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Plutonium and uranium in human bones from areas surrounding the Semipalatinsk nuclear test site.
To evaluate the present levels of 239,240Pu and U in residents living near the Semipalatinsk nuclear test site, more than 70 bone samples were obtained at autopsy. The subjects ranged in age from 30Expand
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A SURVEY ON THE ACCURACY OF WHOLE-BODY COUNTERS OPERATED IN FUKUSHIMA AFTER THE NUCLEAR DISASTER.
To check internal contamination, whole-body counters (WBCs) have been used continuously in Fukushima prefecture since the 2011 disaster. Many WBCs have been installed recently. The accuracy of theseExpand
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Japanese Secondary School Teachers' Perceptions of the Accounting Profession
Abstract The purpose of this paper is to investigate whether perceptions of Japanese secondary school educators toward accountants is different from those of other professionals such as engineers,Expand
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Estimation of internal exposure of the thyroid to (131)I on the basis of (134)Cs accumulated in the body among evacuees of the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station accident.
Namie Town was heavily contaminated by the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station accident. The thyroid equivalent dose for residents who lived in Namie was estimated using results of whole bodyExpand
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Internal thyroid doses to Fukushima residents—estimation and issues remaining
Enormous quantities of radionuclides were released into the environment following the disastrous accident at the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant (FDNPP) in March 2011. It is of great importanceExpand
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Monte Carlo modelling for the in vivo lung monitoring of enriched uranium: Results of an international comparison
Abstract In order to assess the reliability of Monte Carlo (MC)-based numerical calibration of in vivo counting systems the EURADOS network supported a comparison of MC simulation of well-definedExpand
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Intake ratio of 131I to 137Cs derived from thyroid and whole-body doses to Fukushima residents.
This study deals with the intake ratio of (131)I to (137)Cs that allows for the utilisation of late whole-body measurements to reconstruct the internal thyroid doses to Fukushima residents. The ratioExpand
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