2 edition of Protection of rural people and livestock from nuclear radiation found in the catalog.
Protection of rural people and livestock from nuclear radiation
American Society of Agricultural Engineers.
|Statement||author: Willian T. Cox.|
|Series||ASAE special publication -- SP-FS-0266|
|Contributions||Cox, William T.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||10|
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Possible Effects of Nuclear Radiation Accidents on Agriculture M. Bell. and B. Riechere Introduction The purposes of this report are (1) to assess the impact ofnuclear radiation accidents on agriculture using power reac-tor accidents asthe primary concern; (2)to place nuclear radi-ation risks into proper perspective with other risks; and (3).
A protective action is an urgent step that people can take to protect their health and the health of their loved ones from radiation in a nuclear or radiation emergency. The main protective actions that the public might be asked to take are evacuation or sheltering (staying inside).
How do people. Possible sources of ionizing radiation which might affect livestock or contribute to radioactivity in the food chain to humans are reactor accidents, fuel reprocessing plant accidents and thermonuclear explosions.
Most data on ionizing radiation effects on livestock are from whole body gamma doses near the LD 50/60 by: 4. Suggested Citation:"EFFECTS OF EXTERNAL IONIZING RADIATION ON FARM ANIMALS."National Research Council.
Damage to Livestock From Radioactive Fallout in Event of Nuclear War: A gton, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: / Livestock housed in barns and other farm buildings during fallout have a better chance of surviving effects of radiation than those that are not sheltered.
A reasonably well-built shelter reduces intensity of external radiation and prevents fallout from settling on the animals’ bodies. Radiation and agriculture Food preservation by irradiation by Kooij* Food and its constant availability are among the basic human rights.
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Radiation emergencies could be intentional (e.g., caused by terrorists) or unintentional and they can occur domestically or abroad with far reaching impact. The fallout from a nuclear weapon, a nuclear reactor accident or a radiological dispersal device could lead to deposition of radioactive materials upon food, agricultural animals and pets.
Types of radiation – Nuclear radiation has 3 main types of radiation alpha – can be shielded by a sheet of paper or by human skin. If alpha particles are inhaled, ingested, or enter body through a cut, they can cause damage to tissues and cells.
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Cows in Fukushima radiation zone find new purpose — science — in the first-ever study of the impact on large mammals of extended exposure to low-level radiation. In a nuclear attack, most people within a few miles of an exploding weapon would be killed or seriously injured by the blast, heat, or initial radiation.
People in the lighter damage areas—as indicated in Figure 1—would be endangered both by blast and heat effects. However, millions of people are located away from potential targets. For them,File Size: KB. An Introduction to Radiation Protection is a highly readable account of the nature of the hazards presented by ionizing radiation and the methods of protection for those new to the field and for the non-specialist.
The sixth edition of this established text takes readers through the general background of the subject, the technical principles underlying the control of radiation hazards /5(4).° Provide the best protection against radiation for pregnant women and young children, since fetuses and the very young are the most likely to be hurt by radiation.
° Realize that, with the exception of lung cancer, older people are no more susceptible to radiation injury than are those in the prime of life.