Lessons From Chornobyl For the Veterinary. Domestic Animals Protection Measures and Radiation- Affected Livestock Treatment
Keywords: Chornobyl Nuclear Power Plant, nuclear accident, diagnosis of radiation damage of animals, veterinary evaluation, treatment of damaged animals
AbstractThe experience of eliminationthe consequences of the Chornobyl nuclear disaster proved the possibility to run agricultural production on the territory of the radioactive track made by the nuclear release with safety. In order to run it, it is necessary to have special subdivisions in authorities managing agriculture at different levels and staffed with specialists being competent in the area of agricultural radiology. Their preparation is an important element of preventive measure of anticipating nuclear accidents. Herewith, a special attention must be paid to protecting animals from the radioactive effect and treating the damaged livestock.
How to Cite
Prister, B. (2014). Lessons From Chornobyl For the Veterinary. Domestic Animals Protection Measures and Radiation- Affected Livestock Treatment. Agricultural Science and Practice, 1(2), 72-78. https://doi.org/10.15407/agrisp1.02.072
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