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nr titel auteur tijdschrift jaar jaarg. afl. pagina('s) type
1 A comparison of 90Sr and 137Cs uptake in plants via three pathways at two Chernobyl-contaminated sites Malek, M.A
2002
199-200 2-3 p. 129-141
13 p.
artikel
2 Actinide analysis of a depleted uranium penetrator from a 1999 target site in southern Serbia McLaughlin, J.P
2003
199-200 2-3 p. 155-165
11 p.
artikel
3 Aerial contamination of fruit through wet deposition and particulate dry deposition Kinnersley, R.P
2001
199-200 2-3 p. 191-213
23 p.
artikel
4 AFCF and clinoptilolite use in reduction of 137Cs deposition in several days' contaminated broiler chicks Mitrovic, B.
2007
199-200 2-3 p. 171-177
7 p.
artikel
5 An overview of the effect of organic matter on soil–radiocaesium interaction: implications in root uptake Rigol, A
2002
199-200 2-3 p. 191-216
26 p.
artikel
6 Application of ICP-QMS for the determination of plutonium in environmental samples for safeguards purposes Godoy, Maria Luiza D.P.
2007
199-200 2-3 p. 124-136
13 p.
artikel
7 Applying radioecology in a world of multiple contaminants Shaw, George
2005
199-200 2-3 p. 117-130
14 p.
artikel
8 A review of the occurrence and behaviour of neptunium in the Irish Sea Assinder, D.J.
1999
199-200 2-3 p. 335-347
13 p.
artikel
9 Assessment of spatial distribution of fallout radionuclides through geostatistics concept Mabit, L.
2007
199-200 2-3 p. 206-219
14 p.
artikel
10 Assessment of the consequences of the radioactive contamination of aquatic media and biota for the Chernobyl NPP cooling pond: model testing using Chernobyl data Kryshev, I.I.
1999
199-200 2-3 p. 143-156
artikel
11 Assessment of the genotoxicity of 137Cs radiation using Vicia-micronucleus, Tradescantia-micronucleus and Tradescantia-stamen-hair mutation bioassays Minouflet, Marion
2005
199-200 2-3 p. 143-153
11 p.
artikel
12 Bioavailability of radiostrontium in soil: Experimental study and modeling Sysoeva, A.A.
2005
199-200 2-3 p. 269-282
14 p.
artikel
13 BIOMOVS II: An international test of the performance of environmental transfer models Davis, P.A.
1999
199-200 2-3 p. 117-130
artikel
14 Biosphere modelling for the assessment of radioactive waste repositories; the development of a common basis by the BIOMOVS II reference biospheres working group van Dorp, Frits
1999
199-200 2-3 p. 225-236
artikel
15 Calendar 1992
199-200 2-3 p. 247-248
2 p.
artikel
16 Can barium and strontium be used as tracers for radium in soil–plant transfer studies? Vandenhove, H.
2005
199-200 2-3 p. 255-267
13 p.
artikel
17 Characterisation of projectiles composed of depleted uranium Pöllänen, R
2003
199-200 2-3 p. 133-142
10 p.
artikel
18 Civil use of depleted uranium Betti, Maria
2003
199-200 2-3 p. 113-119
7 p.
artikel
19 Complementary studies: biosphere modelling for dose assessments of radioactive waste repositories Klos, R.A.
1999
199-200 2-3 p. 237-254
artikel
20 Conclusions and recommendations Coughtrey, P.J
2001
199-200 2-3 p. 309-314
6 p.
artikel
21 Constraints on the use of anthropogenic radionuclide-derived chronologies for saltmarsh sediments Harvey, M.M.
2007
199-200 2-3 p. 126-148
23 p.
artikel
22 Contents for Volume 97 2007
199-200 2-3 p. I-III
nvt p.
artikel
23 Contents of Volume 2003
199-200 2-3 p. I-III
nvt p.
artikel
24 Contents of volume 36 1997
199-200 2-3 p. 269-270
2 p.
artikel
25 Contents of volume 17 1992
199-200 2-3 p. 249-250
2 p.
artikel
26 Contents of Volume 85 2006
199-200 2-3 p. I-IV
nvt p.
artikel
27 Contents of Volume 95 2007
199-200 2-3 p. I-II
nvt p.
artikel
28 Contents to Volume 81 2005
199-200 2-3 p. I-III
nvt p.
artikel
29 Depleted uranium particles in selected Kosovo samples Danesi, P.R
2003
199-200 2-3 p. 143-154
12 p.
artikel
30 Depleted uranium residual radiological risk assessment for Kosovo sites Durante, Marco
2003
199-200 2-3 p. 237-245
9 p.
artikel
31 Deposition of contaminant aerosol on human skin Andersson, K.G.
2006
199-200 2-3 p. 182-195
14 p.
artikel
32 Deposition of gaseous radionuclides to fruit Stewart, A.
2001
199-200 2-3 p. 175-189
15 p.
artikel
33 Determination of the specific alpha activity of thick sources with a large area ZnS(Ag) scintillation detector Djurašević, M.
2007
199-200 2-3 p. 75-85
11 p.
artikel
34 Dissolved plutonium and americium in surface waters of the Irish Sea, 1973–1996 Leonard, K.S.
1999
199-200 2-3 p. 129-158
30 p.
artikel
35 Distribution of 137Cs and inventories of 238Pu, 239/240Pu, 241Am and 137Cs in Irish Sea intertidal sediments Jones, D.G.
1999
199-200 2-3 p. 159-189
31 p.
artikel
36 Distribution of 90Sr and 137Cs in Arctic soil profiles polluted by heavy metals Puhakainen, M.
2005
199-200 2-3 p. 295-306
12 p.
artikel
37 Diurnal variation of radon progeny Seftelis, I.
2007
199-200 2-3 p. 116-123
8 p.
artikel
38 Dynamics of tritiated water (HTO) uptake and loss by crops after short-term atmospheric release Brudenell, A.J.P.
1997
199-200 2-3 p. 197-218
22 p.
artikel
39 Editorial Assimakopoulos, Panayotis A
2003
199-200 2-3 p. 87-88
2 p.
artikel
40 Editorial Gerzabek, Martin H.
2002
199-200 2-3 p. 95-96
2 p.
artikel
41 Editorial 1999
199-200 2-3 p. 127-128
2 p.
artikel
42 Editorial Baxter, Murdoch S.
1992
199-200 2-3 p. 93-95
3 p.
artikel
43 Editorial 1999
199-200 2-3 p. 115-116
artikel
44 Editorial Board 2003
199-200 2-3 p. IFC-
1 p.
artikel
45 Editorial board 2006
199-200 2-3 p. CO2-
1 p.
artikel
46 Editorial board 2005
199-200 2-3 p. CO2-
1 p.
artikel
47 Editorial board 2007
199-200 2-3 p. IFC-
1 p.
artikel
48 Editorial board 2007
199-200 2-3 p. IFC-
1 p.
artikel
49 Effect of K and bentonite additions on Cs-transfer to ryegrass Vandenhove, H.
2005
199-200 2-3 p. 233-253
21 p.
artikel
50 Effect of user interpretation on uncertainty estimates: examples from the air-to-milk transfer of radiocesium Kirchner, Gerald
1999
199-200 2-3 p. 177-190
artikel
51 Effects of model complexity on uncertainty estimates Elert, M.
1999
199-200 2-3 p. 255-270
artikel
52 Environmental processes affecting plant root uptake of radioactive trace elements and variability of transfer factor data: a review Ehlken, Sabine
2002
199-200 2-3 p. 97-112
16 p.
artikel
53 Erratum to “List of the reviewers” [J. Environ. Radioact. 91 (2006) 167–171] 2007
199-200 2-3 p. 178-
1 p.
artikel
54 Erratum to “The derivation of radionuclide transfer parameters for and dose-rates to an adult ringed seal (Phoca hispida) in an Arctic environment” [J. Environ. Radioact. 90 (2006) 197–209] Gwynn, J.P.
2007
199-200 2-3 p. 236-237
2 p.
artikel
55 Estimation of doses received in a dry-contaminated residential area in the Bryansk region, Russia, since the Chernobyl accident Andersson, K.G.
2006
199-200 2-3 p. 228-240
13 p.
artikel
56 Evaluation of 137Cs fallout from the Chernobyl accident in a forest soil and its impact on Alpine Lake sediments, Mercantour Massif, S.E. France Rezzoug, S.
2006
199-200 2-3 p. 369-379
11 p.
artikel
57 Evolution of Sr distribution coefficient as a function of time, incubation conditions and measurement technique Wang, Guo
2005
199-200 2-3 p. 173-185
13 p.
artikel
58 Exhalation of 222Rn from phosphogypsum piles located at the Southwest of Spain Dueñas, C.
2007
199-200 2-3 p. 63-74
12 p.
artikel
59 Exposure of biota in the cooling pond of Ignalina NPP: hydrophytes Nedveckaite, T.
2007
199-200 2-3 p. 137-147
11 p.
artikel
60 Fibre crops as alternative land use for radioactively contaminated arable land Vandenhove, H.
2005
199-200 2-3 p. 131-141
11 p.
artikel
61 Finnish workshop on the restoration of contaminated residential areas after a nuclear accident: strategy generation and impact assessment Ammann, M.
2006
199-200 2-3 p. 299-313
15 p.
artikel
62 Foreword Venter, A
2001
199-200 2-3 p. 117-122
6 p.
artikel
63 Gamma-dose rates from terrestrial and Chernobyl radionuclides inside and outside settlements in the Bryansk Region, Russia in 1996–2003 Ramzaev, Valery
2006
199-200 2-3 p. 205-227
23 p.
artikel
64 Generic values for soil-to-plant transfer factors of radiocesium Frissel, M.J
2002
199-200 2-3 p. 113-128
16 p.
artikel
65 Genomic instability in human osteoblast cells after exposure to depleted uranium: delayed lethality and micronuclei formation Miller, Alexandra C
2003
199-200 2-3 p. 247-259
13 p.
artikel
66 Impact of gamma irradiation on the transformation efficiency for extracellular plasmid DNA Ishii, Nobuyoshi
2007
199-200 2-3 p. 159-167
9 p.
artikel
67 Importance and variability in processes relevant to environmental tritium ingestion dose models Raskob, W.
1997
199-200 2-3 p. 237-251
15 p.
artikel
68 In-situ gamma-spectrometric measurement of the contamination in some selected settlements of Byelorussia (BSSR), Ukraine (UkrSSR) and the Russian Federation (RSFSR) Zombori, P.
1992
199-200 2-3 p. 97-106
10 p.
artikel
69 Intercalibration study of laboratories involved in assessing the environmental consequences of the Chernobyl accident Cooper, E.L.
1992
199-200 2-3 p. 129-145
17 p.
artikel
70 Intercomparison of model predictions of tritium concentrations in soil and foods following acute airborne HTO exposure Barry, P.J.
1999
199-200 2-3 p. 191-207
artikel
71 Introduction Carini, F.
2001
199-200 2-3 p. 123-129
7 p.
artikel
72 Isotopic composition and origin of uranium and plutonium in selected soil samples collected in Kosovo Danesi, P.R.
2003
199-200 2-3 p. 121-131
11 p.
artikel
73 Long-term contaminant migration and impacts from uranium mill tailings Camus, H.
1999
199-200 2-3 p. 289-304
artikel
74 Long-term stability of decontamination effect in recreational areas near the town Novozybkov, Bryansk Region, Russia Ramzaev, V.
2006
199-200 2-3 p. 280-298
19 p.
artikel
75 Measurement and modeling of oxidation rate of hydrogen isotopic gases by soil Ota, Masakazu
2007
199-200 2-3 p. 103-115
13 p.
artikel
76 Measurement of contaminant removal from skin using a portable fluorescence scanning system Hession, Helena
2006
199-200 2-3 p. 196-204
9 p.
artikel
77 Measurements and modeling of tritium reemission rates after HTO depositions at sunrise and at sunset Täschner, Michael
1997
199-200 2-3 p. 219-235
17 p.
artikel
78 Military use of depleted uranium: assessment of prolonged population exposure Giannardi, Cristina
2003
199-200 2-3 p. 227-236
10 p.
artikel
79 Millennial Editorial Series 2001
199-200 2-3 p. 113-
1 p.
artikel
80 Modelling 137Cs uptake in plants from undisturbed soil monoliths Waegeneers, Nadia
2005
199-200 2-3 p. 187-199
13 p.
artikel
81 Models for radionuclide transfer to fruits and data requirements Mitchell, N.G
2001
199-200 2-3 p. 291-307
17 p.
artikel
82 Model simulations of the fate of 14C added to a Canadian shield lake Bird, G.A.
1999
199-200 2-3 p. 209-223
artikel
83 MUD: a Model to investigate the migration of 137Cs in the Urban environment and Drainage and sewage treatment systems Gallego, Eduardo
2006
199-200 2-3 p. 247-264
18 p.
artikel
84 Natural radioactivity in some major rivers of coastal Karnataka on the southwest coast of India Narayana, Y.
2007
199-200 2-3 p. 98-106
9 p.
artikel
85 [No title] Gerzabek, M.H.
2005
199-200 2-3 p. 115-116
2 p.
artikel
86 Observation of changes in urinary excretion of thorium in humans following ingestion of a therapeutic soil Höllriegl, V.
2007
199-200 2-3 p. 149-160
12 p.
artikel
87 Observations on the redistribution of plutonium and americium in the Irish Sea sediments, 1978 to 1996: concentrations and inventories Kershaw, P.J.
1999
199-200 2-3 p. 191-221
31 p.
artikel
88 Observed half-lives of 3H, 90Sr and 137Cs in hydrosphere in the Vltava River basin (Bohemia) Hanslík, Eduard
2005
199-200 2-3 p. 307-320
14 p.
artikel
89 Organically bound tritium in wheat after short-term exposure to atmospheric tritium under laboratory conditions Diabaté, S.
1997
199-200 2-3 p. 157-175
19 p.
artikel
90 Oxidation states of uranium in DU particles from Kosovo Salbu, B
2003
199-200 2-3 p. 167-173
7 p.
artikel
91 210Pb and 137Cs as chronometers for salt marsh accretion in the Venice Lagoon – links to flooding frequency and climate change Bellucci, L.G.
2007
199-200 2-3 p. 85-102
18 p.
artikel
92 Performance assessment studies of models for water flow and radionuclide transport in vegetated soils using lysimeter data Butler, A.P.
1999
199-200 2-3 p. 271-288
artikel
93 Plutonium and americium in fish, shellfish and seaweed in the Irish environment and their contribution to dose Ryan, T.P.
1999
199-200 2-3 p. 349-369
21 p.
artikel
94 Possible role of organic matter in radiocaesium adsorption in soils Staunton, S.
2002
199-200 2-3 p. 163-173
11 p.
artikel
95 Post-deposition transport of radionuclides in fruit Carini, F
2001
199-200 2-3 p. 215-236
22 p.
artikel
96 Potential incursion of marine sediment inland during storms: the radiological importance of actinides Wilkins, B.T.
1999
199-200 2-3 p. 371-388
18 p.
artikel
97 Properties, use and health effects of depleted uranium (DU): a general overview Bleise, A
2003
199-200 2-3 p. 93-112
20 p.
artikel
98 Radioactive contamination in urban areas Andersson, Kasper G.
2006
199-200 2-3 p. 151-153
3 p.
artikel
99 Radioactivity and radiological risk associated with effluent sediment containing technologically enhanced naturally occurring radioactive materials in amang (tin tailings) processing industry Bahari, Ismail
2007
199-200 2-3 p. 161-170
10 p.
artikel
100 Radioactivity in food and total diet samples collected in selected settlements in the USSR Cooper, E.L.
1992
199-200 2-3 p. 147-157
11 p.
artikel
101 Radiobiological monitoring of striped field mouse populations in the Moscow recreation forest “Kuzminki” Osipov, A.N.
2006
199-200 2-3 p. 361-368
8 p.
artikel
102 Radiocaesium contamination of meadow vegetation—time-dependent variability and influence of soil characteristics at grassland sites in Austria Strebl, F
2002
199-200 2-3 p. 143-161
19 p.
artikel
103 Radiocesium and lead in the lichen species parmelia sulcata sampled in three regions around Chernobyl: Assessment of concentrations in 1990 van den Berg, G.J.
1992
199-200 2-3 p. 115-127
13 p.
artikel
104 Radiochemical methods used by the IAEA's laboratories at Seibersdorf for the determination of 90Sr, 144Ce and Pu radionuclides in environmental samples collected for the International Chernobyl project LaRosa, J.J.
1992
199-200 2-3 p. 183-209
27 p.
artikel
105 Radioecological and radiological papers on the Chernobyl accident (1986–1991): publications in the former USSR Polikarpov, G.G.
1992
199-200 2-3 p. 223-246
24 p.
artikel
106 Radiological Dispersion Devices: are we prepared? Sohier, Alain
2006
199-200 2-3 p. 171-181
11 p.
artikel
107 Radiometric measurements in selected settlements in Byelorussia and the Ukraine Lettner, H.
1992
199-200 2-3 p. 107-113
7 p.
artikel
108 Radionuclide concentrations in environmental samples collected around Chernobyl during the international Chernobyl project — analyses conducted by Battelle, Pacific Northwest laboratory Robertson, D.E.
1992
199-200 2-3 p. 159-182
24 p.
artikel
109 Radionuclide distributions and particle size associations in Irish Sea surface sediments: implications for actinide dispersion MacKenzie, A.B.
1999
199-200 2-3 p. 275-296
22 p.
artikel
110 Radionuclide transfer from soil to fruit Carini, F
2001
199-200 2-3 p. 237-279
43 p.
artikel
111 Radiostrontium hot spot in the Russian Arctic: ground surface contamination by 90Sr at the “Kraton-3” underground nuclear explosion site Ramzaev, Valery
2007
199-200 2-3 p. 107-125
19 p.
artikel
112 Reduction of external dose in a wet-contaminated housing area in the Bryansk Region, Russia Roed, J.
2006
199-200 2-3 p. 265-279
15 p.
artikel
113 Requirements of future models for inhabited areas Brown, J.
2006
199-200 2-3 p. 344-360
17 p.
artikel
114 Review of dynamical models for external dose calculations based on Monte Carlo simulations in urbanised areas Eged, Katalin
2006
199-200 2-3 p. 330-343
14 p.
artikel
115 Seasonal variations of natural ventilation and radon-222 exhalation in a slightly rising dead-end tunnel Perrier, Frédéric
2007
199-200 2-3 p. 220-235
16 p.
artikel
116 Selenium bioavailability and uptake as affected by four different plants in a loamy clay soil with particular attention to mycorrhizae inoculated ryegrass Munier-Lamy, C.
2007
199-200 2-3 p. 148-158
11 p.
artikel
117 Simultaneous measurement of 226Ra and 228Ra in natural water by liquid scintillation counting Lasheen, Yasser F.
2007
199-200 2-3 p. 86-97
12 p.
artikel
118 Soil migration and plant uptake of technetium from a fluctuating water table Ashworth, D.J.
2005
199-200 2-3 p. 155-171
17 p.
artikel
119 Soil organic horizons as a major source for radiocesium biorecycling in forest ecosystems Kruyts, Nathalie
2002
199-200 2-3 p. 175-190
16 p.
artikel
120 Special issue of the Journal of Environmental Radioactivity on environmental tritium Amiro, Brian D.
1997
199-200 2-3 p. 109-
1 p.
artikel
121 Test of existing mathematical models for atmospheric resuspension of radionuclides Garger, E.K.
1999
199-200 2-3 p. 157-175
artikel
122 The biokinetics of uranium migrating from embedded DU fragments Leggett, R.W
2003
199-200 2-3 p. 205-225
21 p.
artikel
123 The effect of storage and processing on radionuclide content of fruit Green, N.
2001
199-200 2-3 p. 281-290
10 p.
artikel
124 The EXPURT model for calculating external γ doses from deposited material in inhabited areas Jones, J.A.
2006
199-200 2-3 p. 314-329
16 p.
artikel
125 The influence of the development of temperate fruit tree species on the potential for their uptake of radionuclides Atkinson, C.J
2001
199-200 2-3 p. 131-146
16 p.
artikel
126 Theoretical and practical aspects of a free-atmosphere tritium exposure system Amiro, B.D
1997
199-200 2-3 p. 141-156
16 p.
artikel
127 The radiological impact of actinides discharged to the Irish Sea Hunt, G.J.
1999
199-200 2-3 p. 389-403
15 p.
artikel
128 The role of fruit in the diet Fulker, M.J
2001
199-200 2-3 p. 147-157
11 p.
artikel
129 The role of fungi in the transfer and cycling of radionuclides in forest ecosystems Steiner, M
2002
199-200 2-3 p. 217-241
25 p.
artikel
130 The role of near-shore industrial waste releases in the dispersion of radionuclides in the NE Irish Sea Hamilton, E.I.
1999
199-200 2-3 p. 297-333
37 p.
artikel
131 The role of thermal and photochemical reactions upon the remobilisation of Pu from an Irish Sea sediment McCubbin, David
1999
199-200 2-3 p. 253-273
21 p.
artikel
132 The Swedish nuclear dilemma Holm, Elis
2001
199-200 2-3 p. 113-115
3 p.
artikel
133 The true distribution and accumulation of radiocaesium in stem of Scots pine (Pinus sylvestris L.) Thiry, Yves
2002
199-200 2-3 p. 243-259
17 p.
artikel
134 Thorium uptake by wheat at different stages of plant growth Shtangeeva, I.
2005
199-200 2-3 p. 283-293
11 p.
artikel
135 Transfer of radioactivity to fruit: significant radionuclides and speciation Ould-Dada, Zitouni
2001
199-200 2-3 p. 159-174
16 p.
artikel
136 Transuranic and fission product contamination in lake sediments from an alpine wetland, Boréon (France) Schertz, M.
2006
199-200 2-3 p. 380-388
9 p.
artikel
137 Trends in plutonium, americium and radiocaesium accumulation and long-term bioavailability in the western Irish Sea mud basin Mitchell, P.I.
1999
199-200 2-3 p. 223-251
29 p.
artikel
138 TRIF — An intermediate approach to environmental tritium modelling Higgins, N.A.
1997
199-200 2-3 p. 253-267
15 p.
artikel
139 Tritium fractionation in anomalous water bound to environmental samples Kim, M.A.
1997
199-200 2-3 p. 111-127
17 p.
artikel
140 Tritium oxide wash-out by drops Belovodski, L.F.
1997
199-200 2-3 p. 129-139
11 p.
artikel
141 Tritium transfer parameters for the winter environment Davis, P.A.
1997
199-200 2-3 p. 177-196
20 p.
artikel
142 Uncertainties associated with the corroboration of official USSR environmental data in areas contaminated by Chernobyl fallout Steinhäusler, F.
1992
199-200 2-3 p. 211-222
12 p.
artikel
143 Uptake and distribution of 90Sr and stable Sr in rice plants Tsukada, Hirofumi
2005
199-200 2-3 p. 221-231
11 p.
artikel
144 Uranium distribution and cycling in Scots pine (Pinus sylvestris L.) growing on a revegetated U-mining heap Thiry, Yves
2005
199-200 2-3 p. 201-219
19 p.
artikel
145 Uranium ores and depleted uranium in the environment, with a reference to uranium in the biosphere from the Erzgebirge/Sachsen, Germany Meinrath, A
2003
199-200 2-3 p. 175-193
19 p.
artikel
146 Urban dose rates at Gävle, Göteborg and Lund Erlandsson, Bengt
2006
199-200 2-3 p. 241-246
6 p.
artikel
147 Urban meteorological modelling for nuclear emergency preparedness Baklanov, Alexander
2006
199-200 2-3 p. 154-170
17 p.
artikel
148 Use of HPGe γ-ray spectrometry to assess the isotopic compositiion of uranium in soils Papachristodoulou, C.A.
2003
199-200 2-3 p. 195-203
9 p.
artikel
149 Validation of models of radionuclide wash-off from contaminated watersheds using Chernobyl data Konoplev, A.V.
1999
199-200 2-3 p. 131-141
artikel
150 Variation of the distribution coefficient (K d) of selenium in soils under various microbial states Février, L.
2007
199-200 2-3 p. 189-205
17 p.
artikel
151 Variations of 210Po and 210Pb in various marine organisms from Western English Channel: contribution of 210Po to the radiation dose Connan, O.
2007
199-200 2-3 p. 168-188
21 p.
artikel
152 What ICRP advice applies to DU? Valentin, J
2003
199-200 2-3 p. 89-92
4 p.
artikel
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