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Radionuclides: a tool for oceanography. Proceedings of an international symposium, Cherbourg, 1-5 June 1987

By: Guary, J.C.
Contributor(s): Guegueniat, P | Pentreath, R.J., (editors).
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Elsevier Applied Science 1988Description: xxii,461p.Subject(s): Book | Chemical pollution | Chemistry | Marine and estuarine pollution | Oceanography | Oceanography: general | Radioactivity | SYMPOSIUMSummary: The proceedings of a symposium held in Cherbourg, France, 1-5 June 1987. Forty papers discuss the origin and applications of radionuclides in the marine environment; the study of large scale oceanographic processes; naturally occurring radionuclides as tracers; naturally occurring radionuclides in sediments and overlying waters; Chernolbyl fallout as an oceanographic tracer; the use of artificial radionuclides in the study of water movements and sedimentary processes, and the development and applications of models.
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The proceedings of a symposium held in Cherbourg, France, 1-5 June 1987. Forty papers discuss the origin and applications of radionuclides in the marine environment; the study of large scale oceanographic processes; naturally occurring radionuclides as tracers; naturally occurring radionuclides in sediments and overlying waters; Chernolbyl fallout as an oceanographic tracer; the use of artificial radionuclides in the study of water movements and sedimentary processes, and the development and applications of models.

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