The geographer spoke at the international congress in Turkey Sep 09, 2022 | 01:09 / IMPORTANT EVENTS

Ismail Zeynalov, Leading Research Fellow, Institute of Geography. Turkey and Aksaray University.
At the event, the scientist made a presentation on the topic "The role of meteorological and geographical features in the formation of radioactive phenomena."
He stated that the growing number of dangerous nuclear facilities and their waste in the world poses a real threat to the population of the countries where these facilities are located. When modeling radioactive contamination or waste, it is important to take into account the climatic and geographical features of the study area, as well as the possible deposition of waste in neighboring regions and countries.
It is necessary to develop a radiation safety service to control radioactive waste generated during a possible explosion of radioactive substances (RM) and other sources of ionizing radiation. This service will carry out radiation monitoring, i.e. - monitor compliance with radiation safety standards (NRB) and sanitary standards.
During the transboundary movement of air masses, the RM falling on neighboring areas is global in nature, since it can change over long distances. The use of remote sensing tools is essential for the continuous detection of radioactive waste. This approach allows real-time monitoring of the environment around the world.