Assessment of Human Exposure
The first AMAP assessment concluded that: ‘The vulnerability of Arctic terrestrial ecosystems results in a fivefold higher exposure to radioactive contamination compared to that in temperate areas’. Many post-Chernobyl studies have demonstrated that the highest exposures do not necessarily occur in the most contaminated areas, especially in the mid- to long-term after an accident.
807: Persistent Toxic Substances, Food Security, and Indigenous Peoples of the Russian North
11 Aug 2014
Assessment of Human Exposure.pdf