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Title: Results of the Lucas Heights biological survey December 1959 - December 1964
Authors: Giles, MS
Stockdale, JA
Keywords: Environment
Radiation monitoring
Environmental effects
Issue Date: Aug-1966
Publisher: Australian Atomic Energy Commission
Citation: Giles, M. S., & Stockdale, J. A. (1966). Results of the Lucas Heights biological survey December 1959 - December 1964 (AAEC/E151). Research Establishment, Australian Atomic Energy Commission, Lucas Heights, NSW.
Abstract: Results of the analysis of material collected from the environment around Lucas Heights between December 1959 and December 1964 are presented. The values obtained indicate that only negligible amounts of radioactivity have been concentrated in the environment. An evaluation of hazards is presented and it is shown that the highest levels of radioactivity found would have to be increased by factors of hundreds or thousands to reach the maximum levels permitted by International Standards Organisations for safe continuous intake by members of the public.
Gov't Doc #: 417
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