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Bibliography of Reported Biological Phenomena (Effects) and Clinical Manifestations Attributed to Microwave and Radio-Frequency Radiation. Supplement Number 8.

@inproceedings{Glaser1976BibliographyOR,
  title={Bibliography of Reported Biological Phenomena (Effects) and Clinical Manifestations Attributed to Microwave and Radio-Frequency Radiation. Supplement Number 8.},
  author={Zorach R. Glaser and Patricia F. Brown},
  year={1976}
}
Abstract : Almost 350 additional references on the biological responses to radio frequency and microwave radiation, published up to August 1976, are included in this continuing bibliography of the world literature. Particular attention has been paid to the effects of non-ionizing radiation on man at these frequencies. The citations are arranged alphabetically by author (where possible), and contain as much information as possible so as to assure effective retrieval of the original documents… 
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