Radiological Risk Assessment and Environment  Analysis by John E. TillRadiological Risk Assessment and Environment  Analysis by John E. Till

Radiological Risk Assessment and Environment Analysis

EditorJohn E. Till, Helen A. Gorgan

Hardcover | August 1, 2008

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Radiological Risk Assessment and Environmental Analysis comprehensively explains methods used for estimating risk to people exposed to radioactive materials released to the environment by nuclear facilities or in an emergency such as a nuclear terrorist event. This is the first book thatmerges the diverse disciplines necessary for estimating where radioactive materials go in the environment and the risk they present to people. It is not only essential to managers and scientists, but is also a teaching text. The chapters are arranged to guide the reader through the risk assessment process, beginning with the source term (where the radioactive material comes from) and ending with the conversion to risk. In addition to presenting mathematical models used in risk assessment, data is included so the readercan perform the calculations. Each chapter also provides example and working problems. The book will be a critical component of the rebirth of nuclear energy now taking place, as well as an essential resource to prepare for and respond to a nuclear emergency.
Dr. John Till is president and founder of Risk Assessment Corporation (RAC), formerly Radiological Assessments Corporation. Since its formation, RAC has played a key role in the evolution of methodologies for environmental risk analysis. Dr. Till has had responsibility for a number of major research projects over the past 25 years. The...
Title:Radiological Risk Assessment and Environment AnalysisFormat:HardcoverDimensions:640 pages, 9.25 × 6.13 × 0.98 inPublished:August 1, 2008Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0195127277

ISBN - 13:9780195127270

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Table of Contents

Chapter 1. John E. Till, Ph.D.: The Radiological Assessment ProcessChapter 2. Paul G. Voilleque, M.S.: Radionuclide Source TermsChapter 3. Todd V. Crawford, Ph.D.; Charles W. Miller, Ph.D; and Allen H. Weber, Ph.D.: Atmospheric Transport of RadionuclidesChapter 4. Yasuo Onishi, Ph.D.: Surface Water Transport of RadionuclidesChapter 5. Richard B. Codell, Ph.D., and James O. Duguid, Ph.D.: Transport of Radionuclides in GroundwaterChapter 6. F. Ward Whicker, Ph.D., and Arthur S. Rood, M.S.: Terrestrial Food Chain Pathways: Concepts and ModelsChapter 7. Steven M. Bartell, Ph.D., and Ying Feng, Ph.D.: Aquatic Food Chain Pathways: Concepts and ModelsChapter 8. James R. Rocco; Elisabeth A. Stetar, CHP; Lesley Hay Wilson, Ph.D.: Site Conceptual Exposure ModelChapter 9. John W. Poston, Sr., Ph.D., and John R. Ford, Ph.D.: Internal DosimetryChapter 10. David. C. Kocher, Ph.D.: External DosimetryChapter 11. Thomas B. Kirchner, Ph.D.: Estimating and Applying Uncertainty in Assessment ModelsChapter 12. Roger C. Clarke, Emeritus Member, ICRP: The Risks from Exposure to Ionizing RadiationChapter 13. Owen J. Devine, Ph.D., and Paul L. Garbe, DVM: The Role of Epidemiology in Estimating Radiation Risk: Basic Methods and ApplicationsChapter 14. Helen A. Grogan, Ph.D.: Model ValidationChapter 15. David. C. Kocher, Ph.D.: Regulations for Radionuclides in the Environment