Operational Radiation Safety

Operational Radiation Safety, Vol. 87, No. 5, November 2004
Modern, calibrated radiation detectors are quite accurate and reliable in comparison to home-made radiation detectors that have been proposed for use in fallout situations. See article by McDonald, et al, page S52.

Contents of Vol. 87, No. 5, November 2004

Current Events — Sean Austin

Ask the Expert — Kelly Classic

At the Virtual Watercooler — Susan T. Masih

Forum: The Bell Tolls for LNT — Don J. Higson

An Evaluation of the Kearny Fallout Meter (KFM), a Radiation Detector Constructed from Commonly Available Household Materials — J.T. McDonald, W.G. West, and K.J. Kearfott

A Database Management System for Radiation Safety Program Activities — Marlene H. McKetty, Ph.D., Diana M. Roach, Mitiku Kelkay

A NATO Exercise on Radiological Sampling — Dean S. Haslip and J. R. Mercier

In situ Gamma Spectroscopy Measurement of 41Ar during Neutron Activation Analysis with the SLOWPOKE II Reactor in Jamaica — Charles N. Grant, G. C. Lalor and M. K. Vutchkov