Volume 194, Issue 2, July 1995

ISSN: 0236-5731 (Print) 1588-2780 (Online)

In this issue (23 articles)

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    Application of Radioanalytical Techniques to Nuclear Safeguards and the Measurement of Environmental Radioactivity

    Nuclear analytical chemistry for the IAEA Action Team in Iraq

    R. Zeisler, D. L. Donohue Pages 229-235
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    Application of Radioanalytical Techniques to Nuclear Safeguards and the Measurement of Environmental Radioactivity

    Chemical speciation of radionuclides migrating in groundwaters

    D. E. Robertson, A. J. Schilk, K. H. Abel Pages 237-252
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    Application of Radioanalytical Techniques to Nuclear Safeguards and the Measurement of Environmental Radioactivity

    Monitoring of large scale contamination of the environment: The learning of Chernobyl

    D. Mascanzoni Pages 253-257
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    Application of Radioanalytical Techniques to Nuclear Safeguards and the Measurement of Environmental Radioactivity

    Post-Chernobyl radiomonitoring of the forest ecosystem

    V. A. Poiarkov Pages 259-267
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    Application of Radioanalytical Techniques to Nuclear Safeguards and the Measurement of Environmental Radioactivity

    Transfer of natural and man made radionuclides from plants to roe deer and farm animals

    G. Haas, R. Schupfner, A. Müller Pages 269-276
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    Application of Radioanalytical Techniques to Nuclear Safeguards and the Measurement of Environmental Radioactivity

    Radionuclide uptake and long term behavior of CS-137, CS-134 and K-40 in tree rings of spruce

    G. Haas, R. Schupfner, A. Müller Pages 277-282
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    Application of Radioanalytical Techniques to Nuclear Safeguards and the Measurement of Environmental Radioactivity

    Uptake and long term behavior of naturally occurring radionuclides in tree rings of spruce

    G. Haas, R. Schupfner, A. Müller Pages 283-289
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    Application of Radioanalytical Techniques to Nuclear Safeguards and the Measurement of Environmental Radioactivity

    Monitoring of environmental radiation on the Spratly Islets in the South China Sea

    C. Chung, C. Y. Chen, Y. Y. Wei, C. N. Hsu Pages 291-296
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    Application of Radioanalytical Techniques to Nuclear Safeguards and the Measurement of Environmental Radioactivity

    Separation and determination of radiostrontium in calcium carbonate matrices of biological origin

    S. B. Clark Pages 297-302
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    Application of Radioanalytical Techniques to Nuclear Safeguards and the Measurement of Environmental Radioactivity

    Tracer experiments on the behavior of radioiodine in the soil-plant-atmosphere system

    Y. Muramatsu, S. Yoshida, T. Ban-Nai Pages 303-310
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    Application of Radioanalytical Techniques to Nuclear Safeguards and the Measurement of Environmental Radioactivity

    89Sr/90Sr-Determination in soils and sediments using crown ethers for Ca/Sr-separation

    M. Pimpl Pages 311-318
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    Application of Radioanalytical Techniques to Nuclear Safeguards and the Measurement of Environmental Radioactivity

    Fast, selective and sensitive methods for the determination of lead-210 in phosphogypsum and phosphate ore

    J. R. W. Woittiez, J. E. Sloof, K. J. Kroon Pages 319-329
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    Application of Radioanalytical Techniques to Nuclear Safeguards and the Measurement of Environmental Radioactivity

    Studies of radioactivity and heavy metals in phosphate fertilizer

    H. Hamamo, S. Landsberger, G. Harbottle Pages 331-336
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    Application of Radioanalytical Techniques to Nuclear Safeguards and the Measurement of Environmental Radioactivity

    Evaluation of a direct extraction/liquid scintillation counting technique for the measurement of uranium in water

    J. D. Leyba, H. S. Vollmar, R. A. Fjeld Pages 337-344
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    Application of Radioanalytical Techniques to Nuclear Safeguards and the Measurement of Environmental Radioactivity

    Environmental measurements at the Savannah River Site with underwater gamma detectors

    W. G. Winn Pages 345-350
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    Application of Radioanalytical Techniques to Nuclear Safeguards and the Measurement of Environmental Radioactivity

    Maple syrup analysis for137Cs, K, and B, using a low-background counting system and PGAA

    D. L. Anderson, W. C. Cunningham Pages 351-357
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    Application of Radioanalytical Techniques to Nuclear Safeguards and the Measurement of Environmental Radioactivity

    Background radioactivity levels in Canadian grains and oil seeds

    J. D. Chen, G. R. Grant, W. A. Boivin Pages 359-369
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    Application of Radioanalytical Techniques to Nuclear Safeguards and the Measurement of Environmental Radioactivity

    Radioactivity levels in jurak and moasel, comparison with cigarette tobacco

    S. Abdul-Majid, I. I. Kutbi, M. Basabrain Pages 371-377
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    Application of Radioanalytical Techniques to Nuclear Safeguards and the Measurement of Environmental Radioactivity

    An investigation of radionuclide uptake into food crops grown in soils treated with bauxite mining residues

    M. B. Cooper, P. C. Clarke, W. Robertson Pages 379-387
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    Application of Radioanalytical Techniques to Nuclear Safeguards and the Measurement of Environmental Radioactivity

    The development of a versatile field program for measuring tritium in “real-time”

    J. H. Rego, D. K. Smith Pages 389-392
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