Articles and documents prepared by the RPI specialists

ICRP, ICRU, IAEA, WHO publications
  1. Assessing Public Exposure and Environmental Impacts due to Radioactive Discharges from Facilities and Activities, IAEA Safety Report Series (2022, in publication)
  2. Remediation Strategy and Process for Areas Affected by Past Activities or Events, IAEA Safety Standards Series No GSG-15 (2022)
  3. Occupational Intakes of Radionuclides: Part 5. ICRP Publication 151 (2022) with OIR Electronic Annex Distribution Set
  4. Case Study on Assessment of Radiological Environmental Impact from Normal Operation, IAEA-TECDOC-1996 (2022)
  5. Harmonization and Intercomparison of Models for Accidental Tritium Releases to the Atmosphere, Report of Working Group 7, Modelling and Data for Radiological Impact Assessments (MODARIA) Programme, IAEA-TECDOC-1991 (2022)
  6. Radiation Protection of Wildlife: Modelling the Exposure and Effects, Joint Summary Report of Working Groups 8 and 9 (MODARIA I) and Working Group 5 (MODARIA II), IAEA-TECDOC-1986 (2021)
  7. Assessment of Radioactive Contamination in Urban Areas, Report of Working Group 9 of the IAEA’s Environmental Modelling for Radiation Safety (EMRAS II) Programme, IAEA-TECDOC-1941 (2021)
  8. Case Study on Assessment of Radiological Environmental Impact from Potential Exposure, IAEA-TECDOC-1914 (2020)
  9. Occupational Intakes of Radionuclides: Part 4. ICRP Publication 141 (2019)
  10. Regulatory Control of Radioactive Discharges to the Environment, IAEA Safety Standards Series No GSG-9 (2018)
  11. Radiation Monitoring for Protection of the Public after Major Releases of Radionuclides to the Environment, ICRU Report 92 (2018)
  12. Radiation Protection of the Public and the Environment, IAEA Safety Standards Series No GSG-8 (2018)
  13. Occupational Intakes of Radionuclides: Part 3. ICRP Publication 137 (2017)
  14. Performance of Models in Radiological Impact Assessment for Normal Operation, Report of Working Group 1 of the IAEA’s Environmental Modelling for Radiation Safety (EMRAS II) Programme, IAEA-TECDOC-1808 (2017)
  15. Occupational Intakes of Radionuclides: Part 2. ICRP Publication 134 (2016)
  16. Environmental Change in Post-Closure Safety Assessment of Solid Radioactive Waste Repositories, Report of Working Group 3 of the IAEA’s Environmental Modelling for Radiation Safety (EMRAS II) Programme, IAEA-TECDOC-1799 (2016)
  17. Determining the suitability of materials for disposal at sea under the London Convention 1972 and London Protocol 1996: a radiological assessment procedure, IAEA-TECDOC-1759 (2015)
  18. Occupational Intakes of Radionuclides: Part 1. ICRP Publication 130 (2015)
  19. Radiation Protection and Safety of Radiation Sources. International Basic Safety Standards. General Safety Requirements Part 3 (2014)
  20. Transfer of Tritium in the Environment after Accidental Releases from Nuclear Facilities, Report of Working Group 7 of the IAEA’s Environmental Modelling for Radiation Safety (EMRAS II) Programme, IAEA-TECDOC-1738 (2014)
  21. Environmental sensitivity in nuclear emergencies in rural and semi-natural environments: report of Working Group 8, environmental sensitivity of EMRAS II topical heading approaches for assessing emergency situations, IAEA-TECDOC-1719 (2013)
  22. Characterization of Radioactive Material and Waste after a Severe Accident. IAEA Material of the Annual Meeting of the International Network of Laboratories for Nuclear Waste Characterization (LABONET) (2013)
  23. Preliminary Dose Estimation from the Nuclear Accident after the 2011 Great East Japan Earthquake and Tsunami, WHO Press (2012)
  24. Environmental Modelling for Radiation Safety (EMRAS) — A Summary Report of the Results of the EMRAS Programme (2003-2007). IAEA-TECDOC-1678 (2012)
  25. Database for Dose Coefficients: Doses to Infants from Mothers’ Milk. ICRP CD3. Ver. 2.0 (2012)
  26. Programmes and Systems for Source and Environmental Radiation Monitoring. IAEA Safety Report Series No 64 (2010)
  27. Handbook of Parameter Values for the Prediction of Radionuclide Transfer in Terrestrial and Freshwater Environments, IAEA Technical Report Series No 472 (2010)
  28. The 2007 Recommendations of the International Commission on Radiological Protection. ICRP Publication 103 (2007)
  29. Application of the concepts of exclusion, exemption and clearance, IAEA Safety Guide No RS-G-1.7 (2004)
  30. Dose to Infants from Ingestion of Radionuclides in Mothers’ Milk. ICRP Publication 95 (2004)
  31. Radiation Legacy of the 20th Century: Environmental Restoration. IAEA-TECDOC-1280 (2002)
  32. Basic Anatomical and Physiological Data for Use in Radiological Protection: Reference Values. ICRP Publication 89 (2002)
  33. Database of Dose Coefficients: Embryo and Fetus. ICRP CD2 (2002)
  34. Database of Dose Coefficients: Workers and Members of the Public. CD-ROM. v.1&2 (2001)
  35. Doses to the Embryo and Fetus from Intakes of Radionuclides by the Mother. ICRP Publication 88 (2001)
  36. Restoration of environments affected by residues from radiological accidents: Approaches to decision making, IAEA-TECDOC-1131 (2000)
  37. Assessment of Doses to the Public from Ingested Radionuclides, IAEA Safety Report Series No 14 (1999)
  38. Intercomparison and Biokinetic Model Validation of Radionuclide Intake Assessment, IAEA-TECDOC-1071 (1999);
  39. Individual Monitoring for Internal Exposure of Workers. ICRP Publication 78 (1997)
  40. Low doses of ionizing radiation: biological effects and regulatory control, IAEA-TECDOC-975 (1997)
  41. Conversion Coefficients for Use in Radiological Protection. ICRP Publication 74 (1996)
  42. Age-Dependent Doses to Members of the Public from Intake of Radionuclides: Part 5. Compilation of Ingestion and Inhalation Dose Coefficients. ICRP Publication 72 (1995)
  43. Age-Dependent Doses to Members of the Public from Intake of Radionuclides: Part 4. Inhalation Dose Coefficients. ICRP Publication 71 (1995)
  44. Basic Anatomical and Physiological Data: The Skeleton. ICRP Publication 70 (1995)
  45. Age-Dependent Doses to Members of the Public from Intake of Radionuclides: Part 3. Ingestion Dose Coefficients. ICRP Publication 69 (1995)
Norms, rules, standards, normative and normative-methodical documents, regulations, guidances          to the top of the page  ↑
  1. Permissible atmospheric discharge of Zaporizhzhia NPP (radiation-hygienic rules of group I) (00.РБ.XQ.Рг.04-21), 2021
  2. Permissible liquid discharge of Zaporizhzhia NPP (radiation-hygienic rules of group I) (00.РБ.XQ.Рг.05-21), 2021
  3. Control levels for the atmospheric and liquid discharge and for exposure doses for the category A personnel of Zaporizhzhia NPP (radiation-hygienic rules of group I) (00.РБ.XQ.Рг.07-21), 2021
  4. Permissible atmospheric and liquid discharge of radioactive substances of South-Ukraine NPP to the environment (radiation-hygienic rules of group I) (RG.0.0026.0159), 2021
  5. The establishment of the boundaries of the zone for special industrial use. Radiological protection criteria, 2019
  6. Radiation-dosimetric passportization of settlements of the territory of Ukraine exposed to radioactive contamination as a result of the ChNPP accident, 2019
  7. Instructions on radiation safety of Zaporizhzhia NPP (00.VN.IN.10-19), 2019
  8. Control levels for the atmospheric and liquid discharge of radioactive substances to the environment and for exposure doses for the category A personnel of South-Ukraine NPP (radiation-hygienic rules of group I), 2019
  9. Control levels for the atmospheric and liquid discharge of radioactive substances of Khmelnytskyi NPP (radiation-hygienic rules of group I), 2019
  10. Permissible liquid discharge of radioactive substances of Rivne NPP (radiation-hygienic rules of group I), 2019
  11. Permissible atmospheric discharge of radioactive substances of Rivne NPP (radiation-hygienic rules of group I), 2019
  12. Control levels for the atmospheric and liquid discharge of Rivne NPP (radiation-hygienic rules of group I), 2019
  13. Control levels of radiation-dangerous factors for Hydrometallurgical Plant of Eastern MPP (radiation-hygienic rules of group I), 2019
  14. Control levels of radiation-dangerous factors for Ingul Mine of Eastern MPP (radiation-hygienic rules of group I), 2018
  15. Ensuring radiation safety. Methods of carrying out individual dosimetric monitoring of external and internal exposure of personnel in emergency conditions (SOU NAEK 163:2018), the standard of NNEGC “Energoatom”, 2018
  16. Ensuring radiation safety. Methods of dose planning for personnel involved in emergency response (SOU NAEK 161:2018), the standard of NNEGC “Energoatom”, 2018
  17. Control levels of radiation-dangerous factors for Smolinsk Mine of Eastern MPP (radiation-hygienic rules of group I), 2018
  18. Ensuring radiation safety and protection of human health from exposure by radioactive substances when using wood fuel by enterprises in the near zone of the Chernobyl NPP. Guidance, 2017
  19. Radiation safety improvement program for Zaporizhzhia NPP (00.RB.00.PM.24-16), 2017
  20. Ensuring radiation safety. Dosimetric monitoring. Assessment of the effective dose of external exposure to personnel of nuclear power plants. Guidance (SOU NAEK 115:2016), standard of NNEGC “Energoatom”, 2016
  21. Ensuring radiation safety. Radiation criteria for the classification of emergencies at NPPs (SOU NAEK 112:2016), the standard of NNEGC “Energoatom”, 2016
  22. Ensuring radiation safety. Methods of assessing the extent and significance of emergency atmospheric and liquid releases of nuclear power plants to the environment. General requirements (SOU NAEK 110:2016), the standard of NNEGC “Energoatom”, 2016
  23. Control levels for the atmospheric and liquid discharge of radioactive substances and for exposure doses for the category A personnel of Zaporizhzhia NPP (radiation-hygienic rules of group I) (00.RB.XQ.Rg.07-16), 2016
  24. Control levels for the atmospheric and liquid discharge of radioactive substances to the environment and for exposure doses for the category A personnel of South-Ukraine NPP (radiation-hygienic rules of group I) (№ RG.0.0026.0035), 2016
  25. Control levels for the atmospheric and liquid discharge of Rivne NPP (radiation-hygienic rules of group I) (132‑2016‑KR‑ZRB), 2016
  26. Ensuring radiation safety. Dosimetric monitoring. Coefficients used to calculate the effective dose of internal exposure (SOU NAEK 106:2015), the standard of NNEGC “Energoatom”, 2015
  27. Ensuring radiation safety. Dosimetric monitoring. Assessment of the effective dose of internal exposure of NPP personnel on the basis of bioassay measurements. Guidance (SOU NAEK 105:2015), standard of NNEGC “Energoatom”, 2015
  28. Control levels of radiation-dangerous factors на Smolinsk Mine Eastern MPP (radiation-hygienic rules of group I), 2015
  29. Control levels of radiation-dangerous factors на Ingul Mine Eastern MPP (radiation-hygienic rules of group I), 2014
  30. Ensuring radiation safety. The procedure for establishing the size of the sanitary protection zone of an NPP (SOU NAEK 023:2014), standard of NNEGC “Energoatom”, 2014
  31. Regulations on radiation safety and radiological protection on the territory of the zone of special radiation hazard of Chornobyl NPP (sanitary protection zone of ChNPP), 2014
  32. Permissible liquid discharge of radioactive substances of Chornobyl NPP (radiation-hygienic rules of group I), 2014
  33. Permissible atmospheric discharge of radioactive substances of Chornobyl NPP (radiation-hygienic rules of group I), 2014
  34. Control levels for the atmospheric and liquid discharge of radioactive substances of Khmelnytskyi NPP (radiation-hygienic rules of group I), 2014
  35. Control levels for radiation parameters at nuclear plants (radiation-hygienic rules of group I). Rules for establishing (SOU NAEK 025:2013), the standard of NNEGC “Energoatom”, 2013
  36. Control levels for the atmospheric and liquid discharge of radioactive substances to the environment and for exposure doses for the category A personnel of South-Ukraine NPP (radiation-hygienic rules of group I), 2013
  37. Integrated dosimetric passportization and results of the WBC monitoring of settlements of Ukraine exposed to radioactive contamination after the Chornobyl accident. Data for 2012 (Collection 15), 2013
  38. Control levels for atmospheric and liquid discharge Rivne NPP (radiation-hygienic rules of group I), 2013
  39. Control levels for the atmospheric and liquid discharge of radioactive substances and for exposure doses for the category A personnel of Zaporizhzhia NPP (radiation-hygienic rules of group I), 2013
  40. Permissible atmospheric discharge and permissible liquid discharge of radioactive substances of Khmelnytskyi NPP (radiation-hygienic rules of group I), 2013
  41. Permissible atmospheric discharge Zaporizhzhia NPP (radiation-hygienic rules of group I), 2013
  42. Permissible liquid discharge of radioactive substances of Zaporizhzhia NPP (radiation-hygienic rules of group I), 2012
  43. Integrated dosimetric passportization and results of the WBC monitoring of settlements of Ukraine exposed to radioactive contamination after the Chornobyl accident. Data for 2011 (Collection 14), 2012
  44. Permissible liquid discharge for East-Ore Ltd (radiation-hygienic rules of group I), 2012
  45. Control levels of radiation-dangerous factors for Hydrometallurgical Plant of Eastern MPP (radiation-hygienic rules of group I), 2012
  46. Sanitary Compliance Report. Dry storage of spent nuclear fuel (HOYaT-2) of the Chernobyl NPP. Construction completion project, 2012
  47. Permissible liquid discharge of radioactive substances of Rivne NPP (radiation-hygienic rules of group I), 2012
  48. Permissible atmospheric discharge of radioactive substances of Rivne NPP (radiation-hygienic rules of group I), 2012
  49. Criteria by which activity on the use of ionizing radiation sources is exempted from licensing, 2011
  50. Requirements for determining the size and boundaries of the observation area of a nuclear power plant, 2011
  51. Sanitary Compliance Report. Creation of a facility for RAW reprocessing at Zaporizhzhia NPP, 2011
  52. Sanitary Compliance Report. The building for the processing of low-level waste of and storage for solid RAW. Radioactive waste processing facility of Rivne NPP, 2011
  53. Guidelines for the organization and carrying out of individual dosimetric monitoring at NPPs (SOU‑N YaEK 1.029:2011), Normative document of the Ministry of Energy and Coal Industry, 2011
  54. Control levels of radiation-dangerous factors for Smolinsk Mine of Eastern MPP (radiation-hygienic rules of group I), 2010
  55. Control levels of radiation-dangerous factors for Ingul Mine of Eastern MPP (radiation-hygienic rules of group I), 2010
  56. Procedure for clearance of radioactive materials from regulatory control within the practice, 2010
  57. Hygienic norms “Exemption of radioactive materials from regulatory control”, 2010
  58. Permissible atmospheric discharge and control levels for the Eastern MPP facilities (Hydrometallurgical Plant and Shcherbakivska gully), 2009
  59. Sanitary Compliance Report. Dry storage of spent nuclear fuel of Zaporizhzhya NPP, 2009
  60. Control levels for the atmospheric and liquid discharge of radioactive substances to the environment and for exposure doses for the category A personnel of South-Ukraine NPP (radiation-hygienic rules of group I), 2009
  61. Control levels for the atmospheric and liquid discharge of radioactive substances of Rivne NPP (radiation-hygienic rules of group I), 2009
  62. Integrated dosimetric passportization and results of the WBC monitoring of settlements of Ukraine exposed to radioactive contamination after the Chornobyl accident. Summarized data for 2008 (Collection 13), 2009
  63. Control levels for the atmospheric and liquid discharge of radioactive substances and for exposure doses for the category A personnel of Zaporizhzhia NPP (radiation-hygienic rules of group I), 2009
  64. Methods of determining the radiation criteria for the classification of emergencies at NPPs (STP 0.03.079-2009), the standard of NNEGC “Energoatom”, 2009
  65. Permissible liquid discharge of radioactive substances of Zaporizhzhia NPP (radiation-hygienic rules of group I), 2009
  66. Methods of assessing the extent and significance of emergency atmospheric releases of ChNPP to the environment, 2008
  67. Methods of performing individual dosimetric monitoring of external and internal exposure of personnel in radiation emergency conditions at ChNPP, 2008
  68. Methods of dose planning for personnel involved in radiation emergency response at ChNPP, 2008
  69. Methods of determining the effective dose of external exposure. Guidance of the Chornobyl NPP, 2008
  70. Levels for restricted clearance for ChNPP site and materials from regulatory control (radiation and hygienic criteria for the end state of ChNPP industrial site during decommissioning), 2008
  71. Integrated dosimetric passportization and results of the WBC monitoring of settlements of Ukraine exposed to radioactive contamination after the Chornobyl accident. Summarized data for 2007 (Collection 12), 2008
  72. Control levels of radiation-dangerous factors for Hydrometallurgical Plant of Eastern MPP (radiation-hygienic rules of group I), 2008
  73. Permissible liquid discharge of radioactive substances of South-Ukraine NPP (radiation-hygienic rules of group I), 2008
  74. Regulation of radiation monitoring for Rivne NPP (132-1-R-RB), 2007
  75. Sanitary Compliance Report. Temporary storage of solid waste of group III and LILL RAW in the storage of liquid and solid RAW. Industrial complex for the processing of solid RAW of ChNPP, 2007
  76. Individual monitoring of internal exposure of personnel involved in work at the Shelter object. Guidelines, 2007
  77. Permissible atmospheric discharge South-Ukraine NPP (radiation-hygienic rules of group I), 2007
  78. Integrated dosimetric passportization and results of the WBC monitoring of settlements of Ukraine exposed to radioactive contamination after the Chornobyl accident. Summarized data for 2005 2006 (Collection 11), 2007
  79. Rules and conditions for the exemption of radioactive waste placed in near-surface storage facilities from the regulatory control, 2007
  80. Criteria for radiation monitoring of emergency conditions of Chornobyl NPP, 2007
  81. Assessment of the effective dose of internal exposure of NPP personnel on the basis of bioassay measurements. Guidance (STP 0.03.064-2007), standard of NNEGC “Energoatom”, 2007
  82. Methods of assessing the extent and significance of emergency atmospheric and liquid releases of nuclear power plants to the environment. General requirements (STP 0.20.061‑2007), the standard of NNEGC “Energoatom”, 2007
  83. Monitoring of internal doses of Rivne NPP personnel. Guidance, 2006
  84. Monitoring of doses of critical groups of the population of the Rivne NPP supervision zone (during routine atmospheric and liquid discharge). Guidance, 2006
  85. Methods of carrying out individual dosimetric monitoring of external and internal exposure of personnel in emergency conditions. General requirements (STP 0.20.063-2006), the standard of NNEGC “Energoatom”, 2006
  86. Methods of dose planning for personnel involved in emergency response. General requirements (STP 0.20.062‑2006), the standard of NNEGC “Energoatom”, 2006
  87. Control levels for the atmospheric and liquid discharge of radioactive substances to the environment and for exposure doses for the category A personnel of South-Ukraine NPP (radiation-hygienic rules of group I), 2006
  88. Permissible levels of 137Cs and 90Sr activity concentration in foodstuff and drinking water, 2006
  89. Explanations for the New Safe Confinement (NSC) Sanitary Compliance Report structure and contents, 2006
  90. Instructions on radiation safety of Rivne NPP (132-1-E-RB), 2006
  91. Permissible liquid discharge of radioactive substances of Rivne NPP (radiation-hygienic rules of group I), 2006
  92. Permissible atmospheric discharge of radioactive substances of Rivne NPP (radiation-hygienic rules of group I), 2005
  93. Control levels for the atmospheric and liquid discharge of radioactive substances of Rivne NPP (radiation-hygienic rules of group I), 2005
  94. Design criteria for restricting potential exposure for a new safe confinement, 2005
  95. Design permissible levels for a new safe confinement, 2005
  96. Integrated dosimetric passportization of settlements of Ukraine exposed to radioactive contamination after the Chornobyl accident. Summarized data for 2001 2004 (Collection 10), 2005
  97. Basic Sanitary Rules for Radiation Safety of Ukraine (OSPU), 2005
  98. Industry regulatory document of the Ministry of Fuel and Energy of Ukraine “Regulation of radiation monitoring for power units with WWER reactors. Typical content” (GND 95.1.01.03.057-2004), 2004
  99. Classification of soils and other materials generated during earthwork in the framework of the Shelter implementation plan, 2004
  100. Permissible atmospheric discharge of radioactive substances of Chornobyl NPP (radiation-hygienic rules of group I), 2004
  101. Permissible liquid discharge of Chornobyl NPP (radiation-hygienic rules of group I), 2004
  102. Criteria for radiation monitoring of emergency conditions of Shelter Object of Chornobyl NPP, 2004
  103. Sanitary rules for radiation safety during the execution and design of work at the Shelter object (SPRB-OU) (STP 3.014-2004), the standard of Chornobyl NPP, 2004
  104. Permissible atmospheric discharge of radioactive substances of Zaporizhzhia NPP (radiation-hygienic rules of group I), 2004
  105. Permissible liquid discharge of radioactive substances of Zaporizhzhia NPP (radiation-hygienic rules of group I), 2004
  106. The procedure for calculating the doses of normal and potential exposure of the personnel during the planning and design of work at the Shelter Object, 2004
  107. Report on the analysis of the dosimetric situation as a result of the impact of the beyond design basis event of a tornado of class 3.0 on a new safe confinement designed for a tornado of class 1.5, 2003
  108. Control levels for the atmospheric and liquid discharge of radioactive substances and for exposure doses for the category A personnel of Zaporizhzhia NPP (radiation-hygienic rules of group I), 2003
  109. Control levels of radionuclides concentration in the water of the cooling pond and in the control section of the Southern Bug River (radiation-hygienic rules of group I), 2003
  110. Control levels for the atmospheric and liquid discharge of radioactive substances to the environment and for exposure doses for the category A personnel of South-Ukraine NPP (radiation-hygienic rules of group I), 2003
  111. The structure and content of the Sanitary Compliance Report for work projects at the Shelter object (radiation-hygienic rules), 2003
  112. The procedure for establishing permissible levels for liquid and atmospheric discharges of Ukrainian NPPs (radiation-hygienic rules of group I). Guidance, 2002
  113. Control levels for radiation parameters at nuclear plants (radiation-hygienic rules of group I). General rules for establishing. Guidance (STP 0.26.040-2002), standard of NNEGC “Energoatom”, 2002
  114. Monitoring of internal doses of the personnel of Rivne NPP. Guidance, 2002
  115. Permissible liquid discharge of radioactive substances of Rivne NPP (radiation-hygienic rules of group I), 2001
  116. Control levels for the liquid discharge of radioactive substances of Rivne NPP (KU-S-2001) (radiation-hygienic rules of group I), 2001
  117. Permissible concentrations of radionuclides in the air of rooms in the controlled zone of Rivne NPP, 2001
  118. Methods for determining the effective dose of external gamma exposure. Guidance of the Shelter Object of the Chornobyl NPP, 2001
  119. Integrated dosimetric passportization of settlements of Ukraine exposed to radioactive contamination after the Chornobyl accident. Summarized data for 1998, 1999 and 2000 (Collection 9), 2001
  120. Permissible atmospheric and liquid discharge of radioactive substances of Khmelnytskyi NPP (radiation-hygienic rules of group I), 2001
  121. Control levels for the atmospheric and liquid discharge of radioactive substances of Khmelnytskyi NPP (radiation-hygienic rules of group I), 2001
  122. Norms of Radiation Safety of Ukraine; supplement: Radiation protection from the sources of potential exposure (NRBU-97/D-2000), 2000
  123. Control levels for the atmospheric and liquid discharge of radioactive substances of Rivne NPP (KU-V-2000) (radiation-hygienic rules of group I), 2000
  124. Permissible atmospheric discharge of radioactive substances of Rivne NPP (radiation-hygienic rules of group I), 2000
  125. Integrated dosimetric passportization of settlements of Ukraine exposed to radioactive contamination after the Chornobyl accident. Summarized data for 1998 and 1999 (Collection 8), 2000
  126. Permissible atmospheric discharge and control levels for the atmospheric discharge of radioactive substances of South-Ukraine NPP (radiation-hygienic rules of group I), 2000
  127. Methods for assessing the doses of internal exposure for the Shelter Object personnel (based on the results of operational control). Guidance, 2000
  128. Permissible liquid discharge of radioactive substances of Zaporizhzhia NPP (radiation-hygienic rules of group I), 1998
  129. Retrospectively predicted doses to the population and Integrated dosimetric passportization in 1997 of settlements of Ukraine exposed to radioactive contamination as a result of the Chornobyl accident (Collection 7), 1998
  130. Permissible liquid discharge of radioactive substances of South-Ukraine NPP (radiation-hygienic rules of group I), 1998
  131. Permissible atmospheric discharge of radioactive substances of Zaporizhzhia NPP, 1997 (radiation-hygienic rules of group I)
  132. Norms of Radiation Safety of Ukraine (NRBU-97), 1997
  133. Integrated dosimetric passportization of settlements of Ukraine exposed to radioactive contamination after the Chornobyl accident (Collection 6), 1997
  134. Reconstruction and prediction of doses to the population living in the territories of Ukraine exposed to radioactive contamination as a result of the ChNPP accident (Methodology-97), 1997
  135. Radiation-dosimetric passportization of settlements of the territory of Ukraine exposed to radioactive contamination as a result of the ChNPP accident, including thyroid dosimetric passportization (Methodology-96), 1996
  136. Methodical recommendations for measurements using whole body counters during dosimetric passportization of settlements of Ukraine, 1995
Articles, reports, abstracts          to the top of the page  ↑
  1. Bounding uncertainties around the conceptual representation of species in radiological assessment in the context of routine atmospheric release. B.Charrasse, J.C.Mora, T.Anderson, Yu.Bonchuk, D.Telleria. Journal of Radiological Protection, Vol.42, No.2, 2022
  2. Results of WBC-monitoring of firefighters participating in response to Chornobyl forest fires in April–May 2020. D.A.Bazyka, P.A.Fedirko, V.V.Vasylenko, O.O.Kolosynska, Z.S.Yaroshenko, M.S.Kuriata, M.S.Kramarenko, G.M.Zadorozhna, V.B.Berkovskyy, G.G.Ratia, N.I.Iskra. Problems of radiation medicine and radiobiology. – 2020. – Vol.25. – p.177-187
  3. Comprehensive radiological and hygienic monitoring of particular settlements of Kyiv region in 2019. V.V.Vasylenko, G.M.Zadorozhna, M.S.Kuriata, L.O.Lytvynetz, D.V.Novak, N.I.Iskra, L.P.Mischenko. Problems of radiation medicine and radiobiology. – 2020. – Vol.25. – p.188-203
  4. Improvements in individual dose measurement techniques following nuclear emergencies. M.A.López, V.Berkovskyy, G.Ratia, C.Challeton-de-Vathaire, E.Davesne, J.Eakins, D.Franck, A.Giussani, D.Gregoratto, C.Hernandez, U.Kulka, A.Mafodda, J.W.Marsh, J.F.Navarro, U.Oestreicher, B.Pérez, I.Sierra, C.Woda. Radioprotection, Vol.55, 2020, S89–S93
  5. On the use of reference areas for prospective dose assessments on populations of wildlife for planned atmospheric discharges around nuclear installations. J.C.Mora, V.Amado, F.Manso, B.Charrasse, J.Smith, A.T.K.Ikonen, B.Zorko, Yu.Bonchuk, E.Leclerc, C.Boyer, T.Anderson, A.Anderson, P.Carný, D.M.Telleria. Environmental Research, Vol.182, 2020
  6. A Robust Methodology for Assessing Thyroid Absorbed Doses Based on Individual Monitoring Data after a Severe Nuclear Accident. V.Berkovskyy, G.Ratia, Y.Bonchuk, T.Vrba, D.Gregoratto, D.Broggio, P.Teles, M.Antonia Lopez. Radiation Measurements, Vol.129, 2019
  7. A survey on emergency thyroid monitoring strategies and capacities in Europe and comparison with international recommendations. O.M.Gil, M.Youngman, P.Vaz, P.Angus, P.Battisti, V.Berkovskyy, Yu.Bonchuk, D.Broggio, K.Brudecki, K.Dąbrowski, T.J.H.de Groot, P.Fojtík, D.Franck, A.Jaworska, F.Jourquin, N.Jug, J.K.Kónyi, G.Krajewska, A.L.Lebacq, M.Leenders, M.Lepasson, M.A.Lopez, I.Malátova, J.O.Martins, O.Meisenberg, J.Ośko, T.Pázmándi, M.S.Peace, P.Rosário, P.Solný, M.Stenström, O.Stoyanov, M.L.Tormo, A.Urboniene, Z.Vagfoldi, V.Vasilenko, P.Willens, P.Zagyvai. Radiation Measurements, Vol.128, 2019
  8. Child and adult thyroid monitoring after a reactor accident (CAThyMARA): Technical recommendations and remaining gaps. D.Broggio, S.Baudé, A.Belchior, V.Berkovskyy, Y.Bonchuk, J.Dewoghélaëre, G.Etherington, P.Fojtík, D.Franck, J.M.Gomez-Ros, D.Gregoratto, J.Helebrant, G.H.Dubreuil, J.Hůlka, M.Isaksson, A.Kocsonya, A.-L.Lebacq, I.Likhtarev, P.Lombardo, M.A.Lopez, I.Malátová, J.W.Marsh, I.Mitu, O.M.Gil, M.Moraleda, J.F.Navarro, J.Ośko, A.Pántya, T.Pázmándi, B.Perez, V.Pospisil, G.Ratia, M.-A.Saizu, P.Szántó, P.Teles, K.Tymińska, F.Vanhavere, P.Vaz, T.Vrba, I.Vu, M.Youngman, P.Zagyvai. Radiation Measurements, Vol.128, 2019
  9. Assessment from in vivo measurements of thyroid dose due to iodine-131 inhalation when stable iodine has been administered. D.Broggio, P.Teles, T.Vrba, V.Berkovskyy. Radiation Measurements, Vol.127, 2019
  10. Age-dependent calibration factors for in-vivo monitoring of 131I in thyroid using Monte Carlo simulations. J.M.Gómez-Ros, M.Moraleda, P.Teles, K.Tymińska, M.A.Saizu, D.Gregoratto, P.Lombardo, V.Berkovsky, G.Ratia, D.Broggio. Radiation Measurements, Vol.125, 2019, p.96-105
  11. Does the use of reference organisms in radiological impact assessments provide adequate protection of all the species within an environment?. B.Charrasse, A.Anderson, J.C.Mora, J.Smith, E.Cohenny, A.T.K.Ikonen, V.Kangasniemi, B.Zorko, Yu.Bonchuk, L.Beaumelle, N.Gunawardena, V.Amado, L.Liptak, E.Leclerc, D.Telleria. Science of The Total Environment. Vol.658, 2019, p.189-198
  12. Evaluation of main foodstuffs consumption by residents of particular settlements on radiologically contaminated territories of Ukraine. V.V.Vasylenko, G.M.Zadorozhna, M.S.Kuriata, L.O.Lytvynets, D.V.Novak, L.P.Mishchenko. Problems of radiation medicine and radiobiology. – 2019. – Vol.24. – p.93-108
  13. Reforming of public health system: the role and place of health care facilities of the tertiary level in radiation emergencies in martial law. D.A.Bazyka, K.M.Loganovsky, O.O.Petrychenko, V.B.Berkovskyy. Problems of radiation medicine and radiobiology. – 2018. – Vol.23. – p.21-36
  14. Individual radiological monitoring after major releases of radionuclides to the environment. V.Berkovski, G.Ratia, Yu.Bonchuk. Problems of radiation medicine and radiobiology. – 2018. – Vol.23. – p.37-48
  15. Results of WBC measurements were made at radioactively contaminated territories of Ukraine in 1986–2014 (revision and analysis). V.V.Vasylenko, S.V.Masiuk, О.М.Ivanova, V.O.Pikta, Z.N.Boiko, М.І.Chepurny, V.B.Buderatska, G.M.Zadorozhna, L.O.Lytvynets, M.S.Kramarenko, G.V.Fedosenko, A.G.Kukush, M.S.Kuriata, N.S.Zhadan, T.F.Babenko. Problems of radiation medicine and radiobiology. – 2018. – Vol.23. – p.120-138
  16. Results of comprehensive radiological & hygienic monitoring in some settlements of radiologically contaminated areas in Rivne region in 2017. V.V.Vasylenko, S.Yu.Nechaev, M.Ya.Tsigankov, V.O.Pikta, G.M.Zadorozhna, M.S.Kuriata, L.O.Lytvynetz, L.P.Mischenko, T.F.Babenko. – 2018. – Vol.23. – p.139-152
  17. Methodology of reconstruction of individualized exposure doses for persons residing at radioactively contaminated territories of Ukraine. О.М.Ivanova, L.M.Kovgan, S.V.Masiuk. Problems of radiation medicine and radiobiology. – 2018. – Vol.23. – p.164-187
  18. Harmonisation of standards for permissible radionuclide activity concentrations in foodstuffs in the long term after the Chernobyl accident. M.Balonov, V.Kashparov, A.Nikolaenko, V.Berkovskyy, S.Fesenko. Journal of Radiological Protection, Vol.38, No.2, 2018
  19. Quantifying exposure of plants and animals to radiation: a new methodology. N.Beresford, J.Brown, Yu.Bonchuk, H.Phillips, K.Thiessen, A.Ulanowski, T.Yankovich. In: 3rd European Radiological Protection Research Week, Rovinj-Rovingo, Croatia, 1-5 Oct 2018
  20. Comparative Histopathologic Analysis of “Radiogenic” and “Sporadic” Papillary Thyroid Carcinoma: Patients Born before and after the Chernobyl Accident. T.I.Bogdanova, V.A.Saenko, A.V.Brenner, L.Yu.Zurnadzhy, T.I.Rogounovitch, I.A.Likhtarov, S.V.Masiuk, L.M.Kovgan, V.M.Shpak, G.A.Thomas, S.J.Chanock, K.Mabuchi, M.D.Tronko, S.Yamashita. Thyroid. 2018 Jul;28(7):880-890
  21. CAThyMARA report: Technical guidelines for radioiodine in thyroid monitoring. G.Etherington, J.Marsh, D.Gregoratto, M.Youngman, D.Franck, A.L.Lebacq, M.Isaksson, J.Ośko, J.M.Gómez-Ros, M.A.Lopez, P.Fotjik, I.Malatova, P.Zagyvai, O.Monteiro Gil, P.Teles, P.Vaz, M.A.Saizu, T.Vrba, V.Berkovskyy, G.Ratia, Y.Bonchuk, D.Broggio. OPERRA Deliverable D5.31, 2017. 76 p.
  22. CAThyMARA report: Demonstration software, if relevant, for dose calculations in case of nuclear crisis. T.Vrba, V.Berkovsky, V.Pospisil, I.Bonchuk, I.Likhtariov, G.Ratia, M.A.Lopez, P.Teles, G.Etherington, P.Zagyvai, D.Broggio. OPERRA Deliverable D5.29, 2017. 8 p.
  23. CAThyMARA report: Report of WP6 about dose assessment tools and associated demonstration software. T.Vrba, V.Berkovskyy, G.Ratia, Y.Bonchuk, D.Broggio, P.Teles, D.Gregoratto, M.A.Lopez. OPERRA Deliverable D5.28, 2017. 97 p.
  24. Reconstruction of individualized doses of subjects from the Ukrainian State Register – of Persons that Affected due to Chornobyl accident and reside in Korosten raion of Zhytomyr oblast. О.М.Ivanova, S.V.Masiuk, Z.N.Boiko, М.І.Chepurny, V.B.Gerasymenko, G.V.Fedosenko, V.V.Vasylenko, L.O.Lytvynets, V.O.Pikta, L.М.Kovgan, N.S.Zhadan, S.О.Tereshchenko, І.G.Kravchenko, G.І.Коrtushin, О.D.Marcenjuk, A.G.Kukush. Problems of radiation medicine and radiobiology. – 2017. – Vol.22. – p.126-146
  25. Long-term programme of biophysical monitoring of the personnel involved in the construction of the NSC. V.Berkovskyy, Iu.Bonchuk, G.Ratia, M.Tsygankov, V.Vasylenko, V.Sakhno, T.Volkerniuk, S.Gorbachov. Problems of nuclear power plants’ safety and of Chornobyl. – 2017. – Vol.29. – p.50–55
  26. Neonatal outcomes following exposure in utero to fallout from Chernobyl. M.Hatch, M.P.Little, A.V.Brenner, E.K.Cahoon, V.Tereshchenko, L.Chaikovska, I.Pasteur, I.Likhtarov, A.Bouville, V.Shpak, O.Bolshova, G.Zamotayeva, K.Grantz, L.Sun, K.Mabuchi, P.Albert, M.Tronko. European Journal of Epidemiology. 2017;32(12):1075-1088
  27. Radiation Risk Estimation: Based on Measurement Error Models. S.Masiuk, A.Kukush, S.Shklyar, M.Chepurny, I.Likhtarov. De Gruyter Series in Mathematics and Life Sciences. 2017;5
  28. Sanitary protective zones of NPPs, radiation and hygienic requirements for their assignment. Yu.V.Bonchuk. Problems of radiation medicine and radiobiology. – 2016. – Vol.21. – p.91-105
  29. Experimental reconstruction of historical WBC-measuring procedure in 1986. V.V.Vasynenko, O.M.Ivanova, L.O.Lytvynets, V.O.Pikta, G.M.Zadorozhna, M.I.Chepurnyi, I.A.Likhtariov. Problems of radiation medicine and radiobiology. – 2016. – Vol.21. – p.119-131
  30. Gene signature of the post-Chernobyl papillary thyroid cancer. D.Handkiewicz-Junak, M.Swierniak, D.Rusinek, M.Oczko-Wojciechowska, G.Dom, C.Maenhaut, K.Unger, V.Detours, T.Bogdanova, G.Thomas, I.Likhtarov, R.Jaksik, M.Kowalska, E.Chmielik, M.Jarzab, A.Swierniak, B.Jarzab. European journal of nuclear medicine and molecular imaging. 2016 Jul;43(7):1267-1277
  31. Estimation of radiation risk in presence of classical additive and Berkson multiplicative errors in exposure doses. S.V.Masiuk, S.V.Shklyar, A.G.Kukush, R.J.Carroll, L.N.Kovgan, I.A.Likhtarov. Biostatistics. 2016 Jul;17(3):422–436
  32. Integrated dosimetric passportization of settlements of Ukraine and reconstruction of individualized doses of the Ukrainian State Register of persons affected by Chornobyl accident (experience, results and prospects). I.A.Likhtarev, L.M.Kovgan, O.M.Ivanova, S.V.Masiuk, M.I.Chepurny, Z.N.Boiko, V.B.Gerasymenko, S.A.Tereshchenko, G.I.Kortushin, O.D.Martseniuk, I.G.Kravchenko, I.G.Gubina. Journal of the National Academy of Medical Sciences of Ukraine. – 2016. – Vol.22, No 2. – p.208-221
  33. Health effects of the Chornobyl Accident – Thirty Years Aftermath / Eds. D.Bazyka, V.Sushko, A.Chumak, V.Chumak, L.Yanovych. – Kyiv: DIA, 2016. – 524 p.
  34. Thirty years of the Chernobyl disaster : radiological and medical consequences : National Report of Ukraine. – Kyiv, 2016. – 177 p.
  35. Radiation protection and health of personnel of contractors enteprises, which participated in works for transformation of Object “Shelter” of SSE Chornobyl NPP into ecologically safe system. V.O.Sushko, I.А.Likhtariov, L.O.Lyashenko, V.B.Berkovsky, K.M.Loganovskyi, S.Yu.Nechayev, L.І.Shvayko, O.О.Kolosynska, E.O.Sarkіsova, Yu.V.Bonchuck, G.A.Nezgovorova, O.M.Tatarenko. International conference “Health effects of the Chornobyl accident – 30 years aftermath” : Program and Abstracts, April 18–19 2016, Kyiv, Ukraine. – Kyiv, 2016. – p.147
  36. Dosimetry of internal emitters: upgrading the ICRP methodology, Chornobyl applications and further needs. V.Berkovsky, G.Ratia, Yu.Bonchuk. International conference “Health effects of the Chornobyl accident – 30 years aftermath” : Program and Abstracts, April 18–19 2016, Kyiv, Ukraine. – Kyiv, 2016. – p.33
  37. The zone of special radiation hazard of Chornobyl NPP: radiation and hygienic substantiation of existent sizes, current status and perspectives. Yu.Bonchuk, V.Berkovsky, H.Ratia. International conference “Health effects of the Chornobyl accident – 30 years aftermath” : Program and Abstracts, April 18–19 2016, Kyiv, Ukraine. – Kyiv, 2016. – p.36
  38. Current state of radiation safety and dosimetric control of internal irradiation in personnel engaged in works of the “Shelter” object transformation. S.Yu.Nechayev, I.A.Likhtariov, V.O.Sushko, V.B.Berkovsky, L.M.Kovgan, Yu.V.Bonchuk, G.G.Ratia, V.V.Vasylenko, M.Ya.Tsygankov, S.V.Masiuk, S.G.Gorbachov, Т.О.Volkernuk, V.B.Gerasymenko, V.O.Pikta. International conference “Health effects of the Chornobyl accident – 30 years aftermath” : Program and Abstracts, April 18–19 2016, Kyiv, Ukraine. – Kyiv, 2016. – p.109
  39. Histopathological features of papillary thyroid carcinomas detected during four screening examinations of a Ukrainian-American cohort. T.I.Bogdanova, L.Yu.Zurnadzhy, Yu..E.Nikiforov, R.J.Leeman-Neill, M.D.Tronko, S.Chanock, K.Mabuchi, I.A.Likhtarov, L.M.Kovgan, V.Drozdovitch, M.P.Little, M.Hatch, L.B.Zablotska, V.M.Shpak, R.J.McConnell, A.V.Brenner. British Journal of Cancer. 2015 Dec;113(11):1556-1564
  40. Radiation and hygienic principles for substantiation of sizes and functioning of observation areas of NPPs. Iu.V.Bonchuk. Problems of radiation medicine and radiobiology. – 2015. – Vol.20. – p.25-41
  41. Basic principles and practices of integrated dosimetric passportization of the settlements in Ukraine. I.A.Likhtarov, L.M.Kovgan, S.V.Masiuk, O.M.Ivanova, M.I.Chepurny, Z.N.Boyko, V.B.Gerasymenko. Problems of radiation medicine and radiobiology. – 2015. – Vol.20. – p.75-103
  42. Generalized results of individualized exposure doses reconstruction for the subjects of Ukrainian State Register of persons, affected due to Chornobyl accident. I.A.Likhtarov, L.M.Kovgan, S.V.Masiuk, O.M.Ivanova, M.I.Chepurny, Z.N.Boyko, V.B.Gerasymenko, S.A.Tereshchenko, I.G.Kravchenko, G.I.Kortushin, O.D.Marcenjyk, I.G.Gubina. Problems of radiation medicine and radiobiology. – 2015. – Vol.20. – p.104-126
  43. Maintenance of radiation protection at a drawing-board stage of the “Shelter” Object transformation into environmentally safe system. S.Yu.Nechaev. Problems of radiation medicine and radiobiology. – 2015. – Vol.20. – p.127-136
  44. Main internal dose-forming factors for inhabitants of contaminated regions at current phase of the Chernobyl nuclear power plant accident (Kyiv region as an example). V.V.Vasylenko, S.Yu.Nechaev, M.Ya.Tsigankov, G.G.Ratia, V.B.Berkovskyy, V.О.Pikta, D.I.Shpachenko, G.M.Zadorozhna, L.P.Mishhenko. Problems of radiation medicine and radiobiology. – 2015. – Vol.20. – p.147-156
  45. Interpretation of results of radioiodine measurements in thyroid for residents of Ukraine (1986). I.A.Likhtarov, L.M.Kovgan, M.I.Chepurny, S.V.Masiuk. Problems of radiation medicine and radiobiology. – 2015. – Vol.20. – p.185-203
  46. Dose-dependent expression of CLIP2 in post-Chernobyl papillary thyroid carcinomas. M.Selmansberger, J.C.Kaiser, J.Hess, D.Güthlin, I.Likhtarev, V.Shpak, M.Tronko, A.Brenner, M.Abend, M.Blettner, K.Unger, P.Jacob, H.Zitzelsberger. Carcinogenesis. Vol.36, Issue 7, July 2015, p.748–756
  47. Use of the ICRP system for the protection of marine ecosystems. D.Telleria, T.Cabianca, G.Proehl, V.Kliaus, J.Brown, C.Bossio, J.Van der Wolf, I.Bonchuk, M.Nilsen. Ann. ICRP. 2015 Jun; 44(1 Suppl): 304-312
  48. MODARIA WG5: Towards a practical guidance for including uncertainties in the results of dose assessment of routine releases.J.C.Mora, D.Telleria, A.Al Neaimi, A.M.Blixt Buhr, Iu.Bonchuk, S.Chouhan, P.Chylý, A.R.Curti, D.da Costa, J.Duran, D.Galeriu, A.-C.Hägg, R.Heling†, G.Ivanis, M.Iosjpe, P.M.Krajewski, C.Lager, L.Marang, C.Mourlon, F.F.Perez, J.Shen, F.Vermorel, A.Woodruffe, B.Zorko. 3rd International Conference on Radioecology and Environmental Radioactivity (ICRER), Barcelona (Spain), 2014
  49. Regulation of the radionuclide content in commodities produced in areas affected by the Chornobyl accident. V.B.Berkovskyy, G.G.Ratia, S.V.Masiuk, Yu.V.Bonchuk, V.B.Gerasimenko, P.B.Aryasov, T.V.Treskunova, N.S.Zhadan, O.M.Ivanova, Z.N.Boyko. Problems of radiation medicine and radiobiology. – 2014. – Vol.19. – p.26-34
  50. Individualized internal exposure doses reconstruction for the persons of Ukraine State Register: Report 1. Locally-specific models and doses of persons living in Rokytne raion of Rivne oblast, Ovruch raion of Zhytomyr oblast and Ivankiv raion of Kyiv oblast. I.A.Likhtarov, L.N.Kovgan, S.V.Masiuk, О.N.Ivanova, M.I.Chepurny, Z.N.Boyko, V.B.Gerasymenko, S.A.Tereshchenko, I.G.Kravchenko, G.I.Kortushin, O.D.Marcenjyk. Problems of radiation medicine and radiobiology. – 2014. – Vol.19. – p.80-101
  51. Individualized internal exposure doses reconstruction for the persons of Ukraine State Register: Report 2. Locally-specific models and doses of persons living in Kozelets and Ripky raions of Chernihiv oblast. I.A.Likhtarov, L.N.Kovgan, S.V.Masiuk, О.N.Ivanova, M.I.Chepurny, Z.N.Boyko, V.B.Gerasymenko, S.A.Tereshchenko, I.G.Kravchenko, G.I.Kortushin, O.D.Marcenjyk. Problems of radiation medicine and radiobiology. – 2014. – Vol.19. – p.102-125
  52. Different level of thyroid dose individualization of the Ukrainian donors in Chernobyl tissue bank. I.Likhtarov, L.Kovgan, S.Masiuk, M.Chepurny, O.Ivanova, V.Gerasymenko, M.Tronko, T.Bogdanova, G.A.Thomas. Thyroid Cancer in Ukraine after Chernobyl Dosimetry, Epidemiology, Pathology, Molecular Biology. 2014, p.19-38
  53. Comparative pathological analysis of papillary thyroid carcinoma in age-matched groups of patients born before and after Chernobyl. T.Bogdanova, V.Saenko, L.Zurnadzhy, I.Likhtarov, L.Kovgan, S.Masiuk, V.Kashcheev, V.LiVolsi, D.Williams, M.Ito, M.Mine, G.Thomas, M.Tronko, S.Yamashita. Thyroid Cancer in Ukraine after Chernobyl Dosimetry, Epidemiology, Pathology, Molecular Biology. 2014, p.109-134
  54. Thyroid Cancer Study among Ukrainian Children Exposed to Radiation after the Chornobyl Accident: Improved Estimates of the Thyroid Doses to the Cohort Members. I.Likhtarov, L.Kovgan, S.Masiuk, M.Talerko, M.Chepurny, O.Ivanova, V.Gerasymenko, Z.Boyko, P.Voillequé, V.Drozdovitch, A.Bouville. Health Physics. 2014 Mar;106(3):370-396
  55. Impact of Uncertainties in Exposure Assessment on Estimates of Thyroid Cancer Risk among Ukrainian Children and Adolescents Exposed from the Chernobyl Accident. M.Little, A.Kukush, S.Masiuk, S.Shklyar, R.Carroll, J.Lubin, D.Kwon, A.Brenner, M.Tronko, K.Mabuchi, T.Bogdanova, M.Hatch, L.Zablotska, V.Tereshchenko, E.Ostroumova, A.Bouville, V.Drozdovitch, M.Chepurny, L.Kovgan, S.Simon, V.Shpak, I.Likhtarev. PLoS ONE, 2014, 9(1): e85723
  56. Way to improve the radiation hygenic monitoring on contaminated territories. A.B.Bilonyk, V.О.Buzunov, V.V.Vasylenko, V.O.Pikta. Problems of radiation medicine and radiobiology. – 2013. – Vol.18. – p.31-37
  57. Role of the weighting tissue factors in dose assessments. Yu.V.Bonchuk. Problems of radiation medicine and radiobiology. – 2013. – Vol.18. – p.38-49
  58. Peculiarities of internal radiation doses due to 137Cs and 90Sr intake in population from Zhytomyr oblast in a late period after the Chornobyl NPP accident. V.V.Vasylenko, M.Y.Tsigankov, S.Y.Nechaev, V.O.Pikta, G.M.Zadorozhna, A.B.Bilonyk. Problems of radiation medicine and radiobiology. – 2013. – Vol.18. – p.59-69
  59. V.A.Sushko, D.A.Bazyka, I.А.Likhtarev, L.A.Lyashenko, V.B.Berkovskiy, K.N.Loganovskiy, S.U.Nechaev, L.І.Shvayko, E.A.Sarkіsova, O.О.Kolosynska, V.D.Drozdova, Y.V.Bonchuck, P.B.Arjasov, G.A.Nezgovorova, O.M.Tatarenko. Radiation protection and health of personnel of contracting enterprises participating in works for transformation of the object “Shelter” of SSE Chornobyl NPP into an ecologically safe system. Problems of radiation medicine and radiobiology. – 2013. – Vol.18. – p.373-383
  60. Comparison of Transcriptomic Signature of Post-Chernobyl and Postradiotherapy Thyroid Tumors. C.Ory, N.Ugolin, P.Hofman, M.Schlumberger, I.A.Likhtarev, S.Chevillard. Thyroid. Vol.23, No 11, Nov 2013, p.1390-1400
  61. Reconstruction of individual thyroid doses to the Ukrainian subjects enrolled in the Chernobyl Tissue Bank. I.Likhtarov, G.Thomas, L.Kovgan, S.Masiuk, M.Chepurny, O.Ivanova, V.Gerasymenko, M.Tronko, T.Bogdanova, A.Bouville. Radiation Protection Dosimetry, Vol.156, Issue 4, October 2013, p.407–423
  62. Error estimation for direct measurements in May-June 1986 of 131I radioactivity in thyroid gland of children and adolescents and their registration in risk analysis. I.Likhtarov, S.Masiuk, M.Chepurny, A.Kukush, S.Shklyar, A.Bouville, L.Kovgan. Mathematics and Life Sciences. 2013, p.231-244
  63. The sensitivity of different environments to radioactive contamination. B.L.Tracy, F.Carini, S.Barabash, V.Berkovskyy, J.E.Brittain, S.Chouhan, G.Eleftheriou, M.Iosjpe, L.Monte, M.Psaltaki, J.Shen, J.Tschiersch, C.Turcanu. Journal of Environmental Radioactivity, Vol.122, 2013, p.1-8
  64. 137Cs content in edible mushrooms of the Transcarpathian region. O.O.Parlag, V.T.Maslyuk, I.S.Potoki, P.B.Aryasov, O.I.Kokhanyuk. Nuclear Physics and Atomic Energy. – 2013. – Vol.14, No.1. – p.86-90
  65. Estimating Thyroid Masses for Children, Infants, and Fetuses in Ukraine Exposed to 131I from the Chernobyl Accident. I.Likhtarov, L.Kovgan, S.Masiuk, M.Chepurny, O.Ivanova, V.Gerasymenko, Z.Boyko, P.Voillequé, Y.Antipkin, S.Lutsenko, V.Oleynik, V.Kravchenko, M.Tronko. Health Physics. 2013 Jan;104(1):78-86
  66. Application of biophysical measurements for the organization of individual monitoring for internal exposure during mining and processing of uranium ore. Yu.V.Bonchuk. Problems of radiation medicine and radiobiology. – 2012. – Vol.17. – p.19-26
  67. The study of peculiarities of internal irradiation doses forming for population in contaminated regions long-term after ChNPP accident due to 137Cs, 90Sr intake (with Rivno oblast as an example). V.V.Vasylenko, M.Y.Tsygankov, S.Y.Nechaev, V.O.Pikta, G.M.Zadorojna. Problems of radiation medicine and radiobiology. – 2012. – Vol.17. – p.27-25
  68. Environmental sensitivity as a tool for the risk assessment of the use of nuclear energy. F.Carini, S.Barabash, V.Berkovskyy, J.E.Brittain, S.Chouhan, G.Eleftheriou, M.Iosjpe, L.Monte, M.Psaltaki, J.Shen, B.Tracy, J.Tschiersch, C.Turcanu. Proceedings of 6th SETAC World Congress, Berlin, Germany, Vol.1, May 2012
  69. Measurements of Uranium Radionuclides in Urine Samples and Assessment of Internal Doses in Uranium-Mining Industry in Ukraine. I.Bonchuk, I.Likhtarov, M.Tsygankov. Proceedings of 13th International Congress of the International Radiation Protection Association, 13−18 May 2012, Glasgow, UK
  70. Thyroid cancer in Ukraine after the Chernobyl accident (in the framework of the Ukraine–US Thyroid Project). M.Tronko, K.Mabuchi, T.Bogdanova, M.Hatch, I.Likhtarev, A.Bouville, V.Oliynik, R.McConnell, V.Shpak, L.Zablotska, V.Tereshchenko, A.Brenner, G.Zamotayeva. Journal of Radiological Protection. 2012 Mar;32(1):N65-9
  71. Estimation of the thyroid doses for Ukrainian children exposed in utero after the Chernobyl accident. I.Likhtarov, L.Kovgan, M.Chepurny, O.Ivanova, Z.Boyko, G.Ratia, S.Masiuk, V.Gerasymenko, V.Drozdovitch, V.Berkovski, M.Hatch, A.Brenner, N.Luckyanov, P.Voillequé, A.Bouville. Health Physics, Jun 2011, 100(6):583-593
  72. Public exposure formed by atmospheric discharges of nuclear power plants in Ukraine. I.Bonchuk. Proceedings of International Conference on Radioecology & Environmental Radioactivity Environment & Nuclear Renaissance 2011 (ICRER 2011), June 19−24, Hamilton, Canada. – Radioprotection. – 2011. Vol.46, Number 6. – S309-S314
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  169. Low Level Measurement of Plutonium Content in Bioassay Using SSNTD Alpha-Spectrometry. O.A.Bondarenko, Yu.N.Onishchuk, A.V.Berezhnoy, P.B.Aryasov, D.Antonyuk. Journal of Radioanalytical and Nuclear Chemistry. Vol.243, Issue 2, 2000, p.555–558
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  172. Radioiodine biokinetics in the mother and fetus. Part 1. Pregnant women. V.Berkovski. Radiation and thyroid cancer. Publication No. EUR 18552 EN of the European Commission. London: World Scientific Publishing, 1999:319–325
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  179. Relative Importance of Inhalation and Ingestion as Sources of Uptake of 210Pb from the Environment. P.L.Salmon, V.Berkovsky, D.L.Henshaw. Radiation Protection Dosimetry, Vol.78, Issue 4, August 1998, p.279–293
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  188. Estimation of 131I thyroid doses for the evacuees from Pripjat. G.M.Goulko, V.V.Chumak, N.I.Chepurny, K.Henrichs, P.Jacob, I.A.Kairo, I.A.Likhtarev, V.S.Repin, B.G.Sobolev, G.Voigt. Radiation and Environmental Biophysics, Vol.35, Issue 3, 1996, p.81–87
  189. Use of subjective and nonsubjective methodologies to evaluate lens radiation damage in exposed populations – an overview. B.V.Worgul, Yu.Kundiev, I.Likhtarev, N.Sergienko, A.Wegener, C.P.Medvedovsky. Radiation and Environmental Biophysics, Vol.35, Issue 3, 1996, p.137–144
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  202. Transfer factors for mushrooms. P.Jacob, I.Likhtarev. Pathway analysis and dose distributions. 1996, p.63-74
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