Information about source points of anthropogenic radioactivity
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The purpose of RADLINKS is to provide the readers of RADNET with links to all the important WWW sources of information pertaining to source points of anthropogenic radioactivity. Part I of RADLINKS consists of the most significant WWW search engines for RADNET readers who wish to surf the WWW for more information on anthropogenic radioactivity or any other topic. Part II of RADLINKS is our ongoing attempt to consolidate the most important Websites on this topic in one easy to use location. This section of RADNET
A primary objective of RADNET is the documentation of aerial radiological surveys utilizing remote sensing data. Rapid changes in technology, information availablity, and the recent reorganization of defense intelligence agencies brings us closer to our goal of complete freedom of information about remote sensing data pertaining to plumes and source points of anthropogenic radioactivity. The following defense intelligence agency Websites fequently reference and occasionally provide specific information about remote sensing technologies of interest to RADNET. Also see Sandia National Laboratory, LLNL, PNNL and other DOE laboratories (Part II: D-2) for links which reference remote sensing technologies.
U.S. Intelligence Community websites:
NIMA (National Imagery and Mapping Agency): NIMA is such a new site that it does not appear in the CIA's current list of intelligence agencies. The following information was taken from the NIMA Website:
NIMA brings together in a single organization the imagery tasking, exploitation, production and dissemination responsibilities, and the mapping, charting and geodetic functions, of separate organizations of the Defense and Intelligence communities. By providing comprehensive management of U.S. imaging and geospatial capabilities, NIMA will improve support to national and military customers alike.
NIMA's mission is to provide timely, relevant, and accurate imagery, imagery intelligence, and geospatial information in support of national security objectives. The agency's vision is to guarantee the information edge -- ready access to the world's imagery, imagery intelligence, and geospatial information.
NIMA incorporates the Defense Mapping Agency , the Central Imagery Office, and the Defense Dissemination Program Office in their entirety; and the mission and functions of the CIA's National Photographic Interpretation Center. These organizations are disestablished effective today. Also included in NIMA are the imagery exploitation, dissemination, and processing elements of the Defense Intelligence Agency, National Reconnaissance Office, and Defense Airborne Reconnaissance Office."
U.S. Intelligence Community Related websites:
The U.S. Department of Energy has numerous WWW sites on the Internet, including the mammoth Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy Network. To link with this DOE site as well as with other U.S. Government non-nuclear information sources (EPA, Congressional Record, Library of Congress, etc.) visit RADLINKS III: B.
|Editor's Note regarding FedWorld: We have tried repeatedly to access basic inspection and safety assessments reports, etc., many of which we already have in hardcopy (e.g. report number 50-309/95-24: Special Team Inspection of Refueling Events). We have been unsuccessful in locating any report via the FedWorld ftp site including licensee reports, unusual occurrence reports, generic letters, and information notices. Additional information on how to locate older site-specific NRC documents would be welcome. (Warning: This site is often down. FedWorld utilizes an ftp/telnet system. FedWorld's FTP site is currently limited to 1200 users.)|
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