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Nuclear Test Explosions: Environmental and Human Impacts

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By: Frederick Warner and RJ Kirchmann
328 pages, 70 illus
Nuclear Test Explosions: Environmental and Human Impacts
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  • Nuclear Test Explosions: Environmental and Human Impacts ISBN: 9780471978480 Hardback Dec 1999 Out of Print #94408
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Summarises the findings of the international collaborative SCOPE-RADTEST project, which has examined transport, deposition and human health effects of radioactive fallout arising from world-wide nuclear test explosions.

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Out of Print
By: Frederick Warner and RJ Kirchmann
328 pages, 70 illus
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