Atoms, Nature, and Man Man-made Radioactivity in the Environment
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Atoms, Nature, and Man Man-made Radioactivity in the Environment

By Neal O. Hines
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Table of Contents
  • ATOMS, NATURE, and MAN Man-made Radioactivity in the Environment
  • The Understanding the Atom Series
  • CONTENTS
  • INTRODUCTION
  • SOME PRELIMINARY IDEAS
    • The Single Environment
    • The Need to Understand
    • Operating Concepts
  • A VIEW IN PERSPECTIVE, 1946-1963
    • The Bikini Tests of 1946
      • Joint Task Force One
      • Scientific Interests
      • The Underwater Detonation
      • First Assessments
    • Joint Task Force One
    • Scientific Interests
    • The Underwater Detonation
    • First Assessments
    • The Bikini Resurvey of 1947
    • Studies at Nuclear Test Sites, 1948-1958
    • Landmarks
    • Before the 1963 Test Ban Treaty
  • THE ATOM IN ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES
    • Examining Environments
      • TERRESTRIAL ECOLOGY RESEARCH
    • TERRESTRIAL ECOLOGY RESEARCH
    • Biological Inventories
    • Measurements and Interpretations
  • ENVIRONMENTS—SINGULAR, YET PARTS OF A WHOLE
    • Aquatic Systems
      • Biological Uptake
      • ENVIRONMENTAL RESEARCH
      • The Oceans
      • Rivers, Lakes, and Estuaries
    • Biological Uptake
    • ENVIRONMENTAL RESEARCH
    • The Oceans
    • Rivers, Lakes, and Estuaries
    • Land
    • Atmosphere
  • PROBLEMS AND PROJECTS
    • ANIMAL RESEARCH
    • Wasps and Radioactive Mud
      • WASP NEST RESEARCH
    • WASP NEST RESEARCH
    • Survival of an Animal Population
    • Fallout and Populations
    • The Variety of Approaches
  • WHERE ARE WE NOW?
    • The First Twenty Years
  • SUGGESTED REFERENCES
    • Basic
    • Weapons Testing and Fallout
    • Biological Effects of Radiation
    • Radioactivity in the Environment
  • Footnotes
  • Transcriber’s Notes
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