[ RadSafe ] NCRP 160 -Seeking tables of exposure components

Sewell, Linda LMS1 at pge.com
Thu May 5 17:31:07 CDT 2011


It sounds like you are looking for the Pie chart and/or the accompanying table.  Both are available on the NCRP's website under the press release for NCRP 160.


Linda M. Sewell, CHP
Principal Health Physicist
Pacific Gas & Electric Company
Diablo Canyon Power Plant
MS 119/1/117
PO Box 56
Avila Beach, CA 93424 
P: 805.545.4315 | F: 805.545.2618| lms1 at pge.com

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Subject: [ RadSafe ] NCRP 160 -Seeking tables of exposure components

Dear Listmembers,

A question about NCRP 160 ["Ionizing Radiation Exposure of the Population of the US"]. Does anyone know of a good link, or have available a tabular summary only of each of the components of radiation exposure which were  
reviewed in NCRP 160. I just need a breakdown of each major component   
[Background, Medical, Consumer, Industrial/Occupational] showing total person-Sv in each component.

Wasn't there a link to a draft version of NCRP-160 mentioned on radsafe some time ago?  Purchasing NCRP 160 is quite pricey and it is not easy to get at the data contained therein.

Thanks for any help people can offer.

Stewart Farber, MS Public Health
Farber Medical Solutions, LLC
Bridgeport, CT 06604

SAFarber at optonline.net
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