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Research Activities about the Radiological Consequences of the Chernobyl NPS Accident and Social Activities to Assist the Sufferers by the Accident

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CONTENTS
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1. Research Activities of the Nuclear Safety Research Group of KURRI with Belarussian, Russian and Ukrainian Colleagues about the Chernobyl Accident

Tetsuji Imanaka    <Zipped WORD file for Windows: 13kB>

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2. Chernobyl Accident: the Crisis of the International Radiation Community

Mikhail V. Malko   <Zipped WORD file for Windows: 37kB>

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3. General Situation of the Radiological Consequences of the Chernobyl Accident in Ukraine

Dmytro M. Grodzinsky   <Zipped WORD file for Windows: 26kB>

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4. Legislation and Research Activity in Belarus about the Radiological Consequences of the Chernobyl Accident: Historical Review and Present Situation

Vladimir P. MATSKO, Tetsuji IMANAKA <Zipped WORD file for Windows: 24kB>

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5. Legislation and Research Activity in Russia about the Radiological Consequences of the Chernobyl Accident

Igor A. Ryabzev, Tetsuji Imanaka <Zipped WORD file for Windows: 24kB>

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6. Legislation in Ukraine about the Radiological Consequences of the Chernobyl Accident

Oleg Nasvit   <Zipped WORD file for Windows: 17kB>

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7. Research and Managing Institutions in Ukraine concerning the Radiological Consequences of the Chernobyl Accident

Oleg Nasvit   <Zipped WORD file for Windows: 16kB>

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8. Assessment of the Chernobyl Radiological Consequences

Mikhail V. Malko   <Zipped WORD file for Windows: 155kB>

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9. Relationship between 131I and 137Cs Deposition on Soil in the Territory of Belarus after the Chernobyl Accident.

Vladimir. A. Knatko, Igor I. Ivachkevich, Valentina D. Asimova 
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10. Isotope Fractionation of Uranium in the Process of Leaching of Nuclides of Dispersed Fuel of RBMK of the Chernobyl NPP

German N. Bondarenko, Emlen V. Sobotovich <Zipped WORD file for Windows: 43kB>

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11. Impact of Radiation on the Population during the First Weeks and Months after the Chernobyl Accident and Health State of the Population 10 Years Later

Alla Yaroshinskaya   <Zipped WORD file for Windows: 10kB>

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12. Chernobyl 1996: New Materials concerning Acute Radiation Syndrome around Chernobyl

Vladimir M. Lupandin   <Zipped WORD file for Windows: 15kB>

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13. Overview of Different Information about Acute Radiation Syndrome among Inhabitants around Chernobyl

Alla Yaroshinskaya   <Zipped WORD file for Windows: 20kB>

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14. Dose Assessment for Inhabitants Evacuated from the 30-km Zone Soon after the Chernobyl Accident

Tetsuji Imanaka, Hiroaki Koide  <Zipped WORD file for Windows: 68kB>

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15. Current State of Epidemiological Studies in Belarus about Chernobyl Sufferers

Vladimir P. Matsko   <Zipped WORD file for Windows: 26kB>

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16. Epidemiological Studies in Russia about the Consequences of the Chernobyl APS Accident

Igor A. Ryabzev   <Zipped WORD file for Windows: 25kB>

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17. Dynamics of Health Status of Residents in the Lugyny District after the Accident at the ChNPS

Ivan Godlevsky, Oleg Nasvit  <Zipped WORD file for Windows: 62kB>

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18. Radiation Situation and Health Statistics of the People in the Tula Region of Russia after the Chernobyl Catastrophe 

J. Socorro Delgado Andia @@@<Zipped WORD file for Windows: 85kB>

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19. Present Status of Childhood Thyroid Carcinoma in Belarus following the Chernobyl Accident

Akira Sugenoya, Yuri E. Demidchik, Evgeny P. Demidchik 
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20. Lens Opacities in Children of Belarus Affected by the Chernobyl Accident

A. N. Arinchin, L. A. Ospennikova  <Zipped WORD file for Windows: 20kB>

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21. Genetic Consequences of the Chernobyl Accident for Belarus Republic

Gennady Lazjuk, Yukio Satow, Dmitri Nikolaev, Irina Novikova
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22. Monitoring of Cytogenetic Damages in Peripheral Lymphocytes of Children Living in Radiocontaminated Areas of Belarus

Ludmila S. Mikhalevich   <Zipped WORD file for Windows: 14kB>

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23. Study of Genetic Effects in Somatic Cells of Children Living on the Contaminated Territories in Belarus

Ludmila S. Mikhalevich   <Zipped WORD file for Windows: 30kB>

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24. Results of Long-term Genetic Monitoring of Animal Populations Chronically Irradiated in the Radiocontaminated Areas

Rose Goncharova and Nadezhda Riabokon   <Zipped WORD file for Windows: 25kB>

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25. Cytogenetic Effects of the Action of Ionizing Radiations on Human Populations

Vladimir A. Shevchenko, Galina P. Snigiryova <Zipped WORD file for Windows: 49kB>

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26. Estimation of Absorbed Doses on the Basis of Cytogenetic Methods

Vladimir A. Shevchenko, Galina P. Snigiryova, Alexander V. Rubanovich
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27. Peculiarities of Biological Action of Low Irradiation Doses and Their Probable Relation to the Health State of Participants of Chernobyl Accident Liquidation

E.B. Burlakova, A.N. Goloshchapov, N.V. Gorbunova, S.M. Gurevich, G.P. Zhizhina, A.I. Kozachenko, A.A. Konradov, D.B. Korman, E.M. Molochkina, L.G. Nagler, I.B. Ozerova, S.I. Skalatskaya, M.A. Smotryaeva, O.A. Tarasenko, Yu.A. Treshchenkova, V.A. Shevchenko         <Zipped WORD file for Windows: 188kB>

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28. Chernobyl Sufferers in Ukraine and Their Social Problems: Short Outline

Volodymyr Tykhyi   <Zipped WORD file for Windows: 25kB>

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29. Social Aspects of the Chernobyl Activity in Belarus

Mikhail V. Malko

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30. Problems of Social Assistance to the Chernobyl Sufferers in Russia

Alla Yaroshinskaya

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31. Legal Regime of the Chernobyl Problems in the USSR, Belarus, Russia and the Ukraine

Milan Zgersky   <Zipped WORD file for Windows: 12kB>

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32. Collection of Interesting Data Published in Various Documents

Tetsuji Imanaka

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Title and Member List of the International Collaboration Study

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Investigation of Research Activities about the Radiological Consequences of the Chernobyl Accident in Russia, Belarus and Ukraine after the Collapse of the USSR
Tetsuji Imanaka; Research Reactor Institute, Kyoto University; Kumatori-cho, Sennan-gun, Osaka 590-04, Japan; imanaka@rri.kyoto-u.ac.jp

Hiroaki Koide; Research Reactor Institute, Kyoto University; Kumatori-cho, Sennan-gun, Osaka 590-04, Japan; koide@rri.kyoto-u.ac.jp

Vladimir P. Matsko; Institute of Radiobiology, Academy of Sciences of Belarus; Zhodinskaya st. 2, Minsk 220600, Belarus; irb@irb.belpak.minsk.by

Igor A. Ryabzev, Institute of problems of Ecology and Evolution, Russian Academy of Sciences; Leninsky st. D-33, Moscow 117071, Russia; ryabzev@glasnet.ru

Oleg Nasvit; Institute of Hydrobiology, National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine; pr. 12 Geroev Stalingrada, Kyiv 254210, Ukraine; oleg@nasvit.pp.kiev.ua

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Investigation of Research Activities about the Radiological Consequences of the Chernobyl Accident and Social Activities to Assist Its Sufferers in Russia, Belarus and Ukraine
Tetsuji Imanaka, Hiroaki Koide, Vladimir P. Matsko, Igor A. Ryabzev, Oleg Nasvit

Alla Yaroshinskaya; Yaroshinskaya Charity Fund, Beresnevskaya Naberezhnaya 20/2, Moscow 103790, Russia; yaro@glas.apc.org

Mikhail V. Malko; Institute of Physical and Chemical Radiation Problems, Academy Sciences of Belarus; Sosny, Minsk 220109, Belarus;

Mvmalko@malkom.belpak.minsk.by

Volodymyr Tykhyi; Environmental Education and Information Center; POB 136, Kyiv 254070, Ukraine; eeic@gulk.apc.org

Satoshi Sugiura; Japan Chernobyl Fund; Asama-Onsen 3-22-33-5, Matsumoto 390, Japan

If you want to get a printed version of our report, please send e-mail to Imanaka with your post address.

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