Scientific and technical publications

Fauna of Vertebrate Animals of The Chornobyl Exclusion Zone (Ukraine)
Fauna of vertebrate animals of the Chornobyl Exclusion Zone (Ukraine)

 Authors: S.P. Gashchak, D.A. Vishnevskii, A.A. Zaleskii

The review of the species composition and data on the general state of vertebrates’ fauna in Ukrainian Chornobyl Zone at the end of ХХ- beginning of ХХІ centuries was presented. The complete list of vertebrate animals species living or existing within the territory of the Exclusion Zone was composed. Information on each species was considered. The information regarding the taxonomic diversity of vertebrates’ fauna, presence and modern state of Red Book species was summed up. The following conclusion was made: the Chornobyl Zone for any of several reasons should refer to one of the categories of the objects of natural-reserved funds of Ukraine and should be included into All-European ecology net due to the size (2500 km2) of its territory and diversity of animals species, taking into account the role of this region in life of many migrating animals species, and regarding the long-term reservation conditions.

The following are the areas to apply the research results: cenosis ecology, zoology, hunting, reserve and nature protection work.

Slavutych – Chornobyl 2006

Vertebrates Fauna of The Chornobyl Zone in Ukraine
Vertebrates Fauna of the Chornobyl Zone in Ukraine

 Authors: S.P. Gaschak, А.А. Zalesskii, О.G. Buntova, D.A. Vishnevskiy, O.M. Kotliarov

The book summarizes findings of the study of species and general status of vertebrates’ fauna within the Ukrainian part of the Chornobyl Zone. The book presents a complete list of vertebrates inhabiting the Chornobyl zone (including those in the Red Book) and analyzes the information available on each of the species.

The book can be of special interest to specialists in the areas of ecology, zoology, hunting, and environmental management.

Slavutych-Chornobyl, 2002

Scientific and Technical Aspects of Chornobyl. Digest of Scientific Articles. Issue 4
Scientific and Technical Aspects of Chornobyl. Digest of Scientific Articles. Issue 4

 The digest contains presentations and scientific articles prepared and discussed by the participants of the International Chornobyl Center Conference entitled ‘2000: International Cooperation For Chornobyl’. The materials outline the outcome of the joint international projects implemented at Chornobyl site and aimed at decommissioning, radioactive waste management and transforming the Shelter Object into an ecologically safe system. The digest also addresses issues related to the ecology of the Exclusion Zone and contaminated territories, health effects of the Chornobyl accident, social and economic problems faced by the town of Slavutych due to ChNPP closure, and opportunities for investments and business development in the Special Economic Zone ‘Slavutych’.

This publication can be of special interest to scientific and practical specialists in the area of nuclear energy safe utilization, nuclear and radiation safety, ecology and medicine.

General editors: V.N. Glygalo, A.V. Nosovskii

Editorial board: V. Kukhar, V. Baryakhtar, V. Bebeshko, M. Bondarkov, S. Barbashov, S Bugaenko, V. Vasilchenko, I. Vishnevskii, Ye. Garin, V. Glygalo, V. Grischenko, V. Kim, A. Kliuchnikov, J. Kostenko, M. Kurilchik, J. Nedashkovskii, N. Nigmatullin, A. Nosovskii, J. Nemchinov, S. Ogorodnik, J. Samoilenko, E. Tolkach, V. Tolstonogov, V. Udovychenko, V. Kholosha, V. Chebrov, V. Shestopalov, P. Shmarin – Ukraine; I. Tazhibaeva – Kazakhstan, R. Awan, D. Couch, J. Turner, G. Herndon, D. Hill, R. Chesser – USA; I. Downing, N. Devis, P. Norton – UK; F. Biyon, Zh.L. Frishe – France; H. Teske, – Germany; F. Gasperini–European Commission; J. Amano, K. Aoki – Japan.

Kyiv: Politekhnika, 2002

Slavutych: Issues of Radioecology
Slavutych: Radioecology

 Authors: A.V. Nosovskii, B.Ya. Oskolkov, E.A. Ivanov, V.P. Udovychenko

Edited by: A.V. Nosovskii, B.Ya. Oskolkov

The book summarizes the work related to comprehensive rehabilitation of radiation contaminated areas of Slavutych. It presents radiation monitoring procedures and practical activities setting conditions for safe life of the population.

The book can be of special interest to scientific and practical specialists in the area of dosimetry, radiation ecology and medicine. It can be useful for students of special higher education institutions.

Kyiv: Vysshaya Shkola, 2001

Scientific and Technical Aspects of International Cooperation for Chornobyl. Digest of Scientific Articles. Issue 3
Scientific and Technical Aspects of International Cooperation for Chornobyl. Digest of Scientific Articles. Issue 3

 The digest contains presentations and scientific articles prepared and discussed by the participants of the International Chornobyl Center Conference ‘2000: International Cooperation For Chornobyl’. The materials outline the outcome of the joint international projects implemented at Chornobyl site and aimed at decommissioning, radioactive waste management and transforming the Shelter Object into an ecologically safe system. The digest also addresses the issues related to the ecology of the Exclusion Zone and contaminated territories, health effects of the Chornobyl accident, as well as social and economic problems faced by the town of Slavutych due to ChNPP closure, and opportunities for investments and business development in ‘Slavutych’ Special Economic Zone.

This publication can be of special interest to scientific and practical specialists in the field of nuclear energy safe utilization, nuclear and radiation safety, ecology and medicine.

General editors: V.N. Glygalo, A.V. Nosovskii

Editorial board: V. Kukhar, V. Baryakhtar, V. Bebeshko, M. Bondarkov, V. Vasilchenko, I. Vishnevsky, Ye. Garin, V. Glygalo, V. Grischenko, A. Kliuchnikov, O. Mikolaichuk, N. Nigmatullin, A. Nosovskii, J. Nemchinov, S. Ogorodnik, V. Udovychenko, V. Kholosha, V. Shestopalov – Ukraine; T. Lash, D. Couch, G. Herndon, D. Hill, R. Chesser – USA; I. Downing, N. Devis, P. Norton – the UK; F. Biyon, Zh.L. Frishe – France; H. Teske – Germany.

Kyiv: Vysshaya Shkola, 2001

Scientific and Technical Aspects of International Cooperation for Chornobyl. Digest of Scientific Articles. Issue 2
Scientific and Technical Aspects of International Cooperation for Chornobyl. Digest of Scientific Articles. Issue 2
 The digest contains presentations and scientific articles prepared and discussed by the participants of the 1999 Conference ‘International Cooperation for Chornobyl’. The materials outline the results obtained achieved while implementing joint international projects aimed at enhancing NPP Units safety, decommissioning and radioactive waste management. The digest also addresses the issues related to transforming the Shelter Object into an ecologically safe system, medical and ecological aspects of the 1986 accident at Chornobyl NPP, as well as social and economic problems faced by the town of Slavutych following the premature closure of ChNPP Units.

This publication can be of special interest to scientific and practical specialists in the area of nuclear energy safe utilization, nuclear and radiation safety, ecology and medicine.

Executive editors: V.N. Glygalo, A.V. Nosovskii

Editorial board: V. Kukhar (Ukraine), V. Baryakhtar (Ukraine), V. Madia (USA), T. Knowles (the UK), A. Nosovskii (Ukraine), T. Lash (USA), A. Whitehead (the UK), V. Glygalo (Ukraine), I. Vishnevskii (Ukraine), L. Dodd (USA), A. Kliuchnikov (Ukraine), J. Nemchinov (Ukraine), S. Ogorodnik (Ukraine), V. Shestopalov (Ukraine), J.J. Doublecourt (France), R. Chesser (USA), V. Bebeshko (Ukraine), V. Udovychenko (Ukraine).

Slavutych: UkrAtomIzdat, 2000

Scientific and Technical Aspects of International Cooperation for Chornobyl. Digest of Scientific Articles and Reports. Issue 1
Scientific and Technical Aspects of International Cooperation for Chornobyl. Digest of Scientific Articles and Reports. Issue 1The digest contains presentations and scientific articles prepared and discussed by the participants of the International Chornobyl Center conferences: “1997: International Cooperation for Chornobyl NPP and Slavutych” and “1998: International Cooperation for Chornobyl”. These materials describe the results of joint international projects aimed at ChNPP power units safety improvement, decommissioning and radioactive waste management. The digest also addresses issues related to the Shelter Object transformation into an ecologically safe system, ecological and medical aspects of the 1986 accident at Chornobyl NPP.This publication can be of special interest to scientific and practical specialists in the field of nuclear energy safe utilization, nuclear and radiation safety, ecology and medicine.Executive editors: V.N. Glygalo, A.V. NosovskiiEditorial board: V. Baryakhtar, V. Madia, T. Knowles, V. Vasilchenko, I. Vishnevskii, D. Grodzinsky, L. Dodd, A. Kliuchnikov, V. Kupny, E. Senin, V. Shestopalov, Ye. GarinSlavutych : UkrAtomIzdat , 1999
Dosimetry and Radiation Safety at Nuclear Power Plant
Dosimetry and Radiation Safety at Nuclear Power PlantAuthors: А.А. Alekseev, V.V. Andreev, V.N. Badovsky, Ye.V. Garin, V.N. Glygalo, А.V. Nosovskii, B.Y. Oskolkov, А.А. Popov, V.A. Seida, V.B. ShostakReviewers: Professor Baryakhtar V.G., Academician of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine, A.A. Kliuchhikov, Doctor of Technical Sciences, Corresponding Member of National Academy of Sciences of UkraineThe book describes the fundamentals of dosimetry and radiation safety principles, specific features of nuclear power facilities as technical units posing high radiation risk. Proceeding from the experience gained in eliminating effect of Chornobyl accident, legislative and regulatory documents of Ukraine, and in compliance with the latest recommendations of the International Atomic Energy Agency, the United Nations Scientific Committee on the Effects of Atomic Radiation and Radiation Protection International Committee, the authors present the concept of acceptable risk, main principles of ionizing radiation norms, protection and radiation monitoring at the Chornobyl NPP.The book is intended for experts working in the area of radiation safety and protection of nuclear industry enterprises, scientific and technical specialists, designers, medical, sanitary and epidemiology specialists, students of higher institutions specializing in dosimetry and radiation protection.Slavutych : UkrAtomIzdat , 1998
Shelter Object. History, Actual Status and Future Prospects
Shelter Object. History, Actual Status and Future ProspectsAuthors: V.N. Gerasko, А.А. Kliuchnikov, А.А. Korneyev, V.I. Kupnyi, A.V. Nosovsky, V.N. ShcherbinEdited by: A.A. Kliuchnikov, Ph.D. in Technical Sciences, Corresponding Member of National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine.This monograph presents the first attempt to summarize and systematize the results of research carried out at the Shelter Object during ten years after Chornobyl NPP Unit 4 accident. These materials contain the detailed analysis of the accident development chronology, diagnosing of the destroyed Unit, description of the control systems, the research results related to characteristics of fuel-containing materials, their location and nuclear and radiation safety status. The monograph also describes the inspection results of the construction being used as the foundation for the newly erected protective casing. The analysis of the Shelter impact on the environment has been done, the assessment of the possible emergency consequences is provided. The monograph contains the assessment of the projects submitted for a tender to transform the Shelter into ecologically safe system; the prospects for implementation of these projects and the activities related to high-level radioactive waste removal from the Unit are considered.The monograph is intended for scientists and experts dealing with nuclear and radiation safety and radioactive waste management.Kyiv, 1997
Chornobyl Nuclear Power Plant – Slavutych: Medical Aspects
Chornobyl Nuclear Power Plant - Slavutych: Medical AspectsEdited by: V.G. Bebeshko, А.V. Nosovskii, D.А. BazykaReviewers: E.V. Giulling, Corresponding Member of the National Academy of Sciences and Academy of Medical Sciences of Ukraine (Kyiv Medical Academy of Post-Graduate Education), A.F. Lazar, Doctor of Medical Sciences (Ukrainian National Medical University).The monograph ‘Chornobyl Nuclear Power Plant – Slavutych: Medical Aspects’ was written in collaboration with the team of leading experts from the Clinical Radiology Institute of the National Center of Radiological Medicine under the Academy of Medical Sciences, Chornobyl NPP, and medical experts from Kyiv research institutes who are engaged in practical medical aid and research related to ionizing radiation health effects.The book presents the results of dynamic medical examination of Chornobyl NPP personnel, adults and children of Slavutych. Of special interest is the new comprehensive health assessment of the Shelter Object personnel. Significant attention is paid to the scientific generalization of the data on low- and medium-radiation doses affecting people, pathogenesis in the accident medical post-effects.The book is intended for scientists and technicians involved in dosimetry, radiation protection, and radiation medicine, as well as specialists from health and epidemiological services.

Kyiv: Vysshaya Shkola, 1996.

Retrospective Dosimetry of Accident Remediation Personnel at the Chornobyl Nuclear Power Plant
Retrospective Dosimetry of Accident Remediation Personnel at the Chornobyl Nuclear Power PlantPublished with the support of the State Specialized Enterprise ‘Chornobyl Nuclear Power Plant’ and Stock Company ‘Institute for Fuel and Energy Sector Problems’.Authors: S.V. Illichiov, О.А. Kochetkov, V.P. Kriuchkov, V.К. Mazurik, А.V. Nosovskii, D.А. Pavlov, I.B. Snisar, А.G. TsovianovReviewers: G.N. Koval’, Ph.D. in Biology (Institute for Nuclear Research, National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine), L.V. Timofeev, Ph.D. in Technical Sciences (Russian Institute of Biophysics)This monograph presents the first attempt to summarize the materials concerning the dosimetry aspects of accident remediation at Unit 4 in 1986: Implementation and results of individual dosimetric monitoring of accident remediation personnel in 1986, quality of individual exposure monitoring, and biodosimetric methods for retrospective reconstruction of the doses received by accident remediation personnel. Special attention is paid to describing a method for simulating the process due to which the radiation doses were received and to a detailed analysis of the results obtained with the help of this method. Unlike biodosimetric methods, this method makes it possible to obtain the time-differential radiation dose pattern; which, in fact, laid the basis for preparation of the materials used in this monograph.This monograph may be of interest to scientists and technicians involved in dosimetry, radiation protection, and radiation medicine, as well as for specialists of hygienic and epidemiological services.

Kyiv: Seda-Style, 1996