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Appendix M: Access to Timely and Reliable Information to Support Decision Making During a Nuclear Power Plant Accident
Pages 367-368

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... A problem anticipating which pathways will be effective is that plant damage can create new pathways that would not be obvious from the "as built" status of the plant. Additionally, there is a need for instruments to be quickly available at and near nuclear power plant sites that can measure (i)
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... Environmental Protection Agency's Radnet monitors and monitors established by the nuclear power plants for routine environmental monitoring can provide real-time air monitoring. These instruments could be multipurpose so that they can be used for a wide variety of emergency response activities including monitoring plumes from chemical releases.

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