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Abstract

Report from the Nuclear Utility Meteorological Data Users Group The Nuclear Utility Meteorological Data Users Group maintenance of the system to ensure proper data Meeting was held in Charlotte, North Carolina, on 19- collection, and the additional uses of the data from the 21 October 1994. The following is a synopsis of what SRL network for nonradiological activities. transpired at the meeting. The final session, "Dispersion Modeling and Dose Assessment," began with a talk by Doyle Pittman of The Nuclear Utility Meteorological Data Users Group the Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA) about the re- (NUMUG) was founded to provide a forum to address view of their quarterly meteorological data summaries problems and exchange ideas for those collecting and and the dose estimates that are reported to the NRC using meteorological data at nuclear facilities. The on a quarterly basis. The impact of this review and its third meeting of NUMUG was held in Charlotte, North ability to detect climate variability, changes in mea- Carolina, atthe Park Hotel on 19-21 October 1994. It surementordataprocessing methodologies, orequip- was hosted by Duke Power Company of Charlotte. ment performance changes was also discussed among Presentations included NRC (Nuclear Regulatory the attendees. Commission) Guidance and

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Published: Jan 1, 1995

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