Growing public concern about releases of radiation into the environment has focused attention on the measurement of exposure of people living near nuclear weapons production facilities or in areas affected by accidental releases of radiation.
Radiation-Dose Reconstruction for Epidemiologic Uses responds to the need for criteria for dose reconstruction studies, particularly if the doses are to be useful in epidemiology. This book provides specific and practical recommendations for whether, when, and how studies should be conducted, with an emphasis on public participation.
Based on the expertise of scientists involved in dozens of dose reconstruction projects, this volume
Table of Contents
|3 Estimating and Confirming the Source Term||16-26|
|4 Environmental Pathways||27-39|
|5 Radiation Dose Assessment||40-50|
|6 Biologic Dosimetry and Biologic Markers||51-61|
|7 Epidemiologic Considerations||62-81|
|8 Priority Criteria for Dose Assessment Studies||82-86|
|10 Literature Cited||93-102|
|Appendix A: Representative Dose Reconstruction Studies||103-111|
|Appendix B: Workshop Agenda||112-114|
|Appendix C: Workshop Participants||115-124|
|Appendix D: Glossary||125-132|
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