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Characteristics of radioactivity in the surface air along the 45°N zonal belt in South-Eastern Europe

Ajtić, Jelena V.; Zorko, Benjamin; Nečemer, Marijan; Sarvan, Darko Z.; Rajačić, Milica; Krneta-Nikolić, Jelena D.; Todorović, Dragana; Đurđević, Vladimir S.; Vodenik, Branko; Glavič-Cindro, Denis; Kožar Logar, Jasmina Koar

(2021)

TY  - JOUR
AU  - Ajtić, Jelena V.
AU  - Zorko, Benjamin
AU  - Nečemer, Marijan
AU  - Sarvan, Darko Z.
AU  - Rajačić, Milica
AU  - Krneta-Nikolić, Jelena D.
AU  - Todorović, Dragana
AU  - Đurđević, Vladimir S.
AU  - Vodenik, Branko
AU  - Glavič-Cindro, Denis
AU  - Kožar Logar, Jasmina Koar
PY  - 2021
UR  - https://vinar.vin.bg.ac.rs/handle/123456789/10075
AB  - This study investigates the beryllium-7, lead-210 and caesium-137 activity concentrations in aerosol filter samples collected monthly along the 45°N zonal belt over 1991–2019. Sampling was performed in three locations, one in Serbia and two in Slovenia, and the Slovenian data records are published here for the first time. The activity concentrations were determined by standard gamma spectrometry. The obtained results are in general agreement with the literature data for Europe. The data sets at different sites display similarities in measurement ranges, overall means and seasonal cycles. Still, statistical tests show significant differences among the radionuclides’ concentrations across the locations. To investigate underlying processes that affect radioactivity in the surface air in this region, multivariate statistical concepts are applied to the radionuclides’ concentrations and local meteorological parameters. Discriminant analysis shows that all three sites are well separated from each other. Principal component analysis gives common pattern of interconnection between the observables: temperature has a stronger influence on the behaviour of beryllium-7 and lead-210 than that of caesium-137, but a negative correlation of the radionuclides’ concentrations with precipitation seems the strongest for caesium-137. Principal component analysis also shows local differences in the degree of relationship between the meteorological parameters and activity concentrations of the investigated radionuclides. This is an important finding for future atmospheric transport studies.
T2  - International Journal of Environmental Science and Technology
T1  - Characteristics of radioactivity in the surface air along the 45°N zonal belt in South-Eastern Europe
DO  - 10.1007/s13762-021-03814-0
ER  - 
@article{
author = "Ajtić, Jelena V. and Zorko, Benjamin and Nečemer, Marijan and Sarvan, Darko Z. and Rajačić, Milica and Krneta-Nikolić, Jelena D. and Todorović, Dragana and Đurđević, Vladimir S. and Vodenik, Branko and Glavič-Cindro, Denis and Kožar Logar, Jasmina Koar",
year = "2021",
abstract = "This study investigates the beryllium-7, lead-210 and caesium-137 activity concentrations in aerosol filter samples collected monthly along the 45°N zonal belt over 1991–2019. Sampling was performed in three locations, one in Serbia and two in Slovenia, and the Slovenian data records are published here for the first time. The activity concentrations were determined by standard gamma spectrometry. The obtained results are in general agreement with the literature data for Europe. The data sets at different sites display similarities in measurement ranges, overall means and seasonal cycles. Still, statistical tests show significant differences among the radionuclides’ concentrations across the locations. To investigate underlying processes that affect radioactivity in the surface air in this region, multivariate statistical concepts are applied to the radionuclides’ concentrations and local meteorological parameters. Discriminant analysis shows that all three sites are well separated from each other. Principal component analysis gives common pattern of interconnection between the observables: temperature has a stronger influence on the behaviour of beryllium-7 and lead-210 than that of caesium-137, but a negative correlation of the radionuclides’ concentrations with precipitation seems the strongest for caesium-137. Principal component analysis also shows local differences in the degree of relationship between the meteorological parameters and activity concentrations of the investigated radionuclides. This is an important finding for future atmospheric transport studies.",
journal = "International Journal of Environmental Science and Technology",
title = "Characteristics of radioactivity in the surface air along the 45°N zonal belt in South-Eastern Europe",
doi = "10.1007/s13762-021-03814-0"
}
Ajtić, J. V., Zorko, B., Nečemer, M., Sarvan, D. Z., Rajačić, M., Krneta-Nikolić, J. D., Todorović, D., Đurđević, V. S., Vodenik, B., Glavič-Cindro, D.,& Kožar Logar, J. K.. (2021). Characteristics of radioactivity in the surface air along the 45°N zonal belt in South-Eastern Europe. in International Journal of Environmental Science and Technology.
https://doi.org/10.1007/s13762-021-03814-0
Ajtić JV, Zorko B, Nečemer M, Sarvan DZ, Rajačić M, Krneta-Nikolić JD, Todorović D, Đurđević VS, Vodenik B, Glavič-Cindro D, Kožar Logar JK. Characteristics of radioactivity in the surface air along the 45°N zonal belt in South-Eastern Europe. in International Journal of Environmental Science and Technology. 2021;.
doi:10.1007/s13762-021-03814-0 .
Ajtić, Jelena V., Zorko, Benjamin, Nečemer, Marijan, Sarvan, Darko Z., Rajačić, Milica, Krneta-Nikolić, Jelena D., Todorović, Dragana, Đurđević, Vladimir S., Vodenik, Branko, Glavič-Cindro, Denis, Kožar Logar, Jasmina Koar, "Characteristics of radioactivity in the surface air along the 45°N zonal belt in South-Eastern Europe" in International Journal of Environmental Science and Technology (2021),
https://doi.org/10.1007/s13762-021-03814-0 . .

Metrology for radiation protection: A new European network in the foundation phase

Röttger, Annette; Veres, Attila; Sochor, Vladimir; Pinto, Massimo; Derlacinski, Michael; Ioan, Mihail-Razvan; Sabeta, Amra; Bernat, Robert; Adam-Guillermin, Christelle; Alves, João Henrique Gracia; Glavič-Cindro, Denis; Bell, Steven; Wens, Britt; Persson, Linda; Živanović, Miloš Z.; Nylund, Reetta

(2021)

TY  - JOUR
AU  - Röttger, Annette
AU  - Veres, Attila
AU  - Sochor, Vladimir
AU  - Pinto, Massimo
AU  - Derlacinski, Michael
AU  - Ioan, Mihail-Razvan
AU  - Sabeta, Amra
AU  - Bernat, Robert
AU  - Adam-Guillermin, Christelle
AU  - Alves,  João Henrique Gracia
AU  - Glavič-Cindro, Denis
AU  - Bell, Steven
AU  - Wens, Britt
AU  - Persson, Linda
AU  - Živanović, Miloš Z.
AU  - Nylund, Reetta
PY  - 2021
UR  - https://vinar.vin.bg.ac.rs/handle/123456789/10062
AB  - More than 23 million workers worldwide are occupationally exposed to ionizing radiation and all people in the world are exposed to environmental radiation. The mean exposure, that is the mean annual dose of per person, is dominated by medical applications and exposure to natural sources. Due to recent developments in healthcare, e.g. the increasing application of ionising radiation in medical imaging with relative high doses like CT, and modern high dose applications (for example CT angiography), the exposure due to medical application has risen. Additionally, the changes in living conditions increase the exposure to natural radioactivity also: More living time is spent in buildings or in an urban environment, which causes higher exposure to Naturally Occurring Radioactive Materials (NORM) in building materials and higher exposure to radon. The level of radon activity concentration in buildings is far higher than in the environment (outdoor). This effect is often amplified by modern energy-efficient buildings which reduce the air exchange and thus increase the radon indoor activity concentration. In summary both medical application of ionizing radiation and natural sources are responsible for the increase of the mean annual exposure of the population. The accurate measurement of radiation dose is key to ensuring safety but there are two challenges to be faced: First, new standards and reference fields are needed due to the rapid developments in medical imaging, radiotherapy and industrial applications. Second, direct communication channels are needed to ensure that information on best practice in measurements reaches effectively and quickly the people concerned. It is therefore necessary to allow for an international exchange of information on identified problems and solutions. Consequently, a European Metrology Network (EMN) for radiation protection under the roof of EURAMET is in the foundation phase. This network EMN for Radiation Protection is being prepared by the project EMPIR 19NET03 supportBSS. The project aims to prepare this EMN by addressing this issue through the identification of stakeholder research needs and by implementing a long-term ongoing dialogue between stakeholders and the metrology community. The EMN will serve as a unique point of contact to address all metrological needs related to radiation protection and it will relate to all environmental processes where ionising radiation and radionuclides are involved. A Strategic Research Agenda and two roadmaps are in development, covering the metrology needs of both the Euratom Treaty and the EU Council Directive 2013/59/EURATOM pinning down the basic safety standards for protection against the dangers arising from exposure to ionizing radiation. Furthermore, long-term knowledge sharing, and capacity building will be supported and a proposal for a sustainable joint European metrology infrastructure is under way. This will significantly strengthen the radiation protection metrology and support radiation protection measures. The final goal of the network project is a harmonised, sustainable, coordinated and smartly specialised infrastructure to underpin the current and future needs expressed in the European regulations for radiation protection. ©
T2  - Advances in Geosciences
T1  - Metrology for radiation protection: A new European network in the foundation phase
VL  - 57
SP  - 1
EP  - 7
DO  - 10.5194/adgeo-57-1-2021
ER  - 
@article{
author = "Röttger, Annette and Veres, Attila and Sochor, Vladimir and Pinto, Massimo and Derlacinski, Michael and Ioan, Mihail-Razvan and Sabeta, Amra and Bernat, Robert and Adam-Guillermin, Christelle and Alves,  João Henrique Gracia and Glavič-Cindro, Denis and Bell, Steven and Wens, Britt and Persson, Linda and Živanović, Miloš Z. and Nylund, Reetta",
year = "2021",
abstract = "More than 23 million workers worldwide are occupationally exposed to ionizing radiation and all people in the world are exposed to environmental radiation. The mean exposure, that is the mean annual dose of per person, is dominated by medical applications and exposure to natural sources. Due to recent developments in healthcare, e.g. the increasing application of ionising radiation in medical imaging with relative high doses like CT, and modern high dose applications (for example CT angiography), the exposure due to medical application has risen. Additionally, the changes in living conditions increase the exposure to natural radioactivity also: More living time is spent in buildings or in an urban environment, which causes higher exposure to Naturally Occurring Radioactive Materials (NORM) in building materials and higher exposure to radon. The level of radon activity concentration in buildings is far higher than in the environment (outdoor). This effect is often amplified by modern energy-efficient buildings which reduce the air exchange and thus increase the radon indoor activity concentration. In summary both medical application of ionizing radiation and natural sources are responsible for the increase of the mean annual exposure of the population. The accurate measurement of radiation dose is key to ensuring safety but there are two challenges to be faced: First, new standards and reference fields are needed due to the rapid developments in medical imaging, radiotherapy and industrial applications. Second, direct communication channels are needed to ensure that information on best practice in measurements reaches effectively and quickly the people concerned. It is therefore necessary to allow for an international exchange of information on identified problems and solutions. Consequently, a European Metrology Network (EMN) for radiation protection under the roof of EURAMET is in the foundation phase. This network EMN for Radiation Protection is being prepared by the project EMPIR 19NET03 supportBSS. The project aims to prepare this EMN by addressing this issue through the identification of stakeholder research needs and by implementing a long-term ongoing dialogue between stakeholders and the metrology community. The EMN will serve as a unique point of contact to address all metrological needs related to radiation protection and it will relate to all environmental processes where ionising radiation and radionuclides are involved. A Strategic Research Agenda and two roadmaps are in development, covering the metrology needs of both the Euratom Treaty and the EU Council Directive 2013/59/EURATOM pinning down the basic safety standards for protection against the dangers arising from exposure to ionizing radiation. Furthermore, long-term knowledge sharing, and capacity building will be supported and a proposal for a sustainable joint European metrology infrastructure is under way. This will significantly strengthen the radiation protection metrology and support radiation protection measures. The final goal of the network project is a harmonised, sustainable, coordinated and smartly specialised infrastructure to underpin the current and future needs expressed in the European regulations for radiation protection. ©",
journal = "Advances in Geosciences",
title = "Metrology for radiation protection: A new European network in the foundation phase",
volume = "57",
pages = "1-7",
doi = "10.5194/adgeo-57-1-2021"
}
Röttger, A., Veres, A., Sochor, V., Pinto, M., Derlacinski, M., Ioan, M., Sabeta, A., Bernat, R., Adam-Guillermin, C., Alves, J. H. G., Glavič-Cindro, D., Bell, S., Wens, B., Persson, L., Živanović, M. Z.,& Nylund, R.. (2021). Metrology for radiation protection: A new European network in the foundation phase. in Advances in Geosciences, 57, 1-7.
https://doi.org/10.5194/adgeo-57-1-2021
Röttger A, Veres A, Sochor V, Pinto M, Derlacinski M, Ioan M, Sabeta A, Bernat R, Adam-Guillermin C, Alves JHG, Glavič-Cindro D, Bell S, Wens B, Persson L, Živanović MZ, Nylund R. Metrology for radiation protection: A new European network in the foundation phase. in Advances in Geosciences. 2021;57:1-7.
doi:10.5194/adgeo-57-1-2021 .
Röttger, Annette, Veres, Attila, Sochor, Vladimir, Pinto, Massimo, Derlacinski, Michael, Ioan, Mihail-Razvan, Sabeta, Amra, Bernat, Robert, Adam-Guillermin, Christelle, Alves,  João Henrique Gracia, Glavič-Cindro, Denis, Bell, Steven, Wens, Britt, Persson, Linda, Živanović, Miloš Z., Nylund, Reetta, "Metrology for radiation protection: A new European network in the foundation phase" in Advances in Geosciences, 57 (2021):1-7,
https://doi.org/10.5194/adgeo-57-1-2021 . .
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Comparison of concentration activities of ruthenium isotopes measured over Slovenia and Serbia

Zorko, Benjamin; Ajtić, Jelena; Vodenik, Branko; Glavič Cindro, Denis; Rajačić, Milica; Petrovič, Toni; Krneta-Nikolić, Jelena D.; Janković, Marija M.; Sarap, Nataša; Vukanac, Ivana; Pantelić, Gordana K.; Todorović, Dragana

(2018)

TY  - CONF
AU  - Zorko, Benjamin
AU  - Ajtić, Jelena
AU  - Vodenik, Branko
AU  - Glavič Cindro, Denis
AU  - Rajačić, Milica
AU  - Petrovič, Toni
AU  - Krneta-Nikolić, Jelena D.
AU  - Janković, Marija M.
AU  - Sarap, Nataša
AU  - Vukanac, Ivana
AU  - Pantelić, Gordana K.
AU  - Todorović, Dragana
PY  - 2018
UR  - https://vinar.vin.bg.ac.rs/handle/123456789/8782
C3  - RAD Conference Proceedings
T1  - Comparison of concentration activities of ruthenium isotopes measured over Slovenia and Serbia
SP  - 193
ER  - 
@conference{
author = "Zorko, Benjamin and Ajtić, Jelena and Vodenik, Branko and Glavič Cindro, Denis and Rajačić, Milica and Petrovič, Toni and Krneta-Nikolić, Jelena D. and Janković, Marija M. and Sarap, Nataša and Vukanac, Ivana and Pantelić, Gordana K. and Todorović, Dragana",
year = "2018",
journal = "RAD Conference Proceedings",
title = "Comparison of concentration activities of ruthenium isotopes measured over Slovenia and Serbia",
pages = "193"
}
Zorko, B., Ajtić, J., Vodenik, B., Glavič Cindro, D., Rajačić, M., Petrovič, T., Krneta-Nikolić, J. D., Janković, M. M., Sarap, N., Vukanac, I., Pantelić, G. K.,& Todorović, D.. (2018). Comparison of concentration activities of ruthenium isotopes measured over Slovenia and Serbia. in RAD Conference Proceedings, 193.
Zorko B, Ajtić J, Vodenik B, Glavič Cindro D, Rajačić M, Petrovič T, Krneta-Nikolić JD, Janković MM, Sarap N, Vukanac I, Pantelić GK, Todorović D. Comparison of concentration activities of ruthenium isotopes measured over Slovenia and Serbia. in RAD Conference Proceedings. 2018;:193..
Zorko, Benjamin, Ajtić, Jelena, Vodenik, Branko, Glavič Cindro, Denis, Rajačić, Milica, Petrovič, Toni, Krneta-Nikolić, Jelena D., Janković, Marija M., Sarap, Nataša, Vukanac, Ivana, Pantelić, Gordana K., Todorović, Dragana, "Comparison of concentration activities of ruthenium isotopes measured over Slovenia and Serbia" in RAD Conference Proceedings (2018):193.

Behaviour of beryllium-7 and lead-210 time series measured in Serbia and Slovenia over 1991-2015

Sarvan, Darko; Todorović, Dragana; Rajačić, Milica; Krneta-Nikolić, Jelena D.; Đurđević, Vladimir; Zorko, Benjamin; Vodenik, Branko; Glavič Cindro, Denis; Kožar Logar, Jasmina; Ajtić, Jelena

(2018)

TY  - CONF
AU  - Sarvan, Darko
AU  - Todorović, Dragana
AU  - Rajačić, Milica
AU  - Krneta-Nikolić, Jelena D.
AU  - Đurđević, Vladimir
AU  - Zorko, Benjamin
AU  - Vodenik, Branko
AU  - Glavič Cindro, Denis
AU  - Kožar Logar, Jasmina
AU  - Ajtić, Jelena
PY  - 2018
UR  - https://vinar.vin.bg.ac.rs/handle/123456789/8781
C3  - RAD Conference Proceedings
T1  - Behaviour of beryllium-7 and lead-210 time series measured in Serbia and Slovenia over 1991-2015
SP  - 185
ER  - 
@conference{
author = "Sarvan, Darko and Todorović, Dragana and Rajačić, Milica and Krneta-Nikolić, Jelena D. and Đurđević, Vladimir and Zorko, Benjamin and Vodenik, Branko and Glavič Cindro, Denis and Kožar Logar, Jasmina and Ajtić, Jelena",
year = "2018",
journal = "RAD Conference Proceedings",
title = "Behaviour of beryllium-7 and lead-210 time series measured in Serbia and Slovenia over 1991-2015",
pages = "185"
}
Sarvan, D., Todorović, D., Rajačić, M., Krneta-Nikolić, J. D., Đurđević, V., Zorko, B., Vodenik, B., Glavič Cindro, D., Kožar Logar, J.,& Ajtić, J.. (2018). Behaviour of beryllium-7 and lead-210 time series measured in Serbia and Slovenia over 1991-2015. in RAD Conference Proceedings, 185.
Sarvan D, Todorović D, Rajačić M, Krneta-Nikolić JD, Đurđević V, Zorko B, Vodenik B, Glavič Cindro D, Kožar Logar J, Ajtić J. Behaviour of beryllium-7 and lead-210 time series measured in Serbia and Slovenia over 1991-2015. in RAD Conference Proceedings. 2018;:185..
Sarvan, Darko, Todorović, Dragana, Rajačić, Milica, Krneta-Nikolić, Jelena D., Đurđević, Vladimir, Zorko, Benjamin, Vodenik, Branko, Glavič Cindro, Denis, Kožar Logar, Jasmina, Ajtić, Jelena, "Behaviour of beryllium-7 and lead-210 time series measured in Serbia and Slovenia over 1991-2015" in RAD Conference Proceedings (2018):185.

Faktorska analiza specifičnih aktivnosti berilijuma-7 i olova-210 u prizemnom sloju vazduha, i meteoroloških parametara

Ajtić, Jelena; Sarvan, Darko; Todorović, Dragana; Rajačić, Milica; Krneta-Nikolić, Jelena D.; Đurđević, Vladimir; Zorko, Benjamin; Vodenik, Branko; Glavič-Cindro, Denis; Kožar Logar, Jasmina

(Београд : Институт за нуклеарне науке "Винча" : Друштво за заштиту од зрачења Србије и Црне Горе, 2017)

TY  - CONF
AU  - Ajtić, Jelena
AU  - Sarvan, Darko
AU  - Todorović, Dragana
AU  - Rajačić, Milica
AU  - Krneta-Nikolić, Jelena D.
AU  - Đurđević, Vladimir
AU  - Zorko, Benjamin
AU  - Vodenik, Branko
AU  - Glavič-Cindro, Denis
AU  - Kožar Logar, Jasmina
PY  - 2017
UR  - http://dzz.org.rs/wp-content/uploads/2013/06/Zbornik_XXIX_Simpozijum_DZZ_SCG_Srebrno_jezero_2.pdf
UR  - http://www.vbs.rs/scripts/cobiss?command=DISPLAY&base=99999&rid=245691404&fmt=11&lani=sc
UR  - https://vinar.vin.bg.ac.rs/handle/123456789/8247
AB  - Međusobna povezanost specifičnih aktivnosti berilijuma-7 i olova-210 u prizemnom
sloju atmosfere sa meteorološkim parametrima razmotrena je u faktorskoj analizi.
Merenja su sprovedena u Beogradu, Republika Srbija, i u Ljubljani i Krškom, u
Republici Sloveniji, tokom 1991–2015 godine. Na sve tri lokacije, faktorska opterećenja
dva faktora pokazuju da je: 1) specifična aktivnost berilijuma-7 obuhvaćena faktorom 1
sa temperaturom, oblačnošću i relativnom vlažnošću; dok je 2) specifična aktivnost
olova-210 obuhvaćena faktorom 2 sa količinom padavina i atmosferskim pritiskom.
Iako je komunalitet već dva faktora veći od 0,5 za većinu posmatranih varijabli, tek
uvođenjem trećeg faktora komunalitet za specifičnu aktivnost olova-210 i atmosferskog
pritiska na sve tri merne lokacije raste na preko 0,5. Rezultati faktorske analize
pokazuju da se specifične aktivnosti berilijuma-7 i olova-210 u prizmenom sloju
atmosfere nalaze pod različitim dominantnim uticajima. Koncentracija berilijuma-7 je
pod uticajem faktora regionalnog karaktera, koji je takođe dominantan za srednju
temperaturu. Ova veza specifične aktivnosti berilijuma-7 i temperature preko dominantnog zajedničkog faktora važi i kada se broj faktora u analizi poveća na tri i četiri.
Sa druge strane, na koncentraciju olova-210, kao i na količinu padavina i atmosferski
pritisak, više uticaja ima lokalni faktor. Ova povezanost olova-210 sa druga dva
meteorološka parametra, međutim, prestaje da važi sa povećanjem broja faktora u
analizi na tri, kada se izdvaja specifičan faktor koji objašnjava preko 80% varijanse
specifične aktivnosti olova-210.
AB  - An association between the beryllium-7 and lead-210 specific activities in surface air
and meteorological parameters is investigated using factor analysis. The measurements
were conducted in Belgrade, Republic of Serbia, and Ljubljana and Krško, Republic of
Slovenia, over 1991–2015. In all the locations, the factor loadings of two factors show
that: 1) the beryllium-7 specific activity is encompassed by factor 1 together with
temperature, cloud cover and relative humidity; while 2) the lead-210 specific activity,
precipitation and atmospheric pressure are described by factor 2. Although the
communalities of only two factors are already larger than 0.5 for most of the variables,
an introduction of a third factor raises the communalities of all the variables above 0.5.
The results imply that the beryllium-7 and lead-210 are under different dominant
underlying mechanisms. The concentration of beryllium-7 seems to be primarily
influenced by a mechanism of a regional character which is also a predominant factor
for temperature. This association between the beryllium-7 specific activity and
temperature prevails even when the number of factors in the analysis is raised to three
and four. The lead-210 specific activity, on the other hand, together with precipitation
and atmospheric pressure, is under an influence of a local mechanism, but that
relationship between the variables ceases to hold when the number of factors is raised
to three, and more than 80% of the variance in the Pb-210 specific activity is explained
by one specific factor.
PB  - Београд : Институт за нуклеарне науке "Винча" : Друштво за заштиту од зрачења Србије и Црне Горе
C3  - 29. симпозијум ДЗЗСЦГ : зборник радова
T1  - Faktorska analiza specifičnih aktivnosti berilijuma-7 i olova-210 u prizemnom sloju vazduha, i meteoroloških parametara
T1  - Factor analysis of the beryllium-7 and lead-210 specific activities in surface air, and meteorological parameters
SP  - 19
EP  - 27
ER  - 
@conference{
author = "Ajtić, Jelena and Sarvan, Darko and Todorović, Dragana and Rajačić, Milica and Krneta-Nikolić, Jelena D. and Đurđević, Vladimir and Zorko, Benjamin and Vodenik, Branko and Glavič-Cindro, Denis and Kožar Logar, Jasmina",
year = "2017",
abstract = "Međusobna povezanost specifičnih aktivnosti berilijuma-7 i olova-210 u prizemnom
sloju atmosfere sa meteorološkim parametrima razmotrena je u faktorskoj analizi.
Merenja su sprovedena u Beogradu, Republika Srbija, i u Ljubljani i Krškom, u
Republici Sloveniji, tokom 1991–2015 godine. Na sve tri lokacije, faktorska opterećenja
dva faktora pokazuju da je: 1) specifična aktivnost berilijuma-7 obuhvaćena faktorom 1
sa temperaturom, oblačnošću i relativnom vlažnošću; dok je 2) specifična aktivnost
olova-210 obuhvaćena faktorom 2 sa količinom padavina i atmosferskim pritiskom.
Iako je komunalitet već dva faktora veći od 0,5 za većinu posmatranih varijabli, tek
uvođenjem trećeg faktora komunalitet za specifičnu aktivnost olova-210 i atmosferskog
pritiska na sve tri merne lokacije raste na preko 0,5. Rezultati faktorske analize
pokazuju da se specifične aktivnosti berilijuma-7 i olova-210 u prizmenom sloju
atmosfere nalaze pod različitim dominantnim uticajima. Koncentracija berilijuma-7 je
pod uticajem faktora regionalnog karaktera, koji je takođe dominantan za srednju
temperaturu. Ova veza specifične aktivnosti berilijuma-7 i temperature preko dominantnog zajedničkog faktora važi i kada se broj faktora u analizi poveća na tri i četiri.
Sa druge strane, na koncentraciju olova-210, kao i na količinu padavina i atmosferski
pritisak, više uticaja ima lokalni faktor. Ova povezanost olova-210 sa druga dva
meteorološka parametra, međutim, prestaje da važi sa povećanjem broja faktora u
analizi na tri, kada se izdvaja specifičan faktor koji objašnjava preko 80% varijanse
specifične aktivnosti olova-210., An association between the beryllium-7 and lead-210 specific activities in surface air
and meteorological parameters is investigated using factor analysis. The measurements
were conducted in Belgrade, Republic of Serbia, and Ljubljana and Krško, Republic of
Slovenia, over 1991–2015. In all the locations, the factor loadings of two factors show
that: 1) the beryllium-7 specific activity is encompassed by factor 1 together with
temperature, cloud cover and relative humidity; while 2) the lead-210 specific activity,
precipitation and atmospheric pressure are described by factor 2. Although the
communalities of only two factors are already larger than 0.5 for most of the variables,
an introduction of a third factor raises the communalities of all the variables above 0.5.
The results imply that the beryllium-7 and lead-210 are under different dominant
underlying mechanisms. The concentration of beryllium-7 seems to be primarily
influenced by a mechanism of a regional character which is also a predominant factor
for temperature. This association between the beryllium-7 specific activity and
temperature prevails even when the number of factors in the analysis is raised to three
and four. The lead-210 specific activity, on the other hand, together with precipitation
and atmospheric pressure, is under an influence of a local mechanism, but that
relationship between the variables ceases to hold when the number of factors is raised
to three, and more than 80% of the variance in the Pb-210 specific activity is explained
by one specific factor.",
publisher = "Београд : Институт за нуклеарне науке "Винча" : Друштво за заштиту од зрачења Србије и Црне Горе",
journal = "29. симпозијум ДЗЗСЦГ : зборник радова",
title = "Faktorska analiza specifičnih aktivnosti berilijuma-7 i olova-210 u prizemnom sloju vazduha, i meteoroloških parametara, Factor analysis of the beryllium-7 and lead-210 specific activities in surface air, and meteorological parameters",
pages = "19-27"
}
Ajtić, J., Sarvan, D., Todorović, D., Rajačić, M., Krneta-Nikolić, J. D., Đurđević, V., Zorko, B., Vodenik, B., Glavič-Cindro, D.,& Kožar Logar, J.. (2017). Faktorska analiza specifičnih aktivnosti berilijuma-7 i olova-210 u prizemnom sloju vazduha, i meteoroloških parametara. in 29. симпозијум ДЗЗСЦГ : зборник радова
Београд : Институт за нуклеарне науке "Винча" : Друштво за заштиту од зрачења Србије и Црне Горе., 19-27.
Ajtić J, Sarvan D, Todorović D, Rajačić M, Krneta-Nikolić JD, Đurđević V, Zorko B, Vodenik B, Glavič-Cindro D, Kožar Logar J. Faktorska analiza specifičnih aktivnosti berilijuma-7 i olova-210 u prizemnom sloju vazduha, i meteoroloških parametara. in 29. симпозијум ДЗЗСЦГ : зборник радова. 2017;:19-27..
Ajtić, Jelena, Sarvan, Darko, Todorović, Dragana, Rajačić, Milica, Krneta-Nikolić, Jelena D., Đurđević, Vladimir, Zorko, Benjamin, Vodenik, Branko, Glavič-Cindro, Denis, Kožar Logar, Jasmina, "Faktorska analiza specifičnih aktivnosti berilijuma-7 i olova-210 u prizemnom sloju vazduha, i meteoroloških parametara" in 29. симпозијум ДЗЗСЦГ : зборник радова (2017):19-27.

Comparison of air kerma area product and air kerma meter calibrations for X-ray radiation qualities used in diagnostic radiology

Hourdakis, Constantine J.; Csete, I.; Daures, J.; Jarvinen, Hannu; Mihailescu, L-C; Sochor, V.; Novak, L.; Pedersen, M.; Kosunen, A.; Toroi, P.; Denoziere, M.; Buermann, L.; Megzifene, A.; Einarsson, G.; Ferrari, P.; dePooter, J.; Bjerke, H.; Brodecki, M.; Cardoso, J.; Bercea, S.; Ciraj-Bjelac, Olivera; Compel, J.; Glavič-Cindro, Denis; Ginjaume, Merce; Persson, L.; Grindborg, J-E

(2015)

TY  - JOUR
AU  - Hourdakis, Constantine J.
AU  - Csete, I.
AU  - Daures, J.
AU  - Jarvinen, Hannu
AU  - Mihailescu, L-C
AU  - Sochor, V.
AU  - Novak, L.
AU  - Pedersen, M.
AU  - Kosunen, A.
AU  - Toroi, P.
AU  - Denoziere, M.
AU  - Buermann, L.
AU  - Megzifene, A.
AU  - Einarsson, G.
AU  - Ferrari, P.
AU  - dePooter, J.
AU  - Bjerke, H.
AU  - Brodecki, M.
AU  - Cardoso, J.
AU  - Bercea, S.
AU  - Ciraj-Bjelac, Olivera
AU  - Compel, J.
AU  - Glavič-Cindro, Denis
AU  - Ginjaume, Merce
AU  - Persson, L.
AU  - Grindborg, J-E
PY  - 2015
UR  - https://vinar.vin.bg.ac.rs/handle/123456789/2749
AB  - The EURAMET #1177 project, identified as EURAMET RI(I)-S9 comparison, was the first EURAMET wide scale supplementary comparison in the field of diagnostic radiology for air kerma area product, P-KA, and air kerma, K. It was conducted with the goal of testing the measurement and calibration capabilities for P-KA and K, as well as of supporting the relevant CMCs of the participating laboratories. Two commercial KAP meters and an ionization chamber were selected as transfer instruments and circulated between the 22 European participants. The measurements were performed from April 2011 until July 2012. The stability and the performance of the transfer instruments were tested by the pilot laboratory (IRCL/GAEC-EIM) and few other laboratories as well. The test results revealed that the energy (radiation quality), Q, irradiation area, A, and air kerma rate, K dependences of response of the transfer KAP meters influence the comparison of the results when different measurement conditions were pertained and therefore, appropriate correction factors were obtained and applied to the reported calibration results of the laboratories, when necessary. The comparison reference values (CRVs) for each instrument were determined as the weighted mean of the calibration coefficients of the three participating primary laboratories. The relative standard uncertainty of the CRVs were in the range of (0.4-1.6)% depending on the transfer instruments and beam qualities. The comparison result as the ratio of the corrected calibration coefficient of participant and the respective CRV, and its uncertainty were calculated for all beam qualities and transfer instruments. The informative degrees of equivalence (DoE) were calculated for the refrence RQR 5 beam quality. In case of air kema area product measurements the results for the RADCAL PDC KAP meter were used. The 216 KAP meter calibration results of the two different transfer instruments in terms of air kerma area product were consistent within 5% except 40 results of 8 participants. The 103 air kerma calibration results were consistent within 1.7%, except 10 results of 4 participants.
T2  - Metrologia
T1  - Comparison of air kerma area product and air kerma meter calibrations for X-ray radiation qualities used in diagnostic radiology
VL  - 52
DO  - 10.1088/0026-1394/52/1A/06024
ER  - 
@article{
author = "Hourdakis, Constantine J. and Csete, I. and Daures, J. and Jarvinen, Hannu and Mihailescu, L-C and Sochor, V. and Novak, L. and Pedersen, M. and Kosunen, A. and Toroi, P. and Denoziere, M. and Buermann, L. and Megzifene, A. and Einarsson, G. and Ferrari, P. and dePooter, J. and Bjerke, H. and Brodecki, M. and Cardoso, J. and Bercea, S. and Ciraj-Bjelac, Olivera and Compel, J. and Glavič-Cindro, Denis and Ginjaume, Merce and Persson, L. and Grindborg, J-E",
year = "2015",
abstract = "The EURAMET #1177 project, identified as EURAMET RI(I)-S9 comparison, was the first EURAMET wide scale supplementary comparison in the field of diagnostic radiology for air kerma area product, P-KA, and air kerma, K. It was conducted with the goal of testing the measurement and calibration capabilities for P-KA and K, as well as of supporting the relevant CMCs of the participating laboratories. Two commercial KAP meters and an ionization chamber were selected as transfer instruments and circulated between the 22 European participants. The measurements were performed from April 2011 until July 2012. The stability and the performance of the transfer instruments were tested by the pilot laboratory (IRCL/GAEC-EIM) and few other laboratories as well. The test results revealed that the energy (radiation quality), Q, irradiation area, A, and air kerma rate, K dependences of response of the transfer KAP meters influence the comparison of the results when different measurement conditions were pertained and therefore, appropriate correction factors were obtained and applied to the reported calibration results of the laboratories, when necessary. The comparison reference values (CRVs) for each instrument were determined as the weighted mean of the calibration coefficients of the three participating primary laboratories. The relative standard uncertainty of the CRVs were in the range of (0.4-1.6)% depending on the transfer instruments and beam qualities. The comparison result as the ratio of the corrected calibration coefficient of participant and the respective CRV, and its uncertainty were calculated for all beam qualities and transfer instruments. The informative degrees of equivalence (DoE) were calculated for the refrence RQR 5 beam quality. In case of air kema area product measurements the results for the RADCAL PDC KAP meter were used. The 216 KAP meter calibration results of the two different transfer instruments in terms of air kerma area product were consistent within 5% except 40 results of 8 participants. The 103 air kerma calibration results were consistent within 1.7%, except 10 results of 4 participants.",
journal = "Metrologia",
title = "Comparison of air kerma area product and air kerma meter calibrations for X-ray radiation qualities used in diagnostic radiology",
volume = "52",
doi = "10.1088/0026-1394/52/1A/06024"
}
Hourdakis, C. J., Csete, I., Daures, J., Jarvinen, H., Mihailescu, L., Sochor, V., Novak, L., Pedersen, M., Kosunen, A., Toroi, P., Denoziere, M., Buermann, L., Megzifene, A., Einarsson, G., Ferrari, P., dePooter, J., Bjerke, H., Brodecki, M., Cardoso, J., Bercea, S., Ciraj-Bjelac, O., Compel, J., Glavič-Cindro, D., Ginjaume, M., Persson, L.,& Grindborg, J.. (2015). Comparison of air kerma area product and air kerma meter calibrations for X-ray radiation qualities used in diagnostic radiology. in Metrologia, 52.
https://doi.org/10.1088/0026-1394/52/1A/06024
Hourdakis CJ, Csete I, Daures J, Jarvinen H, Mihailescu L, Sochor V, Novak L, Pedersen M, Kosunen A, Toroi P, Denoziere M, Buermann L, Megzifene A, Einarsson G, Ferrari P, dePooter J, Bjerke H, Brodecki M, Cardoso J, Bercea S, Ciraj-Bjelac O, Compel J, Glavič-Cindro D, Ginjaume M, Persson L, Grindborg J. Comparison of air kerma area product and air kerma meter calibrations for X-ray radiation qualities used in diagnostic radiology. in Metrologia. 2015;52.
doi:10.1088/0026-1394/52/1A/06024 .
Hourdakis, Constantine J., Csete, I., Daures, J., Jarvinen, Hannu, Mihailescu, L-C, Sochor, V., Novak, L., Pedersen, M., Kosunen, A., Toroi, P., Denoziere, M., Buermann, L., Megzifene, A., Einarsson, G., Ferrari, P., dePooter, J., Bjerke, H., Brodecki, M., Cardoso, J., Bercea, S., Ciraj-Bjelac, Olivera, Compel, J., Glavič-Cindro, Denis, Ginjaume, Merce, Persson, L., Grindborg, J-E, "Comparison of air kerma area product and air kerma meter calibrations for X-ray radiation qualities used in diagnostic radiology" in Metrologia, 52 (2015),
https://doi.org/10.1088/0026-1394/52/1A/06024 . .
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