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Radioprotection
Volume 51, December 2016
Innovative integrated tools and platforms for radiological emergency preparedness and post-accident response in Europe. Key results of the PREPARE European research project
Page(s) S101 - S103
Section Enhancing of the existing decision support systems with capabilities of importance – Extension of DSSs modules regarding particles
DOI https://doi.org/10.1051/radiopro/2016041
Published online 23 December 2016
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