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Radiation Protection Dosimetry


Title Abbreviation
Radiat Prot Dosimetry
ISSN
0144-8420
Electronic ISSN
1742-3406
Readership
Environmental Epidemiologists, Nuclear Medicine Physicians, Public Health Professionals, Radiation Oncologists, Radiologic Technicians, Radiologists
Scope
Radiation Protection Dosimetry covers all aspects of personal and environmental dosimetry and monitoring, for both ionising and non-ionising radiations. This includes biological aspects, physical concepts, biophysical dosimetry, external and internal personal dosimetry and monitoring, environmental and workplace monitoring, accident dosimetry, and dosimetry related to the protection of patients. Particular emphasis is placed on papers covering the fundamentals of dosimetry; units, radiation quantities and conversion factors. Papers covering archaeological dating are included only if the fundamental measurement method or technique, such as thermoluminescence, has direct application to personal dosimetry measurements. Papers covering the dosimetric aspects of radon or other naturally occurring radioactive materials and low level radiation are included. Animal experiments and ecological sample measurements are not included unless there is a significant relevant content reason.
Sponsoring Association(s)
No associations affiliated with this journal
Publisher Name
Oxford University Press
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