3 edition of Screening models for releases of radionuclides to atmosphere, surface water, and ground. found in the catalog.
Screening models for releases of radionuclides to atmosphere, surface water, and ground.
National Council on Radiation Protection and Measurements
by National Council on Radiation Protection and Measurement in Bethesda, MD
Written in English
|Series||NCRP report ;, no. 123|
|LC Classifications||TD196.R3 S37 1996|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||2 v. :|
|ISBN 10||0929600479, 0929600487, 0929600495|
|LC Control Number||95050691|
calculations for both the air pathway and the surface water pathway. For Screening Releases to the Columbia River from the Hanford Facility, evaluated environmental data and developed pathway analysis for a risk-based screening methodology for radionuclide releases to the Columbia River from past operations of Hanford. Objective was to. Ground water and surface water are interconnected and can be fully understood and intelligently managed only when that fact is acknowledged. If there is a water sup-ply well near a source of contamination, that well runs the risk of becoming contaminated. If there is a nearby river or stream, that water body may also become polluted by the.
Atmospheric Transport of Radionuclides, Todd V. Crawford, Ph.D.; Charles W. Miller, Ph.D; and Allen H. Weber, Ph.D. Introduction The Atmosphere Composition Vertical Extent Important for Atmospheric Releases Scales of Motion Importance of Scale of Motion on Transport and Diffusion Macro Scale Mesoscale Microscale Input Data for Atmospheric. Source of radionuclides → atmosphere or water body → soil or sediment or building surface or vegetation → human: Exposure from deposited radionuclides on the ground, on the shores of rivers, lakes, or the sea; on walls, roofs, and floors; or on trees, bushes, and grass: Internal exposure pathways; Source of radionuclides → atmosphere. Report No. - Screening Models for Releases of Radionuclides to Atmosphere, Surface Water, and Ground - Vol. I and Vol II () Price: $75 / $60 PDF (AAPM Members FREE) Category: Reports Report No. , a two-volume report, seeks to meet the need for simple, authoritative, screening techniques to address release of radioactive materials to.
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