(Table 1) 137Cs and 90Sr concentrations, salinity, and temperature in waters of the southeastern Baltic Sea on October 16, 2001, supplement to: Styro, D; Morkuniene, R; Vdovinskiene, S (2006): The process of self-purification of the Baltic Sea waters from artificial radionuclides. Oceanology, 46(3), 358-367

D Styro, R Morkuniene & S Vdovinskiene
An analysis of variations in 137Cs and 90Sr concentrations in Baltic Sea surface waters after the accident at the Chernobyl nuclear power plant was performed. Instability of 137Cs concentrations during the short-term observations was found, when they differed 2- to 3-fold. Concentrations of 90Sr appeared to be more stable; meanwhile, their deviations sometimes exceeded ranges of experimental errors. By variations in the monthly average values of radionuclide concentrations in surface waters of the Baltic Sea...
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