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APPENDICES Appendix A. GENERAL BIBLIOGRAPHY These references which served as general background for the report, do not include items listed in the bibliographies that follow the varies sections of the report. Aarkrog, A., Radioecological Investigations of Plutonium in an Arctic Marine Environment, Health Physics, Per- gamon Press 1971. 20 (Jan) pp. 31-47. Aberg, B. and F. P. Hungate. (eds.) 1967. Radioecological Concentration Processes. Proc. Intern Symposium held in Stockholm 25-29 April, 1966. Pergamon Press, London, xiv, 1040 pp. Adams, J.A.S. and W. M. Lowder. (eds.). 1964. The Natural Radiation Environment. Univeristy of Chicago Press, Chicago, Illinois, xiv, 1069 pp. Anderson, Robert E., Tsutomu Yamamoto, Kenzo Ishida, Todd Thurslund. Aging in Hiroshima and Nagasaki Atomic Bomb Survivors: Accumulation of Cardiac Lipo- fuscin Journal of the American Geriatrics Society, Vol. 19 No. 3, March 1971. Anonymous, no date. Actes du Symposium International de Radioecologie, (Vol. 1, Vol. 2). Centre d,Etudes Nu- cleaires de Cadarache du 8 au 12 Septembre 1969. Com- missariat a l-Energie Atomique, France, xxi, 1192 pp. Anonymous, no date. Proceedings of the Seminar on Marine Radioecology. Cherbourg, France, 3-6 December 1968. Organization for Economic Cooperation and Develop- ment, European Nuclear Energy Agency, Paris. 150 pp. Archer, Victor E. Review of NCRP Report No. 39, see Wolff. Arthur H., Critique of NCRP Report No. 39. 27 April 1971. Argonne Research Conference on the Estimation of Low- level Risks, Dec. 1970. Papers by H. E. Walburg, E. B. Darden, Jr., R. J. Michael Fry, Austin M. Brues, L. H. Hemplemann, Donald G. Willhoit, R. E. Rowland, Georgo A. Sacher, W. K. Sinclair, Douglas Grahn, P. Metalli & (-,. Silini, Sheldon Wolff, Philip E. Sartwell, Raymond Sel- tser, Sol M. Michaelson, E. L. Saenger, John M. Yuhas, John B. Storer, Lauriston Taylor, M. M. Elkind, E. J. Ainstorth, G. W. Barendsen & J. J. Broerse & C. F. Hol- lander, S. Abrahamson, J. L. Bateman. Armed Forces Epidemiological Board Commission on Ra- diation and Infection, Preliminary Summaries of Present Knowledge concerning Ionizing Radiation and Infection. March 4-5,1966. Atomic Bomb Casualty Commission: ABCC Technical Reports, 1959-1971. Japanese National Institute of Health of the Ministry of Health and Wel- fare, 1972. Bean, Michael A., Ryuichi Yatani, Paul I. Liu, Kaichi Fukazawa, Frantz W. Ashley, and Shoichiro Fujita. Prostatic Carcinoma at Autopsy in Hiroshima and Na- gasaki Japanese. 1. Prevalence and Relation to Radia- tion. II. Histopathologic Study. ABCC TR-7-72. 29 Feb- ruary 1972. Bibliography of Published Papers of the ABCC 1947 through 1970. ABCC TR 00-59 through 00-70. Belsky, Joseph L., Toshiro Ohashi, Thomas L. Robert- son, Banri Taniguchi, Toranosuke Ishimaru, Leukocyte Response to Exercise in Atomic Bomb Survivors Radia- tion Research (5) (3):699-707, June 1972. Belsky, Joseph L. and William J. Blot, Stature of Adults Exposed in Childhood to the Atomic Bombs of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, ABCC TR 38-71. Belsky, Joseph L., Kiyoshi Tachikawa, Robert W. Gihak, Tsutomu Yamamoto, Salivery Gland Tumors in Atomic Bomb Survivors, Hiroshima-Nagasaki, 1957-1970, JAMA 219 (7):864-868. Bloom, Arthur D., Neriishi, Shotaru, et al, Leukocyte Chro- mosome Studies of Adult and in-utero Exposed Survivors of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, Human Radiation Studies, Amsterdam, 1967. Blot, William J., Hisao Sawada, Fertility among Female Survivors of the Atomic Bombs of Hiroshima and Naga- saki, ABCC mms. undated. Case Reports -1968 (TR 27-68) Russell, Walter J., Hajime Nakata. Spondylosis Fol- lowing Trauma Dear, H. Davis, Kazumi Taguchi, Katsu- hiko Yano, Pacemaker Therapy for Inadequate Cardiac- Output in Presence of Slow Nodal Rhythm. Niwayama, Gen. Inclusion of Non-neoplastic Thyroid Tissue within Cervical Lymph Nodes. Yohei, II, Akio A. Awa, Tamaaki Rikita. Gastric Carci- noma Complicating Pregnancy in an Atomic Bomb Sur- vivor. Fujii, T., Moloney, Morton, Data on Linkage of Ovalocyto- sis and Blood Groups, ABCC Technical Report 37-59. Ichimaru, Ishimaru, Tsuchimoto, Kirschbaum, Aplastic Anemia in Hiroshima and Nagasaki with Special Refer- ence to Incidence in A-Bomb Survivors, ABCC Technical Report No. 31-70. Jablon, Seymour and Hiroo Kato, Childhood Cancer in Re- lation to Prenatal Exposure to A-Bomh Radiation, ABCC TR 26-70. Jablon, Seymour, et al, Leukemia in A-Bomb Survivor*, ABCC 13 Jan. 1971 (MMS) Jablon, Seymour, Shoichiro Fujita, Kazuko Fukushima, Toranosuke Ishimaru, John A. Auxier, RBE of N-eutronx in Atomic Bomb Survivors, Hiroshima-Nagasaki, Tech- nical Report 12-70 ABCC Jablon, Seymour and Hiroo Kato, Sex Ratio in Offupring of Survivors Exposed Prenatally to the Atomic Komhx in Hiroshima and Nagasaki, and as ABCC TR 27-70. Nakata, Hjime and Keiichi Matsuura, Walter J. RUKKH||, Roentgenological Observation of Lung Carcinoma Hiro- shima-Nagasaki 1950-68, ABCC TR 11-69. 201

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