|Other titles||Final report, Project task 4, Historical public exposures studies on Rocky Flats, phase II|
|Statement||authors Susan K. Rope, [et al.] ; principal investigator, John E. Till.|
|Series||Health studies on Rocky Flats., Health studies on Rocky Flats, historical public exposures.|
|Contributions||Till, John E., Rope, Susan K., Colorado. Division of Disease Control and Environmental Epidemiology., Radiological Assessments Corporation.|
|LC Classifications||RA569 .E8985 1999|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 v. (various pagings) :|
|LC Control Number||00329971|
Historical Environmental Monitoring Data Introduction One of the most important aspects of the Rocky Flats Historical Public Exposures Studies was an evaluation of information gathered in the past about contaminants in the air, vegetation, water, sediment and soil in areas surrounding the Rocky Flats site. Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE). The purpose of the Historical Public Exposures Studies on Rocky Flats is to evaluate the doses and potential health impacts to nearby residents who may have been exposed to past contaminant releases. This health study focused on members of the public living offsite. Evaluation of Environmental Data for Historical Public Exposures Studies on Rocky Flats, Task 4: Evaluation of Environmental Data, Final Report, Revision 1, RAC Report 1-CDPHE-RFPFinal (Rev. 1), Radiological Assessments Corporation, Neeses, South Carolina. August Phase II of the Historical Public Exposures Study on the Rocky Flats Site. This work was supported by the CDPHE and overseen by a Panel of technical and non-technical individuals representing scientists and community members. By the study’s end, RAC had produced 20 technical reports documenting.
Risks to the public from historical releases of radionuclides and chemicals at the Rocky Flats Environmental Technology Site JOHN E. TILL,a ARTHUR S. . Rocky Flats Environmental Technology Site (RFETS) Final Release. Foreword. The Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry, ATSDR, was established by Congress in under the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation and Liability Act, also known as the. Superfund. law. This law set up a fund to identify and. The Rocky Flats Historical Public Exposure Studies involved nine years of research. The Studies had three main objectives: (1) create a public record of plant operations and accidents that contributed to contaminant releases from the Rocky Flats Plant between and ; (2) assess public exposures to contaminants and potential risks from past releases; and, (3) determine the need for future studies. 91 Previous investigators (Haugen and Fontino ) used this data set in a performance evaluation of 92 the TRAC (Hodgin ) and ISC2 models. The electronic copy of this data set was obtained from 93 Haugen and Fontino () for use in the model performance evaluation for the Historical Public 94 Exposures Studies at Rocky Flats (Rood ).
• Investigated surface soils, subsurface soils, sediments, surface water, ground water and air • Contaminants of Concern: 1) Americium (surface soil) 2) Plutonium (surface soil; surface sediment) • Human Health Risk Assessment. – Residential reasonable maximum exposure (RME) = 3 x 10‐6 –Recreational Use reasonable maximum exposure = 1 x 10‐8. E-mail Rocky Flats Public Affairs ([email protected]) or call () for a CD. Section 6: Nature and Extent of Air Contamination; Attachment 1—Air Data Adequacy and Quality Assessment (37 KB) Attachment 2—Analytical Data This is a large file. E-mail Rocky Flats Public Affairs ([email protected]) or call () for a CD of. Historical Public Exposures Studies on Rocky Flats (): Otherwise referred to as dose reconstruction studies, the purpose was to identify quantities of contaminants released off-site and the potential health risks posed by these contaminants to nearby communities. The studies attempted to determine if exposures and risks were. Evaluation of Atmospheric Transport Models for Use in Phase II of the Historical Public Exposures Studies at the Rocky Flats Plant Arthur S. Rood, George G. Killough, John E. Till Pages