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Monitoring Results from Edison, NJ
« on: August 31, 2013, 06:50:58 PM »
Monitoring Results from Edison, NJ

John Massaria
NJ having trouble and its leaking... the same GE Mark 1 Plant... the same as Japan...


News DIRECT from the EPA dot GOV website...

On January 5, 2012 an event within the telecommunications network caused 53 RadNet monitors to stop reporting data to EPA’s National Air and Radiation Environmental Laboratory. The monitors continued to collect data. NAREL scientists in the RadNet Control Room immediately began manually restarting the communications system for each monitor and restored communications by the end of the day. This incident resulted in a brief gap in data posted for affected monitors. 

RadNet gamma detectors measure radiation from all radionuclides in the air that emit gamma rays.

On this page:

Near-Real-Time Gross Gamma Count Rate Data
Notes on the Graph
Other RadNet Data
The graph below shows the gross gamma count rate data from the air monitor at this location. By reviewing and comparing gamma count rates over time, EPA can tell if changes in the data are caused by the normal fluctuations in background radiation from naturally occurring sources or if they represent new radiation from a man-made source.

Not all gamma rays have the same amount of energy. Breaking the data into energy ranges helps scientists determine which radionuclides are present.



 


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