Proceedings of the Fifth International Nuclear Emergency Exercise (INEX-5) Workshop

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Proceedings of the Fifth International Nuclear Emergency Exercise (INEX-5) Workshop. / Hofer, Peter; Perko, Tanja.

2018 ed. France : OECD NEA - Nuclear Energy Agency, 2018. 58 p. (Radiological Protection; Vol. 2018, No. 7442).

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Hofer, P & Perko, T 2018, Proceedings of the Fifth International Nuclear Emergency Exercise (INEX-5) Workshop. Radiological Protection, no. 7442, vol. 2018, 2018 edn, OECD NEA - Nuclear Energy Agency, France. https://doi.org/10.1787/952e223b-en

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Hofer, P., & Perko, T. (2018). Proceedings of the Fifth International Nuclear Emergency Exercise (INEX-5) Workshop. (2018 ed.) (Radiological Protection; Vol. 2018, No. 7442). OECD NEA - Nuclear Energy Agency. https://doi.org/10.1787/952e223b-en

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Hofer P, Perko T. Proceedings of the Fifth International Nuclear Emergency Exercise (INEX-5) Workshop. 2018 ed. France: OECD NEA - Nuclear Energy Agency, 2018. 58 p. (Radiological Protection; 7442). https://doi.org/10.1787/952e223b-en

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Hofer, Peter ; Perko, Tanja. / Proceedings of the Fifth International Nuclear Emergency Exercise (INEX-5) Workshop. 2018 ed. France : OECD NEA - Nuclear Energy Agency, 2018. 58 p. (Radiological Protection; 7442).

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