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|Title:||The Indoor Radon Survey in Serbian Schools: Can it Reflect Also the General Population Exposure?|
|Authors:||ZUNIC Zora S.; BOSSEW Peter; VESELINOVIC Nenad C.; BOCHICCHIO Francesco; CARELLI Vincio; VAUPOTIC Janja; CUKNIC Olivera R.; SIMOVIC Rudoljub; VOJINOVIC Zoran; KISIC Dragica M.; TOLLEFSEN Tore|
|Citation:||NUKLEONIKA vol. 55 no. 4 p. 419-427|
|Publisher:||INST NUCLEAR CHEMISTRY TECHNOLOGY|
|Type:||Articles in periodicals and books|
|Abstract:||A systematic indoor radon survey in elementary schools of Serbia is underway since 2008. Its current first phase covers all elementary schools in predominantly rural communities of Southern Serbia. The design of the survey, its implementation and the current state of its realization is shortly described. Part of this paper is devoted to discussion of the question if this survey could produce results representative also of the radon concentration in dwellings and of radon exposure of the general population, discussing some statistical aspects of representativity which arose during the work, namely, if the implementation leads to an unbiased estimate of the targeted quantities. Key words: indoor radon ¿ survey ¿ school ¿ Serbia|
|JRC Institute:||Energy, Transport and Climate|
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