Fallout

A rare occurrence in which migrating birds are forced to the ground by adverse weather and may congregate in very large numbers.
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Fallout

Fallout is a general term applied to Radioactive materials, produced by detonation of a nuclear device in the atmosphere, which fall back to earth. Fallout can sometimes be thought of as a secondary (radiation / contamination) hazard from a nuclear weapon once the explosion, prompt Gamma and Neutron radiation has passed. Where as the initial radiat...
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fallout

[n] - the radioactive particles that settle to the ground after a nuclear explosion
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fallout

Harmful radioactive material released into the atmosphere in the debris of a nuclear explosion (see nuclear warfare) and descending to the surface of the Earth. Such material can enter the food...
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fallout

radioactive dust noun the radioactive particles that settle to the ground after a nuclear explosion
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fallout

deposition of radioactive materials on the Earth from the atmosphere. The terms rain out and snow out are sometimes used to specify such deposition ... [7 related articles]
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fallout

fallout, minute particles of radioactive material produced by nuclear explosions (see atomic bomb; hydrogen bomb; Chernobyl) or by discharge from nuclear-power or atomic installations and scattered throughout the earth's atmosphere by winds and convection currents. Heavier fallout particles tend to ...
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fallout

Harmful radioactive material released into the atmosphere in the debris of a nuclear explosion (see nuclear warfare) and descending to the surface of the Earth. Such material can enter the food chain, cause radiation sickness, and last for hundreds of thousands of years (see half-life)
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Fallout

Fallout is a general term applied to Radioactive materials, produced by detonation of a nuclear device in the atmosphere, which fall back to earth. Fallout can sometimes be thought of as a secondary (radiation / contamination) hazard from a nuclear weapon once the explosion, prompt Gamma and Neutron radiation has passed. Where as the initial radia....
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Fallout

[RTÉ drama] Fallout is a RTÉ two-part fictional, doom laden, docu-drama. It deals with the nuclear fallout following a hypothetical disaster in the Sellafield Nuclear Reprocessing Plant in Cumbria on the British coast of the Irish Sea. The docu-drama suggests that, due to a changing wind direction, Ireland would bear the brunt of the Brit...
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Fallout

[video game] Fallout is an open world role-playing video game developed and published by Interplay Entertainment in 1997. The game has a post-apocalyptic and retro-futuristic setting, in the aftermath of a global nuclear war in an alternate history timeline mid-22nd century. The protagonist of Fallout is an inhabitant of one of the long-ter...
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Fallout

Premature fledging. Also when birds are migrating, but due to weather conditions, stop and pile up in a few locations.
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Fallout

These are the radio-active substance deposited upon the surface of the earth after the explosion of a nuclear weapon of mishap at a nuclear reactor.
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