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Analysis of the relationship binding in situ gamma count rates and soil sample activities: Implication on radionuclide inventory and uncertainty estimates due to spatial variability

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Nguyen Huong Liên, Rodolfo Gurriaran, Sviatoslav Levchuk, Christelle Courbet, Valery Kashparov, et al.. Analysis of the relationship binding in situ gamma count rates and soil sample activities: Implication on radionuclide inventory and uncertainty estimates due to spatial variability. Journal of Environmental Radioactivity, 2017. ⟨hal-01874977⟩
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