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Main Title Radiation Site Cleanup Regulations: Technical Support Document for the Development of Radionuclide Cleanup Levels for Soil. Appendices A-O. Review Draft.
Author Wolbarst, A. B. ; Mauro, J. ; Anigstein, R. ; Back, D. ; Bartlett, J. W. ;
CORP Author Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of Air and Radiation.
Publisher 26 Sep 94
Year Published 1994
Report Number EPA/402/R-96/011B ;EPA/402/R-96/011C;
Stock Number PB96-185566
Additional Subjects Radiation doses ; Dose limits ; Soil contamination ; Site characterization ; Risk assessment ; Radioecological concentration ; Environmental exposure pathway ; Sensitivity analysis ; Uncertainty analysis ; Radioisotopes ; Maximum permissible level ; Remediation ; Decontamination ; Radiation protection ; Radioactive waste management ; Safety analysis ; Biological radiation effects ; Malignant neoplasms ; Health effects ; Tables(Data) ; Graphs(Charts) ;
Library Call Number Additional Info Location Last
NTIS  PB96-185566 Some EPA libraries have a fiche copy filed under the call number shown. 07/26/2022
Collation 797p
;Table of Contents: Appendix A - Footnotes for Table 1-2; Appendix B - Parameter Values Used in Pathway/Risk Modeling; Appendix C - Modified RAGS/HHEM Equations; Appendix D - Description of Terminology Used by the Census Bureau; Appendix E - Methodology for Deriving Population Impacts; Appendix F - Comparison of Health Risks Arising from the Radiological and Chemical Toxicity of Uranium; Appendix G - PRESTO-CPG Input Parameters; Appendix H - Results of RESRAD Parameter Sensitivity Analyses; Appendix I - RAGS/HHEM Monte Carlo Uncertainty Analysis; Appendix J - Analysis of Aerial Radiological Surveys; Appendix K - Risk Based Results of Reference Site Analyses; Appendix L - Graphical Results of Reference Site Analyses; Appendix M - Dose Based Resins of Reference Site Analyses; Appendix N - Population Model Results of Reference Site Analyses; and Appendix O - Background Radiation and Lower Limits of Detection.