Radioactive Contamination in the Former Soviet Union
Mr. Nikitin spoke about the problem of nuclear safety in Russia and potential threats from radiation from various sources. Among… read more
Mr. Nikitin spoke about the problem of nuclear safety in Russia and potential threats from radiation from various sources. Among the topics he addressed were threats from spent submarine reactors, environmental threats posed by poorly maintained facilities, and government secrecy and inaction. He also commented on a recent accident in which a Russian submarine had become incapacitated in the Barents Sea. Translation into English was performed by a translator. close
*The transcript for this program was compiled from uncorrected Closed Captioning.
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