3 edition of Health and ecological implications of radioactively contaminated environments found in the catalog.
Health and ecological implications of radioactively contaminated environments
National Council on Radiation Protection and Measurements. Meeting
by National Council on Radiation Protection and Measurements in Bethesda, Md
Written in English
|Statement||C.R. Richmond, editor.|
|Series||Proceedings ;, no. 12, Proceedings (National Council on Radiation Protection and Measurements) ;, no. 12|
|Contributions||Richmond, Chester R., 1929-|
|LC Classifications||RA569 .N355 1990|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 233 p. :|
|Number of Pages||233|
|LC Control Number||91010034|
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Get this from a library. Health and ecological implications of radioactively contaminated environments: proceedings of the Twenty-sixth Annual Meeting April, as presented at the Mayflower Hotel, Washington, D.C.
[Chester R Richmond; National Council on Radiation Protection and Measurements. Meeting]. Title: Health and Ecological Implications of Radioactively Contaminated Environments: Publication: Science of The Total Environment, vol. issuep. Health and Ecological Implications of Radioactively Contaminated Environments Abstract.
Publication: Science of the Total Environment. Pub Date: January DOI: /(93)Y Bibcode: ScTEnQ No Sources Found. Health Care and Environmental Contamination provides a comprehensive explanation of new and evolving topics in the field, including discussions on emissions from pharmaceutical manufacturing, disposal of medical wastes, inputs from sewerage systems, effects on aquatic organisms and wildlife, indirect effects on human health, antibiotic resistance, stewardship.
Introduction: radioactively contaminated sites and other environmental impacts from nuclear and radioactive installations The use of radioactive materials for a variety of purposes has resulted in contamination of sites (i.e.
land areas, including structures, soils, rocks, surface and ground waters, etc.) by: 2. potentially useful in the remediation of radioactively contaminated media. This Guide is designed to give easy access to critical information on applied technologies that address radioactive contamination in solid and liquid Size: 1MB.
Contaminated sites can ultimately lead to undesired health effects to the local residents. Environmental remediation strives to reduce the radiation exposure from contamination of land or other polluted media, such as surface water or by: 1.
Study Goal. The primary goals of this study are to: 1) provide a framework for ecological worker categories that can be used at a variety of contaminated sites, and that will serve as a model for additional categories, descriptions, and assessment of risks at hazardous waste sites, 2) describe each category, 3) provide examples of activities of each, and 4) describe the hazards ecological Cited by: 3.
Long-term environmental problems of radioactively contaminated land hut no sig- nificant levels of radioactive contamination were found in the environment around the facility. Fresh milk sam- ples ranged from 16 to 41 pCi of ~31I per liter (Halsey, Table 3. Till, J. and Meyer, H.
() Radiological assessment, a text- book on Cited by: 6. Other Health Effects of Environmental Lead Exposure. In addition to effects on the nervous system, low-level exposure to lead affects a number of important metabolic processes. The most widely recognized of these are changes in the hematopoietic system.
High intake of lead produces anemia, an effect influenced by iron by: 2. In recent years, it has become widely recognized that there are a large number of sites around the world that have become radioactively contaminated as a result of nuclear fuel cycle activities; the use of radioisotopes in medicine, research, industry; or nuclear and radiological accidents.
Proceedings No. 12 – Health & Ecological Implications of Radioactively Contaminated Environments () Product Details. Sort Title: Proceedings No. Remediation of the affected areas is urgently needed, since the presence of these contaminants represents a major human and environmental health concern.
Bioremediation and phytoremediation have been considered the eco-friendly alternative to the environmentally problematic remediation of contaminated soils, recovering functions that make some Author: Joana Lourenço, Sonia Mendo, Ruth Pereira.
Radioactive contamination and other environmental impacts of waste from nuclear and conventional power plants, medical and other industrial sources may pose undue hazards to human health or Author: Michele Laraia.
characterize radioactively contaminated sites for the purpose of remediating the potential sources of radiation exposure and assessing the hazards to human health and the environment.
The initial draft of this report was prepared at a consultants meeting held in Vienna in. At its core the series will consist of books on each of the big basic subjects including radioactivity in the terrestrial, marine and atmospheric environments; transfers of radioactivity through ecosystems; predictive modelling of radioactivity transport and distributions; isotopes as tracers; speciation and microbiological mediation of radionuclides; health effects of environmental radioactivity to both humans and biota and public perceptions and understanding of radioactivity.
Dtsch Arztebl Int. Jun;(23); author reply doi: /arztebla. Epub Jun 5. The environment is radioactively : I Zeller. Cite this content as: INTERNATIONAL ATOMIC ENERGY AGENCY, Planning for Environmental Restoration of Radioactively Contaminated Sites in Central and Eastern Europe Volume 1: Identification and Characterization of Contaminated Sites, IAEA-TECDOC, IAEA, Vienna ().
Remediation strategies for contaminated sites are provided. Readers who will find this book useful include professionals specializing in radioecology, safe disposal of radioactive waste, as well as decontamination, remediation legacies and impact of radioactive waste material on the environment.
Environmental Health | Book | English. offers extensive and comprehensive knowledge to the researchers and academicians who are working on decontamination of radioactively contaminated areas.
of full research papers submitted by scientists/faculty/research scholars who attended the conference on "Earth and Environment: Pollution and. There are a large number of sites around the world contaminated with radionuclides which, to varying extents, require attention. Some of these sites were contaminated by nuclear testing or radiation accidents while others became contaminated as a result of authorized discharges (e.g., hospitals) or inadequate waste management and/or waste disposal practices.environmental hazards that can adversely affect health or the ecological balances essential to human health and environmental quality.
Environmental health comprises of those aspects of human health, including quality of life, that are determined by physical, chemical, biological, social, and psychosocial factors in the environment.Language: English ISBN:LCCN: MeSH: Ecology*; Environmental Exposure*; Hazardous Waste/adverse effects*; Radioactive Pollutants/adverse effects* Publication Type(s): Congresses Notes: "Issued April 1, " Includes bibliographical references.
NLM ID: [Book].