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DESIGN AND ORGANIZATION OF COMPLEX SPATIAL DATABASES INTERACTION FOR NUMERICAL MODELING AND ASSESSMENT OF THE RADIATION SITUATION FOR EMERGENCY RESPONSE SYSTEM
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Category: Number 26
Publication: 26
Summary

The structure and content of necessary information support for the numerical simulation and prediction of atmospheric transport and redistribution of radionuclides in the environment and assessment of the radiological situation were elaborated. Information support consists of aerosynoptic, radioecological, cartographical, normative and predicted databases. The aerosynoptic database was created and shaped with current meteorological information received by the channels of the Internet for numerical calculations by model of atmospheric transport of radionuclides LEDI. The structure and content of cartographical database were defined for modeling calculations on different spatial scales - state, regional and local. The radioecological database for preventive radioecological assessment of territory was created on datasets and maps of radiological zoning, preventive assessment of radioecological criticality and analysis of the radiation situation of contaminated territory in accordance with the IAEA recommendations.

Keywords: radioecological situation, information and cartographic data base, zoning, numerical modeling.

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