BS ISO 18589-1:2005 - Measurement of radioactivity in the environment. Soil. General guidelines and definitions

BS ISO 18589-1:2005

Measurement of radioactivity in the environment. Soil. General guidelines and definitions

Status : Superseded, Withdrawn   Published : July 2008 Replaced By : BS ISO 18589-1:2019

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Standard NumberBS ISO 18589-1:2005
TitleMeasurement of radioactivity in the environment. Soil. General guidelines and definitions
StatusSuperseded, Withdrawn
Publication Date31 July 2008
Withdrawn Date25 November 2019
Normative References(Required to achieve compliance to this standard)ISO 10381-1:2002, GUM:1995, ISO 11464, ISO 10381-3:2001, ISO 10381-2:2002, ISO 11074-2:1998, ISO 11074-1:1996, ISO/IEC 17025
Informative References(Provided for Information)ISO 11074-4, NVN 5740:1991, ISO 10381-4, BS 10175:2001, NF M 60-790, UNE 73311-1:2002
Replaced ByBS ISO 18589-1:2019
International RelationshipsISO 18589-1:2005
Draft Superseded By03/310918 DC
DescriptorsSoil surveys, Soils, Radioactive materials, Gamma-radiation, Radioactive pollution, Test specimens, Radiation measurement, Radionuclides, Soil testing, Radioactivity
ICS13.080.01
17.240
Title in FrenchMesurage de la radioactivité dans l'environnement. Sol. Lignes directrices générales et définitions
Title in GermanErmittlung der Radioaktivität in der Umgebung. Erdboden. Leitfaden und Begriffe
CommitteeNCE/2
ISBN978 0 580 63501 4
PublisherBSI
FormatA4
DeliveryYes
Pages24
File Size700 KB
Price£182.00


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