Bookcover of Radioactivity Exploration
Booktitle:

Radioactivity Exploration

From the Arctic to the Antarctic

LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing (2017-05-17 )

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ISBN-13:

978-3-330-08613-5

ISBN-10:
3330086130
EAN:
9783330086135
Book language:
English
Blurb/Shorttext:
Our first Arctic expedition was “Ymer-80” conducted during 1980 from June 23 to October 6. The aim was to commemorate the discovery of the Northeast Passage by Adolf Erik Nordenskiöld in 1878-1880. Bengt Forkman, professor at Lund University, engaged the professor in radioecology Bertil Persson, to arrange an environmental radioactivity research program for the Ymer-80 expedition. He in turn engaged his student Elis Holm, who was investigating plutonium isotopes in the environment. For the logistics we found Kjell-Åke Carlsson, mechanical engineer at the department of radiation physics at Lund University. After a successful Ymer-80 expedition, we continued the exploration of radioactivity from the Arctic to the Antarctic with the following expeditions arranged by the Swedish Polar Research Program: The expedition “SWEDARP” 1988 -1989, started from Gothenburg with destination Antarctica. In 1991 the Arctic Ocean with the Swedish icebreaker M/S Oden. During 1994 the joint Swedish-Russian “Tundra Ecology-94” with the Russian ice-breaking research vessel R/V Akademik Fedorov as platform went along the Siberian coastline. Finally, in 1996 the Arctic Ocean with the M/S Oden.
Publishing house:
LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing
Website:
https://www.lap-publishing.com/
By (author) :
Bertil RR Persson, Elis Holm
Number of pages:
116
Published on:
2017-05-17
Stock:
Available
Category:
Ecology
Price:
32.90 €
Keywords:
air, Arctic, BIOTA, Environment, Radioactivity, Radon, 210Pb, 210Po, 7Be, 90Sr, 129I, 99Tc transuranics, sea-water, Antactic, 137Cs

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