ISSN 0131-3878

 

 

 

 

RADIATION

AND

RISK

 

 

Bulletin of the National Radiation
and Epidemiological Registry

 

 

Special Issue, 1999

 

Mean effective accumulated doses

 

 

 

 

English Translation by scientists in Obninsk

Edited by Richard Wilson, Harvard University

 

 

 

 

Obninsk                                                                          Harvard University

Nr Moscow, Russia                                                        Cambridge, MA 02138, USA

 

 


Editor - in - Chief

 

A.F.Tsyb

 

Academician of RAMS; Chairman, All-Russia Scientific Commission on Radiation Protection;

Director, Medical Radiological Research Center of RAMS (Obninsk)

 

 

Deputy Editor

 

V.K.Ivanov

 

Corr. Member of RATS; Member of All-Russia Scientific Commission on Radiation Protection;
Deputy Director, Medical Radiological Research Center of RAMS (Obninsk)

 

 

Editorial Coordinator

 

V.A.Sokolov

 

Cand. Sc., Biology

 

 

Analytical group for the special issue

 

D. Sc., Biology

 

M.I.Balonov

 

Cand. Sc., Tech.

 

M.N.Savkin

 

Cand. Sc., Phys.-Math.

 

V.A.Pitkevich

 

N.V.Shchukina

 

 

 

 

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Contents

 

 

Introduction....................................................................................................................................................................... 5

 

Brief analysis of calculated mean effective doses, which had been accumulated

by the residents of the settlements of the Russian Federation affected by radioactive

contamination due to the accident at the Chernobyl NPP in 1986

for the period from 1986 through1995........................................................................................................................ 6

 

Table T1.1

Distribution of settlements of the Bryansk oblast with 137Cs mean contamination density

above 37 kBq/m2 in accordance with mean accumulated effective dose (mSv) of internal

and external exposure of adults permanently resided in the affected areas

since the Chernobyl accident to December 31, 1995.............................................................................................. 17

 

TABLE T1.2

Mean accumulated effective external and internal doses in adults who have resided

in settlements of the Bryansk oblast with 137Cs mean contamination density

above 37 kBq/m2 since the Chernobyl accident to the end of 1995...................................................................... 21

 

TABLE T2.1

Distribution of settlements of the Kaluga oblast with 137Cs mean contamination density

above 37 kBq/m2 in accordance with mean accumulated effective dose (mSv) of internal

and external exposure of adults permanently resided in the affected areas

since the Chernobyl accident to December 31, 1995.............................................................................................. 43

 

TABLE T2.2

Mean accumulated effective external and internal doses in adults who have resided

in settlements of the Kaluga oblast with 137Cs mean contamination density

above 37 kBq/m2 since the Chernobyl accident to the end of 1995...................................................................... 45

 

TABLE T3.1

Distribution of settlements of the Tula oblast with 137Cs mean contamination density

above 37 kBq/m2 in accordance with mean accumulated effective dose (mSv) of internal

and external exposure of adults permanently resided in the affected areas

since the Chernobyl accident to December 31, 1995.............................................................................................. 54

 

TABLE T3.2

Mean accumulated effective external and internal doses in adults who have resided

in settlements of the Tula oblast with 137Cs mean contamination density

above 37 kBq/m2 since the Chernobyl accident to the end of 1995...................................................................... 57

 

TABLE T4.1

Distribution of settlements of the Oriol oblast with 137Cs mean contamination density

above 37 kBq/m2 in accordance with mean accumulated effective dose (mSv) of internal

and external exposure of adults permanently resided in the affected areas

since the Chernobyl accident to December 31, 1995.............................................................................................. 86

 

TABLE T4.2

Mean accumulated effective external and internal doses in adults who have resided

in settlements of the Oriol oblast with 137Cs mean contamination density

above 37 kBq/m2 since the Chernobyl accident to the end of 1995...................................................................... 89

 

TABLE T5.1

Distribution of settlements of the Ryazan oblast in accordance with mean accumulated

effective dose (mSv) of internal and external exposure of adults permanently resided

in the affected areas since the Chernobyl accident to December 31, 1995........................................................ 110

 

 

TABLE T5.2

Mean accumulated effective external and internal doses in adults who have resided

in settlements of the Ryazan oblast since the Chernobyl accident to the end of 1995..................................... 113

 

TABLE T6.1

Distribution of settlements of the Lipetsk oblast in accordance with mean accumulated

effective dose (mSv) of internal and external exposure of adults permanently resided

in the affected areas since the Chernobyl accident to December 31, 1995........................................................ 129

 

TABLE T6.2

Mean accumulated effective external and internal doses in adults who have resided

in settlements of the Lipetsk oblast since the Chernobyl accident to the end of 1995..................................... 131