The data comes from the report “Modeling a hypothetical large nuclear accident in Poland from 1,096 meteorological cases and analyzing the transboundary environmental impacts on European countries and their populations”, which Discuss Its authors are Piguet Frederick Ball and Pierre Eckert of the Biosphere Institute in Geneva, Knowsley Claudio from IPPPNW in Switzerland, and Helder Peixoto and Juliani Gregory from the Institute of Environmental Sciences in Geneva. The report was commissioned by the German Green Party, and its first version was prepared on January 11, 2021.

The document was used to criticize the German federal government for its passivity regarding projects to build a nuclear power plant in Poland. There are plans to build two power plants by 2043. The first block will be built in the Chernovic and Kobalina regions. The first attempts to build a nuclear power plant in this region took place in the People’s Republic of Poland in the 1980s.

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A radioactive cloud from a power plant in the Charnovik-Cobaleno region would endanger a large part of Europe

The authors of the report were to assess the transboundary effect of radioactivity associated with a potential disaster in the USA Nuclear power plants(J) It was planned by the Polish government “in the Sarnovik-Kobaleno region, about 70 km from Gdansk”. The study included Poland’s neighbors (Germany, Denmark, Sweden, the Konigsberg region, Lithuania, Latvia, the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Ukraine and Belarus) and more than 30 European countries to determine how such an event could affect the health of their citizens. For this, it was necessary to determine the direction in which the radioactive material would be transported in the event of a major accident atomic, Its scale was set at 2.72E + 18 Becquerels and translated into millisieverts, that is, a unit related to the effect of ionizing radiation on living organisms. Absorption of a single sv of radiation can be fatal to humans, so we usually use millisieverts.

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The report analyzes the potential pathway of the radioactive cloud generated in such a disaster based on 1,096 meteorological conditions. The study showed that in 756 cases (69 percent), Poland’s neighbors will be exposed to a greater dose of radiation than ours.

In the event of a disaster, up to 125,000 people must be temporarily resettled as citizens

The report indicates that up to seven million Europeans will be exposed to a dose greater than or equal to one milli-Sv. 860 m. People will receive a dose of 6 or more misleaders. 400,000 of those would be 112,000 Poles. Germany, 127 you. Russians from the Królewiecki region as well as Lithuanians and Estonians, 113 thousand. The Danes, the Swedes, 53,000 Czechs, the Slovaks, the Ukrainians and the Belarusians. The maximum annual dose for exposure to crises is 20 mSv. 150,000 people will be exposed to radiation above this level. People.

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To reduce the effects of radiation, it will be necessary to move from 40 thousand. Up to 125,000 citizens of 31 countries. Such a disaster would result in an average of 28,000 cancers and more than 13,000 deaths.