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|OLS Field Name||OLS Field Data|
|Main Title||Future issues in environmental radiation : report on future issues and challenges in the study of environmental radiation, with a focus toward future institutional readiness by the Environmental Protection Agency.|
|CORP Author||Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Radiation Advisory Committee.|
|Publisher||Science Advisory Board,|
|Report Number||EPA SAB-RAC-95-006a NSCEP|
|Subjects||Radiation, Background--United States. ; Environmental risk assessment--United States. ; Energy development--Environmental aspects--United States. ; Radon--Environmental aspects--United States. ; Environnement--âEvaluation du risque--âEtats-Unis. ; Radon--Aspect de l'environnement--Etats Unis. ; âEnergie--Développement--Aspect de l'environnement--âEtats-Unis. ; Air--Pollution--Research ; Radiation--Toxicology--Research|
|Additional Subjects||United States.--Environmental Protection Agency ; Radioactivity ; Risk assessment ; Public health ; Radiation hazards ; Radiation doses ; Radioecological concentration ; Dose-response relationships ; Nuclear power ; Radiation waste management ; Nuclear weapons dismantlement ; Nuclear materials management ; Radon ; Indoor air pollution ; Trends ; Readiness ; Environmental quality ; Environmental issues ; Nonionizing radiation|
|Collation||1 volume (various pagings) : illustrations ; 28 cm.|
The Radiation Environmenal Futures Subcommittee of the Radiation Advisory Committee (RAC) of the EPA Science Advisory Board has prepared a report on future issues and challenges in the study, management, and regulation of environmental radiation. The result of that process and hence the focus of the report was seven major topics that included: energy production and environmental quality, radioactive waste management, non-ionizing radiation, dose-response models and population susceptibility, radon in indoor air, control of nuclear materials from dismantled warheads, and institutional readiness to deal with future issues in environmental radiation.
"United States Environmental Protection Agency, Science Advisory Board"--Cover. Shipping list no.: 1995-0223-P. "March 1995." Includes bibliographical references (pages D-1-D-3).