Radon concentrations indoors were determined in 24 typical occupied apartments in the city of Thessaloniki, North Greece (40o 38'N, 22o 58'E), by means of 12 surveys, each 2 mo long, over a 2-y period starting October 1989.
The ratio of the winter and summer averages for the first year of measurements was 1.8+-0.78, and for the second year of measurements was 1.6+-0.61.
The indoor radon concentration in the summer (1990) period ranged between 8 and 81 Bq m-3, while in the winter (1989-1990) it ranged between 20 and 143 Bq m-3 for the first year of measurements or between 8 and 92 Bq m-3 in the summer (1991) period and between 12 and 119 Bq m-3 in the winter (1990-1991) for the second year of measurements.
Mots-clés Pascal : Logement habitation, Radioactivité, Radioisotope, Radon, Concentration, Saison, Précipitation atmosphérique, Zone urbaine, Matériau construction, Grèce, Europe
Mots-clés Pascal anglais : Housing, Radioactivity, Radioisotope, Radon, Concentration, Season, Atmospheric precipitation, Urban area, Construction materials, Greece, Europe
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