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Ramzaev, Valery; Mishine, Arkady; Basalaeva, Larisa; Brown, Justin (2009): (Table 3) Overview of 137Cs and 90Sr ground depositions, and 137Cs/90Sr ratios for sites around the 'Kraton-3' area. PANGAEA, https://doi.org/10.1594/PANGAEA.786502, In supplement to: Ramzaev, V et al. (2007): Radiostrontium hot spot in the Russian Arctic: ground surface contamination by 90Sr at the 'Kraton-3' underground nuclear explosion site. Journal of Environmental Radioactivity, 95(2-3), 107-125, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jenvrad.2007.02.004

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Burtcev, I S; Kolodeznikova, E N (1994): A report on the results of the fieldwork 'Markha-93' conducted at the sites of PUNEs 'Kraton-3' and 'Crystal' in 1993. The Republic of Sakha (Yakutia) State Committee on Civil Defence, Emergency Situations, and Mitigation of the Consequences of Natural Catastrophes, 22 July 1994, Yakutsk, Russia (in Russian), 42 pp.
Chevychelov, A P; Sobakin, P I (2004): Geo-chemical basis for radiation safety in the regions of the accidental underground nuclear explosions 'Crystal' and 'Kraton-3'. In: Juravskaya, AN; Argunova, TV; Shadrin, AP; Ushnitsky, VE (Eds.) Radiation Safety of the Republic of Sakha (Yakutia). Proceedings of the Second Republican Research and Practical Conference, Yakutsk, 2-4 December, 2003. YaF GU 'SO RAN Publishing house', Yakutsk, Russia (in Russian), 204-215
Kovalev, V K (2002): A mapping of the 'Kraton-3' site using a satellite navigator: the area contamination by artificial radionuclides, exposure dose rates and further monitoring of contamination. Technical report. Ministry of the Environment of the Republic of Sakha (Yakutia), Radiation Safety Control Department, Yakutsk, Russia (in Russian), 21 pp.
Miretsky, G I; Cyganov, A S; Bylinkin, S V; Popov, A O; Ramzaev, P V; Chugunov, V V (1997): Hygienic assessment of underground peaceful nuclear explosions in Russian Arctic. Extended Abstracts from 'The Third International Conference on Environmental Radioactivity in the Arctic, Tromsø, Norway, June 1-5, 1997', TROMSPRODUCT AS, Tromsø, Norway, 2, 152-155
Ramzaev, P V; Miretsky, G I; Troitskaya, M N; Dudarev, A A (1993): Radioecological peculiarities around the Novaya Zemlya (USSR) atomic test range. Int. J. Radiat. Hyg., 1, 1-13
Coverage:
Latitude: 65.928000 * Longitude: 112.334000
Minimum Elevation: 300.0 m * Maximum Elevation: 300.0 m
Event(s):
Kraton-3 * Latitude: 65.928000 * Longitude: 112.334000 * Elevation: 300.0 m * Location: Sakha Republic, Russia
Parameter(s):
#NameShort NameUnitPrincipal InvestigatorMethodComment
1Sample typeSamp typeRamzaev, Valery
2Time coverageCoverageRamzaev, Valerytime of sampling
3Sample amountN#Ramzaev, Valery
4Sample commentSample commentRamzaev, Valery
5Caesium 137 per area137CsBq/m2Ramzaev, Valerymin
6Caesium 137 per area137CsBq/m2Ramzaev, Valerymax
7Strontium 90 per area90SrBq/m2Ramzaev, Valerymin
8Strontium 90 per area90SrBq/m2Ramzaev, Valerymax
9Caesium 137/Strontium 90 ratio137Cs/90SrRamzaev, Valerymin
10Caesium 137/Strontium 90 ratio137Cs/90SrRamzaev, Valerymax
11Caesium 137/Strontium 90 ratio137Cs/90SrRamzaev, Valerymean
12Standard deviationStd dev±Ramzaev, Valeryof mean 137Cs/90Sr
13Reference/sourceReferenceRamzaev, Valery
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