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Affect the Hydrosphere? How did Chernobyl affect
the Geoosphere? How did Chernobyl affect the Biosphere? When the Chernobyl reactor exploded, there was nuclear waste spilled all over the place. When the nuclear waste spilled there was a lot of radiation that went up into the atmosphere. Chernobyl affects the Hydrosphere because when it
exploded, the leaking nuclear waste soaked into the soil and the ground. as it leaked into the ground it got into the water in underground storage. with the water cycle, some of the contaminated water could have ended up in tap water or ocean water. Chernobyl happened in 1986. It was a very large nuclear power plant that exploded from scientists that were inexperienced. by mid 2005, there were less than 60 deaths. the cost to cover the damages from Chernobyl were about $23 million. Chernobyl didn't affect the Geosphere as much is it did some of the other spheres. The geospere is was just the rock around the reactor. he main damage it did on the geosphere was erode some of the rock and soak down into the dirt and into the water cycle. Along with eroding the rock, it would pollute the geosphere and burn down trees. Chernobyl affected the Biosphere in many ways.
The nuclear waste would get into the water and plants that the animals would eat and get the sick and kill them. Just like people, the animals could've gotten sick. If the nuclear waste would've have contaminated their food and water then it could have gone through and destroyed everything with their home like the forest. how does Chernobyl affect the atmosphere and hydrosphere What were the overall damages of Chernobyl? Chernobyl happened in 1986. It was a very large nuclear power plant that exploded from scientists that were inexperienced. by mid 2005, there were less than 60 deaths. the cost to cover the damages from Chernobyl were about $23 million. What were the overall damages of Chernobyl?