Radiating and ecological consequences of the underground nuclear explosion in the Pechora region of the Komi Republic
In the head of the river Luza in the Pechora region of the Komi Republic in 1984 there was the underground nuclear explosion on depth of 720 m. A radiating background on the surface round the well was usual. But when planning works on searching oil and gas in this area it is necessary to consider the existence of a radiating cavity with products of nuclear explosion on depth of 700 m.
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Pechora region of the Komi Republic; the river Luza; underground nuclear explosion; Печорский район Республики Коми; подземный атомный взрыв; река Луза References to this article (GOST) V.A. Kopeikin. Radiating and ecological consequences of the underground nuclear explosion in the Pechora region of the Komi Republic // Electronic scientific journal "Oil and Gas Business". 2012. №6. P.309-312. URL: http://ogbus.ru/eng/authors/KopeikinVA/KopeikinVA_2e.pdf