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  Americium
 

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Basic Information

  Becoming Aware of Radiation Sources
  Beta Particles
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  CAP88
  Careers in Radiation Protection
  Cesium
  Cleanup and Multi-Agency Programs: Overview
  Cleaning Up Radioactively Contaminated Sites
  Cobalt
  Commonly Encountered Radionuclides
  Contact Us
  Curies
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  Decay Chains
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  Emergency Preparedness and Response Programs: Overview
  Environmental Monitoring & Data
  Estimating Risk
  Exposure Pathways
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  Facility Safety and Environmental Impact
  Frequent Questions
  Federal and State Regulations
  Federal Radiation Protecting Guidance
  Federal Regulations and Plans Shape the Program
 

Food Irradiation

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  Gamma Rays
  Glossary
  Granite Countertops and Radiation
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  Half-Life
 

Health Effects

  Heast Tables
  How EPA Sets Radiation Protection Standards
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  Iodine
  Ionizing & Non-Ionizing Radiation
  Irradiated Food
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  Laboratory Services
 

Laws and Regulations

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  Mail Irradiation
  Managing Radioactive Materials and Waste
  MARLAP
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  National Analytical Radiation Environmental Laboratory
(formerly National Air and Radiation Environmental Laboratory)
  National Center for Radiation Field Operations (NCRFO) (formerly Radiation and Indoor Environments National Laboratory)
  Naturally-Occurring Radiation: Overview
  NESHAPS
  Nuclides and Isotopes
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  Obtaining Documents
  Orphan Sources
  Other Modes of Radioactive Decay
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  People and Discoveries
  Plutonium
  How we Prepare for Accidents and Emergencies
  Protecting People and the Environment
  Publications
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  Radfacts (A Quick-Reference Guide to Radiation Terms & Concepts)
  Radiation Health Effects
  Radiation and Indoor Environments National Laboratory (see National Center for Radiation Field Operations)
  Radiation Information for the General Public
 

Radiation Protection Basics

  Radiation Protection in EPA (organization chart)
  Radiation Protection at EPA: The First 30 Years (PDF)(84 pp, 1.4MB About PDF)
  Radiation Protection Programs
 

Radiation and Radioactivity

  Radiation Risks and Realities (PDF)(17 pp, 1.74MB About PDF)
  Radioactive Source Reduction and Management
  Radiological Emergency Preparedness and Response
  Radionuclides
  Radionuclides in Air and Water: Overview
  Radium
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  Responding to Accidents and Emergencies
  Risk Assessment
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  Site Cleanup: Tools and Technologies
  Site Map
 

Smoke Detectors and Alarms

  Strontium
  Students and Teachers
  Symbols (Radiation)
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  Technical Users and Regulated Communities
  Technicium-99
  Technologically Enhanced Naturally Occurring Radioactive Materials (TENORM)
  Thorium
  Tobacco Smoke
 

Topics

  Tritium
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  Understanding Radiation
Uranium
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  Waste Isolation Pilot Plant
  Waste Management Overview
  Weighing Atoms: Atomic Mass Units
  What is an Atom?
  Why Are Some Atoms Radioactive?
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  Yucca Mountain Standards

 


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