Since 1986, the year of the Chernobyl accident, 137Cs body burdens of members of a Bavarian reference group have been measured monthly.
These time series were individually analyzed with respect to the long-term component Tl of the biological half-life of 137Cs, assuming a continuous 137Cs intake, which is based on reference data for the food consumption in the Federal Republic of Germany.
In 13 individual cases, Tl was additionally deduced after single ingestion of 137Cs.
The resulting Tl deduced from continuous and from single intake agreed within about 20%. Using the results of 64 cases, it is shown that there is a dependency of Tl with sex for adults.
Tl for children and adults are also significantly different.
When combining all data for children, adult females and adult males, significant correlations of Tl with age, 40K and body mass can be found.
Since body mass, for example, is a parameter very simple to measure, the given correlations are useful for practical purposes.
Mots-clés Pascal : Demi vie, Césium, Bavière, Allemagne, Europe, Surveillance, Moyen terme, Homme, Ingestion, Analyse multivariable, Etude comparative, Recherche bibliographique, Radiocontamination, Pollution radioactive, Tchernobyl
Mots-clés Pascal anglais : Half life, Cesium, Bavaria, Germany, Europe, Surveillance, Medium term, Human, Ingestion, Multivariate analysis, Comparative study, Bibliographic search, Radioactive contamination, Radioactive pollution
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Cote : 99-0487193
Code Inist : 002B03H. Création : 22/03/2000.