From tangled banks to toxic bunnies; a reflection on the issues involved in developing an ecosystem approach for environmental radiation protection

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From tangled banks to toxic bunnies; a reflection on the issues involved in developing an ecosystem approach for environmental radiation protection. / Mothersilla, Carmel E.; Oughton, Deborah; Schofieldl, Paul N.; Abend, Michael; Adam-Guillermin, Christelle; Ariyoshi, Kentaro; Beresford, Nicholas A.; Bonisoli-Alquati, Andra; Cohen, Jason; Dubrova, Yuri; Geras’kin, Stanislav A.; Hevroy, Tanya Helena; Higley, Kathryn A.; Horemans, Nele; Jha, Awadhesh N.; Kapustka, Lawrence A.; Kiang, Juliann G.; Madas, Balázs G.; Powathil, Gibin; Sarapultseva, Elena I.; Seymour, Colin B.; Nguyen, Vo T.K; Wood, Michael D.

In: International Journal of Radiation Biology, 21.07.2020, p. 1-17.

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Mothersilla, CE, Oughton, D, Schofieldl, PN, Abend, M, Adam-Guillermin, C, Ariyoshi, K, Beresford, NA, Bonisoli-Alquati, A, Cohen, J, Dubrova, Y, Geras’kin, SA, Hevroy, TH, Higley, KA, Horemans, N, Jha, AN, Kapustka, LA, Kiang, JG, Madas, BG, Powathil, G, Sarapultseva, EI, Seymour, CB, Nguyen, VTK & Wood, MD 2020, 'From tangled banks to toxic bunnies; a reflection on the issues involved in developing an ecosystem approach for environmental radiation protection', International Journal of Radiation Biology, pp. 1-17. https://doi.org/10.1080/09553002.2020.1793022

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Mothersilla, C. E., Oughton, D., Schofieldl, P. N., Abend, M., Adam-Guillermin, C., Ariyoshi, K., ... Wood, M. D. (2020). From tangled banks to toxic bunnies; a reflection on the issues involved in developing an ecosystem approach for environmental radiation protection. International Journal of Radiation Biology, 1-17. https://doi.org/10.1080/09553002.2020.1793022

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Mothersilla CE, Oughton D, Schofieldl PN, Abend M, Adam-Guillermin C, Ariyoshi K et al. From tangled banks to toxic bunnies; a reflection on the issues involved in developing an ecosystem approach for environmental radiation protection. International Journal of Radiation Biology. 2020 Jul 21;1-17. https://doi.org/10.1080/09553002.2020.1793022

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Mothersilla, Carmel E. ; Oughton, Deborah ; Schofieldl, Paul N. ; Abend, Michael ; Adam-Guillermin, Christelle ; Ariyoshi, Kentaro ; Beresford, Nicholas A. ; Bonisoli-Alquati, Andra ; Cohen, Jason ; Dubrova, Yuri ; Geras’kin, Stanislav A. ; Hevroy, Tanya Helena ; Higley, Kathryn A. ; Horemans, Nele ; Jha, Awadhesh N. ; Kapustka, Lawrence A. ; Kiang, Juliann G. ; Madas, Balázs G. ; Powathil, Gibin ; Sarapultseva, Elena I. ; Seymour, Colin B. ; Nguyen, Vo T.K ; Wood, Michael D. / From tangled banks to toxic bunnies; a reflection on the issues involved in developing an ecosystem approach for environmental radiation protection. In: International Journal of Radiation Biology. 2020 ; pp. 1-17.

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