M I Balonov

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Affiliation: International Atomic Energy Agency
Country: Austria

Publications

  1. ncbi The Chernobyl Forum: major findings and recommendations
    M I Balonov
    International Atomic Energy Agency, Wagramerstrasse 5, P O Box 100, A 1400 Vienna, Austria
    J Environ Radioact 96:6-12. 2007
  2. ncbi Contribution of internal exposures to the radiological consequences of the Chernobyl accident
    M I Balonov
    International Atomic Energy Agency, Wagramer Strasse, 5, PO Box 100, Vienna, A 1400, Austria
    Radiat Prot Dosimetry 127:491-6. 2007
  3. ncbi Twenty years' application of agricultural countermeasures following the Chernobyl accident: lessons learned
    S V Fesenko
    International Atomic Energy Agency, 1400 Vienna, Austria
    J Radiol Prot 26:351-9. 2006
  4. ncbi Soil-dependent uptake of 137Cs by mushrooms: experimental study in the Chernobyl accident areas
    M V Kaduka
    Research Institute of Radiation Hygiene, St Petersburg, Russia
    J Environ Radioact 89:199-211. 2006
  5. ncbi Model testing using data on 137Cs from Chernobyl fallout in the Iput River catchment area of Russia
    K M Thiessen
    SENES Oak Ridge Inc, Center for Risk Analysis, 102 Donner Drive, Oak Ridge, TN 37830, USA
    J Environ Radioact 84:225-44. 2005
  6. ncbi Lake fish as the main contributor of internal dose to lakeshore residents in the Chernobyl contaminated area
    I G Travnikova
    Institute of Radiation Hygiene, Mira Street 8, 197101 St Petersburg, Russia
    J Environ Radioact 77:63-75. 2004
  7. ncbi 131I content in the human thyroid estimated from direct measurements of the inhabitants of Russian areas contaminated due to the Chernobyl accident
    A A Bratilova
    Institute of Radiation Hygiene, Mira St 8, 197136, St Petersburg, Russia
    Radiat Prot Dosimetry 105:623-6. 2003
  8. ncbi External exposure of the population living in areas of Russia contaminated due to the Chernobyl accident
    V Yu Golikov
    Institute of Radiation Hygiene, Mira Street 8, 197101 St Petersburg, Russia
    Radiat Environ Biophys 41:185-93. 2002
  9. ncbi Current contamination by 137Cs and 90Sr of the inhabited part of the Techa river basin in the Urals
    V N Shutov
    Research Institute of Radiation Hygiene, St Petersburg, Russia
    J Environ Radioact 61:91-109. 2002
  10. ncbi Assessment of current exposure levels in different population groups of the Kola Peninsula
    I G Travnikova
    Research Institute ol Radiation Hygiene, St Petersburg, Russia
    J Environ Radioact 60:235-48. 2002

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Publications10

  1. ncbi The Chernobyl Forum: major findings and recommendations
    M I Balonov
    International Atomic Energy Agency, Wagramerstrasse 5, P O Box 100, A 1400 Vienna, Austria
    J Environ Radioact 96:6-12. 2007
    ....
  2. ncbi Contribution of internal exposures to the radiological consequences of the Chernobyl accident
    M I Balonov
    International Atomic Energy Agency, Wagramer Strasse, 5, PO Box 100, Vienna, A 1400, Austria
    Radiat Prot Dosimetry 127:491-6. 2007
    ..The major demonstrated radiation-caused health effect of the Chernobyl accident has been an elevated incidence of thyroid cancer in children...
  3. ncbi Twenty years' application of agricultural countermeasures following the Chernobyl accident: lessons learned
    S V Fesenko
    International Atomic Energy Agency, 1400 Vienna, Austria
    J Radiol Prot 26:351-9. 2006
    ..This paper for the first time summarises key data on countermeasure application over twenty years for all three countries and describes key lessons learnt from this experience...
  4. ncbi Soil-dependent uptake of 137Cs by mushrooms: experimental study in the Chernobyl accident areas
    M V Kaduka
    Research Institute of Radiation Hygiene, St Petersburg, Russia
    J Environ Radioact 89:199-211. 2006
    ....
  5. ncbi Model testing using data on 137Cs from Chernobyl fallout in the Iput River catchment area of Russia
    K M Thiessen
    SENES Oak Ridge Inc, Center for Risk Analysis, 102 Donner Drive, Oak Ridge, TN 37830, USA
    J Environ Radioact 84:225-44. 2005
    ..The accuracy of model predictions is dependent at least in part on the experience and judgment of the participant in interpretation of input information, selection of parameter values, and treatment of uncertainties...
  6. ncbi Lake fish as the main contributor of internal dose to lakeshore residents in the Chernobyl contaminated area
    I G Travnikova
    Institute of Radiation Hygiene, Mira Street 8, 197101 St Petersburg, Russia
    J Environ Radioact 77:63-75. 2004
    ....
  7. ncbi 131I content in the human thyroid estimated from direct measurements of the inhabitants of Russian areas contaminated due to the Chernobyl accident
    A A Bratilova
    Institute of Radiation Hygiene, Mira St 8, 197136, St Petersburg, Russia
    Radiat Prot Dosimetry 105:623-6. 2003
    ..The average 131I thyroid activity in the middle of May 1986 reached 80 kBq for inhabitants of some settlements in the Bryansk region, 5-8 kBq in the Tula region and 5 kBq in the Orel region...
  8. ncbi External exposure of the population living in areas of Russia contaminated due to the Chernobyl accident
    V Yu Golikov
    Institute of Radiation Hygiene, Mira Street 8, 197101 St Petersburg, Russia
    Radiat Environ Biophys 41:185-93. 2002
    ..Both the measurements and model show that the geometric mean of individual external doses is about 10% lower than the arithmetic mean and the upper bound of the 95% confidence range is larger by a factor of about 2...
  9. ncbi Current contamination by 137Cs and 90Sr of the inhabited part of the Techa river basin in the Urals
    V N Shutov
    Research Institute of Radiation Hygiene, St Petersburg, Russia
    J Environ Radioact 61:91-109. 2002
    ....
  10. ncbi Assessment of current exposure levels in different population groups of the Kola Peninsula
    I G Travnikova
    Research Institute ol Radiation Hygiene, St Petersburg, Russia
    J Environ Radioact 60:235-48. 2002
    ..The contribution of 90Sr to the internal dose varied from 1% to 5% in the different population groups studied...