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Offline S T I G

Guys, NUKEWORKER.com is amazing, and there is no doubt that it's the best.  However, I have recently discovered a few other extremely beneficial sites that you might want to take a look at in your spare time. They are jammed pack with helpful links and resources specifically related to Rad Pro and Health Physics. Check em out! Some of them you may have heard of before.(nrrpt,orau)

http://www.philrutherford.com/radiation_links.html

http://www.physics.isu.edu/radinf/#index

http://www.voss-associates.com/Reference%20Documents%20and%20Handbooks.html

http://www.radwaste.org/index.html

http://www.orau.org/environmental-assessments-health-physics/capabilities/health-physics/hp-resources.aspx#Decommissioning

http://www.nrrpt.com/
« Last Edit: Jan 07, 2014, 04:33 by The Stig »

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Offline S T I G

Yeah, I can believe it .... that website he's got is super sweet.  I sent him and email this morning telling him how much I liked it then he sent me one back and we proceeded to have a nice little exchange...apparently he's going to set up a direct link to nukeworker.com on his page

 


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