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Health Physics Journal,
Vol. 78, No. 5, May 2000
On the cover: Radon risk research: EML personnel making activity vs. particle size measurements in a working mine (Eagle Point Mine, Asakatchewan, Canada). Miners are doing explatory drilling to define the size of the ore body. See article by Cavallo et al. on page 532 for more information.

Contents of Volume 78, No. 5, May 2000

NEWS ON THE NET

Uranium — Bruce Busby

TECHNOLOGY MONITOR

Liquid Destruction — Ken Kasper

PAPERS

VIP-Man: An Image-Based Whole-Body Adult Male Model Constructed from Color Photographs of the Visible Human Project for Multi-Particle Monte Carlo Calculations — X. G. Xu, T. C. Chao, and A. Bozkurt

Foodstuff Survey Around a Major Nuclear Facility with Test of Satellite Images Application — Scot Twining, Johannes Strydom, Robert Rosson, Larry Koffman, Peter Fledderman, and Bernd Kahn

Radiation-Epidemiological Analysis of Incidence of Non-Cancer Diseases Among the Chernobyl Liquidators — V. K. Ivanov, M. A. Maksioutov, S. Yu. Chekin, Z. G. Kruglova, A. V. Petrov, and A. F. Tsyb

Increases 137Cs Metabolism During Pregnancy — Charlotte Thornberg and Sören Mattsson

Study of Stabilizing CaF2:Dy Ultraviolet Sensitivity by Double Annealing Treatment — Shih-Hai Li, Pin-Chieh Hsu, Chia-Chun Liao, and Pao-Shan Weng

Chelating Agents for Uranium(VI): 2. Efficacy and Toxicity of Tetradentate Catecholate and Hydroxypyridinonate Ligands in Mice — Patricia W. Durbin, Birgitta Kullgren, Shirley N. Ebbe, Jide Xu, and Kenneth N. Raymond

Testing a BEIR-VI Suggestion for Explaining the Lung Cancer vs. Radon Relationship for U.S. Counties — Bernard L. Cohen

An Improved Model for the Reconstruction of Past Radon Exposure — P. Cauwels and A. Poffijn

Modeled Concentrations in Rice and Ingestion Doses from Chronic Atmospheric Releases of Tritium — S-R. Peterson and P. A. Davis

Dose Reconstruction System for the Exposed Population Living Along the Techa River — Marina O. Degteva, Marina I. Vorobiova, Vyacheslav P. Kozheurov, Evgeniya I. Tolstykh, Lynn R. Anspaugh, and Bruce A. Napier

NOTES

Population Dose Due to Natural Radiation in Hong Kong — M. Y. W. Tso and J. K. C. Leung

Systematic Indoor Radon and Gamma-Ray Measurements in Slovenian Schools — Janja Vaupotic, Mateja Sikovec, and Ivan Kobal

Decorporation: Officially a Word — Darrell R. Fisher

BOOK REVIEWS

Nuclear Legacy: Students of Two Atomic Cities — Reviewed by James E. Tarpinian

Occupational Radiation Protection Assessment of Occupational Exposure Due to Intakes of Radionuclides Assessment of Occupational Exposure Due to External Sources of Radiation — Reviewed by David C. Kocher

Operational Thermoluminescence Dosimetry — Reviewed by Ian Hamilton

Calculating Risks—The Spatial and Political Dimensions of Hazardous Waste Policy — Reviewed by H. Robert Meyer

Alternative High-Level Waste Treatments at the Idaho National Engineering and Environmental Laboratory — Reviewed by Michael T. Ryan

Radiation Protection and Safety in Industrial Radiography, International Atomic Energy Agency Safety Series Number 13 Assessment of Doses to the Public from Ingested Radionuclides, International Atomic Energy Agency Safety Series Number 14 — Reviewed by Matthew W. Kozak

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Author Guidelines

Health Physics Society Prospectus

Health Physics Society Affiliate Members

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