Magazine:
Tag: UKRAINE×

Description: country (part of Soviet Union till 1-9-1991)

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A chronology of Soviet media coverage Amerisov, Alexander 01-08-1986 BAS UKRAINE MEDIA CHERNOBYL -DISASTER
A dosimeter for every dacha Schoenfeld, Gabriel 01-07-1989 BAS WASTE GENERAL CONTAMINATION HEALTH POPULATION NUCLEAR WEAPONS TESTING UKRAINE RADIOACTIVE FOOD SEMIPALATINSK RADIATION PERMISSABLE LEVELS CHERNOBYL -DISASTER
A nuclear power advocate reflects on Chernobyl Weinberg, Alvin M. 01-08-1986 BAS INHERENTLY SAFE AND NEW UKRAINE OPINION POLLS PHASE-OUT PIUS RISK ANALYSE TMI CHERNOBYL -DISASTER REACTOR SAFETY UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
Bait and switch universal? 01-11-1991 BAS COSTS NUCLEAR ENERGY UKRAINE RUSSIA CHERNOBYL -DISASTER
Censorship and Chernobyl 01-07-1991 BAS CENSORSHIP UKRAINE CHERNOBYL -DISASTER
Chernobyl 01-05-1996 BAS UKRAINE RUSSIA RADIATION CONSEQUENCES CHERNOBYL -DISASTER BELARUS
Chernobyl - the official story Patterson, Walter C. 01-11-1986 BAS CONGRESS HEALTH POPULATION IAEA UKRAINE OPINION GENERAL RBMK CHERNOBYL -DISASTER SAFETY GENERAL
Chernobyl and the U.S. nuclear industry Albright, David 01-11-1986 BAS CESIUM HEALTH POPULATION HANFORD N, USA NRC UKRAINE RADIOACTIVE FOOD RBMK SAVANNAH RIVER CLOSURE RADIATION PERMISSABLE LEVELS CHERNOBYL -DISASTER REACTOR SAFETY UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
Chernobyl's lengthening shadow Marples, David 01-09-1993 BAS CONTAMINATION HEALTH POPULATION IAEA UKRAINE CHERNOBYL -DISASTER
Chernobyl: answers slipping away Gale, Robert Peter 01-09-1990 BAS CONTAMINATION HEALTH POPULATION UKRAINE CLEANUP SITES RADIATION PERMISSABLE LEVELS CHERNOBYL -DISASTER BELARUS
Coping with Chernobyl Myers, Nancy 01-09-1992 BAS ON SITE WASTE STORAGE CONTAMINATION HEALTH POPULATION UKRAINE CLOSURE GENERAL TECHNICAL INFORMATION CHERNOBYL CHERNOBYL -DISASTER
Estimating long-term health effects Hippel, Frank von/ Cochran, Thomas B. 01-08-1986 BAS CONTAMINATION CESIUM HEALTH POPULATION OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH IODIN IODINE PILLS MAP NUCLEAR WEAPONS TESTING MICRONESIE / PACIFIC UKRAINE RADIATION PERMISSABLE LEVELS CHERNOBYL -DISASTER UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
Getting down to business Lockwood, Dunbar 01-01-1995 BAS KAZAKHSTAN NUCLEAR WEAPONS COSTS NUCLEAR ENERGY MAYAK UKRAINE RUSSIA UNITED STATES OF AMERICA BELARUS
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
Hope blooms 01-05-1996 BAS BODEM VERVUILING UKRAINE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
Hospital number six: a first-hand report McCally, Michael 01-08-1986 BAS HEALTH POPULATION UKRAINE RADIATION PERMISSABLE LEVELS CHERNOBYL -DISASTER
How radiation victims suffer Abrams, Herbert L. 01-08-1986 BAS HEALTH POPULATION HIROSHIMA JAPAN LOS ALAMOS, NM, USA UKRAINE ACCIDENTS NUCLEAR POWER PLANTS RADIATION PERMISSABLE LEVELS CHERNOBYL -DISASTER UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
Inside the Beast Sergei Kiselyov 01-05-1996 BAS ARMENIA, SU CONTAMINATION UKRAINE RADIATION CONSEQUENCES CHERNOBYL CHERNOBYL -DISASTER
Nuclear deception: Soviet information policy Hoffmann, Erik P. 01-08-1986 BAS KYSHTYM, URAL, SU UKRAINE MEDIA GOVERNMENT RUSSIA CHERNOBYL -DISASTER
Nuclear deception: the U.S. record Bernstein, Barton J. 01-08-1986 BAS AEC CONTAMINATION CENSORSHIP HANFORD N, USA HIROSHIMA NUCLEAR WEAPONS TESTING MARSHALL ISLANDS NEVADA TEST SITE UKRAINE GOVERNMENT RADIATION PERMISSABLE LEVELS CHERNOBYL -DISASTER UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
On the zirconium trail 01-09-1995 BAS THEFT / MISSING UKRAINE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA ZIRCON
Revelations of a Chernobyl insider Marples, David R./ Risovanny, Yuri 01-12-1990 BAS WASTE GENERAL CONTAMINATION HEALTH POPULATION UKRAINE DECOMMISSIONING RBMK ROVNO, WESTERN UKRAINE CLEANUP SITES CHERNOBYL CHERNOBYL -DISASTER REACTOR SAFETY EMPLOYEES
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
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
The international response Fischer, David A.V. 01-08-1986 BAS IAEA INHERENTLY SAFE AND NEW NEA OECD UKRAINE SAFEGUARDS RADIATION GENERAL CHERNOBYL -DISASTER SAFETY GENERAL WHO
The shutdown question A.R.Sich 01-05-1996 BAS G7 / G8 AID TO EASTERN EUROPE UKRAINE RBMK CHERNOBYL CHERNOBYL -DISASTER REACTOR SAFETY
Too cheap to meter 01-09-1990 BAS CONTAMINATION COSTS NUCLEAR ENERGY UKRAINE CLEANUP SITES CHERNOBYL -DISASTER
Truth was an early casualty Alexander R.Sich 01-05-1996 BAS BODEM VERVUILING IAEA UKRAINE RUSSIA RADIATION CONSEQUENCES CHERNOBYL -DISASTER BELARUS
Ukraine fallout debate Marples, David R. 01-12-1989 BAS HEALTH POPULATION UKRAINE RADIATION PERMISSABLE LEVELS CHERNOBYL -DISASTER
What happened at reactor four Thompson, Gordon 01-08-1986 BAS UKRAINE RESEARCH INSTITUTEN ACCIDENTS NUCLEAR POWER PLANTS PLUTONIUM RBMK GENERAL TECHNICAL INFORMATION CHERNOBYL -DISASTER REACTOR SAFETY UNITED STATES OF AMERICA ZIRCON