Effluent and Evironmental Radiation Surveillance

    Kelly JJ
    Published: 1980

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    A review of methodologies used, data and interpretations obtained from, and the monitoring of effluents from and environments surrounding nuclear facilities. Specifically addresses techniques used in measuring the radioactive effluent from facilities using nuclear materials and the monitoring of the environment in order to determine the impact of these materials on man and the environment.

    Table of Contents

    Kelly J.

    Kelly J.

    Assessment of Radiopharmaceutical Usage Release Practices by Eleven Western Hospitals
    Claridge D., Kendricks H., Leventhal L., Melgard R.

    Evaluation of Methodology for Quantifying Radiopharmaceuticals in Tertiary-Treated Sewage
    Frishkorn G., Jacobs B., Krieger H., Martin E.

    Discrepancies Between Film and Thermoluminescent Dosimetry (TLD) Readings at an Operating Power Reactor
    Quinn D.

    External and Internal Dosimetry—The Correlation Between Response and Dose Interpretation
    Chabot G., Skrable K.

    Role of American Nuclear Insurers in Reducing Occupational Radiation Exposure
    Forbes J.

    Composition and Measurement of Radionuclides in Liquid Effluent from Nuclear Power Stations
    Kahn B.

    Radionuclides in Liquid Effluents from Argonne National Laboratory—An Example of Monitoring for a Multidisciplinary Nuclear Laboratory
    Golchert N., Sedlet J.

    Methodology for the Determination of Environmental 129I and 99Tc
    Anderson T.

    Radiological Emergency Response Planning
    Michael E., Sundstrom C.

    The Need for Standards of Analysis in the Nuclear Power Industry
    Kelly J.

    New Directions in Environmental Radiological Surveillance at Commonwealth Edison's Nuclear Stations
    Caldwell L., Golden J., Pavlick R.

    New England States Environmental Radiation Surveillance Programs
    Molloy E.

    Present Practices and Future Requirements for Monitoring the Aquatic Environment at Nuclear Facilities
    Blanchard R.

    Analysis of Environmental Samples—Tennessee Valley Authority's Radiological Environmental Monitoring Program
    Clayton W., Frederick C., Hobbs B.

    Use of Cuprous Iodide as a Precipitation Matrix in the Radiochemical Determination of lodine-131 in Milk
    Lambdin R., McCurdy D., McLain M., Mellor R.

    Nuclear Regulatory Commission Region I Environmental Monitoring Inspection Program
    Bores R., Stohr J.

    The Role of Field Measurements in Environmental Radiation Monitoring
    Lowder W., McLaughlin J.

    Collaborative Study of a Tentative Standard Method for the Determination of Uranium in Water
    Bishop C., Casella V., Glosby A.

    Acceptable Radiological Environmental Monitoring Programs: Nuclear Regulatory Commission Staff Rationale and Perspective
    Conti E.

    Confirmatory Measurements of Radionuclide Concentrations in Power Reactor Effluents
    Gibson G., Pagliaro J.

    Preparations for High-Level Defense Waste Immobilization at Savannah River Plant
    Wiley J.

    Migration of Radionuclides in Geologic Media—Laboratory and Field Studies
    Daniels W., Erdal B., Hoffman D., Wolfsberg K.

    Experience with an Analytical Quality-Control Program
    Harley J.

    The Status and Quality of Radiation Measurements in Water—1977
    Shawver J.

    Quality Assurance for Effluent and Environmental Monitoring—A Nuclear Regulatory Commission Overview
    Cohen L.

    The DOE-OES-EML Quality Assurance Program
    Sanderson C.

    Marinelli Beaker Calibration
    Zimmer W.

    Standards for the Assay of Radionuclides in Solid Environmental Samples
    Noyce J.

    Discordant Gross Radioactivity Measurements of Natural and Treated Waters
    Janzer V.

    The Standardization of Alpha-Particle Sources
    Lucas L.


    Committee: D22

    DOI: 10.1520/STP698-EB

    ISBN-EB: 978-0-8031-4769-0

    ISBN-13: 978-0-8031-0329-0

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