Gli stati coinvolti dall’incidente di Chernobyl

FEDERAZIONE RUSSA: L’EREDITA’ DI CHERNOBYL

Reg. di Bryansk:
Valori di contaminazione (kBq/m2) da I131
Reg. di Orel:
Valori di contaminazione (kBq/m2) da I131
Reg. di Bryansk.
Valori di incidenza (per 100.000 unità) dal 1986 al 1991 del cancro alla tiroide sulla popolazione femminile
Reg. di Bryansk.
Valori di incidenza (per 100.000 unità) dal 1992 al 1999 del cancro alla tiroide sulla popolazione femminile
Reg. di Bryansk.
Valori di contaminazione (kBq/m2) da Cs137 Bianco/Nero
Reg. di Bryansk.
Valori di contaminazione (kBq/m2) da Cs137 Colori

DOCUMENTO:
Cancro alla tiroide negli adolescenti e negli adulti nei territori maggiormente contaminati della Fed. Russa dopo l’incidente di Chernobyl – IRSN (pdf – 740Kb.)

Conseguenze sanitarie della catastrofe di Chernobyl

Fonte: Radiation and Risk by Richard Wilson
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1. Bullettin of the National Radiation and Epidemiological Registry. zip-728Kb.
2. Dynamics of thyroid cancer incidence in Russia following the Chernobyl accident: eco-epidemiological analysis 172Kb.
3. Thyroid dose and thyroid cancer incidence after the Chernobyl accident: assessment for the Bryansk region of Russia 269Kb.
4. Cancer and no-cancer registration system among Chernobyl liquidators and the population living in the areas contaminated with radionuclides in Russia 185Kb.
5. Assessment of radiation risk of cancer and non-cancers diseases, 1986-1999 (Russia) 94Kb.
6. Reduction in annual intake of Cs 137 by the population after countermeasures application on leached and podzolided chernozems 37Kb.
7. Oncoepidemiological situation in the Kaluga oblast of Russian Federation 10 years after the Chernobyl accident 114Kb.
8. Exposure of the population in the Russian Federation as a result of the Chernobyl accident 293Kb.
9. Influence of dynamics of I 131 fallout due to the ChNPP accident on value of absorbed doses in thyroid for population of Bryansk and Kaluga regions of Russia 252Kb.
10. Thiroid doses for the population of Russia as a result of the Chernobyl accident (retrospective analysis) 164Kb.
11. Retrospective estimation of individual accumulated doses for population of Bryansk region irradiated as a result of Chernobyl accident using tooth enamel EPR-spectroscopy technique 81Kb.
12. Radioiodine accumulation on soil and reconstruction of doses from iodine exposure on the territory contaminated after the Chernobyl accident 657Kb.
13. Brief analysis of the calculated mean effective doses, which had been accumulated by the residents of the settlements of the Russian Federation affected by radioactive contamination due to the accident at the Chernobyl NPP in 1986 for the period from 1986 through 1995 296Kb.
14. Distribution of the settlements of the Bryansk oblast with 137Cs mean contamination density above 37 kBq/m2 in accordance with mean accumulated effective dose (mSv) of internal and external exposure to of adults who permanently resided in the affected areas from the time of the Chernobyl accident up to December 31, 1995 236Kb.
15. Distribution of settlements of the Kaluga oblast with 137Cs mean contamination density above 37 kBq/m2 in accordance with mean accumulated effective dose (mSv) of internal and external exposure of adults permanently resided in the affected areas since the Chernobyl accident up to December 31, 1995 147Kb.
16. Distribution of settlements of the Tula oblast with 137Cs mean contamination density above 37 kBq/m2 in accordance with mean accumulated effective dose (mSv) of internal and external exposure of adults permanently resided in the affected areas since the Chernobyl accident up to December 31, 1995 260Kb.
17. Distribution of settlements of the Oriol oblast with 137Cs mean contamination density above 37 kBq/m2 in accordance with mean accumulated effective dose (mSv) of internal and external exposure of adults permanently resided in the affected areas since the Chernobyl accident up to December 31, 1995 216Kb.
18. Distribution of settlements of the Ryazan oblast in accordance with mean accumulated effective dose (mSv) of internal and external exposure of adults permanently resided in the affected areas since the Chernobyl accident up to December 31, 1995 243Kb.
19. Distribution of settlements of the Lipetsk oblast in accordance with mean accumulated effective dose (mSv) of internal and external exposure of adults permanently resided in the affected areas since the Chernobyl accident to December 31, 1995 189Kb.
20. Distribution of persons registered at the RNMDR (Russian National Medical and Dosimetric Registry) by individual territories and groups of registration, as of 01.12.1997 218Kb.
21. Distribution of the RNMDR -Russian National Medical and Dosimetric Registry- sample members examined in 1996 by individual territories and health status groups (absolute number and % of the total number of the examined) 196Kb.
22. Distribution of the rnmdr -Russian National Medical and Dosimetric Registry- sample members by individual territoriesa nd disability groups in 1996 (absolute number and % of the examined) 220Kb.
23. Distribution of RNMDR (Russian National Medical and Dosimetric Registry) sample members by individual territories, sex and age, as of o1.12.97 198Kb.
24. Distribution of the RNMDR (Russian National Medical and Dosimetric Registry) sample members by age and individual groups of registration as of 01.12.97. Russia (RNMDR as a whole) 289Kb.
25. Distribution of the RNMDR (Russian National Medical and Dosimetric Registry) residents of the most contaminated oblasts of Russia with radionuclides by individual territories and age (as of 01.12.97) 133Kb.
26. Distribution of residents of most contaminated oblasts of Russia having participated in compulsory medical examination over the period 1993 to 1996 (absolute amount and % of the RNMDR residents) 176Kb.
27. The Database of Russian National Medical and Dosimetric Registry: current state as of 01.12.1997. Brief review 267Kb

Mappe e tabelle

Le mappe locali della contaminazione Le mappe europee della contaminazione in PDF
Le tabelle della contaminazione

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