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Norwegian scientists are worried that this fall in carcasses deer and other herbivores found unusually high the content of the radioactive isotope of cesium-137.
The isotope concentration is 5 times higher than, for example, 2 years ago, and comparable to that observed 30 years ago after the accident on Chernobyl nuclear power plant. As a reason, scientists called an unprecedented crop of mushrooms that feed the Norwegian deer.
It is well known that mushrooms perfectly absorb all kinds of pollution in their places of growth and are able to transmit polluting elements to those who eat them. Penetration mechanism the radioactive isotope of cesium-137 in deer carcasses installed but where did the isotope in the soil come from?
You can hardly explain its appearance as a Chernobyl disaster, because she happened back in 1986. Since then the radioactive background is already managed to bounce back, and no reason for the deterioration of scientists are being traced. In addition, the half-life of cesium-137 is about 30 years.