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|CIE Position Statement on the Use of Ultraviolet (UV) Radiation to Manage the Risk of COVID-19 Transmission|
|CIE 220:2016 Characterization and Calibration Methods of UV Radiometers|
|CIE 219:2016 Maintaining Summer Levels of 25(OH)D during Winter by Minimal Exposure to Sunbeds: Requirements and Weighing the Advantages and Disadvantages|
|ISO/CIE 28077:2016(E) Photocarcinogenesis action spectrum (non-melanoma skin cancers)|
|CIE 209:2014 Rationalizing Nomenclature for UV Doses and Effects on Humans|
|CIE 207:2014 Sensitivity of Human Skin to Ultraviolet Radiation, Expressed as Minimal Erythema Dose (MED)|
|CIE 201:2011 Recommendations on Minimum Levels of Solar UV Exposure|
|CIE 187:2010 UV-C photocarcinogenesis risks from germicidal lamps|
|CIE 186:2010 UV-A protection and sunscreens|
|CIE 181:2007 Hand protection by disposable gloves against occupational UV exposure|
|CIE 174:2006 Action spectrum for the production of previtamin D3 in human skin|
|CIE 172:2006 UV protection and clothing|
|CIE 157:2004 Control of damage to museum objects by optical radiation|
|x027:2004 CIE Symposium 2004 "Light and Health: non-visual effects", 30 September - 2 October 2004, Vienna, Austria|
|CIE 155:2003 Ultraviolet Air Disinfection|
|CIE 151:2003 Spectral weighting of solar ultraviolet radiation|
|CIE S 013/E:2003 International Standard Global Solar UV Index|
|CIE 138-2000 CIE Collection in photobiology and photochemistry 2000|
|CIE 134-1999 CIE Collection in Photobiology & Photochemistry 1999|
|CIE 098-1992 Personal dosimetry of UV radiation|
|CIE 090-1991 Sunscreen testing (UV.B)|