1457) Threat To Turkey From Potential Accidents At The Soviet-Designed Metsamor Nuclear Power Plant, Armenia Tracer And...

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The Chernobyl Nuclear Plant Accident, which occurred in 1986, has unfortunately not been the center of concern in Turkey. Recently, because of the increasing number of cancer diseases in Northern Turkey which was the most affected area of Turkey from the accident, his has become a current issue. Actually, even today, scientists in many countries are still interested in the problem concerning the consequences of the accident in affected areas, primarily related to the state of the health of today’s and future generations. The results of Fesenko et al. (2005) study showed that in the early period after the Chernobyl accident for many biota species (primarily for terrestrial flora and fauna) in the most affected areas, an excess of irradiation over the critical levels has been observed. On the other hand, after the Chernobyl accident, several European countries were affected by large and highly radioactive particles (Pöllanen et al., 1997). In the Chernobyl accident most of the particulate material was deposited within 20 km of the plant, but about one-third was transported even thousands of kilometers (Powers et al., 1987).
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