AVM volume 2, issue 2, P59-69 2009 DOI: 10.46784/e-avm.v2i2.248 View full text
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Gordana Pantelić, Vedrana Vuletić, Maja Eremić-Savković, Ljiljana Javorina, Irena Tanasković

Abstract: Radio-ecological monitoring of the environment encompasses the measures of specific radionuclide activity in the samples from the environment that is relevant for the exposure of inhabitants, first of all in air, drinking water, food and in some typical representatives of flora and fauna with characteristic features of radioactive contamination (the ability of radionuclide to concentrate). The aim of monitoring is: a) timely detection and identification of all uncontrolled radiation sources or radiation contam…

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