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Arkhangel'Skaya Oblast', Russia: Location DB Profile

This profile page summarizes all known activity of the location Arkhangel'Skaya Oblast', Russia related to Nuclear. This location may have appeared in articles supporting this topic, against it, or in a separate context: this biographical entry simply demarks this location as appearing in content suggesting contextual association with Nuclear.


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At-A-Glance Vitals

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All Media Count   367
News Count (W/Clustered)   227 (61.85%)
Distinct Stories   176
Blog Count   136 (37.06%)
Tweet Count   3 (0.82%)
Shared Tweet Count   3
Links Tweeted   0
Combined Tone   0.56
Combined Polarization   7.09
Combined Activity   0.82
Combined Personalization   0.82
News Tone   0.72
Blog Tone   0.16
Tweet Tone   6.73
First Seen   5/2/2009
Last Seen   12/27/2013
News/Social Ratio  61.85%
Attention/Loyalty  245 / 2950 days (8.31%)
Country  Russia
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Articles mentioning this location fall into the following system categories:

Activism
9.09% (33)
Documentaries/Movies
19.28% (70)
Legislation
61.16% (222)
Project
81.54% (296)


Related Countries
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Related People

The following names occur in articles mentioning this location:

Vladimir Putin   11.44% (42)
Novauranium Listserve   9.54% (35)
Jeremy Sagar   9.54% (35)
Dale Phillips   9.54% (35)
Frank Wagner   9.54% (35)

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Related Organizations

The following organizations occur in articles mentioning this location:

International Atomic Energy Agency   13.62% (50)
Royal Society   12.81% (47)
Russian Federation   10.08% (37)
Connection With Nuclear Weapons   9.54% (35)
Study Commission   9.54% (35)

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RELATED GEOGRAPHIC FEATURES


Related Worldwide Cities

The following cities worldwide occur in articles mentioning this location:

Moscow, Moskva, Russia   27.25% (100)
Severodvinsk, Arkhangel'Skaya Oblast', Russia   23.98% (88)
Royal Society, Arkhangel'Skaya Oblast', Russia   14.17% (52)
London, London, City Of, United Kingdom   13.90% (51)
Petersburg, Sankt-Peterburg, Russia   11.99% (44)

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Related Countries
The following countries occur in articles mentioning this location:
Russia   11.44% (363)
United States   11.44% (222)
United Kingdom   11.44% (145)
China   11.44% (139)
Japan   11.44% (130)

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Related Global Regions

The following regions worldwide occur in articles mentioning this location:

Arkhangel'Skaya Oblast', Russia   98.91% (363)
Moskva, Russia   28.61% (105)
United Kingdom (General), United Kingdom   16.89% (62)
Sankt-Peterburg, Russia   14.17% (52)
Oc,    14.17% (52)

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Related US States

The following US states occur in articles mentioning this location:

Washington, United States   19.07% (70)
California, United States   18.53% (68)
District Of Columbia, United States   15.53% (57)
New York, United States   15.26% (56)
Virginia, United States   11.44% (42)

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Outlet Location Countries
This location is mentioned in articles from outlets in these countries:
United States   11.44% (98)
Scotland   11.44% (12)
Canada   11.44% (8)
India   11.44% (7)
Netherlands   11.44% (6)

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TWITTER


Twitterers

The following Twitterers tweet links about this location

irrawaddynews   0.27% (1)[Profile]
WorldNuclear   0.27% (1)[Profile]
repowerleader   0.27% (1)[Profile]



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Top News Outlets

This location tends to be mentioned in articles from the following news outlets:

En.Rian.Ru   1.36% (5)
Barentsobserver.Com   1.36% (5)
Eurasiareview.Com   1.09% (4)
Bignewsnetwork.Com   1.09% (4)
Washingtonpost.Com   0.82% (3)

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Top Blogs

This location tends to be mentioned in articles from the following blogs:

Thealliance123.Blogspot.Com   9.54% (35)
Acehoffman.Blogspot.Com   1.09% (4)
Power-Technology.Com   0.54% (2)
Enformable.Com   0.54% (2)
Nuclear-News.Net   0.54% (2)

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News Articles

All 227 news articles:

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CU prof: Don’t buy the promise of nuclear energy

...... the United States , France and Russia have all tried this technology and abandoned it While Kreith is highly critical of the documentary , which he says comes across as something the Koch Brothers might have funded , it has received some positive reviews It was shown at the Sundance Film Festival In January , and last June it won the Sheffield Doc Fest Green Award for addressing ......

(1304 words by boulderweekly.com)
(12/27/2013)
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Documentaries/Movies
Tone: 0.51%
Pol: 7.37%
Act: 22.10%
Per: 1.31%
Que: 0.00%
Exc: 0.00%

CU prof: Don’t buy the promise of nuclear energy

...... the United States , France and Russia have all tried this technology and abandoned it While Kreith is highly critical of the documentary , which he says comes across as something the Koch Brothers might have funded , it has received some positive reviews It was shown at the Sundance Film Festival In January , and last June it won the Sheffield Doc Fest Green Award for addressing ......

(1304 words by boulderweekly.com)
(12/26/2013)
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Tone: 0.51%
Pol: 7.37%
Act: 22.10%
Per: 1.31%
Que: 0.00%
Exc: 0.00%

India to launch aircraft carrier INS Vikrant today - The Times of India

...... INS Vikrant On Monday , making an entry into a select club of countries capable of designing and building a carrier of this size and capability Defence minister A K Antony wife Elizabeth will launch the , tonne carrier at Cochin Shipyard , close to four-and-a-half years after its keel was laid by the minister INS Vikrant with a capacity to carry fighter planes would ......

(562 words by indiatimes.com)
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Tone: 0.51%
Pol: 3.21%
Act: 24.53%
Per: 0.51%
Que: 0.00%
Exc: 0.00%

Chernobyl at Sea? Russia Building Floating Nuclear Power Plants - Guest Post

...... , shortly after refueling Not A reassuring development for the Soviet Arctic environment Academician Lomonosov keel was laid in April at the Sevmash shipyard in Severodvinsk on the White Sea , but the project was subsequently transferred to the Baltiskii Zavod the Academician Lomonosov , ton hull was subsequently launched in , although ......

(1517 words by distressedvolatility.com)
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Project
Tone: 0.49%
Pol: 7.11%
Act: 19.56%
Per: 0.06%
Que: 2.60%
Exc: 0.00%

Chernobyl at Sea? Russia Building Floating Nuclear Power Plants | MND: Your Daily Dose of Counter-Theory

...... , shortly after refueling Not A reassuring development for the Soviet Arctic environment Academician Lomonosov keel was laid in April at the Sevmash shipyard in Severodvinsk on the White Sea , but the project was subsequently transferred to the Baltiskii Zavod the Academician Lomonosov , ton hull was subsequently launched in , although ......

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Tone: -0.14%
Pol: 6.52%
Act: 19.57%
Per: 0.00%
Que: 0.00%
Exc: 0.00%


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Blog Posts

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Russia resurrects floating nuclear power - Power Technology

...... road to bringing the Akademik Lomonosov to this advanced stage has been a bumpy one the floating facility began construction way back in at the Sevmash military shipyard in Severodvinsk , but an overburden of military contracts at the yard forced the project to be transferred to the Baltiysky Zavod shipyard in , at which time the vessel was due for completion in ......

(1944 words by power-technology.com)
(12/11/2013)
Legislation
Project
Tone: 1.59%
Pol: 7.23%
Act: 19.92%
Per: 0.59%
Que: 9.26%
Exc: 0.00%

Europe: Lord Stirling's News Blog EUROPE

...... modernized aircraft carrier to New Delhi - with video link the Indian Navy has received the , -ton Vikramaditya aircraft carrier at the Russian shipbuilding complex in Severodvinsk the much awaited carrier was fully refurbished for US billion , and will now become India game-changing flagship Russian deputy Prime minister Dmitry Rogozin and Indian Defense minister ......

(2096 words by europebusines.blogspot.com)
(11/16/2013)
Legislation
Activism
Project
Tone: -0.33%
Pol: 8.55%
Act: 21.21%
Per: 0.79%
Que: 2.27%
Exc: 4.55%

First Floating Nuclear Power Plant | Keetsa Eco-Friendly Mattress Store - Keetsa! Blog - Eco-Friendly and Green News

...... generated by the said power plant would be enough to juice up , people the ship is estimated to cost million and when it becomes operational will supply power to Severodvinsk town and Sevmash itself Via ......

(115 words by keetsa.com)
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Project
Tone: -0.86%
Pol: 2.59%
Act: 33.62%
Per: 0.00%
Que: 0.00%
Exc: 0.00%

ZA&dunia: ....Nuclear power is particularly suitable for vessels which need to be at sea for long periods without refuelling, or for powerful submarine propulsion. Some 140 ships are powered by more than 180 small nuclear reactors and more than 12,000 reactor years of marine operation has been accumulated. Most are submarines, but they range from icebreakers to aircraft carriers. In future, constraints on fossil fuel use in transport may bring marine nuclear propulsion into more widespread use. So far, exaggerated fears about safety have caused political restriction on port access...>> Civil Vessels Nuclear propulsion has proven technically and economically essential in the Russian Arctic where operating conditions are beyond the capability of conventional icebreakers. The power levels required for breaking ice up to 3 metres thick, coupled with refuelling difficulties for other types of vessels, are significant factors. The nuclear fleet, with six nuclear icebreakers and a nuclear freighter, has increased Arctic navigation from 2 to 10 months per year, and in the Western Arctic, to year-round. The icebreaker Lenin was the world's first nuclear-powered surface vessel (20,000 dwt), commissioned in 1959. It remained in service for 30 years to 1989, being retired due to the hull being worn thin from ice abrasion. It initially had three 90 MWt OK-150 reactors, but these were badly damaged during refueling in 1965 and 1967. In 1970 they were replaced by two 171 MWt OK-900 reactors providing steam for turbines which generated electricity to deliver 34 MW at the propellers. It led to a series of larger icebreakers, the six 23,500 dwt Arktika-class, launched from 1975. These powerful vessels have two 171 MWt OK-900 reactors delivering 54 MW at the propellers and are used in deep Arctic waters. The Arktika was the first surface vessel to reach the North Pole, in 1977. Rossija, Sovetskiy Soyuz and Yamal were in service towards the end of 2008, with Sibir decommissioned and Arktika retired in October 2008...>> A more powerful Russian LK-110 icebreaker of 110 MW net and 55,600 dwt is planned. Development of nuclear merchant ships began in the 1950s but on the whole has not been commercially successful. The 22,000 tonne US-built NS Savannah, was commissioned in 1962 and decommissioned eight years later. It was a technical success, but not economically viable. It had a 74 MWt reactor delivering 16.4 MW to the propeller. The German-built 15,000 tonne Otto Hahn cargo ship and research facility sailed some 650,000 nautical miles on 126 voyages in 10 years without any technical problems. It had a 36 MWt reactor delivering 8 MW to the propeller. However, it proved too expensive to operate and in 1982 it was converted to diesel...>> Nuclear propulsion systems Naval reactors (with the exception of the ill-fated Russian Alfa class described below) have been pressurised water types, which differ from commercial reactors producing electricity in that:..>>> they deliver a lot of power from a very small volume and therefore run on highly-enriched uranium (>20% U-235, originally c 97% but apparently now 93% in latest US submarines, c 20-25% in some western vessels, 20% in the first and second generation Russian reactors (1957-81)*, then 21% to 45% in 3rd generation Russian units, 40% in India's Arihant). the fuel is not UO2 but a uranium-zirconium or uranium-aluminium alloy (c15%U with 93% enrichment, or more U with less - eg 20% - U-235) or a metal-ceramic (Kursk: U-Al zoned 20-45% enriched, clad in zircaloy, with c 200kg U-235 in each 200 MW core), they have long core lives, so that refuelling is needed only after 10 or more years, and new cores are designed to last 50 years in carriers and 30-40 years (over 1.5 million kilometres) in most submarines, the design enables a compact pressure vessel while maintaining safety. The Sevmorput pressure vessel for a relatively large marine reactor is 4.6 m high and 1.8 m diameter, enclosing a core 1 m high and 1.2 m diameter. thermal efficiency is less than in civil nuclear power plants due to the need for flexible power output, and space constraints for the steam system, there is no soluble boron used in naval reactors (at least US ones)...>>

...... submersible was announced This is based on the Oscar-class naval submarine and is apparently designed for research and rescue missions It will be built by the Sevmash shipyard at Severodvinsk , which builds Russian naval submarines China has several nuclear-powered submarines , and in February China Shipbuilding Industry Corp received state approval and funding to begin research ......

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(08/23/2013)
Legislation
Project
Tone: 0.27%
Pol: 4.32%
Act: 19.21%
Per: 0.33%
Que: 0.00%
Exc: 0.00%

Indepth Exploration Blog: Chernobyl at Sea? Russia Building Floating Nuclear Power Plants

...... , shortly after refueling Not A reassuring development for the Soviet Arctic environment Academician Lomonosov keel was laid in April at the Sevmash shipyard in Severodvinsk on the White Sea , but the project was subsequently transferred to the Baltiskii Zavod the Academician Lomonosov , ton hull was subsequently launched in , although ......

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(07/22/2013)
Project
Tone: -0.14%
Pol: 6.36%
Act: 19.07%
Per: 0.00%
Que: 0.00%
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Tweets

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 Tone

irrawaddynews

...Asian Countries Embrace Nuclear Energy | http://tinyurl.com/2focmar...

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Tone: 11.11%
Pol: 11.11%
Act: 11.11%
Per: 0.00%
Que: 0.00%
Exc: 0.00%

repowerleader

...Saudi plans nuclear energy centre|RIYADH: Saudi Arabia yesterday gave its strongest signal yet that it wants to .. http://oohja.com/xb3iL...

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Tone: 4.55%
Pol: 4.55%
Act: 13.64%
Per: 0.00%
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WorldNuclear

...Some supporting nuclear energy in Green parties have felt silenced, kudos to the UK Greens for publishing this http://trunc.it/34m8y...

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Pol: 4.55%
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