Address: office 1410a, 17 Naberezhnaya Severnoy Dviny, Arkhangelsk, 163002, Russian Federation, Northern (Arctic) Federal University named after M.V. Lomonosov

Phone: (818-2) 21-61-21
E-mail: vestnik_est@narfu.ru
http://aer.narfu.ru/en/

ABOUT

Radioactive Isotopes in the Soils of Arkhangelsk Industrial Agglomeration. Pp. 12–20.

Версия для печати

Section: Geosciences

UDC

551.464.550.84.523.47

Authors

Kiselev Georgy Petrovich, Institute of Ecological Problems of the North, Ural Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences (Arkhangelsk, Russia)

Bazhenov Aleksandr Viktorovich, Institute of Ecological Problems of the North, Ural Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences (Arkhangelsk, Russia)

Kiseleva Irina Mikhailovna, Institute of Ecological Problems of the North, Ural Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences (Arkhangelsk, Russia)

Abstract

The article refers to a many years’ research on radioactive isotopes in the soils of Arkhangelsk industrial agglomeration. The research has discovered dependence of the natural radioactive isotope concentration and distribution in soil horizons on the soil type and its pedogenic rock. 137Cs concentration is under the value of the global nuclear fallout. 137Cs in the soils of Arkhangelsk industrial agglomeration is connected to organic substance; its migration speed also depends on the composition of the pedogenic rock.

Keywords

Arkhangelsk industrial agglomeration, soils, radioactive isotopes, quaternary sediments.

The full-text version of the article can be requested through the university’s library.

References

  1. Aleshchukin L.V., Pol’skiy B.N. Prakticheskie zanyatiya, polevaya praktika i mezhsessionnye zadaniya po geografii pochv s osnovami pochvovedeniya [Practical Lessons, Field Sessions and Inter-Session Assignments on Geography of Soils and Soil Science Fundamentals]. Moscow, 1985. 63 p.
  2. Atlas Arkhangel’skoy oblasti [Atlas of the Arkhangelsk Region]. Moscow, 1976. 72 p.
  3. Baranov V.I., Morozova N.G. Povedenie estestvennykh radionuklidov v pochvakh [Behaviour of Natural Radionuclides in the Soils]. Sovremennye problemy radiobiologii [Current Issues of Radiobiology]. Moscow, 1971, vol. 2, pp. 13–41.
  4. State Standard 17.4.4.02-84 Nature Protection. Soils. Methods for Sampling and Preparation of Soils for Chemical, Bacteriological and Helminthological Analysis. Moscow, 1984. 7 p. (in Russian).
  5. State Standard 17.4.2.03-86. Nature Protection. Soils. Passport of Soil. Moscow, 1987. 4 p. (in Russian).
  6. State Standard 17.4.3.01-83. Nature Protection. Soils. General Requirements for Sampling. Moscow, 2004. 4 p. (in Russian).
  7. “Progress” Software. Version 3.1. User’s Guide. Moscow, 1997. 32 p. (in Russian).
  8. Methods of Measuring Radionuclide Activity in Samples on the Gamma-Ray Scintillation Spectrometer Using “Progress” Software. 1986. 37 p. (in Russian).
  9. Kryauchyunas V.V. Estestvennaya i tekhnogennaya radioaktivnost’ pochv Arkhangel’skoy promyshlennoy aglomeratsii: avtoref. dis. … kand. geol.-miner. nauk [Natural and Man-Made Radioactivity of Soils in the Arkhangelsk Industrial Agglomeration: Cand. Geol.-Mineral. Sci. Diss. Abs.]. Arkhangelsk, 2008.
  10. Kiselev G.P., Bazhenov A.V., Kryauchyunas V.V., Kiseleva I.M. Radioaktivnyy monitoring Arkhangel’skoy promyshlennoy aglomeratsii [Radioactive Monitoring of the Arkhangelsk Industrial Agglomeration]. Ural atomnyy. Ural promyshlennyy: tr. XI Mezhdunar. ekol. simpoziuma [The Nuclear Urals. The Industrial Urals: Proc. 11th Int. Environmental Symposium]. Yekaterinburg, 2005, pp. 54–55.