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1 A biomonitoring plan for assessing potential radionuclide exposure using Amchitka Island in the Aleutian chain of Alaska as a case study Burger, Joanna
2007
223-224 3 p. 315-328
14 p.
artikel
2 A blind test of the MOIRA lake model for radiocesium for Lake Uruskul, Russia, contaminated by fallout from the Kyshtym accident in 1957 Håkanson, Lars
2001
223-224 3 p. 327-344
18 p.
artikel
3 Absorbed dose delivered by alpha particles calculated in cylindrical geometry Nikezic, D.
2002
223-224 3 p. 293-305
13 p.
artikel
4 A case study of radon-222 transport from continental North-East Asia to the Japanese islands in winter by numerical analysis Sakashita, T.
2004
223-224 3 p. 245-257
13 p.
artikel
5 Accounting for spatial variability and fields of view in environmental gamma ray spectrometry Tyler, A.N.
1996
223-224 3 p. 213-235
23 p.
artikel
6 Achievements, difficulties and future challenges for the FARMING network Nisbet, A.F.
2005
223-224 3 p. 263-274
12 p.
artikel
7 A code to simulate nuclear reactor inventories and associated gamma-ray spectra Cresswell, A.J.
2001
223-224 3 p. 399-409
11 p.
artikel
8 A combined method for evaluating radon and progeny in waters and its use at Guarani aquifer, São Paulo State, Brazil Bonotto, D.M.
2006
223-224 3 p. 337-353
17 p.
artikel
9 A comparative assessment of the potential use of alginates and dietary calcium manipulation as countermeasures to reduce the transfer of radiostrontium to the milk of dairy animals Beresford, N.A
2000
223-224 3 p. 321-334
14 p.
artikel
10 A comparative study on radiocaesium (137Cs) uptake from coniferous forest soil Fawaris, B.H.
1995
223-224 3 p. 313-326
14 p.
artikel
11 A comparison of three models of 137Cs transfer in forest ecosystems Avila, R
2001
223-224 3 p. 315-327
13 p.
artikel
12 Activities of 210Po and 210Pb in the water column at Kuala Selangor, Malaysia Theng, Tee Lee
2005
223-224 3 p. 273-286
14 p.
artikel
13 Activity concentrations of 137Cs in moose and their forage plants in mid-Sweden Johanson, Karl J.
1994
223-224 3 p. 251-267
17 p.
artikel
14 Adaptation of COSYMA and assessment of accident consequences for Daya Bay nuclear power plant in China Cao, J.Z
2000
223-224 3 p. 265-277
13 p.
artikel
15 A dynamic compartment model for assessing the transfer of radionuclide deposited onto flooded rice-fields Keum, Dong-Kwon
2004
223-224 3 p. 349-367
19 p.
artikel
16 A Dynamic model of 137 Cs accumulation by fish of different age classes Kryshev, A.I
2000
223-224 3 p. 221-233
13 p.
artikel
17 Aerial measurements on uranium ore mining, milling and processing areas in Germany Winkelmann, I
2001
223-224 3 p. 301-311
11 p.
artikel
18 Aerodynamic size association of 7Be in ambient aerosols Papastefanou, C.
1995
223-224 3 p. 273-282
10 p.
artikel
19 Afterthoughts on Tokai-mura Wirth, Erich
2000
223-224 3 p. 241-242
2 p.
artikel
20 A general approach to transform a lake model for one radionuclide (radiocesium) to another (radiostrontium) and critical model tests using data for four Ural lakes contaminated by the fallout from the Kyshtym accident in 1957 Håkanson, Lars
2002
223-224 3 p. 319-350
32 p.
artikel
21 Airborne surveys of Swiss nuclear facility sites Rybach, L
2001
223-224 3 p. 291-300
10 p.
artikel
22 Air radionuclide patterns observed at Monaco from the Chernobyl accident Whitehead, N.E.
1988
223-224 3 p. 249-264
16 p.
artikel
23 Alpha radioactivity in drinking water in Quebec, Canada Zikovsky, Lubomir
2006
223-224 3 p. 306-309
4 p.
artikel
24 A mechanistic sub-model predicting the influence of potassium on radiocesium uptake in aquatic biota Håkanson, Lars
2001
223-224 3 p. 345-360
16 p.
artikel
25 A model for the bioaccumulation of 99Tc in lobsters (Homarus gammarus) from the West Cumbrian coast Olsen, Y.S
2003
223-224 3 p. 219-233
15 p.
artikel
26 A model testing study for the transfer of radioactivity to fruit Ould-Dada, Z
2003
223-224 3 p. 207-221
15 p.
artikel
27 Analysis of the Nevada-Applied-Ecology-Group model of transuranic radionuclide transport and dose Kercher, J.R.
1991
223-224 3 p. 191-216
26 p.
artikel
28 An approach to the subslab depressurization remedial action in a high 222Rn concentration dwelling Llerena, J.J.
2010
223-224 3 p. 219-225
7 p.
artikel
29 An assessment of onland transfer of radiaoctivity near Dounreay, Scotland Toole, J.
1990
223-224 3 p. 299-329
31 p.
artikel
30 An assessment of uranium in surface air within the continental US Stevenson, K.A.
1996
223-224 3 p. 223-235
13 p.
artikel
31 A new general mechanistic river model for radionuclides from single pulse fallouts which can be run by readily accessible driving variables Håkanson, Lars
2005
223-224 3 p. 357-382
26 p.
artikel
32 A new generic sub-model for radionuclide fixation in large catchments from continuous and single-pulse fallouts, as used in a river model Håkanson, Lars
2004
223-224 3 p. 247-273
27 p.
artikel
33 A new method for determining the bioavailability of radionuclides in the soil solution Jouve, André
1999
223-224 3 p. 277-289
13 p.
artikel
34 A new method to account for the depth distribution of 137Cs in soils in the calculation of external radiation dose-rate Timms, D.N.
2004
223-224 3 p. 323-334
12 p.
artikel
35 Announcement 1994
223-224 3 p. 243-
1 p.
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36 Announcement 1986
223-224 3 p. 237-
1 p.
artikel
37 A note on 207Bi in environmental samples Bossew, P.
2006
223-224 3 p. 160-166
7 p.
artikel
38 A novel method used to examine variation in Tc sorption among 34 soils, aerated and anoxic Sheppard, Stephen C.
1990
223-224 3 p. 215-233
19 p.
artikel
39 A novel technique for the simultaneous determination of 210Pb and 210Po using a crown ether Vajda, N.
1997
223-224 3 p. 355-372
18 p.
artikel
40 An overview of instrumentantion for measuring radon in soil gas and groundwaters Papastefanou, C.
2002
223-224 3 p. 271-283
13 p.
artikel
41 Anthropogenic radionuclides in sediment in the Japan Sea: distribution and transport processes of particulate radionuclides Otosaka, S.
2006
223-224 3 p. 128-145
18 p.
artikel
42 Anthropogenic radionuclides in the Japan Sea: their distributions and transport processes Ito, T.
2003
223-224 3 p. 249-267
19 p.
artikel
43 Anthropogenic 236U at Rocky Flats, Ashtabula river harbor, and Mersey estuary: three case studies by sector inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometry Ketterer, M.E
2003
223-224 3 p. 191-206
16 p.
artikel
44 Antlers of Cervus elaphus as biomonitors of 90Sr in the environment Baeza, A.
2011
223-224 3 p. 311-315
5 p.
artikel
45 Apparent decline of the sediment 137 Cs inventory of an abandoned reactor cooling reservoir: export or uncertainty? Lewis, Gregory P
2000
223-224 3 p. 293-306
14 p.
artikel
46 Apparent 85Kr ages of groundwater within the Royal watershed, Maine, USA Sidle, W.C.
2006
223-224 3 p. 113-127
15 p.
artikel
47 Applicability of compartmental models for simulating the transport of radionuclides in soil Kirchner, Gerald
1998
223-224 3 p. 339-352
14 p.
artikel
48 Application of a “closed-can” technique for measuring radon exhalation from mine samples of Punjab, Pakistan Tufail, M
2000
223-224 3 p. 267-275
9 p.
artikel
49 Application of NaI(Tl) detector for measurement of natural radionuclides and 137Cs in environmental samples: new approach by decomposition of measured spectrum Muminov, I.T.
2005
223-224 3 p. 321-331
11 p.
artikel
50 Application of the luminescence single-aliquot technique for dose estimation in the Marmara Sea Tanır, Güneş
2005
223-224 3 p. 409-416
8 p.
artikel
51 Application of the Weibull distribution to describe the vertical distribution of cesium-137 on a slope under permanent pasture in Luxembourg Dahm, H
2002
223-224 3 p. 207-219
13 p.
artikel
52 Applications of dendrochronology and sediment geochronology to establish reference episodes for evaluations of environmental radioactivity Waugh, W.J
1998
223-224 3 p. 269-286
18 p.
artikel
53 A rapid method for determining strontium-90 in contaminated samples of soil and plant Tormos, J.
1995
223-224 3 p. 193-206
14 p.
artikel
54 A rapid method for the In vivo monitoring of radiocaesium activity in sheep Meredith, R.C.K.
1988
223-224 3 p. 209-214
6 p.
artikel
55 Arctic climate change: potential implications for Arctic radioecology and radioprotection? Dowdall, Mark
2005
223-224 3 p. 315-320
6 p.
artikel
56 Areal distribution of 129I in west cumbrian solis Stewart, S.P.
1985
223-224 3 p. 175-182
8 p.
artikel
57 A review of the Erosional behaviour of radionuclides in selected drainage basins Bonnett, P.J.P.
1990
223-224 3 p. 251-266
16 p.
artikel
58 Artificial radionuclides in sediments of the Don River Estuary and Azov Sea Matishov, Genady G
2002
223-224 3 p. 309-327
19 p.
artikel
59 A sediment history of sellafiel discharges Kershaw, P.J.
1990
223-224 3 p. 201-241
41 p.
artikel
60 A sensitive and quantitative biosensing method for the determination of γ-ray emitting radionuclides in surface water Wolterbeek, H.Th.
1996
223-224 3 p. 237-254
18 p.
artikel
61 A simple and rapid method for analyzing radon in coastal and ground waters using a radon-in-air monitor Lee, Jong-Mi
2006
223-224 3 p. 219-228
10 p.
artikel
62 A simple model for describing the concentration of 212Pb in the atmosphere Ho, Ernest C.Y.
2005
223-224 3 p. 289-309
21 p.
artikel
63 Aspects of environmental monitoring by British nuclear fuels plc following the chernobyl reactor accident Fulker, M.J.
1987
223-224 3 p. 235-244
10 p.
artikel
64 Aspects of the uptake of radionuclides by sheep grazing on an estuarine saltmarsh. 2. Radionuclides in sheep tissues Howard, B.J.
1985
223-224 3 p. 199-213
15 p.
artikel
65 Aspects of the uptake of radionuclides by sheep grazing on an estuarine saltmarsh. 1. The influence of grazing behaviour and environmental variability on daily intake Howard, B.J.
1985
223-224 3 p. 183-198
16 p.
artikel
66 Assessing the impact of deep sea disposal of low level radioactive waste on living marine resources Peterson Jr, Harold T.
1989
223-224 3 p. 281-283
3 p.
artikel
67 Assessment of exposure of miners to the α-rays of long-lived radionuclides associated with respirable ore dust in the Jaduguda U mine Jha, S
2000
223-224 3 p. 317-326
10 p.
artikel
68 Assessment of natural and anthropogenic radioactivity levels in rocks and soils in the environs of Swieradow Zdroj in Sudetes, Poland, by in situ gamma-ray spectrometry Malczewski, D.
2004
223-224 3 p. 233-245
13 p.
artikel
69 Assessment of natural radiation exposure and radon exhalation from building materials in Greece Stoulos, S
2003
223-224 3 p. 225-240
16 p.
artikel
70 Assessment of prospective foodchain doses from radioactive discharges from BNFL Sellafield Ould-Dada, Z
2002
223-224 3 p. 273-291
19 p.
artikel
71 Assessment of radiological effects on the regional environment due to the operation of the Tokai Reprocessing Plant Shinohara, Kunihiko
2004
223-224 3 p. 299-322
24 p.
artikel
72 Assessment of state-of-the-art models for predicting the remobilisation of radionuclides following the flooding of heavily contaminated areas: the case of Pripyat River floodplain Monte, Luigi
2006
223-224 3 p. 267-288
22 p.
artikel
73 Assessment of strontium and calcium levels in Pakistani diet Akhter, P
2004
223-224 3 p. 247-256
10 p.
artikel
74 Assessment of the radiological impact of oil refining industry Bakr, W.F.
2010
223-224 3 p. 237-243
7 p.
artikel
75 Association behaviour of 241Am(III) on SiO2(amorphous) and SiO2(quartz) colloids Degueldre, C.
1993
223-224 3 p. 151-167
17 p.
artikel
76 Association of Chernobyl-derived 239 + 240Pu, 241Am, 90Sr and 137Cs with organic matter in the soil solution Agapkina, G.I.
1995
223-224 3 p. 257-269
13 p.
artikel
77 Association of fallout-derived 137 Cs,90 Sr and 239,240 Pu with natural organic substances in soils Lee, M.H
2000
223-224 3 p. 253-262
10 p.
artikel
78 A study about remedial measures to reduce 222Rn concentration in an experimental building Orlando, P
2004
223-224 3 p. 257-266
10 p.
artikel
79 A study of radium uptake by the water-lily Nymphaea violacea (Lehm) from contaminated sediment Twining, John R.
1993
223-224 3 p. 169-189
21 p.
artikel
80 A study of radon levels in NHS premises in affected areas around the UK Denman, A.R.
2002
223-224 3 p. 221-230
10 p.
artikel
81 A study of the mean residence time of the natural radioactive aerosols in the planetary boundary layer Rangarajan, C.
1992
223-224 3 p. 193-206
14 p.
artikel
82 A study on natural radiation exposure in different realistic living rooms El-Hussein, A.
2005
223-224 3 p. 355-367
13 p.
artikel
83 A survey of indoor workplace radon concentration in Japan Oikawa, Shinji
2006
223-224 3 p. 239-245
7 p.
artikel
84 A survey of 90Sr and 137Cs activity levels of retail foods in Japan Abukawa, Johji
1998
223-224 3 p. 287-305
19 p.
artikel
85 A systematic approach to the migration of 137Cs in forest ecosystems using interaction matrices Avila, Rodolfo
1999
223-224 3 p. 271-282
12 p.
artikel
86 A theoretical description of diffusion and migration of 137Cs in soil Likar, A.
2001
223-224 3 p. 191-201
11 p.
artikel
87 Attitude of a group of Belgian stakeholders towards proposed agricultural countermeasures after a radioactive contamination: synthesis of the discussions within the Belgian EC-FARMING 1 1 EC-FARMING: Contract FIKR-CT-2000-20064 of the European Commission. group Vandecasteele, C.M.
2005
223-224 3 p. 319-332
14 p.
artikel
88 Attitudes to coping with radiologically suspect or contaminated milk in the UK: a dairy industry viewpoint Komorowski, E.S.
2005
223-224 3 p. 421-427
7 p.
artikel
89 Automated radioxenon monitoring for the comprehensive nuclear-test-ban treaty in two distinctive locations: Ottawa and Tahiti Stocki, T.J.
2005
223-224 3 p. 305-326
22 p.
artikel
90 Availability of radium isotopes and heavy metals from scales and tailings of Polish hard coal mining Leopold, Karsten
2007
223-224 3 p. 137-150
14 p.
artikel
91 A validation study for the transport of 134Cs to strawberry Oncsik, M.B.
2002
223-224 3 p. 319-329
11 p.
artikel
92 Background radioactivity in environmental materials Maul, P.R.
1989
223-224 3 p. 265-280
16 p.
artikel
93 Basic microscopic theory of the distribution, transfer and uptake kinetics of dissolved radionuclides by suspended particulate matter — Part I Abril, J.M.
1998
223-224 3 p. 307-324
18 p.
artikel
94 Basic microscopic theory of the distribution, transfer and uptake kinetics of dissolved radionuclides by suspended particulate matter — part II Abril, J.M.
1998
223-224 3 p. 325-342
18 p.
artikel
95 Becquerel's legacy: A century of radioactivity Baxter, Murdoch S.
1997
223-224 3 p. 373-377
5 p.
artikel
96 Behavior of Chernobyl radiocesium in sediments of the Adriatic Sea off the Po River delta and the Emilia-Romagna coast Frignani, M
2004
223-224 3 p. 299-312
14 p.
artikel
97 Behavior of natural radionuclides in lignites and fly ashes Manolopoulou, M.
1992
223-224 3 p. 261-271
11 p.
artikel
98 Behaviors of 323Th, 238U, 228Ra and 226Ra on combustion of crude oil terminal sludge Mohamad Puad, H.A.
2004
223-224 3 p. 289-305
17 p.
artikel
99 Behaviour of 110mAg and 103,106Ru in the environment after the Chernobyl accident Vuković, Ž.
1998
223-224 3 p. 283-291
9 p.
artikel
100 Behaviour of Radioactivity from Chernobyl—Weathering from buildings Nichoison, K.W.
1991
223-224 3 p. 225-231
7 p.
artikel
101 Behaviour of radiocaesium in forest multilayered soils Thiry, Y.
1993
223-224 3 p. 247-257
11 p.
artikel
102 Beryllium-7 in near-surface air and deposition at Brisbane, Australia Doering, Che
2008
223-224 3 p. 461-467
7 p.
artikel
103 7Be to 210Pb concentration ratio in ground level air in Belgrade area Todorovic, D.
2005
223-224 3 p. 297-307
11 p.
artikel
104 Bioaccumulation of 137Cs and 57Co by five marine phytoplankton species Heldal, Hilde Elise
2001
223-224 3 p. 231-236
6 p.
artikel
105 Biogeochemistry of 226Ra in contaminated bottom sediments and oilfield waste pits Pardue, J.H.
1998
223-224 3 p. 239-253
15 p.
artikel
106 Biological transport of radiocaesium in a semi-natural grassland ecosystem. 2. Small mammals Rudge, S.A.
1993
223-224 3 p. 199-212
14 p.
artikel
107 Biological transport of radiocaesium in a semi-natural grassland ecosystem. 1. Soils, vegetation and invertebrates Rudge, S.A.
1993
223-224 3 p. 173-198
26 p.
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108 Book review 2000
223-224 3 p. 329-330
2 p.
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109 Book review 1998
223-224 3 p. 299-301
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110 Book review 2000
223-224 3 p. 331-333
3 p.
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111 Book review 2000
223-224 3 p. 327-329
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112 Book review 1999
223-224 3 p. 371-372
2 p.
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113 Book review 1999
223-224 3 p. 373-374
2 p.
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114 Book review 1999
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115 Bronchial dosimeters for radon progeny for Chinese males and females Cheung, T.T.K.
2004
223-224 3 p. 215-224
10 p.
artikel
116 Caesium contamination and vertical distribution in undisturbed soils in Croatia Barišić, D.
1999
223-224 3 p. 361-374
14 p.
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117 Calendar 2002
223-224 3 p. 373-376
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118 Calendar 1995
223-224 3 p. 279-280
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119 Calendar 1995
223-224 3 p. 327-328
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120 Calendar 1996
223-224 3 p. 259-260
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121 Calendar 1996
223-224 3 p. 332-333
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122 Calendar 1996
223-224 3 p. 313-315
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123 Calendar 1996
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124 Calendar 1997
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125 Calendar 1991
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126 Calendar 1992
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127 Calendar 1993
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128 Calendar 1994
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129 Calendar 1993
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130 Calendar 1992
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131 Calendar 1993
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132 Calendar 1994
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133 Calendar 1994
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134 Calendar 1994
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135 Calendar 1993
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136 Calendar 1995
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137 Calendar 1995
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138 Calendar 1988
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139 Calendar 1989
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140 Calendar 1988
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141 Calendar 1990
223-224 3 p. 331-333
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142 Calendar 1987
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143 Calendar 1989
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144 Calendar 1986
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145 Calendar 1988
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146 Calendar 1990
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147 Cancer incidence and mortality in the vicinity of nuclear installations England and Wales 1959–1980 Pattenden, N.J.
1988
223-224 3 p. 283-285
3 p.
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148 Can environmental isotopes help avoid a global water crises? Froehlich, K.
2001
223-224 3 p. 255-258
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149 Cesium accumulation by aquatic organisms at different trophic levels following an experimental release into a small reservoir Pinder III, J.E.
2011
223-224 3 p. 283-293
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150 Cesium-137 intake from food in Hong Kong Man, Chung-Keung
1992
223-224 3 p. 255-260
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151 Chernobyl, ten years on, radiological and health impact Baxter, M.S.
1997
223-224 3 p. 315-316
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152 Chlorine-39 in rainfall at a temperate latitude (40°N) Papastefanou, C.
2007
223-224 3 p. 175-182
8 p.
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153 Chronic exposure to gamma radiation of wild populations of meadow voles (Microtus pennsylvanicus) Mihok, Steve
2004
223-224 3 p. 233-266
34 p.
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154 Comparative analysis of 239Pu, 137Cs, 210Pb and 40K spatial distributions in the top soil layer at the Baltic coast Lukšienė, B.
2006
223-224 3 p. 305-314
10 p.
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155 Comparative assessment of natural radioactivity in fallout samples from Patras and Megalopolis, Greece Papaefthymiou, H.
2005
223-224 3 p. 249-265
17 p.
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156 Comparative study of plutonium and Americium bioaccumulation from two marine sediments contaminated in the natural environment Hamilton, T.F.
1991
223-224 3 p. 211-223
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157 Comparative trends and seasonal variation of 7Be, 210Pb and 137Cs at two altitude sites in the central part of France Bourcier, L.
2011
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8 p.
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158 Comparison and development of new extraction procedures for 239Pu, Ca, Fe and Cu organic complexes in soil Szabo, Gyula
1991
223-224 3 p. 181-189
9 p.
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159 Comparison between the predictions of a Gaussian plume model and a Lagrangian particle dispersion model for annual average calculations of long-range dispersion of radionuclides Lutman, E.R
2004
223-224 3 p. 339-355
17 p.
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160 Concentration measurements of 7Be at ground level air at Palermo, Italy—comparison with solar activity over a period of 21 years Cannizzaro, F
2004
223-224 3 p. 259-271
13 p.
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161 Concentration of 226 Ra in Hungarian bottled mineral water Somlai, J
2002
223-224 3 p. 235-240
6 p.
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162 Concentration ratios for small mammals collected from the exposed sediments of a 137Cs contaminated reservoir Paller, Michael H.
2006
223-224 3 p. 224-235
12 p.
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163 Concentrations of 222 Rn , 226 Ra and 228 Ra in surface sea water of the Bay of Bengal Ghose, Satyajit
2000
223-224 3 p. 291-300
10 p.
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164 Concentrations of 222Rn, 220Rn and their progeny in residences in Hong Kong Yu, K.N.
1999
223-224 3 p. 291-308
18 p.
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165 60Co, 63Ni and 94Nb soil-to-plant transfer in pot experiments Gerzabek, M.H.
1994
223-224 3 p. 205-212
8 p.
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166 Considerations on the role of natural ecosystems in the eventual contamination of man and his environment Desmet, G.
1988
223-224 3 p. 197-202
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167 Content of volume 26 1995
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168 Contents for Volume 91 2006
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169 Contents for Volume 87 2006
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170 Contents for Volume 90 2006
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171 Contents for Volume 88 2006
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172 Contents for Volume 84 2005
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173 Contents for Volume 79 2005
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174 Contents for volume 78 2005
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175 Contents for Volume 80 2005
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176 Contents for Volume 93 2007
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177 Contents for Volume 92 2007
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178 Contents List 2003
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179 Contents of Vol 59 2002
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180 Contents of Vol 60 2002
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181 Contents of Volume 56 2001
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182 Contents of Volume 54 2001
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224 Correspondence 2000
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225 Correspondence 2000
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226 Corrigendum 2001
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227 Corrigendum 1995
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228 Corrigendum to “Characterization of uranium and plutonium containing particles originating from the nuclear weapons accident in Thule, Greenland, 1968” [J Environ Radioact 81 (2005), 21–32] Lind, O.C.
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229 Corrigendum to: civil use of depleted uranium Betti, M.
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230 Cosmic radiation dose in aircraft – a neutron track etch detector Vuković, B.
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231 Cosmogenic 7Be deposition in North Wales: 7Be concentrations in sheep faeces in relation to altitude and precipitation Salisbury, Russell T.
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232 Costs and practicability of clean feeding of dairy cattle during radioactive contamination of grasslands Rantavaara, A.
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233 Critical compilation and review of plant/soil concentration ratios for uranium, thorium and lead Sheppard, S.C.
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234 137Cs and 90Sr root uptake prediction under close-to-real controlled conditions Sauras Yera, T.
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235 137Cs and 90Sr uptake by sunflower cultivated under hydroponic conditions Soudek, Petr
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236 137Cs contamination in tea and yerba mate in South America Di Gregorio, D.E
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237 137Cs contamination of the Techa river flood plain near the village of Muslumovo Chesnokov, A.V
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238 137Cs in marine samples from the Brazilian southeastern coastal region Godoy, José Marcus
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239 137Cs in sediments of Utah Lakes and reservoirs: Effects of elevation, sedimentation rate and fallout history Whicker, Jeffrey J.
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240 137Cs pre-concentration from water samples using a Prussian blue impregnated ion-exchanger Godoy, J.M.
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241 134Cs uptake by four plant species and Cs–K relations in the soil–plant system as affected by Ca(OH)2 application to an acid soil Massas, I.
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242 Data assimilation for short range atmospheric dispersion of radionuclides: a case study of second-order sensitivity Quélo, Denis
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243 Decorporation of radionuclides from the human body. Woodhead, D.S.
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244 Deposition of artificial radionuclides from atmospheric Nuclear Weapon Tests estimated by soil inventories in French areas low-impacted by Chernobyl Le Roux, Gaël
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245 Deposition of 134,137Cs from Chernobyl fallout on Norway spruce and forest soil and its incorporation into spruce twigs Tobler, Leonhard
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246 Deposition of 210Pb, 137Cs, 239+240Pu, 238Pu, and 241Am in the Antarctic Peninsula area Roos, P.
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247 Depth profiles of radiocarbon and carbon isotopic compositions of organic matter and CO2 in a forest soil Liu, Wei
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248 Derivation of 137Cs deposition density from measurements of 137Cs inventories in undisturbed soils Hien, P.D.
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249 Determination and comparison of uranium and radium isotopes activities and activity ratios in samples from some natural water sources in Morocco Hakam, O.K
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250 Determination of depleted uranium in environmental samples by gamma-spectroscopic techniques Karangelos, D.J
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251 Determination of radioiodine species in rain water collected at Tsukuba near Tokyo Seki, R.
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252 Determination of strontium-90 in deer bones by liquid scintillation spectrometry after separation on Sr-specific ion exchange columns Landstetter, Claudia
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253 Determination of technetium-99 using electrothermal vaporization inductively coupled plasma-mass spectrometry (ETV-ICP-MS) and NH4OH as chemical modifier Skipperud, Lindis
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254 Determination of the origin of unknown irradiated nuclear fuel Nicolaou, G.
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255 Determination of thorium, uranium and potassium elemental concentrations in surface soils in Cyprus Tzortzis, Michalis
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256 Development and application of marine gamma-ray measurements: a review Jones, D.G
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257 Development of radiation in lithuania Lujanas, V.
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258 Differences in the availabilities of cesium-134, 137 and ruthenium-106 from a Chernobyl-contaminated soil to a water plant, Duckweed, and to the terrestrial plants, bean and lettuce Polar, E.
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259 Differences in U root-to-shoot translocation between plant species explained by U distribution in roots Straczek, Anne
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260 Diffusion of 226Ra and 40K radionuclides reproduced in underwater sedimentary columns in laboratory Ligero, R.A.
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261 Discussion 2000
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262 Dispersion of 222Rn from two New Zealand geothermal power plants Whitehead, N.E.
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263 Dissolution characteristics of 226Ra from phosphogypsum Haridasan, P.P
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264 Distribution and enrichment of 210 Po in the environment of Kaiga in South India Karunakara, N
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265 Distribution and flux of 238Pu, 239,240Pu, 241Am, 137Cs and 210Pb to high arctic lakes in the Thule district (Greenland) Eriksson, M
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266 Distribution coefficients, K d s, for iodide in Canadian Shield Lake sediments under oxic and anoxic conditions Bird, G.A.
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267 Distribution of antimony-125, cesium-137, and iodine-129 in the soil-plant system around a nuclear fuel reprocessing plant Ghuman, G.S.
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268 Distribution of carbon 14 in the terrestrial environment close to French nuclear power plants Roussel-Debet, Sylvie
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269 Distribution of 137Cs in soil along Ta-han River Valley in Tau-Yuan County in Taiwan Nabyvanets, Yuriy B.
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270 Distribution of 137Cs in water leachates of forest humus Passeck, U.
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271 Distribution of natural radionuclides in the production and use of phosphate fertilizers in Brazil Saueia, C.H.R.
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272 Distribution of Plutonium and its oxidation states in Framvaren and Hellvik fjords, Norway Sanchez, Arthur L.
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273 Distribution of Plutonium in selected components of the Baltic ecosystem within the Polish economic zone Skwarzec, Bogdan
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274 Distribution of radiocaesium in organic soils Shand, C.A.
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275 Distribution of radiocesium in the different parts of mushrooms Heinrich, G.
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276 Distribution of radionuclides in mussels, winkles and prawns. Part 1. Study of organisms under environmental conditions using conventional radio-analytical techniques McDonald, P.
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277 Distribution of radionuclides in mussels, winkles and prawns. Part 2. Study of organisms under laboratory conditions using alpha-autoradiography McDonald, P.
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278 Distribution of 230Th in milling wastes from the Žirovski vrh uranium mine (Slovenia), and its radioecological implications Križman, Milko
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279 Distribution of uranium and radium isotopes in an aquifer of a semi-arid region (Manouba-Essijoumi, Northern Tunisia) Added, A.
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280 Distribution patterns for stable 133Cs and their implications with respect to the long-term fate of radioactive 134Cs and 137Cs in a semi-natural ecosystem Rühm, W.
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281 Does soil adhesion matter when predicting radiocaesium transfer to animals? Crout, N.M.J.
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282 Doses from 222Rn, 226Ra, and 228Ra in groundwater from Guarani aquifer, South America Bonotto, D.M.
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283 Dynamic distribution of radioisotopes of cerium, ruthenium and silver in sheep tissues Beresford, N.A.
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284 Dynamic model for radionuclide uptake in lichen Ellis, Katherine M.
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285 Dynamics of 137Cs bioavailability in a soil-plant system in areas of the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant accident zone with a different physico-chemical composition of radioactive fallout Fesenko, S.V.
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286 Earthquake-related chemical and radioactivity changes of thermal water in Kuzuluk-Adapazari, Turkey Belin, B
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287 ECOMOD — An ecological approach to radioecological modelling G. Sazykina, Tatiana
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288 Economic consequences of the chernobyl accident in Norway in the decade 1986–1995 Tveten, Ulf
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289 Editorial 2000
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327 Effective dose estimation for the population in Kragujevac due to the Chernobyl accident Kostić, D.
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328 Effect of cooking on radionuclide concentrations in waterfowl tissues Halford, Douglas K.
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330 Effect of low continuous 99Tc intake on its absorption and metabolism in young rats Berthol, D
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331 Effect of sediment type, temperature and colloids on the transfer of radionuclides from water to sediment Bird, G.A.
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332 Effects of combined γ-irradiation and metal (Al+Cd) exposures in Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar L.) Olsvik, P.A.
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334 Effects of different lung morphometry models on the calculated dose conversion factor from Rn progeny Nikezić, D.
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339 Environmental gamma radiation indoors at Akure, Southwestern Nigeria Ajayi, O.S
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340 Environmental modelling of radioactive contamination of floodplains and sorlakes along the Techa and Iset rivers Aarkrog, A
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341 Environmental monitoring for radionuclides in marine ecosystems; Are species other than man protected adequately? Thompson, Paul M.
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799 Volume Contents 2004
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800 Volume Contents 2004
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