Home >> Vital Arctic Graphics (2004 edition) >> Global atmospheric and underground nuclear explosions since 1945
File type Download Size Language
.pdf .pdf Download 1 mb -
.jpg .jpg Download 221 kb -
Uploaded on Friday 17 Feb 2012 by GRID-Arendal

Global atmospheric and underground nuclear explosions since 1945

Year: 2006 Author: Philippe Rekacewicz, UNEP/GRID-Arendal
Nuclear explosions - especially the atmospheric tests in the Arctic and from US, UK and Chinese tests at other sites in the world - are the primary source of radioactive contamination in the Arctic. Releases from nuclear fuel reprocessing plants in Europe are the second largest source of Arctic radioactivity, while the Chernobyl reactor accicent is the third.
Views: 512     Downloads: 163     Rating: 4
Dates of river ice break-up in the Arctic
How much sea ice will be left in 2050?
Cesium 137 from nuclear weapon testing fallout (1995 figures)
Greenland, indigenous population
Vital Arctic Graphics (postcards)
Arctic Russia under the threat of radioecologic pollution
Seasonal alternation of the Kangiryuarmiut (early 20th century)
Dates of river ice freeze-up in the Arctic