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Journal of Human, Earth, and Future
The indoor radon concentration level has been monitored in selected locations in four European countries (Iceland, Italy, Norway, and Sweden) during a yearlong measurement campaign using time-integrated passive radon dosimeters containing CR-39 track detectors. The measurements were carried out in private houses and public buildings like schools, for an exposure time of up to 6 months for each detector. Experimental data shows a great variation between different geographic areas, and often thedoi:10.28991/hef-2021-02-04-01 fatcat:m3uj3b2v3jbofhjtihwwl4igde