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Natural Radioactivity in Clay and Building Materials Used in Latvia

, C. (2012). Natural radioactivity in building materials in the European Union: a database, and an estimate of radiological significance. Journal of Environmental Radioactivity 105, 11-20. 8. Lust, M., Realo, E. (2012). Assessment of natural radiation exposure from building materials in Estonia. Proceedings of the Estonian Academy of Sciences 61(2), 107-112. 9. Peciuliene, M., Jasaitis, D., Girgzdys, A. (2006). Natural radionuclides in the soil of the Vilnius city and assessment of their hazard. Geologia 55, 9-14. 10

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Preliminary studies on the spatial distribution of artificial 137Cs and natural gamma radionuclides in the region of the Ojców National Park, Poland

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Natural Radionuclides in the Building Materials From the Region of The Small Carpathians

-50. PHELIPE, P. Radon. International Radon Project. World Health Organisation, 2007. 428 p. PLAŠIENKA, D., MICHALÍK, J., KOVÁČ, M., GROSS, P., PUTIŠ, M. Paleotectonic evolution of the Malé Karpaty Mts. Geologica Carpathica 42, 4, 1991, pp. 195-208. POLANSKI, A., SMULIKOWSKI, K. Geochámia. Bratislava: SPN, 1978, pp. 496-497. RAMLI, A. T., HUSSEIN, A. W. M. A., WOOD, A. K. Environmental 238 U and 232 Th concentration measurements in an area of high level natural background radiation at Palong

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Natural radionuclide uptake by mosses in eastern Serbia in 2008-2013 / Prirodni radionuklidi u mahovinama iz istočne Srbije u razdoblju 2008.-2013

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The results of the study on natural radionuclide content in 102 samples of the moss species randomly collected in 2008- 2013 at 30 locations of eastern Serbia are presented in the paper. The activity concentration values of 238U, 226Ra, 232Th, 40K, and 7Be determined by gamma spectrometry were within the intervals: 238U (1.1−50) Bq kg-1, 226Ra (1.1−41) Bq kg-1, 232Th (1.4−28) Bq kg-1, 40K (64−484) Bq kg-1 and 7Be (88−227) Bq kg-1, not standing out of the average data reported for this region. The distribution of the obtained data for 226Ra, 232Th, and 238U activity concentration in the analysed mosses has shown values up to 10 Bq kg-1 with frequencies 47.1 %, 54.9 % and 48.0 %, respectively. The obtained activity concentration values of primordial 40K and cosmogenic radionuclide 7Be were up to 500 Bq kg-1 and about 90 % of all the results for 7Be uptake by mosses were in the 200-250 Bq kg-1 concentration range.

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Review of international normatives for natural radioactivity determination in building materials

Israeli. (2007). SI 5098, Content of natural radioactive elements in building products. Tel-Aviv, Israel. 11. Vietnam National Radiation and Nuclear Safety. (1999). Decree No. 50. 12. National Standard of the People’s Republic of China. (2001). GB 6566, Limits of radionuclides in building materials. 13. Kovler, K. (2008). Radiological constraints of using building materials and industrial by-products in construction. Constr. Build. Mater., 23, 253-264. DOI: 10.1016/j.conbuildmat. 14. ISO. (2007). Standard

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Levels of natural radioactivity in mineral and thermal waters of Bosnia and Herzegovina

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The natural radioactivity of the Carpathian national parks and radon evaluation

References 1. Hrabovskyy, V., Dzendzelyuk, O., Katerynchuk, I., & Furgala, Yu. (2004). Monitoring of radionuclides contamination of soils in Shatsk National Natural Park (Volyn region, Ukraine) during 1994–2001. J. Environ. Radioact. , 72 (1), 25–33. Hrabovskyy V. Dzendzelyuk O. Katerynchuk I. Furgala Yu. 2004 Monitoring of radionuclides contamination of soils in Shatsk National Natural Park (Volyn region, Ukraine) during 1994–2001 J. Environ. Radioact. 72 1 25 33 2. Kubica, B., Mietelski, J. W., Gołaś, J., Skiba, S

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Monitoring of 137CS and 40K in the Levice District, Southern Slovakia

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Suitability of rocks and sediments from Brzeszcze and Silesia coal mines as building materials in terms of radiological hazard

promieniowania gamma prób środowiskowych; nuklidy promieniotwórcze w środowisku przyrodniczym Gorców . Unpublished Ph.D. Thesis, AGH University of Science and Technology, Kraków. 8. Council of Ministers. (2007, January). Regulation of the Council of Ministers of 2 January 2007 on the requirements for the content of natural radionuclides potassium 40 K, radium 226 Ra and thorium 228 Th in row materials used in residence intended for human and livestock and also industrial waste used in construction and control of the content of these isotopes. Dz.U ., 2007 , no. 4

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Environmental radioactivity in southern Serbia at locations where depleted uranium was used

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