Arctic and North

The influence of radio nuclides on the soil microbial community on the territory of the underground nuclear explosion ‛Kraton- 3’ (Yakutia)

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Erofeevskaya L. A., Aleksandrov A. R.

Specific entry: Biological Sciences

Annotation

It was first conducted the microbiological studies of the soils in the underground nuclear explosion ‛Kraton-3’ (Yakutia). It was found that the soil area has toxicity to micro-and makroflore, inhibit seed germination, seedling development of the green part and the root system of plants. With theoretical and practical approaches, it is necessary to further study and evaluate the factual capacity of Cs137 and 90Sr in the microbial community to assess the environmental hazard or safety of radioactive waste and its possible effects on human health, animals, and, in general, the envi-ronment in the northern latitudes.

About authors

Erofeevskaya Larisa Anatolievna, scientific fellow of the Institute of Problems of oil and gas SB RAS (Yakutsk). Contact phone/fax: +7 (4112) 39 06 20, +7 924 568 23 44. Е-mail: lora-07.65@mail.ru.

Aleksandrov Alexander Romanovich, sci-entific fellow of the Institute of Problems of oil and gas SB RAS (Yakutsk). Contact phone/fax: +7 (4112) 33 65 96, +7 914 264 23 86. Е-mail: nopeg@ipng.ysn.ru.

Keywords

radio nuclides, micro- and macroflora, bacteria, fungi, ecological safety

DOI

UDC

504.064:631.438:533.679(571.56)


     

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