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Title: Progress report for Environmental Science Division, July 1981 - June 1982.
Issue Date: Jun-1983
Publisher: Australian Nuclear Science and Technology Organisation
Abstract: Projects in environmental studies include: leaching of uranium ores; uranium mine waste management; heavy metal and radionuclide environmental transport; airborne pollutant transport; radiation dosimetry physics; toxicity of marine pollutants; uptake and loss of Ra-226 by mussels; and radiation biology - chromosome aberrations in lympocytes and dose-response relationships. A list of publications included can be found below: - Uranium Mining and Milling - Waste Treatment and Disposal - Transport of Heavy Metals and Radionuclides through the Environment - Ion Chromatography - Application of Track Etch Techniques - Rum Jungle Environmental Studies - Modelling the Pyritic Oxidation Process in Waste Rock Dumps - Tritium Levels in Seawater - Airborne Pollutant Transport - Environmental Radon Measurements - Radiation Dosimetry Physics - Cost Analysis for a SYNROC Production Plant - Marine Pollution Studies - Role of Aquatic Macrophytes in Radium Cycling on the Magela Floodplain - Primary Productivity of Estuarine Benthic Microalgae and Element Concentrations in Sediment Interstitial Water and Sediment - Uptake and Loss of Radium-226 by Freshwater Mussels - Toxicity of Copper to Freshwater Fauna - Effects of Phomopsin on Chinese Hamster Cells in Vitro - Chromosome Aberrations in Peripheral Blood Lymphocytes after partial body exposure to Radiation - Radiation dose-response of Amphibia - Journals papers - Conference proceedings - AAEC Reports
URI: http://apo.ansto.gov.au/dspace/handle/10238/43
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