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        Investigating the Effects of Low-Dose Radiation from Chernobyl to Fukushima: History Repeats Itself

        ( Anders Pape Moller ), ( Timothy A. Mousseau ) 경남대학교 극동문제연구소 2013 ASIAN PERSPECTIVE Vol.37 No.4

        The disasters at Chernobyl and Fukushima released large amounts of radioactive material, equivalent to many hundreds of nuclear bombs the size of those at Hiroshima and Nagasaki. Currently, there is worldwide interest in the effects of so-called low-dose radiation on public health and on biological systems from molecules to ecosystems. Research efforts to quantify these effects constitute a curious mixture of Soviet science, research by independent scientists, and research supported by the nuclear industry. The article explains how navigating between these diverse efforts can be reconciled to synthesize available information to the benefit of the general public and the policymaking community. KEYWORDS: Fukushima nuclear disaster, Chernobyl nuclear disaster, nuclear industry, Soviet science.The disasters at Chernobyl and Fukushima released large amounts of radioactive material, equivalent to many hundreds of nuclear bombs the size of those at Hiroshima and Nagasaki. Currently, there is worldwide interest in the effects of so-called low-dose radiation on public health and on biological systems from molecules to ecosystems. Research efforts to quantify these effects constitute a curious mixture of Soviet science, research by independent scientists, and research supported by the nuclear industry. The article explains how navigating between these diverse efforts can be reconciled to synthesize available information to the benefit of the general public and the policymaking community. KEYWORDS: Fukushima nuclear disaster, Chernobyl nuclear disaster, nuclear industry, Soviet science.

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