The European Radioecology Alliance: Encouraging the Coordination and Integration of Research Activities in Radioecology: 7- Environment and Natural Background ;8- Transport / Sealed Source Management; 9- Non-ionising Radiation

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The European Radioecology Alliance: Encouraging the Coordination and Integration of Research Activities in Radioecology : 7- Environment and Natural Background ;8- Transport / Sealed Source Management; 9- Non-ionising Radiation. / Vandenhove, Hildegarde; Garnier-Laplace, Jacqueline; Real, Almudena; Muikku, Maarit; Lecomte-Pradines, Catherine; Sovik, A; Howard, Brenda; Masqué, P.; Tenorio, Rafael.

IRPA - The International Radiation Protection Association, 2017. 12 p.

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Harvard

Vandenhove, H, Garnier-Laplace, J, Real, A, Muikku, M, Lecomte-Pradines, C, Sovik, A, Howard, B, Masqué, P & Tenorio, R 2017, The European Radioecology Alliance: Encouraging the Coordination and Integration of Research Activities in Radioecology: 7- Environment and Natural Background ;8- Transport / Sealed Source Management; 9- Non-ionising Radiation. vol. 4 of 5, IRPA - The International Radiation Protection Association.

APA

Vandenhove, H., Garnier-Laplace, J., Real, A., Muikku, M., Lecomte-Pradines, C., Sovik, A., ... Tenorio, R. (2017). The European Radioecology Alliance: Encouraging the Coordination and Integration of Research Activities in Radioecology: 7- Environment and Natural Background ;8- Transport / Sealed Source Management; 9- Non-ionising Radiation. IRPA - The International Radiation Protection Association.

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Vandenhove, Hildegarde ; Garnier-Laplace, Jacqueline ; Real, Almudena ; Muikku, Maarit ; Lecomte-Pradines, Catherine ; Sovik, A ; Howard, Brenda ; Masqué, P. ; Tenorio, Rafael. / The European Radioecology Alliance: Encouraging the Coordination and Integration of Research Activities in Radioecology : 7- Environment and Natural Background ;8- Transport / Sealed Source Management; 9- Non-ionising Radiation. IRPA - The International Radiation Protection Association, 2017. 12 p.

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