What do the various measure-units used in news-updates mean? How do they relate to each other? ex: measures of Sievert/year, milliSievert/hour, microSievert/hour are used throughout-- sometimes the per/time identifier is missing. can one apply simple math to convert from one to the other? how do they relate to other measures such as nGy/h?


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