Radiation and Environmental Biophysics
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As well as:
- Biological effects of physical factors, such as temperature, pressure, gravitational forces, electric and magnetic fields.
- Biophysical aspects of the biosphere and space, of ecosystems and their mathematical models, and of transport processes of energy and substances in biotic systems.
- Risk assessment and risk modelling for radiation and environmental factors.
Contributions to these topics may include theoretical-mathematical and experimental material. They can range from complex radiobiological phenomena to issues of health physics and environmental protection.
Special emphasis is given to fundamental research - directly or indirectly related to radiation and environmental problems - but articles on medical physics and biomedical engineering will be accepted if they contribute to the understanding of fundamental mechanisms.
A. M. Kellerer
GSF - National Research Center for Environment and Health
Institute of Radiobiology
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