Biological implications of the nuclear age. Proceedings of a symposium held at Lawrence Radiation Laboratory, Livermore, California, March 5-7, 1969. Cochairmen: Bernard Shore [and] Frederick Hatch.

; Lawrence Radiation Laboratory. Bio-medical Division
[Oak Ridge, Tenn.] U.S. Atomic Energy Commission, Division of Technical Information; [available from Clearinghouse for Federal Scientific and Technical Information, Springfield, Va.] 1969.

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Other Authors Shore, Bernard, 1928-
Lawrence Radiation Laboratory. Bio-medical Division.
Subjects Radioactivity -- Physiological effect -- Congresses.
Radioactivity -- Physiological effect.
Radioactivity -- Safety measures -- Congresses.
Radioactivity -- Safety measures.
Radiobiology -- Congresses.
Series AEC symposium series ; 16.
Description ix, 341 pages illustrations 23 cm.
Copyright Date 1969.
Notes "CONF-690303."
"Sponsored by the Bio-Medical Division, Lawrence Radiation Laboratory, and U.S. Atomic Energy Commission."
Includes bibliographical references.
Contents Objectives of biomedical reserach in relation to atomic energy -- Planned applications of peaceful nuclear explosives -- Application of basic radiation protection criteria -- Estimation of the maximum dose to man from the contamination of an aquatic ecosystem with radionuclides -- Estimation of the maximum dose to man from the fallout of radionuclides on agricultural land -- United Kingdom studies on radioactive materials released in the marine environment -- Presence and persistence of radionuclides: possible countermeasures against harmful consequences of radionuclide contamination -- Persistence of radionuclides at sites of nuclear detonations -- Effects of radiation in man and animals: relations among radiation, viruses, and other environmental hazards: repair of radiation damage -- Some biological effects of radiation in relation to other environmental agents -- Factors affecting the radiation inducation of mutations in the mouse -- Late effects of external irradiations in animals and the prediction of low-dose effects -- Radiation repair mechanisms in mammalian cells -- Delayed radiation effects among Japanese survivors of the atomic bombs -- Radiation and virus interactions in leukemogenesis.
Genre Conference proceedings.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)65274
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