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United States Transuranium & Uranium Registries

Publications of the USTUR

October 1, 1995 - September 30, 1996

 

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Published

Bao, S., P. W. Harwood, B. H. Wood, and A. L. Brooks. Induction of Micronuclei as a Model for Radiation Sensitivity of Respiratory Tract Cells Exposed to 60Co Gamma Rays. In: Proceedings From the Fourty-Fourth Annual Meeting of the Radiation Research Society, Chicago, Illinois, April 14-17, 1996. Oak Brook: Radiation Research Society.126; 1996. USTUR-0044-95A

Brodsky, A., R.L. Kathren, and C.A. Willis History of the Medical Uses of Radiation: Regulatory and Voluntary Standards of Protection. Health Phys. 69(5):783-824. 1995.  USTUR-0019-95

Brooks, A.L., S. Bao, P.W. Harwood, K.M. Groch, W.B. Chrisler, and M.A. Kahn. Distribution of Radon Induced Micronuclei in Respiratory Tract Cells. In: Proceedings From the Fourty-Fourth Annual Meeting of the Radiation Research Society, Chicago, Illinois, April 14-17, 1996. 126; 1996. USTUR-0058-96A

Dagle, G.E., and A.P. Wehner. Asbestosis. In: Jones, T.C.; Dungworth, D.L.; Mohr, U.; eds. Respiratory Sstem. Berlin: Springer-Verlag; 282-285; 1996. USTUR-0050-95

Dagle, G.E., and A.P. Wehner. Fly Ash Pneumoconiosis. In: Jones, T.C.; Dungworth, D.L.; Mohr, U.; eds. Respiratory Sstem. Berlin: Springer-Verlag; 278-281; 1996. USTUR-0051-95

Dagle, G.E., R.E. Weller, R.E. Filipy, C.R. Watson and R.L. Buschbom. The Distribution and Effects of Inhaled 239Pu(NO3)4 Deposted in the Liver of Dogs.Health Phys. 71(2):198-205; 1996. USTUR-0024-95

R.H. Filby, S.E. Glover, D.B. Stuit, V.T. Norton, H. Qu, C.A. Grimm, C.L. Love, J.E. Norton, C.A. Moody, M. Billings, and R.L. Kathren. The Status and Current Research Projects of the Radiochemical Division of United States Transuranium and Uranium Registries Program. USTUR-0084-97

Filipy, R.E. Estimation of Actinide Element Skeletal Content in Humans on the Basis of Limited Number of Samples Collected at Autopsy. In: Chronic Radiation Exposure: Risk of Late Effects. First International Symposium Proceedings, Chelyabinsk, Russia. January 9-13, 1995.  USTUR-0037-95

Filipy, R.E., and R.L. Kathren. Changes in Soft Tissue Concentrations of Plutonium and Americium With Time After Human Occupational Exposure. Health Phys. 70(2):153-159; 1996.  USTUR-0016-94

Filipy, R.E., and V.F. Khokhryakov. Second Progress Report on Project 2.1: Metabolism and Dosimetry of Plutonium Industrial Compounds. USTUR-0053-96

Filipy, R.E., V.F. Khokhryakov, K.G. Suslova, S.A. Romanov, and R.L. Kathren. Comparison of Biokinetic Models for Actinide Elements With Observed Tissue Analysis Data From Humans of Two Countries. Health Phys. 70(6):S82; 1996. USTUR-0048-95A

Gilbert, E.S., F.T. Cross, and G.E. Dagle. Analysis of Lung Tumor Risks in Rats Exposed to Radon. Rad. Research. 145:350-360; 1996. USTUR-0052-95

Hofer, K.G., X. Lin, and S. Bao. DNA Damage, Micronucleus Formation, and Cell Death From 125I Decays in DNA. Acta Oncologica. 35:825-832; 1996. USTUR-102-98

James, A.C. and A. Birchall. New ICRP Lung Dosimetry and its Risk Implications for Alpha Emitters. Rad. Prot. 60(4):326-332; 1995. USTUR-0032-95

Kathren, R.L. Primeval X-ray Protection: X-rays and X-ray Protection Before There Were State Regulators: The First Fifty Years of X-Ray Protection. In: Proceedings of the 1995 Annual Metting of the Conference of Radiation Control Program Directors, San Antonio, Texas, May 1995. CRCPD Publication: 95/4:6-18; 1995. USTUR-0031-95

Kathren, R.L. The U.S. Transuranium and Uranium Registries 1968 - 1993. Rad. Prot. Dos.60(4):349-354; 1995. USTUR-0030-95

Kathren, R.L. Contributor to Risks of Ionizing Radiation in Medicine. In: A Need For Regulatory Reform, Chapter 6 in Radiation in Medicine. Washington: National Academy Press, 111-141; 1996. 

Kathren, R.L. Health, Safety and Environmental Protection. In: Environmental Engineering, P.E. Examination Guide and Handbook. King, W.C. Ed., Annapolis: American Academy of Environmental Engineers. Chap. 10, 393-430; 1996. USTUR-0005-93

Kathren, R.L. Human Radiation Experimentation: A Health Physics Perspective. In: Proceedings of the Ninth International Congress on Radiation Protection. 4:787-789; 1996. USTUR-0088-97A

Kathren, R.L. Pathway to a Paradigm: The Linear Non-threshold Dose Response Hypothesis in Historical Perspective. Health Phys. 70(5):621-635; 1996. USTUR-0039-95

Kathren R.L., Book Review of Low-Level Environmental Radioactivity: Sources and Evaluation by R. Tykva and J. Sabol. Health Phys. 69(9):990; 1995. USTUR-0042-95

Kathren, R.L., and A. Brodsky. Radiation Protection. In: History of the Rad. Sciences: Radiological Physics. P. Almond, Ed., New York, Chap. 6, 187-221; 1997. USTUR-0017-94

Kathren, R.L., L.A. Harwick, and M.J. Markel. United States Transuranium and Uranium Registries Annual Report: October 1, 1994 to September 30, 1995; 1996. College of Pharmacy, Washington State University, Richland WA. USTUR-0049-95

Ludwikow, G., K.G. Hofer, S. Bao, and F. Ludwikow. The Effect of 125I decay at Different Stages of S-Phase on Survival, Expression of Micronuclei and Chromosome Aberrations in CHP Cells. Int. J. Radiat. Biol. 70(2):177-187; 1996. USTUR-0103-98

Russell, J.J., R.L. Kathren, and S.E. Dietert. A Hisological Kidney Study of Uranium and Non-uranium Workers. Health Phys. 70(4):466-472; 1996. USTUR-0022-95

Stannard, J.N. and R.L. Kathren. Radiation Protection and Medical Practice With Special Reference to Health Physicists and The Health Physics Society. Health Phys. 69(5):837-844; 1995. USTUR-0018-94

Suslova, K.G., R.E. Filipy, V.F. Khokhryakov, S.A. Romanov, and R.L. Kathren. Comparison of the Dosimetry Registry of the MAYAK Industrial Association and the United States Transuranium and Uranium Registries: A Preliminary Report. Radiat. Prot. Dosim. Vol. 67(1):13-22; 1996. USTUR-0047-95

Wasiolek, P.T., S.D. Schery, J.E. Broestl, and A.C. James. Experimental and Modeling Studies of Thoron Decay Products in Outdoor Air Near the Ground Surface. Environment International. Vol. 22, Suppl. 1:S193-204; 1996. USTUR-0033-95

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Presented

October 1995

S.E. Glover presented a seminar on the USTUR to the Analytical Chemistry faculty and graduate students at Washington State University in Pullman, WA.

H. Qu presented his research with the EICHROM resins to the Analytical Chemistry faculty and graduate students at Washington State University in Pullman, WA.

November 1995

R.E. Filipy presented a seminar on the USTUR radiochemistry program to the Environmental Sciences and Regional Planning faculty and graduate students at Washington State University in Pullman, WA.

December 1995

J. Norton presented a seminar on radioanalytical methods development to the Analytical Chemistry faculty and graduate students at Washington State University in Pullman, Washington.

January 1996

R.L. Kathren, at the invitation of Hong Kong Hospital Authority, served as course director and presented several lectures and a training course for radiation protection supervisors in Hong Kong.

February 1996

R.L. Kathren presented a lecture-laboratory activity "Radiation in Everyday Life," at the Ninth Annual Mathematics, Engineering, and Science Achievement (MESA) program in Sunnyside, Washington.

R.L. Kathren presented "The U.S. Transuranium and Uranium Registries Tissue Research Program," at the DOE-Health Physics Society workshop on the Heatlh Physics of Plutonium in Albuquerque, New Mexico.

March 1996

R.E. Filipy presented "The United States Transuranium and Uranium Registries - Russin Connection," to Washington State University Radiation Safety Office and to the Nuclear Technology Class at Columbia Basin College in Pasco, Washington.

R.H. Filby gave invited seminars on the USTUR Radiochemistry Project to the Kentucky Local Section of the American Chemical Society and to the Department of CHemistry, University of Kentucky in Kentucky.

R.L. Kathren presented an invited seminar on the activities of the USTUR at Texas A&M in College Station, Texas.

R.L. Kathren presented "Ethics of Human Radiation Experimentation," to the student chapter of the Health Physics Society in College Station, Texas.

R.L. Kathren presented testimony on NCRP Report 121 on Collective Dose before a joint Subcommittee of the Advisory Committee on Reactor Safeguard and the Advisory Committee on Nuclear Waste in Washington, D.C.

April 1996

S. Bao presented the "Induction of Micronuclei as a Model for Radiation Sensitivity of Respiratory Tract Cells Exposed to 60Co Rays," and "Distribution of Radon Induced Micronuclei in Respiratory Tract Cells," at the 44th Annual Meeting of the Radiation Research Society in Chicago, Illinois.

R.L. Kathren presented "Human Radiation Experimentation: A Health Physics Perspective," at the International Radiation Protection Association meeting in Vienna, Austria.

J.J. Russell presented a seminar at the University of Washington entitled "The United States Transuranium and Uranium Registries Old and New: Health Physics, Molecular Biology and Biomarkers" in Seattle, Washington.

June 1996

S. Bao presented" Biodosimetry in Respiratory Tract Following Exposure to Radon," at the 1996 Conference on Radiation and Health, American Statistical Association in Vail, Colorado.

R.L. Kathren presented "Risk and Health Effects from Incorporation of Actinides: Lessons Learned from the Human Tissue Studies of the USTUR," at the Annual Meeting of the Canadian Radiation Protection Association in Trois Riveres, Canada.

July 1996

R.E. Filipy presented "Comparison of Biokineticws Models for Actinide Elements with Observed Tissue Analysis Data From Occupationally Exposed Humans of Two Countries," at the Health Physics Society 1996 Annual Meeting in Seattle, Washington.

S.E. Glover presented "The Status and Currrent Research Projects of the Radiochemical Division of the Health Physics Society 1996 Annual Meeting in Seatlle, Washington.

R.L. Kathren presented "The Historical Development of the Linear Non-threshold Hypothesis," at the Annual Meeting of the Health Physics Society in Seattle, Washington.

September 1996

R.L. Kathren was the banquet speaker at the Workshop on X-ray Spectroscopies of Environmental Interfaces sponsored by the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory presenting a lecture and demonstration on the history of X-rays, Richland, Washington.

J.J. Russell was an invited participant presenter at a meeting sponsed by the Inter-Tribal Council on Hanford Effects, in Spokane, Washington.

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