Modelling of normalized consequences of 137Cs deposition in various aquatic environments

Vesa Suolanen, U. Bergström, John Brittain, Lars Håkanson, Rudie Heling, Luigi Monte

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Abstract

A compartmental modelling approach for several European freshwater ecosystem has been used to predict dynamically the concentrations of 137Cs in lake water and in food-chains. The predicted doses from 13'7Cs depositions have been further normalized, i.e. converted to dose per equal deposition for each freshwater environment considered. Improved confidence in the model predictions has been achieved through comparisons with the results of measurements carried out in several countries after the accident at the Chernobyl reactor.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationEnvironmental Impact of Radioactive Releases
Place of PublicationVienna
PublisherInternational Atomic Energy Agency IAEA
Pages677-679
ISBN (Print)92-0-104495-X
Publication statusPublished - 1995
MoE publication typeNot Eligible
EventInternational Symposium on Environmental Impact of Radioactive Releases - Vienna, Austria
Duration: 8 May 199512 May 1995

Publication series

SeriesIAEA Proceedings
NumberIAEA-SM--339
ISSN0074-1884

Conference

ConferenceInternational Symposium on Environmental Impact of Radioactive Releases
CountryAustria
CityVienna
Period8/05/9512/05/95

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Suolanen, V., Bergström, U., Brittain, J., Håkanson, L., Heling, R., & Monte, L. (1995). Modelling of normalized consequences of 137Cs deposition in various aquatic environments. In Environmental Impact of Radioactive Releases (pp. 677-679). Vienna: International Atomic Energy Agency IAEA. IAEA Proceedings, No. IAEA-SM--339
Suolanen, Vesa ; Bergström, U. ; Brittain, John ; Håkanson, Lars ; Heling, Rudie ; Monte, Luigi. / Modelling of normalized consequences of 137Cs deposition in various aquatic environments. Environmental Impact of Radioactive Releases. Vienna : International Atomic Energy Agency IAEA, 1995. pp. 677-679 (IAEA Proceedings; No. IAEA-SM--339).
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Suolanen, V, Bergström, U, Brittain, J, Håkanson, L, Heling, R & Monte, L 1995, Modelling of normalized consequences of 137Cs deposition in various aquatic environments. in Environmental Impact of Radioactive Releases. International Atomic Energy Agency IAEA, Vienna, IAEA Proceedings, no. IAEA-SM--339, pp. 677-679, International Symposium on Environmental Impact of Radioactive Releases, Vienna, Austria, 8/05/95.

Modelling of normalized consequences of 137Cs deposition in various aquatic environments. / Suolanen, Vesa; Bergström, U.; Brittain, John; Håkanson, Lars; Heling, Rudie; Monte, Luigi.

Environmental Impact of Radioactive Releases. Vienna : International Atomic Energy Agency IAEA, 1995. p. 677-679 (IAEA Proceedings; No. IAEA-SM--339).

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Suolanen V, Bergström U, Brittain J, Håkanson L, Heling R, Monte L. Modelling of normalized consequences of 137Cs deposition in various aquatic environments. In Environmental Impact of Radioactive Releases. Vienna: International Atomic Energy Agency IAEA. 1995. p. 677-679. (IAEA Proceedings; No. IAEA-SM--339).