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Archive for August 2013

New Safe Confinement: current status

New Safe Confinement: current status
Within the NSC Project at the construction site the following works are being performed: – Preliminary assembling of the Arch metal structure panels; – Assembling of the Arch metal structures; – Installation of casing girders; – Assembling of external and internal casing of the Arch; – Reinforcing […]Read more

After Chernobyl, complexity surrounds local health problems

(CNN) — Yulia Gorelik describes her 8-year-old son, Daniel, as “a very clever boy.” He plays “Fur Elise” with elegant ease on the piano and enjoys eating McDonald’s chicken nuggets. Mother and son arrived in the United States this summer through an organization called Hope for Chernobyl’s […]Read more

Chernobyl’s legacy recorded in trees

Chernobyl's legacy recorded in trees
Exposure to radiation from the 1986 Chernobyl accident had a lasting negative legacy on the area’s trees, a study has suggested. Researchers said the worst effects were recorded in the “first few years” but surviving trees were left vulnerable to environmental stress, such as drought. They added […]Read more

NSC construction progress

NSC construction progress
Within the NSC Project at the construction site the following works are being performed: – Preliminary assembling of the Arch metal structure panels; – Assembling of the Arch metal structures; – Installation of casing girders; – Displacement of the hoisting towers; – Assembling of external and internal […]Read more
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