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Homeland Security: First Responders’ Ability to Detect and Model Hazardous Releases in Urban Areas is Significantly Limited
Nancy R. Kingsbury (au)
First responders are responsible for responding to terrorist-related and accidental releases of Chemical, Biological, Radiological, or Nuclear (CBRN) materials in urban areas. Two primary tools for identifying agents released and their dispersion and effect are equipment to detect and identify CBRN agents in the environment, and plume models to track the dispersion of airborne releases of these agents. This is a report on: the limitations of the CBRN detection equip.; its performance standards and capabilities testing; plume models for tracking urban dispersion of CBRN materials; and info. for determining how exposure to CBRN materials affects urban populations. Charts and tables.
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