Scientists track radiation in Russian groundwater

Pacific Northwest scientists are investigating how water moves under the ground's surface in Russia's West Siberian Basin to better track and predict the future path of radioactive waste in the area. Radioactive waste from nuclear weapons material production in the West Siberian Basin is currently traveling in the groundwater there and may be threatening the health of humans and the natural ecosystem.


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