alexa Behind the cover-up. Assessing conservatively the full Chernobyl death toll
Social & Political Sciences

Social & Political Sciences

Journal of Defense Management

Author(s): Bertell R

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Poor records and methodology, omissions, and the failure of various committees to consider all health issues resulting from the Chernobyl nuclear power plant disaster in 1986, have meant the real consequences for the many millions of affected people have been hidden from public scrutiny, DR. ROSALIE BERTELL reports. Using a report from a U.N. science committee in 2000, Dr Bertell identifies the many omissions and makes a very conservative, preliminary estimate of the eventual death toll from the Chernobyl disaster to be 1 to 2 million.

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This article was published in Pacific Ecologist and referenced in Journal of Defense Management

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