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A critical, comparative look at the health effects of Chernobyl  NIRS/WISE Ukraine; UNDP and UNICEF, 25 January 2002 01-10-2003 NM BANDAZHEVSKY CENSORSHIP HEALTH POPULATION IAEA INTELLIGENCE AGENCIES COSTS NUCLEAR ENERGY LOW-LEVEL RADIATION LOBBY COMPANIES MUTATIONS UKRAINE RESEARCH INSTITUTEN RUSSIA CHERNOBYL -DISASTER UNITED NATIONS WHO BELARUS
A Hazy Nuclear renaissance Murogov, Victor 01-03-2007 IAEA GLOBAL IMPORTANCE OF NUCLEAR POWER ENERGY ENERGY POLICY, NUCLEAR IAEA NUCLEAR ENERGY OBNINSK, SU EDUCATION RESEARCH INSTITUTEN RUSSIA
A new 18-country opinion survey sponsored by the International Atomic Energy IAEA, 14 December 14-12-2005 WNAN IAEA NUCLEAR ENERGY RESEARCH INSTITUTEN OPINION POLLS
A new use for neutrinos 01-03-2006 TV IAEA RESEARCH INSTITUTEN PLUTONIUM SAFEGUARDS SAN ONOFRE, USA URANIUM MINING UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
A shared solution for risky radioactive sources Potier, Jan-Marie/ Al-Mughrabi, Mohamed 01-09-2007 IAEA WASTE GENERAL IAEA METHODS WASTE STORAGE RESEARCH INSTITUTEN GENERAL TECHNICAL INFORMATION SAFETY GENERAL SOUTH AFRICA
A team of experts has reviewed safety issues 21-11-2001 WNAN IAEA RESEARCH INSTITUTEN TEMELIN CZECH REPUBLIC REACTOR SAFETY
A team of seven inspectors 23-01-2002 WNAN IAEA IRAQ RESEARCH INSTITUTEN TUWAITHE
An International Expert Group has released the findings of its extensive look 23-02-2005 WNAN IAEA RESEARCH INSTITUTEN PROLIFERATION SAFEGUARDS
Appeal: Call for closure of Kashiwazaki-Kariwa nuclear power plant 01-09-2007 NUK IAEA JAPAN KASHIWAZAKI-KARIWA MAINTENANCE RESEARCH INSTITUTEN OPINION GENERAL SAFETY EARTHQUAKES REACTOR SAFETY
Artze erzeugen die meiste künstliche Strahlenbelastung 09-04-1992 STRA GERMANY HEALTH POPULATION OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH IAEA KRUMMEL, GERMANY NUCLEAR MEDICINE RESEARCH INSTITUTEN RADIOACTIVE FOOD RADIATION MEASUREMENTS RADIATION PERMISSABLE LEVELS CHERNOBYL -DISASTER BELARUS
Bandazhevsky: peut-être bientôt libre, mais en mauvaise santé Fabienne Gautier 01-10-2003 COAT BANDAZHEVSKY CESIUM EU / EC HEALTH POPULATION IAEA RESEARCH INSTITUTEN MEDIA UNITED NATIONS BELARUS
Byelorussia's Chernobyl legacy  Green, Patrick 01-02-1991 SCRA CONTAMINATION IAEA ICRP MAP RESEARCH INSTITUTEN RADIATION PERMISSABLE LEVELS CHERNOBYL BELARUS
Chernobyl & the marine environment: The radiological impact in context Pavel Povinec, Scott Fowler, Murdoch Baxter 01-03-1996 IAEA IAEA DISCHARGES WATER RESEARCH INSTITUTEN CHERNOBYL CHERNOBYL -DISASTER
Chernobyl 1986-2006 Roche, Adi 01-03-2006 HEDD CONTAMINATION HEALTH POPULATION UNITED KINGDOM IAEA RESEARCH INSTITUTEN CHERNOBYL -DISASTER WHO
Chernobyl 20th anniversary in Japan Watanabe, Mikiko 01-03-2006 NUK CONGRESS HEALTH POPULATION IAEA JAPAN UKRAINE RESEARCH INSTITUTEN ACCIDENTS NUCLEAR POWER PLANTS CHERNOBYL -DISASTER
Chernobyl forum report: A false history Mechtenberg-Berrigan, Molly 01-06-2006 NUKW CONTAMINATION CENSORSHIP HEALTH POPULATION IAEA UKRAINE RESEARCH INSTITUTEN CLEANUP SITES CHERNOBYL -DISASTER WHO
Chernobyl's living legacy Mettler, Fred A. 01-03-2006 IAEA CONTAMINATION HEALTH POPULATION IAEA UKRAINE RESEARCH INSTITUTEN RADIATION CONSEQUENCES CHERNOBYL -DISASTER
Commentaires sur Intervention du Professeur Aurengo Michel Fernex 01-11-2003 GN BANDAZHEVSKY CESIUM FRANCE HEALTH POPULATION IAEA IODINE PILLS RESEARCH INSTITUTEN PERSONS RADIATION PERMISSABLE LEVELS UNITED NATIONS WHO
Dangerous discrepancies. Missing plutonium in the U.S. nuclear weapons complex? Makijani, Arjun 01-08-2006 SDA WASTE GENERAL THEFT / MISSING DOE - USA EPA IAEA IEER JAPAN LOS ALAMOS, NM, USA MUF: MAT. UNACCOUNTED FOR RESEARCH INSTITUTEN PLUTONIUM ROCKY FLATS, USA UNITED STATES OF AMERICA WIPP
Dauer-Mahnwache gegen WHO-Knebelung durch IAEO 01-01-2008 PLNE IAEA NUCLEAR LOBBY RESEARCH INSTITUTEN COOPERATION WHO
De rol van kritische en onderkritische experimenten in de RCN-scheepsreactorenst Coehoorn, Ir.J. 01-06-1966 AE FIAT/ANSALDO GKSS IAEA NUCLEAR ENERGY RESEARCH INSTITUTEN RESEARCH REACTORS SHIPS / SUBMARINES RADIATION MEASUREMENTS GENERAL TECHNICAL INFORMATION
Denial & forgetfulness 01-12-1997 THIR CONTAMINATION CENSORSHIP CESIUM HEALTH POPULATION IAEA IODIN UKRAINE RESEARCH INSTITUTEN STRONTIUM CHERNOBYL -DISASTER
Der deutlich größte Teil des Reaktorinventars wurde infolge einer Kernexplosion 06-04-2006 STRA CONTAMINATION CONGRESS ECRR HEALTH POPULATION IAEA UKRAINE RESEARCH INSTITUTEN RADIATION MEASUREMENTS CHERNOBYL -DISASTER WHO
Desinformation über Schilddrüsenerkrankungen nach Tschernobyl 03-08-2000 STRA HEALTH POPULATION IAEA UKRAINE RESEARCH INSTITUTEN RUSSIA CHERNOBYL -DISASTER BELARUS
Die Diskussion der internationalen Tschernobyl-Studie läuft verkürzt 01-08-1991 STRA HEALTH POPULATION IAEA RESEARCH INSTITUTEN CHERNOBYL -DISASTER
Die Klärung von Gesundheitsfolgen des Tschernobyl-Unfalls stößt auf Widerstand Lengfelder, E./ Rabes, H./ Scherb, H./ Frenzel, C. 01-04-2004 STRA CONGRESS HEALTH POPULATION IAEA IODIN UKRAINE RESEARCH INSTITUTEN RADIATION MEASUREMENTS CHERNOBYL -DISASTER UNITED STATES OF AMERICA BELARUS
Diplomatic standoffs overshadow good progress on IAEA safeguards 01-03-2005 TV HIGH ENRICHED URANIUM IAEA IRAN LIBIE NIGER NORTH KOREA RESEARCH INSTITUTEN PAKISTAN PROLIFERATION SAFEGUARDS URANIUM RESOURCES & PRICE
Dossier: La radioprotection "internationale": les acteurs internationaux ASN 01-12-2005 CON ASN EU / EC EURATOM IAEA ICRP IRPA NEA RESEARCH INSTITUTEN COOPERATION RADIATION PERMISSABLE LEVELS TRADE UNIONS UNITED NATIONS LEGISLATION WHO
Education & training key to sustainable infrastructures 01-03-2006 IAEA IAEA EDUCATION RESEARCH INSTITUTEN RADIATION GENERAL SAFETY GENERAL
Enhancing radiation protection 01-03-2006 IAEA HEALTH POPULATION IAEA NUCLEAR ENERGY NUCLEAR MEDICINE RESEARCH INSTITUTEN RADIATION PERMISSABLE LEVELS SAFETY GENERAL LEGISLATION