Journal of Radiological Protection
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State of the art in research into the risk of low dose radiation exposure-findings of the fourth MELODI workshop.
We summarise the major scientific findings of the workshop and the recommendations for updating the MELODI Strategic Research Agenda and Road Map for future low dose research activities....
IAEA Technical Reports Series No. 475, Guidelines for Remediation Strategies to Reduce the Radiological Consequences of Environmental Contam...
Artificial radionuclides in the Irish Sea from Sellafield: remobilisation revisited.
Measured concentrations of Cs-137, tritium, Tc-99, Pu-239+240 and Am-241 in representative materials from the Irish Sea were investigated with reference to continuing remobilisation from sediments. Long time series of monitoring data since the 1960s were employed.Cs-137 in sea water and fish shows p...
13th International Congress of the International Radiation Protection Association (IRPA13).
30th Liverpool course—is this a record? Comprehensive review on mobile phone technologies finds no solid evidence of health effects.
Medical effects and risks of exposure to ionising radiation.
Effects and risk from exposure to ionising radiation depend upon the absorbed dose, dose rate, quality of radiation, specifics of the tissue irradiated and other factors such as the age of the individual. Effects may be apparent almost immediately or may take decades to be manifest....
Illustrative assessment of human health issues arising from the potential release of chemotoxic substances from a generic geological disposa...
Many countries have a programme for developing an underground geological disposal facility for radioactive waste. A case study is provided herein on the illustrative assessment of human health issues arising from the potential release of chemotoxic and radioactive substances from a g...
Investigation of the environmental impacts of naturally occurring radionuclides in the processing of sulfide ores for gold using gamma spect...
The possible environmental impacts of naturally occurring radionuclides on workers and a critical community, as a result of milling and processing sulfide ores for gold by a mining company at Bogoso in the western region of Ghana, have been investigated using gamma spectroscopy. Indi...
NCRP Report No. 165, Responding to a Radiological or Nuclear Terrorism Incident: A Guide for Decision Makers NCRP Report No. 166, Population...
The birth of UNSCEAR--the midwife's tale.
The creation in 1955 of the United Nations Scientific Committee on the Effects of Atomic Radiation (UNSCEAR) was driven by the potential dangers of worldwide radioactive fall-out from the testing of nuclear bombs: both a cold war political issue and a complex radiological problem. Sir Raymond Appley...