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A critical, comparative look at the health effects of Chernobyl  NIRS/WISE Ukraine; UNDP and UNICEF, 25 January 2002 01-10-2003 NM BANDAZHEVSKY CENSORSHIP HEALTH POPULATION IAEA INTELLIGENCE AGENCIES COSTS NUCLEAR ENERGY LOW-LEVEL RADIATION LOBBY COMPANIES MUTATIONS UKRAINE RESEARCH INSTITUTEN RUSSIA CHERNOBYL -DISASTER UNITED NATIONS WHO BELARUS
Besonderheiten beim russischen Reaktor WWER 1000 01-02-1999 AAA IAEA KHMELNITSKI, SU UKRAINE RBMK ROVNO, WESTERN UKRAINE RUSSIA GENERAL TECHNICAL INFORMATION REACTOR SAFETY VVER
Chernobyl - the official story Patterson, Walter C. 01-11-1986 BAS CONGRESS HEALTH POPULATION IAEA UKRAINE OPINION GENERAL RBMK CHERNOBYL -DISASTER SAFETY GENERAL
Chernobyl 20th anniversary in Japan Watanabe, Mikiko 01-03-2006 NUK CONGRESS HEALTH POPULATION IAEA JAPAN UKRAINE RESEARCH INSTITUTEN ACCIDENTS NUCLEAR POWER PLANTS CHERNOBYL -DISASTER
Chernobyl choises  01-06-1994 SAFE G7 / G8 AID TO EASTERN EUROPE IAEA MAP COSTS NUCLEAR ENERGY UKRAINE CLOSURE CHERNOBYL VVER
Chernobyl forum report: A false history Mechtenberg-Berrigan, Molly 01-06-2006 NUKW CONTAMINATION CENSORSHIP HEALTH POPULATION IAEA UKRAINE RESEARCH INSTITUTEN CLEANUP SITES CHERNOBYL -DISASTER WHO
Chernobyl's lengthening shadow Marples, David 01-09-1993 BAS CONTAMINATION HEALTH POPULATION IAEA UKRAINE CHERNOBYL -DISASTER
Chernobyl's living legacy Mettler, Fred A. 01-03-2006 IAEA CONTAMINATION HEALTH POPULATION IAEA UKRAINE RESEARCH INSTITUTEN RADIATION CONSEQUENCES CHERNOBYL -DISASTER
Chernobyl: the great health cover-up Busby, Chris 01-11-1999 ECO CONTAMINATION CONGRESS HEALTH POPULATION IAEA NUCLEAR LOBBY UKRAINE CHERNOBYL -DISASTER
Denial & forgetfulness 01-12-1997 THIR CONTAMINATION CENSORSHIP CESIUM HEALTH POPULATION IAEA IODIN UKRAINE RESEARCH INSTITUTEN STRONTIUM CHERNOBYL -DISASTER
Der deutlich größte Teil des Reaktorinventars wurde infolge einer Kernexplosion 06-04-2006 STRA CONTAMINATION CONGRESS ECRR HEALTH POPULATION IAEA UKRAINE RESEARCH INSTITUTEN RADIATION MEASUREMENTS CHERNOBYL -DISASTER WHO
Desinformation über Schilddrüsenerkrankungen nach Tschernobyl 03-08-2000 STRA HEALTH POPULATION IAEA UKRAINE RESEARCH INSTITUTEN RUSSIA CHERNOBYL -DISASTER BELARUS
Die Klärung von Gesundheitsfolgen des Tschernobyl-Unfalls stößt auf Widerstand Lengfelder, E./ Rabes, H./ Scherb, H./ Frenzel, C. 01-04-2004 STRA CONGRESS HEALTH POPULATION IAEA IODIN UKRAINE RESEARCH INSTITUTEN RADIATION MEASUREMENTS CHERNOBYL -DISASTER UNITED STATES OF AMERICA BELARUS
Gesundheit und Atomanlagen Schmitz-Feuerhake, Prof. Dr. Inge 03-11-2005 STRA CENSORSHIP GERMANY HEALTH POPULATION GKSS UNITED KINGDOM IAEA KRUMMEL, GERMANY UKRAINE RESEARCH INSTITUTEN ACCIDENTS NUCLEAR POWER PLANTS SELLAFIELD RADIATION MEASUREMENTS TMI CHERNOBYL -DISASTER UNITED STATES OF AMERICA WHO WISMUT
Gevolgen Tsjernobyl minder dan gevreesd 01-10-2005 NSK HEALTH POPULATION IAEA UKRAINE RESEARCH INSTITUTEN CHERNOBYL -DISASTER
Hardly the last word Flynn, Michael 01-03-2006 BAS HEALTH POPULATION IAEA NUCLEAR LOBBY UKRAINE RESEARCH INSTITUTEN OPINION GENERAL RADIOACTIVE FOOD CHERNOBYL -DISASTER UNITED NATIONS WHO
International Chernobyl Conference & RBMK Safety Forum 01-01-1996 IAEA IAEA UKRAINE RBMK CHERNOBYL -DISASTER REACTOR SAFETY
Katastrophale Sprachregelung Pflugbeil, Sebastian 06-10-2005 STRA CONGRESS HEALTH POPULATION IAEA UKRAINE RUSSIA RADIATION MEASUREMENTS CHERNOBYL -DISASTER WHO BELARUS
Katastrophenkonferenz - Konferenzkatastrophe 01-04-2006 PLNE CONGRESS HEALTH POPULATION IAEA ICRP UKRAINE RUSSIA RADIATION PERMISSABLE LEVELS CHERNOBYL -DISASTER BELARUS
Kurz und mittelfristige folgen von Tschernobyl vor ort Hacker, Christina 01-04-2001 UN HEALTH POPULATION IAEA UKRAINE GOVERNMENT RADIATION PERMISSABLE LEVELS CHERNOBYL -DISASTER WHO BELARUS
Le nombre de victimes de Tchernobyl largement minimisé : Une étude rélève ... Communiqué Greenpeace 01-05-2006 GN GREENPEACE IAEA UKRAINE REVIEWS RUSSIA CHERNOBYL -DISASTER BELARUS
Nuclear material in the NIS Kenji Murakami; Richard Olsen 01-12-2001 IAEA ARMENIA, SU AZERBAIJAN ESTLAND GEORGIA IAEA KAZAKHSTAN LATVIA LITOUWEN MOLDAVIE NPT UKRAINE UZBEKISTAN EDUCATION RISK ANALYSE SAFEGUARDS TAJIKISTAN SAFETY GENERAL BELARUS
Relations internationales 01-05-2005 CON BELGIUM BULGARIA CHINA CONGRESS EBRD EU / EC G7 / G8 UNITED KINGDOM IAEA JAPAN OECD UKRAINE PWR RUSSIA UNITED STATES OF AMERICA WENRA SOUTH AFRICA SWITZERLAND
Risky business Wesolowsky, Tony 01-05-2001 BAS BOHUNICE, SLOVAKIA CONSTRUCTION NUCLEAR POWER PLANT BULGARIA EBRD ENERGY POLICY, NUCLEAR EURATOM G7 / G8 AID TO EASTERN EUROPE IAEA IGNALINA KHMELNITSKI, SU COSTS NUCLEAR ENERGY KOZLODUY, BULGARIA LITOUWEN UKRAINE RBMK ROVNO, WESTERN UKRAINE RUSSIA SLOVAKIA CLOSURE SUBSIDIES FOR NUCLEAR POWER CHERNOBYL REACTOR SAFETY VVER
Slighting the World's worst industrial catastrophe rebutted Bertell, Dr. Rosalie 01-12-2005 NUKW CONTAMINATION CENSORSHIP ECONOMY – GENERAL HEALTH POPULATION OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH IAEA UKRAINE RESEARCH INSTITUTEN RUSSIA CHERNOBYL -DISASTER EMPLOYMENT BELARUS
Strenghtened safeguards do their stuff 01-01-2005 TV IAEA UKRAINE SAFEGUARDS CHERNOBYL ENRICHMENT SOUTH KOREA
Tactical game about strategic weapons Dassen, Lars van 01-01-2006 NUCL IAEA NPT UKRAINE SAFEGUARDS CHERNOBYL -DISASTER
The Chernobyl legacy  (645-646.5752) Rebecca Harms, MEP 09-06-2006 NM CONTAMINATION CONGRESS GERMANY EBRD ECONOMY – GENERAL EUROPE HEALTH POPULATION UNITED KINGDOM IAEA COSTS NUCLEAR ENERGY UKRAINE RADIOACTIVE FOOD RUSSIA SARCOPHAGUS CHERNOBYL -DISASTER BELARUS
The continuing story of Chornobyl Mudde, Christien 01-06-2006 NVMP ATOMIC STATE CONTAMINATION CENSORSHIP CONGRESS HEALTH POPULATION IAEA IPPNW UKRAINE RESEARCH INSTITUTEN RADIOACTIVE FOOD CHERNOBYL -DISASTER WHO
The Decade of Despair David R.Marples 01-05-1996 BAS BODEM VERVUILING G7 / G8 HIROSHIMA IAEA LOW-LEVEL RADIATION UKRAINE RBMK RUSSIA RADIATION CONSEQUENCES CHERNOBYL CHERNOBYL -DISASTER BELARUS