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Surface wave dispersion measurements from ambient seismic noise analysis in Italy

Analysis of three-component ambient vibration array measurements

Array measurements of S-wave velocities from ambient vibrations

Site effect evaluation in the basin of Santiago de Chile using ambient noise measurements

Processing seismic ambient noise data to obtain reliable broad-band surface wave dispersion measurements

Ambient dose and dose rate measurements in the vicinity of Elekta Precise accelerators for radiation therapy

Dynamic characteristics of an active coastal spreading area using ambient noise measurements—Anchor Bay, Malta

Measurement of Ambient Dose Equivalent Using a NaI(Tl) Scintillation Detector

Measurements and prediction of the ambient dose rate from patient receiving radioiodine administration after thyroid ablation

Shear wave velocity model of the Santiago de Chile basin derived from ambient noise measurements: a comparison of proxies for seismic site conditions and amplification

1-D and 2-D resonances in an Alpine valley identified from ambient noise measurements and 3-D modelling

Optimisation of a secondary standard chamber for the measurement of the ambient dose equivalent, H *(10), for low photon energies

Measurement of neutron ambient dose equivalent in carbon-ion radiotherapy with an active scanned delivery system

The use of a Monte Carlo method for uncertainty calculation, with an application to the measurement of neutron ambient dose equivalent rate

Shear-wave velocity profile and seismic input derived from ambient vibration array measurements: the case study of downtown L'Aquila

 

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A measure of the concentration of a particular substance or pollutant within the immediate vicinity of an organism, which can be related to the maximum amount of possible exposure.

Subjects: Environmental Science.


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