Operational Radiation Safety

Operational Radiation Safety, Vol. 98, No. 5, May 2010
A nuclear gauge fixed on a pipeline for density measurement at a gold mine. The nuclear gauge is secured with a mechanical guard to guard against theft. See article by A. Faanu et al. on page S33.

Contents of Vol. 98, No. 5, May 2010

Interview with Susan Masih

René Michel

Radiation Exposure Control from the Application of Nuclear Gauges in the Mining Industry in Ghana

A. Faanu, E.O. Darko, A.R. Awudu, C. Schandorf, G. Emi-Reynolds, J. Yeboah, E.T. Glover, and V.K. Ka

Practical and Effective ALARA
Joseph J. Bevelacqua

Using Microsoft Excel® to Compute the 5% Overall Site X/Q Value and the 95th Percentile of the Distribution of Doses to the Nearest Maximally Exposed Offsite Individual (MEOI)
Linda D. Vickers

Performance of Vintage Direct Reading Pocket Ionization Chambers
Robert J. Bergen, John A. Harvey, and Kimberlee J. Kearfott

Evaluation of Efficiency Calibration Parameters of the LR-115 Radon Detector
F. Mireles, J.I. Dávila, M.L. García, J.L. Pinedo, and H. López

Determination of the Natural and Anthropogenic Radioactivity in the Soil of Gilgit–A Town in the Foothills of the Hindukush Range
Manzoor Ali, Mohammad Wasim, Mohammad Arif, Jamshed Hussain Zaidi, Yasir Anwar, and Farhan Saif