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The Atomic Energy Act gives the federal commission the power to oversee all matters of radiological safety, the government argued, so the state cannot ban mining over its fear of radiation hazards.
The team specializes in chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear incidents.
But even Republicans in the state and on the Hill long complained that radiological leaks at the site could contaminate water supplies and that moving the material to the site could expose citizens to radiation should an accident occur.
Many papers have dealt with reconstruction of the radiation dose received during radiological accidents.
The land was home to barracks and not used for the radiological testing or other industrial uses that spread contaminants across other parts of the facility, according the Navy.
Russia’s Nebenzia said experts from Russia’s military radiological, biological, chemical unit went to Douma after the purported attack and found no chemical substances on the ground, no dead bodies, and no poisoned people in the hospitals.
Vassily Nebenzia says experts from Russia's military radiological, biological and chemical unit went to the site of Sunday's purported attack in Douma and found no chemical substances on the ground, no dead, and no poisoned people in hospitals.
Fortunately for Charlottesville, the university and the hospitals had sophisticated radiological monitoring equipment, and the training to use it.
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medical Definition of radiological
- radiological treatment
- radiological physics
- radiological hazards
radiologicallyplay \-i-k(ə-)lē\ adverb
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