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Appl. Meteor. 320, 1978. 28. Pu wouldbe loftedas falloutparticlesfromtheseweaponstoo; thus,therecouldbe manytimesthe amountof Pu that wouldoccurfroma singleweapon.
The governmenthaspurchased land at RockyFlats,apparentlyto avoidlitigation. 15. Shelteringand evacuationare difficultactionsand are not likelyto mitigatethe effectsof gammaradiation. We havealsoignoredimmersionand cloudshinedosesbecausethey are substantiallyless severethan the more enduringgroundshine. 16. For Chernobyl,the dominantradionuclidewas 137Csbecauseit is muchmorevolatilethan gOSr. Most of the 137Cswasreleased,whereasonlya smallfractionof g”Sr was released. 17. R. W. Homsy,L. L. Edwards,T.
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