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Joseph P. Ring, Ph.D.

Concepts (22)

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Concepts are listed by decreasing relevance which is based on many factors, including how many publications the person wrote about that topic, how long ago those publications were written, and how many publications other people have written on that same topic.
Name Number of Publications Most Recent Publication Publications by All Authors Concept Score Why?
Health Physics12018260.790 Why?
United States Environmental Protection Agency120181430.740 Why?
Radiation Protection220184850.700 Why?
Advisory Committees120187210.560 Why?
Radiometry220058280.380 Why?
Societies, Medical1201833860.330 Why?
Radioactive Fallout12004110.300 Why?
Nuclear Warfare12004400.290 Why?
Radiation Dosage3201820270.280 Why?
Radioisotopes120055200.270 Why?
Terrorism120042070.250 Why?
Biological Assay120056610.240 Why?
Radiation Injuries1200412720.160 Why?
Benchmarking119997820.140 Why?
Risk Assessment22018223660.100 Why?
Life Expectancy1200411240.040 Why?
Personnel Staffing and Scheduling119995030.040 Why?
United States22018602210.040 Why?
Program Evaluation1199926030.030 Why?
Humans420186359230.020 Why?
Registries1199972490.020 Why?
Risk Factors12004655430.010 Why?
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