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View Resource A Nuclear Fallout Assessment Capability

The detonation of a nuclear device near the surface produces radioactive fission products that are swept up along with surface material. Significant amounts of radioactivity condense on available...

https://narac.llnl.gov/uploads/HarveyKDFOC3_UCRL_TM_222788_1...
View Resource Radioactivity in the Body

Discusses the way that exposure to radiation occurs, how the body handles internal radiation exposure, and which tissues and organs received most of the dose from the radioactive materials released...

http://www.atsdr.cdc.gov/hanford/docs/orderform.pdf
View Resource Nervous System and Radiation

Describes how the nervous system works, the types of diseases that can afflict the nervous system, the health effects to the nervous system connected with high-dose and low-dose radiation exposure,...

http://psych.umb.edu/faculty/adams/fall2005/The%20Nervous%20...
View Resource Map of Exposure Area

The iodine-131 dose that Hanford area residents received depended on several factors, including age at the time of the release and where they lived. The following map shows the 10-rad dose area for...

http://www.atsdr.cdc.gov/hanford/community/area.html
View Resource About Exposure to I-131

Plutonium for nuclear weapons was produced at the Hanford Nuclear Reservation from 1944, when it opened, until 1972 when the last reactor was closed. The Hanford Environmental Dose Reconstruction...

http://www.atsdr.cdc.gov/hanford/community/
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