Actinides in the Environment and Their Uptake by Man

The preparation of this report was carried out in the summer of 1973 as a contribution to a study entitled "Public Health Implications of a Plutonium Energy Economy," sponsored by the Energy Policy Project of the Ford Foundation. While a final report was never published, it discusses consideration of cancer risks of actinides in the environment and their uptake by man.

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Suggested Citation Martell, Edward. (1975). Actinides in the Environment and Their Uptake by Man. UCAR/NCAR - Library. Accessed 02 December 2023.

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