Environmental Management and Health: Volume 11 Issue 5


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Computer technology for waste management for Chernobyl remediation

I.V. Sergienko, V.M. Yanenko, O.V. Gaiduk, N.I. Proskura, N.V. Yanenko

The computer technology (CT) for modelling of the ecology‐economic situation in the alienation zone (AZ) of Chenobyl is developed. It includes the databases of potentially…

Towards sustainable development in the mid‐west region of Ireland

Ruth Kelly, Richard Moles

The University of Limerick, Ireland, in collaboration with the major local authorities in the mid‐west region of Ireland (Limerick County Council, Limerick Corporation…


Genetic processes in chronically irradiated populations of small mammals

Nadezhda Ivanovna Ryabokon, Igor Ivanovich Smolich, Rose Iosiphovna Goncharova

Dynamics of population mutagenesis during 22 consecutive generations of animals, as well as genetic radioadaptation were studied in natural populations of small mammals…

Environmental health aspects of coastal bathing water standards in the UK

J. Parker, S. Frost

Over 300 million gallons of sewage are discharged into the sea around the coastline of Britain each year. Raw or partially treated sewage contains a mixture of…


Risk assessment of radiation‐induced thyroid cancers in Belarus

Mikhail V. Malko

The paper presents results of a qualitative assessment of the morbidity and mortality in thyroid cancers by the Belarusian population caused by the Chernobyl accident. In…



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