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|Title:||Radiation protection and regulation for environmental radiotracer studies|
|Publisher:||International Atomic Energy Agency|
|Citation:||Hughes, C. E., & Brisset. P. (2015). Radiation protection and regulation for environmental radiotracer studies. In International Atomic Energy Agency (issuing body), Use of Radiotracers to Study Surface Water Processes (pp. 44-66). Viena: Intenational Atomic Energy Agency.|
|Abstract:||The use of radioactive tracers in the environment is subject to national regulation as well as International Standards and Guidelines. These address aspects of radiation protection during transport, deployment and in the environment following deployment and are relevant not only to radiation workers and members of the public, but also to non-human biota in the receiving environment. This paper outlines the regulatory framework and safety aspects relating to radiotracing and provides examples of radiation doses modeling for humans and non-human biota. © The authors.|
|Gov't Doc #:||9584|
|Appears in Collections:||Scientific and Technical Reports|
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