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Personal ultraviolett-B dosimetry at Koldewey-Station by using an electronic dosimeter ELUV-14.

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El Naggar, S. E. D. , Gernandt, H. , Spelten, N. and Klaas, A. (2001): Personal ultraviolett-B dosimetry at Koldewey-Station by using an electronic dosimeter ELUV-14. , Environmental research in the Arctic 2000 : proceedings of the Second International Symposium on Environmental Research in the Arctic and Fifth Ny-Ålesund Scientific Seminar ; 23-25 February, NIPR, Tokyo / ed. by Okitsugu Watanabe... Tokyo : National Ins .
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Personal exposure of ultraviolet-B irradiance (UV-B) was measured by small portable dosimeter (ELUV-14) at Koldewey-Station in Ny-Ålesund, from May 15 to August 15, 1999. While ten persons carried those dosimeters global irradiance was simultaneously measured by a UV-B spectral radiometer. The highest erythemal weighted global UV-B dose was 2200 J/m2 recorded on June 8, 1999. The personal related maximum value was about 345 J/m2 on May 25, 1999. This corresponds to approximately 23% of the global dose recorded at the same day.

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