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Outdoor radon concentration in China

323 327 (in Chinese) 3. The Writing Group of the Summary Report on Nationwide Survey of Environmental Radioactivity Level in China. (1992). Survey of concentrations of radon and α potential energy of radon daughter products in air in some regions of China (1983–1990). Radiat. Prot. , 12 (2), 164–171 (in Chinese). The Writing Group of the Summary Report on Nationwide Survey of Environmental Radioactivity Level in China 1992 Survey of concentrations of radon and α potential energy of radon daughter products in air in some regions of China

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First steps towards national radon action plan in Serbia

References 1. Darby, S., Hill, D., Auvinen, A., Barros-Dios, J. M., Baysson, H., Bochicchio, F., Deo, H., Falk, R., Forastiere, F., Hakama, M., Heid, I., Kreienbrock, L., Kreuzer, M., Lagarde, F., Mäkeläinen, I., Muirhead, C., Oberaigner, W., Pershagen, G., Ruano-Ravina, A., Ruosteenoja, E., Schaffrath Rosario, A., Tirmarche, M., Tomáscaronek, L., Whitley, E., Wichmann, H.-E., & Doll, R. (2005). Radon in homes and risk of lung cancer: collaborative analysis of individual data from 13 European case-control studies. Brit. Med. J. , 330 , 223

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The use of multivariate analysis of the radon variability in the underground laboratory and indoor environment

References 1. Maletić, D., Udovičić, V., Banjanac, R., Joković, D., Dragić, A., Veselinović, N., & Filipović, J. (2014). Comparison of multivariate classification and regression methods for indoor radon measurements. Nucl. Technol. Radiat. Prot. , 29 , 17–23. Maletić D. Udovičić V. Banjanac R. Joković D. Dragić A. Veselinović N. Filipović J. 2014 Comparison of multivariate classification and regression methods for indoor radon measurements Nucl. Technol. Radiat. Prot. 29 17 23 2. Hoecker, A., Speckmayer, P., Stelzer

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The Effect of Temperature Gradients on the Exhalation Rate of Radon Generated by Building Materials

References [1] Chen J., Rahman N. M., Abu Atiya I.: Radon exhalation from building materials for decorative use . Journal of Environmental Radioactivity 101/4. (2010) 17–22. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jenvrad.2010.01.005 [2] Apostu A.: Radon transport through building materials . PhD Thesis, Babeș–Bolyai Bolyai University, Cluj-Napoca, Romania, 2011. [3] Font Guiteras L.: Radon generation, entry and accumulation indoors . PhD Thesis, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, Spain, 1997.

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Radon emission rate and analysis of its influencing parameters

, I., Hunter, N., Kreienbrock, L., Kreuzer, M., Lagarde, F., Mäkeläinen, I., Muirhead, C., Oberaigner, W., Pershagen, G., Ruosteenoja, E., Schaffrath Rosario, A., Tirmarche, M., Tomášek, L., Whitley, E., Wichmann, H.-E., & Doll, R. (2006). Residential radon and lung cancer-detailed results of a collaborative analysis of individual data on 7148 persons with lung cancer and 14 208 persons without lung cancer from 13 epidemiologic studies in Europe. Scand. J. Work Environ. Health , 32 (Suppl. 1), 1–84. Darby S. Hill D. Deo H. Auvinen A. Barros-Dios J. M

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Radon permeability of insulating building materials

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Preliminary results of radon survey in thermal spas in V4 countries

References 1. Lučivjanský, L., & Ďurecová, A. (2000). Natural radioactivity of mineral waters in Slovakia. In II. Conference on Radioactivity in the Environment, 17–18 May 2000 (pp. 82–86). Spišská Nová Ves, Slovak Republic: Uranpress Ltd. (in Slovak). Lučivjanský L. Ďurecová A. 2000 Natural radioactivity of mineral waters in Slovakia II. Conference on Radioactivity in the Environment 17–18 May 2000 82 86 Spišská Nová Ves, Slovak Republic Uranpress Ltd. (in Slovak) 2. Koteles, Gy. J. (2007). Radon risk in spas? Cent. Eur

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Lung cancer mortality and radon exposure in Russia

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Intercomparison of Radon in Soil Instruments at Reference Site in Czech Republic

References [1] M. Neznal, The new method for assessing the radon risk of radon sites. Czech Geol. Survey, Special Papers, 47, CGS (2004) Prague. [2] B. Papp, A. Szakacs, T. Neda, Sz. Papp, C. Cosma, Geofluids 10 (2010) 586.

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Radon in the dry carbon dioxide spa of Mátraderecske, Hungary

References 1. Szabó, Á. (2005). Radioaktív ásványvizek és mofettagázok. Cluj-Napoca: Stúdium Könyvkiadó. Szabó Á. 2005 Radioaktív ásványvizek és mofettagázok Cluj-Napoca Stúdium Könyvkiadó 2. Vásárhelyi, A., Hunyadi, I., Csige, I., Hakl, J., Hertelendi, E., Borossay, J., & Torkos, K. (1997). Radon enriched deep earth-gas upflow in a seismically active inhabited area. In H. S. Virk (Ed.), Rare gas geochemistry applications in earth & environmental sciences (pp. 211–233). Amritsar: Guru Nanak Dev University. Vásárhelyi A

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