Person-rems and the future

Culliton, Barbara J.; Waterfall, Wallace K.
August 1979
British Medical Journal;8/11/79, Vol. 2 Issue 6186, p375
Academic Journal
Focuses on the publications contemplating the biological consequences of low-level ionizing radiation in the United States. Report contributing to the study on nuclear and alternative energy systems; Accident at the Three Mile Island nuclear-powered electrical generating station; Risks in nuclear-power production.


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