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Radiation monitoring of soil and vegetation cover


, : Radiation monitoring of soil and vegetation cover. Moscow University Soil Science Bulletin 42(1): 26-31

The urgency of radiation monitoring of the soil and vegetation cover is due to the major contribution made by agricultural produce to the irradiation doses received by humans from anthropogenic and natural radionuclides. Its goals include assessment of the significance of sources producing radioactivity in the soil and vegetation and their temporal dynamics.

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