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  • 1 “Jožef Stefan” Institute 61111 Ljubljana Slovenia, Yugoslavia
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Abstract  

The radioactivities of90Sr,137Cs and134Cs have been measured in soil, fodder and milk from the south-western region of Slovenia, Yugoslavia after the Chernobyl accident. Maximal concentrations of Sr-isotopes in samples and the rate of their decrease in a period up to two years after the accident are given. The transfer of radionuclides from soil to grass and from fodder to milk is discussed.