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Latitude: 65.928000 * Longitude: 112.334000
Minimum Elevation: 300.0 m * Maximum Elevation: 300.0 m
|#||Name||Short Name||Unit||Principal Investigator||Method||Comment|
|1||Sample type||Samp type||Ramzaev, Valery|
|2||Time coverage||Coverage||Ramzaev, Valery||time of sampling|
|3||Sample amount||N||#||Ramzaev, Valery|
|4||Sample comment||Sample comment||Ramzaev, Valery|
|5||Caesium 137 per area||137Cs||Bq/m2||Ramzaev, Valery||min|
|6||Caesium 137 per area||137Cs||Bq/m2||Ramzaev, Valery||max|
|7||Strontium 90 per area||90Sr||Bq/m2||Ramzaev, Valery||min|
|8||Strontium 90 per area||90Sr||Bq/m2||Ramzaev, Valery||max|
|9||Caesium 137/Strontium 90 ratio||137Cs/90Sr||Ramzaev, Valery||min|
|10||Caesium 137/Strontium 90 ratio||137Cs/90Sr||Ramzaev, Valery||max|
|11||Caesium 137/Strontium 90 ratio||137Cs/90Sr||Ramzaev, Valery||mean|
|12||Standard deviation||Std dev||±||Ramzaev, Valery||of mean 137Cs/90Sr|
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