Health Physics Society Journal

September 2018, Volume 115, Number 3

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On the cover: One of many pilot experiments to study photographic pupillometry techniques in outdoor environments. Photo courtesy of Stephanie K. Harley.



On the Use of Location and Occupancy Factors for Estimating External Exposure From Deposited Radionuclides — Margarita Tzivaki and Edward Waller

Total Ambient Dose Equivalent Buildup Factors for Portland Concrete — Paulina Duckic and Robert Hayes

Compliance With Radiation Protection Practices Among Radiologists — Mostafa A. Abdelrahman, Ahmad Abu Alfwares, Haytham Alewaidat, Mustafa Alhasan, Mohammad A. Rawashdeh, and Dana S. Al Mousa

Indoor and Outdoor Radon Concentration Levels in Lebanon — Rima R. Habib, Rida Y. Nuwayhid, Zena Hamdan, Ibrahim Alameddine, and Gabriel Katul

Pupil Size in Outdoor Environments — Stephanie K. Harley and David H. Sliney

Estimating Thyroid Doses From Modified Barium Swallow Studies — Heather Shaw Bonilha, Janina Wilmskoetter, Sameer V Tipnis, Bonnie Martin-Harris, and Walter Huda

Establishment of Criteria for Skin Decontamination in a Radiation Emergency — Jaeryong Yoo and Young Woo Jin

Real-Time Monitoring of Gross Beta Radioactivity in Tap Water and Committed Effective Dose — Wen-hui Lv, Zhi Zeng, Hongchang Yi, Hao Ma, Jun-li Li, and Hui Zhang


Utilizing Monte Carlo Computations to Estimate Radiation Doses From Some Cosmetics — Momen Orabi, Om-Azez Abdurahem, and Mohamed Sherif


Comments on "The Past Informs the Future: An Overview of the Million Worker Study and the Mallinckrodt Chemical Works Cohort" — S.M.J. Mortazavi, C. Rangacharyulu, J.J. Bevelacqua, J. Welsh, M. Waligorski, M. Doss

Response to Mortazavi et al. on Detecting Bone-Seeking Radionuclides in Brain Tissue — John D. Boice, Jr.

LNT May Be Lethal but ALARA Is Inherently Useful — Robert Hayes

Response to Hayes: LNT Contradicts Biology but ALARA Gets Lethal — Ludwig E. Feinendegen and Jerry M. Cuttler


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