The following is a listing of the sources cited on the Chernobyl site as well as sources that inspired the site. They are ordered by category for your convenience.

Sources: [ Books - Magazines - Newspapers - Videos - WWW Sites ]


Marples, David R. The Social Impact of the Chernobyl Disaster. New York: St. Martin's Press, 1988.

Medvedev, Zhores. The Legacy of Chernobyl. New York: W.W. Norton & Company, 1990.


Bower, B. "Radiation Damages Chernobyl Children." Science News, 27 Apr. 1996, p. 260-61.

Dahlburg, John-Thor. "The Soviets' Deadly Nuclear Disaster." Reader's Digest, Mar. 1993, p. 139-44.

Gould, Jay M. "Chernobyl - The Hidden Tragedy." The Nation, 15 Mar. 1993, p. 331-34.

Nagorski, Andrew. "The Zone of Alienation." Newsweek, 22 Apr. 1996, p. 54.

Stone, Richard. "The Explosions That Shook the World." Science, 19 Apr. 1996, p. 352-54.

Wasserman, Harvey. "In the Dead Zone: Aftermath of the Apocalypse." The Nation, 19 Apr. 1996, p. 16-24.


Charlton, Angela. "Fire Erupts Near Chernobyl Plant." USA Today, 24 Apr. 1996, p. 8A.

Mathews, Jessica. "Chernobyl Curse." Asbury Park Press, 26 Apr. 1996, p. A15.

"Accidental Radiation Release at Chernobyl." Asbury Park Press, 26 Apr. 1996, p. A9.

"Fire Near Chernobyl Unleashes Radioactive Particles." Asbury Park Press, 24 Apr. 1996, p. A5.

"Fire Breaks out at Chernobyl Nuke Station." Reuters News, 26 Jul. 1996, p. 1.


"Back to Chernobyl." Writ. Bill Kurtis and Molly Bedell. Nova. Prod. Bill Kurtis. PBS, 26 April 1986.

WWW Sites

Pyziur, Max. OSC-CEE-Ukrainian Server Image Gallery Maps, including Chernobyl, 16 September 1995.

Nuclear Issues Briefing Paper 22, Chernobyl and Soviet Reactors. Berne: NucNet, 1995.

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