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Record #84223:

The Chernobyl accident. A meteorological analysis of how radionuclides reached Sweden / Christer Persson, Henning Rodhe, Lars-Erik De Geer.

Title: The Chernobyl accident. A meteorological analysis of how radionuclides reached Sweden / Christer Persson, Henning Rodhe, Lars-Erik De Geer.
Author(s): Persson, Christer.
Rodhe, Henning.
Geer, Lars-Erik De.
Date: 1986.
In: SMHI Reports. Meteorology and Climatology. (1986.), Vol. 55 (1986)
Abstract: Atmospheric transport and deposition are described on basis of data and theoretical calculations of dispersion. Radioactive cloud from explosion of 26 April was carried over Baltic, with first nuclides probably reaching SE Sweden on 27th. High concentrations in Svealand appeared that evening. Deposition was of both dry and wet particles. Mapping was done through gamma radiation detectors on aircraft. Cs was mainly wet deposit, with ⁹⁵Zr and ²³⁹Np mainly dry. Sweden probably caught 10% of whole Cs emission.
Notes:

SMHI Reports. Meteorology and Climatology. Vol. 55 :1-49 (1986).

Keywords: 502 -- Environmental issues.
504.054 -- Pollution.
621.039 -- Atomic and nuclear energy.
F -- Biological sciences.
(*3) -- Arctic regions.
(*57) -- Sweden.
SPRI record no.: 84223

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