Many-sided Approach to the Realities of the Chernobyl NPP Accident

- Summing-up of the Consequences of the Accident Twenty Years After (II) -

Edited by Imanaka T.
May 2008


KURRI KR-139 (5.5Mb)

Contents (in Japanese)

Preface

Page

1.         What happened at that time?

Imanaka T.

1

2.         Current state of «Shelter» object

Klyuchnykov O.

20

3.         Analysis of the version gEarthquake is the cause of the Chernobyl accidenth

Karpan N.

66

4.         Chornobyl: the danger for the global civilization

Scherbak Yu.

79

5.         Military liquidators in liquidation of the consequences of Chornobyl NPP accident: myths and realities

Skaletsky Y., Nasvit O.

91

6.         My good life in Pripyat, the disaster caused by Chernobyl, and the catastrophe of the nuclear power station and of our lives

Dikaya T.V.

105

7.         Discrepancy between the contamination pattern and the daily radiationsurvey data used for external dose estimation of evacuees from the 30-km zone

Imanaka T., Koide H.

110

8.         Early and late cytogenetic effects study in groups exposed due to the Chernobyl accident using conventional chromosome analysis and fluorescence in situ hybridisation (FISH) technique

Maznyk N.

116

9.         Some issues of long-term investigations of genetic consequences of the Chernobyl accident

Lazjuk G., Satow Y.

 

129

10.     Doses of the whole body irradiation in Belarus as a result of the Chernobyl accident

Malko M.V.

136

11.     Increase of regional total cancer incidence in north Sweden due to the Chernobyl accident

Tondel M.

147

12.     Radiation risk assessment of leukemia in children of Belarus

Malko M.V.

151

13.     Trans-generational effects of radiation exposure from the Chernobyl nuclear plant accident: a review of studies using mutation markers of repeat DNA sequences

Furitsu K.

165

14.     Cytogenetic effect of low dose radiation in plant test-systems: non-linear dose-effect relationship

Gerasfkin S. et.al

179

15.     Social-economic consequences of the Chernobyl catastrophe

Kholosha V.

193

16.     Do we have reliable tool? Considering the efficiency of Chornobyl legislation

Nasivit O.

203

17.     Solving the social problems caused by the Chernobyl catastrophe: 20 years is not enough

Tykhyy V.

211

18.     Six of us left behind with mom

Melnichenko E.

230

19.     Activities of Chernobyl Children's Fund, Japan

Mukai Y.

233

20.     NANOHANA project at contaminated area by bio-remedy with rapeseed plant in Narodichi, Ukraine: a challenge of Chernobyl-Chubu Association

Tomura K.

238

21.     Episodes from my experience in Belarus

Kitajima R.

244

22.     Citizensf action in response to radiation from Chernobyl

Watanabe M.

248

23.     From archives of VUChK-GPU-NKVD-KGB: Chernobyl tragedy in documents and materials

Tykhyy V.

252