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- Nibart, Maxime, et al. Show all 10 Authors
- Atmospheric environment 2019 v.199 pp. 143-154
- air; atmospheric chemistry; bioactive properties; biological hazards; field experimentation; hazard characterization; models; radionuclides; tissues
- ... The three-dimensional (3D) distribution of radiological dose rate is important for assessing the biological hazard of atmospheric radionuclides in the environment. Because of the complexity of such scenarios, existing methods only estimate one- or two-dimensional dose rates, and trade accuracy and generality for acceptable speed. The lack of efficient 3D estimation methods prevents the 3D biologic ...