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DOE views seriously any event in which workers received unplanned radiological uptakes.
Radium: A radiological contaminant that leaches from minerals.
Radiological contaminants*, including Uranium and Radium-226, leach into water from certain minerals and from mining.
Also found were naturally occurring radiological contaminants Radium-226 and Radium-228.
According to testimony submitted to a June 2014 Senate homeland security committee hearing, in 2001 Customs and Border Patrol had none of the big scanners - known as radiation portal monitors - that spot radiological hazards.
Anti-terrorism units, called maritime safety and security teams, carry out port-safety patrols and are trained to operate after an attack by chemical, biological or radiological means.
Antiterrorism units, called maritime safety and security teams, carry out port safety patrols and are trained to operate after an attack by chemical, biological or radiological means.
J.J. Sarah Leffel is a chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear specialist — the military equivalent to someone working in hazardous materials.
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medical Definition of radiological
- radiological treatment
- radiological physics
- radiological hazards
radiologicallyplay \-i-k(ə-)lē\ adverb
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