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2006Characterisation and Source Term Assessment of Radioactive Particles from Marshall Islands Using Non-destructive Analytical TechniquesJERNSTROEM Jussi; ERIKSSON Mats; SIMON R.; TAMBORINI GABRIELE; BILDSTEIN Olivier; CARLOS MARQUEZ RAMON; KEHL S.r.; HAMILTON T.f.; RANEBO Ylva; BETTI MARIAArticles in Journals
2005Characterization of a Radioactively Contaminated Marine Sediment Core by Radiometric and Mass Spectrometric TechniquesPERNA LORENZO; JERNSTROEM Jussi; ALDAVE DE LAS HERAS LAURA; HRNECEK ERICH; DE PABLO J.; BETTI MARIAArticles in Journals
2006Development of Analytical Techniques for Studies on Dispersion of Actinides in the Environment and Characterization of Environmental Radioactive ParticlesJERNSTROEM JussiPhD Theses
2004Non-Destructive Characterization of Low Radioactive Particles from Irish Sea Sediment by Micro X-Ray Synchrotron Radiation Techniques: Micro X-Ray Fluorescence ( µ-XRF) and Micro X-Ray Absorption near Edge Structure ( µ-XANES) Spectroscopy.JERNSTROEM Jussi; ERIKSSON Matts; OSAN J.; TAMBORINI Gabriella; TOEROEK S.; SIMON R.; FALKENBERG G.; ALSECZ A.; BETTI MariaArticles in Journals
2005Source Term Identification of Environmental Radioactive Pu/U Particles by their Characterisation with Non-Destructive Analytical TechniquesERIKSSON Mats; OSAN Janos; JERNSTROEM Jussi; WEGRZYNEK D.; SIMON R.; CHINEA-CANO E.; MARKOWICZ A.; BAMFORD S.; TAMBORINI GABRIELE; TOEROEK S., et alArticles in Journals
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