As a result of contamination by radionuclides released during nuclear weapons testing by the United States during the 1940s and 1950s, the residents of Rongelap Atoll were evacuated from the Marshall Islands.
This book provides an assessment of issues surrounding their resettlement and an evaluation of radiological conditions on certain Marshall Islands, particularly Rongelap Atoll.
Table of Contents
|2. ENVIRONMENTAL SAMPLING AND ANALYSIS||21-40|
|3. DIETARY MODELS||41-52|
|4. MEASUREMENTS ON HUMANS||53-62|
|5. DOSIMETRY AND ITS APPLICATION||63-74|
|6. UNCERTAINTY AND VARIABILITY IN DOSE PROJECTION||75-80|
|7. DOSE LIMITS AND THEIR APPLICATIONS||81-82|
|8. RECOMMENDATIONS FOR REMEDIAL ACTION||83-84|
|9. RECOMMENDATIONS FOR POST-RESETTLEMENT MONITORING||85-88|
|SUPPLEMENTARY: MARSHALLESE TRANSLATION OF EXECUTIVE SUMMARY||109-114|
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