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Radiation Biologist: Tree leaves were gigantic after Chernobyl — “Witch’s Broom” effect
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CHERNOBYL to FUKUSHIMA – Part 3-of-4: A Radiation Biologist’s Story Date: Jun 30, 2011 – In the third of five parts of a seminar held at San Francisco State University – April 8, 2011, radiation biologist Natalia Manzurova tells of her experience as a Chernobyl ‘clean up liquidator’ – translated by psychologist Tatiana Mukhamedyarova.
A Chernobyl Radiation Biologist’s Testimony
What happened to the plants?
The pine trees, evergreen trees… the fact of witch’s broom, from one bud you can see a lot of shooting like a broom. The leaves were gigantic. The seeds and the leaves were very big.
IAEA: “An increased mutation level was apparent in 1987 – abnormalities include unusual branching of stems – abnormal colour and size of leaves and flowers, and development of ‘witches’ brooms’ in pine trees.”
U.S. EPA: Chernobyl Environmental Impact – “Radiation stress has caused changes in tree growth patterns, such as this formation of “witch’s broom,” a condition in which too many shoots form on a bough.”
Chernobyl biologist: “All the trees are clearly mutated.” They’ve lost the internal signals that make a Christmas tree taper toward the top. Instead, he says, “they don’t seem to know which way is up.”
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by Philip Klasky, Lecturer in American Indian Studies & Dr. Carlos Davidson, Dir,. SFSU Environmental Studies
(1-of-5) – In the first of five parts of a seminar held at San Francisco State University, April 8, 2011, Philip Klasky, Lecturer in American Indian Studies and Dr. Carlos Davidson, Director of the SFSU Environmental Studies Program, lay out the cultural, environmental and historical context of nuclear technology.
(2-of-5) – In the second of five parts of a seminar held at San Francisco State University on April 8, 2011, world renowned sociologist and anti-nuclear organizer Dr. Natalia Miranova presents the scientific, ecological and social implications of the Chernobyl and Fukushimsa disasters.
(3-of-5) – In the third of five parts of a seminar held at San Francisco State University on April 8, 2011, radiation biologist Natalia Manzurova tells of her experience as a Chernobyl 'clean up liquidator' - translated by psychologist Tatiana Mukhamedyarova.
(4-of-5) – In the forth of five parts of a seminar held at San Francisco State University on April 8, 2011, attorney Andrew Lichterman of the Western States Legal Foundation discusses the difficulties of obtaining accurate information about the emerging impacts of Fukushima and the role of social movements in combating the madness of nuclear power and weapons proliferation.
(5-of-5) – In the conclusion of a five-part seminar held at San Francisco State University on April 8, 2011, panelists, including world renowned sociologist and anti-nuclear organizer Dr. Natalia Miranova; radiation biologist Natalia Manzurova; attorney Andrew Lichterman and nuclear engineer Ernest Goitein respond to comments and questions from the audience.
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