Today: 25.Apr.2018

Australian Nuclear Science and Technology Organisation, ANSTO: This is a compilation of uses of radioisotopes in nuclear medicine, industry, agriculture, archeology, art research, research climate change over thousands of years and many other applications. Uses of radioisotopes present a much larger industry than nuclear energy itself.

T.C. Stieglitz et al. - Radioisotopes are efficient tracers of coastal processes on various spatial and temporal scales. The isotopes of radon and radium are particularly useful tools to understand hydrological land-ocean interaction.

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