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****** GLP RADIATION REPORTING CENTER ******

 
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Sedona, Arizona last reading 4/5/11 1315 hrs 23 CPM
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Fort Collins, Colorado, USA (5020 feet)
April 5, 2:20 PM MST
0.17 uSv/hr outside 100% (0.17 is normal)
EcoTest MKC-05

I am keeping the faith but I have not been reporting much since there is zero to report here. I have the alarm at 0.25 uSv/hr, but nothing... When it goes off, I will let you know ;)

I guess no news is good news :D
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Phoenix, Arizona - Last Reading 4/5/11 15:45 hrs 15 CPM (Previously 15 CPM)

wind = WSW 7 Mi/h
temp = 88°F
avg = 15.8 CPM
std = 1.7 CPM

I guess no news is good news :D
 Quoting: Larse

I think 'no news' means 'no reported news', which is a different kettle of fish. The plant is still nowhere near under control, with new problems popping up daily. Probably the biggest risk of radiation getting to the US comes from the fuel holding pools. Those have the continuing ability to send massive amounts of radio-active contaminants high into the atmosphere.

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I am located in SE Louisiana and my Victoreen CD V-715 just arrived today.

What is the best or easiest way to calibrate it?

What procedure is used when calibrating with a smoke detector?

Does anyone else here have the same particular model?

Any help would be greatly appreciated.
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I am located in SE Louisiana and my Victoreen CD V-715 just arrived today.

What is the best or easiest way to calibrate it?

What procedure is used when calibrating with a smoke detector?

Does anyone else here have the same particular model?

Any help would be greatly appreciated.
 Quoting: SwampRatLost

Unfortunately, your CDV-715 is probably not going to be much use for measuring small changes in background radiation. It's a very high-rate device, meant for use in extremely high gamma radiation environments, like after a nuclear attack.

Lots of info on the web if you look around. This may be of interest: [link to www.civildefensemuseum.com] .

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Hello can someone please tell me what type of a gaiger counter to buy for a female with no knowledge on these machines.I dont have alot of cash and I live in Canada.I would like something simple to use yet very very reliable.thanks Margaret
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What are your serious plans when the readings go up.?I cant believe people are saying garden now.I wouldnt trust the garden vegies and beef.Are you going to put those little cloth masks on and scotch tape your plastic on your windows?If you do hit up a cave how long would you have to stay in one?When would you know the jet stream in coming around again?Just asking please serious responses only.Margaret
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Location: near Cheyenne, Wyoming
Elevation: 6200 feet
Instruments: Ecotest MKS-05 Terra-P dosimeter radiometer

Method: Open Air, Swipe / 3 minutes

1. Date/Time: 04/04/11 @ 17:00 hrs MST
CPM= 14 (.14 uSv/h)

2. Date/Time: 04/05/11 @ 19:00 hrs MST
CPM= 12 (.12 uSv/h) (light snow)


1. Cheyenne, WY-14 CPM 04/04/11 @17:00 hrs MST

2. Cheyenne, WY-12 CPM 04/05/11 @19:00 hrs MST


Unless my equipment isn't working, I am not seeing much yet.

I did test some snow the other day and had a slight uptick, compared to recent readings anyway (holding the detector in the snow) of around 17CPM but I didn't count it as I am using the "air swipe" method. The snow is gone today and levels are low.
Maybe the snow "washed" the air?
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Phoenix, Arizona - Last Reading 4/5/11 2115 hrs 15 CPM (Previously 15 CPM)

wind = SW 4 Mi/h
temp = 79°F
avg = 15.8 CPM
std = 1.7 CPM
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Phoenix, Arizona - Last Reading 4/6/11 0730 hrs 15 CPM (Previously 15 CPM)

wind = ENE 7 Mi/h
temp = 66°F
avg = 15.7 CPM
std = 1.6 CPM
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Sedona, Arizona last reading 4/6/11 1105 hrs 21 CPM (previously 23 CPM)
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Aren't most of these instruments incapable of measuring the really bad stuff...MOX.
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Aren't most of these instruments incapable of measuring the really bad stuff...MOX.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1330547

Most of the machines we use don't directly detect individual elements like Uranium or Plutonium (the primary constituents of 'MOX'). Rather, they detect the radiation produced by the decay of these elements and their progeny. Most of the machines detect beta and gamma radiation, while some also detect alpha. Radio-active isotopes decay in long chains of parent-and-daughter products. The beta and gamma radiation produced by further stabilization and then decay of the daughter elements is what is often detected, indicating the presence of their parent elements. See article on decay chain [link to en.wikipedia.org] and gamma radiation [link to en.wikipedia.org] for enlightenment.
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Hello!

You are all doing such important work here on this thread.

I wanted to post this as they are the first readings I have seen reported anywhere. I just wanted to pass the info.

The I-131 levels in precipitation at three Oak Ridge sites were 17.7, 18.3 and 13.4 picocuries per liter, according to March 24 data released by EPA. Those March 24 levels are similar to readings in Montgomery, Ala., and Atlanta, but lower than samples taken at Olympia, Wash. (125 pCi/l) and Boise (242 pCi/l).
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[link to blogs.knoxnews.com]

I live a little north of Olympia, so walks in the rain are never going to be the same since the wind keeps blowing.

Carry on! Stay safe..
hf:
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Phoenix, Arizona - Last Reading 4/6/11 1600 hrs 17 CPM (Previously 15 CPM)

wind = S 15 Mi/h
temp = 81°F
avg = 15.8 CPM
std = 1.6 CPM
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Sedona monitor here. Suggest the GLP Radiation Reporters check any local rain collected by a paper towel as shown in this clip:

Detector starts out reading 13 CPM, then jumps up to 228 CPM near wet paper towel. That is hot!
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Just a suggestion. I was in Germany when Chernobyl occured. We were monitoring with AN/PDR 27 (beta/gama) and AN/VDR 56F (alpha/x-rays). We could not see much of a change in day to day background. A young kid suggested we check the air filters on vehicles. Most readings were 4-5 times background. The highest we ever monitored was 30 times background.
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Just a suggestion. I was in Germany when Chernobyl occured. We were monitoring with AN/PDR 27 (beta/gama) and AN/VDR 56F (alpha/x-rays). We could not see much of a change in day to day background. A young kid suggested we check the air filters on vehicles. Most readings were 4-5 times background. The highest we ever monitored was 30 times background.
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Great idea! Engines intake a lot more air than humans breathe. Engine air filters should collect radioactive particles at higher concentrations than in ambient air.
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Just a suggestion. I was in Germany when Chernobyl occured. We were monitoring with AN/PDR 27 (beta/gama) and AN/VDR 56F (alpha/x-rays). We could not see much of a change in day to day background. A young kid suggested we check the air filters on vehicles. Most readings were 4-5 times background. The highest we ever monitored was 30 times background.
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THIS
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Suggest the GLP Radiation Reporters check any local rain collected by a paper towel...
 Quoting: hermit 1247155

Just tried it, collecting some first rainwater on a paper towel from some thunderstorms that just rolled through. Nothing.
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Suggest the GLP Radiation Reporters check any local rain collected by a paper towel...
 Quoting: hermit 1247155

Just tried it, collecting some first rainwater on a paper towel from some thunderstorms that just rolled through. Nothing.


According to this animation, Arizona is due to get hit by a wave of Xe-133 tomorrow morning and afternoon: [link to transport.nilu.no]

Sedona is supposed to get showers for next couple of days. If we do, will conduct the paper towel test to see if anything shows up.
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Phoenix, Arizona - Last Reading 4/6/11 2130 hrs 14 CPM (Previously 17 CPM)

wind = ENE 5 Mi/h
temp = 73°F
avg = 15.7 CPM
std = 1.6 CPM

Note: Just after thunderstorms, ground still wet.
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bump
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If the isotope is a alpha emitter and soluble, wait until your filter is dry. It is very hard or impossible to see an alpha emmiter in water. Pu comes to mind.
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Phoenix, Arizona - Last Reading 4/7/11 0730 hrs 16 CPM (Previously 14 CPM)

wind = E 5 Mi/h
temp = 64°F
avg = 15.7 CPM
std = 1.6 CPM
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Thanks for this hf
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Sedona, Arizona - last reading 4/7/11 1105 hrs 21 CPM (previous reading 21 CPM)
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Phoenix, Arizona - Last Reading 4/7/11 1530 hrs 15 CPM (Previously 16 CPM)

wind = SW 15 Mi/h
temp = 82°F
avg = 15.7 CPM
std = 1.6 CPM

Replying to AC 1074669:
If you'd like to be included in the regular update that OP maintains in the first post on page 1, I'll bet he would be glad to have you. Try to post at least once per day and supply the reporting station information as in that first post.
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I tried to get a radalert 100 but they are all sold out. It has been raining so much here in NW it would be good to have one.

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