March 1980 | Volume IV Number 3 | A Digest of Current Literature |
“Biological Effects of Nonionizing Electromagnetic Radiation is a publication researched and prepared by the Franklin Research Center, Science Information Services Organization, under contract to the National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA); funding provided by the U.S. Navy under interagency agreement with NTIA.
This digest serves as a vehicle through which current documentation of research highlights on the biological effects and health implications of nonionizing electro- magnetic radiation (microwave and other radio frequency radiation) are compiled, condensed, and disseminated on a regular basis. Biological Effects of Nonionizing Electromaqnetic Radiation is intended to be a highly useful current awareness tool for scientists engaged in research or related activities. The great number and diversity of relevant publications make imperative the availability of the service to persons whose work requires that they keep abreast of current developments in the field.
Biological Effects of Nonionizing Electromagnetic Radiation is published quarterly. The issues of Volume IV, and future volumes, will include materials received during the preceding three months. Each issue will include news items and announcement*, a listing of meetings and conferences,abstracts of current literature, and a directory of current research. Materials for which full text is not available will be Included as summary abstracts.”
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