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Nuclear accident at Chernobyl. II. Radioactivity in milk and milk products. Measures and consequences for Norwegian dairying



Nuclear accident at Chernobyl. II. Radioactivity in milk and milk products. Measures and consequences for Norwegian dairying



Meieriposten 75(16): 431-433



Further monitoring of milk and milk products in Norway following the nuclear reactor accident at Chernobyl (see previous abstract) involved the testing of more products over a larger geographical area, and from 1 July 1986, routine testing for 137Cs + 134Cs and monitoring of goats' milk was also carried out.

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