Evaluation of ambient dose equivalent rates influenced by vertical and horizontal distribution of radioactive cesium in soil in Fukushima Prefecture

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Malins, A.; 操上 広志; 中間 茂雄; 齋藤 龍郎; 奥村 雅彦; 町田 昌彦; 北村 哲浩;

The air dose rate in an environment contaminated with 134Cs and 137Cs depends on the amount, depth profile and horizontal distribution of these contaminants within the ground. This paper introduces and verifies a tool that models these variables and calculates ambient d... View more
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