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Comparative study of Dutch and German emergency-management models for near border nuclear accidents.

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Can the confidence in long range atmospheric transport models be increased? The pan-european experience of ensemble.

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Urban meteorological modelling for nuclear emergency preparedness.

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Probabilistic risk assessment for long-range atmospheric transport of radionuclides.

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Protecting people against radiation exposure in the event of a radiological attack. A report of The International Commission on Radiological Protection.

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ECOSYS-87: a dynamic model for assessing radiological consequences of nuclear accidents.

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Environmental distribution and long-term dispersion of reactor 14CO2 around two German nuclear power plants.

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The Danish emergency response model of the atmosphere (DERMA).

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A model for radiological consequences of nuclear power plant operational atmospheric releases.

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Dry deposition of 88Rb and 138Cs from a boiling water reactor plume.

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Determination of the source rate released into the environment from a nuclear power plant.

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Analysis of a Kalman filter based method for on-line estimation of atmospheric dispersion parameters using radiation monitoring data.

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Forecasting the consequences of accidental releases of radionuclides in the atmosphere from ensemble dispersion modelling.

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