2014 RETS-REMP & Groundwater Workshop, June 23-27, 2014, Westin Savannah, Savannah, GA
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1A

Recent Changes to the ANI Engineering Rating Factors

Ed Everett,
American Nuclear Insurers

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1B

AREOR Data Reporting-MDA vs. Uncensored Data

John Doroski,
Entergy, Indian Point

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1C

Evaluation of Kewaunee Meteorology and Dispersion Coefficients

Aziz Maly,
Dominion Nuclear, Kewaunee Power Station

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2A

EPRI Fukushima Technical Evaluations Project: Fukushima Radiological Assessment Tool

Karen Kim,

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2B

Measurements of Fission-Product Wet Deposition to North America from the Fukushima Incident by the National Atmospheric Deposition Program

David Gay,
University of Illinois

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2C

Radioactivity In Precipitation: Methods & Observations from Savannah River Site

Dennis Jackson,
Savannah River National Laboratory

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3A

Recent Developments in Improving Reliability and Availability of REMP Air Sampling Systems

Frank Gavila,
F&J Specialty Products

Ron Hotchkiss,
Surge Suppression, Inc.

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3B

ISOE Expert Group on Management of Severe Accident Doses

Dave Miller,
American Electric Power, Cook Nuclear Plant

 

3C

ODCM Changes for Liquid Effluent Calculations in Drinking Water Pathway at R.E. Ginna Nuclear Power Plant

Greg Jones,
Constellation Energy, Ginna

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4A

RETS-REMP Program Management and the Role of Vendor Laboratory Support and Interaction

Russell Moser,
General Engineering Laboratories

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4B

New Test Results for Physical Separation of Tritium From Noble Gases and Its Implications For Sensitivity and Accuracy in Air and Stack Monitoring

Bob Goldstein,
Tech-Associates

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4C

Aerial Measuring System Baseline Surveys for Emergency Planning

Craig Lyons,
U.S. Department of Energy

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5A

Pathways Analysis: A Powerful Tool to Strengthen REMP at Canadian Nuclear Power Stations

Gene (Jige) Shen,
EcoMetrix.

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5B

Update on C-14 EPRI Projects

Billy Cox,
EPRI

George Oliver,
CN Associates

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5C

Ambient Level Radiocarbon Measurements

Darden Hood,
Beta Analytic

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6A

C-14 Sampling During Diablo Canyon Unit 1 Refueling Outage 17

John Knemeyer,
Pacific Gas & Electric, Diablo Canyon

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6B

Influence of Growing-Season Meteorology on X/Q Values for Carbon-14 Dose Assessment

Ken Sejkora,
Entergy Nuclear Pilgrim Station

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6C

Tritium How Did It Get There?

Jim Key,
Key Solutions Inc.

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7A

Nickel-63 Dose Conversion Factor Anomalies and Implications to RETS and Groundwater Monitoring Efforts

Ken Sejkora,
Entergy Nuclear - Pilgrim Station

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7B

The License Renewal Process for Nuclear Power Reactors

Steve Klementowicz,

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9A

Overview of Proposed Update of the Dosimetry Basis to10 CFR Part 50, Appendix I Design Objectives

Jean-Claude Dehmel
USNRC, NRO

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9B

Regulatory Highlights and Insights

Richard Conatser
USNRC, NRR

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9C

NEI Update, Regulatory Changes

Kathy Yhip,
Nuclear Energy Institute

 

9D

Potential Future Revisions to 40 CFR Part 190

Brian Littleton,
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency

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