CFA Level 2 Schweser Seminar Slide WorkBook Volume 2 for by kaplan, schweser

CFA Level 2 Schweser Seminar Slide WorkBook Volume 2 for by kaplan, schweser

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Sec. , 1996). , 1996). Such waste includes demolished houses and household goods. Several square kilometres of pine forest which died from excess radiation exposure (the so-called `Red Forest') were cut down and buried. , 1996; OECD/NEA, 2002). , 1996). Other waste is buried in thirty large trenches `each the size of a football ®eld and about 10 m deep. These trenches are layered with clay and sand' (IAEA, 1991). Higher level waste is stored in containers with 1 m thick concrete walls. The potential groundwater contamination from waste disposal sites is discussed in Chapter 4.

2. Myths and revelations. Soon after the accident, an article appeared in the New York Times claiming that the Ukrainian word `Wmolmahj{' (Chernobyl) translates to English as `Wormwood' (a bitter herb) and quoting a verse from the Book of Revelations: The third angel sounded and there fell a great star from heaven, burning, as it were a lamp, and it fell on the third part of the rivers and upon the fountains of water; And the name of the star is Wormwood; and the third part of the waters became Wormwood, and many men died of the waters because they were made bitter.

In 1996, this author reported that `up to this time, no hazardous deteriorations in the upper structures [of the sarcophagus] had been reported'. Nearly 10 years later, however, there is serious concern that deterioration of the structure could result in a potential failure to withstand a major earthquake, or a collapse of damaged structures within the sarcophagus. Such a collapse could release a proportion of the large amount of radioactive dust which has accumulated in the sarcophagus since its construction.

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