Environmental radioactivity laboratory intercomparison studies program, 1978-1979, Volume 1

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Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Research and Development, Environmental Monitoring and Support Laboratory, Monitoring Systems Research and Development Division, Quality Assurance Branch, 1978 - Science - 18 pages
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Page ii - US Environmental Protection Agency, and approved for publication. Mention of trade names or commercial products does not constitute endorsement or recommendation for use.
Page 21 - Siting options and decision alternatives 08/H 18. DISTRIBUTION STATEMENT Release to Public 19. SECURITY CLASS (This Report) unclassified 21.
Page iii - This information must include the quantitative description and linking of pollutant sources, transport mechanisms, interactions, and resulting effects on man and his environment. Because of the complexities involved, assessment of specific pollutants in the environment requires a total systems approach that transcends the media of air, water, and land.
Page 21 - Ee 8. PERFORMING ORGANIZATION REPORT NO. 9. PERFORMING ORGANIZATION NAME AND ADDRESS Environmental Monitoring and Support Laboratory Office of Research and Development US Environmental Protection Agency Las Vegas, Nevada 89114 10.
Page 21 - Included is a discussion of the objectives of the distribution program and a description of the preparation, availability, and distribution of calibrated radioactive samples. Instructions and application forms are included for laboratories desiring to participate in the program. This document is not a research report. It is designed for use by personnel of laboratories participating or desiring to participate in the Radioactivity Standards Distribution Program, which is a part of the US Environmental...
Page iii - Because of the complexities involved, assessment of specific pollutants in the environment requires a total systems approach which transcends the media of air, water, and land. The Environmental Monitoring and Support Laboratory-Las Vegas contributes to the formation and enhancement of a sound monitoring data base for exposure assessment through programs designed to: • develop and optimize systems and strategies for monitoring pollutants and their impact on the environment • demonstrate new monitoring...

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