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Air toxics development at EPA /
Aversion/Attraction of Blue Jays to Microwave Irradiation.
Biological Effects of Long-Term Exposure of Rats to 970-MHz Radiofrequency Radiation.
Biological Influences of Low-Frequency Sinusoidal Electromagnetic Signals Alone and Superimposed on RF Carrier Waves.
Draft Environmental Impact Statement Rocky Flats Plant Site, Golden, Colorado, Volume II Appendices
Effects on Populations of Exposure to Low Levels of Ionizing Radiation.
Fourth Workshop on Radiation Risk Assessment.
Partial Inhibition of In vitro Pollen Germination by Simulated Solar Ultraviolet-B Radiation.
Radiation Incidents Registry Report 1970.
Radioactive waste discharges to the environment from nuclear power facilities
Reduction of radiation exposure in nuclear medicine : proceedings of a symposium held at the Kellogg Center for Continuing Education, Michigan State University, East Lansing, Mich. /
Summary and results of the April 26-27, 1993 Radiofrequency Radiation Conference, vol. 2 /
Summary and Results of the April 26-27, 1993 Radiofrequency Radiation Conference. Volume 1. Analysis of Panel Discussions.
Technical report on technologically enhanced naturally occurring radioactive materials in the southwestern copper belt of Arizona.
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