Radionuclide Pollution In Sediments And Sea Water Of Bodrum (Aegean Sea ) | 9519
Journal of Marine Science: Research & Development
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The great interest expressed worldwide for the study of radionuclide and environmental radioactivity has led to the
performance of extensive surveys in many countries of the world. Radionuclides pollution of the marine environment have
been recognized as a serious environmental concern. The natural and artificial radionuclides
are found in varying concentration in sand, sediment, sea water and naturally occurring water. In this study, determination of
anthropogenic and natural radionuclides in marine sediment and sea water taken from Bodrum Aegean Sea has been performed
by gamma spectrometry. In general, the distribution of activity concentrations in the study area were in the same order as
Serpil completed her Ph.D. at the age of 31 years from Ege University. I am the director of Health School and Ass. Prof. Dr. in department of Physics
in the Kirklareli University. I am working on environmental radioactivity (mostly marine environment) and effects of radioactivity on human health. I
have published more than 30 papers in reputed journals and congress books.
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