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January-March 2020 | Vol 43 | Issue  1     Table ofContents  RSS Feed 
 
Guest Editorial
Radiological safety and radiation emergency preparedness
Murali Seshadri
Introduction Radiation is broadly categorized into ionizing radiation and nonionizing radiation. Our area of interest is on ionizing radiation, its effects, and personnel and environ...
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Original Article
Measurement of natural radioactivity in soil dust samples along roadways in high commercial areas of the Ketu South district of the Volta Region, Ghana
Moses Ankamah Addo, Jonathan Sowatei Lomotey, Bernard Osei, Kwame Appiah
There are increasing awareness and concern about the radiological impact of dust from soils along the roadways on petty traders and commuters in major commercial areas of Ghana. Soils in such commer...
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Measurement of terrestrial gamma radiation dose rate and radioactivity levels in the southern hilly regions of Manipur, India
Moirangthem Joyshangkar, Sanasam Suranjit, S Nabadwip Singh, B Arunkumar Sharma, Ranjan Thounaojam Singh
The terrestrial gamma radiation levels and associated dose rates were estimated at 120 different sites with 12 soil samples in the southern hilly regions of Manipur, India, consisting of Churachandp...
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Original Article
Indoor222Rn exposure in selected schools and residential dwellings of Mandya, Karnataka
KN Narasimhamurthy, GV Ashok, N Nagaiah, NG Shiva Prasad, AN Prema
The people typically spend most of their time at home and schools and also it workplaces for teachers and administrators and service staff, who might spend even more time than children in school bui...
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  Radiation Protection and Environment
ISSN - Print: 0972-0464,
Online: 2250-0995

The IARP publication Radiation Protection and Environment (RPE) - has seen continuous growth over the last three decades under the editorial leaderships of well-known scientists working in the fields of radiation protection and environmental safety. All the manuscripts received for publication, are peer revived in two stages by the Editorial Board and by the experts in the respective fields.

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