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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2013AMS of the Minor Plutonium IsotopesSTEIER P.; HRNECEK Erich; PRILLER Alfred; QUINTO FRANCESCA; SRNCIK M.; WALLNER A.; WALLNER G.; WINKLER StephanArticles in Journals
2013Determination of 239Pu, 240Pu, 241Pu, and 242Pu at femtogram and attogram levels - evidence for the migration of fallout plutonium in an ombrotrophic peat bog profileQUINTO FRANCESCA; HRNECEK Erich; KRACHLER MICHAEL; SHOTYK W.; STEIER P.; WINKLER StephanArticles in Journals
2011Determination of U, Pu and Am isotopes in Irish Sea sediment by a combination of AMS and radiometric methodsSRNCIK Michaela; HRNECEK Erich; STEIER P.; WALLNER G.Articles in Journals
2013High-sensitivity isobar-free AMS measurements and reference materials for 55Fe, 68Ge and 202gPbWALLNER A.; BICHLER Max; BUCZAK K.; FINK D.; FORSTNER O.; GOLSER Robin; HOTCHKIS M.a.c.; KLIX A.; KRASA ANTONIN; KUTSCHERA Walter, et alArticles in Journals
2011Investigation of the 236U/238U Isotope Abundance Ratio in Uranium Ores and Yellow Cake SamplesSRNCIK M.; MAYER Klaus; HRNECEK Erich; WALLENIUS Maria; VARGA Zsolt; STEIER P.; WALLNER G.Articles in Journals
2013Measurements of 236U in Ancient and Modern Peat Samples and Implications for Postdepositional Migration of Fallout RadionuclidesQUINTO FRANCESCA; HRNECEK Erich; KRACHLER MICHAEL; SHOTYK W.; STEIER P.; WINKLER StephanArticles in Journals
2008Natural and Anthropogenic 236U in Environmental SamplesSTEIER P.; BICHLER Max; FIFIELD L. Keith; GOLSER Robin; KUTSCHERA Walter; PRILLER Alfred; QUINTO Francesca; RICHTER STEPHAN; SRNCIK M.; TERRASI Philippo, et alArticles in Journals
2008Vertical Distribution of 238Pu, 239(40)Pu, 241Am, 90Sr and 137Cs in Austrian Soil ProfilesSRNCIK M.; HRNECEK Erich; STEIER P.; WALLNER A.; WALLNER G.; BOSSEW PeterArticles in Journals
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