Geographer's article published in Los Angeles 2021-08-23 12:00:00 / IMPORTANT EVENTS

The prestigious journal Peertechz, Annals of Environmental Science and Toxicology in Los Angeles (California), published an article by the leading researcher of the Caspian Sea Monitoring Department, Institute of Geography. acad. H. Aliyev, Doctor of Philosophy on technical sciences, Ismail Zeynalov in co-authorship with Doctor of Technical Sciences H. Hasanov.

The article "Possibility of assessing radioactive fallout by modeling the atmosphere" describes the main factors in the formation of radioactive waste in the form of atmospheric deposits.

The authors proposed a model for the movement of radionuclides in several parallel (elevated) layers of the atmosphere. The model takes into account meteorological parameters that determine the rate of radioactive waste generation. By simply entering the weather and terrain / landscape data of the study area into the model, you can apply it to any area and predict