In this chapter we begin a more detailed discussion of the behavior of radioactive aerosols in the atmospheric environment. We want to cover both the indoor and outdoor environments. How do radioactive aerosols get to indoor and outdoor airspaces? How are they transported from one place to the next? How are they removed? In this chapter we focus on sources of indoor and outdoor radioactive aerosols and then discuss indoor models. In the next chapter we will deal with tracer applications, outdoor models, and outdoor transport.
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- Radioactive Aerosols: Atmospheric Sources and Indoor Models
Stephen D. Schery
- Springer Netherlands
- Chapter 6
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