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|OLS Field Name||OLS Field Data|
|Main Title||Proceedings of a session on environmental exposure to nonionizing radiation, annual meeting of the American Public Health Association, Atlantic City, New Jersey, November 14, 1972.|
|CORP Author||United States. Environmental Protection Agency. Office of Radiation Programs.; American Public Health Association. Radiological Health Section.; Office of Radiation Programs, Washington, D.C. Field Operations Div.|
|Publisher||U.S. Environmental Protection Agency,|
|Report Number||EPA/ORP 73-2|
|Stock Number||PB-220 851|
|Subjects||Radiation--Congresses. ; Electromagnetic waves--Congresses. ; Environmental Exposure--congresses. ; Radiation, Nonionizing--congresses.|
|Additional Subjects||Radiation--Congresses ; ( Environmental engineering ; Radio waves) ; ( Safety ; Radio waves) ; ( Microwaves ; Radiation effects) ; Urban areas ; Frequency allocations ; Electromagnetic compatibility ; Electric power transmission ; Meetings|
|Collation||vii leaves, 136 pages : illustrations ; 26 cm|
;Contents: The management of the radio spectrum and its relationship to the environment; Electromagnetic environments in urban areas; Environmental nonionizing radiation exposure: A preliminary analysis of the problem and continuing work within EPA; Electromagnetic compatibility, electromagnetic interference, and susceptibility as related to medical devices; The growth of microwave systems and applications; Space solar power: An option for power generation; Federal program on biological effects of electromagnetic energy.
"May 1973." "Cosponsored by American Public Health Association, Radiological Health Section." Includes bibliographical references.
The management of the radio spectrum and its relationship to the environment / Donald M. Jansky -- Electromagnetic environments in urban areas / James C. Toler -- Environmental nonionizing radiation exposure: a preliminary analysis of the problem and continuing work within EPA / Richard A. Tell -- Electromagnetic compatibility, electromagnetic interference, and susceptibility as related to medical devices / Paul S. Ruggera and Mays L. Swicord -- The growth of microwave systems and applications / Jeffrey Frey -- Space solar power: an option for power generation / Peter E. Glaser -- Federal program on biological effects of electromagnetic energy / H. Janet Healer.