The present treatise is the final milestone in the radioecology programme, RAD, carried out from 1990 to 1993 under the Nordic Committee for Nuclear Safety Research, NKS. The book, one of the few in its field to have achieved international publication, is centred on the contamination of Nordic environments with radionuclides from the Chernobyl accident. It contains 30 contributions mainly describing the flow of radiocaesium through aquatic, agricultural, forest, and alpine ecosystems, as well as quality assurance and doses to man. A series of original papers on various aspects of Nordic post-Chernobyl radioecology by leading Nordic scientists is also included, along with terms & units definitions, indexes, and an executive summary.
The volume will be invaluable to all scientists and professionals in radioecology, radiation protection, trace element cycling and environmental contamination. It will also be relevant to general evironmental management/human contamination/civil defence officials.
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- 11th October 1994
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@qu:Many radioecologists will find useful papers, derectly in their subject areas, containing data which is unpublished elsewhere.
...a useful addition to the library of many scientists interested in the subject area, including not only radiologists, but also those involved in dose assessment and modelling pollutant behaviour. @source:Journal of Environ. Radioavtivity @qu:... the book is recommended as an introduction to post-Chernobyl Nordic radioecology. @source:Environmental Pollution
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