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Regional variation of seasonal correction factors for indoor radon levels

Abstract:

Radon levels measured for any duration less than one year are subject to seasonal variation. Such radon measurements must therefore be adjusted using an appropriate seasonal correction factor in order to estimate an annual average radon level. Radon mapping has shown that radon concentrations vary between regions within a country but there has been little work examining regional variation in the seasonality of radon levels. This paper investigates this regional variation in indoor radon seaso...

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Journal:
RADIATION MEASUREMENTS
Volume:
46
Issue:
10
Pages:
1168-1172
Publication date:
2011-10-05
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ISSN:
1350-4487
URN:
uuid:fc95bc61-c9f5-4a77-ad9a-591cb473f044
Source identifiers:
186383
Local pid:
pubs:186383

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