Air Pollutants, Radioactive
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Pollutants present in air which exhibit radioactivity.
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Below are the most recent publications written about "Air Pollutants, Radioactive" by people in Profiles.
Wilson DA, Mohr LC, Frey GD, Lackland D, Hoel DG. Lung, liver and bone cancer mortality after plutonium exposure in beagle dogs and nuclear workers. Health Phys. 2010 Jan; 98(1):42-52.
Baker PJ, Hoel DG. Meta-analysis of standardized incidence and mortality rates of childhood leukaemia in proximity to nuclear facilities. Eur J Cancer Care (Engl). 2007 Jul; 16(4):355-63.
Overcamp TJ. Solutions to the Gaussian cloud approximation for gamma absorbed dose. Health Phys. 2007 Jan; 92(1):78-81.
Field RW, Steck DJ, Smith BJ, Brus CP, Fisher EL, Neuberger JS, Platz CE, Robinson RA, Woolson RF, Lynch CF. Residential radon gas exposure and lung cancer: the Iowa Radon Lung Cancer Study. Am J Epidemiol. 2000 Jun 01; 151(11):1091-102.
Overcamp TJ. Modeling gamma absorbed dose due to meandering plumes. Health Phys. 1991 Jul; 61(1):111-5.
Overcamp TJ, Fjeld RA. A simple approximation for estimating centerline gamma absorbed dose rates due to a continuous Gaussian plume. Health Phys. 1987 Aug; 53(2):143-6.
Nie YF, Overcamp TJ, Fjeld RA. An approximate method for estimating the short-term centerline gamma absorbed dose due to a continuous, ground-level release. Health Phys. 1985 Jul; 49(1):100-5.