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The Resource The prediction of the radiological effects of atomic bombs from knowledge published prior to August 1945, written by Paul Langley

The prediction of the radiological effects of atomic bombs from knowledge published prior to August 1945, written by Paul Langley

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The prediction of the radiological effects of atomic bombs from knowledge published prior to August 1945
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The prediction of the radiological effects of atomic bombs from knowledge published prior to August 1945
Statement of responsibility
written by Paul Langley
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Language
eng
Summary
Tells the story of how the militatry used early medical knowledge in the process of protecting workers making the first atomic bombs, and argues it was used to predict the radiation effects of the bombs on healthy people caught in the fallout of the bombs (see Non Technical Preface); examines impacts on Aboriginal people in Australia; compares witness statements of the Black Mist with military and civilian observations of similar phenomena in the United States and the Pacific
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no index present
Literary form
non fiction
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  • Radioisotopes
  • Nuclear medicine
  • Radioactive fallout
Label
The prediction of the radiological effects of atomic bombs from knowledge published prior to August 1945, written by Paul Langley
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Publication
Note
Pdf eBook
Accompanying material
1 CD-ROM
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Contents
Vol. 1 The findings of nuclear medicine published prior to 1943. The integration of these findings into the Manhattan Project ; Vol. 2 The August-September 1945 surveys of Hiroshima conducted by Professor Shimizu et. al
Extent
139, 47 p
Isbn
9780646518237
Other physical details
ill., facsim, maps +
Label
The prediction of the radiological effects of atomic bombs from knowledge published prior to August 1945, written by Paul Langley
Publication
Note
Pdf eBook
Accompanying material
1 CD-ROM
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Contents
Vol. 1 The findings of nuclear medicine published prior to 1943. The integration of these findings into the Manhattan Project ; Vol. 2 The August-September 1945 surveys of Hiroshima conducted by Professor Shimizu et. al
Extent
139, 47 p
Isbn
9780646518237
Other physical details
ill., facsim, maps +

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