Chernobyl's catastrophe and it’s consequences for the human health

Доклад - 18 апреля, 2006
Twenty years after the Chernobyl disaster, the need for continued study of its far-reaching consequences remains as great as ever. On 26th April 1986, the term ‘peaceful atom’ disappeared in the dark cloud above the burning nuclear reactor number four of the Chernobyl nuclear power plant in the former Soviet Union. The most significant and wide ranging technological catastrophe in the history of mankind occurred in a small Ukrainian town on the Pripyat river. Overnight, the name of Chernobyl became known to the whole world.

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