environmental radioactivity


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environmental radioactivity

[in‚vī·ərn¦ment·əl ‚rād·ē‚ō·ak′tiv·əd·ē]
(nucleonics)
Radioactivity that originates from natural and anthropogenic sources.
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Basically, my research is on environmental radioactivity and the effects on man.
03 Contract Award Notice - Successful Supplier(s): Routine environmental radioactivity monitoring programme
A 2002 study published in the Journal of Environmental Radioactivity tested various crops and found that uranium concentration in plants, particularly in lettuce and radishes, increased linearly as researchers increased the uranium concentration in irrigation water.
Vandecasteele Journal of Environmental Radioactivity 72 17 (2004).
Radon levels in groundwaters and natural radioactivity in soils of the volcanic region of La Garrotxa, Spain, Journal of Environmental Radioactivity, 128: 1-8.
3) Prediction of the Fate of radioactive material in the South Pacific using a high-resolution ocean model by Dr M England and R Hazell, 2003 in Journal of Environmental Radioactivity.
Center for Marine & Environmental Radioactivity, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution
Rs 60 mln were allocated For establishing National Dosimetry and protection level calibration Laboratory (PNRA), for national Programme on Environmental Radioactivity Surveillance Islamabad, Kundian, Karachi, Rs 65 mln were allocated.
The authorities in Tokyo have started to release hourly readings of environmental radioactivity level on a website.
Among his topics are the physical and chemical examinations of water and waste water, the microbiological examination of soil, environmental radioactivity monitoring, bioassay, analyzing plant material, analyzing air, measuring noise, the effect of pollutants on plants, biomonitoring, environmental impact assessment, environmental auditing, and statistics in environmental sciences.
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