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They could be as low as 2-3 km for short flights and as high as 12 km for intercontinental flights, with intermediate values of 5 - 1 0 k m for medium range and continental flights (Hsu and Weng, 1976; Wachsmann and Regulla, 1978; Wallace, 1975). 7 shows that the dose rate and the dose equivalent rate vary by a factor of 20 between the altitudes of 4 and 12 km. 35 ~tSv h -~, yielding a collective effective dose equivalent to the world population of about 2000 man Sv from air transportation in 1978.
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