
At head of title, Academy of Sciences of the USSR, State Committee for Lumber, Cellulose-Paper Production, Woodpulp Industry and Forestry, of the State Planning Committee of the USSR Laboratory for Silviculture.
|Statement||(by) R. M. Aleksakhin ; Translated from Russian (by N. Kaner and others ; Edited by S. Alexander).|
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This book provides extensive and comprehensive information to researchers and academicians who are interested in radionuclide contamination, its sources and environmental impact. It is also useful for graduate and undergraduate students specializing in radioactive-waste disposal and its impact on natural as well as manmade › Environmental Sciences › Environmental Chemistry. The Uptake of Strontium and Cesium by Plants from Soil with Special Reference to the Unusual Cesium Uptake by Lowland Rice and Its Mechanism, Soil and Plant Food (Mar)
The measurements of radioactive caesium contamination of plants and fungi showed lowest values of transfer factor for KNPP compared to ShNPP and the impact of soil type on accumulation Cs by This book discusses the fundamentals of general contamination of solid surfaces and water, and reviews the practical procedures and means of applied decontamination available. The five sections of the book cover: (1) fundamentals of radioactive contamination and general principles of decontamination; (2) a detailed consideration of decontamination techniques; (3) organization of decontamination
While workers inside the ruined nuclear plant struggle to contain the build-up of more than 1m tonnes of radioactive water, outside, work continues to remove, process and store soil that will Soil Remediation and Plants provides a common platform for biologists, agricultural engineers, environmental scientists, and chemists, working with a common aim of finding sustainable solutions to various environmental issues. The book provides an overview of ecosystem approaches and phytotechnologies and their cumulative significance in
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After 29–30 years from Chernobyl atomic plant accident the main soil types of Georgia have been examined on contamination presence of Cs and 90 Sr.
Level of radioactive contamination of soils ( Cs deposition) we can separate three levels: I - 0–10 kBq/m 2 - Black, Cinnamonic, Raw carbonate, Mountain meadow, Chernozems, Black forest brown, Primitive and Yellow soils; II - 10–37 Accidental releases, nuclear weapons testing, and inadequate practices of radioactive waste disposal are the principal human activities responsible for radioactive contamination as a new and global form of soil degradation.
Understanding the radionuclide distribution, mobility and bioavailability, as well as the changes caused by the variation of environmental conditions, is essential for soil This book focuses on the mechanistic (microscopic) understanding of radionuclide uptake by plants in contaminated soils and potential use of phytoremediation.
The key features concern radionuclide toxicity in plants, how the radioactive materials are absorbed by plants, and how the plants Get this from a library. Radioactive contamination of soil and plants = (Radioaktivnoe zagryaznenie pochvy i rastenii). [R M Aleksakhin; Mifʻal tirgume ha-madaʻ ha-Yiśreʼeli.] Metal contamination of soils is ubiquitous around the globe.
Metals accumulate in the soils to toxic levels that may lead to accumulation of metals in plants to unacceptable levels. Metal accumulation is a subject of serious concern due to the threat to plant growth, soil quality, animal and human :// Radioactive contaminations in soil by natural and accidental sources, however can affect the agriculture cover and soil biota and its effects on lifeforms is a major concern :// This book focuses on the mechanistic (microscopic) understanding of radionuclide uptake by plants in contaminated soils and potential use of phytoremediation.
The key features concern radionuclide toxicity in plants, how the radioactive materials are absorbed by plants, and how the plants cope › Life Sciences › Biochemistry & Biophysics.
Radioactive contamination occurs when radioactive material is deposited on or in an object or a person. Radioactive materials released into the environment can cause air, water, surfaces, soil, plants, buildings, people, or animals to become contaminated.
A contaminated person has radioactive materials on or inside their :// The accident at TEPCO’s Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant (FNPP) caused serious radioactive contamination across a wide area of eastern Japan.
There is concern about the effect on the environment of cesium ( Cs) and Cs ( Cs), with the relatively long half-life ( Cs, years; Cs, years). Radioactive contamination of soil in certain forest ecosystems in the Republic of Croatia, as a consequence of dry and wet deposition of radionuclides from the atmosphere, has been measured and published (Filipović-Vinceković, Barišić, Mašić, & Lulić, ; Barišić, Lulić, Kezić, & Vertačnik, ).
InSerbia was bombarded by NATO. One of the cities most affected by the consequences of bombardment with uranium is the city of Vranje, where the consequences are felt even today.
Due to the influence of uranium, the mortality rate has increased. This paper presents the effects of some of the radionuclides that have contaminated the soil, as well as the connection between soil and plants Radioactive cesium in stomach content ranged from 3, to 20, Bq/kg, despite the fact that the ostriches were given uncontaminated feed, likely from consumption of soil or plants within or outside the enclosure, rather than the clean feed :// Abstract.
The methods for assessment of possibility of non-exceedance of maximum permissible accumulation levels of 90 Sr and other radionuclides in plants in case of a homogeneous and heterogeneous radiation contamination are proposed.
In case of a homogeneous radioactive contamination, the possibility of non-exceedance of maximum permissible accumulation levels of 90 These include radioactive elements like uranium, thorium, radon, carbon, and radium.
These elements are traced in the soil, water, and rock. While man-made radiations include refining of plutonium, thorium, and mining, explosion and production of nuclear power plants and radioactive isotopes as well as nuclear fuels.
Nuclear Waste Management Interest to radioactive contamination of soils started to form in 60 e 70s of the last century and signi ﬁ cantly increased after Cher- nobyl accident in Chapter 19 introduces a real-time radioisotope imaging system, a pioneering technique to visualize the movement of cesium in soil and in plants.
This is the only book to provide systematic data on the actual change of radioactivity, and as such is of great value to all researchers who wish to understand the effect of radioactive fallout on Radioactive contamination of fish should be prevented because fishes may be taken by anglers and consumed as food.
A safety threshold of Bq/kg of radioactive Cs was introduced in Aprilbut activity concentrations greater than this have been detected in fishes hundreds of kilometers distant from the :// Soil pollution is defined as the build-up in soils of persistent toxic compounds, chemicals, salts, radioactive materials, or disease causing agents, which have adverse effects on plant growth and animal health .Soil is the thin layer of organic and inorganic materials that I.
INTRODUCTION Severe radioactive contamination of land might result from the deposition of fallout originating in the detonation of nuclear weapons or nuclear reactor accidents. The deposition of fallout on soil or plants would introduce radioactive isotopes into the food chains of animals and :// Introduction: radioactively contaminated sites and other environmental impacts from nuclear and radioactive installations.
The use of radioactive materials for a variety of purposes has resulted in contamination of sites (i.e. land areas, including structures, soils, rocks, surface and ground waters, etc.) ://.
Radioactive Contamination of the Tokyo Metropolitan Area: Five Y  - This book presents the 5-year monitoring of radioactive contamination in the Tokyo metropolitan area due to the Fukushima accident, covering radiation monitoring of soil, litter, river, water, seawater, aquatic sediments, fish and shellfish, and plants in urban ://+contamination+of+the+tokyo.This book will inform graduate and undergraduate students who are specializing in radioecology, especially strontium uptake via soil to plants, safe disposal of strontium waste, remediation legacies and impact of strontium waste material on the natural and manmade › Environmental Sciences › Monitoring & Environmental Analysis.The serpentine plant community and respective soils were analyzed to examine the trace metal budget in different tissues of the plants exhibiting resistance to trace metals.
plant species belonging to 39 families and respective soils were analyzed for total Co, Cr, Cu, Fe, Mn, Ni, Pb and ://