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Topic - Alex Sich
But the Japanese situation is different, he said.
Alex Sich, a nuclear engineer at Franciscan University in Ohio, who has lived in Chernobyl and published research on the disaster there, noted that Russian authorities dumped some 5,000 tons of sand, clay and other materials from helicopters in an attempt to smother that dangerous reactor.