Health Physics Society Journal

Health Physics Journal, Vol. 88, No. 5, May 2005
Levels of radioactivity and trace metals in Canadian moose near uranium mines were analyzed in northern Saskatchewan. See article by Patricia Thomas et al. on page 423 for more information.

Contents of May 2005, Volume 88, Number 5


A History of the International Commission on Radiological Protection — Roger Clarke and Jack Valentin


Radionuclides and Trace Metals in Canadian Moose near Uranium Mines: Comparison of Radiation Doses and Food Chain Transfer with Cattle and Caribou — Patricia Thomas, James Irvine, Jane Lyster, and Rhys Beaulieu

Testing Prediction Capabilities of an 131I Terrestrial Transport Model by Using Measurements Collected at the Hanford Nuclear Facility —A. Iulian Apostoaei

Sensitivity Analyses of the Standards for the Proposed Yucca Mountain Repository-A Review, Evaluation, and Commentary — Dade W. Moeller and Michael T. Ryan

Measurements of Neutron Effective Doses and Attenuation Lengths for Shielding Materials at the Heavy-Ion Medical Accelerator in Chiba — Yoshikazu Kumamoto, Yutaka Noda, Yukio Sato, Tatsuaki Kanai, and Takeshi Murakami

Age-Dependent Dose Assessment of 226Ra from Bottled Water Intake — Maja Bronzovic and Gordana Marovic


Radiation Exposure Rate from 131I-Treated Hyperthyroid Patients-Dynamic Study, with Data for up to 42 D Post Therapy — Hooshang Mohammadi

Does the Severity of Radionuclide-Induced Skeletal Malignancy Depend upon Radiation Dose? — Ray D. Lloyd, Gary B. Thurman, Glenn N. Taylor, and Scott C. Miller


Comments about Potter's Review of Internal Dosimetry — R. D. Lloyd, S. C. Miller, G. N. Taylor, F. W. Bruenger, and W. S. S. Jee

Response to Lloyd et al. — Charles A. Potter


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