Scope—Radtest: Radioactivity from Nuclear Test Explosions: The Human and Environmental Consequences
The SCOPE—RADTEST Program** consists of an international collaborative study involving Russia, the U.S.A., the U.K., China, and Kazakhstan. It focuses on the releases of radioactivity that resulted from nuclear test explosions that have taken place at various test sites around the world for peaceful and military purposes.
KeywordsMigration Geochemistry Explosive Radionuclide Bioaccumulation
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