[en]Because of the long distance between Guatemala and Chernobyl, the country did not undergo direct consequences of radioactive contamination in the short term. However, the accident repercussions were evident in the medium and long-term, mainly in two sectors, the economic-political and the environmental sectors
Primary SubjectSPECIFIC NUCLEAR REACTORS AND ASSOCIATED PLANTS (C5221)
Secondary SubjectENERGY PLANNING, POLICY AND ECONOMY (F1400)
SourceEuropean Commission (CEC), Brussels (Belgium); International Atomic Energy Agency, Vienna (Austria); World Health Organization, Geneva (Switzerland); 699 p; ISSN 1011-4289; ; Sep 1997; p. 150-152; International conference on one decade after Chernobyl: Summing up the consequences of the accident; Vienna (Austria); 8-12 Apr 1996; 5 refs.
Country/OrganizationInternational Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA)
Descriptors (DEI)CHERNOBYLSK-4 REACTOR, ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACTS, GUATEMALA, NUCLEAR POWER PLANTS, PUBLIC OPINION, REACTOR ACCIDENTS, SOCIAL IMPACT, SOCIO-ECONOMIC FACTORS
Descriptors (DEC)ACCIDENTS, CENTRAL AMERICA, DEVELOPING COUNTRIES, ENRICHED URANIUM REACTORS, GRAPHITE MODERATED REACTORS, LATIN AMERICA, LWGR TYPE REACTORS, NUCLEAR FACILITIES, POWER PLANTS, POWER REACTORS, REACTORS, THERMAL POWER PLANTS, THERMAL REACTORS, WATER COOLED REACTORS