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U.S. Transuranium and Uranium Registries Publications and Abstracts

2005 Publications


Ehrhart, S.M. USTUR Annual Report February 1, 2004 – June 30, 2005. USTUR-0200-05. Report

Ehrhart, S.M. and A.C. James. USTUR Registrant Newsletter. Issue 12. December 2005. USTUR-0207-05.

Elliston, J.T., S.E. Glover, and R.H. Filby. Comparison of Direct Kinetic Phosphorescence Analysis and Recovery Corrected Kinetic Phosphorescence Analysis for the Determination of Natural Uranium in Human Tissues. Journal of Radioanalytical and Nuclear Chemistry Vol. 263(2): 301-306; 2005. USTUR-0189-03. Abstract

Jacobson, B.S. Cataracts in Retired Actinide-Exposed Radiation Workers. Radiat Prot Dosim. Vol. 113(1);123-125. USTUR-0194-04. Abstract


April 2005

Miller, G., A. E. Riddell, R. Filipy, L. Bertelli, T. T. Little, and R. Guilmette. “Worldwide Bioassay Data Resources for Plutonium/Americium Internal Dosimetry Studies”, European Workshop on Individual Monitoring of Iionising Radiation (IM2005), Vienna, Austria, April 11-15, 2005. USTUR-0226-06A. Abstract

June 2005

Birchall, A., J. W. Marsh, K. Davis, N. S. Jarvis, A. D. Peach, M. Puncher, M-D Dorrian, and A. C. James. “Using IMBA Professional Plus to estimate intakes and doses”, 7th Society for Radiological Protection International Symposium in Cardiff, UK. June 12-17, 2005. USTUR-0215-06A.

July 2005

Invited – James, A.C. “Occupational Internal Dosimetry, Past, Present and Future: The Actinide Example”. Faculty Presentation at the Health Physics Society Summer School: “Operational Health Physics: Planning and Implementation”, Gonzaga University, Spokane, WA, July 5-8, 2005. USTUR-0203-05P. Slides

October 2005

Invited – James, A.C. “The National Radiobiology Archives”. Presentation at the Radiation Research Society’s ASTRO 2005 Meeting, Denver, CO. USTUR-0214-06P.

December 2005

James, A.C. “DOE’s U.S. Transuranium & Uranium Registries (USTUR): Studying Occupational Exposures to Plutonium from Beginning to End”. Special Presentation to DOE’s Office of Epidemiology and Health Surveillance, Germantown, MD, December 14th, 2005. USTUR-0211-06P. AbstractSlides