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Crops Grown Near Chernobyl Are Still Contaminated

News   Dec 18, 2020 | Original story from the University of Exeter

 
Crops Grown Near Chernobyl Are Still Contaminated

The research team taking wood core samples in the Ivankiv district to analyse for radioactive strontium. Credit: Denis Sinyakov - Greenpeac.

 
 
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