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Johanna-Iisebel Järvelill, Rein Koch, Anto Raukas and Tiit Vaasma

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Agnieszka Dołhańczuk-Śródka, Łukasz Wróbel, Andrzej Kłos and Maria Wacławek

References [1] Al-Hamarneh IF, Awadallah MI. Soil radioactivity levels and radiation hazard assessment in the highlands of northern Jordan. Radiat Measurm. 2009;44:102-110. DOI: 10.1016/j.radmeas.2008.11.005. [2] Baykara O, Doğru M. Determination of terrestrial gamma, 238U, 232Th and 40K in soil along fracture zones. Radiat Measurm. 2009;44:116-121. DOI:10.1016/j.radmeas.2008.10.001. [3] Belivermis M, Kılıç Ö, Çotuk Y, Topcuoğlu S. The effects of physicochemical properties on gamma emitting natural

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Omorotionmwan Omokheyeke, Francis Sikoki, Abdelmourhit Laissaoui, David Akpuluma, Peter Onyagbodor, Azzouz Benkdad and Moncef Benmansour

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Goran Manić, Vesna Manić, Dragoslav Nikezić and Dragana Krstić

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Chau Nguyen, Magdalena Czechowska, Jakub Nowak and Paweł Jodłowski

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Luciana M Sanders, Kathryn H Taffs, Debra Stokes, Alex Enrich-Prast and Christian J Sanders

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Vladimir Udovičić, Dimitrije Maletić, Maja Eremić Savković, Gordana Pantelić, Predrag Ujić, Igor Čeliković, Sofija Forkapić, Dragoslav Nikezić, Vladimir M. Marković, Vesna Arsić and Jovana Ilić

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Reza Sohbati, Andrew Murray, Mayank Jain, Jan-Pieter Buylaert and Kristina Thomsen

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Jelena Katić, Aleksandra Fučić and Marija Gamulin

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Caroline W. Maina, Joseph K. Sang, Benedict M. Mutua and James M. Raude

Ra ranged between 193–484 Bq/kg. In addition, 238 U, 232 Th and 40 K were analysed, the results showed a range between 383–812 Bq/kg, 370–819 Bq/kg and 300–9800 Bq/kg for each of the radionuclides, respectively. The elevated 238 U, 232 Th and 40 K in the region, could be attributed to the presence of cement factories along the banks of the estuary. They reported that cement has high background values of the three nuclides which are associated with limestone, shale, clay, gypsum and other cement raw materials. They reported that the concentration of 238 U