Radiological modeling of the impacts of the Chernobyl nuclear power plant accident on Turkey and southwest Asia
Most studies have spatially excluded the highly populated southeast region of Chernobyl, including countries such as Turkey, Armenia, Georgia and Iran. Highest deposition of 137Cs were found in around Eastern Black Sea areas (10–40 kBq/m2). Total effective dose equivalent (TEDE) values were estimated for adults and infants using the most current dose conversion factors of ICRP. Highest values in lifetime dose values were calculated along the Black Sea coasts of Turkey and Georgia. Overall, infants were affected more from ionizing radiation compared to adults in this region.
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