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Radionuclides in the Study of Marine Processes

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Published by Springer .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Science/Mathematics,
  • Radioisotopes in oceanography,
  • Oceanography (Specific Aspects),
  • Science,
  • Biotechnology,
  • Earth Sciences - Oceanography,
  • Lakes & Ponds,
  • Science / Biotechnology,
  • Congresses

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsP.J. Kershaw (Editor), D.S. Woodhead (Editor)
    The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages394
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8971265M
    ISBN 101851667075
    ISBN 109781851667079

    The other division of the major study direction depends on whether the objective is to use the radionuclides as powerful tools to study oceanic processes, to describe and understand the ocean distribution of the various natural or artificial radionuclides or to assess the different radionuclides' impact on and pathways to man or marine. CHAPTER 5 RELEASES OF RADIONUCLIDES TO SURFACE WATER ABSTRACT The five production were the source of the majority of. reactors radionuclide releases to surface water from the Savannah River Site (SRS), primarily because most surface water releases came from the disassembly basins in the reactors areas. Releases of liquid. from the effluents.

    spatial resolution. Results of measurements of long-lived radionuclides (uranium, plutonium, and. Cs) in streambeds do not appear useful because samples do not represent the entire streambed and demonstrate no spatial trends because of the complex sediment deposition processes involved.   In addition, it is subject, in certain areas, to enhanced levels of natural radionuclides as a result of human activities. Due to changing inputs and practices, and to transport and transfer processes within the marine environment, levels of anthropogenic and natural radionuclides can vary significantly, both spatially and with time.

      Focus of this study. There are numerous studies measuring radionuclides in the water, soil, atmosphere, and biota as a result of the Fukushima NPP release. In this study, scientists onboard a US expedition (June ) collected seawater samples east of Japan from the surface down to : Victoria Treadaway. Radionuclides in the study of marine processes in the Arctic Sea Holm, Elis (English) In: Polarforskningssekretariatets årsbok / [ed] Grönlund, Eva red, Stockholm: Swedish Polar Research, ,, 70 - 71 p.


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The Norwich Symposium, 'Radionuclides in the Study of Marine Proces­ ses', is a sequel to the very successful conference held at Cherbourg, France in June The international character of the meeting has been maintained with thirty-eight contributions, from seventeen countries, being accepted for oral presentation.

Radionuclides in the study of marine processes. London ; New York: Elsevier Applied Science, © (OCoLC) Online version: Radionuclides in the study of marine processes.

London ; New York: Elsevier Applied Science, © (OCoLC) Material Type: Conference publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors. Get this from a library. Radionuclides in the Study of Radionuclides in the Study of Marine Processes book Processes.

[P J Kershaw; D S Woodhead] -- The Norwich Symposium, 'Radionuclides in the Study of Marine Proces­ ses', is a sequel to the very successful conference held at Cherbourg, France in June The international character of the.

The other division of the major study direction depends on whether the objective is to use the radionuclides as powerful tools to study oceanic processes, to describe and understand the ocean distribution of the various natural or artificial radionuclides or to assess the different radionuclides' impact on and pathways to man or marine organisms.

Hunt G.J. () Radionuclides in the Study of Marine Processes: Is there a Role for Regular Monitoring?. In: Kershaw P.J., Woodhead D.S. (eds) Radionuclides in the Study of Marine Processes. Springer, DordrechtAuthor: G.

Hunt. The Norwich Symposium, 'Radionuclides in the Study of Marine Proces ses', is a sequel to the very successful conference held at Cherbourg, France in June The international character of the meeting has been maintained with thirty-eight contributions, from seventeen countries, being accepted for oral : However, radionuclides as tags for chemical elements are a valuable tool for the study of bio- logical, chemical, and physical processes of the ocean, and, in this report, both the beneficial uses and the potentially harmful effects of radionuclides are considered.

Buy Radionuclides in the Study of Marine Processes, Oxfam, Kershaw, P J and Woodhead, D S (editors) Cookies on oxfam We use cookies to ensure. For radionuclides in the marine environment two basic mechanisms have definite influence in their concentration by marine species: adsorption (i.e., uptake from sea water by physical-chemical processes onto the organism's external surfaces) and absorption (i.e., uptake of radionuclides from ingested food through the gut wall into the internal Cited by: 9.

Environmental Radionuclides presents a state-of-the-art summary of knowledge on the use of radionuclides to study processes and systems in the continental part of the Earth's is conceived as a companion to the two volumes of this series, which deal with isotopes as tracers in the marine environment (Livingston, Marine Radioactivity) and with the radioecology of.

A radionuclide (radioactive nuclide, radioisotope or radioactive isotope) is an atom that has excess nuclear energy, making it unstable.

This excess energy can be used in one of three ways: emitted from the nucleus as gamma radiation; transferred to one of its electrons to release it as a conversion electron; or used to create and emit a new particle (alpha particle or beta particle).

Mediterranean Sea: Radionuclides. mainly related to the application of nuclear techniques to the study of oceanographic processes. the under study. parts. The first part, «Inventories, Behaviour and Processes», took place at Octeville-Cherbourg, France ( October ) and dealt with the same themes as the Cherbourg symposium (Radionuclides as a tool for oceanography) and the Norwich symposium (Radionuclides in the study of marine processes).File Size: KB.

Radioactivity in the Marine Environment INFLUENCE OF NONBIOLOGICAL FACTORS ON THE AVAILABILITY OF RADIONUCLIDES TO MARINE ORGANISMS Source of Radionuclides The availability of radionuclides to the marine biota de- pends largely upon their chemical and physical forms and the rates and modes of addition to the marine environment.

The first part, «Inventories, Behaviour and Processes», took place at Octeville?Cherbourg, France ( October ) and dealt with the same themes as the Cherbourg symposium (Radionuclides as a tool for oceanography) and the Norwich symposium (Radionuclides in the study of marine processes).

Environmental Radionuclides presents a state-of-the-art summary of knowledge on the use of radionuclides to study processes and systems in the continental part of the Earth’s is conceived as a companion to the two volumes of this series, which deal with isotopes as tracers in the marine environment (Livingston, Marine Radioactivity) and with the Price: $   Sorne of these issues have been addressed in the pro­ ceedings of a previous symposium on the use of radionuclides in the study of marine processes (Kershaw et al., ).

The aim of the present paper is to review and update the actuallevel of knowledge by putting emphasis on sorne prominent features associated with the three categories of. Radionuclides: Natural. The basic goal of this book is to exarnine the complex state of radioactivity in the environment, including its sources and.

The other division of the major study direction depends on whether the objective is to use the radionuclides as powerful tools to study oceanic processes, to describe and understand the ocean distribution of the various natural or artificial radionuclides or to assess the different radionuclides' impact on and pathways to man or marine : Hardcover.

Technological enhancement of natural radionuclides 81 general, 'cocktails' of U and Th series radionuclides are initially discharged and secondly that, because of the kinetics of series decay, no single nuclide input can be considered in by:.

Environmental Radionuclides presents a state-of-the-art summary of knowledge on the use of radionuclides to study processes and systems in the continental part of the Earth’s is conceived as a companion to the two volumes of this series, which deal with isotopes as tracers in the marine environment (Livingston, Marine Radioactivity) and with the radioecology of .The book presents a state of the art summary of knowledge on the use of radionuclides to study processes and systems in the continental part of the Earth's environment.

It is conceived as a companion to the two volumes of this series which deal with isotopes as tracers in the marine environment (Livingston "Marine Radioactivity") and with the.

Environmental Radionuclides presents a state-of-the-art summary of knowledge on the use of radionuclides to study processes and systems in the continental part of the Earth’s environment. It is conceived as a companion to the two volumes of this series, which deal with isotopes as tracers in the marine environment (Livingston, Marine Radioactivity) and with the Brand: Elsevier Science.