Keeping the public Informed in Radiological Emergency
Sarkisov, A. A.
Bolshov, L. A.
Arutyunyan, R. V.
Linge, I. I.
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SubjectEPPR; Nuclear safety; Radiological emergencies
This brochure is intended for state and local authorities who are authorized to inform the public in emergencies. This brochure of the series “Risk and Safety” is developed by the Nuclear Safety Institute (IBRAE) of the Russian Academy of Sciences within the scope of activities funded by the Office of International Emergency Management and Cooperation, NNSA, DOE.
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