New publication from WP2

written by Nadja Železnik
16. May 2023
Categories: Papers

To complement a recently published article by Michalik et al. on the systematic identification of NORM, Popic et al. have published a new article titled “Tools for harmonized data collection at exposure situations with naturally occurring radioactive materials” in the framework of WP2 in RadoNorm. The paper in Environment International presents tool that have been designed to identify and characterise the main concerns of NORM exposure in given situations to develop better risk assessment for workers and the public in such scenarios. Both open access papers can also be found on the RadoNorm website.

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