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Proceedings: Seminar on radioactive releases and their dispersion in the atmosphere following a hypothetical reactor accident. Volume I.

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COMMISSION OF THE EUROPEAN COMMUNITIES ,. PROCEEDINGS 0 ACTES o TAGUNGSBERICHTE Seminar on ~RADIOACTIVE RELEASES AND THEIR DISPERSION IN THE ATMOSPHERE FOLLOWING A HYPOTHETICAL REACTOR ACCIDENT ~ j.Jitr"',-, ... ,\,,., • _,\, , n'J l...-"1':" v, ... (., ,, .\· , 1 1 _.-- Seminaire sur LES REJETS RADIOACTIFS ET LEUR DISPERSION DANS L'ATMOSPHERE A LA SUITE D'UN ACCIDENT HYPOTHETIQUE DE REACTEUR I l. I Seminar uber RADIOAKTIVE ABLEITUNGEN UNO IHRE AUSBREITUNG IN DER ATMOSPHARE NACH EINEM HYPOTHETISCHEN REAKTORUNFALL RISCZ> (ROSKILDE), 0 22-25 April 1980 VOLUMEs I" ,f ~-, / Seminar organized by the Directorate-General Employment and Social Affairs Health and Safety Directorate and the Directorate-General Research, Science and Education Biology, Radiation Protection and Medical Research Programme in collaboration with the Ris0 National Laboratory, Roskilde (Denmark) ,-, ~' - Luxembourg o July 1980 · ,r collsvs Text Box collsvs Text Box collsvs Text Box collsvs Text Box collsvs Text Box collsvs Text Box collsvs Text Box collsvs Text Box LEGAL NOTICE Neither the co~ission of the European communities nor any person acting on behalf of the Commission is responsible for the use which :night be made of the following information THIS DOCUMENT WAS REPRODUCED ON THE BASIS OF THE BEST AVAILABLE COPY PROGRAMME C 0 M M I T T E E In drawing up the detailed Seminar Programme, the Commission has been able to call on the learned assistance of: Messrs. BULTYNCK H. CAGNETTI P. DOURY A. HEDEMAN JENSEN P. HOBSCHMANN W. MANESSE D. SMITH F. TENAGLIA J. van ULDEN A. CEN/SCK MOL CSN Casaccia ROHE CEN FONTENAY-AUX-ROSES Ris~ National Laboratory ROSKILDE KFK KARLSRUHE CEN FONTENAY-AUX-ROSES Meteorological Office BRACKNELL CNEN ROME KNMI DE BILT We are happy to acknowledge this assistance and to record our appreciation of the help provided. -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=- r . '

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