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  • 2015:20 The effects of mild, acute hypoxia on cognitive performance

    Room air with reduced oxygen levels that prevent materials to ignite and combust is a cost-effective and increasingly popular fire prevention method. For system safety reasons, the effects of hypoxia, that is, the lack of sufficient oxygen (that is, less than 21% oxygen which is

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  • 2012:03 The IAEA Integrated Regulatory Review Service Mission to Sweden in February 2012

    The Swedish Government decided on January 22, 2009 to mandate the Swedish Radiation Safety Authority, SSM, to apply for an international review of the Author-ity and its areas of supervision, an ‘IRRS’ (Integrated Regulatory Review Service) carried out by the International Atomic Energy Agency

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  • 2007:02e Radiation Environment in Sweden, summary

    The radiation environment to which the population of Sweden is exposed is dominated by medical investigations and background radiation from the ground and building materials in our houses. That is the conclusion of the first general Swedish summary of environmental monitoring data and dose

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  • 1986:12 Chernobyl - its impact on Sweden

    In case of a radiological emergency in Sweden, the Swedish National Institute of Radiation Protection (SSI) has the responsibility of organ1z1ng a special task force with experts both from SSI and from other authorities. Reports of increased radiation l evels reached SSI around 10 am on April

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