Nuclear disasters clive pyke

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Nuclear disasters clive pyke

  1. 1. Nu c l e ar d i s as t e r s By: Cl i ve Pyk e
  2. 2. Human Impact (long-term)The long-term effect could be constant mutations in human DNA due to radiation exposure.
  3. 3. Locations• Jaslovské Bohunice, Czechoslovakia• Tokaimura, Japan• Ottawa, Canada• Three Mile Island, Pennsylvania• Goiania, Brazil• K-19, North Atlantic Ocean• Kyshtym, Russia• Windscale, England• Ukraine, Russia
  4. 4. History/timeline 1952 1957 1969 2011___/_________________/_________________ / /Chalk river disaster kyshtym disaster Lucens reactor disaster Fukushima Daiichi disaster
  5. 5. Before/After comparisonChernobyl had 115,000 plus residents now its nearly Uninhabited.
  6. 6. Compare/ContrastChildren in other countries like Japan are exposed to radiation levels that are higher than the U.S.
  7. 7. Worst affected areaThe Chernobyl nuclear disaster in Ukraine, Russia is considered one of the worst nuclear disaster in history.
  8. 8. Solutions• Remove all the nuclear bombs.• Get rid of nuclear power plants.
  9. 9. Free Choice/Miscellaneous• The Chernobyl disaster was rated a level 6 out of 7, scale.
  10. 10. Personal connection• This affects me because if a nuclear strikes near me I could be exposed to radiation.
  11. 11. Nuclear bombs• Blast radius of the atomic bomb is about 19.1 miles, but there is a stronger bomb out there.• An atomic bomb is the equivalent to 12,500 tons of TNT.
  12. 12. Aid Organizations• Habitat for humanity
  13. 13. Recourseswww.chernobylwel.comwww.cnbc.comwww.pollutionissues.com

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