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ZLM Posted - 08/09/2013 : 22:07:15
I found a link from American Nuclear Society for checking the radiation safe level. This may useful if you want to know how high the radiation level is safe for you.

www.ans.org/pi/resources/dosechart/msv.php
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37TS Posted - 12/16/2020 : 08:44:58
I'm seriously concerned about the effective dose and I think that the "calculators" on these sites are really OFF.
They just sum those values.
mjb Posted - 07/09/2020 : 09:25:00
EPA's real-time radiation monitoring map.

https://www.epa.gov/radnet/near-real-time-and-laboratory-data-state
ZLM Posted - 04/14/2014 : 08:57:57

Radiation Protection information from U.S. Environmental Protection Agency:

h**p://www.epa.gov/radiation/radionuclides/

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