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nr titel auteur datum
2.34.8.11/01About fallout from ChernobylJ.Gofman mei 1991
2.34.8.11/36After Chernobyl: Psychological factors Affecting health after a nuclear disasterJ.M.Havenaar april 1996
2.34.8.11/23Biological dosimetry for persons irradiated by the Chernobyl accidentD.C.Lloyd 1996
2.34.8.11/26Chernobyl ten years on. Radiological and health impactNEA november 1995
2.34.8.11/33 Chernobyl: 20 years on. Health Effects of the Chernobyl accidentECRR, C.Busby, Yablokov 2006
2.34.8.11/05Chernobyl: environmental, health and human rights implications. (verkorte uitgave in engels en russies)Permanent Peoples Tribunal april 1996
2.34.8.11/04Chernobyl: environmental, health and human rights implications. Expert Witness PapersPermanent Peoples Tribunal april 1996
2.34.8.11/22Children of ChernobylA.Roche 1996
2.34.8.11/18Development of optimal treatment and preventive measures for radiation-induced childhood thyroid cancer. EUR 16536 ENEuropean Commission 1996
2.34.8.11/17Diagnosis and treatment of patients with acute radiation syndromes. EUR 16535 EN 1996
2.34.8.11/19Epidemiological investigations including dose assessment and dose reconstruction. EUR 16537 ENEuropean Commission 1996
2.34.8.11/27Health consequences of the Chernobyl accidentWHO 1995
2.34.8.11/29Health of Liquidators (Clean-up Workers), 20 Years after the Chernobyl Explosion - AbstractsPSR, IPPNW, M.Fernex november 2005
2.34.8.11/24Meßprogramm der BDR. Ergebnisse der Ganzkörpermessungen in Rußland, Weißrußland und der Ukraine in der Zeit vom 13. Mai bis 6. Oktober 1992P.Hill, R.Hille maart 1995
2.34.8.11/25Meßprogramm der BDR. Ergebnisse der Ganzkörpermessungen in Rußland, Weißrußland und der Ukraine in der Zeit vom 17. Mai bis 15. September 1993 und vom 8. Oktober bis zum 1.November 1993P.Hill, R.Hille maart 1995
2.34.8.11/20Molecular, cellular, biological characterization of childhood thyroid cancer. EUR 16538 ENEuropean Commission 1996
2.34.8.11/03Niets te zien? Tsjernobyl, de medische gevolgenNVMP, KNMG april 1991
2.34.8.11/35 Non cancer illnesses and conditions in areas of Belarus contaminated by radioactivity from the Chernobyl accidentYuri Bandazhevski maart 2009
2.34.8.11/14Psychosocial dimensions of the Chernobyl accidentWHO
2.34.8.11/34 Reduced Abundance of insects and spiders linked to radiation at Chernobyl 20 years after the accidentMoeller, Mousseau maart 2009
2.34.8.11/15Report on assessment mission to the areas affected by the Chernobyl disasterRed Cross februari 1990
2.34.8.11/09Research activities about the Radiological Consequences of the Chernobyl NPS Accident and Social Activities to Assist the Sufferers by the AccidentT.Imanaka, Kyoto University maart 1998
2.34.8.11/21Retrospective dosimetry and dose reconstruction. EUR 16540 ENEuropean Commission 1996
2.34.8.11/12Summary report. Working Group on Psychol. Effects of Nuclear AccidentsWHO juni 1990
2.34.8.11/08The accident at the Chernobyl' nuclear power plant and its consequencesUSSR state committee augustus 1986
2.34.8.11/32 The Chernobyl Catastrophe. Consequences on Human HealthGreenpeace Int. april 2006
2.34.8.11/10The Human Consequences of the Chernobyl Nuclear AccidentUNDP, UNICEF, UN-OCHA, WHO
2.34.8.11/28 The Human Consequences of the Chernobyl Nuclear Accident. A Strategy for RecoveryGray, .Baverstock oktober 2001
2.34.8.11/02The international Chernobyl projectIAEA augustus 1991
2.34.8.11/16The International Chernobyl Project. Broadsheet summaryIAEA 1992