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Health Physics Journal, Vol. 86, No. 4, April 2004
The RPL stack scale model/mock-up used to conduct uniform air velocity and contaminant concentration evaluations under the ANSI/HPS N13.1-1999 standard. See articles by Ballinger et al. and Barnett et al. beginning on page 406 for more information.

Contents of April 2004, Volume 86, Number 4

TECHNOLOGY MONITOR

Nuclear Energy Horizon-Pint Sized Powerhouses — Ken Kasper

PAPERS

A Revised Stylized Model of the Adult Extrathoracic and Thoracic Airways for Use with the ICRP-66 Human Respiratory Tract Model — Eduardo B. Farfán, Eun Young Han, Wesley E. Bolch, ChulHaeng Huh, and Thomas E. Huston

Magnitude of Fission Product Depositions from Atmospheric Nuclear Weapon Test Fallout in France — Philippe Renaud and Didier Louvat

The Use of Autoradiography for Investigating the Distribution of Radioactivity in Lung Counter Calibration Sources — Gary H. Kramer, Barry M. Hauck, Leonora Marro, Kenneth G. W. Inn, Mike Unterweger, and Pam Hodge

Dose Effect for Japanese Due to 232Th and 238U in Imported Drinking Water — Kunio Shiraishi, Shinzo Kimura, Sarata Kumar Sahoo, and Hideki Arae

Measurement of the Equilibrium Factor between Radon and Its Progeny in the Underground Mining Environment — O. M. Ntwaeaborwa, N. D. Kgwadi, S. H. Taole, and R. Strydom

Natural Radioactivity in Building Materials in the Republic of Ireland — E. M. Lee, G. Menezes, and E. C. Finch

Twenty Years of Experience in Monitoring 41Ar in a Research Reactor and Decrease of Its Discharge into the Environment — M. Fukui

Patient Size and X-Ray Transmission in Body CT — Kent Ogden, Walter Huda, Ernest M. Scalzetti, and Marsha L. Roskopf

OPERATIONAL TOPICS

Evaluation of Sampling Locations for Two Radionuclide Air-Sampling Systems Based on the Requirements of ANSI/HPS N13.1-1999 — M. Y. Ballinger, J. M. Barnett, J. A. Glissmeyer, and D. L. Edwards

Results of Inspection and Cleaning of Two Radionuclide Air-Sampling Systems Based on the Requirements of ANSI/HPS N13.1-1999 — J. M. Barnett, M. Y. Ballinger, T. L. Gervais, D. D. Douglas, and D. L. Edwards

CORRESPONDENCE

HPS has Established an Acceptable Dose — Kenneth L. Mossman

Radon and Leukemia Risk in Underground Miners: Are Working Level Months the Most Appropriate Exposure Parameter? — J. P. Eatough

Leukemia among Uranium Miners-Late Effects of Exposure to Uranium Dust? — Ladislav Tomasek

Discussion on Radon and Leukemia Risk in Underground Miners: Are Working Level Months the Most Appropriate Exposure Parameter? — D. Laurier, A. Rogel, M. Valenty, and M. Tirmarche

BOOK REVIEWS

Medical Image Analysis — Reviewed by Wesley E. Bolch

OTHER CONTENT

News and Notices

Health Physics Society Prospectus

Health Physics Society Affiliate Members

Author Guidelines

Advertisers Guide

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Up and Coming

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Health Physics (ISSN 0017-9078) is the Official Journal of the Health Physics Society and is published monthly by Lippincott Williams and Wilkins, 351 West Camden Street, Baltimore, MD 2101-2436. For news and abstracts, and to search past issues of the Health Physics Journal, please visit the Health Physics Journal website.
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