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||Public Protective Actions During a General Emergency
||Accident Source Term Methodologies and Corresponding Release Fractions
||Reporting Nuclear Medicine Injection Extravasations as Medical Events
||Voluntary Adoption of Revised Design Basis Accident Dose Criteria
||Alternative Method for Calculating Embrittlement for Steel Reactor Vessels
||Decommissioning Nuclear Power Plants and Access to the Decommissioning Trust Funds
||Measurement Standards Used at U.S. Nuclear Power Plants
||Criteria to Return Retired Nuclear Power Reactors to Operations
||Elimination of Immediate Notification Requirements for Non-Emergency Events
||Naturally-Occurring and Accelerator-Produced Radioactive Materials
||Defining "Important to Safety"
||Carol S. Marcus; Linear No-Threshold Model and Standards for Protection Against Radiation
||Mark L. Miller; Linear No-Threshold Model and Standards for Protection Against Radiation
||Mohan Doss, et. al: Linear No-Threshold Model and Standards for Protection Against Radiation
||Protection of Digital Computer and Communication Systems and Networks
||Professional Reactor Operator Society - Fitness-for-Duty Programs
||Large Break Loss of Coolant Accident Redefinition
Page Last Reviewed/Updated Wednesday, January 13, 2021