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nr titel auteur tijdschrift jaar jaarg. afl. pagina('s) type
1 An ethical dimension to sustainable restoration and long-term management of contaminated areas Oughton, Deborah
2004
223-224 1-3 p. 171-183
13 p.
artikel
2 Changing patterns of radionuclide distribution in Irish Sea subtidal sediments Jones, David G.
2007
223-224 1-3 p. 63-74
12 p.
artikel
3 Contents for Volume 96 2007
223-224 1-3 p. I-II
nvt p.
artikel
4 137Cs and 40K in the terrestrial vegetation of the Yenisey Estuary: landscape, soil and plant relationships Korobova, Elena M.
2007
223-224 1-3 p. 144-156
13 p.
artikel
5 Cytogenetic dose–response and adaptive response in cells of ungulate species exposed to ionizing radiation Ulsh, B.A
2004
223-224 1-3 p. 73-81
9 p.
artikel
6 Distribution of nuclear bomb Pu in Nishiyama area, Nagasaki, estimated by accurate and precise determination of 240Pu/239Pu ratio in soils Yoshida, S.
2007
223-224 1-3 p. 85-93
9 p.
artikel
7 Doses to members of the general public and observed effects on biota: Chernobyl Forum update Anspaugh, Lynn R.
2007
223-224 1-3 p. 13-19
7 p.
artikel
8 Ecological impacts of umbrella effects of radiation on the individual members Doi, Masahiro
2007
223-224 1-3 p. 32-38
7 p.
artikel
9 Editorial Board 2004
223-224 1-3 p. IFC-
1 p.
artikel
10 Editorial board 2007
223-224 1-3 p. IFC-
1 p.
artikel
11 Effects of gamma irradiation on Holcus lanatus (Yorkshire fog grass) and associated soil microorganisms Jones, Helen E.
2004
223-224 1-3 p. 57-71
15 p.
artikel
12 Ethics, genetics and dynamics: an emerging systematic approach to radiation protection of the environment Pentreath, R.J.
2004
223-224 1-3 p. 19-30
12 p.
artikel
13 Long-term immune and cytogenetic effects of high level natural radiation on Ramsar inhabitants in Iran Ghiassi-Nejad, M.
2004
223-224 1-3 p. 107-116
10 p.
artikel
14 Low Dose Rate Irradiation Facility: initial study on chronic exposures to medaka Hinton, T.G
2004
223-224 1-3 p. 43-55
13 p.
artikel
15 Measurements of short-lived cosmic-ray-produced radionuclides in rainwater Komura, K.
2007
223-224 1-3 p. 103-109
7 p.
artikel
16 Modeling 137Cs migration processes in lake sediments Putyrskaya, Victoria
2007
223-224 1-3 p. 54-62
9 p.
artikel
17 Modelling of long-term behaviour of caesium and strontium radionuclides in the Arctic environment and human exposure Golikov, Vladislav
2004
223-224 1-3 p. 159-169
11 p.
artikel
18 Multiple stressor effects of radiation and metals in salmon (Salmo salar) Mothersill, C.
2007
223-224 1-3 p. 20-31
12 p.
artikel
19 NARAC: an emergency response resource for predicting the atmospheric dispersion and assessing the consequences of airborne radionuclides Bradley, Michael M.
2007
223-224 1-3 p. 116-121
6 p.
artikel
20 Plutonium isotopes in the lower reaches of the River Rhône over the period 1945–2000: fluxes towards the Mediterranean Sea and sedimentary inventories Eyrolle, Frédérique
2004
223-224 1-3 p. 127-138
12 p.
artikel
21 Preliminary results from the first national in situ gamma spectrometry survey of the United Kingdom Tyler, Andrew N.
2007
223-224 1-3 p. 94-102
9 p.
artikel
22 Probabilistic risk assessment for long-range atmospheric transport of radionuclides Lauritzen, Bent
2007
223-224 1-3 p. 110-115
6 p.
artikel
23 Radioactive contamination of wild mushrooms: a cross-cultural risk perception study Druzhinina, I.
2004
223-224 1-3 p. 83-90
8 p.
artikel
24 Radioactivity in the environment around past radium and uranium mining sites of Portugal Carvalho, F.P.
2007
223-224 1-3 p. 39-46
8 p.
artikel
25 Radioactivity in the environment (including the Arctic and Antarctic). The International Conference in Nice, France, 2–6 October 2005 Strand, Per
2007
223-224 1-3 p. 1-5
5 p.
artikel
26 Radioactivity in the Environment - the International Conference in Monaco, 1-5 September, 2002 Strand, Per
2004
223-224 1-3 p. 1-5
5 p.
artikel
27 Radioecological investigations in shallow bays of the Novaya Zemlya Archipelago in 2002–2005 Stepanets, O.
2007
223-224 1-3 p. 130-137
8 p.
artikel
28 Radionuclide speciation and its relevance in environmental impact assessments Salbu, B.
2004
223-224 1-3 p. 233-242
10 p.
artikel
29 Results of the European Commission MARINA II study: part I—general information and effects of discharges by the nuclear industry Betti, M.
2004
223-224 1-3 p. 243-254
12 p.
artikel
30 Results of the European Commission Marina II Study Part II—effects of discharges of naturally occurring radioactive material Betti, M.
2004
223-224 1-3 p. 255-277
23 p.
artikel
31 Sequential extraction of 226Ra in sediments from an estuary affected historically by anthropogenic inputs of natural radionuclides Aguado, Juan L.
2004
223-224 1-3 p. 117-126
10 p.
artikel
32 Speciation of radionuclides – analytical challenges within environmental impact and risk assessments Salbu, Brit
2007
223-224 1-3 p. 47-53
7 p.
artikel
33 90Sr migration to the geo-sphere from a waste burial in the Chernobyl exclusion zone Dewiere, L
2004
223-224 1-3 p. 139-150
12 p.
artikel
34 Studies with natural and anthropogenic iodine isotopes: iodine distribution and cycling in the global environment Muramatsu, Yasuyuki
2004
223-224 1-3 p. 221-232
12 p.
artikel
35 The Chernobyl Forum: major findings and recommendations Balonov, M.I.
2007
223-224 1-3 p. 6-12
7 p.
artikel
36 The current content of artificial radionuclides in the water of the Tobol–Irtysh river system (from the mouth of the Iset River to the confluence with the Ob River) Nikitin, Alexander I.
2007
223-224 1-3 p. 138-143
6 p.
artikel
37 The Danish emergency response model of the atmosphere (DERMA) Sørensen, Jens Havskov
2007
223-224 1-3 p. 122-129
8 p.
artikel
38 The dispersion of 99Tc in the Nordic Seas and the Arctic Ocean: a comparison of model results and observations Karcher, Michael J.
2004
223-224 1-3 p. 185-198
14 p.
artikel
39 The ecological relevance of current approaches for environmental protection from exposure to ionising radiation Copplestone, David
2004
223-224 1-3 p. 31-41
11 p.
artikel
40 The effect of sulfate-reducing bacteria on adsorption of 137Cs by soils from arid and tropical regions Russell, Robert A
2004
223-224 1-3 p. 151-158
8 p.
artikel
41 The geographic distribution of radionuclide deposition across the continental US from atmospheric nuclear testing Simon, Steven L
2004
223-224 1-3 p. 91-105
15 p.
artikel
42 The International Biosphere Modelling and Assessment Programme (BIOMASS): an overview Linsley, Gordon
2004
223-224 1-3 p. 279-283
5 p.
artikel
43 The Oslo consensus conference on protection of the environment Oughton, D.H.
2004
223-224 1-3 p. 7-17
11 p.
artikel
44 Uptake and depuration of 131I from labelled diatoms (Skeletonema costatum) to the edible periwinkle (Littorina littorea) Wilson, R.C.
2007
223-224 1-3 p. 75-84
10 p.
artikel
45 Uranium–thorium disequilibrium in north-east Atlantic waters Smith, K.J.
2004
223-224 1-3 p. 199-210
12 p.
artikel
46 Volume Contents 2004
223-224 1-3 p. I-III
nvt p.
artikel
47 X-ray absorption spectroscopy studies of reactions of technetium, uranium and neptunium with mackinawite Livens, Francis R.
2004
223-224 1-3 p. 211-219
9 p.
artikel
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