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One of the most important aspects of this problem is the source term estimation for emergency response systems. , after the Algeciras accident in Spain (30 May 1998) many European monitors measured peaks of radiation, but during several days the reason was unknown. A similar situation applies to the Chernobyl disaster. Such accidents show the necessity to develop constructive methods for estimation of an unknown source term based on monitoring data, and prediction and assessment of risk/vulnerability levels for various risk sites and situations under conditions of both ordinary and extraordinary anthropogenic loads.
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