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nr titel auteur tijdschrift jaar jaarg. afl. pagina('s) type
1 Abnormal high natural radium concentration in surface waters Lauria, D.C.
2002
223-224 2 p. 159-168
10 p.
artikel
2 Accumulation of 241Am by suspended matter, diatoms and aquatic weeds of the Yenisei River Zotina, T.A.
2010
223-224 2 p. 148-152
5 p.
artikel
3 Accumulation of Chernobyl-derived 137Cs in bottom sediments of some Finnish lakes Ilus, Erkki
2005
223-224 2 p. 199-221
23 p.
artikel
4 Accumulation of 137Cs in Brazilian soils and its transfer to plants under different climatic conditions Handl, J.
2008
223-224 2 p. 271-287
17 p.
artikel
5 Accumulation of 210Po in Baltic invertebrates Skwarzec, Bogdan
1988
223-224 2 p. 99-109
11 p.
artikel
6 Accumulation of 210Po in foodstuffs cultivated in farms around the Brazilian mining and milling facilities on Poços de Caldas plateau Santos, P.L.
1990
223-224 2 p. 141-149
9 p.
artikel
7 Accumulation of 210Po in selected species of Baltic fish Skwarzec, Bogdan
1988
223-224 2 p. 111-118
8 p.
artikel
8 Accumulation of radionuclides from radioactive substrata by some micromycetes Zhdanova, N.N.
2003
223-224 2 p. 119-130
12 p.
artikel
9 Accumulation of 99Tc in duckweed Lemna minor L. as a function of growth rate and 99Tc concentration Hattink, Jasper
2001
223-224 2 p. 117-138
22 p.
artikel
10 Acetate biodegradation by anaerobic microorganisms at high pH and high calcium concentration Yoshida, Takahiro
2011
223-224 2 p. 170-177
8 p.
artikel
11 A comparative study of 239,240Pu in soil near the former Rocky Flats Nuclear Weapons Facility, Golden, CO Margulies, Todd D.
2004
223-224 2 p. 143-157
15 p.
artikel
12 A comparison of caesium uptake kinetics in eight species of grass Broadley, M.R.
1999
223-224 2 p. 225-236
12 p.
artikel
13 A comparison of doses from137Cs and210Po in marine food: A major international study Aarkrog, A.
1997
223-224 2 p. 217-218
2 p.
artikel
14 A comparison of modelled and measured Chernobyl 90Sr distributions in the Black Sea Stanev, Emil V.
1999
223-224 2 p. 187-203
17 p.
artikel
15 A comparison of 210 Po accumulation in molluscs from the southern Baltic, the coast of Spitsbergen and Sasek Wielki Lake in Poland Stepnowski, Piotr
2000
223-224 2 p. 201-208
8 p.
artikel
16 A comparison of the particle track and α-spectrometric techniques in excess thorium-230 dating of Eastern Atlantic pelagic sediments Crawford, Ronald W.
1985
223-224 2 p. 135-144
10 p.
artikel
17 A critical comparison of the cost-effectiveness of domestic radon remediation programmes in three counties of England Coskeran, Thomas
2002
223-224 2 p. 129-144
16 p.
artikel
18 Activity concentration of caesium-137 in agricultural soils Aslani, Mahmoud A.A.
2003
223-224 2 p. 131-145
15 p.
artikel
19 A 2D 4-phases marine dispersion model for non-conservative radionuclides. Part 1: Conceptual and computational model Abril, J.M.
1993
223-224 2 p. 71-88
18 p.
artikel
20 A 2D 4-phases marine dispersion model for non-conservative radionuclides. Part 2: Two applications Abril, J.M.
1993
223-224 2 p. 89-115
27 p.
artikel
21 Adsorption of thorium from aqueous solutions by perlite Talip, Z.
2009
223-224 2 p. 139-143
5 p.
artikel
22 A dynamic model for assessing radiological consequences of tritium routinely released in rivers. Application to the Loire River Ciffroy, P.
2006
223-224 2 p. 110-139
30 p.
artikel
23 A general methodology for structuring models to predict the long-term migration of radionuclides from catchments Monte, Luigi
2002
223-224 2 p. 153-168
16 p.
artikel
24 A generic dynamic model of Cs-137 turnover in Nordic Lakes Nordlinder, Sture
1997
223-224 2 p. 175-191
17 p.
artikel
25 Airborne 131I at a background monitoring site Kitto, Michael E.
2005
223-224 2 p. 129-136
8 p.
artikel
26 A laboratory and field study of 210Po depuration by edible winkles (Littorina littorea L.) from the Cumbrian Coast (north-eastern Irish Sea) Swift, D.J.
1995
223-224 2 p. 119-133
15 p.
artikel
27 A laboratory study of Zn and 134Cs depuration by the sea snail (Rapana venosa) Onat, Belgin
1999
223-224 2 p. 201-206
6 p.
artikel
28 A marine dispersion model for radionuckides and its calibration from non-radiological information Abril, J.M.
1992
223-224 2 p. 127-146
20 p.
artikel
29 Ambient 133Xe levels in the Northeast US Bowyer, T.W.
1997
223-224 2 p. 143-153
11 p.
artikel
30 A modelling study of 226Ra dispersion in an estuarine system in south-west Spain Periáñez, R.
1994
223-224 2 p. 159-179
21 p.
artikel
31 Am-241 remobilization in a calcareous soil under simplified rhizospheric conditions studied by column experiments Perrier, T.
2005
223-224 2 p. 205-221
17 p.
artikel
32 Analysis of potential radiocaesium soil contamination: A case study using two different simulation models Persicani, Danilo
1995
223-224 2 p. 161-180
20 p.
artikel
33 Analysis of radioactivity levels in soils and crops from the Campania region (South Italy) after the Chernobyl accident Roca, V.
1989
223-224 2 p. 117-129
13 p.
artikel
34 Analysis of radiocaesium in the Lebanese soil one decade after the Chernobyl accident El Samad, O.
2007
223-224 2 p. 72-79
8 p.
artikel
35 Analysis of temperature influences on the amplitude–frequency characteristics of Rn gas concentration Finkelstein, Michael
2006
223-224 2 p. 251-270
20 p.
artikel
36 Analytical results and effective dose estimation of the operational Environmental Monitoring Program for the radioactive waste repository in Abadia de Goiás from 1998 to 2008 Ribeiro, Edison
2011
223-224 2 p. 145-152
8 p.
artikel
37 An approach to assessing the probability of unsatisfactory radon in air-conditioned offices of Hong Kong Mui, K.W.
2008
223-224 2 p. 248-259
12 p.
artikel
38 An assessment of the external radiological impact in areas of Greece with elevated natural radioactivity Florou, H.
2007
223-224 2 p. 74-83
10 p.
artikel
39 A nationwide survey of outdoor radon concentration in Japan Oikawa, Shinji
2003
223-224 2 p. 203-213
11 p.
artikel
40 An environmental 222Rn source-term: Characterization of porous concrete containing fly ash Mrnuštík, J.
1990
223-224 2 p. 121-129
9 p.
artikel
41 A new compilation of the atmospheric 85krypton inventories from 1945 to 2000 and its evaluation in a global transport model Winger, K.
2005
223-224 2 p. 183-215
33 p.
artikel
42 A new general dynamic model predicting radionuclide concentrations and fluxes in coastal areas from readily accessible driving variables Håkanson, Lars
2005
223-224 2 p. 217-245
artikel
43 A new geometry for electrodeposition of 241Am in assay of environmental samples Mascanzoni, D.
1986
223-224 2 p. 145-148
4 p.
artikel
44 Announcement 2001
223-224 2 p. 299-300
2 p.
artikel
45 Announcement 1995
223-224 2 p. 189-
1 p.
artikel
46 Announcement 1990
223-224 2 p. 194-
1 p.
artikel
47 Announcement 2004
223-224 2 p. 231-
1 p.
artikel
48 Announcement of a new scientific association: South Pacific environmental radioactivity association 1994
223-224 2 p. 211-212
2 p.
artikel
49 An opportunity for the millennium: investigating Nagasaki plutonium Kudo, Akira
2001
223-224 2 p. 81-85
5 p.
artikel
50 A Nordic preparedness guide for early clean-up in radioactively contaminated residential areas Andersson, Kasper G.
1999
223-224 2 p. 207-223
17 p.
artikel
51 A novel approach to the sequential extraction of plutonium from oxic and anoxic sediment using sodium citrate to inhibit post-extraction resorption Lucey, Julie A.
2007
223-224 2 p. 63-73
11 p.
artikel
52 Anthropogenic radionuclides in Peter the Great bay Tkalin, A.V
2000
223-224 2 p. 229-238
10 p.
artikel
53 Application of a magnetic extraction technique to assess radionuclide–mineral association in Cumbrian shoreline sediments McCubbin, David
2004
223-224 2 p. 111-131
21 p.
artikel
54 Application of multivariate statistical analyses in the interpretation of geochemical behaviour of uranium in phosphatic rocks in the Red Sea, Nile Valley and Western Desert, Egypt El-Arabi, Abd El-Gabar M.
2002
223-224 2 p. 169-190
22 p.
artikel
55 Application of radiometric analysis in the study of provenance and transport processes of Brazilian coastal sediments Carvalho, C.
2011
223-224 2 p. 185-192
8 p.
artikel
56 Application of SO4 2−/TiO2 solid superacid in decontaminating radioactive pollutants Yin, Hong-Ling
2006
223-224 2 p. 227-235
9 p.
artikel
57 Application of the Weibull extrapolation to 137Cs geochronology in Tokyo Bay and Ise Bay, Japan Lu, Xueqiang
2004
223-224 2 p. 169-181
13 p.
artikel
58 A preliminary study on the use of 10Be in forensic radioecology of nuclear explosion sites Whitehead, N.E.
2008
223-224 2 p. 260-270
11 p.
artikel
59 Artificial radionuclides in the atmosphere over Lithuania Lujanienė, G.
2009
223-224 2 p. 108-119
12 p.
artikel
60 A simple bubbling system for measuring radon (222Rn) gas concentrations in water samples based on the high solubility of radon in olive oil Al-Azmi, D
2004
223-224 2 p. 175-186
12 p.
artikel
61 A simple method for determination of 226 Ra in environmental samples by applying α–β coincidence liquid scintillation counting Sato, K.
2000
223-224 2 p. 247-256
10 p.
artikel
62 Assessment from autopsy sources of the internal dose due to 137Cs and 134Cs from the Chernobyl accident Gallelli, Giovanni
1989
223-224 2 p. 131-143
13 p.
artikel
63 Assessment of alpha activity of building materials commonly used in West Bengal, India Ghosh, Dipak
2008
223-224 2 p. 316-321
6 p.
artikel
64 Assessment of gamma dose rates around Istanbul (Turkey) Karahan, G
2000
223-224 2 p. 213-221
9 p.
artikel
65 Assessment of plant uptake of radioactive nickel from soils Denys, S
2002
223-224 2 p. 195-205
11 p.
artikel
66 Assessment of radiation exposure in the uranium mining and milling area of Mailuu Suu, Kyrgyzstan Vandenhove, H.
2006
223-224 2 p. 118-139
22 p.
artikel
67 Assessment of the natural radioactivity and radiological hazards in Turkish cement and its raw materials Turhan, Ş.
2008
223-224 2 p. 404-414
11 p.
artikel
68 Assessment of the radiological impacts of a zircon sand processing plant Righi, Serena
2005
223-224 2 p. 237-250
14 p.
artikel
69 Assessment of the radiological impacts of historical coal mining operations on the environment of Ny-Ålesund, Svalbard Dowdall, M.
2004
223-224 2 p. 101-114
14 p.
artikel
70 Assessment, validation and intercomparison of operational models for predicting tritium migration from routine discharges of nuclear power plants: the case of Loire River Goutal, Nicole
2008
223-224 2 p. 367-382
16 p.
artikel
71 A study of 222Rn in well water supplies in the area of Aberdeen, Scotland Al-Doorie, F.N.
1993
223-224 2 p. 163-173
11 p.
artikel
72 A study of the 222 Rn flux from soil in the U mineralised belt at Jaduguda Jha, S
2000
223-224 2 p. 157-169
13 p.
artikel
73 A study of the technologically modified sources of 222 Rn and its environmental impact in an Indian U mineralised belt Jha, S
2001
223-224 2 p. 183-197
15 p.
artikel
74 A study of the vertical diffusion of the cosmogenic radionuclides, 7Be and 22Na in the atmosphere Jasiulionis, Rimvydas
2005
223-224 2 p. 157-169
13 p.
artikel
75 Atmospheric deposition of 137Cs between 1994 and 2002 at Cienfuegos, Cuba Alonso-Hernández, C.M.
2006
223-224 2 p. 199-204
6 p.
artikel
76 Benchmark profiles for advection-dispersion migration of radionuclides through two-layered geologic media Nakayama, Shinichi
1987
223-224 2 p. 87-103
17 p.
artikel
77 Beryllium-7 atmospheric deposition and sediment inventories in the Neponset River estuary, Massachusetts, USA Zhu, Jun
2009
223-224 2 p. 192-197
6 p.
artikel
78 Bioaccumulation and distribution of plutonium in fish from Gdansk Bay Skwarzec, Bogdan
2001
223-224 2 p. 167-178
12 p.
artikel
79 Bioaccumulation of 137Cs in pelagic food webs in the Norwegian and Barents Seas Heldal, Hilde Elise
2003
223-224 2 p. 177-185
9 p.
artikel
80 Bioaccumulation of polonium 210Po in marine birds Skwarzec, B.
2007
223-224 2 p. 119-126
8 p.
artikel
81 Biogeochemical signatures in the lichen Hypogymnia physodes in the mid Urals Purvis, O.W.
2006
223-224 2 p. 151-162
12 p.
artikel
82 Bioindicators in the tropical forest of Kaiga environment Somashekarappa, H.M.
1996
223-224 2 p. 189-198
10 p.
artikel
83 Biologically induced Po emission from fresh water Momoshima, N.
2002
223-224 2 p. 187-197
11 p.
artikel
84 “Blind” testing of models for predicting the 90Sr activity concentration in river systems using post-Chernobyl monitoring data Sasina, N.V.
2007
223-224 2 p. 63-71
9 p.
artikel
85 Book review 2000
223-224 2 p. 267-268
2 p.
artikel
86 Book review 1999
223-224 2 p. 265-266
2 p.
artikel
87 Bronchial Rn dose survey for residences Yu, K.N.
2001
223-224 2 p. 221-229
9 p.
artikel
88 Caesium concentration in the Pakistani diet Akhter, P.
2003
223-224 2 p. 109-118
10 p.
artikel
89 Caesium dosing reduces uptake of radiocaesium by sheep Oughton, D.H.
1991
223-224 2 p. 105-121
17 p.
artikel
90 Caesium retention during pregnancy in mice Stamatelatos, I.E.
1999
223-224 2 p. 171-177
7 p.
artikel
91 Calculation of the individual effective dose equivalent in Italy following the chernobyl accident Lotfi, M.
1991
223-224 2 p. 141-156
16 p.
artikel
92 Calendar 2001
223-224 2 p. 207-212
6 p.
artikel
93 Calendar 2001
223-224 2 p. 293-297
5 p.
artikel
94 Calendar 1995
223-224 2 p. 191-192
2 p.
artikel
95 Calendar 1996
223-224 2 p. 198-
1 p.
artikel
96 Calendar21 1996
223-224 2 p. 221-
1 p.
artikel
97 Calendar 1996
223-224 2 p. 193-194
2 p.
artikel
98 Calendar 1997
223-224 2 p. 221-
1 p.
artikel
99 Calendar 1993
223-224 2 p. 179-180
2 p.
artikel
100 Calendar 1994
223-224 2 p. 203-
1 p.
artikel
101 Calendar 1991
223-224 2 p. 178-179
2 p.
artikel
102 Calendar 1992
223-224 2 p. 199-203
5 p.
artikel
103 Calendar 1994
223-224 2 p. 179-
1 p.
artikel
104 Calendar 1993
223-224 2 p. 156-159
4 p.
artikel
105 Calendar 1995
223-224 2 p. 221-
1 p.
artikel
106 Calendar 1995
223-224 2 p. 190-
1 p.
artikel
107 Calendar 1989
223-224 2 p. 197-199
3 p.
artikel
108 Calendar 1988
223-224 2 p. 197-199
3 p.
artikel
109 Calendar 1989
223-224 2 p. 185-187
3 p.
artikel
110 Calendar 1990
223-224 2 p. 198-200
3 p.
artikel
111 Calendar 1987
223-224 2 p. 165-166
2 p.
artikel
112 Calendar 1986
223-224 2 p. 163-165
3 p.
artikel
113 Calendar 1988
223-224 2 p. 193-194
2 p.
artikel
114 CalendarI 1997
223-224 2 p. VI-
1 p.
artikel
115 Call for Papers 2001
223-224 2 p. 217-
1 p.
artikel
116 14C and 210Pb in NE atlantic sediments: Evidence of biological reworking in the context of radioactive waste disposal Kershaw, P.J.
1985
223-224 2 p. 115-134
20 p.
artikel
117 Can ECOPATH with ECOSIM enhance models of radionuclide flows in food webs? – an example for 14C in a coastal food web in the Baltic Sea Sandberg, J.
2007
223-224 2 p. 96-111
16 p.
artikel
118 Carbon-14 discharges from the nuclear fuel cycle: 1. Global effects McCartney, M.
1988
223-224 2 p. 143-155
13 p.
artikel
119 Carbon-14 discharges from the nuclear fuel cycle: 2. Local effects McCartney, M.
1988
223-224 2 p. 157-171
15 p.
artikel
120 Carbon-14 in tree rings and other terrestrial samples in the vicinity of Ignalina Nuclear Power Plant, Lithuania Mazeika, Jonas
2008
223-224 2 p. 238-247
10 p.
artikel
121 Cationic interactions in radiocaesium uptake from solution by spinach Smolders, E.
1997
223-224 2 p. 161-170
10 p.
artikel
122 Cesium-137 and strontium-90 contamination of water bodies in the areas affected by releases from the chernobyl nuclear power plant accident: an overview Vakulovsky, S.M.
1994
223-224 2 p. 103-122
20 p.
artikel
123 Cesium-137 in grass from Chernobyl fallout Papastefanou, C.
2005
223-224 2 p. 253-257
5 p.
artikel
124 Characteristics of cesium accumulation in the filamentous soil bacterium Streptomyces sp. K202 Kuwahara, Chikako
2011
223-224 2 p. 138-144
7 p.
artikel
125 Characteristics of 90Sr, 137Cs and 239, 240Pu migration in undisturbed soils of southern Belarus after the Chernobyl accident Knatko, V.A.
1996
223-224 2 p. 185-196
12 p.
artikel
126 Characterization of an underground site in Northern Italy in view of low radioactivity measurements Brofferio, C.
2004
223-224 2 p. 159-173
15 p.
artikel
127 Characterization of uranium contamination in surface soils Schilk, A.J.
1995
223-224 2 p. 147-156
10 p.
artikel
128 Chemical availability of 137Cs and 90Sr in undisturbed lysimeter soils maintained under controlled and close-to-real conditions Forsberg, Sverker
2001
223-224 2 p. 253-265
13 p.
artikel
129 Chemical fractionation of radioactive caesium in airborne particles containing bomb fallout, chernobyl fallout and atmospheric material from the sellafield site Hilton, J.
1992
223-224 2 p. 103-111
artikel
130 Chernobyl derived activity in sheep: Variation within a single flock and with time Walters, B.
1988
223-224 2 p. 99-106
8 p.
artikel
131 Chernobyl fallout in the chesapeake bay region Dibb, Jack E.
1988
223-224 2 p. 193-196
4 p.
artikel
132 Chernobyl fallout radionuclides in Lake Sniardwy, Poland Robbins, John A.
1995
223-224 2 p. 157-184
28 p.
artikel
133 Chernobyl radioactivity persists in reindeer Skuterud, Lavrans
2005
223-224 2 p. 231-252
22 p.
artikel
134 Chernobyl radionuclides in shellfish Whitehead, N.E.
1988
223-224 2 p. 107-121
15 p.
artikel
135 Chernobyl radionuclides in the Mediterranean seagrass Posidonia oceanica, 1986–1987 Calmet, D.
1991
223-224 2 p. 157-173
17 p.
artikel
136 Classification of hot particles from the Chernobyl accident and nuclear weapons detonations by non-destructive methods Zheltonozhsky, V
2001
223-224 2 p. 151-166
16 p.
artikel
137 Classification of soil samples according to their geographic origin using gamma-ray spectrometry and principal component analysis Dragović, Snežana
2006
223-224 2 p. 150-158
9 p.
artikel
138 Clean-up of urban areas in the CIS countries contaminated by Chernobyl fallout Roed, J.
1996
223-224 2 p. 107-116
10 p.
artikel
139 Clearup of large areas contaminated as a result of a nuclear accident 1990
223-224 2 p. 187-188
2 p.
artikel
140 Collection of radioecology models - a request for assistance 2007
223-224 2 p. 119-
1 p.
artikel
141 Comment on “Radon-222 signatures of natural ventilation regimes in an underground quarry [Journal of Environmental Radioactivity 71 (2004) 17–32; 72 (2004) 369–370]” Yu, K.N.
2005
223-224 2 p. 247-248
artikel
142 Comparative estimations of 137Cs distribution in a boreal forest in northern Sweden using a traditional sampling approach and a portable NaI detector Plamboeck, A.H.
2006
223-224 2 p. 100-109
10 p.
artikel
143 Comparative studies of health hazard from radon (Rn-222) in two selected lithologic formations in the Suwałki region (in Poland) Karpińska, Maria
2002
223-224 2 p. 149-158
10 p.
artikel
144 Comparison of distribution coefficients for americium and curium: Effects of pH and naturally occurring colloids Nakayama, Shinichi
1988
223-224 2 p. 173-181
9 p.
artikel
145 Comparison of Pu and 137Cs as tracers of soil and sediment transport in a terrestrial environment Everett, S.E.
2008
223-224 2 p. 383-393
11 p.
artikel
146 Computerised Decision Support Systems for the management of freshwater radioecological emergencies: assessment of the state-of-the-art with respect to the experiences and needs of end-users Hofman, D.
2011
223-224 2 p. 119-127
9 p.
artikel
147 Concentration and characteristics of depleted uranium in biological and water samples collected in Bosnia and Herzegovina Jia, Guogang
2006
223-224 2 p. 172-187
16 p.
artikel
148 Concentration of 226Ra in rocks of the southern part of Lower Silesia (SW Poland) Przylibski, Tadeusz Andrzej
2004
223-224 2 p. 171-191
21 p.
artikel
149 Concentrations and activity ratios of uranium isotopes in the groundwater of the Okchun Belt in Korea Lee, M.H.
2001
223-224 2 p. 105-116
12 p.
artikel
150 Concentrations of alkali and alkaline earth elements in mushrooms and plants collected in a Japanese pine forest, and their relationship with 137Cs Yoshida, Satoshi
1998
223-224 2 p. 183-205
23 p.
artikel
151 Concentrations of 131I in the urine of Japanese adults and children following the Chernobyl nuclear accident Kawamura, Hisao
1988
223-224 2 p. 185-189
5 p.
artikel
152 Concentrations of radiocaesium in Italian durum wheat and its products after the Chernobyl accident Lotfi, M.
1990
223-224 2 p. 177-182
6 p.
artikel
153 Conclusions on plutonium separation from atmospheric krypton-85 measured at various distances from the Karlsruhe reprocessing plant Kalinowski, Martin B.
2004
223-224 2 p. 203-222
20 p.
artikel
154 Consequences of the Chernobyl reactor accident on the 137Cs internal dose to the Japanese population Uchiyama, Masafumi
1988
223-224 2 p. 119-127
9 p.
artikel
155 Consideration of environmental change in performance assessments Pinedo, P.
2005
223-224 2 p. 185-209
25 p.
artikel
156 Contamination of Austrian soil with caesium-137 Bossew, Peter
2001
223-224 2 p. 187-194
8 p.
artikel
157 Contamination of food in Czechoslovakia by caesium radioisotopes from the Chernobyl accident Kliment, Viktor
1990
223-224 2 p. 167-178
12 p.
artikel
158 Contamination of pork by caesium radioisotopes Kliment, Viktor
1991
223-224 2 p. 117-124
8 p.
artikel
159 Contributing to shipping container security: can passive sensors bring a solution? Janssens-Maenhout, G.
2010
223-224 2 p. 95-105
11 p.
artikel
160 Conversion factors for external gamma dose derived from natural radionuclides in soils Quindos, L.S
2004
223-224 2 p. 139-145
7 p.
artikel
161 Correspondence 1998
223-224 2 p. 207-210
4 p.
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162 Correspondence 1998
223-224 2 p. 210-212
3 p.
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163 Correspondence 1998
223-224 2 p. 213-214
2 p.
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164 Correspondence 1998
223-224 2 p. 212-213
2 p.
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165 Corrigendum to “Revision and meta-analysis of selected biosphere parameter values for chlorine, iodine, neptunium, radium, radon and uranium [J. Environ. Radioact. 89 (2006) 115–137]” Sheppard, S.C.
2006
223-224 2 p. 172-
1 p.
artikel
166 Cost assessment of ventilation and averted dose due to radon in dwellings Katona, T.
2005
223-224 2 p. 223-230
8 p.
artikel
167 CR-39 autoradiographic micromapping of rock sections of various alpha emitters content – calibration approach Ochmann, A.A.
2005
223-224 2 p. 127-136
10 p.
artikel
168 Cs adsorption on the clay-sized fraction of various soils: effect of organic matter destruction and charge compensating cation Staunton, S.
1999
223-224 2 p. 161-172
12 p.
artikel
169 137Cs and 210Po dose assessment from marine food in Cienfuegos Bay (Cuba) Alonso-Hernandez, C
2002
223-224 2 p. 203-211
9 p.
artikel
170 137Cs and 90Sr contamination of spruce needles in the northern region of Austria Irlweck, Karl
1999
223-224 2 p. 179-185
7 p.
artikel
171 137Cs and 90Sr in live and dead reindeer lichens (genera Cladonia) from the “Kraton-3” underground nuclear explosion site Ramzaev, V.
2007
223-224 2 p. 84-99
16 p.
artikel
172 137Cs, 134Cs and 90Sr in the coastal Syrian mountains after the Chernobyl accident Al-Rayyes, A.H.
1999
223-224 2 p. 237-242
6 p.
artikel
173 137Cs in fish of some lakes and rivers of the Bryansk region and north-west Russia in 1990–1992 Fleishman, David G.
1994
223-224 2 p. 145-158
14 p.
artikel
174 134Cs in heather seed plants grown with and without mycorrhiza Strandberg, Morten
1998
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626 The Physics of Radiation Protection Bäuml, A.
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676 Uptake and loss of 134Cs and 60Co by the Baltic bivalve Macoma baltica in a laboratory microcosmos Evans, Sverker
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223-224 2 p. 133-150
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677 Uptake and loss of technetium-95m in the crab Pachygrapsus marmoratus Conversi, Alessandra
1985
223-224 2 p. 161-170
10 p.
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678 Uptake of caesium-137 from peat and compost mould by vegetables in a greenhouse experiment Malm, J.
1991
223-224 2 p. 123-133
11 p.
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679 Uptake of 40K and 137Cs in native plants of the Marshall Islands Simon, S.L.
2002
223-224 2 p. 223-243
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680 Uptake of radiocaesium by different species of mushrooms Kammerer, L.
1994
223-224 2 p. 135-150
16 p.
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681 Uptake of uranium and thorium series radionuclides by the waterlily, Nymphaea violacea Pettersson, H.B.L.
1993
223-224 2 p. 85-108
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682 Uptake, retention and organ/tissue distribution of 137Cs by Japanese catfish (Silurus asotus Linnaeus) Malek, M.A
2004
223-224 2 p. 191-204
14 p.
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683 Upward migration of radio-cesium and strontium in a sand-filled lysimeter Sanford, William E.
1998
223-224 2 p. 147-162
16 p.
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684 Upward movement of tritium from contaminated groundwaters: a numerical analysis Belot, Y.
2005
223-224 2 p. 259-270
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685 Uranium-238 and thorium-232 series concentrations in soil, radon-222 indoor and drinking water concentrations and dose assessment in the city of Aldama, Chihuahua, Mexico Colmenero Sujo, L.
2004
223-224 2 p. 205-219
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686 Uranium chemistry in stack solutions and leachates of phosphogypsum disposed at a coastal area in Cyprus Lysandrou, M.
2008
223-224 2 p. 359-366
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687 Uranium decay products found on Mir space blanket mitt Grismore, R
2001
223-224 2 p. 231-239
9 p.
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688 Usefulness of AFCF as a countermeasure for radiocaesium transfer from loamy soil to rye-grass and clover Vandenhove, H.
1997
223-224 2 p. 193-200
8 p.
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689 Use of contaminated well water, example reference biospheres 1 and 2A Santucci, P.
2005
223-224 2 p. 151-170
20 p.
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690 Using radon-222 as indicator for the evaluation of the efficiency of groundwater remediation by in situ air sparging Schubert, Michael
2011
223-224 2 p. 193-199
7 p.
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691 238U, 234U, 226Ra, 210Po concentrations of bottled mineral waters in Italy and their dose contribution Desideri, D.
2007
223-224 2 p. 86-97
12 p.
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692 Variation in transfer factor of radiocaesium in bank voles (Clethrionomys glareolus) in clear cut and mature forest sites after the Chernobyl accident Palo, Thomas R.
2007
223-224 2 p. 112-121
10 p.
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693 Variation of 137Cs levels between sexes, body sizes and collection localities of mosquitofish, Gambusia holbrooki (Girard 1859), inhabiting a reactor cooling reservoir Newman, Michael C.
1990
223-224 2 p. 131-141
11 p.
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694 Variations of outdoor radon concentrations in Hong Kong Man, C.K.
1998
223-224 2 p. 137-145
9 p.
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695 Vertical distribution and inventories of 137Cs in the Syrian soils of the eastern Mediterranean region Al-Masri, M.S.
2006
223-224 2 p. 187-198
12 p.
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696 Vertical distribution, migration rates, and model comparison of actinium in a semi-arid environment McClellan, Y.
2006
223-224 2 p. 199-211
13 p.
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697 Vertical distributions of 210Pb excess, 7Be and 137Cs in selected grass covered soils in Southeast Queensland, Australia Doering, Che
2006
223-224 2 p. 135-147
13 p.
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698 Vertical migration of 60Co, 137Cs and 226Ra in agricultural soils as observed in lysimeters under crop rotation Shinonaga, T.
2005
223-224 2 p. 93-106
14 p.
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699 Vertical migration of 134Cs bearing soil particles in arid soils: implications for plutonium redistribution Whicker, R.D.
2006
223-224 2 p. 171-188
18 p.
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700 What's the Journal of Environmental Radioactivity up to? Walton, Alan
2001
223-224 2 p. 201-204
4 p.
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701 Who gets to be an author...fallout from a recent controversy Sheppard, S.C.
2003
223-224 2 p. 89-91
3 p.
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702 Why should we believe 210Pb sediment geochronologies? Smith, John Norton
2001
223-224 2 p. 121-123
3 p.
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