Radiation Monitoring of the Republic Tajikistan
Radiation Monitoring of the Area and Atmosphere of Coal-Producing Regions, Ionizing Radiation Sources, and Territory of the Republic of Tajikistan Polluted by Radioactive Wastes
Tech Area / Field
- ENV-RWT/Radioactive Waste Treatment/Environment
- ENV-EHS/Environmental Health and Safety/Environment
3 Approved without Funding
Tajik State National University, Tajikistan, Dushanbe
- Yerevan State University, Armenia, Yerevan\nEcology and Scientific-Technical Progress, Tajikistan, Khujand\nNuclear and Radiation Safety Agency, Tajikistan, Dushanbe
- Université du Maine, France, Le Mans\nFriedrich-Schiller-Universitat / Institut fur Geowissenschaften, Germany, Jena\nUniversity of Thessaloniki / Department of Chemistry, Greece, Thessaloniki\nEcometal S.R.L, Italy, Brescia\nForschungszentrum Jülich GmbH / Department of Safety and Radiation Protection, Germany, Jülich\nIstituto Nazionale di Fisica Nucleare (INFN), Italy, Milan\nUniversity of Florida / College of Engineering/Department of Nuclear and Radiological Engineering, USA, FL, Caipesville\nStoller Ingenieurtechnik GmbH, Germany, Dresden
The main purpose of the Project is to form a radiation map of the Republic of Tajikistan on the basis of holding radiation monitoring of the coal producer territories and areas of uranium extraction by opened methods, tailing dumps, burial of radioactive wastes, in Soghd region and Rasht valley.
The Project participants intend to inspect some spots of radioactive burial in Tajikistan. More specifically they will check the safety condition of the spots and determine how far they meet the prescribed technical and sanitary norms.
Likewise, the group will check the medical safety of populated environment, and will give some recommendations for the improvement of the inventory, keeping, exploitation, transportation conditions, and safety of the IRS.
Supervision restore over radioactivity levels of environment has become an urgent problem in modern Tajikistan in the light of the recent nuclear weapon’s tests by its neighbors such as Pakistan, India, China and the other neighboring countries. These test are probably one of the main causes for the radioactive infection of Tajikistan’s territory.
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