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A literature review on radioactivity transfer to plants and soil

, : A literature review on radioactivity transfer to plants and soil. Riso Report (R-450): 100

The transfer of radioactivity to plants and soil is reviewed. A general plant transfer model is presented. Root uptake, dry deposition, wet deposition, weathering, resuspension, and translocation are the transfer processes discussed. Theory and experimental data for evaluating the different pathways are reported.


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