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THE HANFORD ENVIRONMENTAL DOSE RECONSTRUCTION PROJECT: A REVIEW OF FOUR DOCUMENTS VII. LITERATURE CITED Air Pathway Report - Phase I of the Hanford Environmental Dose Reconstruction Project, PNL-7412 HEDR Rev.1 UC-707, July 1991. C. F. Baes and R. D. Sharp, 1981. Predicting Radionuclide Leaching from Root Zone Soil from Assessment Applications. CONF-81601, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Oak Ridge, Tennessee. D. S. Barth and J. G. Veater, 1964. Dairy Farm Radioiodine Study Following the Pike Event. TID-21764, Public Health Service, Southwestern Radiological Health Laboratory, Las Vegas, Nevada. C. M. Heeb and L. G. Morgan, 1991. Iodine-131 in Irradiated Fuel at Time of Processing from December 1944 Through December 1947. PNL-7253 HEDR, Battelle, Pacific Northwest Laboratories, Richland, Washington. F. O. Hoffman and C. F. Baes, III, 1979. A Statistical Analysis of Selected Parameters for Predicting Food Chain Transport and Internal Dose of Radionuclides. NUREG/CR-1004, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Oak Ridge, Tennessee. J. L. Jaech, 1957. Monthly Summary of Dissolver Data 12-31-44 Through 6-30-57, FTS-CLVI-73, General Electric Company. Hanford Works, Richland, Washington. D. W. Layton, 1993. Metabolically consistent breathing ranges for use in dose assessments. Health Physics; 64 (1):23-36. W. J. Megaw, 1962. The penetration of iodine into buildings. International Journal of Air and Water Pollution 6:121-128. C. Miller, 1979. The interception fraction. In: A Statistical Analysis of Selected Parameters for Predicting Food Chain Transport and Internal Dose of Radionuclides. F. O. Hoffman and C. F. Baes, III, eds. NUREG/CR-1004. October 1979. Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Oak Ridge, Tennessee. pp. 31-42.

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