Environment Radioactivity And Ongoing Surveilance Programme In Turkey
Environment is protected from radioactive release by preventing the emission, taking socio-economic factors into account using best available technique and technologies, using safer alternatives and obtaining payment from polluter. In all these activities public dose limit are very important to protect man or other non-human species in the environment.
KeywordsRadiation Protection Chernobyl Accident Radioactive Release Environmental Monitoring Station Basic Safety Standard
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