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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2005Characterization of a Radioactively Contaminated Marine Sediment Core by Radiometric and Mass Spectrometric Techniques.PERNA L.; JERNSTROEM J.; ALDAVE DE LA HERAS Laura; HRNECEK Erich; DE PABLO J.; BETTI MariaArticles in Journals
2008Environmental Radioactive Particles - a New Challenge for Modern Analytical Instrumental Techniques in Support to RadioecologyBETTI MARIA; ERIKSSON M.; JERNSTROEM J.; TAMBORINI GABRIELEArticles in books
2009Frequency Distribution, Isotopic Composition and Physical Characterization of Plutonium-Bearing Particles from the Fig-Quince Zone on Runit Island, Enewetak AtollHAMILTON T. F.; JERNSTROEM J.; MARTINELLI R.e.; KEHL S.r.; ERIKSSON M.; WILLIAMS R.; BIELEWSKI Marek; RIVERS A; BROWN T.a.; TUMEY S.j., et alContributions to Conferences
2007On-line separation of Pu(III) and Am(III) Using Extraction and Ion ChromatographyJERNSTROEM J.; LEHTO J.; BETTI MARIAArticles in Journals
2003Sample Clean-up by On-line Chromatography for the Determination of Am in Sediments and Soils by Alpha-Spectrometry.PERNA L.; JERNSTROEM J.; ALDAVE DE LAS HERAS L.; DE PABLO J.; BETTI MariaArticles in Journals
2005Source Term Identification of Environmental Radioactive Pu/U Particles by their Characterisation with Non-Destructive Analytical Techniques.ERIKSSON Matts; OSAN J.; JERNSTROEM J.; WEGRZYNEK D.; SIMON R.; CHINEA-CANO E.; MARKOWICZ Andrej; BAMFORD S.; TAMBORINI Gabriella; TOEROEK S., et alArticles in Journals
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