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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2009Effective and Ecological Half-lives of 137Cs in Cow's Milk in Alpine AgricultureLETTNER Herbert; HUBMER Alexander; BOSSEW PETER; STREBL Friederike; STEINHÄUSLER FriedrichArticles in Journals
2013The European Indoor Radon Map and BeyondGRUBER VALERIA; TOLLEFSEN Tore; BOSSEW Peter; DE CORT MarcArticles in Journals
2012The European map of indoor radon concentrations: status and questions of quality assuranceBOSSEW Peter; GRUBER VALERIA; TOLLEFSEN Tore; DE CORT MarcArticles in Journals
2013The European map of the geogenic radon potentialGRUBER VALERIA; BOSSEW Peter; DE CORT Marc; TOLLEFSEN ToreArticles in Journals
2013The European Radon Mapping ProjectBOSSEW Peter; TOLLEFSEN Tore; GRUBER Valeria; DE CORT MarcContributions to Conferences
2005Exploring European Thematic Maps for Radioecology ModellingTOLLEFSEN TORE; DUBOIS GREGOIRE; BOSSEW PETERContributions to Conferences
2010First Steps towards a European Atlas of Natural Radiation: Status of the European Indoor Radon MapDUBOIS Gregoire; BOSSEW Peter; TOLLEFSEN Tore; DE CORT MarcArticles in Journals
2006From Babel to the Round Table of Camelot: On Setting up a Common Language and Objective for European Radon Risk Mapping. Part I. Radon Risk Maps, Different Maps for Different PurposesDUBOIS GREGOIRE; BOSSEW PETERContributions to Conferences
2006From Babel to the Round Table of Camelot: On Setting up a Common Language and Objective for European Radon Risk Mapping. Part II. Harmonization and Standardization of Radon Data and MapsBOSSEW PETER; DUBOIS GREGOIREContributions to Conferences
2014Geographical distribution of the annual mean radon concentrations in primary schools of Southern Serbia e application of geostatistical methodsBOSSEW Peter; ZUNIC Zora S.; STOJANOVSKA Zdenka; TOLLEFSEN Tore; CARPENTIERI Carmen; VESELINOVIC Nenad C.; KOMATINA S; VAUPOTIC Janja; SIMOVIC R D; ANTIGNANI Sara, et alArticles in Journals
2008Geostatistical Challenges Encountered in Mapping Indoor Radon ConcentrationsBOSSEW PETER; DUBOIS GREGOIREContributions to Conferences
2007A Geostatistiscal Autopsy of the Austrian Indoor Radon Survey (1992-2002)DUBOIS GREGOIRE; BOSSEW PETER; FRIEDMANN HarryArticles in Journals
2010Handbook of Parameter Values for the Prediction of Radionuclide Transfer in Terrestrial and Freshwater EnvironmentsBOSSEW PeterArticles in Journals
2010The Indoor Radon Survey in Serbian Schools: Can it Reflect Also the General Population Exposure?ZUNIC Zora S.; BOSSEW Peter; VESELINOVIC Nenad C.; BOCHICCHIO Francesco; CARELLI Vincio; VAUPOTIC Janja; CUKNIC Olivera R.; SIMOVIC Rudoljub; VOJINOVIC Zoran; KISIC Dragica M., et alArticles in Journals
2008Investigations on Indoor Radon in Austria, part 2: Geological Classes as Categorical External Drift for Spatial Modelling of the Radon PotentialBOSSEW PETER; DUBOIS GREGOIRE; TOLLEFSEN TOREArticles in Journals
2007Mapping Terrestrial Gamma-dose Rate in Europe Based on Routine Monitoring DataSZEGVARY T.; CONEN F.; STÖHLKER U.; DUBOIS GREGOIRE; BOSSEW PETER; DE VRIES GERHARDArticles in Journals
2006A Note on 207Bi in Environmental SamplesBOSSEW PETER; LETTNER Herbert; HUBMER AlexanderArticles in Journals
2012Radioactivity from Fukushima Dai-ichi in air over Europe; part 2: What can it tell us about the accident ?BOSSEW Peter; KIRCHNER Gerald; DE CORT MarcArticles in Journals
2011Radioactivity from Fukushima in air over Europe (1): Spatio-temporal analysisBOSSEW Peter; KIRCHNER Gerald; DE CORT Marc; DE VRIES GERHARD; NISHEV Aleksey; DE FELICE LucaArticles in Journals
2006The Radon "Noise" and its Geostatistical Implications: Risk Mapping or Mapping at Risk?DUBOIS GREGOIRE; BOSSEW PETERContributions to Conferences
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