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Uptake of Iron-55 by Marine Sediment, Macroalgae, and Biota Following Discharge from a Nuclear Power Station
Measurement of radioactivity in Arizona groundwater using improved analytical techniques for samples with high dissolved solids
Towards complete biodiversity assessment: an evaluation of the subterranean bacterial communities in the Oklo region of the sole surviving natural nuclear reactor
Dynamics of radionuclide concentrations in calcified tissues of reindeer in the western Russian Arctic
Geochemical effects on colloid-facilitated metal transport through zeolitized tuffs from the Nevada Test Site
Dose reconstruction for weapons experiments involving super(140)La at Los Alamos National Laboratory, 1944-1962
Long-term variations of man-made radionuclide concentrations in a bio-indicator Mytilus galloprovincialis from the French Mediterranean coast
Dynamic compartmental food chain model of radiocaesium transfer to Apodemus sylvaticus in woodland ecosystems
The explosion at the Chernobyl nuclear power plant on 26 April 1986 released vast amounts of radioactive material over an area of 200,000 km2 in eastern and central Europe, affecting all living organisms. The biological impacts including the conservation consequences of this event are still poorly known even 25 years after the disaster. Here we assess the effects of this environmental disaster for conservation by focusing on two connected questions addressing the short-term ecological and the long-term evolutionary consequences: First, we pose the question of whether rare species are more impacted by radiation than common species? Second, what are the conservation consequences of elevated mutation rates due to the...
Measurements indicating abundance of radioactive elements in near-surface rocks. Grids and flight-line data from surveys flown 1976-1980.
Gross alpha and beta radioactivities associated with aquatic environments of upper-east Tennessee impacted by industrial and mining activities.