The red forest

The name Red Forest comes from the ginger-brown colour of the pine trees after they died following the absorption of high levels of radiation from the Chernobyl accident . Rapporter et annet bilde Rapporter det støtende bildet. As a result of the Chernobyl accident, tens of thousands of hectares of forests have experienced massive radioactive contamination, located in the immediate vicinity of the Chernobyl NPP and stretching approximately two kilometers west of the station. These were mainly single-crop plantings of Scotch pine (Pinus silvestris) . A Trip in the Zone of Chernobyl.

These pines, by the price of their lives, detained a considerable mass of the radioactive fug as a filter.

The Red Forest consisted from the monoculture plantations of Scots pine for the most part. This is because the pine-trees have much tighter krone than the deciduous trees. In addition, the emitting damage . Moreover, trees in the infamous Red Forest —an area where all of the pine trees turned a reddish color and then died shortly after the accident—did not seem to be decaying, . In the game as well as in real. The dying needles turned rusty re earning the region a new name: the Red Forest.

In effect, this zone is known as the Red forest. The page contains a large number of illustrative materials (pictures), demonstrating the .

It is visited by tourists wishing to see something extraordinary. I have seen many beautiful pictures on pinterest of The red forest. Where is this in Sintra?

What time of year do they look like this? But if you know who they are, then surely someone must knowwhere they are. Oh,we know where they are, more or less. He explains more:The National Environment Research Council . Deep in a forest with many names lies a hidden home.

The family that once lived there was dependent on the forest. More than a century ol the dwelling is in surprisingly good condition, though it shows signs of often being patched and mended. The forest holds the house tightly in . Contaminated Ecosystems. Prepared for the International Radioecology Lab by Texas Tech University.

What is the basis for radiation dose. Are these limits cost-effective? Our most recent development features wooded homesites nestled among rolling hills and wetlands.

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