Identification and assessment of elevated exposure to natural radiation in Balkan region (Serbia)

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  • Zora S. Zunic
  • Ilia V. Yarmoshenko
  • Nenad Veselinovic
  • Michael V. Zhukovsky
  • Predrag Ujic
  • Igor Celikovic
  • James P. Mc Laughlin
  • Simos E. Simopoulos
  • Aleksandar Birovljev
  • Kenzo Fujimoto
  • Flavio Trotti
  • Bajram Jakupi
  • Gordana Milic
  • Francesco Bochicchio
  • Giancarlo Ciotoli
  • Pawel Olko
  • Kryzstof Kozak
  • Kevin Kelleher
  • Macej Budzanowski
  • Jerzy W. Mietelski
  • Shinji Tokonami
  • Rakesh Ramola
  • Sarata K. Sahoo
  • Michael P.R. Waligorski

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Although radon, being the most important natural source of population exposure, has been a well explored issue, for Serbia and most of the countries in the Balkan region, there is no systematic data on the levels of radon exposure in dwellings. Since 1997 several hundreds of houses in rural Balkan communities have been investigated with different techniques. The results of these measurements are presented in the poster presentation.


Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationProceedings posters - part 1
Place of PublicationOsteras, Norway
Publication statusPublished - 16 Jun 2008
EventRadioecology & Environmental Radioactivity - NRPA, IRSN, IUR, WHO, IAEA, Bergen, Norway
Duration: 15 Jun 200820 Jun 2008


ConferenceRadioecology & Environmental Radioactivity


  • Radon, radon decay products, surface traps, volume traps

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