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Contents of February 2006, Volume 90, Number 2

Health Physics Journal, Vol. 90, No. 2, February 2006
A new variant of the BOMAB phantom that combines solidity and re-usability. The perfect solution to avoid leaks. See article by Gary H. Kramer and Barry M. Hauck on page 161 for more information.


Report from the Techa River Dosimetry Review Workshop Held on 8-10 December 2003 at the State Research Centre Institute of Biophysics, Moscow, Russia — Mikhail Balonov, Rudolf Alexakhin, André Bouville, and Jan-Olov Liljinzin

Uncertainties in Aerosol Deposition within the Respiratory Tract Using the ICRP 66 Model: A Study in Workers — P. Fritsch

Determination of 238U/235U, 236U/238U and Uranium Concentration in Urine Using SF-ICP-MS and MC-ICP-MS: An Interlaboratory Comparison — Randall R. Parrish, Matthew F. Thirlwall, Chris Pickford, Mathew Horstwood, Axel Gerdes, James Anderson, and David Coggon

Accumulation and Distribution of Uranium in Rats after Chronic Exposure by Ingestion — F. Paquet, P. Houpert, E. Blanchardon, O. Delissen, C. Maubert, B. Dhieux, A. M. Moreels, S. Frelon, Ph. Voisin, and P. Gourmelon

Low Frequency Magnetic Fields Induced by Car Tire Magnetization — Stefan Stankowski, Andreas Kessi, Olivier Bécheiraz, Karl Meier-Engel, and Martin Meier

A Reanalysis of Atomic-Bomb Cataract Data, 2000-2002: A Threshold Analysis — Eiji Nakashima, Kazuo Neriishi, and Atsushi Minamoto

The Sliced BOMAB Phantom: A New Variant for Intercomparison — Gary H. Kramer and Barry M. Hauck


Minimum Detectable Activity Concentration in Direct Alpha Spectrometry from Outdoor Air Samples: Continuous Monitoring Versus Separate Sampling and Counting — R. Pöllänen and T. Siiskonen


Bone Structure Studies at the University of Leeds — Philip J. Darley

Response to P. J. Darley — Amish P. Shah, Didier A. Rajon, Derek W. Jokisch, Phillip W. Patton, and Wesley E. Bolch


Radiological Consequences in Areas of Kuwait with Residues of Depleted Uranium — Reviewed by Larry W. Luckett

Physics of Radiology, 2nd Edition — Reviewed by D. M. Hamby

Building Competence in Radiation Protection and the Safe Use of Radiation Sources, Safety Guide No. RS-G-1.4 — Reviewed by Matthew Williamson


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