United States      Office ot
          Environmental Protection    Radiation Programs      December 1987
          Agency        Washington, B.C. 20460
          Radiation
£EPA     Low-Level and NARM
          Radioactive Wastes

          Model Documentation

          PRESTO-EPA-BRC

          Methodology and Users Manual

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40 CFR Part 193                                  EPA 520/1-87-027
Environmental Radiation Standards                (RAE 8706/1-5)
for Management and Land Disposal
of Low-Level Radioactive Wastes
    PRESTO-EPA-BRC:  A Low-Level Radioactive Waste Environmental
                      Transport and Risk Assessment Code
                    METHODOLOGY AND USERS MANUAL
                            Developed by

                            Vern Rogers
                             Cheng Hung
                            December  1987
                            Prepared for
                U.S.   Environmental  Protection Agency
                    Office of Radiation Programs
                        Washington, DC 20460
                     Cheng  Hung,  Project Officer

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     The report was prepared  as  an account of work  sponsored  by an agency
of the United States Government.   Neither  the  United States Government nor
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or their employees,  makes  any  warranty,  express or implied, nor assumes any
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infringe privately owned  rights.

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                             PREFACE


     This PREbTO-EPA-BRC model documentation provides background
"information on the mathematical modeling used to generate the
basic data for the Environmental Impact Statement  (EIS) wnich  is
used to support EPA's rulemaking for generally applicable
environmental standards for the management and disposal of
low-level radioactive wastes (LLW).  This model  was used to
assess the cumulative population health effects (including fatal
cancer deaths and serious genetic effects) to the  general
population residing  in the downstream regional water basin as  a
result of the disposal of LLW in an unregulated sanitary
landfill.  The model  is considered a member of the PRESTO-EPA
family of models.  This model is modified from the PRESTO-EPA-POP
model primarily on the addition of the radionuclide transport
pathways in the biosphere including (1) workers'  and visitors'
dust exposures, (2)  population exposures from incinerator
releases, (3) workers' and visitors'  gamma exposure, and (4)
onsite farming.  Since the mathematical formulations of the
radionuclide transport pathways in the geo- and biospheres are
basically identical  to those used in the PRESTO-EPA-POP model  and
the mathematical  formulation of organ dosimetries  are also
covered in the PRESTO-EPA-POP model documentation, the detailed
PRESTO-EPA-BKC mathematical  formulation is discussed only in the
area of Diosphere transports which are added for this moael.
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Interested readers should also refer to the PRESTO-EPA-POP model



documentation reports for further details.







     Interested persons may apply this model,  using appropriate



and applicable input data, for assessing the cumulative



population health effects resulting from the disposal  of BRC



wastes using an unregulated sanitary landfill  method.
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                           TABLE OF CONTENTS


                                                                    Page


LIST OF  FIGURES	     iv


LIST OF  TABLES	     v


EXECUTIVE SUMMARY  	     vi


1      INTRODUCTION   	     1-1

       1.1  Background on LLW Classified as BRC	     1-1
       1.2  Outline of Documentation and Users Manual   	     1-3


2      MODEL FOR  PRESTO-EPA-BRC  	     2-1


3      MODIFICATIONS  REQUIRED FOR PRESTO-EPA-BRC  	     3-1

       3.1  Dust  Exposures	     3-1

           3.1.1  Worker and Site Visitor Dust Exposure  ....     3-2
           3.1.2  Population Dust Exposure from Mechanical
                  Disturbances  	     3-4
           3.1.3  Population Exposures from Incinerator
                  Releases	     3-4
           3.1.4  Population Exposure from Natural Resuspension     3-6

       3.2  Worker and Site Visitor Gamma Exposure 	     3-6
       3.3  Nuclide Dependent Leach Fractions  	     3-8
       3.4  On-Site Farming	     3-9
       3.5  Material  Balance Adjustments 	     3-10


4      INPUT TO PRESTO-EPA-BRC 	     4-1

      4.1  Site Specific and Radionuclide Data	     4-1
      4.2  Namelist  Data	     4-15
      4.3  Data for  the Infiltration Subroutine	     4-22
      4.4  Dosimetric and Health Effects Data	     4-22


5      OUTPUT OF PRESTO-EPA-BRC  	     5-1

      5.1  Replication of Input Data	     5-1
      5.2  Radionuclide Summary Tables  	     5-1
      5.3  INFIL Input/Output 	     5-2
      5.4  Initial  Unit Response Calculations 	     5-3
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                          TABLE OF CONTENTS
                             (Continued)
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      5.5  Annual  Summaries for Intermediate Simulation Years  .    5-3
      5.6  Radionuclide Concentration Tables  	    5-3
      5.7  Radionuclide Exposure Rates  	    5-3
      5.8  DARTAB Control  Information 	    5-4
      5.9  DARTAB Dose Tables	    5-4
      5.10 DARTAB Fatal Cancer Risk Tables  	    5-4
      5.11 Radioactivity Released to the Regional Basin and
           Health Effects  	    5-5


6     SAMPLE PROBLEM  	    6-1

      6.1  Problem Definition 	    6-1
      6.2  Results	    6-9
      6.3  Job Control  Language	    6-19


REFERENCES	    R-l


APPENDIX A - PRESTO-EPA-BRC LISTING 	    A-l


APPENDIX B - SAMPLE PROBLEM OUTPUT  	    B-l
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                              LIST OF  FIGURES






Figure No.                                                            Pa9e






  6-1    PRESTO-EPA-BRC JCL	     6-20
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                              LIST OF TABLES


Table No.                                                             Page
  1-1    PRESTO-EPA Code Family	    1-2


  4-1    Description of  PRESTO-EPA-BRC Environmental  and Nuclide
         Input	    4-3

  4-2    Description of  Namelist  Input for Subroutine DARTAB .  . .    4-16

  4-3    Input Data for  Subroutine  INFIL	    4-23


  6-1    Surface  Soil  Data	    6-2

  6-2    Atmospheric Data	    6-3

  6-3    Foodchain  Parameters   	    6-5

  6-4    Radionuclide Specific  Foodchain  Data   	    6-6

  6-5    Inventory	    6-7

  6-6    Radionuclide Specific  Data	    6-8

  6-7    Radionuclide Specific  Dose  Parameters  	     6-10

  6-8    Organ Weighting Factors  	     6-11

  6-9    INFIL Input Data for the Sample  Problem	     6-12

  6-10    Maximum  Day Lengths for Sample Problem   	     6-13

  6-11    Daily Temperatures in  Degrees Celsius  	     6-14

  6-12    Hourly Rainfall Read in as  Month, Day, Rainfall Per Hour
         and  Hour and  Given in  0.1 mm/hr	     6-15

  6-13    Summary  of Results for Sample Case	     6-18
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                              EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
      The  U.S.  Environmental  Protection Agency  (EPA)  is  responsible  for



 developing  a  generally   applicable  standard  for  the  land  disposal  of



 low-level  radioactive  waste (LLW).   The  standard  will  support the  U.S.



 Nuclear Regulatory Commission and  the U.S.  Department  of Energy in develop-



 ing a national  radioactive waste management system.   Technical  support  for



 the standard includes an  estimation of  the environmental impacts from  the



 disposal  of  LLW  in a wide  variety of   facilities  ranging  from  a standard



 sanitary  landfill  to  a deep  geologic repository.





      As an  aid in developing  the standard,  a family  of  computer  codes,



 entitled   PRESTO-EPA-POP,  PRESTO-EPA-DEEP,   PRESTO-EPA-CPG,   PRESTO-EPA-BRC



 and PATHRAE-EPA has been developed  under EPA direction.   The  PRESTO-EPA-POP



 code  was the first code  developed and  served  as  the  basis  for the other



 codes  in the  PRESTO-EPA family.  The EPA uses the PRESTO-EPA  code  family to



 compare the  potential  health  impacts  of   a  broad  number of LLW disposal



 alternatives  to evaluate and support its decisions for the LLW  standard.





      This  report documents the PRESTO-EPA-BRC computer code which  estimates



 collective  population  health effects resulting from disposal  of LLW which



 is   "below  regulatory  concern"   (BRC).    The  PRESTO-EPA-BRC  code  was



 implemented  by  Rogers  and  Associates  Engineering  Corporation  from  the



 earlier  PRESTO-EPA-POP  Code.     The   PRESTO-EPA-POP   computer  code  was



 developed  under EPA  direction to estimate  possible  health  effects from



 low-level radioactive waste buried  in shallow trenches.  The  PRESTO-EPA-BRC



code  considers  exposures  from BRC waste  occurring  during  the operating





period of the disposal facility as  well   as the long term exposures resulting




from the disposal  of the  waste.    Both  individual and  population exposures




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arising  from  inhalation  of  radioactive   materials   introduced  into  the



atmosphere  by  mechanical  disturbance,  incineration  and  meteorological



effects are considered together with direct  gamma  exposure from BRC waste.



Exposure  events  are  considered  during  site  operations   and  post-closure



activities such as  on-site farming and  residency.





     The  Environmental  Protection Agency  wishes  to  warn  potential  users



that, like any complex computer code, the  PRESTO-EPA  codes can be misused.



Misuse could consist of  using the  code  to  examine  a site where one or more



critical  modeling assumptions are  invalid,  or  where values for significant



input parameters are chosen  that  do  not accurately reflect  variables such



as   radionuclide  inventory,  site meteorology,   surface  and  subsurface



hydrology and geology-,  and future  population demographics.  Certain release



and transport scenarios,  such as major changes  in  meteorology  or mining of



the  trench  contents,  are  not  considered in the PRESTO-EPA-BRC  model  and



code.  Significant  changes to the  existing  code and the input data would be



required  to consider such scenarios.   The  PRESTO-EPA  codes  were developed



to assess  and  compare alternative methods  for  managing  and  disposing  of



LLW at generic sites for general  scenarios.   The  codes were not developed



to analyze specific  sites.

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                              1.   INTRODUCTION










 1.1   BACKGROUND  ON  LLU  CLASSIFIED AS BRC





      The   U.S.   Environmental  Protection  Agency   (EPA)  is  developing  a



 comprehensive   environmental   protection   standard  for  the  disposal  of



 low-level  radioactive waste  (LLW)  and wastes which  are "below regulatory



 concern"  (BRC).  The  EPA has  evaluated LLW radiation exposures and risks to



 the   general   population  and  to  critical  population  groups  using  the



 PRESTO-EPA family  codes  (EPA87a through  EPA87g).          These codes and



 documents  provide  the  technical  support  for  the  development  of  the



 standard.





      Table 1-1  provides  a  brief description  of  each  of  the  EPA  codes.



 These codes,   and  how the  EPA uses them,  have been  described in  detail



 (Hu83,  Ga84).    Information on obtaining  complete  documentation  and  users'



 manuals  for the PRESTO-EPA  family  of codes  (EPA87a  through   EPA879)  is



 available  from the EPA.





      The  evaluation  of population  exposures  and  risks from disposed BRC



waste  considers exposures  occuring  during  the  operating  period of  the



disposal  facility  as well  as offsite  exposures  to  populations following



site  closure.   For example,  workers  at a sanitary  landfill  (SLF)  are not



radiation  workers;  hence,  worker doses  must  be  considered  in  evaluating



general  population  annual  dose  commitments.    In  addition,  the  general



public has access  to  many  facilities  appropriate  for BRC  waste disposal.



Since  the original   PRESTO-EPA   family  of  computer  codes  for  assessing



population dose  commitments and  risks  did not  consider exposure mechanisms
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                                 TABLE 1-1

                          PRESTO-EPA CODE FAMILY
PRESTO-EPA Code
                        Purpose
PRESTO-EPA-POP
PRESTO-EPA-DEEP
PRESTO-EPA-CPG
PRESTO-EPA-BRC
PATHRAE-EPA
Estimates cumulative population health effects to local
and regional basin populations from land disposal of LLW
by shallow methods; long-term analyses are modeled
(generally 10,000 years).

Estimates cumulative population health effects to local
and regional basin populations from land disposal of LLW
by deep methods.

Estimates maximum annual whole-body dose to a critical
population group from land disposal of LLW by shallow or
deep methods; dose in maximum year is determined.

Estimates cumulative population health effects to local
and regional basin populations from less restrictive
disposal of BRC wastes by sanitary landfill and
incineration methods.

Estimates annual whole-body doses to a critical
population group from less restrictive disposal of BRC
wastes by sanitary landfill and incineration methods.
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associated with BRC  disposal,  it  was  necessary  to  develop and document new



computer programs to accomplish this function.





     Under EPA direction, Rogers and Associates  Engineering Corporation has



modified  the  PRESTO-EPA-POP  code  by modifying  exposure  pathways.    The



resulting  computer  code,  PRESTO-EPA-BRC,  described in this  document,  more



accurately assesses  the  cumulative  population exposures  which could result



from unregulated disposal of BRC  waste.   Radiation  exposure  rates to  which



the  critical  population  group  might  be  exposed  are  evaluated  by  the



PATHRAE-EPA code (EPA87f).









1.2  OUTLINE OF DOCUMENTATION AND USERS MANUAL





     The purposes  of this Users  Manual are to  describe  the  modifications



made  to  PRESTO-EPA-POP   in  producing  the  PRESTO-EPA-BRC  code  given  in



Chapter 2, to explain the usage of the code in Chapter 3, and  to  document  a



typical sample  run  in Chapter 4.   A source listing  of  the  PRESTO-EPA-BRC



code is  given  in  Appendix A and  a  complete output  from the  sample run  is



presented in Appendix B.





     The  complete  results   of  the  BRC  analyses  are  presented  in   the



Background   Information  Document and  Economic  Impact Analysis  supporting



the  development  of  EPA's  generally  applicable  standards   for  the   land



disposal of LLW (EPA87h,  EPA87i).
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                        2.   MODEL  FOR  PRESTO-EPA-BRC




      The  computer code PRESTO-EPA-BRC is a modification of the  PRESTO-EPA-

 POP   code   prepared   to calculate  collective  population  health  effects

 resulting  from  disposal  of  radioactive  waste  which  is  "below  regulatory

 concern"  (BRC).  Details of the PRESTO-EPA model development and  methodology

 are  given  in appropriate EPA  documents  (EPA87a).   A major purpose of this

 document  is to  indicate  how  the  original  PRESTO-EPA model  and code were

 modified  to assess the radiation doses  and  risks  associated  with the less

 restrictive disposal  of BRC wastes.


      The   major   modifications   to  PRESTO-EPA-POP   made   in   generating

 PRESTO-EPA-BRC   involve  adding  the  ability  to  calculate and   accumulate

 exposures during the  disposal  facility operations.  Since PRESTO-EPA-POP is

 oriented  to post-closure events,  all  operations  impacts  are  evaluated  in

 the  first  year  of  the simulation  and  are  accumulated  in  existing code

 variables for input to  the DARTAB subroutines.


      Modifications incorporated into PRESTO-EPA-BRC include:


      •    Worker and  site visitor dust inhalation during operations.

      •    Population  dust  inhalation  from  mechanical  disturbances
          during operations.

      t    Population inhalation of incinerator releases during ope rat ions.

      t    Worker and  site visitor gamma exposure during operations.

     •    Nuclide-dependent leach fractions.

     •    Changes  in  the  method  for  considering the  on-site farming
          option.

     0    Adjustments to material balance calculations.


These modifications are discussed in detail in Chapter 3.


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               3.  MODIFICATIONS REQUIRED FOR PRESTO-EPA-BRC










     This chapter details the modifications that were required to adapt the



PRESTO-EPA-POP methodology  and  the  computer  code for the assessment of BRC



wastes.









3.1  DUST EXPOSURES





     When calculating exposures  to non-radiation workers at typical municipal



waste disposal facilities,  such as sanitary landfills and municipal dumps,



it  is  necessary  to  consider  the disposal  facility  workers  and  members of



the  general  public  who  visit the   facility   as   non-radiation  workers.



Members of  the  general  public who  frequent  the  facility include those who



themselves  dispose  of waste  and refuse at  the facility  and  unauthorized



persons who are  potential  scavengers.  Both  workers and visitors  to the



site will  be exposed to varying  levels of atmospheric dust and direct gamma



radiation,  depending  on   their  particular  location  (characterized  by



relative  levels   of  dust   and  gamma   radiation)  and  time  spent  at  each



location.   Account is made  of these factors in determining dust exposures.





     Dust  exposures to the population  occur through four mechanisms:  worker



and site visitor dust  exposure  during operations,  population dust  exposure



from mechanical  disturbances during  operations, population exposure  from



incineration  releases during  operations,   and  population  exposure  from



natural  resuspension.  These exposure  mechanisms are described below.
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 3.1.1  Worker and Site Visitor Dust Exposure


     Worker and site visitor dust exposures are assumed to be constant from

 year  to  year during operations.   Thus, the  cumulative  dust exposure over

 the  operational  life  of the facility can  be  determined  by multiplying the

 annual   exposure  rate  by  the  operational   life   of  the   facility.    In

 PRESTO-EPA-BRC  this  cumulative exposure  is  calculated and  added  to other

 exposures  not  related to  operations  in the  first year  after  operations,

 which  is the first year of the code simulation.


     The  effective  atmospheric concentration  for  worker and  site visitor

 dust exposure over the period of operations is calculated by the expression


               YS02 - 0.001 D1R RR FTMECH FACTIM POPDST/POP           (3-1)


 where


  D1R     = the waste concentration in the trench (Ci/kg)

  FTMECH  = the fraction of time that site operations are active

  RR      = the average dust loading to which workers or visitors
            are exposed on site (g/m^)

  FACTIM  = the operating life of the facility (yr)

  POP     = the total  population of the simulation  (persons)

  POPDST  = the average worker and site visitor population (persons)


The factor  0.001  accounts for units  conversions  (10~3 kg per  gram).   The

factors  0.001,  D1R,  and  RR  represent the  average concentration  to  which

workers  and visitors  are  exposed  during  the time  they  spend   on  site.

Multiplication  by  FACTIM effectively integrates the annual dust  exposure

rates during operations as noted  above.
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      The  ratio POPDST/POP anticipates the fact that all  cumulative effective

 individual  exposures are  multiplied  by  POP  (the total  population  of  the

 simulation)  later  in  the  code to  determine  the  collective  population

 exposures.  When that multiplication occurs, the factor  POP  properly cancels

 from  this contribution to  the collective population exposure.   Thus,  the

 variable  YS02  represents  the  cumulative collective  air concentration  for

 workers and site visitors.


      If  worker  breathing rates  are  different from that  of the  population

 at  large, proper  account  can be made of the difference  if the user adjusts

 FTMECH  by multiplying  by the  ratio  of the  worker  breathing  rate  to the

 general population breathing rate.


      The  variable  POPDST is equal  to the number  of  equivalent  full-time,

 full -exposure  (dust) workers.   Its  magnitude is  determined  by  the  user

 outside of PRESTO-EPA-BRC  using  the  relative  dust loadings  for each worker

 population by the expression:
                         POPDST = ]T WPi fD1 fti                     (3-2)
where
     WP-j  = the worker and site visitor population at the ith
            location (person)

          = the fraction of maximum dust concentration at the ith
            location (g/m^)

     f^i  = the fraction of a 40 hr work week spent by WPi at the
            ith location

     n    = the number of locations considered
The worker and site visitor collective nuclide concentration in air is then

added to ATCON(I),  the nuclide-specific total  collective air concentrations

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accumulated over population and time.  The array ATCON(I) after appropriate



preparation  is  passed  to  the  DARTAB  subroutine  for  calculations  of



collective doses and risks resulting from exposure to contaminated air.





3.1.2  Population Dust Exposure from Mechanical  Disturbances





     The  effective  atmospheric  concentration for population  dust exposure



resulting  from mechanical disturburances  during  operations  is  calculated



during the first year of the simulation by the expression:





                   YS02A = D1R FACTIM RMECH EXPOS  FTWIND              (3-3)





where  the product  of  EXPOS  and FTWIND  is  the Gaussian  plume  atmospheric



concentration  per  unit source  strength.   It effectively  accomplishes  the



transport  and  dispersion  of  contaminants  from the  point of  disturbance



(ground level) to the  exposed population, in  a  manner  identical  to that of



PRESTO-EPA-POP.  The variables EXPOS and FTWIND are input to PRESTO-EPA-BRC.



The variable RMECH is  the  rate  of dust  suspension  from mechanical disturb-



ances (kg/sec)  and  other variables  are as  earlier  defined.





     The  population  dust  exposure  resulting from  operations is  added  to



ATCON(I)  in  a manner  identical to  that  described  above for workers  and



visitor dust exposures.





3.1.3  Population Exposures from Incinerator Releases





     The  effective  atmospheric  concentration   for  population  exposure



resulting  from incinerator releases during operations  is  calculated  in the



first year of the simulation according to  the relation:





             YS02B  = D1R FACTIM  RINC  CHIQ2 FTWIND2 FVOLAT(I)          (3-4)
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where





     RING      = the incineration rate (kg/sec)



     FVOLAT(I) = the nuclide-specific volatility factor





The product of CHIQ2 and FTWND2 is the Gaussian plume atmospheric concentra-



tion per  unit source strength.  It  effectively  accomplishes  the transport



and dispersion  of the  contaminant  from  the elevated  incinerator  stack  to



the exposed  population, which is input to  PRESTO-BRC.   The variable CHIQ2



includes the  effects of both  buoyancy  and  momentum in  accounting for plume



rise.  Other  variables  are as earlier defined.





     The variable RING  is essentially a flag available  to the  user to acti-



vate or  disallow onsite incineration.   If the  user inputs a non-positive



value  of  RING,  then  no incineration  is  allowed.    If the user,  however,



specifies a positive value for RING, the PRESTO-EPA-BRC code calculates the



correct  value for  the  incineration  rate.   All  waste is  assumed to  be



incinerated and the annual  incineration rate is found from the expression:





            RING = (3.17E-5) TAREA (TDEPTH-OVER)  DENCON/FACTIM        (3-5)





where





  TAREA   = the total trench area (m2)



  TDEPTH  = the total trench depth (m)



  OVER    = the depth of cover material  over waste  (m)



  DENCON  = the density of the waste, (g/cm3)





The number 3.17E-5 adjusts  the product to  maintain  consistent  units.   The



numerator in  Equation (3-5)  represents  the total  waste  incinerated over the



operational  life of  the facility.   Division by  FACTIM makes  RING  equal  to
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 the annual  incineration  rate, assumed  to be  constant  over the  operating



 life of the facility.





 3.1.4  Population Exposure  from Natural  Resuspension





      The  population  exposure  resulting  from   natural   resuspension  is



 calculated  during   operations  in  an  identical   manner  as  contained  in



 PRESTO-EPA-POP after  operations.    As  with  other dust  exposures  during



 operations, this  exposure is  accumulated  over  the operational  life  of the



 facility and added  to  ATCON(I)  in  the  first year  of the  simulation.   Trans-



 port and  dispersion from  the site is  effectively accomplished  when  the



 calculated release  rate  from the  site  is multiplied by  EXPOS and  FTWIND



 (similar to the treatment described above  for mechanical disturbances).









 3.2  WORKER AND SITE VISITOR  GAMMA EXPOSURE





      As  noted  earlier,  disposal  facility workers  and  site visitors must  be



 considered  non-radiation  workers  in  determining   the  risks resulting  from



 BRC disposal  of  any LLW.   In  calculating  exposures  resulting from  direct



 gamma  radiation,  the maximum  expected  gamma  radiation  level  is  used  as  a



 basis for calculating gamma  doses to workers and visitors in  PRESTO-EPA-BRC.



 In  the  implementation,  the  gamma  radiation   levels  are  expressed  as  a



 fraction  of  the maximum expected gamma radiation  level  to which workers  or



 visitors would be exposed during the time they  spend on site.  Depending  on



 their  relative locations,  the  workers and visitors  are exposed  to gamma



 radiation which is proportional to that fraction.   The equivalent fulltime,



 full-exposure  population   is   used to  represent  population  exposure to



workers and visitors from gamma radiation.
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     The  cumulative  worker  and  site visitor gamma  exposure  is calculated

in the  first  year of the  simulation  in  a  manner similar to that described

for  PRESTO-EPA-POP  (EPA85a).  This  methodology  calculates  gamma exposures

to an  individual  standing on a  contaminated  infinite  plane.   In the first

year  of  a  PRESTO-EPA-BRC  simulation,  however,  a  departure  from  the

PRESTO-EPA-POP methodology accounts  for exposures to  the workers  and site

visitors.  This occurs by modifying the parameter FGAM in PRESTO-EPA-POP by

factors to account for the population  being  exposed  during  operations,  the

cumulative effect over the operating  period  and  the  fact that the nuclides

have  not  decayed  during  each  year  of  exposure.   The  modified FGAM  is

denoted by FGIM.


     In the first year of  the  PRESTO-EPA-BRC  simulation  FGIM  is defined by

the equation:


                     FGIM = FGAM FACTIM POPG/DECOP(I)                 (3-6)


where


 POPG     = equivalent, full-time, full-exposure (gamma)  population

 DECOP(I) = an adjustment to the inventory  to account for constant
            delivery  rate and decay during  operations (discussed in
            Section 3.5).


The variable POPG  is calculated as follows by the user outside PRESTO-EPA-BRC

and provided as input:


                                N

                        POPG =  £  WPi  fGi  ftl-                        (3-7)
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 where


     WP-j   =  the worker and site visitor population at the  ith  location

     fgj   =  the fraction of the maximum exposure rate at the ith  location

     fti   =  the fraction of a 40 hour work week spent by WP-j at the
             ith location

     N     =  the number of locations considered


     In  PRESTO-EPA-BRC  the  coefficient FGIM  replaces  the 'coefficient  FGAM

 (in  PRESTO-EPA-POP) to calculate the gamma exposure only for the  first  year

 of the  simulation.  Thus, in the first year, the accumulated gamma exposure

 represents  gamma  exposures  to  workers  and  site  visitors.   In  subsequent

 years,  the  gamma  exposure  is  calculated  as  in  PRESTO-EPA-POP,  with the

 coefficient  FGAM being used.  Thus, subsequent additions to the accumulated

 gamma  exposure  represents exposure of a single individual  for one year to

 radioactive  concentrations accumulated on the ground surface.
 3.3  NUCLIDE DEPENDENT LEACH FRACTIONS


     The  uncertainties  associated  with the leaching  properties  of the BRC

 waste  in  either  a  sanitary  landfill  on  a  municipal dump  makes nuclide-

 dependent leaching very desirable.   PRESTO-EPA-POP only accommodates nuclide

 dependence in the equilibrium and  solubility  leach  options (LEAOPT = 1, 2,

 3, or  4).  A  single  waste-form dependent leach  fraction is  used  for all

 nuclides in the case of the  leach fraction  option (LEAOPT  = 5).  PRESTO-EPA-

 BRC modifications allow the use of  nuclide dependent  leach fractions input

and stored  in  the  XKD(2,I)  array.   These array elements,  which normally

contain the  nuclide  specific waste  form distribution   coefficients,  are

interpreted as release fractions when  a release factor,  RELFAC,  less  than
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 zero  is  input.   For  RELFAC values  equal  to  or  greater than  zero  the

 original  interpretation  and  usage  hold.
 3.4  ON-SITE  FARMING


     PRESTO-EPA-BRC also  allows  population  dust exposures from  post-closure

 activities  such  as  on-site  farming.    In  order  to  calculate  non-zero

 population  exposures  resulting from dust inhalation due to on-site farming

 operations, the  following three  conditions  must be met concurrently:


     •     It  is  not the first  year  after  operations  (first year of the
           simulation).

     •     The  current  time  in  the simulation is greater than or equal
           to  IRRES1  (first year  of mechanical  resuspension)  but less
           than   or  equal   to   IRRES2   (last   year   of   mechanical
           resuspension).

     •     The  input value for  dust  concentration  on-site (RR) must be
           less than zero.


 Only when  these  conditions are simultaneously satisfied are the atmospheric

 concentrations (YS02C) of nuclides  from post-closure mechanical  disturbance

 represented by the expression:


                  YS02C = CS(I) RMECH FTMECH EXPOS FTWIND             (3-8)


 where


   CS(I)  = the  surface concentration of the nuclide I, Ci/kg

   RMECH  = the  rate of dust suspension by mechanical activities,
            kg/sec

   FTMECH = the fraction of a year during which on-site operations
            are conducted


Under  all  other  circumstances  exposures  resulting  from  on-site  farming

equal  zero by  definition.

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     PRESTO-EPA-BRC will  calculate exposures resulting from consumptions of
vegetation grown on-site  and  from  natural biointrusion in a manner identical
to that described in PRESTO-EPA-CPG (EPA85d).


3.5  MATERIAL BALANCE ADJUSTMENTS

     The  nuclide  losses  during   operations   can  greatly  influence  the
available inventory the  first year after closure.   Appropriate corrections
identical to those used in PRESTO-EPA-CPG  are  made to the inventory through
the expressions:
                                                                      (3-9)
 DECOP(I) = ((EXP(DECAY(I)) - 1.0)/DECAY(I)) (1.- EXP(-DECAY(I) FACTIM) /
                                                  (DECAY(I) FACTIM)

where

 DECAY(I) = the decay constant  of  nuclide  I  (yr-1)

The  factor  (EXP(DECAY(I))-1.0)/DECAY(I)  accounts  for  radioactive  decay
during the  first  (and  subsequent)  year(s) after operations  cease.   The
remaining expression accounts  for both a constant  delivery rate  of waste
and radioactive decay during  operations.

     Multiplication of  the nuclide inventory by DECOP(I)  converts the total
inventory delivered to the site to  the average  inventory  remaining  in the
site over the  first year  following the  conclusion of operations.
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                         4.   INPUT TO PRESTO-EPA-BRC










      There are four sets of  input data for PRESTO-EPA-BRC analysis.   They



 are:    (1)  site specific and radionuclide data  used  to calculate  nuclide



 concentrations by the environmental transport section of the code,  (2)  name-



 list  format data for DARTAB  calculations of tabular output,  (3) hydrogeologic



 and  meteorologic data for  subroutine  INFIL,  and (4) dosimetric and health



 effects data used by the DARTAB  submodel.   Preparation of the first  three



 data  sets  will  be explained in the following sections.   The fourth data  set



 was   created  by  the  program RADRISK  (Du80).   This  data  file  contains



 reference  dosimetric  information  and  is not usually  modified  for a specific



 run.   The RADRISK reference  (Du80)  should  be  consulted for  information on



 changing the data in this file.





      These four input data  sets are  grouped into three  separate disk files,



 each  assigned  a unique  FORTRAN   input  unit  number.    The  data  sets  are



 organized  as  follows:





      t     Data  sets  (1)  and (2) form one file with input unit 5.



      •     Data  set (3) is assigned  input unit 4.



      •     Data  set (4) is assigned to unit 25.










 4.1   SITE  SPECIFIC AND RADIONUCLIDE DATA





      These  data are  used in  the  transport  section  of  PRESTO-EPA-BRC.    The



 data  describe  physical and  hydrogeological  characteristics of the facility



 and  site,  meteorological data  for atmospheric  dispersion  and  deposition,



data  for the  biological  pathways  and the  radionuclide  characteristics and
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inventories.   This data set also contains disposal technology and  exposure



scenario data, allowing for detailed site and exposure scenario descriptions.



It  is   read  in   standard  FORTRAN  formatted  style  by  subroutine  SOURCE.



Table 4-1 presents a description  of the input  variables,  format  and  card



sequence for  this data  set.
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                                 TABLE 4-1

       DESCRIPTION OF PRESTO-EPA-BRC ENVIRONMENTAL AND NUCLIDE INPUT
Card    Variable (Input Format)
                  Description
CARD 1  Run Identification (20A4)

            TITLE
- Identifies the  run.   Up to  80 characters
  are allowed.
CARD 2  Location and Site Description (20A4)

            LOCATE
- Location of  the disposal  site.    Up  to 80
  characters  are allowed.
CARD 3  Time, Nuclides, and Farming Control Parameters (1615)
            MAXYR


            NONCLD


            LEAOPT
            NYR1, NYR2
            IOPVWV
            IOPSAT
- The number  of  years for which  the simula-
  tion will  run.

- The number  of  radionuclides  which are used
  in the simulation.  Must be 40 or less.

- The leaching option.  Radionuclides will  be
  removed from  trench  in different  manners
  depending  on the  value  of  LEAOPT.  Must  be
  one of  the  following calculation methods.
  (Option -1 through 5.)

  Option  	Leach Calculation Method	

    1     Total  contact, distribution coeffi-
          cient
    2     Immersed  fracton,  distribution co-
          efficient
    3     Total  contact, solubility
    4     Immersed fraction,  solubility
    5     Release  fraction   (may  be  nuclide
          dependent

- Beginning  and  ending years  of trench  cap
  failure.  Both  values must be less than  or
  equal  to MAXYR.   NYR2 must be greater than
  or equal to  NYR1.

- Option for direct farming  in  the waste.

  =-1 no on-site  farming
  = 0 on-site  farming

- Not used.
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Card    Variable (Input  Format)
                  Description
            IPRT1,  IPRT2,
            IDELT
            IRRES1,  IRRES2
            LIND
- Control  parameters.    An  annual  summary
  table  will  be produced for  each year that
  is  a multiple  of  IDELT  and  falls between
  the  range of  IPRT1 and IPRT2.

- Beginning and  ending  year for the mechani-
  cal  suspension of  contaminated  soil  into
  atmosphere.  Used in the farming scenario.

- Option  parameter  passed to  DARTAB to cal-
  culate  health  effects.   If  LIND  =  0 then
  DARTAB  computes  concentrations   and  rates
  for  maximally  exposed  individuals.    If
  LIND =  1  then  general population concen-
  trations are computed.
            IAVG1,  IAVG2
- Beginning  and  ending  years for
  nuclide concentration values.
averaging
CARD 4  External  Exposures  and Time Duration Parameters  (515)
            IVAP
            IBSMT
            IAQSTF
            IXTS
- Set  IVAP  =  1  to determine  external  gamma
  exposure to  workers  and  scavengers  during
  operations period. Otherwise,  set  IVAP = 0.

- The beginning year for the basement correc-
  tion  factor  for  surface  gamma  exposure
  calculations made by DARTAB.   If IBSMT = 0
  correction  factor  is calculated  beginning
  in  that year.    If  IBSMT  =   -1  then  no
  correction is calculated.

- Control   parameter for   aquifer  to  stream
  flow.   A  blank field defaults  to  calcula-
  tions under  the  assumption  that  the  flow
  takes place,   otherwise  the  field  should
  contain  a nonzero integer.

- Control  parameter to extend  global assess-
  ment for  an additional  9000 years  beyond
  the  local  impact  analysis period  (MAXYR).
  A  blank  field defaults to  the  extended
  analysis.     A   nonzero   integer  stops  the
  global  impact simulation at  the  end  of the
  local assessment period.
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Card    Variable (Input Format)
                  Description
            IRST
            INTYR(I),
            1=1,3
- Number  of  years  of  restricted   site  use
  after site closure.

- Intermediate years  in  the local simulation
  period  for  which  dose and  risk  output is
  desired.  Up to three times allowed.
CARD 5  Water Infiltration and Use (8F10.0)
            PCT1, PCT2
            WWATL
            WWATA
            WWATH
            SWATL
            SWATA
            SWATH
- The  fraction  of  the  waste  cap  that  is
  assumed  to  fail  by  some  artificial  means
  between  the  years NYR1 and  NYR2.   Failure
  of the cap constitutes total removal  of all
  cap,  of  OVER  Thickness,   for  PCT1 of  the
  trench area  in  NYR1  and  for  PCT2 of  the
  trench area in NYR2.   Between NYR1 and NYR2
  a linear interpolation between pairs  (NYR1,
  PCT1 and NYR2) calculates the amount  of the
  trench area  that  is totally bare.   Even if
  PCT1 and  PCT2 are set  at  zero,  the  trench
  cap  may  ultimately  fail   through  erosion;
  see function CAP and  subroutine ERORF.

- Fraction  of  irrigation  water  supplied  by
  contaminated  water  from well  (1.0 if  all
  water comes from well, 0.0 if none).

- Fraction of  animal drinking water  supplied
  by contaminated water from well (1.0  if all
  water comes from well, 0.0 if none).

- Fraction of  human drinking  water  supplied
  by contaminated water from well (1.0  if all
  water  comes from well, 0.0 if none).

- Fraction   of  irrigation water  supplied  by
  contaminated water from stream (1.0  if  all
  water comes from stream, 0.0 if none).

- Fraction  of animal drinking water  supplied
  by contaminated  water from  stream (1.0  is
  all  water comes from  stream, 0.0  if none).

- Fraction  of  human drinking  water  supplied
  by contaminated  water from  stream (1.0  if
  all  water comes from  stream, 0.0  if none).
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                                 (Continued)
Card
CARDS
6-12
Variable (Input Format) Description
Comments and References (20A4)

                              - These cards  are  available for comments and
                                references pertaining  to data set.   Up to
                                80 characters allowed in each of six cards.
 CARD  13  LLW Site Characteristics (9F10.0)
            TAREA
            TDEPTH
            OVER
            PORT
            DENCON
 -  The total combined radioactive waste surface
   area  for the  facility  being  simulated  (m^).
   Must  be nonzero.

 -  Nominal  depth  (m)  of operating  trench  in
   the  shallow  disposal  scenario.    Includes
   cover thickness.
- Thickness  of trench  overburden (m).
  must be equal to  YGMAX  of  INFIL.
                                         This
            RELFAC
            CPRJ
            SINFL
- Porosity  of  material  within  trench.   Must
  be nonzero.

- Mean density  of  the waste materials in the
  trench  (g/crrr).   For incineration  must  be
  the average density of  the ash and residue
  placed in the trench.

- The annual  release  fraction  of  the  total
  trench  inventory of  each  radionuclide  if
  LEAOPT  =  5.     For  radionucl ide-specific
  release rates  enter RELFAC = -1.

- Complement  to  one  for  the  fraction  of
  underground water  flowing to  the  stream
  (0.0  means  100   percent   to  the  regional
  basin  river).

- Annual   infiltration  rate  for  the  noncap
  portions  of  the   site  and for  local  farm-
  land (m/yr).
CARD 14 Groundwater Saturation  (2F10.0)
            SSAT
            RESAT
- Fraction of water  saturation  in the ground
  formation  beneath  the  buried  waste.    If
  SSAT = 0 or if  left  blank,  the  fraction  of
  saturation  is calculated  internally  by  the
  code.

- Fraction of residual  saturation.

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                                (Continued)
Card    Variable (Input Format) 	Description	

CARD 15 Site Operations and Haste Containers (6F10.0)

            PERMT             - Trench permeability (m/yr).

            FACTIM            - Number of years  of  active  operation  of the
                                waste site.

            TMN               - Number of years of active maintenance after
                                site  closure.     No  nuclide  migration  is
                                initiated during the  maintenance  period,
                                although radioactive decay takes place.

            CFT1              - Number  of years  before  waste  containers
                                begin failing.

            DCFT              - Number of years  after  CFT1  that containers
                                fail  completely.    At   time CFT1+DCFT  all
                                containers have failed.

            FGAM              - Dimensionless   factor   characterizing   the
                                intensity and  duration  of  gamma  exposure
                                from the basement scenario.

CARD 16 Transport Parameters (2F5.0, 7F10.0)

            DTRAQ             - The distance from the  bottom of the  trench
                                to the nominal  depth of the aquifer.   DTRAQ
                                +  TDEPTH  should  equal  the aquifer  depth
                                below the surface (m).

            DWS               - Distance  between  the  well  and  stream  for
                                basin effects  calculations  (m).

            DWELL             - Distance from the  trench to the well  used
                                for  irrigation   and drinking.     Must  be
                                nonzero (m).

            GWV               - Velocity of  the groundwater in  the  aquifer.
                                Must be nonzero (m/yr).

            AQTHK             - Thickness of  the  aquifer at  the  location  of
                                the well  (m).    This is used to calculate
                                the volume of water  in  which the available
                                radionucl ides are diluted.  Must be  nonzero.

            AQDISP             - Dispersion angle of the pol lutant plume in the
                                aquifer (radians).  Used with AQTHK to calcu-
                                late dilution volume.   Must  be  in radians.


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                                (Continued)
 Card    Variable (Input Format) 	Description	

            PORA              - Aquifer porosity.

            PORV              - Sub-trench porosity.

            PERMV             - Sub-trench permeability (m/yr).

 CARD 17 Atmospheric Parameters (7F10.0)

            H                 - Atmospheric source height  of  radionuclides
                                (m).   One meter is chosen  because  most re-
                                suspension rate measurements  are  expressed
                                for that  height.

            VG                - Settling   velocity  of  contaminated   soil
                                particles  due  to gravity  (m/s).

            U                 - Annual  average wind speed  (m/s) in  the di-
                                rection of interest.  For population calcul-
                                ations  this is  the wind  speed  toward  the
                                population centroid.   Must  be  nonzero.

            VD                - Deposition velocity (m/s).   Nominal  generic
                                value is 0.01  m/s.

            XG                - Distance   (m)   from   source  (trench)   to
                                population or  individual  of interest.   If
                                XG  is  less  than  PD,  the  adjacent  farming
                                option  will  be triggered.

            HLID               - Height  of  the  inversion layer  or lid  (m).

            ROUGH              - Hosker's roughness parameter (m).

CARD 18 Atmospheric  Parameters  (7F10.0)

            FTWIND             - Fraction of the  time  the wind blows toward
                                the population or individual of interest.

            CHIQ               - The  user-specified atmospheric  dispersion
                                parameter  for  the  population of   interest
                                which  may  be   calculated   by  an  external
                                atmospheric  dispersion  code  (s/m^).    A
                                nonzero value  will  override any calculation
                                of atmospheric dispersion  performed within
                                code.

            RE1, RE2, RES     -  Factors (including algebraic signs) used in
                                the resuspension rate equation.


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Card    Variable (Input Format)
                  Description
            RR
            FTMECH
- Has one of two usages:

  RR<0:  enables dust exposure to onsite farmer.
  Onsite farmer dust exposure calculation uses
  RMECH  rather than RR.  The absolute value of
  RR is  used to calculate worker and site visi-
  tor dust exposures during operations (g/nr).

- Fraction of a year when operations are active.
  Used in conjunction  with RR and RMECH.
CARD 19 Exposure Factors  (6F10.0)
            FTWIND2



            CHIQ2



            RMECH


            RINC



            POPG



            POPDST
- Fraction of the time wind  blows  toward the
  population of interest  when incineration is
  considered.

- Downwind atmospheric concentration per unit
  release rate for the population of interest
  when incineration  is considered (s/nr).
  Dust  resuspension
  tions (kg/s).
rate  for  onsite  opera-
  Total   waste  incineration  rate  (kg/s).  A
  non-positive  entry suppresses the incinera-
  tion calculation.

  Number of equi valent ful 1 -time, ful 1 -exposure
  onsite workers  and site  visitors  exposed to
  gamma.

  Number of equivalent ful 1 -time, ful 1 -exposure
  onsite workers  and site  visitors  exposed to
  dust.
CARD 20 Atmospheric Stability (215)
            IT
            IS
- Indicator variable  for  the type  of  atmos-
  pheric stability class formation.  Suggested
  formation is  Pasquill-Gifford,  IT = 1.

- Stability category  indicator.    Values  of
  1 to  6 correspond to stability  categories
  of A-F.  A single  value  represents the  most
  common  stability  category  from  nearest
  meteorology  station  to site of  interest.
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Card    Variable (Input Format) 	Description	

CARD 21 Precipitation Parameters (6F10.0)

            RAINF             - The rainfall  factor (R/yr).

            ERODF             - The  soil-erodibi1ity  factor  has  units  of
                                tons/acre-R,  where R = RAINF given above.

            STPLNG            - The slope steepness-length factor.

            COVER             - The crop management factor.

            CONTRL            - The erosion control practices factor.

            SEDELR            - The sediment  delivery ratio.  This ratio is
                                intended to  apply to fouling  of  waterways
                                from construction activity.

CARD 22 Soil  and Surface Water (5F10.0)

            PORS              - Porosity  of  the  surface  soil.    Must  be
                                nonzero.

            BDENS             - Bulk density of the soil  (g/cm3).   Must be
                                nonzero.

            STFLOW            - Annual   flow   rate of  the  nearest  stream
                                (m3/yr).  Must be nonzero.

            EXTENT            - The  cross  slope  extent  of  the  surface
                                region  contaminated by operational  spillage
                                (m).  Must be nonzero.

            ADEPTH            - The active  depth of  soil  in  the  surface-
                                contaminated  region.   Used for the calcula-
                                tion of  radionuclide  concentration  in  both
                                surface   soil  and  surface  water.   Must  be
                                nonzero.

CARD 23 Surface Hater Runoff (2F10.0)

            PD                - Distance from the  trench  to nearest  stream
                                (m).  Must  be nonzero.   If PD is  greater
                                than XG,  the adjacent farming option  will
                                be  triggered.

            RUNOFF            - Fraction of  the  annual   precipitation  that
                                runs off.
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Card    Variable  (Input  Format) 	Description	

CARD  24 Agricultural  Data  (7F10.0)

            Yl, Y2             - Agricultural  productivity  for  pasture  grass
                                and  other consumed vegetation  respectively
                                 (kg/m2).

            PP                 - Surface density of soil  (kg/m2).  Assumes  a
                                15  cm plow  depth.    For farming scenario,
                                this  value  should be in agreement with the
                                value of  BDENS, CARD  20.   Must  be nonzero.

            XAMBWE             - The  weathering removal  decay  constant for
                                atmospheric    deposition   onto   foodcrops
                                 (hr-1).

            TA                 - Not used.

            TE1,  TE2           - Period  of time that  pasture grass or  crops
                                and   leafy  vegetables,  respectively,  are
                                exposed  to  contaminated  air   during  each
                                growing season  (hr).

CARD  25 Agricultural  Delay  Times  and Fractions  (8F10.0)

            TH1 - TH6         - These  six  variables  represent the   delay
                                time  between  harvest  and  consumption  by
                                animal  or  man  of  pasture  grass,  stored
                                feed,   leafy   vegetables   for   maximum
                                individual   doses,   produce   for   maximum
                                individual doses;  and  leafy  vegetables and
                                produce  for   general   population exposures,
                                respectively  (hr).

            FP                 - Fraction  of each year that animals graze on
                                pasture grass.

            FS                 - Fraction  of  an animal's daily  feed that is
                                fresh grass  for  the  period of  time animals
                                are in pasture.

CARD 26 Animal Feed Data (7F10.0)

            QFC                - The amount of  feed consumed daily by cattle
                                (kg).

            QFG                - The amount of feed  consumed  daily by  dairy
                                goats (kg).
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 Card     Variable  (Input Format) _ Description __

            TF1,  TF2          - The  transport  time  (hr)  from  animal  feed
                                into milk  and  into the  receptor human for
                                the  maximum  individual  and  the  general
                                population exposures, respectively.

            TS                - Length  of time  between slaughter of animals
                                and human consumption of the resultant meat
                                (hr).

            ABSH              - The  absolute  humidity  of  the  atmosphere
                                (g/m3).    Used  for specific  activity  food-
                                chain calculations  for tritium  concentra-
                                tions in foodstuffs.   Must be nonzero.

            P14               - The fractional  equilibrium ration for  C-14.

CARD 27  Plant Root Parameters (2F10.0)

            XRTM              - Maximum   root  depth   for   on-site  farming
                                scenario (m).
            RTGR              - Root  growth  rate  constant

CARD 28 Irrigation Water Data (6F10.0)

            TW                - Not used.

            FI                - Fraction of the year that crops are irrigated.

            WIRATE            - Irrigation rate (L/m2-hr).  Application time
                                is  set  equivalent to  the  number of  frost-
                                free  days for  the  area.

            QCW, QGW,  QBW     - Values  for  the amount  of  water  (L/d)  con-
                                sumed  by milk cows, milk  goats, and  beef
                                cattle,  respectively.

CARD 29 Human Food Uptake (8F10.0)

            ULEAFY            - The human uptake of leafy vegetables  (kg/yr).

            UPROD              - The human uptake of  produce  (kg/yr).

            UCMILK            - The human uptake of  cow milk (L/yr).

            UGMILK            - The human uptake of  goat milk (L/yr).

            UMEAT              - The human uptake of  meat (kg/yr).


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                                 TABLE 4-1
                                (Continued)
Card    Variable (Input Format)
                  Description
            UWAT

            UAIR

            POP
- The human uptake of drinking water (L/yr).

- The inhalation rate (m-^/yr).

- Local  Population.
CARD SET    Repeat this set of three cards for each nuclidel
30, 31, 32+

CARD 30 Nuclide Specific Data (A8, Tl, 8A1,  2X, 7F10.0)

            NUCLID(I)         - The name  of the  radionuclide  used  in  the
                                code.   Must  be left justified and  with no
                                embedded  blanks and with a hyphen separating
                                the  alphameric  for the  element  and  the
                                numeric for  the isotope.   The names  used
                                must  agree  with  the  conventions  used  in
                                RADRISK and  DARTAB.

            NUCL(I,K), K=l,8  - Do  not  enter data  for these variables  as
                                the data  are  read from  NUCLID(I)   -  (see
                                format statement).
            TRAM(I)
            SOAM(I)
            STAM(I)
            ATAM(I)
            DECAY(I)
            SOL(I)
  The amount of each radionuclide found in the
  trench  at the  beginning of the  simulation
  (Ci).

  The amount  of  spillage onto  the  surface
  that  exists   at  the  beginning  of   the
  simulation      (fraction    of      initial
  inventory).

  The amount of  radioactivity  placed  into the
  stream  nearest  the site  at the beginning of
  the simulation  (Ci).

  The amount  of  radioactivity of each  radio-
  nuclide  placed  into  the air directly  above
  the trench  at the beginning of the  simula-
  tion (Ci).

  The radiological decay constant (yr'1).  The
  constant  is  equal  to 0.6931 divided by  the
  radiological half-life in years.

  The solubility of the  radionuclide stored
  in  the  trench  (mg/1).   SOL is used only if
  LEAOPT =  5.
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                                 TABLE 4-1
                                (Continued)
Card    Variable (Input Format) 	Description	
            CON(I)            - Conversion factor for global  health effects
                                (health effects/Ci  released).
CARD 31 Nuclide Transport Parameters (A8,  2X,  5F10.0)
            NU                - Radionuclide  name (same as  on Card 30).
            XKD(1,I)          - Surface Kd of  radionuclide  I  (ml/g).
            XKD(2,I)          - Waste  Kd  of  radionuclide   I  (ml/g).    If
                                RELFAC  =  -1,  this  is  the  nuclide  release
                                fraction.
            XKD(3,I)          - Vertical zone  Kd  of  radionuclide I (ml/g).
            XKD(4,I)          - Aquifer Kd of  radionuclide  I  (ml/g).
            FVOLAT(I)          - Volatility factor for incineration.
CARD 32 Agricultural Data for  Nuclides  (A8, 2X,  7F10.0)
            NC                - Radionuclide name (same  as  Card 30).
            RA(I)              - Radionuclide retention  fraction for  air.
            RW(I)              - Radionuclide    retention    fraction    for
                                irrigation.
            BV(I)              - Radionuclide   soil-to-plant   uptake   factor
                                for  vegetative parts.
            BR(I)              - Radionuclide   soil-to-plant   uptake   factor
                                for  grain.
            FMC(I)             - Radionuclide forage-to-milk transfer factor
                                for  cows.
            FMG(I)             - Radionuclide forage-to-milk transfer factor
                                for  goats.
            FF(I)              - Radionuclide forage-to-beef transfer factor.
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4.2  NAMELIST DATA





     This  DARTAB  input  provides   the   user  options  for  processing  the



exposure data, dosimetric data, and  tabulations  of  output.   The first data



card  is  a  title  card.   The  remaining data  are  read  using  the  FORTRAN



NAMELIST format.   The data must be  in  special  format in order  to  be read



with  NAMELIST.    The  data  are  grouped  in NAMELIST  groups.   The  first



character  in  each data  record  to  be  read  must  be  a  blank and the  first



record of  each  group must  have  an "&"  symbol  as  its second  character



followed by  the  NAMELIST  group name.   The name cannot contain  embedded



blanks and must  be  followed  by  a  comma.    The data  items  then  follow,



separated by commas.





     The order  of data  items  in  a  NAMELIST group  is  not important,  but



arrays that  refer  to  nuclides  should have the constants  in the same  order



as the data in Table 4-2.  The end of a NAMELIST group is designated by  &END.



An  example  of this type  of input  can  be  seen  in  Appendix  B.   Table  4-2



lists the NAMELIST group names  and  the variables  in  each  group.





     The data described in this  section  are  read  from logical  unit  number  5



and must follow directly after the  data  described in  Table  4-1.  Table  4-2



describes the Namelist variables utilized by the  subroutine  DARTAB.
                                      4-15

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                                 TABLE 4-2

            DESCRIPTION OF  NAMELIST  INPUT FOR SUBROUTINE DARTAB
 Namelist
  Group

INPUT
     Variable
ILOC
           JLOC
           PLOC
           AGEX


           ILET
                Description
Direction  index  of  the  exposure  array to
use for individual tables.

Distance index of the exposure array to use
for individual tables.

ILOC,  JLOC.   These  are  the  directions of
the exposure  array  that  is used  to locate
an individual  for which a dose or risk table
is printed.  AIRDOS-EPA,  the code for which
DARTAB was  originally written,  supplied  a
two-dimensional   exposure  array to  DARTAB.
PRESTO-EPA-BRC,   however,   supplies  only  a
mean  exposure  value  for  each  of  air  con-
centration, ground  surface  concentration,
collective inhalation  rate and  collective
ingestion  rate,   for  only  one  location.
These  values  are the first  entry of  the
array;  hence,   both   indices  should   be
specified as  1.
                   Percent  of
                   location
                   individual
           total  risks  to use
            for  the  exposure
           tables.
in choosing
 array  for
                               This variable  is  an indirect  indicator  of
                               the location.  Because  PRESTO-EPA-BRC  does
                               not  provide   a   two-dimensional   exposure
                               array  to DARTAB,  PLOC should be  set  to 100
                               or omitted.
                   Average  human  life  expectancy
                   (Default value = 70.7565 years).
                                  in   years
                   Array dimensioned to 2.  ILET = 1 indicates
                   combined high and low LET tables.  ILET = 2
                   indicates separate tables.   ILET(l)  refers
                   to  dose rate  tables.    ILET(2)  refers  to
                   health risk tables.
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                                TABLE 4-2
                               (Continued)
Name!1st
 Group
Variable
           DTABLE

           RTABLE
           FTABLE
Description
               For LLW  disposal  site  simulations with  a
               mixture of nuclides set ILET = 1,1 for a com-
               bined   LET  table  for  both  dose  and  risk
               tables.  For the  intrusion scenario,  where
               external  exposures  are  of  greater  impor-
               tance  the user  may wish to set ILET = 2,2.

               These  parameters indicate  which tables  are
               to be output for dose  rates, health  risks,
               and risk equivalents.   Each  is  dimensioned
               by  7   corresponding  to  table  type  shown
               below.
Type
1-a
2-b
3-c
4-d
5-e
6-f
Column
Organs or
Cancers
Organs or
Cancers
Organs or
Cancers
Nuclides
Organs or
Cancers
Nuclides
Row
Nuclides
Nuclides
Nuclides
Pathways
Pathways
Pathways
Label
Individual
Pathways
External &
Internal
All Pathways
Organs or
Cancers
Nuclides
Summed over
                               7-g
                      Organs  or
                      Cancers
              Organs or
              Cancers

   Pathways    Summed over
              Nuclides
               Table output  control  parameters

               0 = no tables  of this  type
               1 = table  for  selected individual
               2 = table  for  mean  individual
               3 = table  for  collective  group
               4 = all  three  of the  above
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                                 TABLE 4-2
                                (Continued)
  Namel 1st
  Group
Variable
Description
            OUTPUT
            GSCFAC


ORGAN       NORGN

            ORGN


            TIME


QFACTOR     HLET
            LLET


CANCER      NCANC

            CANC

            RELABS


GENETIC     GENEFF
            GEN


            NGEN

            GRFAC
           REPPER
               Logical   variable  which  indicates  whether
               dose factors  are  output.   If  .TRUE,  then
               one page  output  of dose  factors for  each
               nuclide.

               Ground  surface  correction  factor.  Accounts
               for roughness.              '

               Number  of human organs  exposed.

               Alphanumeric   double  precision  names   of
               organs.   There  are NORGN entries.

               Time associated with dose commitment  (yr).
               There are NORGN entries.

               Relative   biological  effectiveness  factor
               to  use  for high-LET dose  rates to  convert
               absorbed  dose  to  dose  equivalent  (rem).
               There are NORGN entries.

               Same as  HLET  but  for  low-LET  dose  rates.
               There are NORGN entries.

               Number of  cancers to be considered.

               Alphanumeric double precision cancer names.

               Flag denoting absolute (=1) or relative  (=2)
               risk model used for each cancer.

               Logical    variable    indicates    output   of
               genetic effects.   If GENEFF =  .TRUE,  then
               genetic effects  are output.    If  GENEFF  =
               .FALSE,  then genetic  effects are  not output.

              Alphanumeric double  precision  names  of the
               organs to be considered for genetic effects.

              Number of human organs exposed.

              Risk  conversion factors   (genetic  effects
              per rad  per million births).  GRFAC(l)  cor-
              responds to low-LET doses.   GRFAC(2)  corre-
              sponds to  high-LET  doses.   There  are  NGEN
              entries.

              Replacement rate for  the population.
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                                 TABLE 4-2
                                (Continued)
 Name!1st
  Group
     Variable
            GLLET
RNUCLD
            GNLET
NONCLD
            NUCLID
            PSIZE
            RESP
            GIABS
                 Description
 Relative   biological   effectiveness   factor
 used  for  low-LET  genetic  doses to  convert
 absorbed   dose  to  dose  equivalent   (rem).
 There  are  NGEN entries.

 Same  as  GLLET but for high-LET.  There  are
 NGEN  entries.

 Number of  radionucl ides.

 This  number  must  be equivalent to the same
 variable used in transport portion of code,
 Card  3, but  always  less than or equal to 40.

 Alphanumeric  double precision  radionuclide
 names.

 Must  be written  without  embedded   blanks.
 Must  be listed  here  in  same   order  as  in
 transport  section  of  input,  cards  26+.
 Each name  must be set  within apostrophes.

 Activity median  aerodynamic  diameter asso-
 ciated  with  each  radionuclide (10~6  m).
 There are  NONCLD entries.

 Respiratory clearance  class associated with
 each radionuclide.  A  respiratory clearance
 class of either day ('D'), week ('W'), year
 ('Y'), gas ('*'), or not used (' ') must be
 entered  for  each  nuclide  in   the  trench.
 There  are  NONCLD  entries.   More  extensive
 lists  are  given  in  Sullivan,   et  al.
 (Su81).

 GI absorption factors.

 The absorption factor  for  each  of  the four
 segments of  the  GI tract  for  each  nuclide
must be  entered.   The  DARTAB  code  expects
 a  value  for  each  segment (stomach,  small
 intestine,  upper  large intestine  and lower
 large intestine).    However,  most  metabolic
models assume that materials are  absorbed
only   in   the  small   intestine   (Su81).
Therefore,   input   zero values  for   all  GI
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                                 TABLE 4-2
                                (Continued)
  Namelist
   Group
 LOGTAB
      Variable
 NTLOC
            RNLOC
            OGLOC


            PTLOC
            FALOC
            HLLOC
ORGANF
LTABLE



NORGB


ORGB
                Description
                                segments except the small intestine.
                                are four entries for each nuclide.
                                                          There
 Number of location tables to be output.

 Since  PRESTO-EPA-POP  does   not   provide  a
 location  array  of environmental   concentra-
 tions to DARTAB, NTLOC must be set to zero.

 Radionuclide  used  for table.   SUM results
 in the sum of all  nuclides, WORKLEVL results
 in working level calculations, WLSUM results
 in total risk for all nuclides.

 Organ  or cancer  to  use for  table.    SUM
 results in sum of all cancers.

 Pathway used.   This  variable specifies the
 pathway  to   use  in  printing the location
 table.   Values of  1 to 7  will  result  in
 ingestion,   inhalation,   air    immersion,
 ground  surface exposures,  internal  expo-
 sures  (sum  of  ingestion and  inhalation),
 external  exposures   (sum of  air  immersion
 and  ground  surface  exposures), and  total,
 respectively.

 Factor to be printed

 0 = both high- and low-LET
 1 = only combined  LET table
 2 = all  three tables.

 Factor to be printed

 = 0 both high- and low-LET
 = 1 only combined  LET table
 = 2 all  three tables.

 Indicates selected   individual  (LTABLE=1),
mean  individual  (LTABLE=2),  or  collective
 group (LTABLE=3).

 Number  of organ  dose  weights  to  use  to
combine  dose rates.

 The organs to be used.
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                                TABLE 4-2
                               (Continued)
Namelist
 Group     	Variable	  	Description	

           ORGDAT              Organ dose weighting factors.

           IPATH               Exposure  pathway affected  (1 = ingestion;
                               2 = inhalation;3  = air immersion; 4 = ground
                               surface; 5 = all pathways).

                               The Internation  Commission  on Radiological
                               Protection has  recently suggested  the  use
                               of  a  risk  equivalent  which  provides  a
                               stochastic weighting of radiosensitivity of
                               various organs  in the  body  for exposure to
                               whole body radiation.
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4.3  DATA FOR THE INFILTRATION SUBROUTINE





     The input  data  to the  infiltration  subroutine (INFIL) are  read from



input  unit  4.   The  infiltration  data  are of  four types:   hydrologic and



trench description characteristics;  maximum  day length in  hours  by month;



daily  mean  temperatures  by  month;  and  hourly  precipitation   for  nonzero



precipitation events.  The last card in the  data  set  must have "99" in the



first two columns.  Table 4-3 gives  a complete  description  of  the data and



card locations  for this data  file.
4.4  DOSIMETRIC AND HEALTH EFFECTS  DATA






     This data set  is  read in  an  unformatted  form  from  input  unit  25.   This



data  file  is  on  a  magnetic tape  which  contains  reference dosimetric



information about many radionuclides and was created by  the program RADRISK.



This data set is very extensive and is usually not  modified  for a specific



run.  For a more detailed  description  see the RADRISK manual  (Du80).
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                                  TABLE  4-3

                       INPUT  DATA  FOR  SUBROUTINE  INFIL




Card     Variable  (Input  Format) 	Description	

CARD  1   Trench Cap Characteristics  (10F7.3)

             TWT                - The width of the trench cap  (m).

             SLOP               - The average slope of trench  cover  (m/m).

             EPS6               - The component of porosity for gravity water
                                of trench cap (unitless).

             EPSP               - The  component  of  porosity  for pellicular
                                water of trench cap (unitless).

             XKI                - The permeability of trench cover (m/hr).

             YGMAX              - The thickness of the  trench cap (m).  This
                                must be equal to OVER.

             XDE                - The equivalent upward diffusivity  (m2/hr).

             XKE                - The  equivalent  upward  hydraulic  conduc-
                                tivity  (m/hr).

             YPI                - The initial pellicular water deficit of the
                                trench cap (m).

             YGI                - The  initial  gravity  water  deficit  of  the
                                trench cap (m).

CARD  2   Day  Length Data  (12F5.1)

             DTH(IM)            - The maximum  day  length for  month  IM (hr).
                                There  are  12  values; one  for  each  month
                                from January to December.

CARDS    Temperature Data (2X,  12F6.2)
3-33
             TMP(IM)            - The  mean  daily  temperatures  (°C).   Each
                                card  has  12  values,  one  for  each month.
                                There are  31  cards of  this type,  one  for
                                each day of the  month.

CARD     Precipitation Data (12, IX, 12, IX, 24F3.0)
34+
            MO                 - Month number.

             IDA                - Day number of month MO.


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                                 TABLE  4-3
                                (Continued)
Card    Variable (Input  Format)
                  Description
            P(MO,IDA)
LAST CARD   End  of  File  (12)

            IAMP
- Amount of  precipitation that fell  in  this
  hour  (0.1 mm/hr).   There are 24  values on
  each  card,  one  for each  hour of  the  day.
  Include only days with  a  nonzero  amount of
  precipitation,  and  the first  day  of  each
  month.
  Must equal  99, which designates  the  end of
  the data  set.
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                        5.   OUTPUT OF  PRESTO-EPA-BRC
      The  output of  PRESTO-EPA-BRC is designed  to  be self-explanatory  and
 contains  descriptive  comments,  definitions,  and  intermediate  and  final
 tabulations.    It  is  assumed  that  the  output  may  be analyzed  by  users
 unfamiliar to  PRESTO-EPA-BRC  structure.

      The  PRESTO-EPA-BRC  output  is  organized into  eleven  sections,  each
 described  below.   A  complete  PRESTO-EPA-BRC output  listing  is  given  in
 Appendix B in  conjunction with  the sample problem of Chapter 6.


 5.1   REPLICATION OF  INPUT DATA

      The first  section of the PRESTO-EPA-BRC output is a replication of the
 user  supplied  input  data files  (1) and  (2)  as read  in.   This  provides the
 user  with a  record  of  the input data set used for later result identifica-
 tion  and analysis.

      PRESTO-EPA-BRC  also  organizes   this  input  data  to   allow  for  easy
 interpretation.  A  summary  of the input data files  (1)  and (2)  is printed
 according  to  data  type  and  transport  subsystem.    These   descriptive
 summaries are output in sentence format to increase their ease  of review.


 5.2  RADIONUCLIDE SUMMARY TABLES

     A set of four tables  under  the heading "Nuclide Information" summarizes
the  radionuclide  data  used   for  the  transport  calculations.    First,  an
inventory table specifies the initial  inventory  in the  trench,  on  the  soil
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 surface,  in  the  stream,  and  in  the air.   Also included with this table are



 the  decay  constants  and  the  user-supplied  solubility constant.  The second



 radionuclide  table summarizes  the  chemical  distribution  coefficients for



 the  surface  soil,  the trench contents,  the  vertical  soil  column,  and the



 aquifer.    The  third  radionuclide  table summarizes  seven   radionuclide-



 specific  food  chain  parameters  used  by the FOOD,  IRRIG, HUMEX, CV, and COV



 subroutines.  The fourth table presents the atomic mass numbers used in the



 calculations,  as  extracted   from  the  user   supplied  radionuclide  names.



 These  atomic  mass  numbers  are output in tabular  form as  a convenience for



 the  user.
5.3  INFIL INPUT/OUTPUT





     The third output section of PRESTO-EPA-BRC  consists  of the input data



and  results  for  the  subroutine  INFIL.   The  input  to subroutine  INFIL  is



presented  first  and consists of:   infiltration control;  monthly  averages



for hours of sunshine; daily average temperatures;  hourly rainfall  amounts;



and  specific  trench characteristics  (snowmelt  coefficients,  trench  cover



thickness, width, cover slope,  porosity,  and permeability).





     With these input data,  subroutine INFIL calculates and outputs several



data items.   The most  important  of these  is  the  annual  infiltration  and



annual  precipitation.  Annual evaporation,  runoff and  cap infiltration  are



also calculated and  output.
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5.4  INITIAL UNIT RESPONSE CALCULATIONS





     This  output  section  presents  the  results  of  the  nuclide-specific



annual   transport  calculations  which   will   be  used   by  the  bookkeeping



submodels for  each  simulation year.   They  also include the  amount of soil



lost and  the atmospheric radionuclide  concentration per  unit  release rate



ratio,  as calculated at the waste site.









5.5  ANNUAL SUMMARIES FOR INTERMEDIATE SIMULATION YEARS





     Input  control  parameters determine  the years  for which  intermediate



results  are  printed.    For  these  years,   a  number  of  hydrological  and



transport variables  are  output.    Included  are  trench cap  status,  water



depth  in  trench,  water loss by overflow  and drainage  from the trench, and



trench   radionuclide  inventories.    Radionuclide  concentrations  and  flux



values  are also given for key pathways  and regions of interest.









5.6  RADIONUCLIDE CONCENTRATION TABLES





     The  radionuclide  concentration tables  present, by  radionuclide,  the



average  concentration   over   the  entire  assessment period,   the  year  of



maximum concentration,  and  the  level of the maximum concentration  for the



atmosphere,  for the well water, and for the stream water.









5.7  RADIONUCLIDE EXPOSURE RATES





     Annual   population  uptakes  of  radionuclides  are  next  output.    The



uptake   factors  quantify,  on  a  radionuclide  specific  basis, the  annual
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 amount  of  nuclide uptake by the population group from all potential sources.



 For inhalation, it  is  just  the breathing  rate.   For ingestion,  it  is  the



 total  nuclide  uptake from  the  consumption  of  contaminated vegetation, meat,



 milk,  seafood,  and  drinking water.









 5.8 DARTAB  CONTROL INFORMATION





     DARTAB  control  information  dealing  with  run  identification  data,



 summaries  of output table  control  information, lists of  organs  and  cancers



 to be  considered in the run,  dose  equivalent factors for  low and high  LET



 radiation, and  radionuclide uptake and clearance data are next output.









 5.9 DARTAB  DOSE TABLES





     DARTAB  dose tables  are   next  output.   These  present  individual  and



 collective dose  summary rates  by low and  high LET radiation and  organ,  by



 low and  high LET radiation and  exposure pathway,  and by low and high  LET



 radiation  and  radionuclide.   Tables involving  organ dose summaries also



 include the  user specified weighting factors.









 5.10  DARTAB FATAL CANCER RISK TABLES






     PRESTO-EPA-BRC  next presents  DARTAB fatal cancer risk tables.   These



tables  include:  individual and collective fatal  cancer  risks, loss of life



by  premature  death, lifetime  fatal  cancer risk exposure equivalents, and



genetic risks.   Values are  summarized  by  low and high  LET  radiation and



organ and by low  and high  LET radiation and  pathway.  The specific tables




output  are  subject  to the  user  specified  DARTAB control  data.
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5.11  RADIOACTIVITY RELEASED TO THE REGIONAL BASIN AND HEALTH EFFECTS





     This output  section  presents the amount of  radionuclides  released to



the regional (basin) population for each millenium in a 10,000 year simula-



tion.  It also shows the aggregated total release of each radionuclide, the



health conversion factors and  the regional  basin  population  health effects



by radionuclide.
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                            6.  SAMPLE PROBLEM
6.1  PROBLEM DEFINITION





     For the sample problem the burial of a unit volume  (1 m3) of  generated



waste is considered.  The waste thickness is two meters.  A  0.6 meter  cover



is  used  and the distance from the bottom of the  trench  to  the aquifer  is



7.3  meters.  Cover  failure  begins in year  1  at  20  percent and  increases



linearly up to  a 30 percent  maximum  and final  value at  year  200.  A  1000



year simulation  is performed  and annual  summaries  output  every 100 years.





     The physical properties  of the waste,  the  subtrench material, and the



aquifer are as follows.  The  porosity and density  of the  waste are 0.25 and



0.89 g/cc.   For  the  subtrench material  these values are  0.35 and  1.6 g/cc.



The  porosity  and density of  the  aquifer formation are  0.39 and  1.6 g/cc.



The  subtrench permeability is 2.2  m/yr.   The dispersivity in the subtrench



soil  and  in the aquifer  is   0.3 meters  (the  default value).   The aquifer



velocity is 27.8 meters  per year  and  its  thickness  is  30.5 meters.   An



aquifer dispersion angle of 0.3 radian has been assumed.





     Half of the livestock water,  and  all  human drinking water are assumed



to come entirely from  well  water.  The  percentage of aquifer discharge to



the  surface water  is 100 percent.   The well is 1610  meters downflow from



the facility.  The  stream  has  an annual flow of 3.57xl05 m3 and is 100 meters



downslope  from  the  facility.  A  cross  slope  spillage  of   1003 meters is



assumed.   The runoff is 29 percent of the annual precipitation.  The water-



shed infiltration rate is 0.43 m/yr.   The surface  soil  data are summarized



in Table  6-1.  The atmospheric data used in  the sample problem are given in




Table 6-2.
                                    6-1

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                      TABLE 6-1



                  SURFACE SOIL DATA
Rainfall Factor                               250



Erodability Factor                            0.23



Slope Factor                                  0.27



Cover Factor                                  0.30



Erosion Control Factor                        0.30



Sediment Delivery Factor                      1



Cross Slope Extent of Spillage                1003 m



Active Depth For Contamination                0.1 m
                         6-2

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                              TABLE 6-2
                          ATMOSPHERIC DATA
Source Height
Gravitational Fall Velocity
Mean Wind Speed
Deposition Velocity
Source to Receptor Distance
Atmospheric Lid Height
Hosker Roughness Factor
Fraction of Time Wind Blows Toward Population
User Specific X/Q
First Coefficient in Resuspension Equation
Decay Factor in Resuspension Equation
Final Coefficient in Resuspension Equation
Fraction of Year Mechanical Disturbance Occurs
Stability Class Formulation
Stability Class
1 m
0.01 m/sec
2.01 m/sec
0.10 m/sec
1.77xl04 m
300 m
0.01 m
0.484
l.OSxlO-11 s/m3
1x10
    -6
-0.15
IxlO'11
0
1 (Pasquill-Gifford)
4 (neutral)
                                 6-3

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      Foodchain  parameters  have been  summarized  in  Table  6-3.    The  human



 consumption  of  leafy  vegetation  is 2 kg/yr;  produce  is  18 kg/yr; cow milk



 is  11  L/yr;  goat milk is 0 L/yr;  and meat is 9 kg/yr.  Each person consumes



 370  liters  of  water  per  year.   The inhalation  rate  is 8000 m3/yr.   The



 exposed population is 25.   Radionuclide specific foodchain data is given in




 Table  6-4.





      The  radionuclide  inventory  for the waste  is  given  in Table  6-5.   In



 addition, a  surface  spillage fraction of  0.01  is assumed  for each  radio-



 nuclide.  Decay constants and  sets  of  K
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                                TABLE 6-3

                         FOODCHAIN  PARAMETERS
Grass Production                                           0.67  kg/m2yr
Vegetation Production                                      0.65  kg/m2yr
Surface Density for Soil                                   240 kg/m2
Weathering Decay Constant                                  0.0021 hr"1
Period Pasture Exposed During Growing Season               720 hr
Period Crops Exposed During Growing Season                 1440  hr
Period Between Harvest Pasture and Ingestion by Animal     0.0 hr
Period Between Stored Feed and Ingestion by Animal         2160  hr
Period Between Harvest Leafy Vegetation and Ingestion      24 hr
  by Man
Period Between Harvest Produce and Ingestion by Man        1440  hr
Period Between Harvest Leafy Vegetables and Ingestion      336 hr
  by Man for General Population Exposure
Period Between Harvest of Produce and Ingestion by Man     336 hr
  for General Population Exposure
Fraction of Year Animal Graze on Pasture                   1.0
Fraction of Daily Feed that is Fresh Grass While           0.83
  Animals are on Pasture
Amount of Feed Consumed Daily by Cattle                    50 kg
Amount of Feed Consumed Daily by Goats                     6 kg
Transport Time Feed-Mill-Receptor for Maximum Individual   48 hr
  Exposure
Transport Time Feed-Mill-Receptor For General  Population   96 hr
  Exposure
Time From Slaughter of Meat to Consumption                 480 hr
Absolute Humidity of the Atmosphere                        9.9 g/m^
Fractional  Equilibrium Ratio for Carbon-14                 1.0
Fraction of Year Crops are Irrigated                       0.40
Irrigation Rate                                            0.015 L/m2hr
Amount of Water Consumed by Cows                           60 L/d
Amount of Water Consumed by Goats                          8 L/d
Amount of Water Consumed by Beef Cattle                    50 L/d
                                    6-5

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                                                           TABLE 6-4




                                             RADIONUCLIDE  SPECIFIC FOODCHAIN DATA
o>


Nuclide
H-3
C-14
Cr-51
Mn-54
Fe-55
Co-58
Ni-59
Co-60
Ni-63
Sr-90
Nb-94
Tc-99
Ru-106
Sb-125
1-129
Cs-134
Cs-135
Cs-137
Ce-144
Eu-154
Ra-226
U-234
U-235
Np-237
U-238
Pu-238
Pu-239
Pu-241
Am-241
Pu-242
Am-243
Cm-243
Cm-244
Retention
Fraction
For Air
0.20
0.20
0.20
0.20
0.20
0.20
0.20
0.20
0.20
0.20
0.20
0.20
0.20
0.20
0.20
0.20
0.20
0.20
0.20
0.20
0.20
0.20
0.20
0.20
0.20
0.20
0.20
0.20
0.20
0.20
0.20
0.20
0.20
Retention
Fraction For
Irrigation
0.25
0.25
0.25
0.25
0.25
0.25
0.25
0.25
0.25
0.25
0.25
0.25
0.25
0.25
0.25
0.25
0.25
0.25
0.25
0.25
0.25
0.25
0.25
0.25
0.25
0.25
0.25
0.25
0.25
0.25
0.25
0.25
0.25
Soil-To-Plant
Uptake Factor
(Vegetables)
4.8
5.5
2.5E-4
2.5E-1
4.0E-3
2.0E-2
6.0E-2
2.0E-2
6.0E-2
2.5
2.0E-2
9.5
7.5E-2
2.0E-1
1.0
8.0E-2
8.0E-2
8.0E-2
l.OE-2
2.5E-3
1.5E-4
8.5E-3
8.5E-3
4.3E-3
8.5E-3
4.5E-4
4.5E-4
4.5E-4
5.5E-3
4.5E-4
5.5E-3
8.5E-4
8.5E-4
Soil-To-Plant
Uptake Factor
(Grain)
4.8
5.5
5.0E-2
5.0E-2
l.OE-3
7.0E-3
6.0E-2
7.0E-3
6.0E-2
2.5E-1
5.0E-3
1.5
2.0E-2
3.0E-2
1.0
3.0E-2
3.0E-2
3.0E-2
4.0E-3
2.5E-3
1.5E-3
4.0E-3
4.0E-3
4.3E-3
4.0E-3
4.5E-5
4.5E-5
4.5E-5
2.5E-4
4.5E-5
2.5E-4
1.5E-5
1.5E-5
Forage-To-Milk
Transfer Factor
(Cows)
l.OE-2
1.2E-2
2.2E-3
3.5E-4
2.5E-4
2.0E-3
l.OE-3
2.0E-3
l.OE-3
2.5E-3
2.0E-2
l.OE-2
6.0E-7
l.OE-4
l.OE-2
7.0E-3
7.0E-3
7.0E-3
2.0E-5
2.0E-5
4.5E-4
6.0E-4
6.0E-4
5.0E-6
6.0E-4
l.OE-7
l.OE-7
l.OE-7
4.0E-7
l.OE-7
4.0E-7
2.0E-5
2.0E-5
Forage-To-Milk
Transfer Factor
(Goats)
1.7E-1
l.OE-1
l.OE-3
2.5E-4
1.3E-4
l.OE-3
6.7E-3
l.OE-3
6.7E-3
1.4E-2
2.5E-3
2.5E-2
1.3E-4
1.5E-3
3.0E-1
3.0E-1
3.0E-1
3.0E-1
l.OE-4
2.0E-5
5.0E-6
5.0E-4
5.0E-4
5.0E-6
5.0E-4
1.5E-6
1.5E-6
1.5E-6
0
1.5E-6
0
0
0

Forage-To-Beef
Transfer Factor
1.2E-2
3.1E-2
2.4E-3
4.0E-4
2.0E-2
3.0E-2
6.0E-3
2.0E-2
6.0E-3
3.0E-4
2.5E-1
2.5E-3
2.0E-3
l.OE-3
7.0E-3
2.0E-2
2.0E-2
2.0E-2
7.5E-4
4.8E-3
2.5E-4
2.0E-4
2.0E-4
5.5E-5
2.0E-4
5.0E-7
5.0E-7
5.0E-7
3.5E-6
5.0E-7
3.5E-6
3.5E-6
3.5E-6

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TABLE 6-5



INVENTORY

Nuclide
H-3
C-14
Cr-51
Mn-54
Fe-55
Co-58
Ni-59
Co-60
Ni -63
Sr-90
Nb-94
Tc-99
Ru-106
Sb-125
1-129
Cs-134
Cs-135
Cs-137
Ce-144
Eu-154
U-234
U-235
Np-237
U-238
Pu-238
Pu-239
Pu-240
Pu-241
Am-241
Pu-242
Am-243
Cm-243
Cm-244
Inventory
(Ci)
0.99
0.99
0.99
0.99
0.99
0.99
0.99
0.99
0.99
0.99
0.99
0.99
0.99
0.99
0.99
0.99
0.99
0.99
0.99
0.99
0.99
0.99
0.99
0.99
0.99
0.99
0.99
0.99
0.99
0.99
0.99
0.99
0.99
   6-7

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         TABLE 6-6



RADIONUCLIDE SPECIFIC DATA


Nuclide
H-3
C-14
Cr-51
Mn-54
Fe-55
Co-58
Ni-59
Co-60
Ni-63
Sr-90
Nb-94
Tc-99
Ru-106
Sb-125
1-129
Cs-134
Cs-135
Cs-137
Ce-144
Eu-154
U-234
U-235
Np-237
U-238
Pu-238
Pu-239
Pu-240
Pu-241
Am-241
Pu-242
Am-243
Cm-243
Cm-244
Decay
Constant
(yr-1)
5.65E-02
1.21E-04
9.14E+00
8.09E-01
2.57E-01
3.55E+00
8.66E-06
1.32E-01
7.53E-03
2.42E-02
3.47E-05
3.25E-06
6.89E-01
2.50E-01
4.08E-08
3.36E-01
2.30E-07
2.31E-02
8.90E-01
4.33E-02
2.83E-06
9.85E-10
3.30E-07
1.55E-10
7.90E-03
2.87E-05
1.06E-04
5.25E-02
1.51E-03
1.83E-06
9.40E-05
2.17E-02
3.94E-02

Surface
Kd
l.OOE-02
l.OOE-02
2.00E+02
1.50E+02
6.00E+03
5.50E+01
1.50E+02
5.50E+01
1.50E+02
1.50E+02
3.50E+02
5.00E-01
2.20E+02
4.50E+01
3.00E+00
l.OOE+03
l.OOE+03
l.OOE+03
1.10E+03
4.00E+03
7.50E+02
7.50E+02
5.00E+00
7.50E+02
3.50E+03
3.50E+03
3.50E+03
3.50E+03
8.00E+04
3.50E+03
8.00E+04
3.30E+03
3.30E+03

Trench
Kd
9.60E-02
9.60E-02
8.90E-04
8.86E-04
8.86E-04
8.86E-04
8.86E-04
8.86E-04
8.86E-04
1.47E-03
6.34E-04
4.86E-02
6.34E-04
8.86E-04
1.29E-02
2.23E-05
2.23E-05
2.23E-05
2.23E-05
2.23E-05
1.49E-05
1.49E-05
8.19E-03
1.49E-05
6.38E-05
6.38E-05
6.38E-05
5.55E-04
5.55E-04
6.38E-05
5.55E-04
6.38E-05
6.38E-05

Vertical
Kd
l.OOE-02
l.OOE-02
2.00E+02
1.50E+02
6.00E+03
5.50E+01
1.50E+02
5.50E+01
1.50E+02
1.50E+02
3.50E+02
5.00E-01
2.20E+02
4.50E+01
3.00E+00
l.OOE+03
l.OOE+03
l.OOE+03
1.10E+03
4.00E+03
7.50E+02
7.50E+02
5.00E+00
7.50E+02
3.50E+03
3.50E+03
3.50E+03
3.50E+03
8.00E+04
3.50E+03
8.00E+04
3.30E+03
3.30E+03

Aquifer
Kd
l.OOE-02
l.OOE-02
2.00E+02
1.50E+02
6.00E+03
5.50E+01
1.50E+02
5.50E+01
1.50E+02
2.00E+01
3.50E+02
5.00E-01
2.20E+02
4.50E+01
5.00E-01
5.00E+02
5.00E+02
5.00E+02
1.10E+03
4.00E+03
7.50E+02
7.50E+02
5.00E+00
7.50E+02
3.50E+03
3.50E+03
3.50E+03
3.50E+03
8.00E+04
3.50E+03
8.00E+04
3.30E+03
3.30E+03
              6-8

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     The  activity  median aerodynamic diameter, respiratory clearance class



and  gastrointestinal  absorption factors for each radionuclide are given  in



Table  6-7.   For the  latter parameter  only  the  small  intestine values are



shown.  The  factors for  the other three segments are zero.





     The  output  location table  includes the  following pathways:  ingestion,



inhalation,  air immersion,  ground  surface  exposures,  internal  exposures,



external  exposures and total.   Only combined high and  low  LET tables are



output.   The organ weighting factors  for  combined  dose rates are given in



Table  6-8.   The  exposures are summed over all pathways.  The input data for



the  INFIL subroutine is listed in  Tables 6-9 through  6-12.   The complete



output for this  problem  is  given in Appendix B.   Each printout includes an



exact  replica  of the  corresponding  site input data  set, and  thus the input



data set  is  not  reproduced in this  section.









6.2  RESULTS





     The  output  for the sample  problem  described in  Section 6.1 is given in



Appendix  B.    Chapter  5  of  this  report  discusses  each section  of  the



PRESTO-EPA-BRC output in detail.





     A summary of  the  significant  results  is given  in Table 6-13.   From



this summary  table,  the maximum  population  whole  body doses  occur  mainly



from contaminated  groundwater  and  well water  via  the  ingestion  pathway.



The relatively permeable soils  and  associated aquifer  velocities  allow for
                                    6-9

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                             TABLE  6-7

              RADIONUCLIDE SPECIFIC  DOSE  PARAMETERS
                Activity        Respiratory      Gastrointestinal
           Median Aerodynamic    Clearance       Absorption  Factor
 Nuclide    Diameter  (10"" m)       Class         (small  intestine)

 H-3               0.0             *  (gas)              0.95
 C-14              0.0             *  (gas)              0.95
 Cr-51             1.0              Week                0.10
 Mn-54             1.0              Week                0.10
 Fe-55             1.0              Week                0.10
 Co-58             1.0              Year                0.05
 Ni-59             1.0              Week                0.05
 Co-60             1.0              Year                0.05
 Ni-63             1.0              Week                0.05
 Sr-90             1.0              Day                 0.01
 Nb-94             1.0              Year                0.01
 Tc-99             1.0              Week                0.80
 Ru-106            1.0              Year                0.05
 Sb-125            1.0              Week                0.20
 1-129             1.0              Day                 0.95
 Cs-134            1.0              Day                 0.95
 Cs-135            1.0              Day                 0.95
 Cs-137            1.0              Day                 0.0003
 Ce-144            1.0              Year                0.0001
 Eu-154            1.0              Week                0.20
 U-234             1.0              Week                0.002
 U-235             1.0              Year                0.002
 Np-237            1.0              Year               0.001
 U-238             1.0              Week               0.002
 Pu-238            1.0              Year               0.001
 Pu-239            1.0              Year               0.0001
 Pu-240            1.0              Year               0.0001
 Pu-241            1.0              Year               0.001
 Am-241            1.0              Week               0.001
 Pu-242            1.0              Year               0.0001
Am-243            1.0              Week               0.001
Cm-243            1.0              Week               0.001
Cm-244            1.0              Week               0.001
                               6-10

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              TABLE 6-8



       ORGAN WEIGHTING FACTORS
	Organ	                Factor



Red Marrow                     0.1552



Endosteum                      0.0035



Thyroid                        0.0987



Breast                         0.1299



Pulmonary                      0.2075



Stomach Wall                   0.0840



Intestinal Wall                0.0390



Liver                          0.0853



Pancreas                       0.0585



Kidneys                        0.0248



Other                          0.1136
                 6-11

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                          TABLE 6-9
           INFIL INPUT DATA FOR THE SAMPLE PROBLEM
Trench cap width                              30.5 m
Average slope of trench cover                 0.01 m/m
Component of porosity for gravity water       0.25
of trench cap
Component of porosity for pellicular water    0.24
of trench cap
Permeability of trench cover                  0.02 m/hr
Trench cap thickness                          1.2 m
Equivalent upward diffusivity                 3.5E-4 m^/hr
Equivalent upward hydraulic conductivity      1.4E-6 m/hr
Initial pellicular water deficit              0.10 m
Initial gravity water deficient               1.2 m
Maximum day lengths                           Table 6-10
Daily mean temperatures                       Table 6-11
Hourly precipitation                          Table 6-12
                            6-12

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              TABLE 6-10



MAXIMUM DAY LENGTHS FOR SAMPLE PROBLEM
         Month            Hours
       January            10.8



       February           11.2



       March              12.0



       April              12.8



       May                13.4



       June               13.7



       July               13.6



       August             13.0



       September          12.3



       October            11.6



       November           10.9



       December           10.6
                 6-13

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                                         TABLE  6-11

                            DAILY  TEMPERATURES  IN  DEGREES  CELSIUS
Month
 Das
Jan
Feb
Mar
Apr
Jun    Jul    Aug
Oct
Nov
Dec
-...*•
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
8.88
8.48
7.05
15.27
6.13
8.84
15.54
15.54
15.54
15.54
15.54
15.54
15.54
15.54
15.54
15.54
15.54
8.78
12.54
16.73
15.27
6.46
8.41
5.96
7.04
2.14
-1.54
5.18
7.55
11.00
16.16
10.16
6.81
7.79
13.93
12.14
13.12
6.94
9.23
13.06
8.44
8.13
4.59
7.46
8.97
14.71
19.33
16.27
8.03
10.02
11.90
14.61
8.04
10.49
16.75
12.71
1.94
2.03
3.65
0.00
0.00
0.00
6.00
8.76
12.65
14.35
17.74
16.25
10.90
4.41
7.93
13.33
17.32
18.87
21.13
19.19
19.25
12.33
17.60
17.04
20.02
23.06
23.56
17.91
15.05
13.29
16.55
13.24
6.57
6.58
11.19
16.00
16.25
r
20.92
19.34
20.61
16.68
11.78
12.02
8.20
8.60
12.57
11.21
12.79
15.35
17.93
20.56
20.36
20.93
21.36
16.86
14.26
19.05
20.29
16.27
11.65
13.41
16.35
20.59
18.13
17.02
15.51
15.75
0.00
17.80
19.45
20.04
20.37
11.90
20.78
20.90
21.38
20.27
20.66
21.81
22.07
15.08
25.52
25.06
24.61
23.36
22.95
21.02
22.92
23.55
24.74
23.82
23.58
24.17
24.16
23.39
25.76
27.44
23.84
24.13
25.34
26.79
25.34
23.45
25.40
24.17
23.86
26.07
27.60
25.60
24.10
23.99
23.10
23.70
26.20
26.46
21.95
22.49
25.70
26.07
26.62
24.69
24.83
23.50
24.63
24.98
24.05
25.13
25.97
27.27
0.00
26.30
25.79
27.73
28.48
25.39
22.78
18.01
12.58
21.33
24.66
25.09
25.93
23.91
24.89
24.26
24.17
24.74
25.83
25.59
26.55
27.56
27.67
24.88
25.21
26.21
28.02
29.36
27.35
24.49
25.53
24.50
24.99
25.92
25.28
26.23
23.77
23.78
25.78
25.85
25.12
25.61
24.93
24.71
24.22
25.27
24.69
25.35
24.29
22.87
24.17
25.24
26.62
25.99
27.02
27.62
25.31
18.80
20.31
25.31
20.37
20.49
20.24
21.89
22.43
22.71
18.00
16.67
15.04
15.87
16.54
18.09
19.68
21.19
21.44
24.27
24.12
25.82
25.74
25.48
24.45
23.35
21.76
21.76
21.76
21.76
21.76
21.76
21.76
21.76
21.76
21.76
20.81
0.00
13.96
19.38
20.17
18.79
20.95
22.37
22.63
21.47
22.77
21.45
17.03
19.06
19.10
15.71
12.18
12.97
10.93
12.78
17.31
18.55
18.82
13.71
10.64
8.38
9.97
13.11
11.43
12.19
12.27
14.62
17.46
19.89
19.56
19.56
19.56
19.56
19.56
19.56
19.56
19.56
19.56
19.56
19.56
19.56
19.56
19.56
19.56
19.56
19.56
19.56
15.42
17.86
16.34
16.61
16.83
9.64
12.35
15.29
13.85
19.11
15.48
0.00
19.77
19.15
19.73
19.23
20.96
13.86
11.56
11.70
13.60
8.13
9.71
7.16
0.08
4.30
13.68
13.17
4.78
1.99
2.85
6.18
5.16
4.64
8.33
14.85
17.31
15.14
16.79
18.56
13.72
7.34
5.07
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                                                         TABLE 6-12

                                  HOURLY RAINFALL READ IN AS MONTH, DAY, RAINFALL PER HOUR
                                               AND HOUR AND GIVEN IN 0.1 mm/hr


Month   Day    1   2   3   4   5   6   7   8   9   10   11   12   13   14   15   16   17   18   19   20   21   22   23   24
Jan
Jan
Jan
Jan
Jan
Jan
Jan
Jan
Jan
Feb
Feb
Feb
Feb
Feb
Feb
Feb
Feb
Feb
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Apr
Apr
Apr
Apr
Apr
Apr
Apr
Apr
Apr
Apr
May
May
May
May
May
May
1
3
4
13
14
19
20
23
31
1
2
3
9
12
16
17
26
27
1
7
17
24
1
3
5
8
12
17
20
25
26
27
1
17
19
24
27
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Month
Jun
Jun
Jun
Jun
Jun
Jun
Jun
Jun
Jun
Jun
Jul
Jul
Jul
Jul
Jul
Jul
Jul
Jul
,' Jul
• Jul
Jul
Jul
Jul
Jul
Jul
Aug
Aug
Aug
Aug
Aug
Aug
Aug
Aug
Sep
Sep
Sep
Sep
Sep
Sep
Day
1
3
12
13
16
17
22
26
27
28
1
4
5
7
9
13
14
15
16
19
20
23
24
27
29
1
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6
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12
18
1
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18
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21
26
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TABLE 6-12
(Continued)
11 12 13
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                                                            TABLE 6-13

                                                SUMMARY OF RESULTS FOR SAMPLE CASE
                                                    	By Pathway	  	By Nuclide	

                  	Results	    Total    Ingestion Inhalation  Surface     C-14     Tc-99     1-129


                  Whole Body  Equivalent    2.16E-02   2.16E-02  1.84E-11   8.86E-11  8.59E-05  1.02E-04  2.14E-02
                    Dose Rate
                    (person rem/yr)


^                 Collective  Fatal         6.55E-07   6.55E-07  1.45E-15   2.49E-14  2.41E-08  2.87E-08  6.02E-07
00                   Cancer Risk
                    (deaths/yr)


                  Whole Body  Equivalent    2.34E-03   2.34E-03  5.26E-12   8.86E-11  8.59E-05  1.02E-04  2.15E-03
                    Risk From All
                    Exposures
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relatively rapid  transport  of the more  mobile radionucl ides to  the well.



Iodine-129, carbon-14, and technicium-99  dominate  the contributions to the



total dose commitment.





     Finally,   it  should  be   noted  that  the  sample  problem described  in



Section 6.1 merely illustrates the application of PRESTO-EPA-BRCT and is not



intended  as  a  basis  for  arriving  at  any  general   conclusions  regarding



specific disposal  alternatives.










6.3  JOB CONTROL LANGUAGE





     The IBM job control  language (JCL)  used to execute the run  is shown in



Figure 6-1.  GMWLLWM.BRC is  the PRESTO-EPA-BRC source code.  GMWLLWM.SAMPLE



is the  site/environmental  data  file.   The file,  CBNRACS.RADRISK.V4BD,  is



the RADRISK data file.  The file  GMWLLWM.BRIT is the infiltration data file.
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1.     //GMW JOB (,),ROGERS,TIME=(7,0)
2.     // EXEC FORTXCLG,GREGION=8000K
3.     //FORT.SYSIN DD DSN=GMWLLWM.BRC,DISP=SHB
4.     //GO.FT25F001 DD DSN=CBNRACS.RADRISK.V4BD,DISP=SHR
5.     //GO.FT04F001 DD DSN=GMWLLWM.BRIT,DISP-SHR
6.     //GO.FT26F001 DD UNIT=SYSDA,DSN=&&DATA,DISP=(NEW,DELETE),
7.     //  SPACE=(TRK,(30,10),RLSE),DCB=(RECFM=FB,LRECL=80,BLKSIZE=3200)
8.     //GO/SYSIN    DD DSN=GMWLLWM.SAMPLE,DISP=SHR
                    FIGURE 6-1.   PRESTO-EPA-BRC JCL.
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                                REFERENCES
Du80      Dunning,  D.  E.,  Jr.,  R.  W.   Leggett,  and  M.  G.  Yalcintas,  A
          Combined Methodology for  Estimating  Dose Rates and Health Effects
          from Exposures to Radioactive  Pollutants,  ORNL/TM-7105 (Oak Ridge
          National Laboratory, Oak  Ridge, Tennessee),  1980.

EPA87a    U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, PRESTO-EPA-POP: A Low-Level
          Radioactive Waste Environmental Transport and  Risk Assessment Code
          Volume 1, Methodology Manual, EPA 520/1-87-024-1, Washington, DC,
          December 1987.

EPA87b    U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, PRESTO-EPA-POP: A Low-Level
          Radioactive Waste Environmental Transport and  Risk Assessment Code -
          Volume 2, User's Manual,  EPA 520/1-87-024-2, Washington, DC, December
          1987.

EPA87c    U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, PRESTO-EPA-DEEP:  A Low-Level
          Radioactive Waste Environmental Transport and Risk Assessment Code,
          Methodology and User's Manual,  EPA 520/1-87-025, Washington, DC,
          December 1987.

EPA87d    U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, PRESTO-EPA-CPG: A Low-Level
          Radioactive Waste Environmental Transport and Risk Assessment Code,
          Methodology and User's Manual,  EPA 520/1-87-026, Washington, DC,
          December 1987.

EPA87e    U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, PRESTO-EPA-BRC: A Low-Level
          Radioactive Waste Environmental Transport and Risk Assessment Code,
          Methodology and User's Manual,  EPA 520/1-87-027, Washington, DC,
          December 1987.

EPA87f    U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, PATHRAE-EPA:  A Performance
          Assessment Code for the Land disposal of Radioactive Wastes,
          Methodology and User's Manual,  EPA 520/1-87-028, Washington, DC,
          December 1987.

EPA87g    U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Accounting Model  for
          PRESTO-EPA-POP, PRESTO-EPA-DEEP, and PRESTO-EPA-BRC Codes,
          Methodology and User's Manual,  EPA 520/1-87-029, Washington, DC,
          December 1987.
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EPA87h    U.S.   Environmental   Protection   Agency,   Low-Level   and   NARM
          Radioactive Wastes:    Draft  Environmental   Impact  Statement  for
          Proposed    Rules,   Vol. 1,   Background   Information   Document,
          EPA 520/1-87-012,  1987.

EPA87"i    U.S.   Environmental   Protection   Agency,   Low-Level   and   NARM
          Radioactive Wastes:    Draft  Environmental   Impact  Statement  for
          Proposed    Rules,    Vol. 2,    Economic    Impact    Assessment,
          EPA 520/1-87-012-2,  1987.

Ga84      Galpin,  F.  L.,  and  G. L.  Meyer,  Overview of  EPA's  Low-Level
          Radioactive   Waste   Standards   Development   Program,    1984:
          Proceedings of  6th  Annual Participants'  Information  Meeting on
          DOE  Low-Level  Waste   Management   Program,  Denver,   Colorado,
          September  11-13, 1984,  CONF-8409115,  Idaho Falls, Idaho.

Hu83      Hung,  C.   Y.,  G.  L. Meyer,  and V. C.  Rogers,  Use  of  PRESTO-EPA
          Model  in  Assessing Health Effects  from Land Disposal  of LLW to
          Support  EPA's   Environmental   Standards:    U.S.  Department  of
          Energy,  Proceedings  of   5th   Annual   Participants'  Information
          Meeting  on DOE  Low-Level  Waste  Management  Program,  Denver,
          Colorado,  August 30, 1983, CONF-8308106, Idaho Falls, Idaho.

Su81      Sullivan,  R. E., N.  S.  Nelson,  W. H. Ellett, D. E. Dunning, Jr.,
          R.  W.  Leggett, M.  G. Yalcintas,  and  K.F.  Eckerman,  Estimates of
          Health  Risk from Exposure to  Radioactive Pollutants,  Oak Ridge
          report, prepared for U.S.  EPA,  ORNL/TM-7745,  1981.
                                   R-2

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      APPENDIX A






PRESTO-EPA-BRC LISTING

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      SHALLOW LAND BURIAL SITES AND THE HEALTH EFFECTS THAT RESULT
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      AND HEALTH EFFECT OUTPUT TO BE PRINTED FOR INTERMEDIATE YEARS
      DURING THE SIMULATION  PERIOD.

      THE MAIN PROGRAM ACTS  AS A SUPERVISOR FOR THE REST OF THE
      CODE.   MOST OF  THE BOOKEEPING. 'INCLUDING  MATERIAL BALANCE,
      IS DONE HERE.   THE FOLLOWING SUBROUTINES  ARE  CALLED:
      SOURCE, AIRIRM.  ERORF.  TRENCH, LEACH, VERHOR, SURSOL,
      SUSPND, OUT,  FOOD, IRRIG,  HUMEX,  DARTAB,  AND  QUANC8.
       GLOBAL  VARIABLES


         ADEPIH   =  AQUIFER  DEPTH
         AQDISP   =  AQUIFER  DISPERSION  ANGLE
         AQIHK   =  AQUIFER  THICKNESS
         AQVOL   =  AQUIFER  DILUTION FACTOR
         AQAM    = AMOUNT  OF NUCLIDE AT WELL  SHE
         AQAVG  = AVERAGE NUCLIDE  CONCENT RATION AT  WELL  SHE
         AQCON  = NUCLIDE CONCENTRATION Al WELL SITE
         ATAVG  = AVEIAGE NUCLIDE  CONCENTRATION IN  ATMOSPHERE
         ATCON  = NUCLIDE CONCENTRATION IN ATMOSPHERE  DOWNWIND
         ATMASS  = NUCLIDE MASS  NUMBER
         ABSERR  = ABSOLUTE  ERROR IN DDETA CALCULATION
         BDENS  = BULK DENSITY  OF  SOIL
         CPL1    = NUCLIDE CONCENTRATION IN LEAFY VEGETABLES FOR
                 M.I.E.  BY ATMOSPHERIC DEPOSITION
         CPL2    = NUCLIDE CONCENTRATION IN PRODUCE  FOR M.I.E.
                 BY ATMOSPHERIC DEPOSITION
         CPL3    = NUCL1HE CONCENTRATION IN LEAFY VEGETABLES AND
                 PRODUCE FOR G.P.E. BY ATMOSPHERIC DEPOSITION
         CS      = CONCENTRATION IN SURFACE SOIL
         CW      = CONCENTRATION IN SURFACE WATER
         CWAI    = NUCLIDE CONCENTRATION IN WATER
         CCMI1   = NUCLIDE CONCENTRATION IN COW'S MILK  FOR  M.I.E.
                 BY ATMOSPHERIC DEPOSITION
         CCMI2  = NUCLIDE CONCENTRATION IN COW'S HILK  FOfi  G.P.E.
                 BY ATMOSPHERIC DEPOSITION
         CQMI1   = NUCLIDE CONCENTRATION IN GOAT'S MILK FOR
                 M.I.E.  BY ATMOSPHERIC DEPOSITION
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         6.P.E.BY ATMOSPHERIC DEPOSITION                PCI/L

COPL1  = NUCLIDE CONCENTRATION IN LEAFY VEGETABLES FOR
         H.l.L. BY IRRIGATION                           PCI/KG
COPL2  = NUCLIDE CONCENTRATION IN PRODUCE FOR M.I.E. BY
         IRRIGATION                                     PCI/KG
COPL3  = NUCLIDE CONCENTRATION IN LEAFY VEGETABLES AND

         PRODUCE FOR G.P.E. BY IRRIGATION               PCI/KG

CGMEAT = NUCLIDE CONCENTRATION IN BEEF MEAT BY

         ATMOSPHERIC DEPOSITION                         PCI/KG
COCMI1 = NUCLIDE CONCENTRATION IN COW'S MILK FOR M.I.E.

         BY IRRIGATION                                  PC1/L

COCMI2 = NUCLIDE CONCENTRATION IN COM' MILK FOR G.P.E.

         BY IRRIGATION                                  PCI/L
COGHI1 = NUCLIDE CONCENTRATION IN GOAT'S MILK FOR

         M.I.E. BY IRRIGATION                           PCI/L

COGMI2 = NUCLIDE CONCENTRATION IN GOAT'S MILK FOR
         M.I.E. BY IRRIGATION                           PCI/L

COMEAT = NUCLIDE CONC IN BEEF HEAT BY IRRIGATION        PCI/KG
DBA    = INTERMEDIATE VARIABLE IN DDETA CALC.
DBB    = INTERMEDIATE VARIABLE IN DDETA CALC.
DBD    = DISPERSION COEtt. IN DDETA CALC.
DBR    = RETARDATION FACTOR IN DDETA CALC.
DBAL   = LENGTH OF FLOW IN DDETA CALC.
DBAV   = GROUNDUATER VELOCITY IN DDETA CALC.            M
DBLA   = RADIOL. DECAY COEFF. IN DDETA CALC.
DECN   = DECAY CORRECTION FACTOR
DDEIA  = DECAY-DISPERSION CORRECTION FACTOR
DECAY  = RADIOACTIVE DECAY CONSTANT                     1/Y
DOVER  = ANNUAL THICKNESS OF TRENCH OVER BURDEN ERODED  M

DTRAQ  = DISTANCE FROM TRENCH TO AQUIFER                H
DUELL  = DISTANCE FROM TRENCH TO WELL                   M

DDETA1 = DDETA FOR VERTICAL TRANSPORT

DDETA2 = DDETA FOR HORIZONTAL TRANSPORT

DERATE = ATMOSPHERIC DEPOSITION RATE

EXPOS  = NORMALIZED DOWN WIND ATMOSPHERIC EXPOSURE PER
         UNIT SOURCE RELEASE
EXTENT = CROSS SLOPE EXTENT OF SPILLAGE                 M
ERREST =
FIUIND = FRACTION OF TIME WIND BLOWS TOWARD POPULATION
FI     = FRACTION OF YEAR CROPS ARE IRRIGATED
GUV    = GROUND WATER VELOCITY                          M/Y

GNDCON = INSOLUBLE SURFACE SPILLAGE GROUND CONCENTRATION
HTIMt  = HORIZONTAL OR AQUIFER TRANSPORT TIME           Y
IDELT  = INCREMENTAL YEAR FOR PRINTING ANNUAL SUMMARIES
INTY8  = INTERMEDIATE YEARS DURING THE SIMULATION FOR   Y

         UHICH DOSE & HEALTH EFFECT OUTPUT IS DESIRED

IPRT1  = INITIAL YEAR FOR PRINTING ANNUAL SUMMARIES

IPRT2  = FINAL YEAR FOR PRINTING ANNUAL SUMMARIES
ITIME  = TOTAL TRANSPORT TIME FROM TRENCH TO WELL       Y

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         SATURATED ZONE

IOPVUV = OPTION IDICATOR FOR CALCULATING VERTICAL WATER

         VELOCITY

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HAXYR  = NUMBER OF YEARS IN SIMULATION

NOFUN  = MAXIMUM NUMBER OF FUNCTION EVALUATIONS TO
         BE USED BY QUANC8

NYEAR  = CURRENT YEAR OF SIMULATION
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     PCON1  = AIR CONCENTRATION                              CI/MAA3

     PCON2  = GROUND SURFACE CONCENTRATION                   CI/MAA2

     PCON3  = COLLECTIVE INGESTION RATE                      PCI.PER
     PCON4  = COLLECTIVE INHALATION                          PCI.PER

     PD     = DOUNSLtlPE DISTANCE TO STREAM                   H
     POLE   = AMOUNT OF NUCLIDE LEAVING BOTTOM OF TRENCH     CI

     POLO   = AMOUNT OF NUCLIDE OVERFLOWING TRENCH           CI

     POP    = POPULATION
     PORS   = POSOS1TY OF SOIL

     PORT   = POROSITY OF TRENCH CONTENTS
     PERMS  = PERMEABILITY OF SOIL                           M/Y
     QING    = ANNUAL INTAKE OF RADIONUCLIDE BY INGESTION
               OF CONTAMINATED FOOD CONSIDERING ATMOSPHERIC
               AND AQUATIC PATHWAYS                          PCI/Y

     QINH    = ANNUAL INTAKE OF NUCLIDE BY INHALATION        PCI/Y
     QFRAC   = FRACTION OF INGESTION DUE TO WATER

     RELERR = RELATIVE ERROR FOR DDETA INTEGRATION

     RESULT = FINAL FORM OF DDETA CORRECTION FACTOR

     RESUL1 = FINAL FORM OF VERTICAL DDETA
     RESUL2 = FINAL FORM OF HORIZONTAL DDETA
     RETARH = HORIZONTAL RETARDATION FACTOR

     RETARV = VERTICAL RETARDATION FACTOR
     SOAM   •> AMOUNT OF SURFACE SPILLAGE                     CI
     SAREA  = AREA OF SPILLAGE                               HAA2
     SDEEP  = AMOUNT OF SOLUBLE SURFACE COMPONENT GOING TO
              TRENCH                                         CI
     STAVG  = AVERAGE NUCLIDE CONCENTRATION IN STREAM        CI/MAA3
     STCON  = NUCLIDE CONCENTRATION IN STREAM                CI/MAA3
     SOILOS - ANNUAL SOIL LOSS DUE TO EROSION
     SSTREM = AMOUNT SURFACE COMPONENT GOING TO STREAM       CI
     SIFLOU = STREAM FLOW RATE                               MAA3/Y
     TRAM   = AMOUNT OF NUCLIDE IN TRENCH                    CI

     VD     = ATMOSPHERIC DEPOSITION VELOCITY                M/S

     VOLB   = VOLUME OF WATER LEAVING TRENCH BOTTOM          MAA3
     VOLO   = VOLUME OF WATER OVERFLOWING TRENCH             HAA3
     VOLUSD = HYPOTHETICAL VOLUME OF UATER USED FROM  WELL    HAA3
     VIIME  = VERTICAL TRANSPORT TIME                        Y
     VHV    = VERTICAL MATER VELOCITY (TRENCH TO AQUIFER)    M/Y
     WIRAIE = IRRIGATION RATE                                L/HAA2-
     XINFL  = ANNUAL INFILTRATION RATE                       M

     XKD    = CHEMICAL EXCHANGE COEFFICIENT                  ML/6
     XLSAT  = LENGTH OF SATURATED ZONE                       M
     YSO    = ATMOSPHERIC SOURCE AMOUNT AT SPILLAGE          CI



—OTHER VARIABLES ARE DEFINED IN SUBROUTINES WHERE  THEY
-ARE USED MOST  FREQUENTLY.


  DOUBLE PRECISION NUCLID.DBAV.DEAL.DBR.DBA.DBB.DBD.DBLA.
 i                 FCN.RESULT,ABSERR.RELERR;ERREST.FLAG
  DOUBLE PRECISION RESUL1,RESUL2.PNU£             '

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     g  PORA.PORV,PERMV,IAQSTF.CPRJ
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     4        AQAM(40.1000).STAh(40).POLO(40)fPOLB(40).CS(40).CW(46).
     I        SSTREM<40),SDEEP(40).AIRCON<40),YSO<40),SOAVG<40),CON(40)f
     &        AQCON(40)fSICON(40),ATCON(40).AQAyG(40)lSTAVG(40).DETU(40)f  ISINEUL
     S        ATAVG(40),FMC(40),FHG(40).DECAY(40).XKD(4.40).SOL(40)f
     i        FF(40).RA{40>,RW(40).BV(40).BR(40>.BERATEUO)'CUAI(40)
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     S        PORS.BDENSjDWET^XTENTjADEPTHjPD,RUNOFF,RESAI,

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     i        FVOLAT(46).H,HLID.IS,IT,POPDST,POPG,RElfRE2rRE3rRINC,
     S        RMECH,ROUGHfU,yD,OG.XG
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     COMMON/IRRFOO/Yl.Y2,TEl,TE2.1Hl.TH2.TH3,TH4,TH5,TH6,FPfFS,
     &        ULEAFY,UPROD'uCMILK.OGMILKfUHEAT UWAT.UAIR,
     X        QFC,QFG.TF1.IF2.TS.CL1(40).CL2(46),CP1<40),CP2(40),
     &        CCMIl(40)fCCMI2(40),CGMIl(40),CGHI2<40).
     2        CMEAt(40).COLl(40).COL2(40).COPl(40).CaP2(40)f
     I        COCMIl(40),COCHI2<40>,COGMll(40>,COGfil2<40>,
     S        COMEAT(40)'QING(40),QINH(40),POPf
     &        CSP<40).CSPT(40).CSPO(40).CSPOT(40)
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     &             QCUZQGU.QBU.ABSH.P14
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     &       PCON4(40).PPOPFLLINO,LDIST
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     DIMENSION II1HE(40).DOETA(40).DECN(40)                             IS1MOD
     DIMENSION DDETA3(40),JTIHE(40),DETUS(40),DEUS(40)                  ISINEUL
     DIMENSION QLB(40.10)>TRAP(40)IQLBPIH(40),HE(40).QLBTTH(40)
     DIMENSION NUCL(40.8)  NUHBER(11),IDIQ(3),BSHT(40),SAUE(40.21)       RAE1085
     DIMENSION AQMAX(40),STMAX(40).ATMAX(40).MXAQ(40).MXST(40),MXAI(40)
     DIMENSION PC1(40).PC2(40)IPC3(40).PC4(46).NPC1(46),NPC2(40>,
     i           NPC3(40).NPC4(46).BSMTA(40)tCCNRS<40,4).FICANS(40(4).    RAE1085
     &           GNRS(40.4).HEE(40.4),POPDS(40.4).POSS(46.4)1POyS(40,4)F  RAE1085
     &           QBASIN(40,4),RTAS<40,4),TCCNRS(4),TFICS<4),TGNRS(4>,     RAE1085
     &           TPOPDS(4)                                                RAE1085
     DIMENSION QHUSB<40),POW(40).POS(40),PLBT(40),OFr(40),RTA(40)
     DIMENSION CIOT(40),CINEUI(46)fUDSIXP(40)
     DATA LU2/6/
     DATA ISU/0/   1
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     CALL ERRSET  (208,256,-1,1)
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     RESAT=0.
     DO  11 K-1,10
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     QDySB(I)=0.
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      POU(I)=0.
      POS(1)=0.
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      MXAKI)=0
      PC1(I)=0.
      PC2(1)=0.
      PC3(I)=0.
      PC4(I)=0.
      NPC1(I)=0
      NPC2(I)=0
      NPC3(I)=0
      NPC4U)=0
      CSP(I)=0.
      CSPT(I)=0.
      CSPO(I)=0.
      CSPOT(I)=0.
      SDE£P(I)=0.
      DO 10 NN=1,1000
      AQAM(I.NN)=0.
   10 CONTINUE
      DO 770 1-1.40
  770 CIOT(I)=0.6
      OLDHAT=0.
      ABSERR=1.0D-5
C       CI01 IS A  VARIABLE TO BE USED IN SUB. LEACH
C       INTRODUCED FOR OC111 VERSION (HUNG)
      RELERR=1.0D-5
C	 INITIALIZE  VARIABLES AND INPUT CONTROL PARAMETER.
C	 PRINT OUT  INITIAL CONDITIONS.
C	
      CALL SOURCE(NUCLfCFTl,DCFTfEGAM,lRSTfPERMT,RIGRlSSATfXRTM)
      PPOP=POP
      LDISI=XG
      LLIND=LIND
      DO 15 I=1.NONCLD                                                  RAE1085
   15 PNUC(I)=NUCLID(I)                                                 RAE1085
C	  PRJ=PERCENTAGE OF AQUIFER UAIER FLOWING TO STREAM
       PRJ=1.-CPRJ
C	 THE FOLLOWING EXTRACTS THE ATOMIC MASS FROM THE NUCLIDE
C	 NAME. THE  NUCLIDE NAME MUST CONSIST OF ONE OR TWO LETTERS,
C	 A MINUS SIGN. AND ONE TO THREE DIGITS.  NO IMBEDDED
C	 BLANKS ARE  ALLOWED.  THE NAME MUST BE LEFT JUSTIFIED.
C	
C
      WRITE(LU2,5000)
      DO 50 I=1,NONCLD
      IE 
-------
      IF (RING.EQ.0.0) FVOLAX(I) » 0.0
      NDASH=2
      IF(NUCL(I,NDASH) .EQ. MINUS) GO TO 20
      NDASH=3
   20 NNUM=NLlASH+l
      DO 30 K=1.3
      ICHAR=NUCL
-------
     IF(SSAI .01.  1.)  SSAI=1.
  72 CONTINUE
     URIIE(LU2.1005)  SSAT.RESAI
1005 FORHATC DEGREE  OF SATURATION =
    I       ' RESIDUAL SATURATION  =
     IF(SSAT .GI.  0.0  .AND.  SSAI .LT.
      XLSAT=DTRAQ
     URITE(LU2.6200)
     DO 100 I=1,NONCLD
     RETARV=l.+lBDENSAXKD(3,I))/PORV
     IF(SSAT .GT.  0.0  .AND.  SSAT .LT.
     VIIH£=DlRAQARETARV/VyV
     DDE1A1=1.0
     IF (V1IME .GT.  1000.  .UR. k'TIML
     DBAL=DTRAQ
     DBD=.3DOAVHV
     DBLA=DECAY(I)
                                  ,F6.3./,
                                 '.F6.3)
                                  I.) VWV=TINFL/(PORVASSAT)
                                  1.) RETARy=l.+(RETARV-l.)/SSAT


                                 .GI. bO.A.693/DECAY(D) GO TO 70
     DBR=RETARV
     DBA=VTIME/10.0DO
     DBB=»VTIME
     CALL QUANGO (FCN. DBA. DBB, ABSERR,RELERR,RESUL1 ,ERREST,NOFUN, FLAG)
     DBA=VTIhE
     DBB=VTIMEA10.0DO
     CALL QUANC8(FCN, DBA. DBB , ABSERR, RELERR,RESUL2,E8REST,NOFUN, FLAG)
     8ESULT=RESULH-RESUL2
     DDEIA1=>RESULIADEXP(DBALADBRADBLA/DBAV)
     IF(DDEIA1 .LT. 1.0) DDE1A1=1.0
  70 RETARH=1.+(BDENSAXKD(4FI))/PORA
     HTIME=DWELLARE1ARH/GUV
     DDETA2=1.0
     IF(HTIME .GT.  1000. .OR. HTIME .GT.  50.A.693/DECAY( I) ) GO TO 80
     DBAL=DWELL
     DBD=.3DOAGWV
     DBAV^GUV
     DBR=RETARH
     DBA=HTIME/10.0DO
     DBB=HTIHE
     CALL QUANC8(FCN, DBA, DBB, ABSERR,RELERR.RESUL1 .ERREST.NOFUN. FLAG)
     DBA=HTIME
     DBB=HTIHEA10.0DO
     CALL QUANC8(FCN, DBA, DBB, ABSERR,RELERR,RESUL2.ERREST,NOFUN. FLAG)
     RESULT=RESUL1+RESUL2
     DDETA2=RESULTADEXP(DBALADBRADBLA/DBAV)
     IF
-------
      DBB=HSTIME                                                        IS1NEW
      CALL QUANC8(FCN.DBA.DBB.ABSERR,RELERR,RESUL1,ERRESI,NOFUN,FLAG)   ISINEWL
      DBA=WSTIME                                                        ISINEWL
      DBB=WSTIMEA10.0DO
      CALL QUANCB
      WRITE(LU2,602)SOILOS,DOVER
      WRITE(LU2,603)XINFL
      WRITE(LU2,604)VWV
      WRITE(LU2,605)EXPOS
  300 CONTINUE
C	
C	CALCULATE AQUIFER VOLUME
      AQVOL=GUVAPORAAAQXHKA=EXP(-DECAY(I>A(rfIME(I>+JIIME(I»)                        ISINEWL
  999 DEWS(I)=EXP(-DECAY(I)AJTIME(D)                                   ISINEWL
C
C     I?IX UP FOR SPEED  FOR  SUBROUTINE SUSPND
C
      CALL XPRESS
C
      JYR=1                                                             RAE10S5
      DO 1000 N=1,MAXYR
      NYEAR=N
      AUX=FLOAT(N)
                                        A-9

-------
      INSITE=L4R
      IF(N.EQ.1)INSITE=1
      TRLS=0.
      IE(DUVER -GT. OUER)1RLS=DOVER-OVER
      TDEPXH=XDEPIH-TRLS
              .IT. 0.)OVER=0.
      TDEPIW= TDEPTH-QVER
      FONSIT=0.
      IF=TRAH( IDAXDECN
      CS(II)=CS(II)AXDECN
      CW(II)=CU(II)AXDECN
C -----
C ----- CALCULATE THE AMOUNT OF LEACHING.
C -----
      CALL LEACH ( II. NYEAR.VOLB. VOLO,DHAX,CIOT,CFF,XDECN,TINFL,PERMT)
      PLBT(II)=PLBT(II)+POLB(II)
      OFT(II)=OEI(II)+J)OLO(II)
C -----               f
C ----- CALCULATE ADDITIONS TO AQUIFER.
C -----
      CALL VERHOR( II. NYEAR. ITIME.DDETA)
C     ITMP IS THE YEAR OF ARRIVAL OF POLB AND SDEEP TO A POINT IN        ISINEUL
C     THE AQUIFER EXACTLY BELOW XHE WELL                                 ISINEWL
      ITMP=ITIME(II)+NYEAR
      IF(IIHP.LE.IOOO)  GO TO 241
C     IF R-ACIIVITY POLB AND SDEEP GET TO THE WELL POINT AFTER YEAR      ISINEWL
C     1000 NO DECREASE BY WATER COMMUNITY USE IS CONSIDERED IN THE       ISINEWL
C     CALCULATION OF R-ACTIVITY FLOW FROM THE WELL POINT TO THE STREAM   ISINEWL
      JTMP=NYEAR+ITIME(II)+JTIME(II)                                     ISINEWL
                                       A-10

-------
      KIN=1NI4-DETWS(II)A(P0LB(im                       ISICH
     8             SDEEP(II))ADDETA
      QLBUl,10)=ClLB=AQAM(II.NYEAR>/(VOLUSW)
  350 1F(N .GE. IAVG1 .AND. N .LE. 1AVG2)AQAVG(II)=AQAVG<1I)+AQCON
      POW                                     ISINEW
      KIND=INT(FLOAT(JTMP-1)/1000.)                                      ISINEU
      IF(KIND.£Q.O)QDWS6(II)=QBWSB(imD£WS(II>A                         ISINEW
     i             (AQAM(I1,NYEAR)-AMX1)ADDEIA3(II)                      ISINEW
      IF(KIND.EQ.O) GU 10  351                                            ISINEW
      IF(KIND.GI.IO)  KIND=10                                             ISINEU
      IF(KIND.LT.IO)  GO TO 352                                           ISINEW
      QLB(IIf10)=QLB(lI,10)+EXP(-DECAY(II)A(10000-FLOAI(NYEAR)))A        ISINEWL
     &           (AQAM(II,NYEAR)-AMTl)ADD£fA3(II)                        ISINEW
      GO TO 351                                                          ISINEWL
  352 QLB(II,KIND)=QLB(II.KIND)+DEWS(II)A(AQAM(II,NYEAfi)-AMTl)A          ISINEWL
     I             DDETA3UI)
  351 CONTINUE                                                           ISINEWL
C	
C	 CALCULATE TRANSPORT OF SOLUBLE SURFACE COMPONENT
C	
      CALL SURSOL(Il.NYEAR.VOLO)
      IF(NYEAR .EQ. I)SSIREM(II)=STAM(II)+SSfREM(II)
       STCON(II)=SSTREM(II)/STFLOW                                      ISIMOD
      AMT=VOLUSSASICON(II)
      IF(AMI .LE.  SSTREM(II) .OR. AMI .EQ.  0.)GO TO 365
      STCON(II)=SSTREM(II)/(VOLUSS)
  365 IF(N .GE. IAVG1 .AND. N .LE. 1AVG2)STAVG(1I)=STAVG(II)+STCON(II)
      IF(STCONdl) .LEa SIMAX(II»GO TO 370
      STMAX
-------
      DERATEdl) = 0.0
      GNDCUN=CS< 1DABDENSAADEPTHA1.0E3
      IFdNSIIE .£Q. 0 .Oil. NYEAR  .NE.  1)  GO  10  381
      D1R=IRAMENCONA1000.A[iECOPAD3RA3.15E7
 7778 D1R=D1RAFACIIMA(RMECH+B7R)A3.15E7
      IRAMdI)=TRAMdI)-DECOP(II>A(DlR)
      IF=RTA(IimSO
-------
      IFdOPVMV .LQ. 1) D1R=D1RABV(II)
  384 CONTINUE
      SOCGN(II)=1.0E12AADLPlHA
      BSMTA(II)=BSMTA(II)A.03333333AFGIM/(TDEPrUATAREA)
      QSUR=(CSP(II)+CSPO(II))/1.0E12
      TEMP=AICON(II)
      IF(PCKII) .GE.  TEMP)GO 10 820
      PC1(II)=TEMP
      NPCKII)=NYEAR
  820 CONTINUE
      TEMP=QSUR+BSHTA(II)
      IF(PC2(II) .GE.  XEMPJGO TO 840
      PC2(1I)=TEMP
      NPC2(II)=NYEAR
  840 CONTINUE
      TE«P=QING(II)APOP
      IF(PC3(II) .GE.  TEMP)GO TO 860
      PC3(II) = 1VEMP
      NPC3(II)=NYEAR
  860 CONTINUE
      TEMP=(J1NH<1I)APOP
      IF(PC4(II) .GE.  TEMP) GO TO 880
      PC4(II)=IEMP
      NPC4(II)=NYEAR
  880 CONTINUE
  900 CONTINUE
      UD=DHAX
      IF(WD .GT. TDEP1H)UD=TD£PTH
      IF(HOD(NYEAR-IPRTl,IDEL'f> .EQ. 0 .OR. NYEAR .EQ. 1)
     &   CALL OUI(NYEAR,PC,WD,VOLOrVOLB)
C                                                                       RAE1085
C     CALCULATE AVERAGE NUCLIDE CONCENTRATIONS                          RAE1085
C     AND CALL DARTAB  FOR INTERHEDIATE YEARS                            RAE1085
C                                                                       RAE1085
      IF(NYEAR .NE. IfllYR(JYR)) GO TO 1000                              RAE1085
C                                                                       RAE1085
C     SAVE VALUES OF PERTINENT VARIABLES                                RAE1085
C                                                                       RAE1085
      ISAV1=IAVG1                                                       RAE1085
      ISAV2=IAVG2                                                       RAE1085
      DO 990 I=1.NONCLD                                                 RAE1085
        SAVE(Ifl>=CLKI)                                                RAE1085
        SAVE(I,2)=CL2(1)                                                RAE1085
        SAVE(IF3)=CP1(I)                                                RAE1085
        SAVE(1,4)=CP2(I)                                                RAE1085
                                      A-13

-------
c
c
c
990
c
c
c
  992
        SAVE(I,5)=CSP(I>
        SAVEd,G)=CWAld)
        SAVEdF7)=CMEAld>
        SAVEdF8)=CCMIld)
        SAVEd, 9)=CCHI2d)
        SAVEd, 10)=CGMIld)
        SAVEd, ll)=C(]MI2d)
        SAVEd 12)=COL1(I)
        SAVE(I,13)=COL2(I)
        SAVEdF14)=COPld)
        SAVEd 15)=COP2d)
        SAVEd 16)=COCMIld)
        SAVEd, 17>=COCMI2d>
        SAVEd 18)=COGMIld)
        SAVEd 19>=COGMI2d)
        SAVEd 20)=COMEATd)
        SAVEd 21>=CSPOd)
        AQAVG< I)=AQAMGd)/NYEAR
        ATAVG(I)=ATAVGd)/NYEAR
        SOAVGd)=SOAVG(I)/NYEAR
        STAVG(I)=S1AVG(I)/NY£AR
    PREPARE CONCENTRATION ARRAYS, PCON, FOR DAR1AB
    IAVG2=NYEAR
    DO 992 I=1,NONCLD
      11=1
      DERATEdI)=AXAVG(II)AVDA3.6E15
      CALL FOOD
      CL2(I)=SAVEd,2)
      CPKI)=SAVEd,3)
      CP2(I)=SAVEd,4)
      CSP(I)=SAVE(I.15)
      CWAId)=SAVE(ltG)
      CMEAT(I)=SAVE(i,7)
      CCMIld)=SAVEd'8)
      CCMI2d)=SAVE(I,9)
      CGHIKI)=SAVt
-------
C
C
C
C
C
C
       COCMI2(I)=SAVE(I.17)
       COGMI1(I)=SAVE(1,18)
       COGMI2(I)=SAVE(I,19)
       COHEAKI)=SAVE(I.20)
       CSPO(I)=SAVE(I.2l)
       AQAVG(I)=AQAVGfI)ANYEAR
       ATAVG(I)=AIAVG(I)ANYEAR
       SOAVG(I)=SOAVG(I)ANYEAR
 994   STAVG(I)=STAi;G(I)ANYEAR
     IAVG1=ISAV1
     IAVG2=ISAV2

     CALL DARTAB  FOR INTERMEDIATE YEAR OUTPUT

     IF(JYR .EQ.  1)  CALL  DARTAB(O)
     CALL DAR1AB(4)

     SAVE DATA FOR ACCOUNTING MODEL TABLE

     DO 9% 1=1.NONCLD
       POSS(I,JYR)=POS(I>
       POWS<1,JYR)=POU(I)
       RTAS(I.JYR>=RIA(I)
       QBASIN(I,JYR)=QDUSB
-------
c
c -----
C ----- CALCULATE RADIONUCLIDE CONCENTRATIONS IN FOOD DUE TO
C ----- HATER IRRIGATION.  ALSO CALCULATE ANNUAL RADIONUCLIDE
C ----- INTAKE BY MAN.
C -----
C
      URI1E
      DO 1300 I=1,NONCLD

      CUAI(lI) = (UUATLAAQAVGWRIIE(LU2,G026>
      WRITE(LU2,6030)
      DO 1310 I=1.NONCLD
      URITE(LU2,6640)NUCLID(I),QING(I)rQINH(I)
 1310 CONTINUE
C     TABLE OF CUMULATIVE (AGGREGATED) VALUES OF RADIOACTIVITY
C     PRODUCED HERE
      URITE(LU2.6041)
 6041 EORHAK 'I5, 10X, 'AGGREGATED VALUES OF RADIOACTIVITY:',/,
     SIX, 'NUCLIDE' 6X, 'PUMPED OUT ',5X. 'PUMPED OUT ',5X.'LEFT BOTTOM',
     S5X, 'OVERFLOWED J ,5X, 'RELEASED TO J ,5X 'RELEASED TOV' ',13X.
     8'  THE WELL '.5X.' THE STREAM'. 5X.' OF TRENCH ',5X,'   TRENCH   ',
     83X,'THE ATMOSPHERE' ,4X,'   BASIN')
      DO 1313 I=1.NONCLD
      URIIE(LU2,6042) NUCL1D( I) ,POU( I) f POS( I) , PLBT( I) ,OFT( I) ,RTA( I) ,
     SQDWSB(I)
 1313 CONTINUE
 6042 tORMATC ' .IX, A8,5X,6( 1PE11.4F5X) )
      URI1E(LU2,6045)
C
C -----
C ----- CALCULATE  VARIABLES NECESSARY TO PASS TO DARTAB.
C ----- DARTAB COMBINES  RADIONUCLIDE ENVIRONMENTAL EXPOSURE
C ----- DATA UITH  DOSIMETRIC AND HEALTH EFFECTS DATA TO GENERATE
C ----- TABULATIONS OF PREDICTED IMPACTS.
C -----
C
      DO 1320 I=1,NONCLD
      QSUR=CSP(I)/1.0Eli2
      QFRAC=0.        *
      FGIM=FGAM
      IFdNSIIE.EQ.l .AND. NYEAR.EQ.l) EGI«=EGAMAFACIIMAPOPG/DECOP( I)
      BSMT(I>=BSMTA.03333333AFGIM/(IDEPTUATAREA)
      IF(QINGU)  .EQ. 0.0) GO TO 1315
      QFRAC=CUAT( DAUWAT /QING( I)
 1315 URIIE(LU2.6050)NUCLID(I),QFRAC
      PCON1(I)=ATAVG(I)APOP
      PCON2( I)=QSURAPOP+BSMT( I)
      PCON3(I)=QING(I)APOP
      PCON4(1)=QINH(I)APOP
                                         A-16

-------
 1320 CONTINUE
      UmE
      DO 1340 I=1.NONCLD
      URITL
-------
c"I" THE EOLLOUING LOOP IS EXECUTED FOR EACH NUCLIDE.
C	
      DO 50t> I=1,NONCLD
      11=1
      XDECN=DECN(I1)
      TRAM(II)=IRAM(II>AXDECN
      CS(II)=CS                                   ISIMOD
  210 CONTINUE
C	
C	 CALCULATE TRANSPORT OF SOLUBLE SURFACE COMPONENT
C	
      CALL SURSOL/1000.)
      IF(KIND.GT.IO) KIND=10
C     SSTREM IS RADIOACTIVITY FROM SURFACE SUN-OFF
C     RELEASED DOWNSTREAM IN MILLENIUM KIND+1
      QLB(II,KIND)=QLB(II,KIND)+SSTREM(II)

C	CALCULATE ATMOSPHERIC CONCENTRATION AND AMOUNT
C	 ABOVE SPILLAGE AREA
C	
C
      GNDCON=CS(II)ABDENSAADEPIHA1.0E3
      CALL SUSPND(NYEAR.II,D1R,GNDCON,D7R,D8R)
      RTA(II)=RTA(II)+YSC(II)A3.1536E7
  387 CONTINUE
C
C	
C	 MATERIAL BALANCE
C	
C
C	 3.1536E7 IS THE NUMBER Of SECONDS IN A YEAR
      CS(II)=CS(II)+((TRLS/(TDEPTH+TRLS)ATRAM(II)-YSO(II)A3.1536E7)/
     1  (EXTENIAPDAADEPTH))A1.0E-3/BDENS
      TRAM(II)=TRAM(II)A(1.0-TRLS/(TDEPTH+TRLS))
      RELIS = RELFAC
      IF (RELFAC.LT.0.0) RELIS = XKD(2,II)
                                          A-18

-------
      IF(LEAOPT.EQ.5 .AND. DMAX.GT.O. )IRAMdI) = TRAMdI)A< 1-RELIS)        ISIMOD
      IF(LEAOPT.NE.5)TRAM(II)=XRAM(II)-POLB(II)-POLO(II)
      IF(TRAMdl) .LI.  0.)TRAMdI)=0.
      CWdI) = CWdI) + (POLOdI>/
     8    (EXTENTAPBAADEPIHAPORS))
      IF(CWdl)  .LI. 0.) CW(II)=0.
      IF(CSdl)  .LI. 0.)CSdI)=0.
C	
C	 COMPUTE SOIL CONCENTRATION
C	
      D1R=0.
      IFdOPVUV  .LI. 0) GO 10 388
      IFdRSI .LI. N .AND. 1DEP1H .61.  0.) DlR=FONSIIAIRAMdI)/
     I (TAREAATDEPTW)
      IFdOPVWV  .EQ. 1) DlR=DlRABVdI)
  388 CONTINUE
      SOCONdI) = 1.0E12AABEPTHA
C
  505 CONTINUE
      WD=DMAX
      IF(WD .GT. IDEPIH)WD=TDEPTH
C     IF(MOD(NYEAR,1000).EQ.O .OR. NYEAR.EQ.1001)
C    i   CALL THSUM(
 1001 CONTINUE
C     QLBPTH IS THE AMOUNT OF RADIOACTIVITY LEAVING
C     THE BASIN WITH THE STREAM WATER BETWEEN YEARS
C     1001 AND 10000
      DO 506 II=1.NONCLD
        DO 250 L=I,9
  250   QLBPlHdI)=QLBPIHdmQLBdI.L>
C       FIRST MILLENNIUM RELEASE INCLUDED FOR HEALTH EFFECTS CALC.
        QLBTTHdI)=QLBPTHdI)+QDWSBdI)
  506 CONTINUE
C     HE IS THE HEALTH  EFFECT CALCULATED USING CONVERSION FACTOR CON
      DO 270 L=1,NONCLD
  270 HE(L)=QLBITH(L)ACON(L)
C
C     OUTPUT FOR THE EXTENDED SIMULATION PERIOD IS PRODUCED
C     IN DO LOOP 1004.  DO LOOPS 1007 AND 1010 REPORT THE HEALTH
C     EFFECTS FROM THE  RESIDUAL RELEASE DOWNSTREAM THE BASIN
C
      URIIE(6,1002)
 1002 tORMAT(Il/,32X,'RESIDUAL RADIOACTIVITY RELEASED ',
     &  'OUTSIDE THE BASINV43X,'WITH THE STREAM WATER'//'  '.
     g  'NUCLIDE'.5X,'FIRST'.6X,'SECOND',5X,'THIRD',6X,'FOURTH' 5Xr
     I  'FIFTH',5X.'SIXTH'6X 'SEVENTH',4X.'EIGHTH',5X,'NINTH',6X,
     &  'TENTH'/' J.10X,10('MILLENNIUM'f1X),/)
      DO 1004 I=l.NONCtD
 1004 WRIIE(6,1003) NUCLIDd),QDWSBd),
-------
    &  32X 'RADIOACTIVITY RELEASED IN ',15 ' YEARS'.//.30X,
    &  'NUCLIDE'.5X.'RESIDUAL' 3X.'CONVERSION',3X,'HEALTH',/,42X,
    i  'ACTIVITY*5X.'FACTOR',5X,' EFFECTS',/)
       DO 1410 I=1.NONCLD
1410   WRITE(6,1008> NUCLID,CON(I),HEE(I,J)
1420 CONTINUE
     WRITE(b,100G)
1006 EORMAT(////.32X 'HEALTH EFFECTS RESULTING FROM RESIDUAL',/,
                                                             42X,
     &  32X,'RADIOACTIVITY  RELEASED  IN  10000  YEARS'.//.30X.
     &  'NUCLIDE' 5X'RESIDUAL'3X.'CONVERSION',3X,'HEALTH7,/,
     &  'ACTIVITY'  5X 'FACTOR',5X,'EFFECTS',/)
     DO  1007  I=1,NONCLD
 1007 URIIE<6,1008) NUCLIDtI).QLBTIH,I=i,6)
 1009 FORHAT(/1'.///.30X.'TABLE FOR  ACCOUNTING  HODEL   —   YEAR  ',15,
       imni \  x f///favAf xnvjuLi i. un FILTWWWI^XAITU tiwut*      j
       /,'  COLUHN  I:  INDIVIDUAL CANCER RISK (UNItLESS)',
       /!'  COLUhN  2:  POPULATION DOSE (PERSON-REM/YtAR)''
       /,'  COLUHN  3:  COLLECTIVE CANCER RISK (DEATHS/YEAR)',
       /,'  COLUHN  4:  GENETIC RISK (EFFECTS/YEAR)'
    &  /,'  COLUHN  5:  R-ACTIVITY PUHPED OUT THE WELL 1ST ',15,
     i
         YEARS (CI)',
       /.' COLUMN  6: R-ACIIVIIY PUMPED OUT THE STREAM 1ST ',15,
       'YEARS (CI)',
       /,' COLUMN  7: R-ACIIVIIY RELEASED TO AIHOSPHERE 1ST ',15,
       '  YEARS (CI)'
    I  /,' COLUHN  8: R-ACT1VIIY RELEASED DOWNSTREAM 1ST '15,
       '  YEARS (CI)'
       /,' COLUMN  9? R-ACIIVIIY RELEASED DOWNSTREAM LAST ',15,
       '  YEARS (CD '
       /.' COLUMN 10? R-ACIIVIIY IN TRENCH AFTER 10000 YEARS ',
       'ASSUMING PERFECT CONTAINMENT (CI)',/)
     DO 1010 I=1,NONCLD
     QLASI=QDWSB(I)-QBASIN(1,J)
     QLASI=QLAST+QLBPTH(I)
     WRI1E(6.1011) NUCLID(I),EICANS(I,J),POPDS(I.J),CCNRS(I.J).
    *  GNRS(IfJ),POUS(I,J),POSS(I,J),RIAS(I,J>,QBASIN(I,J),QLAST,
    i  IRAPdJ
     UBIIE(14r1011) NUCLID(I),FICANS(I,J),POPDS(I.J),CCNRS(I,J),
    S  GNRS(I.J),POWS(I,J),POSS(I,J),RTAS(I,J),QBASIN(I,J),QLAST,
1010 CONTINUE
     URIIE(6.1012)  TFICS(J).TPOPDS(J).TCCNRS(J),TGNRS(J)
     WRITE(H.1012i TFICS(J),TPOPDS(a5,TCCNRS(jJ,TGNRS(J)
1011 FORHAT(1X,A8.1X.1P10E11.4)
1012 FORMAKIX,'TOTALS:',2X,1P4E11.4)
1020 CONTINUE
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6210 FORMATC ',A8,3Xr9(lPEll.4,2X))
6215 FORMATC ' A8!3x'3(2(lPE11.4,2X).OPI4.5X))
6220 FORMAT*/' ' 5X,'&ADIONUCL1DE BREAKTHROUGH TIME IS ONLY SLIGHTLY',
    I       ' GREATER THAN SIMULATION TIME AND LEADING EDGE OF PULSE',
    *       ' MAY BE MISSED')
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    I       ' SQUARE METER',/' ',20X,'OR ',£11.4,
    t       ' MEIERS IS REMOVED FROM THE SURFACE7)
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    &      F8.4,' METERS')
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    t      '  PER YEAR')
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    I  ' PER UNIT SOURCE RELEASE IS 'Ell.4 ' CI/MAA3 PER CI/SEC')
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    I ' DILUTION VOLUME IN AQUIFER FOR YEAR ',14)
 700 FORMATC1',35X 'AVERAGE CONCENTRATIONS OVER THE YEARS ',13,
    \      '  TO ',14,' OF THE SIMULATION'
    i       /' '.50X 'MAXIMUM ANNUAL CONCENTRATIONS'
    i       ///' 'IX,'NUCLIDE',8X,'ATMOSPHERE DOWNWIND',
    I       24X,'IN WELL',26X 'IN STREAM',
    i       //' ',7X,3(6X 'AVERAGE' 6X 'MAXIMUM',4X,'YEAR',IX),
    S       /' ' 7X,3*2*6Xf'CI/MAA3J),9X))
5000 FORMATC1'.SlX 'INITIAL CALCULATIONS',//' ' ,50X,'NUCLIDE',
    i   10X 'MASS' //)
5005 FORMAT!' ' SIX.AB.SX.FS.O)
5006 FORMAT*' ',bX,JIH£ POPULATION RESIDES ONSITE')
5007 FORMATC ',5X.'POPULATION RESET TO ' F10.0,' FOR ONSITE FARM')
6000 FORMAT*'!'130X,'RADIONUCLIDE CONCENTRATION IN FOODS DUE TO'
    S_^_ATMgSPHERIC DEPOSITION'f/''z55X,'PICO_CURIES_PER KILOGRAM')

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6010 FORMAT*/^//' J.35X 'ftADiONUCLiDE'CONCENXRAIION IN FOODS DUE TO'
    s      '  IRRIGATION'/' ',55x,'pico CURIES PER KILOGRAM')
6020 FORMAT*///' ',5X 'NOTE: G.P.E. - GENERAL POPULATION',
    S ' EXPOSURE' /' J,11X,'M.I.E. - MAXIMUM INDIVIDUAL',
    X ' EXPOSURE')
6024 FORMAT*'0'.11X,'M. I.E. WILL BE USL'D 10 CALCULATE',
    &       ' HEALTH EFFECTS')
6026 EORMATCO' HX.'G.P.E. WILL BE USED 10 CALCULATE',
    &       ' HEALTH EFFECTS')
6030 EORMATC1',IX.'NUCLIDE',10X/ANNUAL INTAKE',10X,
    & 'ANNUAL INTAKE'/' '
    & 18X 'BY INGESIION',11X,'BY INHALATION'/' ',20X,
    & 'PCI/Y',18X 'PCI/Y')
6040 FORMAT*' ' ,1X.A&,9X.1PE11.4,12X,1PE11.4)
6050 FORMATC ' ,50X,A8,8X,F8.4)
6045 EORMATCl'.SOX.'FRACTION OF INGESTION DUE TO WATER',
    S  //' '.50X,'NUCLIDE',10X.'FRACTION')
6300 FORMAT*J1',55X.'MAXIMUM ANNUAL EXPOSURE'
    t      ///.2X,'NUCLIDE'.12X,'AIR'.8X,'YEAR' 8X,
    S      ' SURFACE'.6X,'YEAR',7X,'INGEST ION',5X,'YEAR',6X,
    i      'INHALATION' 5X.'YEAR'
    S      /' ',15X,2CCONCENIRA1ION',12X),5X,
    &      2CRATE',19X),
    t      /' /,18X,'CI/HAA3/f18X,'CI/MAA2',
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                XPRESS
     COMMON/AIR/CHIQ.CHIQ2.DECOP<40),FACTIM,FTUINp,FTUND2,
    I       FVOLAT(46).H.HLID. IS, IT,POPDST,POPG,RE1 ,RE2,RE3,RINC;
    i       RMECH.ROUGH,U,VD,VG,XG
     COM«ON/LAND/$AINF,ERODF,STPLNG. COVER, CONTRL.SEDELR.SOILOS,
    1       PORS,BDENS,DWET, EXTENT, ADEPTH,PD, RUNOFF, RESAT,
    &       INSITE
     COMHON/XP/ARG,RES( 10000)

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     DO 200 IYR=1. 10000
     TX = FLOAI(IYR)A365.
     RES(IYR)  = RE1AEXP
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      COMMON/AIR/CHia.CHIQ2.LitCOP(40).FACTIM.FIWIND.FTWND2,
     t       FVOLAT(46),H,HLID.IS, IT,POPDST,POPG,RE1,RE2,RE3,RINC,
     t       RMECH,ROUGH,U,VD,VG,XG

C  TEST FOR  INVALID COMBINATIONS OF  IS AND  IT:
36      IF(IS.LT.1.OR.IS.GT.6)WRITE(6,38)IT.IS
        IFIT,IS
38      FORMAK2X  'INVALID COMBINATION OF IT=',I2,'JNB  IS=',I2)
C       INITIALIZE PARAMETERS
        PI=3.141593
        IF(HLlD.fcQ.O.)HLID=12000.
        XG  = XG +  EXIENI/0.3978247
        LID=HLID
        IXG=XG
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        HH=H-VGAXG/U
        IF(HH.LI.O.)HH=0.0
C       COMPUTE PLUME  WIDTH FACTORS  AT DISTANCE XG
        CALL SIGMAZtXG.ir.IS.ROUGH,SIGZ,  IKPM.HLID,VG,U,HH)
C       RESTRICT  HLID  TO IROfOPAUSE  IF INPUT SPEC.  =0.0
C       COMPUTE CORREC1ION FACTOR FOR PLUME DEPLETION
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        COR=1.
        IF(MG.EG.O..AND.VD.EQ.O.)GOT045
        CALL DPLT(PI,HH,VD,UrIT,IS,XG,ROUGH,HLID,COR,VG,H)
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C     IF(COR.LT..999)WRITE(6,40) COR
40      FORMAK2X,'DEPLETION CORRECTION FACTOR =',F8.4)
45      EXPO=EXP(-HHAHH/2./SIGZ/SIGZ)
C       COMPUTE SECTOR AVERAGE  VALUES
        EXPN=CORA2.032AEXPO/SIGZ/XG
        EXPOS=EXPN/U
        DEPO=EXPOSAVD
80      CONTINUE
1000    CONTINUE
        RETURN
        END
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        SUBROUTINE DPLKPI.HH, VD.U. It, IS,XG,ROUGH,HLID,COR, VG,H)
COMPUTES PLUME DEPLETION CORRECTION
        DIMENSION XX(50).FX(50).AX(50)
      COMHON/C/BY(6>,BZ1{6).BZ2(&>,BZ3.A2(6>,BI(G>,B2(G),
     S B3(6),PY(6.5)'PZ(G,5),QY(G,5),QZ(Gf5),XM(50)
        IFdS.GT.6)15=6
        IKPM=1
        IDUM=1       l
        CALL SIGMAZ(XG.11,IS,ROUGH,SIGZ,IKPM,HLID,VG,U,HH)
C       IKPM HAS  BEEN  RECOMPUTED
        IKP=1KPM-H
        SQRTPI=.79785
        FX(IKP)=EXP(-.5A(HH/SIGZ)AA2)/SIGZ
        XX(IKP)=XG
        DO 20 1=1,IKPM

        CALL)SIGMAZ(XX(I)fII.IS|ROU6H.SIGZ,IDUM,HLIDfV6,UfHH)
        FX
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        L=l
        CALL SIMPUN.PY(6,5),PZ(6.5)lQY(6,5>.Q2(&,5>fXM(50>
      DIMENSION A6NE(6),B6NEf6),Afuo(6),BTUO(6),CONE(6),DONE<6),
     *CTUO(6).DTUO(6>,RGH<6>
      DATA AONE/0.112.0.130.0.112.0.098.0.0609,0.06387
      DATA BONE/1.06,6.950,0.920,6.889.6.895,0.783/
      DATA ATWO/5.38E-4,6.52E-4.9.05E-4,1.35E-3,1.96E-3,1.36E-3/
      DATA BTWO/0.815.0.750,0.718.0.688.0.684,0.672/
      DATA CONE/1.56,2.02.2.72.5.16,7.37,11.7/
      DATA DONE/0.0480.0.0269,6..-0.060,-0.0957,-0.128/
      DATA CIHO/6.25E-4,7.76E-4,0.,186.,4.29E+3,4.59E+4/
      DATA DIWO/0.4S.0.3y.O..-0.225.-0.60.-0.78/
      DATA RGH/0.01,0.04,0.10,0.40,1.0,4.6/
      P=0.0
        DO 8 1=1,50
        IKP=I
        IF(XM>
      GO  TO 27
   26 F=F-ALOG(1.+C2AXGAAD2)
   27 SIGZ=GAF
       IF(SIGZ.LI.l.O) SIGZ=1.0
        GOT099
C       BRIGGS DISPERSION VALUES. FROM AIRDOS II
30      SIGZ=BZ1(IS)AXGA(H-BZ2(IS)AXG)AABZ3(IS)
        GOI099
C       DISPERSION VALUES AFTER KLUG,  AND OTHERS
40      J=II-3
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C               =2 FOR BROOKHAVEN
C               =3 FOR SI. LOUIS
C               =4 FOR JULICH(SOH)
C               =5 FOR JULICHUOOM)
        SIGZ=PZ
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      DIMENSION X<1),Y(1)
      IND=IND1
      N=N1
      IEX=0
      IF (N.LE.IMAX) GO TO 10
      N=IMAX
      IEX=N
   10 IE (IND.GT.O) GO 10 40
      DO 20 J = l.IMAX
         IF (Xl-X(J)) 30,130,20
   20    CONTINUE
      IEX=1
      GO TO 70
   30 IND=J
   40 IF (IND.GT.l) GO TO 50
      IEX=-1

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        3/.1475,.0168,.0045,.0022,-.042,-.Ob5/
        FOR KLUG, ET. AL. TYPES OF DISPERSION...
        DATA PY/.469,.306..23..219,.23?,.273,0.,.4,.36,.32,.0,.31,
     i .0.1.7.1.44,.91,1.02,.6..66,.66,.63,.53,.41,7.56,
     ft .34,.37..40..43).46,7.56/
        DATA GY/.903,.885..855..764,.691,.594,0.,.91,.86,.78,.0,.71,
     I 0...717,.71,.729,.648,.6,.83,.83,.80,.80,.87,.52,
     ft 1.6o..94,.a6,.82'.?6..52/
        DATA PZ/.017,.072,.076,.14,.217,.262,.0..411,.326,.223,.0,
     ft .063,.0..079 '131,.91,1.93,.0,.14,.14,.21,.26,.13,.56,
     ft .037..076..16,.32,.66,1.37/
        DAlA QZ/I.38 1.021..879..727,.61..5,.0,.90'/,.859,.776,.0,.709,
     ft .0.1.2.1.046,.702,.465,.6,1.09,1.09,.98,.89,.83,.55,1.28,
     ft l.h..$6,.88 .63,l47/     '                 '   '    '    '
      DATA XH/
     ft  1.000E+00,2.000E+00,3.000E+00,4.000E+00,5.000E+00,
     ft  1.000E+01,1.500E+01,2.000E+01,2.500E+01,3.000E+01,
     ft  3.500E+01,4.000E+01,4.500E+01,5.000E+01,1.500E+02,
     ft  2.000E+02,3.000E+02,4.000E+02,5.000E+02,6.000E+02,
     ft  7.000E+02,8.000E+02,9.000E+02,1.000E+03,1.100E+03,
     ft  1.200E+03,1.300E+03,1.400E+03,1.600E+03,1.800E+03,
     ft  2.000E+03,2.500E+03,3.000E+03,3.500E+03,4.000E+03,
     ft  4.500E+03,5.000E+03,6.000E+03,7.000E+03,8.000E+03,
     ft  1.000E+04,1.500E+04 2.000E+04  3.000E+04 4.000E+04
     ft  5.000E+04,6.000E+04,7.000E+04,8.000E+04,1.000E+05/
      END
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      FUNCTION CAP(NYEAR)
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CAAA THIS FUNCTION CALCULATES AND RETURNS  THE FRACTION OF THE TRENCH
CAAA CAP THAT HAS FAILED.  FAILURE CAN BE  CAUSED BY EROSION AS
CAAA DETERMINED  FROM THE UNIVERSAL SOIL LOSS EQUATION OR BY USER
CAAA INPUTS.  CAP=1 INDICATES TOTAL CAP FAILURE.  THIS FUNCTION
CAAA IS CALLED BY TRENCH.
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   INPUT VARIABLES

      NYEAR = CURRENT YEAR OF SIMULATION
      NYR1  = FIRST YEAR OF FAILURE
      NYR2  = LAS1 YEAR OF FAILURE
      PCT1  = PER CENT FAILURE IN NYR1
      PCI2  = PER CENT FAILURE IN NYR2
      OVER  = THICKNESS OF TRENCH CAP

   OUTPUT VARIABLE

      CAP   = FRACTION Ot CAP 1HAI HAS FAILED
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      DOUBLE PRECISION NUCLIB
      COHHON/CNIRL/NONCLll.HAXYR,TITLE<20).LOCATE<12).NYRl.NYR2,
     &       PCT1.PCI2.LEAOPT.IOPVUV.IOPSAT,IPRT1.IPRT2.IDELT.IXIS,
     i       IRRE$l,IRfaS2.LIND,IAVGl,IAVG2;RR,FTftECH,INIYR<4),         RAE1085
     J       UyAIL,&UAIA,UHATH,SUATL,SWAIA,SUAIH,IVAP,IBSMT
      COHHON/IRCH/fAREA,fDEPTH,OVER,PORT,RELFACFDENCON,OLDWAI,FN
      CAP=0.0
      IF
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  MEAT CONSUMED BY MAN RESULTING FROM ATMOSPHERIC DEPOSITION

  CALLED BY MAIN.
INPUT VARIABLES


  NN    = NUCLIDE NUMBER

  DECAY = RADIOACTIVE DECAY CONSTANT                        1/Y

  XAMBUE = WEATHER DECAY CONSTANTS                          1/H

          AIRBORNE MATERIAL

  TA    = PERIOD OF TIME FOR WHICH SOIL IS EXPOSED TO THE

          CONTAMINATED AIRBORNE MATERIAL                    H

  PP    = SURFACE DENSITY FOR SOIL                          KG/HAA2
  RA    = RETENTION FRACTION

  BV    = CONCENTRATION FRACTION FOR UPTAKE OF RAOIONUCLIDE

          FROM  SOIL BY VEGETATIVE PARTS OF CROPS
  BR    = CONCENTRATION FRACTION FOR UPTAKE OF RADIONUCLIDE

          FROM  SOIL BY REPRODUCTIVE PARTS OF CROPS

  DERATE= RADIONUCLIDE DEPOSITION RATE                      PCI/MAA
  IOPT  = OPTIONS FOR SPECIALS RADIONUCLIDES H-3 AND C-14

          IOPT  = 1 IF H-3 AND C-14 IS NOT INCLUDED IN THIS RUN

          IOPT  = 2 IF ONLY H-3 IS INCLUDED

          IOPT  = 3 IF ONLY C-14 IS INCLUDED

          IOPI  = 4 IF BOTH ARE INCLUDED

  Yl    = AG PRODUCTIVITY FOR GRASS CONSUMED BY ANIMALS     KG/MAA2

  Y2    = AG PRODUCTIVITY FOR VEGETATION CONSUMED BY MAN    KG/MAA2

  TE1   = TIME  PASTURE GRASS EXPOSED DURING GROWING SEASON  H

  TE2   = TIME  CROP/VEG EXPOSED DURING GROUING SEASON       H

  TH1   = PERIOD DELAY BETWEEN HARVEST OF PASTURE GRASS

          AND INGESTION BY ANIMALS                          H

  TH2   = PERIOD DELAY BETWEEN HARVEST OF STORED FEED AND
          1NGESI10N BY ANIMAL                               H
  TH3   = PERIOD DELAY BETWEEN HARVEST OF LEAFY VEG AND

          1NGESI10N BY MAN FOR MAXIMUM INDIVIDUAL EXPOSURE  H

  TH4   = PERIOD DELAY BETWEEN HARVEST OF PRODUCE AND

          INGESTION BY MAN FOR MAXIMUM INDIVIDUAL EXPOSURE  H
  TH5   = TIME  DELAY BETWEEN HARVEST  LEAFY VEG AND

          INGESIION BY MAN FOR GENERAL POPULATION EXPOSURE  H

  TH6   = TIME  DELAY BETWEEN HARVEST OF PRODUCE AND

          INGESIION BY MAN FOR GENERAL POPULATION EXPOSURE  H
  FP    = FRACTION OF YEAR THAT ANIMAL GRAZE ON PASTURE

  FS    = FRACTION OF DAILY FEED THAT IS FRESH GRASS WHEN

          ANIMALS GRAZE ON PASTURE

  FMC   = FRACTION OF THE COW'S DAILY INTAKE OF

          RADIONU1LIDE WHICH APPEARS IN EACH LITER OF MILK  D/L

  EMG   = FRACTION OF THE GOAT'S DAILY INTAKE OF

          RADIONUCLIDE WHICH APPEARS IN EACH LITER OF MILK  D/L

  QFC   = AMOUNT OF FEED CONSUMED BY CATTLE                 KG/D

  QFG   = AMOUNT OF FEED CONSUMED BY GOATS                  KG/D

  IF1   = TRANSPORT TIME OF RADIONUCLIDE FROM

          FEED-MILK-RECEPIOR FOR H.I.E.                     H

  IE2   = TRANSPORT TIME OF RADIONUCLIDE FROM
          FEED-MILK-RECEPTOR FOR G.P.E.                     H

  FF    = FRACTION OF THE ANIMAL'S DAILY INTAKE OF

          RADIONUCLIDE WHICH APPEARS IN EACH KG OF FLESH    D/KG
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IS    = TIME FROM SLAUGHTER OF MEA1 10 CONSUMPTION
ABSH  = ABSOLUTE HUMIDITY OF THE ATMOSPHERE
P14   = FRACTIONAL EQUILIBRIUM RATIO FOR C-14
INTERMEDIATE VARIABLES
XAMBEF= EFFECTIVE DECAY CONSTANT
CPAST = NUCLIDE CONC IN PASTURE GRASS CONSUMED BY ANIMALS
CSTO  = NUCLIDE CONC IN STORED FEED CONSUMED BY ANIMALS
CFEED = RADIONUCLIDE CONCENTRATION IN ANIMALS'S FEED
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CL1   = RADIONUCLIDE
        FOR M.I.E.
CL2   = RADIONUCLIDE
        FOR G.P.E.
CP1   = RADIONUCLIDE
        FOR M.I.E.
CP2   = RADIONUCLIDE
        FOR G.P.E.
CCMI1 = RADIONUCLIDE
CCHI2 = RADIONUCLIDE
COMI1 = RADIONUCLIDE
CGMI2 = RADIONUCLIDE
CMEAI = RADIONUCLIDE
CONC IN LEAFY VEG CONSUMED BY MAN

CONC IN LEAFY VEG CONSUMED BY MAN

CONC IN PRODUCE CONSUMED BY MAN

CONC IN PRODUCE CONSUMED BY MAN

CONC IN COW'S MILK FOR M.I.E.
CONC IN COW'S MILK FOR G.P.E.
CONC IN GOAT'S MILK FOR M.I.E.
CONC IN GOAT'S MILK FOR G.P.E.
CONC IN BEEF CATTLE'S MEAT
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      DOUBLE PRECISION NUCLID.H3.C14
      COMMON/NUC/NUCLID<40).ATMASS(40).TRAM(40).SOAM(40).ATAM(40).
     &       AQAH(40I1000>,STAM(40>,POLO(40>,POLB(40>.CS(40).CU<4&>.
     g       SSTREM(40).SDEEP(40).AIRCON(40),YSO(40)TSOAVG(46),CON(40).
     I       AQCON(40),STCON(40),ATCON(40).AQAVG(40).STAVG(40)IDETW(40), ISINEUL
     S       ATAVG(40);FMC(40).FHG(40),DECAY(40),XKD(4f40).SOL(40)f
     &       FF(40)fRA(40),RW(40),BV(40),BR(40).DERATE(40).CUAT(40)
      COMMON/IRRFOO/Y1.Y2,TE1,TE2.TH1.TH2.TH3,TH4.TH5,THG,FP,FS,
     S       ULEAFY,UPROD,UCMILK.UGMILK,UMEAI.UWAI.UAIR,
     &       QFC,QFG.TF1,TF2.TS.CL1(40).CL2(46),CP1(40),CP2(40),
     *       CCMI1(46),CCHI2(40).CGMI1(40),CGMI2(40),
     S       CHEA1(40).COL1(40).COL2(40).COP1(40).COP2(40),
     t       COCHIl(40)fCOCMI2(40).COGMIl(40),COGMI2(40),
     *       COMEAT(40)!QING(40).QINH(40),POP'
     &       CSP(40).CSPT(40).CSPO(40).CSPOT(40)
      COMMON/FUNC/XAMBUE.IA.T&I.EI.PP.WIRATE,
     &            QCU,QGU,GBU,ABSR.P14
      DATA H3/8HH-3     / C14?8HC-f4    /
      DECA=D£CAY(NN)/8760.
      IF(NUCLID(NN) .EQ. H3) GO TO 200
      IF(NUCLID(NN) .£17. C14) GU TO 300
       CALCULATION OF CPASI= RADIONUCLIDE CONCENTRATION IN PASTURE GRASS
                             CONSUMED BY ANIMALS
  100 B=0.243ABV(NN)                                                    RAE0186
      CPAST=CV(NN.Y1.IE1.TH1,B,1.)
       CALCULATION OF CSlO = RADIONUCLIDE CONCENTRATION IN STORED FEED
                             CONSUMED BY ANIMALS
      B=0.068A<0.378ABR
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C                         BY MAN
      B=0.066ABV(NN)                                                    RAL018G
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      CL1(NN)=CV
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CAAA   1 FOR MAXIMUM INDIVIDUAL EXPOSURE
      CCM1](NN)=FMC(NN)ACFEEDAQFCAEXP(-DECAATF1)
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      CCHI2(NN)=FMC(NN)ACEEEDAQFCAEXP(-DECAATF2)
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C      1 FOR MAXIMUM INDIVIDUAL EXPOSURE
      CGMI1(NN)=FMG(NN)ACFEEDAQFGAEXP(-DECAATF1)
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      CGMI2(NN)=FMG(NN)ACFEEDAQFGAEXP(-DECAATF2)
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CAAA  CALCULATION OF CHEAT = RADIONUCLIDE CONCENTRATION IN BEEF CATTLE
      CHEAT(NN)=FF(NN)ACEEEDAQFCAEXP(-D£CAATS)
      RETURN
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CAAA   CALCULATION FOR SPECIAL RADIONUCLIDE: TRITIUM
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CAAA   CALCULATION OF CVS = TRITIUM CONCENTRATION IN ALL VEGETATION
  200 CV3=3.75E14AAXAVG(NN)/ABSH
CAAA  CALCULATION OF CONCENTRATION OF TRITIUM IN VEGETATION, MILK,
CAAA  AND MEAT CONSUMED BY MAN
      CL1(NN)=CV3
      CL2(NN)=CV3
      CPKNN)=CV3
      CP2(NN)=CV3
      CCMI1(NN)=FHC(NN)ACV3AQFC
      CCMI2(NN)=CCMI1(NN)
      CGMI1(NN)=FMG(NN)ACV3AQFG
      CGMI2(NN)=CGMI1(NN)
      CMEAT(NN)=FF(NN)ACV3AQFC
      RETURN
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CAAA   CALCULATION FOR SPECIAL RADIONUCLIDE: CARBON-14
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CAAA   CALCULATION OF CV14 = C-14 CONCENTRATION IN ALL VEGETATION
  300 CV14=6.875£14AATAVG(NN)AP14
CAAA  CALCULATION OF C-14 CONCENTRATION IN VEGETATION,  MILK,
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      CL1(NN)=CV14
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      CL2(NN)=CV14
      CP1(NN)=CV14
      CP2(NN)=CV14
      CCMI1(NN)=FMC(NN)ACV14AQFC
      CChI2(NN)=CCMIKNN)
      CGMI1(NN)=FMG(NN)ACV14AQFG
      CGhI2(NN)=CGMIl(NN)
      CMEAT(NN)=FF(NN)ACV14AQFC
      RETURN
      END
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      FUNCTION CVSTCON(40).ATCON(40).AQAVG(40).STAVG(40).DETW(40), ISINEUL
     S       ATAVG(40).FMC(40).FHG(40).DECAY(40).XKD(4140),SOL(40).
     J       FF(40).RA(40),RW(40).BV(46).BR(40).DERATEUO).CWAT(40)
      COhMON/LAND/RAlNF^ERODF.STPLNG.COVERjCONTRL.SEDELR.SOILOS,
     S       PORS.BDENS,DUET,EXTENT,ADEPTH,PD,RUNOFF,RESAT,

      COHMON/IRRFOO/Y1,Y2,TE1,IE2.TH1.TH2.TH3,TH4,TH5,TH6,FP,FS,
     8       ULEAFY.UPROD.UCHILK.UGHILK^HEAI.UUAl.UAIR,
     i       QFC,QFG.TFl.IF2.TS.CLl<40):CL2(40),CPI(40),CP2(40)f
     I       CCMI1(46),CCMI2UO).CGMI1(40).CGMI2(40),
     &       CMEAT(40).COL1(40),COL2(40).COP1(40).COP2(40),
     4       COCMI1(40),COCMI2(40).COGMI1(40),COGHI2(40),
     S       COMEAT<40)'QING(40),QlNH(40).POPr
     S       CSP(40).CSPT(40).CSPO(40),CSPOT(40)
      COMHON/FUNC/XAHBUE.TA.TW.FI.PP.UIRAIE,
     S            QCU,QGU,QBU,ABSH.P14
      COMMON/EVAP/PPN.PHID,P,XIRR,S(12),T(12),TD(12)rXINFL,SINFL,
     $       SHASS UhASS UDEEP
      COMMON/CNlRL>NONCLi.MAXYR,TITLE(20).LOCATE(12).NYRl,NYR2,
     I       PCI1.PCT2.LEAOPT,IOPVWV.IOPSAT,IPRT1.IPRT2.IDELT.IXTS,
     8       IRRESl.IRfiES2.LIND,IAVGl.IAVG2!RR,FIHECH,lNTYR(4).         RAE1085
     S       WWATL.HWATA.UHATH.SUATL^WATA^WArHjIVAp'lBSMT
      NEXYR=IAVG2-IAVG1+1
      DECA=DECAY(I)/8260.
      XAMBEF=DECA+XAMBWE
      IERhl=DERATE(I)ARA(I)ATVA(1.0-EXP(-XAMBEFATE))/(YAXAMBEF)
      CSP(I)=CSPI(I)/FLOAI(NEXYR)
      TERM2=CSP(I)AB/PP
      CV=(TERhl+TERM2)AEXP(-D£CAATH)
      RETURN
      END
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PERIOD OF TIME FOR WHICH SOIL IS EXPOSED TO THE
CONTAHINATED AIRBORNE MATERIAL
SURFACE DENSITY FOR SOIL
RETENTION FRACTION
CONCENTRATION FRACTION FOR UPTAKE OF RADIONUCLIDE
FROH SOIL BY VEGETATIVE PARTS OF CROPS
CONCENTRATION FRACTION FOR UPTAKE OF RADIONUCLIDE
FROH SOIL BY REPRODUCTIVE PARTS OF CROPS
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OPTIONS FOR SPECIALS RADIONUCLIDES H-3 AND C-14
IOPT = 1 IF H-3 AND C-14 IS NOT INCLUDED IN THIS
IOPT = 2 IF ONLY H-3 IS INCLUDED
IOPI = 3 If ONLY C-14 IS INCLUDED
10PI = 4 IF BOTH ARE INCLUDED
AG PRODUCTIVITY FOR GRASS CONSUHED BY ANIMALS
AG PRODUCTIVITY FOR VEGETATION CONSUMED BY HAN
TIME PASTURE GRASS EXPOSED DURING GROWING SEASON
TIHE CROP/VEG EXPOSED DURING GROWING SEASON
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PERIOD DELAY BETWEEN HARVEST OF PRODUCE AND
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AHOUNT OF FEED CONSUHED BY CATTLE
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IF2   = TRANSPORT TIME OF RADIONUCLIDE FROM
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FF    = FRACTION OF THE ANIMAL'S DAILY INTAKE OF
        RADIONUCLIDE WHICH APPEARS IN EACH KG Of FLESH
IS    = TIME FROM SLAUGHTER OF MEAT 10 CONSUMPTION
ABSH  = ABSOLUTE HUMIDITY OF THE ATMOSPHERE
P14   = FRACTIONAL EQUILIBRIUM RATIO FOR C-14
INTERMEDIATE VARIABLES
XAHBEF= EFFECTIVE DECAY CONSTANT
CPAST = NUCLIDE CONC IN PASTURE GRASS CONSUMED BY ANIMALS
CSTO  = NUCLIDE CONC IN STORED FEED CONSUMED BY ANIMALS
CFEED = RADIONUCLIDE CONCENTRATION IN ANIMALS'S FEED
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CL1   = RADIONUCLIDE
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CP1   = RADIONUCLIDE
        FOR M.I.E.
CP2   = KAD10NUCLIDE
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CCMI1 = RADIONUCLIDE
CCMI2 = RADIONUCLIDE
CGMI1 = RADIONUCLIDE
CGMI2 = RADIONUCLIDE
CHEAT = RADIONUCLIDE
CONC IN LEAFY VEG CONSUMED BY MAN

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CONC IN COW'S MILK FOR M.I.E.
CONC IN COW'S MILK FOR G.P.E.
CONC IN GOAT'S MILK FOR M.I.E.
CONC IN GOAX'S MILK FOR G.P.E.
CONC IN BEEF CATTLE'S MEAT
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      DOUBLE PRECISION NUCLID.H3.C14
      COMMON/NUC/NUCLID(40),AfMA§S<40).TRAM<40>.SOAM(40).ATAM(40),
     &       AQAH<40,1000),STAM<40),POLO(40),POLB(40>.CS(40).CU<40>.
     X       SSTREM<40),SDEEP<40).AIRCON<40),YSO(40),SOAVG<40),CON<40).
     &       AQCON(40),STCON(40),ATCON(40).AQAVG(40).STAVG(40).DETW(40>. ISINEWL
     &       ATAVG(40) FMC<40> .FMG(40) ,DECAY<40) ,XKDU. 40) ,SOL(40).
     &       FF<40>,RA(40>,RU<40),BV<40).BR<40),DERATE(40>,CUAT(40)
      COMMON/IRRFOO/Yl.Y2,TEl.TE2,IHl.IH2fTH3fTH4.TH5.IH6,EP,FS,
     &       ULEAFY,UPROD,UCMILK.UGMILK,UMEAT.UWAT.UAIR,
     *       QFC,QFG.IFl,TF2.TS.CLl<40).CL2<40>,CPl<40)fCP2<40),
     S       CCMI1(46)ICCMI2UO).CGMI1(40),CGMI2(40),
     I       CMEAI<40).COL1(40).COL2(40).COP1<40).COP2<40),
     J       COCMIl(40),COCMI2(40),COGMIl(40)rCOGHI2(40),
     &       COMEAT(40),QING(40).QINH(40).POP,
     i       CSP(40),CSPT(40),CSPO(40),CSPOT(40)
      COMMON/LAND/RAINF,ERODF,STPLNG.COVER,CONTRL.SEDELR, SOILOS.
     &       PORS.BDEIfS, DUET, EXTENT, ADEPTH,PDf RUNOFF, RESAT,
     &       INSITE
      COMMON/EVAP/PPN.PHID,P,XIRRfS(12),T<12),TD<12),XINFL,SINFL.
     X       SMASS,HMASSfWDEEP
      COMMON/EUNC/XAMBWE.TA.TW.FI.PP.WIRATE.
     &            QCU.QG& Q&W,ABSH,Pl4
      COMMON/PCM/SOCON(40)
      DATA H3.C14/8HH-3     .8HC-14    /
      IF(NUCLID(NN) .EQ.  H3)  GO TO 200
      IF(NUCLID(NN) .EQ.  C14) GO TO 300
      DECA=DECAY(NN)/8760.
      DECSL=bINFL/(0.15A
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C      CALCULATION OF CPAST= RADIONUCLIDE CONCENTRATION IN PASTURE GRASS
C                            CONSUMED BY ANIMALS
      B=0.243ABV(NN)                                                    RAE018G
      TERH2=CSP(NN)AB/PP                                                RAE0186
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      CP1(NN)=CV3
      CP2(NN)=CV3
      CCHIHNN)=FMC,CS(40).CM(46).
     S       SSTREM(40).SDEEP(40).AIRCON(40),YSO(40),SOAVG(46),CON(40),
     &       AQCON(40),STCON(40).ATCON(40) ,AQAVG(40) ,STAVG(40> .DETW(40) ,  ISINEUL
     8       ATAVG(40).FHC(40),FMG(40).DECAY(40).XKD(4.40),SOL(40),
     S       FF(40).RA(40).RU(40),BV(40).BR(40),DERATEUO)|CWAT(405
      COHHON/FUNC/XAMBWE.TA.TU.FI.PP.WIRATE,
     &            QCU.QGW,Q&U,rtBsATPl4
      DECA=DECAY(I)/8760.
      XAHBEF=DECA+XAMBWE
      TERH1=DERATE(I)ARA(I)ATVA(1.0-EXP(-XAMBEFATE))/(YAXAMBEF)
      CVA=(TERhl+TERH2)AEXP(-DECAATH)
      RETURN           i
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  INPUT VARIABLES
  NN     = RADIONUCLIDE NUMBER
  ULEAFY = ANNUAL INTAKE OF LEAFY VEGETABLES (KG/Y)
  UPROD  = ANNUAL INTAKE OF PRODUCE (KG/Y)
  UCH1LK = ANNUAL INTAKE OF COW'S HILK(L/Y)
  UGMILK = ANNUAL INTAKE OF GOAT'S HILK(L/Y)
  UMEAT  = ANNUAL INTAKE OF BEEF CATTLE'S MEAKKG/Y)
  UWAT   = ANNUAL INTAKE OF DRINKING WATER(LXY)
  UAIR   = ANNUAL INHALATION RATE OF AIR(M3/Y)

  OUTPUT VARIABLES
  Q1NG   = ANNUAL INTAKE OF RADIONUCLIDE BY INGEST10N OF CONTAMINED
           FOOD CONSIDERING ATMOSPHERIC AND AQUATIC PATHWAYS(PCI/Y)
  QINH   = ANNUAL INTAKE OF RADIONUCLIDE BY INHALATION(PCI/Y)

 DOUBLE PRECISION NUCLID,PNUC
 COMMON/IRRtOO/Yl.Y2,TEl,TE2.IHl.TH2.TH3,TH4.TH5,THG,FP,FS,
i       ULEAFY.UPROD.UCMILK.UGMILK,UHEAT.UHAI.UAIR,
i       QFC,QF,CCMI2(40>.CGMn(40>.CGMI2(40).
g       CMEAI(40).COL1(40).COL2(40)IC6P1<40).COP2(40).
&       COCMI1<40),COCMI2<40),COGHI1(40>,COGHI2(40>,
&       COMEAT<40).QING<40).QINH<40).POP,
I       CSP(40).CSPT<40>,CSPO<40>,CSPOI(40)
 COMMON/NUC/NUCLID(40),ATMASS(40).TRAH(40).SOAM<40).ATAM<40).
t       AQAM(40.1000).STAM(40),POLO(40).POLB(40)1CS(40).CW<46)I
I       SSTREM(40)1SDEEP<40)fAIRCON(40)!YSO(40).SOAVG(46).CON(40).
&       AQCON(40)fSICON(40),ATCON(40).AQAVG(40),STAVG(40)  DETW(40), ISINEUL
i       ATAVG(40).FMC(40).FHG(40).DECAY(40).XKD(4.40)fSOL(40).
&       FF(40).RAUO)fRU(40).BV(40).BR(40),DERATEUO)  CWAK40)
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  INPUT VARIABLES
  NN     = RADIONUCLIOE NUMBER
  ULEAFY = ANNUAL INTAKE OF LEAFY VEGETABLES (KG/Y)

  UPROD  = ANNUAL INTAKE OF PRODUCE (KG/Y)
  UCMILK = ANNUAL INTAKE OF COW'S MILK(L/Y)
  UGMILK = ANNUAL INTAKE OF GOAT'S MILK(L/Y)
  UMEAT  = ANNUAL INTAKE OF BEEF CATTLE'S MEAKKG/Y)
  UWAT   = ANNUAL INTAKE OF DRINKING WAIER(L/Y)
  UAIR   = ANNUAL INHALATION RATE OF AIR(M3/Y)


  OUTPUT VARIABLES
  KING   = ANNUAL INTAKE OF RADIONUCLIDE BY 1NGESTION OF CONTAMINED
           FOOD CONSIDERING ATMOSPHERIC AND AQUATIC PATHUAYS(PCI/Y)
  QINH   = ANNUAL INTAKE OF RADIONUCLIDE BY INHALATION(PCI/Y)


 DOUBLE PRECISION NUCL1D,PNUC
 COMMON/IRRFOO/Yl.Y2,TEl,IE2,IHl.IH2.TH3fTH4,TH5,TH6,FP,FS,

&       ULEAFY,UPROD,UCMILK.UGMILK,UMEAT.UUAI.UAIR,

g       QFC.QFG.TF1.TF2.TS.CL1(40).CL2(40).CP1(40),CP2(40),
g       CCHI1(46)FCCMI2UO).CGMI1(40),CGMI2(40),

g       CMEAl(40).COLK40)rCOL2(40).COPl(40),COP2(40),

g       COCMI1(40),COCMI2(40).COGMI1(40),COGMI2(40),
g       COMEAI(40).QING(40).QINH(40).POP.
&       CSP(40).CSPT(40),CSPO(40>,CSPOT<40>
 COMMON/NUC/NUCLIB(40),AIMASS(40).TRAM<40).SOAM(40).ATAM<40),
i       AQAM(40.1000)1STAM(40),POLO(40)>POLB(40).CS(40).CW(40).
g       SSIREM(40),SDEEP(40).AIRCON(40),YSO(40)ISOAVG(40).CON(40).
J       AQCON(40)fSTCON(40),ATCON(40).AQAVG(40).STAMG(40).DETW(40), ISINEUL
g       ATAVG(40),FMC(40),EMG(40),DECAY(40).XKD(4.40).SOL(40).

8       FF(40).RA(40),RW(40).BV(40),BR(40).DERATE(40),CWAT(40)
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 QVEG=(CL2(NN)+COL2(NN))AULEAFY+(CP2(NN)+COP2(NN))AUPROD

 QMILK=(CCMI2(NN)JCOCHI2+COGMI2(NN»AUGMILK
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 GVEG=(CL1(NN)+COL1(NN))AULEAFY+(CP1(NN)+COP1(NN))AUPROD

 QMILK=(CCMI1(NN)+COCMI1(NN))AUCMILK+(CGMI1(NN)+COGMI1(NN))AUGMILK
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C INFILRATION THROUGH THE TRENCH CAP FOR A SINGLE YEAR AND
C RETURNS THAT VALUE TO THE MAIN PROGRAM.  THE ORIGINAL MODEL AND
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      COMMON /BLOCK1/R(25),EP(25),H(25),QL(25),YP(25).YG(25),ETO(25),
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      COMMON /BLOCK2/HT(4),YPT<4).YGT(4)
      COMMON /BLOCK3/RI.EPT.YPTE,XKL,ETOTfQLT.XL.VGT.VPT,DELT,ETST,EPSP,
     1YIGPP.HUPMAX,VPMAX,HUGMAX,VGMAX,YPMAX,XNS,UYMAX,XKI,I,XIT,
     2EPSG.YTGPG.YGMAX.XDE.XKE
      DIMENSION HODAY<12),THP(12,31),DTH<12)
      DATA IAMP/99/,MODAY/31,28,31,30,31,30,31,31,30,31,30,317
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      READ(4.1010)TUI,SLOP.XKI,EPSG,EPSP.YGMAX.XDE,XKE,YPI,YGI
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      YP(1)=YPI
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      DO 100 IM=1.12
      NODAY=MODAY(IM)
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      XKL=SGRHSLOP)A3600./0.05
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      GO TO 40
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      IF(SM .LT. HSNU)  GO TO 30
      SH=HSNU
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      CALL ROUT
      TEP=IEP+(ETS( IHEIO< I) )ADELT
      TP=TP+P(IM,ID,I)ABELT
      IXI=IXHX1(I)ADELT
      TRO=IRO+QL(I>ADELI
      ETSO=ETS(I)+ETO(I)
      11=1-1
      HR=HR+1.
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      YG(1)=YG(25)
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   81 FORMAI YP(25>,YG(25>.HSNU
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     C       7X 'DEFICIT'/,5X,50('-')/,4X,3(1PE11.2)/)
      PER1XI=IXI-1XIL
      URII£(6.82) PERTXI
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      IF(PERIXI.LE.PER.AND.IY.NE.l) RETURN
      TXIL=TXI
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     C        .1PE11.2.////)
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     1 2Xf'MONTH=   JAN    FEB    MAR    APR    MAY    JUN    JUL    AUG
     2     SEP     OCI     NOV     DEC'/,3X,'DAY'/)
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     115X,'THICKNESS OF TRENCH COVER =',F10.2,' M'/.
     215X:'TOTAL WIDTH OF TRENCH COVER =',F10.2,'  M7/,
     315X.'AVERAGE SLOPE OF TRENCH COVER =',F10.2.' M/MV,
     415X.'PERMEABLITY OF TRENCH CAP =' E12.3,'M/HR')
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     115X,'POROSITY FOR GRAVITY WATER =',F10.2['(UNIILESS)'/,
     215X,'EQUIVALENT UPWARD DIFFUSIVITY =' E12.2,' MAA2/HR',/,
     315X 'EQUIVALENT UPWARD HYDRAULIC CONDUCTIVITY =',E12.2,' M/HR',/
     415X 'TIME STEP FOR MODEL ='. E10.2.' HOURS'/)
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     1 8X,'PRECIP',6X.'EVAPJ,6X,'RUNOFF',6X,'INEIL',/,5X,50('-')/,
     2 4X.4(1PE11.2)/)
      RETURN
      END
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      SUBROUTINE ROUT
      COMMON /HLOCKl/R(2b),EP(2b),H(25).QL(25),YP(25),YG(25).ETO(25),
     1 ETS(25)1VP(25).VG(25).YTP(25).YTG(25)lXI(25)fP(12,31f55)
      COMMON /6LOCK2/HK4),YPT<4).YGI<4)
      COMMON /BLOCK3/RT.EPT.YPTE,XKL,ETOT.QLT.XL.VGT.VPT,DELT.ETSI,EPSP,
     lYTGPP,HUPMAX.VPMAX.HUGMAX,VGMAXFYPMAX,XNSrUYMAX,XKI,I,XII,
     2EPSG.YTGPG,YGMAX,XDEfXKE
      RT=R(I)
      EPT=EP(I)
      CALL SOIL
      IF(H10T .EQ. 0.0) GO TO 300
      HT(1) = H(I-l)
      DO 200 J=1.4
      QLt=XKLAHfU>AAl.&&7
      HT(J) = (RI-EI01--E1SI-QLI/XL-VPT-VGT)ADELT + H(I-l)
      IF(HKJ) .LI. 0.0) HI(J)=0.
      IE<3 .GE. 3) GO 10 100
      HT(J+1) = (H1(J) * H(I-1»A0.5
      GO TO 200
  100 IEU .EQ. 3) HKJ+1) = HI(J)
  200 CONTINUE
      H(I)=(H1(1)+2.0A(H1(2)+H1(3)) + Ht(4))/6.0
      QL(I)=(R(I)-EIOI-VG1-VPT-(H(I)-H(I-1))/DELT)
      GO 10 400
  300 H(I)=0.
      QL(I)=0.
  400 YP(I)=YP(I-1)+(ETSI-VPI)ADELI/EPSP
      YG(I)=YG(I-1)+(XIT-VGT)ADELT/EPSG
      ETO(I) = ETOT
      EIS(I)=ETST
      XI(1)=XIT
      VP(I)=VPI
      VG(I)=VGT
      RETURN
      END
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      SUBROUTINE SOIL
      COMMON /BLOCK1/R(25).EP(25),H(25).QL(25).YP(25).YG(25).ETO(25),
     1 ETS(25).VP(25),VG(25),YTP(25).YTG(25),XI(25),P(12.31.25)
      COMMON /BLOCK2/HT<4),YPT(4).YGT(4)
      COMMON /BLOCK3/RT.EPT.YPTE,XKL,ETOT.QLT,XL.VGT.VPT,D£LT.EXST.EPSP,
      Lit 
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      VGT=VGMAX-VPI
      IFdGHW .LT. VGI) VGI=TGHW/DELT
      YGTT= VGIADELT/EPSG
      IF(YGIT .GT. YG(I-D) VGI = YG(1-1)AEPSG/DELI
      IF(YGTT .GT. YG(I-l)) YGTI=VGTADELT/EPSG
      GO 10 150
  100 ETOT=TSWE/DELT+EPT
      IF(EIOT .LT.O.) E10T=0.
      EPSPG=EPSP+EPSG
      EPIE=EPT-tlOT
      IF(YP(I-1).EQ.O.) GO TO 110
      ETSTU=(XDEAEPSP/YP(I-1))-XKE
      IF(ETSTU.GT.EPIE) EISTW=EPTE
      GO TO 120
  110 EISTW=EPTE
  120 EISIV=EPTE//(0.66AEPSPG)))
      IF(ETSTV.G£.ETSTU> ETST=EISTV
      IF(ETSTW.GE.ETSIV) ETST=ETSTU
      VPI=0.
      VGT=0.
  150 IF
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   IOPT  = OPTIONS FOR SPECIAL RADIONUCLIDE H-3
          IOPI = 1 IE H-3 IS NOT INCLUDED IN THIS RUN

          IOPT = 2 IF H-3 IS INCLUDED

   Yl    = AG PRODUCTIVITY FOR GRASS CONSUMED BY ANIMALS      KG/MAA2

   Y2    = AG PRODUCTIVITY FOR VEGETATION CONSUMED BY MAN     KG/MAA2
   TE1   = TIME PASTURE GRASS EXPOSED DURING GROWING SEASON   H
   TE2   = TIME CROP/VEG EXPOSED DURING GROWING SEASON        H

   TH1   = PERIOD DELAY BETWEEN HARVEST OF PASTURE GRASS

          AND INGESTION BY ANIMALS                           H

   TH2   = PERIOD DELAY BETWEEN HARVEST OF STORED FEED
          AND INGESTION BY ANIMAL                            H
   IH3   = PERIOD DELAY BETWEEN HARVEST OF LEAFY VEGETABLE

          AND INGESTION BY HAN FOR M.I.E.                    H
   1H4   = PERIOD DELAY BETWEEN HARVEST OF PRODUCE AND
          INGESTION BY MAN FOR H.I.E.                        H
   TH5   = PERIOD DELAY BETWEEN HARVEST OF LEAFY VEG
          AND INGESTION BY MAN FOR G.P.E.                    H

   1H6   = PERIOD DELAY BETWEEN HARVEST OF PRODUCE
   TH5   = PERIOD DELAY BETWEEN HARVEST OF LEAFY VEG

   FP    = FRACTION OF YEAR THAT ANIMAL GRAZE ON PASTURE

   FS    = FRACTION OF DAILY FEED THAT IS FRESH GRASS WHEN
          ANIMALS GRAZE ON PASTURE
   FMC   = FRACTION OF THE COW'S DAILY INTAKE OF
          RADIONUCLIDE WHICH APPEARS IN EACH L OF MILK       D/L
   FMG   = FRACTION OF THE GOAT'S DAILY INTAKE OF

          RADIONUCLIDE WHICH APPEARS IN EACH L OF MILK       D/L
   QFC   = AMOUNT OF FEED CONSUMED BY CATTLE                  KG/D
   QFG   = AMOUNT OF FEED CONSUMED BY GOATS                   KG/D
   TF1   = TRANSPORT TIME OF RADIONUCLIDE FROM

          FEED-MILK-RECEPl'OR FOR M.I.E.                      H
   TF2   = TRANSPORT TIME OF RADIONUCLIDE FROM
          EEED-MILK-RECEPTOR FOR G.P.E.                      H
   FF    = FRACTION OF THE ANIMAL'S DAILY INTAKE OF
          RADIONUCLIDE WHICH APPEARS IN EACH KG OF FLESH     D/KG
   TS    = TIME FROM SLAUGHTER OF MEAT TO CONSUMPTION         H
   QCW   = AMOUNT OF WATER CONSUMED BY COW                    L/D

   QGW   = AMOUNT OF HATER CONSUMED BY GOAT                   L/D
   QBW   = AMOUNT Of WATER CONSUMED BY BEEF CATTLE            L/D


INTERMEDIATE VARIABLES


   XAMBEF= EFFECTIVE DECAY CONSTANT

  COPAST= RADIONUCLIDE CONCENTRATION IN PASTURE GRASS CONSUMED BY A

  COPAST= RADIONUCLIDE CONCENTRATION IN STORED  FEED CONSUMED BY ANI
  COFEED= RADIONUCLIDE CONCENTRATION IN ANIMALS'S FEED
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                                     A-44

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      DOUBLE PRECISION NUCLIO,H3.C14
      COMMON/CNTRL/NONCLB.MAXYR,TITLE(20).LOCATE<12),NYR1.NYR2,
     *       PCT1.PCT2.LEAOPT.IOPVWV.IOPSAT,IPRT1.IPRT2 .IDELT.IXIS,
     J       IRRESl.IRRES2.LIN[i,IAVGl.IAVG2,RR,FTI1ECH,INTYR(4),         RAE1085
     S       WWATL,&WATA.U&AIH,SWATL.SWATA,SWATH.IVAP.IBSMT
      COMMON/NUC/NUCLIB(40),ATMASS<46).TRAM(40>.SOAM<40>,ATAM(40),
     &       AQAM(40.1000>,STAM(40>,POLO<40>,POLB(40),CS(40).CW<4&).
     &       SSTREM<40),SDEEP<40).AIRCON(40),YSO<40)fSOAVG(46),CON(40>.
     S       AQCON(40),STCON(40).ATCON(40).AQAVG(40).STAVG(40).BETU<40),  ISINEUL
     S       ATAVG<40).FMC<40),FHG(40>.DECAY<40).XKD(4.40),SOL(40).
     *       FF(40>,RA(40),RW(40),BV(40).BR(40),DERAIE(40),CUAI(40)
      COHMON/IRRFOO/Y1,Y2,TE1,TE2.TH1.TH2.TH3,TH4,TH5,TH6,FP,FS,
     S       ULEAFY.UPROD,UCHILK,OGMILK,UHEAT.UWAT.UAIR,
     S       QFC,QFG.IF1,TF2,TS.CL1(40).CL2(40),CP1<40),CP2(40),
     S       CCMI1(40),CCMI2(40).CGMI1(40).CGMI2(40).
     S       CMEAI(40).COL1(40).COL2(40).COP1(40).COP2(40),
     &       COCMII (40),COCMI2(40),COGMIl(40)fC06H12(40),
     S       COMEAT(40),QING(40).QINH(40),POP,
     &       CSP(40).CSPI(40),CSPO(40),CSPOT(40)
      COMHON/FUNC/XAHBUE.TA.TW.FI.PP.UIRATE,
     &            QCUyQGU,QBU.ABSH.P14
      DATA H3.C14/8HH-3     ,8HC-14    /
      DECA=DECAY(NN)/8760.
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      IF(NUCLID(NN) .EQ. H3)GO TO 200
      IF(NUCLID(NN) .EQ. C14) GO TO 300
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C                            CONSUMED BY ANIMALS
      B=0.243ABU(NN)                                                    RAE0186
      COPASX=COV
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      COCHI2(NN)=FMCAEXP(-BECAATS)
      RETURN

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CAAA  TRITIUM CONC. IN WATER = CWAT(l)
CAAA  CALCULATION OF H-3 CONCENTRATION IN VEGETATION, MILK,
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      COL2(NN)=CUAt(NN)
      COP1(NN)=CWAT(NN)
      COP2(NN)=CWA1(NN)
      CUAT(NN)= WMA1AAAQAVG
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      I        SSTREM(40)rSDEEP<40).AlRCON<40),YSO(40)fSOAVG<46)fCON<40>.
      i        AQCON<40),£TCON(40>fATCON<40>.AQAVG<40>.STAVG(40>.DETW<40>,  ISINEWL
      3        ATAVG(40).FMC(40).FMG<40).DECAY<40).XKD<4,40)rSOL<40).
      &        FF<40).RA<40>.RW(40).BV(40>,BR(40>,DERATE(40),CWAT(40)
      COMMON/LANB/RAINF,ERODF.STPLNG.COVER,CONIRL.SEDELR.SOILOS,
      &        PORS.BDENS.DWET,EXTENTFADEPTH,PD,RUNOFF,RESAT,
      8        INSlfE
      COMMON/IRRFOO/Y1.Y2,TE1,TE2.TH1.TH2.TH3,TH4,TH5,TH6,FP,FS,
      I        ULEAFY,UPROD,UCMILK.[IGMILK,UMEA.r.UUAT.UAlR,
      I        QFC,QFG.TFl,IF2.TS.CLl(40)fCL2(40),CPl(40),CP2(40),
      J        CCMI1(46),CCMI2(40).CGMI1(40).CGMI2(40),
      2        CHEA1(40).COL1(40).COL2(40).COP1(40).COP2(40),
      S        COCMI1(40),COCMI2(40).COGMI1(40).COGHI2(40),
      S        COMEAT(40),QING(40).QINH(40).POP,
      &        CSP(40).CSPT(40),CSPO(40).CSPOT(40)
      COMMON/FUNC/XAHBUE.TA.TU.FI.PP.WIRATE,
      i            QCU,QGhl.Q§U,ABSH.P14
      COHMON/EVAP/PPN.PHlD.P,XIRRrS(12),I<12),TD(12),XINFLfSINFL,
      $        SHASS,HMASS.UDEEP
      COMMON/CNTRL/NONCLD.MAXYR.IITLE(20),LOCATE(12).NYR1.NYR2,
      i        PCT1.PCT2.LEAOPT. IOPVUV. IOPSAT, IPRT1. IPRT2. iflELT. IXTS,
      X        IRRESl.IRRES2.LIND,IAVGl,IAVG2,RR,FTI:IECHf INTYR(4),         RAE1085
      I        UWATL,UUATA.WUATH,SUATL,SWArA,SI.JATH, IVAP  IBSHT
      NEXYR=IAVG2-IAVGH-1
      DECA=DECAY(I)/8760.
      XAMBEF=DECA+XAMBUE
      TERM1=HIRAIEACUAT(I)ATVARH(I)A(1.0-EXP(-XAMBEFATE))/(YAXAMBEF)
      CSPO( I)=CSPOI(I)/FLOAX(NEXYR)
      TERM2=CSPO(I)AB/PP
      COV=(TERM1+TERM2)AEXP(-DECAATH)
      RETURN
      END
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      SUBROUTINE  IRRIGA(NN)
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C      CONSUMED BY MAN RESULTING FROM WATER  IRRIGATION.  CALLED BY MAIN.
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C      NN      NUCLIDE DUMBER
C      DECAY = RADIOACTIVE DECAY CONSTANTE                       1/Y
C      XAMBUE = WEATHER DECAY CUNSTANTE                          1/H
C      IW      PERIOD OF TIME FOR WHICH SOIL IS EXPOSED TO THE
C              CONTAMINATED WATER                                H
C      PP      SURFACE DENSITY FOR SOIL                          KG/MAA2
C      RW      RETENTION FRACTION
C      BV      CONCENTRATION FRACTION FOR UPTAKE OF RADIONUCLIDE
C              FROM SOIL BY VEGETATIVE PARTS OF CROPS
C      BR      CONCENTRATION FRACTION FOR UPTAKE OF RADIONUCLIDE
C              FROM SOIL BY REPRODUCTIVE PARTS OF  CROPS
                                     A-47

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 TIME PASTURE GRASS EXPOSED DURING GROWING SEASON

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 INGESTION BY MAN FOR H.I.E.

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 FRACTION OF YEAR THAT ANIMAL GRAZE ON PASTURE
 FRACTION OF DAILY FEED THAT IS FRESH GRASS WHEN

 ANIMALS GRAZE ON PASTURE
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 RADIONUCLIDE WHICH APPEARS IN EACH L OF MILK
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 TIME FROM SLAUGHTER OF MEAT TO CONSUMPTION
 AMOUNT OF WATER CONSUMED BY COW
 AMOUNT OF HATER CONSUMED BY GOAT

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  XAMBEF= EFFECTIVE DECAY CONSTANT

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  COPAST= RADIONUCLIDE CONCENTRATION IN STORED FEED CONSUMED BY ANI
  COFEED= RADIONUCLIQE CONCENTRATION IN ANIMALS'S FEED


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  COL1  = RADIONUCLIDE CONC IN LEAFY VEG CONSUMED BY MAN

          FOR M.I.E.                                        PCI/KG
  COL2  = RADIONUCLIDE CONC IN LEAFY VEG CONSUMED BY MAN

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      DOUBLE PRECISION NUCLID,H3,C14
      COMMON/CNTRL/NONCLD.MAXYR,TITLE*20).LOCATE(12).NYR1,NYR2,
     &       PCI1.PCT2.LEAOPT,IOPVUV.IOPSAT,IPRT1.IP&T2.IDELT.IXIS,
     S       IRRESl.IRRES2.LIND,IAVGl.IAVG2lRR,FTMECHFlNTYR(4),         RAE1085
     &       UUATL.WUATA.WHATH.SWATL.SWATA.SWAIH.IVAP,IBSMT
      COMMON/NUC/NOCLID(40),ATMASS(46).TRAH(40).SOAM(40).ATAM(40)I
     I       AQAM(40.1000),STAM<40>,POLO(40),POLB(40),CSUO).CW<40).
     I       SSTREM<40),SDEEP(40).AIRCON<40),YSO<40)fSOAVG<40),CON<40),
     4       AQCON<40),STCON(40>,ATCON<40).AQAVG(40>.STAVG<40).DETU<40),  ISINEUL
     I       ATAVG<40) FMC(40),FMG(40),DECAY<40),XKD(4.40)fSOL(40).
     &       FF(40)rRAUO),RU(40),BV(40),BR(40).DERATE(40),CWAT(40)
      COMMON/IRRFOO/Yl.Y2fTEl,IE2.THl.TH2.TH3fTH4,TH5,TH6,FP,FS.
     4       ULEAFY,UPROD,UCMILK.UGMILK,UHEAT.UUAT.UAIR.
     i       QFC,QFG.TF1,TF2,TS.CL1(40),CL2(40),CP1(40),CP2(40)I
     &       CCMIl(40)fCCMI2(40),CGMIl(40),CGMI2(40),
     i       CMEAT(40).COL1(40).COL2(40).COP1(40).COP2(40),
     X       COCMIl(40JfCOCMI2<40>,COGMlI(40),COGMI2(40>,
     i       COMEAT(40)'QING(40),QINH(40),POP.
     &       CSP(40),CSPT(40),CSPO(40),CSPOT(40)
      COMMON/LAND/RAINF,ERODF.STPLNG.COVER,CONTRL.SEDELR.SOILOS.
     i       PORS,BDENS,DWEI,EXTENT,ADEPIH,PD,RUNOFF,RESAT,

      COMMON/EVAP/PPN.PHID.P,XIRR,S<12),T(12),TD<12)fXINFL,SINFL,
     &       SMASS.UMASS,UDEEP
      COMMON/EUNC/XAMBWE.TA.TU.FI.PP.WIRATE,
     &            QCU.QGU.QBU,ABSH,P14
      COMMON/PCV/SOCON(40J
      DATA H3,C14/8HH-3     ,8HC-14    /

      IF(NUCLID(NN) .EQ. H3)GO TO 200
      IF(NUCLID(NN) .EQ. C14) GO TO 300
      DECA=DECAY(NN)/8760.
      DECSL=SINFL/(0.15A(1.+BDENS/PORSAXKD(1.NN)))/8760.
      CSPO(NN)=(CSPO(NN)+CWAT(NN)AWIRATEA8766.AFI)AEXP(-(DECA+DECSL)
     8         A8760.)
      B=0.243ABV(NN)                                                    RAE0186
      TERM2=CSPO(NN)AB/PP                                               RAE0186
C      CALCULATION OF COPAST=RADIONUCLIDE CONCENTRATION IN PASTURE GRASS
C                            CONSUMED BY ANIMALS
      COPAST=COVA(NN,Y1,1E1,TH1,TERM2.1.)
C     CALCULATION OF COSTO = RADIONUCLIDE CONCENTRATION IN STORED  FEED
C                            CONSUMED BY ANIMALS
       B=0.68A(0.378ABR(NN)+0.622ABV(NN»                               RAE0186
       IERM2=CSPO(NN)AB4PP                                              RAE0186
      COSTO=COVA(NN.Y1.TE1.TH2,IERM2.0.1>
C     CALCULATION OF COEEEI) = RADIONUCLIDE CONCENTRATION IN ANIMAL FEED
      COFEED=FPAFSACOPAST+(1.0-FPAFS>ACOSTO
C
CAAA   CALCULATION OF COPLX = RADIONUCLIDE CONCENTRATION IN LEAFY
C      VEGETABLE CONSUMED BY MAN
      B=0.066ABV(NN)                                                    RAE0186
      TERM2=CSPO(NN)AB/PP                                               RAE0186
CAAA   ]. FOR  MAXIMUM INDIVIDUAL EXPOSURE
      COL1(NN)=COVA(NN,Y2,TE2,TH3,TERM2,1.)
C
CAAA   2. FOR GENERAL POPULATION EXPOSURE
                                     A-49

-------
      COL2(NN>=COVAAB/PP                                               RAE018G
      COPHNN)=COVA(NN,Y2,TE2,TH4,TERM2,0.1)
C
C
CAAA 2. FOR GENERAL POPULATION
      COP2(NN)=COVA(NN.Y2,TE2.TH6.TERM2,0.1)
      CUAT(NN)= WWATAAAQCON
C
CAAA   2. FOR GENERAL POPULATION
      COCMI2(NN)=FMC(NN)A(COFEEDAQFC+CWAT(NN)AQCU)AEXP(-DECAATF2)
C
CAAA   CALCULATION OF COGMIX = RADIONUCLIDE CONCENTRATION IN GOAT'S MILK
CAAA   1. FOR MAXIMUM INDIVIDUAL EXPOSURE
      COGM11(NN)=FMG(NN)A(COE'EEDAQFG+CWAT
      RETURN
C
CAAA  CALCULATION FOR SPECIAL RADIONUCLIDE: TRITIUM
CAAA  TRITIUM CONC. IN VEGETATION = TRITIUM CONC.  IN ANIMAL FEED =
CAAA  TRITIUM CONC. IN WATER = CUAT(l)
CAAA  CALCULATION OF H-3 CONCENTRATION  IN VEGETATION. MILK,
CAAA  AND MEAT CONSUMED BY MAN
  200 COL1(NN)=CWAT(NN)
      COL2(NN)=CUAT(NN)
      COP1(NN)=CWAT(NN)
      COP2(NN)=CWAT(NN)
      CWA1(NN)= WWATAAAQCON(NN)+SWATAASTCON(NN)
      COCMI1(NN)=FMC(NN)ACWAT(NN)A(QFC+QCW)
      COCMI2(NN)=COCMI1(NN)
      COGMI1(NN)=FMG(NN)ACWAT(NN)A(QFG+QGW)
      COGMI2(NN)=COGMI1(NN)
      COMEAT(NN)=FF(NN)ACUAT(NN)A(QFC+QCW)
      RETURN
  300 C014=0.        »
      COL1(NN)=C014
      COL2(NN)=C014
      COP1(NN)=C014
      COP2(NN)=C014
      CWAI(NN)= WWATAAAQCON(NN)+SUATAASTCON(NN)
      COCMI1(NN)=FMC(NN)AC014A(OFC+QCW)
      COCMI2(NN)=COCMI1(NN)
      COGMI1(NN)=FMG(NN)AC014A(QFG+QGW)
      COGMI2(NN)=COGHI1(NN)
      COMEAT(NN)=FF(NN)AC014A(QFC+QCW)
      RETURN
      END
                                  A-50

-------
c
c
c
      FUNCTION COVA,STAM(40),POLO<40),POLB<40),CS<40>.CU(40).
     &       SSTREM(40),SDEEP<40).AIRCON<40).YSO(40)fSOAVG(40),CON<40).
     i       AQCON(40)>STCON(40),ATCON(40).AQAVGUO) ,STAVG<40> DETW(40), ISINEUL
     &       ATAVG<40) FMC<40).FfiG(40),DECAY<40).XKDJ4.40),SOL(40).
     I       FF(40>.RA(40).RW(40),BV<40>.BR<40),DERAIEUO>,CWAT(40)
      COMMON/FUNC/XAMBUE.TA.TU.FI.PP.giRjTE,
     t            QCU,QGU,QBU,ABSH,P14
      DECA=DECAY
      RETURN
      END
C
C
C
      SUBROUTINE LEACH(NN,NYEAR,VOLB,VOLO,DMAX,CIOT,CFF,XDECN,
     i TINFL,PERMT)

C
CAAA
CAAA
CAAA
CAAA
CAAA
CAAA THIS SUBROUTINE CALCULATES THE AMOUNT OF EACH RADIONUCLIDE
CAAA THAT LEAVES FROM THE BOTTOM OF THE TRENCH TO THE AQUIFER
CAAA AND THE AMOUNT THAT LEAVES AS A RESULT OF WATER OVERFLOWING THE
CAAA TRENCH.  THIS SUBROUTINE IS CALLED BY MAIN.
CAAA
CAAA THERE ARE FIVE METHODS THAT MAY BE USED TO CALCULATE THESE
CAAA AMOUNTS.   THEY ARE GIVEN BY THE FOLLOWING VALUES OF
CAAA LEAOPT:
CAAA         1 TOTAL CONIACT.CHEMICAL EXCHANGE
CAAA         2 IMMERSED FRACTION, CHEMICAL EXCHANGE
CAAA         3 TOTAL CONTACT, CHEMICAL SOLUBILITY
CAAA         4 IMMERSED FRACTION, CHEMICAL SOLUBILITY
CAAA         5 RELEASE FACTOR
CAAA
C
C   INPUT VARIABLES
C
C      NN       NUCLIDE NUMBER
C      NYEAR  = CURRENT YEAR OF SIMULATION
C      TAREA  = AREA OF TRENCH
C      TDEPTH = DEPTH OF TRENCH
C      PORT   = POROSITY OF TRENCH MATERIAL
C      RELFAC = RELEASE FACTOR
                                    A-51

-------
C      LEAOPT = LEACHING OPTION
C      SOL    = SOLUBILITY OF RADIONUCLIOE  IN TRENCH
C      DENCON = DENSITY OF UASTE
C      VOLO   = VOLUME OF WATER OVERFLOWING TRENCH
C      VOLB   = VOLUME OF UATER LEAVING BOTTOM OF TRENCH
C      NONCLD = NUMBER UF NUCLIBES
C      TRAM   = AMOUNT OF NUCLIDE IN TRENCH
C      OLDUAT = AMOUNT OF WATER IN TRENCH
C      BILFAC = DILUTION FACTOR
C      BMAX   = MAXIMUM WATER DEPTH IN TRENCH
C      XKD    = CHEMICAL EXCHANGE COEFFICIENT
C
C   OUTPUT VARIABLES
C
C      POLB   = AMOUNT OF EACH NUCLIDE LEAVING BOTTOM OF TRENCH
C      POLO   = AMOUNT OF EACH NUCLIDE OVERFLOWING TRENCH
C
C   INTERMEDIATE VARIABLES
C
C      CCWAI  = CONCENTRATION OF NUCLIDE IN WATER
C      FWET   = WETTED OR IMMERSED FRACTION
C      PULOUT = TOTAL AMOUNT Of NUCLIDE LEAVING TRENCH
C
C
      DOUBLE PRECISION NUCLID
      COMMON/CNTRL/NONCLD.MAXYR,TIILE<20).LOCATE(12),NYR1,NYR2,
     S       PCI1.PCT2.LEAOPT.IOPVWV.IOPSAT,IPRI1,IPRT2.IDELI.IXTS,
     g       IRRES1.IRRES2.LIND,IAVG1.IAVG2!RR,FTI1ECH,INTYR(4),
     &       WWATL.ttWATA,WWATH.SWATL.SWATA.SWATH.IVAP.IBSMT
      COHMON/EVAP/PPN.PHID.P,XlRR,S<12)fT(12>,TDU2),XINFL,SINFL,
     i       SMASS.WMASS.WDEEP
      COMMON/TRCH/TAREA.TDEPTH.OVER.PORT.RELFAC,DENCON.OLDWAT.FN
      COMMON/NUC/NUCLID(40).ATMASS(40).TRAM(40).SOAM(40)IATAM(40).
     S       AGAM(40r1000).SIAM<40).POLO(40),POLB<40),CS(40).CW<40>,
     &       SSTREM(40).SDEEP(40).AIRCON(40).YSO(40)fSOAVG(40),CON(40).
     S       AQCON(40),STCON(40>.AICON<40).AQAVG(40)rSTAVG<40),DETW(40).
     S       ATAVG(40).FMC(40)IFMG(40).DECAY(40),XKD(4.40),SOL(40).
     &       FF(40),RA(40),RW(40).BV(4d),BR(40),DERATE(40),CWAT(40)
      DIMENSION CIOT(40>,CINEWI<40)
      DATA LUG/6/
      IE(DMAX.LE.O.)CCWAT=0.
      IF(DMAX.LE.O.)GOTO 600
C—
C— FOR OPTIONS 1  AND 3 ASSUME WETTED FRACTION
C— TO BE TOTAL CONTACT AREA.
C	
      FWET=1.
      TCON=1.
      GO TO <200,100.400,300,500),LEAOPT
      WRITE(LU6.6000)1
 6000 FORMAT*'  ;,'AAA ERROR  AAA -  INVALID  LEACHING PARAMETER')
      RETURN
C	
C	 FOR OPTION 2  USE IMMERSED FRACTION TO COMPUTE WETTED FRACTION.
C	
  100 FHEI=DMAX/TDLPTH
      IF(FWET.GT.1.0)FWET=1.0
      TCON=TINFL/PERHT
      IF (ICON.GI.1.0) TCON  = 1.0
      IE(FWET.GE.1.0)TCON=1.0
                                  A-52

-------
      FWAST=(DMAX-VOLB/(PORTATAREA))/(TDEPIH-OVER)
      IF(FUAST.GT.1.0)FUAST=1.0
      IFTCON=TCONA<1.-FWASI>+FWAST
      IFABENCON»
      IEMP=5.163E11ASOL(NN)ADECAY(NN)/ATMASS(NN)
      IFCCCWAT.GT.TEMP.AND.SOL(NN).NE.O.O)CCWAI=TEMP
      CCUAI=CCUAIACFF
      GO TO 600
C	
C	FOR OPTION 4 WETTED FRACTION IS THE IMMERSED FRACTION.
C	
  300 FWEI=BMAX/IDEPTH
      IF(EUET.GT.1.0)FUET=1.0

C	
C	 tOR OPTIONS 3 AND 4 USE CHEMICAL SOLUBILITY
C	
  400 CCWAI=TRAM
-------
CAAA THIS ROUTINE OUtPUlS AN ANNUAL SUMMARY FOR YEARS
CAAA REQUESTED BY USER INPUT.  OUT IS CALLED BY MAIN.
CAAA
CAAA
CAAA
CAAA
C
C
C    INPUT VARIABLES
C
C      NYEAR  = CURRENT YEAR OF SUMULATION
C      PC       FRACTION OF TRENCH CAP THAT HAS FAILED
C      WDEPTH = MAXIMUM DEPTH OF WATER IN TRENCH
C
      DOUBLE PRECISION NUCLID
      COMMON/CNTRL/NONCLB.MAXYR,TIILE<20).LOCATE<12).NYR1,NYR2,
     8       PCT1,PCI2,LEAOPT,IOPVWV.IOPSAT,IPRT1,IPRT2.IDELT.IXTS,
     &       IRRE§l.IRftES2.LIND,IAVGl,IAVG2!RR,FTHECH,INTYR(4),         RAE1085
     8       UWATL,HWATA,WWATHFSUAIL.SUArA,SHATH,IVAP,IBSMT
      COMMON/NUC/NUCLIB<40),ATMASS(46).TRAM(40).SOAM(40),ATAM<40).
     8       AQAM<40.1000),SIAM<40),POLO<40>,POLB(40),CS<40).CW<46).
     8       SSIREM(40),SDEEP(40)lAIRCON(40),YSO(40)fSOAVG<40),CON(40).
     8       AQCON(40)lSTCON(40),ATCON(40).AQAVG(40).STAVG(40).DEIU(40)f ISINEWL
     8       ATAVG<40)fFMC<40).FMG<40).DECAY<40),XKD(4.40),SOL<40).
     I       FF(40),RAUO),RW(40),BV(40>,BR(40>,DERATE(40),CWAT(40)
      DATA LU6/6/
      URITE(LU&,6000)NYEAR
      PER=100.APC
      URIT£(LU6,6005)PER
      URIIE(LU6,6010)UDEPIH
      URITE(LU6,6015)VOLB,VOLO
      WRITE(LU6,6020)
      DO 10 I=1,NONCLD
      WRITE(LU6,6025)NUCLID(I),TRAM(I),POLO(I)fPOLB(I),
     &               AQAM
-------
     8       /'  '.13X  'SOIL CUNC',3X.'HATER CONG' ,4X, 'SIREAM' ,4X,
     *       'DEEP LAYERS'.2X,'AT SPILLAGE',3X 'DOWN  WIND',6X,'CONC',
     *     /'  ',15X 'CI/KG'.SX.'CI/hAAS'. 9X.'CI',11X,
     *     'CI' 8X '   CI   J,2(5X,'i:i/MAA3')>
      END
C
C
      SUBROUTINE SOURCE(NUCL,CFT1,DCFI,FGAM,IRST,PERM!,RTGR,SSAT,XRIM)

CAAAAAAAA^AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA^AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA
CAAA
CAAA THIS SUBROUTINE PERFORMS THE NECESSARY INPUTS TO INITIALIZE
CAAA PARAMETERS AND VARIABLES.  SOURCE IS CALLED FROM MAIN.
CAAA
CAAA
CAAA
CAAA
      DOUBLE PRECISION NUCLID,NU,NC,DAIE,DTIME
      COMMON/SIREAM/DWS                                                 ISINEU
      COMMON/CNTRL/NONCLD.MAXYR.TITLE(20).LOCATE(12).NYR1,NYR2,
     I       PCT1.PCT2.LEAOPT, IOPVUV.IOPSAT,IPRT1.IPRT2,IDELT.IXTS,
     i       IRRES1.IRRES2.LIND,IAVG1,IAVG2.RR,FTMECH,INTYR<4),         RAE1085
     i       UUATL.UUATA.WHATH.SUATL.SUATA.SWATH.IVAP,IBSMT
      COMMON/EVAP/PPN.PHID,P,XIRR,S(l2)fT(12)rTD(12)fXINFLfSINFLf
     $       SMASS HMASS UDEEP
      COMMON/TRCH/fAREA,fDEPTH,OVER.PORT,RELFAC,BENCON.OLDWAT,FN
      COMMON/UATER/DTRAQ.DWELL,GUD,XLSATfSTFLOW,AQTHKfAQDISP,
     & PORA PORV PERMV IAQSTF CPRJ
      COMMON/NUC^NUCLlfi(40).AfMASS(40).TRAM(40).SOAM(40).ATAM<40).
     &       AQAM(40.1000),STAM(40),POLO(40),POLB(40),CSUO).CW(46).
     S       SSTREM(40),SDEEP(40).AIRCON(40)!YSO(40).SOAVG(40),CON<40).
     &       AQCON(40)FSTCON(40).ATCON(40)fAQAVG(40).STAVG(40).DETU(40)f ISINEUL
     &       ATAVG(40).FMC(40).FHG(40).DECAY(40).XKD(4.40),SOL(40).
     4       FF(40).RA(40),RU(40).BU(40)rBR(40) ,DERATEUO),CWAT(40)
      COMMON/LAND/RAINF,ERODF.STPLNG.COVER,CONTRL.SEDELR.SOILOS,
     X       PORS.BDENS,DUET,EXTENT,ADEPIH,PD,RUNOFF,RESAT,

      COMMON/AIR/CHIQ.CHIQ2.DECOP(40),FACIIM,FTUIND.FTUND2,
     &       EVOLAT(40).H.HLID.IS.IT,POPDST,POPG,RE1,RE2,RE3,RINC,
     S       RMECH,ROUGH.U,VD,VG.XG
      COMMON/IRRFOO/Yl.Y2,TEl'TE2.THl.TH2.TH3,TH4,TH5,TH6,FP,FS,
     &       ULEAFY.UPROD.UCMILK.UGMILKjUMEAT.UWAT.UAlR,
     I       QFC,QFG.TF1,TF2.TS.CL1(40).CL2(40),CP1(40),CP2(40),
     S       CCMI1(40),CCMI2(40),CGMI1(40),CGMI2(40),
     &      ' CHEA1(40).COL1(40).COL2(40).COP1(40),COP2(40),
     J       COCMIl(40>fCOCMI2(40),COGMIl(40),COGMI2(40)r
     S       COMEAT(40).QING(40).QINH(40).POP,
     &       CSP(40).CSPT(40),CSPO(40),CSPOT(40)
      COMMON/FUNC/XAHBVJE.TA.TU.FI. PP. W IRATE,
     S            QCU.QGUfQBU.ABSH,P14
      DIMENSION MONTHU2).DAT(20),NUCL<40>8)
      DATA LU5/5/,LU6/6/.LU26/26/
C      DATA MONTH/'JAN','FEB','MAR','APR','MAY','JUN','JUL'('AUG',
C     i           'SEPVOCTVNOVVDEC'/
      URI1E(LU6.2010)
    5 READ
-------
c	
C	CONTROL INFORMATION.
C	
      READ(LU26,3000)TI1LE
      READ(LU26,3000)LOCATE
      READ
   INTYk(K)=INIYR(J)
   INIYR(J)=I
30 CONTINUE
C	
                                                                         RAE1085
                                                                         RAE1085
                                                                         RAE1085
                                                                         RAE1085
                                                                         RAE1085
                                                                         KAE1085
                                                                         RAE1085
                                                                         RAE1085
                                                                         RAE1085
                                                                         RAE1085
                                                                         RAE1085
                                                                         RAE1085
                                                                         RAE1085
                                                                         RAE1085
                                                                         RAE1085
C-
C-
C-
C
C
C
C
C
                                         IT RETURNS THE CURRENT
    WRI1E(LU6.6000)
—  IT1HE  IS  fART OF  THE  SYSTEM  LIBRARY.
---  UALL TIME,  ELAPSED  TIH£,  AND DATE.

    CALL ITIMEdCLOCK. IDIFF.DATE, IDAT)
    CLOCK=FLOAT(ICLOCK)/3&0000.
    WRITE(LUG.6002)CLOCK.DATE
     CALL  CIIHE(DATE,DTIME>
     URITE(LU6.6002)  DTIME,DATE
    URIIE(LU&,6005)TITLE
    WRITE(LU6,6008)
    URITE(LU6,6010)LOCATE
    IF(NONCLD .GE. 1  .AND. NONCLD  .LE.  40)  GO  TO  10
    WRItE(LU6,6015)
    STOP
 10  CONTINUE
    URITE(LU6,6020 )*iAXYR, NONCLD
    URITE(LU6.6025)LEAOPT
    IF(NYR1 .LT. NYR2)WRITE(LU6,6030)NYRl,PCTl,PCT2fNYR2
    IFdOPVUV .EQ. DURrrE(LU6,6035)
    IFdOPyUV .EQ. 0)HRITE(LU6,6040)
    IFdOPSAT .EQ. 1)URITE(LU6'6045)
    IFdOPSAT .EQ. 0)WRIIE(LU6,6050)
    URIIE(LU6,6060)LIND
    IF(LIND .EQ. 0)URI1E
-------
      IFdBSMT  .GT. 0)URIIE
-------
c	
      READ(LU26r3005)RAINF.ERODE.STPLNG.COVER,CONTRL,SEDELR
      READ(LU2G,3005)PORS,BDENS,STFLOW,EXTENT,ADEPTH
      READ(LU26,3005)PD,RUNOFF
C	
      URItE(LU6,6500)
      WRITE(LUG 6505)RAINF.ERODF,SIPLNG,COVER,CONTRL,SEBELR
      URri£SIFLOW,EXTENT,ADEPTH,PD

C	 AIR-FOODCHAIN INFORMATION
C	
      UR HE (LUG, 7800)
      READ(LU26.3005)Y1.Y2.PP.XAMBUE,TA.TE1.TE2
      READUU26 3005)THl,IH2,TH3,TH4,TH5.THG,FP.FS
      READ(LU2&,3005)QFC,QEG,TFl,TF2fIS,ABSH,P14
      READ(LU26,3005) XRTHfRTGR
      WRITEFI,UIRATE,QCU,QGU,QBU
C	
C	 HUMAN INGESTION AND INHALATION INFORMATION
C	
      READ(LU26,3005)ULEAFY,UPROD,UCMILK,UGMILK,UMEAT,UWAT,UAIR,POP
      URITE(LU6,6905)
      URITEdUb,6910)ULEAFYfUPROD,UCHILKTUGHILKrUhEAT,UWAT,UAIR,POP

C	 NUCLIDE INFORMATION
C	
      URITE(LU6.7000)
      SMASS=1000.ABBENSAEXTENTAPDAADEPTH
      WHASS=1000.APORSAEXTENTAPDAADEPTH
      UDEEP=SINFLAEXTENIAPD
      DO 40 I=1,NONCLD
      READ(LU26f3012)NUCLID(I).(NUCL(I.K).K=1.8).TRAM(I),
     X              SOAM(I).ST&M(I)fATAM(I),DECAY(I)fSOL{l)rCON(I)
      READ(LU26r3015)NUf(XKfi
-------
      WRIIE,BV
   70 CONTINUE
      RETURN
 2005 FORMAK' ',20A4)
 2010 EORMAK'1',5X,'AA INPUT DATA AS READ IN AA',/7)
 3000 FORMAK20A4)
 3005 FORMAK8F10.0)
 3006 FORMAK2F5.0,7F10.0)                                               ISINEU
 3010 EORHAT(16I5)
 3012 FORMAKA8,II,8A1.2X.7F10.0)
 3015 FORMAKA8.2X;7F10.0)
 6000 FORMAK'l',30X, 'PRESTO - A MODEL EOR PREDICTING THE',
     &       ' MIGRATION OF RADIOACTIVE WASTES'.
     &       /' '.40X  'FROM SHALLOW TRENCH BURIAL SITES')
C6002 FORMAK'0'f40XfJIHIS  RUN WAS MADE AT ',E6.3,' ON '  A8)
 6002 FORHAK'0',40X  'THIS  RUN WAS MADE AT ',A8,' ON ',A8)
 6005 FORMAK'0'.2(/J  '.20X,20A4»
 6008 EORMAK///1  '  bX,JAAA CONTROL INFORMATION AAA')
 6010 EORMAK'0',lOX.'THE BURIAL SITE IS LOCATED AT ',12A4)
 6015 tORHATCOVAAA  ERROR :AAA  INVALID NUMBER OF NUCLIDES')
 6020 EORMAK' '.lOX.'THE SIMULATION WILL RUN FOR',15,'  YEARS AND',
     *       ' WILL INCLUDE'.13.' NUCLIDES')
 6025 FORMAK' '.10X.'LEACHING OPTION NUMBER', 12,' WILL  BE USED')
 6030 FORMAK' ''lOXl'IN YEAR' 14.' ,',F4.2.' OF THE CAP  WILL BE',
     i       ' ASSUMED TO FAIL*./* ' 15Xf'IHIS WILL CONTINUE',
     8       ' UNTIL  '.F4.2.' HAS FAILED IN YEAR ',14.
     X       /' '.10X.?CAP  HAY ALSO FAIL BY SURFACE EROSION')
 6035 FORMAK' ' .10X. VERTICAL WATER VELOCITY WILL BE CALCULATED',
     i      '  USING INFILTRATION AND POROSITY')
 6040 FORMAK' '.10X,'PERMEABILITY WILL BE USED FOR MINIMUM',
     8      '  VERTICAL WATER VELOCITY')
 6045 FORMAK' '10X.'LENGTH OF VERTICAL SATURATED ZONE  WILL BE',
     &      '  CALCULATED USING INFILTRATION AND POROSITY')
 6050 FORMAK' '10X,'LENGTH OF VERTICAL SATURATED ZONE  WILL BE',
     &      '  SET  TO  THE TRENCH TO AQUIFER DISTANCE')
 6055 EORMAK' '  lOX.'FROM  YEAR ',14.' TO YEAR ',14.
     I      '  THE  RESUSPENSION RATE DUE TO MECHANICAL DISTURBANCES',
     I       ' WILL BE '1PE11.4,/' ',15X,'THIS WILL OCCUR DURING ',
     X       F5.2.'  OF E&CH YEAR*)
 6060 FORMAK' ' ,10X, 'POPULATION INDICATOR IS '12)
 6064 FORMAK' ''l5X!'MAXIMUM INDIVIDUAL EXPOSURE WILL BE USED',
     i       ' TO  CALCULATE HEALTH EFFECTS')
 6066 FORMAK' '15X  'QENERAL POPULATION EXPOSURE WILL BE USED',
     i       ' TO  CALCULATE HEALTH EFFECTS')
 6070 FORMAK' '.lOX.'THE POPULATION WILL BE  EXPOSED TO  CONTAMINATED  ',
     & 'MATERIALS  FROM YEAR ',13,' TO ',14)
 6072 FORMAK' ',10X,F6.3,' OF IRRIGATION WATER WILL BE  GOTTEN FROM ',
     I                      'WELL'
     8      /' ',10X,F6.3,' OF DRINKING WATER FOR ANIMALS WILL BE',
     &                      ' GOTTEN FROM WELL'.
     S      /' '.10X.F6.3,' OF DRINKING WATER FOR HUMANS  WILL'.
     \       ' BE  GOTTEN FROM WELL')
 6074 FORMAK' ',10X,F6.3,' OF IRRIGATION WATER WILL BE  GOTTEN FROM ',
                                      A-59

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    o                       'STREAM'
    &      /' vox,F6.3,' OF DRINK!NG WATER FUR ANIMALS  WILL  BE  ',
    £       'GOTTEN FROM STREAM',
    £      /' ' 10X.F6.3 ' OF DRINKING WATER FOR HUMANS WILL',
    £       ' BE GOTTEN FROM STREAM')
6088 FORMATC ',10X,'BEGINNING IN YEAR ',14,', PEOPLE WILL  LIVE  ',
    £       'IN THE BASEMENT')
6200 FORMATC1',5X.'AAA TRENCH INFORMATION AAA')
6205 FORMAK//' ',10X.'THE TRENCH HAS AN AREA OF ',
    £       Ell.4,' SQUARE METERS AND A DEPTH OF ',
    I       Ell.4.' METERS')
6210 FORMATC ',10X,'TRENCH POROSITY IS '18.2)
6215 FORMATC '10X.'ANNUAL INFILTRATION FOR THE WATERSHED  IS',
    £       F7 4 ' METERS')
6300 FORMAT*//5 ' 5X,'AAA AQUIFER INFORMATION AAA')
6305 FORMAK//' ',10X 'THE GROUND WATER HAS A VELOCITY OF ',F10.3,
    I             ' METERS PER YEAR')
6310 EORMATC ',10X,'TRENCH TO AQUIFER DISTANCE IS ',F6.1.' METERS')
6315 FORMATC ',10X,'TRENCH TO WELL DISTANCE IS ' F8.2 '  METERS')
6316 FORMATC ',10X,'WELL TO STREAM DISTANCE IS',F8.2.'METERS')
6320 FORMATC ' 10X/THE AQUIFER THICKNESS IS '.F8.2,f METERS'
    i      /' VOX 'THE AQUIFER DISPERSION ANGLE IS  -,F8.4,'  R
too* rnuMATf 'irtvf/                                  '
6325 FORMATC ',10X 'POROSITY OF THE AQUIFER REGION  IS  ',F8.5,
    £      /' VOX.'POROSITY BENEATH THE TRENCH IS  ',F8.^
• i. U • M •  I ILi i. Lil\ tj  /
F8.2,'METERS')         ISINEW

             RADIANS')
               . 1V/A. rUKUO 1 1 1 DL.l11jl-l.LM J.I)Li XI\L,IXlvll ij   . i U m >J ,
           /' VOX 'PERMEABILITY BENEATH THE TRENCH  IS ',F8.3,
    £               ' METERS/YKAR')
6400 FORMAK//'1',5X 'AAA ATMOSPHERIC INFORMATION AAA')
6405 FORMAK//' ',10X 'SOURCE HEIGHT IS '.F6.1 ' METERS')
6410 FORMATC VOX.'VELOCITY OF GRAVITATION FALL IS  ',
    £       F6.2.' METERS/SECOND')
6425 FORMATC ',10X,'GAUGE DISTANCE FROM SOURCE IS ',F8.2,' METERS')
6420 FORMATC '10X,'DEPOSITION VELOCITY IS ' F6.2 ' METERS/SECOND')
6415 FORMATC ',10X,'WIND VELOCITY IS ',F6.2.J METERS/SECOND')
6435 FORMATC VOX,'LID HEIGHT IS ' F8.2 ' METERS')
6440 FORMATC ',10X,'HOSKER ROUGHNESS FACTOR IS ' F6.2)
6445 FORMATC ',10X,'TYPE OF STABILITY FORMULATION IS ',12,
    £      /' ' 10X 'STABILITY CLASS IS ' 12)
6450 FORMATC ' !lOx!'FRACTION OF TIME WIN& BLOWS TOWARD POPULATION  IS'
    £       F10.6)
6460 FORMATC ',10X 'NORMALIZED DOWN WIND ATMOSPHERIC EXPOSURE PER  ',
    £ 'UNIT SOURCE AREA IS ' 1PE11.4,' CI/MAA3 PER CI/SEC')
6470 FORMATC ' 10X 'NORMALIZED DOWN WIND ATMOSPHERIC EXPOSURE PER  ',
    £ 'UNIT SOURCE AREA WILL BE CALCULATED INTERNALLY')
6480 FORMATC ',10X.'RESUSPENSION FACTOR PARAMETERS ',3(5X,E11.4))
6500 FORMAK//' ',5X 'AAA SURFACE INFORMATION AAA')
6505 FORMAK//' '10X.'PARAMETERS FOR UNIVERSAL LOSS EQUATION',
    £      /' ',15X,'RAINFALL       ',F8.2,
    £      /; ;,15X,'ERODIBILIIY   ,',F8.2,

    £      /' '|l5X|'COVER     b    ','F8.'2j
    £      /' ',15X,'EROSION CONTROL',F8.2.
    £      /' ',15X,'DELIVERY RATIO ',F8.2)
6510 FORMATC VOX,'SOIL POROSITY IS '  F8.5.
    £      /' VOX 'SOIL BULK DENSITY IS '.E8.5,'  G/CC')
6515 FORMATC '10X.'RUNOFF  FRACTION IS ',F8.5>
6520 FORMAK/' J,10X,
    £    10X 'STREAM FLOW RATE IS '  1PE11.4 '  CUBIC METERS PER YEAR',
    £    /'  VOX. 'CROSS SLOPE EXTENT OF SPILLAGE IS ',OPF8.2,' METERS'
    £      /'  VOX,'ACTIVE SOIL DEPTH IS ' F8.2,' METERS',
    £      /'  VOX, 'AVERAGE DOWN SLOPE DISTANCE TO STREAM IS  ',F8.2,
                                   A-60

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F10X,'SURFACE DENSITY FOR SOIL '.F10.2.'  KG/MAA2',
,10X,'WEATHER DECAY CONSTANT',E1&.2,'  I/HOURS'
,10X.'PERIOD PASTURE GRASS EXPOSURE GROWING SEASON',
 F10.2,'  HOURS',
    I               ' METERS')
7800 FORMAK'l',5X,'AAA AIR-EOODCHAIN INFORMATION AAA')
7805 FORMAK/' ', lOX,'AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTIVITY FOR GRASS',F10.2,
    I ' KG/MAA2  ,
    g       /'   ,10X,'AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTIVITY FOR VEGETATION',

    g       /'
    I       /'
    g       /'
    o
    &       /' VOX/fERlolTckdP/VEGETATION EXPOSURE GROWING SEASON',
    *            £10.2,' HOURS')
7815 FORMAK'  ' ,10X,'PERIOD BETWEEN HARVEST PASTURE GRASS AND',
    X            ' INGESTION BY ANIMAL' F10.2 ' HOURS',
    g        /'  '.10X.'PERIOD BETWEEN STORED FEED AND INGESTION',
    g             ' BY  ANIMAL'.E10.2,' HOURS',
    g        /'  VOX. 'PERIOD BETWEEN HARVEST LEAFY VEGETABLES AND',
    g            * INGESTION BY MAN(M.I.E.)',F10.2 ' HOURS'.
    g       /' VOX.'PERIOD BETWEEN HARVEST PRODUCE AND INGESTION BY',
    *             ' HANCM.I.E.)' F10.2.' HOURS'
    g        /'  VOX, 'PERIOD BETWEEN HARVEST LEAFY VEG '.
    g             'AND  INGESTION BY MAN'G.P.E.)'.F10.2,' HOURS',
    g        /'  VOX. 'PERIOD BETWEEN HARVEST PRODUCE'
    g             ' AND INGESTION BY MAN'G.P.E.)' F10.2,' HOURS'
    g        /'  '.10X,'FRACTION OF YEAR ANIMALS GRAZE ON PASTUREJ,F10.2
    g      /'  VOX, 'FRACTION OF DAILY FEED THAT IS FRESH GRASS',F10.2,
    g      /'  VOX, 'AMOUNT OF FEED CONSUMED BY CATTLE' F10.2,' KG')
7825 FORMAK'  ' ,10X,'AMOUNT OF FEED CONSUMED BY GOATS',E10.2,' KG',
    g      /'  VOX, 'TRANSPORT TIME FEED-hlLL-RECEPTOR FOR M.I.E.',
    g               F10.2.' HOURS',
    g      /'  VOX, 'TRANSPORT TIME FEED-MILL-RECEPTOR FOR G.P.E.',
    g               t'10.2,' HOURS',
    g      /'  '.10X,'TIME FROM SLAUGHTER OF MEAT TO CONSUMPTION',E10.2,
    &      ' HOURS',
    g      /'  '.10X, 'ABSOLUTE HUMIDITY OF THE ATMOSPHERE',F10.2,
    X      ' G/MAA3'.
    g      /'  ',10X,;ERACIIONAL EQUILIBRIUM RATIO FOR C-14',F10.2)
7900 FORMAK'!' 5X,'AAA WATER-FOODCHAIN INFORMATION AAA')
7905 FORMAK///'  '.10X. 'FRACTION OF YEAR CROPS ARE IRRIGATED',F10.2,
    g      /'  VOX, 'IRRIGATION RATE ' F10.3 ' L/(MAA2-H)'.
    g      /'  VOX, 'AMOUNT OF WATER CONSUMED BY COWS ' F10.2 ' L/D'.
    g      /'  ' 10X 'AMOUNT OF WATER CONSUMED BY GOATS '.F10.2,' L/D*
    g      /'  '.10X,'AMOUNT OF WATER CONSUMED BY BEEF CATTLE ' F10.2,
    g      ' L/D')
6905 FORMAK///'  ' 5X 'AAA HUMAN INGESTION AND INHALATION RATE',
    g       '  INFORMATION AAA')
6910 FORMAK/' '10X.'ANNUAL INTAKE OF LEAFY VEG ',F8.2,
    g      ' KILOGR6MS  PER YEAR',
    g      /'  '.lOXT'ANNUAL INTAKE OF PRODUCE ',F8.2,
    g      ' KILOGRAMS  PER YEAR',
    g      /'  ',10X, 'ANNUAL INTAKE OF COW'S MILK ',F8.2,
    g      ' LITERS PER YEAR',
    g      /'  VOX, 'ANNUAL INTAKE OF GOAT"S MILK',F8.2,
    &      ' LITERS PER YEAR',
    g      /'  VOX, 'ANNUAL INTAKE OF MEAT ' F8.2,' KILOGRAMS PER YEAR'
    g      /'  VOX, 'ANNUAL INTAKE OF DRINKING WATER',F8.2,
    g      ' LITERS PER YEAR'
    g      /'  ',10X.'ANNUAL INHALATION RATE OF AIR '.F8.2,
    g      ' CUBIC MEIERS PER YEAR' /' ',10X,'A POPULATION OF ',
    g      F10.0,' WILL BE CONSIDERED')
                  A-61

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 7005 FORMAIC ',A8,3X.9(1PE11.4,2X>)
 7000 lORMAT('l'f5X.'AAA NUCLIDE INFORMATION AAA'.
     i //' '50X.'INFORMATION ON INDIVIDUAL NUCLIDES'
     i //' ','NUCLIDE',3X,'AMT IN TRENCH' 3X,'SPILLAGE',4X,
     I 'STREAM AMT ' 2X.'AIR CONCEN',2X  'DECAY CONST'
     I 2X,'SOLUBILITY CONST'.2X 'DECAY CORRECTION FACTOR'.
     & /' ' 3X,3(12X,'Cr>,8X '£l/MAA3'  7X,'1/Y'.11X,'G/ML'>
 7010 FORMAI
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      COMMON/EVAP/PPN.PHID,P,XIRR,S<12),T<12),TD<12),XINFL,SINFL,
     $       SHASS UhASS UDEEP
      COMMON/NUC/N6CLID(40),ATMASS(40).TRAM(40).SOAM(40).ATAM(40).
     i       AQAH(40.1000),STAM(40),POLO(40)fPOLB(40).CS(40).CU(40).
     I       SSIREM(40).SDEEP<40).AIRCON(40).YSO<40),SOAVG<40)fCON(40).  ___.,_.„
     i       AQCON(40),§TCON(40),ATCON(40).AfiAVG(40) STAVG(40).DETU(40)r ISINEUL
     S       AIAVG<40),FMC<40),FMG(40).DECAY<40).XKD(4f40),SOL(40>.
     &       EF(40)fRA(40),RU(40).BV(40).BR(40).DERATE(40),CWAT(40)
      COMMON/LAND/RAINF,ERODF,STPLNG.COVER.CONIRL.SEBELR.SOILOS,
     I       PORS,BDENS,DWEI,EXTENT,ADEPTH,PB,RUNOFF,RESAT,
     &       INSIIE
C
C
      WSTREM=RUNOFFA(PPNAEXTENTAPD+VOLO)
      SUAH=CS(II)ASMASS+CW(II)AWMASS/1.0E3
      UMASS2=1000.A(PORSAEXIENTAPDAADEPIH+WDEEP+USTREM)
C	
C	COMPUTE NUCLIDE CONCENTRATION PER CUBIC MEIER OF UATER
C	
      CU(1I)=1000.ASUAM/(XKD<1,II)ASMASS+UMASS2)
C	
C	 COMPUTE NUCLIDE CONCENTRATION PER KG OF SOIL
C	
      CS(Il)=CU(II)AXKD(l.II)A1.0E-3
      SSTREM(II)=USTREMACU(II)
      SOE£P(1I)=UDEEPACU(II)
      RETURN
      END
C
C
C
      SUBROUTINE SUSPND(IYR,II,D1R,GNDCON,YS01,YS02)
C
C
CAAA COMPUTES AIR CONCENTRATION AND ATMOSPHERIC  SOURCE TERM
CAAA AT SPILLAGE AREA.  CALLED ANNUALLY BY MAIN.
CAAA
CAAA
CAAA
C
C
C
C   INPUT VARIABLES
C
C      IYR   = CURRENT YEAR OF SIMULATION
C      II      CURRENT NUCLIDE
C      SAREA = AREA COVERED BY SPILLAGE
C      GNDCON= GROUND CONCENTRATION
C      IRRES1= FIRST YEAR OF RESUSPENSION RATE
C      IRRES2= LAST YEAR OF RESUSPENSION RATE
C      RR      RESUSPENSION RATE
C      FTMECH=FRACTION OF YEAR FOR MECHANICAL DISTURBANCE
C      U       WIND VELOCITY
C
C
C
C   INTERMEDIATE VARIABLES
C
C      RE      RESUSPENSION FACTOR
C      YS01  = NORMAL CONTRIBUTION TO ATMOSPHERIC SOURCE
                                      A-63

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C      YS02  = CONTRIBUTION 10 ATMOSPHERIC SOURCE  FROM  MECHANICAL
C              DISTURBANCE
C
C
C   OUTPUT VARIABLES
C
C      AIRCON= AIR CONCENTRATION AT SPILLAGE AREA
C      YSO   = ATMOSPHERIC SOURCE AMOUNT AT SPILLAGE  AREA
C
C
C	
C	 ASSUME ALL RADIONUCLIDES DEPOSITED ON SOIL  SURFACE AT
C	TIME ZERO.
C	
C
      DOUBLE PRECISION NUCLID
      COMMQN/CNIRL/NONCLD.MAXYR,TITLE<20), LOCATE<12).NYR1.NYR2,
     &       PCT1.PCT2.LEAOPT,IOPVUV.IOPSAT,IPRT1,IPRI2,IDELT.IXTS,
     &       IRRESl.IRRES2.LIND,IAVGl,IAVG2'RR,FI«ECH,INIYR<4),          RAE1085
     &       UWATL.WWATA.WUATH.SWATL.SUATA.SWATH.IVAP,IBSMI
      COMHON/NUC/NUCLID<40),AT«ASS<40).TRAM<40).SOAM(40).ATAM<40).
     J       AQAH(40.1000),STAH(40),POLO(40),POLB(40).CS(40).CU(46).
     &       SSIREM<40),SDEEP<40).AIRCON(40).YSO<40),$OAVG(40),CON<40).
     &       AQCON(40>FSTCON(40>,AICON(40).AQAVG<40>.STAVG(40>.BETW<40)f  ISINEWL
     S       ATAVG(40),FMC(40)fFMG(40).DECAY(40),XKD(4,40),SOL(40).
     i       FF(40).RA(40).RW(40).BV(40).BR(40).DERATE(40).CUAT(40)
      COMMON/LAND/RAINF,ERODF.STPLNG.COVERfCONTRL.SEDELR.SOILOS,
     I       PORS,BDENSFDWET,EXTENT,ADEPTH,PD,RUNOFF,RESAT,
     £       INSITE
      COMMON/A1R/CHIQ.CHIQ2.DECOP(40),FACTIM,FTWIND.FTWND2,
     X       FVOLAT(40),H,HLID.IS,IT,POPDST,POPG,RE1,RE2,RE3,RINC,
     8       RMECH.ROUGfl.U.VDjOG.XG
      COMMON/IRRFOO/Yl.Y2,TEl'TE2.THl.TH2.TH3,TH4.TH5.TH6fFP,FS,
     &       ULEAFY,UPROD'UCMILK,LIGMILK,UHEAT;UWAT.UAIR,
     I       QFC,QFG.TF1.TF2,TS.CL1(40),CL2(40),CP1(40),CP2(40),
     I       CCHI1(46),CCMI2(40),CGMI1(40).CGMI2(40).
     &       CMEAT(40).COL1<40),COL2(40).COP1(40).COP2(40).
     X       COCMI1(40),COCMI2(40),COGMI1(40),COGMI2(40),
     8       COMEAT(40).QING(40),QINH(40),POP,
     S       CSP(40),CSPT(40),CSPO(40),CSPOT(40)
      COMMON/XP/ARG,RES(10000)
L, —— — — —
C	
C	 RESUSPENSION FACTOR BY ANSPAUGH ET AL
C	
      AIRCON(II)=RES(IYR)AGNDCON
      HD=1.0
      F = AKGAVG/U/flD
      IF(E .GT. 1.) E=1.0
      YS01=AIRCON(1I)AHDAUAARGAF
      IFdYR .EQ. 1)  GO TO 11
P _____
C	 THE FOLLOWING IS FOR RESUSPENSION DUE TO MECHANICAL
C	 DISTURBANCES
C	
      YS02=0.
      IF (RR.GE.O.) GO 10 12
      IF«IYR  .GE.  IRRES1) .AND.  (IYR .LE. 1RRES2))
     &      YS02=CS(II)ARMECHAFTMECH
C	
                                 A-64

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  12  YSO
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     &       PORS.BDENS,DUET,EXTENT,ADEPIH,PD,RUNOFF,RESAI,
     &       INSITE
      VOLBT=0.
      VOLQI=0.
      PC=CAP(NYEAR>
      DELT=0.1
      DO 30 1=1,10
      NEWUAT=IAREAAAPORT
      VOLO=0.
      IFAIAREA
      VOLB=0.
      IF(HDEPIH .LI. l.E-7)GO 10 20                                      mAi%M
      VOLB=
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  OUTPUT VARIABLES


     AQAH   = AMOUN1 OF NUCLIDE AT HELL SITE

    DOUBLE PRECISION NUCLID
    COMMON/CNIRL/NONCLD.MAXYR.TITLE(20).LOCATE(12>.NYR1.NYR2,

   &       PCT1.PCT2.LEAOPT,IOPVWV1IOPSAT,IPRT1.IPRI2.IDELT.IXIS,
   i       IRRESXlR*ES2.LIND.IAVGl,IAVG2lRR.FTHECH,INTYR<4J,          RAE1085
   i       WWATL.HUATA.UWATH.SWAfL.SWAIA.SWAIH.IVAP.IBSMI
    COMMON/NUC/NUCLID<40).ATHASS<40).IRAfi(40).SOAM(40).ATAM<40).  -
   S       AQAH(4011000),STAM(40),POLO(40),POLB(40).CS(40).CW(40).
   &       SSTREM<40),SDEEP<40>.AIRCON(40).YSO(40),SOAVG<40),CON<40).

   &       AQCON(40).STCON<40>,ATCON<40) .AQAVG(40> .STAVGUO) .DEIW<40),  ISINEUL
   I       ATAVG(40).FMC(40).FMG(40.).DECAY<40),XKD(4.40>,SOL(40).

   &       FF(40).RA(40).RU(40).BV(40),BR(40)IDERATE(40),CWAI(40)

    DIMENSION IIIME(40),DDEIA(46)


	 CALCULATE CORRECT POSITION IN ARRAY AND DECAY THE MATERIAL
	 FOR THE PERIOD OF TIME MATERIAL  IS IN TRANSIT FROM TRENCH

	 TO WELL.


    ITMP=ITIME(II)
    IF«NYEAR+IIMP) .61. (MAXYR) .OR. IIMP .LT. 0) GO TO 10

    AQAM(II.NYEAR+ITIM£ +                       ISIMOD

   g            SDEEP(II))ADDETA(II)
 10 CONTINUE
    RETURN

    END
    SUBROUTINE QUANC8(FUN,A,B,ABSERR,RELERR,RESULT,ERRESI,NOFUN,FLAG)


    REAL FUN ,A.B,ABSERR,RELERRTRESULTfERRESTTFLAG

    INTEGER NOFUN


ESTIMATE THE INTEGRAL OF FUN(X) FROM A TO B

 TO A USER PROVIDED TOLERANCE.

AN AUTOMATIC  ADAPTIVE ROUTINE BASED ON
THE 8-PANEL NEUTON-COXES RULE.


INPUT


FUN  THE NAME OF THE INTEGRAND FUNCTION SUBPROGRAM FUN(X)
     THE LOUER LIMIT OF INTEGRATION
B    THE UPPER LIMIT OF INTEGRATIONS MAY BE LESS THAN A)

RELERR  A RELATIVE  ERROR TOLERANCE.  (SHOULD BE NON-NEGATIVE)
ABSERR  AN ABSOLUTE ERROR TOLERANCE.  (SHOULD BE NON-NEGATIVE)


 OUTPUT


RESULT  AN APPROXIMATION TO THE INTEGRAL HOPEFULLY SATISFYING THE
        LEAST STRINGENT OF THE TUO ERROR TOLERANCES.
ERREST  AN ESTIMATE OF THE MAGNITUDE OF  THE ACTUAL ERROR.
 NOFUN  THE NUMBER OF FUNCTION VALUES USED IN CALCULATION OF RESULT.
 FLAG  A RELIABILITY INDICAITOR   IF FLAG IS ZERO. THEN RESULTPROBABLY
        SATISFIES THE ERROR TOLERANCE.  IF FLAG IS

        XXX.YYY. THHEN XXX = THE NUMBER OF INTERVALS UHICH HAVE

        NOT CONVERGED AND O.YYY = THE FRACTION OF THE INTERVAL LEFT
        TO DO WHEN THE LIMIT NOFUN WAS APPROACHED.




    REAL WO,W1,W2,W3,W4,AREA,XO,FO,STONE,STEP,CORllrTEMP
                                       A-67

-------
      REAL QPREV,QNOU,QDIFF,QLEFT,ESIERR,TOLERR
      REAL QRIGHt(31).F<16) X(16)'FSAVE(8.30).XSAVE<8.30)
      INTEGER LEVMIN,LEVhAX,LEVOUT,NOhAX,NOFINfLEVfNIH,IfJ
C
C AAA STAGE 1 AAA GENERAL INITIALIZATION
C       SET CONSTANTS
C
      LEVMIN = 1
      LEVMAX = 30
      LEVOUT = 6
      NOHAX = 5000
      NOFIN = NOMAX - 8A(LEVMAX-LEVOUT+2AA(LEVOUH-1))
C
C     1ROUBLE WHEN NOFUN EQUALS NOFIN
C
      yO = 3956.0/14175.0
      Ul = 23552.0/14175.0
      W2 = -3712.0 / 14175.0
      U3 = 41984.0/14175.0
      W4 = -18160.0 / 14175.0
C
C   INITIALIZE RUNING SUMS TO ZERO
C
      FLAG = 0.0
      RESULT =0.0
      COR11 = 0.0
      ERRESI = 0.0
      AREA = 0.0
      NOFUN = 0
      IF(A .EQ. If ) RETURN
C
C AAAAA STAGE 2 AAAA INITIALIZATION FOR FIRST INTERVAL
C
      LEV = 0
      NIH = 1
      XO = A
      X(16) = B
      QPREV = 0.0
      EO = FUN(XO)
        STONE = (B-A)/16.0
      X(8) = (XO + X(16))/ 2.0
      X<4) = (XO + X(8))/2.0
      X(12) =  (X(8) ^ X(16))/ 2.0
      X(2) = (XO < X(4)) / 2.0
      X(6) = (X(4) ^ X(8» / 2.0
      X(10) = (X(8) + X(12)) / 2.0
      X(14) = (X(12) + X(16»/ 2.0
C
      DO 25 J=2.16.2
      F(J) = FUN(X(J>1
   25 CONTINUE
C
      NOFUN = 9
C
C   AAAAA STAGE 3  AAA CENTERAL CALCULATION
C  REQUIRES QPREV,X10.X2,X4.	.X16,FO,F4.	F16
C  CALCULATIES XI.X3,X5...Xl5, F1,F3,.. ,F15,GLEtIfQRIGHT
C  QNOW,ODIFF,AREA.                     '    '     '

   30 X(l) = (XO + X(2)) / 2.0
                                       A-68

-------
      F(l) = FUN(XU))
      DO 35 J = 3, 15, 2
      X(J) = (X(J-1> 4- X(J+1)> / 2.0
      F(J) = FUN(X(J))
   35 CONTINUE
      NOFUN = NOFUN 4 8
      STEP = (X(16) - XO) / 16.0
      QLEFI =  4- W1A(F(1) + F(7))  +  W2A(F<2) < F(6))
     & 4- U3A(F(3)4-F(5» 4-  U4AF(4) )ASTEP
      HOLTM1=ABS(QLEFT)
      IF(HOLTM1 .EQ. 0.0) GO TO 183
      IF(HOLTM1 .GI. l.OE-65) GO TO 183
      QLEFT=0.0
  183 QBIGHT(LEV+1)=(UOA+U1A 4- W4AE(12»ASTEP
      HOL1M2=ABS(QRIGH1(LEV+1))
      IF(HOLXM2 .£Q. 0.0) GO TO 184
      IF(HOLTM2 .Gt. l.OE-65 ) GO TO 184
      QRIGHI(LEV+1>=0.0
  184 QNOM = QLEFT 4- QRIGHKLEV4-1)
      QDIFF = QNOU - QPREV
  195 AREA = AREA + QDIFF
C
C  AAAA STAGE 4  AAA INTERVAL CONVERGENCE TEST
C
      ESTERR =  ABS(QDIFF) / 1023.0
      TOLERR = AHAXKABSERR,R£LERRAAfiS(AfiEA)) A (STEP/STONE)
      IFCLEV .LT. LEVMIN) GOTO 50
      IF (LEV .GE. LEVMAX) GO TO 62
      IF(NOFUN .GT. NOFIN) GO TO 60
      IF(£STERR .LE. TOLERR) GO TO 70
C
C AAAA STAGE 5 AAA NO CONVERGENCE
C
C  LOCATE NEXT INTERVAL
C
   50 HIM = 2ANIH
      LEV = LEV + 1
C
C  STORE RIGHTHAND ELEMENTS FOR FUTURE USE
C
      DO 52 I = 1.8
      ESAVE(IfL£V5 = f(I 4- 8)
      XSAVE(I.LEV) = X(l4-8)
   52 CONTINUE
C
C  ASSEMBLE LEFT HAND ELEMENTS FOR IMMEDIATE USE
C
      QPREV = QLEFT i
      DO 55 I = 1,8 '
      J = -I
      F<2AJ4-18) = FU+9)
      X(2AJ+18) = X(J+9)
   55 CONTINUE
      GO TO 30
C
C AAAA STAGE 6 AAA TROUBLE SECTION
C
C   NUMBER OF FUNCTION VALUES IS ABOUT TO EXCEED LIMIT
                                      A-69

-------
   60 NOFIN = 2ANOFIN
      LEVMAX = LEVOUT
C     IHM?1=B-A
      FLAG = FLAG+(B-XO)/(B-A)
      GO TO 70

C  CURRENT LEVEL IS LEVMAX.
C
   62 FLAG = FLAG + 1.0
C
C
C AAAASIAGE 7  AAA INTERVAL CONVERGED
C  ADD CONTRIBUTIONS INTO RUNNING SUMS
C
C
   70 RESULT = RESULT + QNOW
      ERREST = ERRESI + ESTERR
      COR11 = COR11 + QDIEF / 1023.0
C
C  LOCATE NEXT INTERVAL
C
   72 IF (NIM .EQ. 2A
-------
C  FCN IS CALLED BY QUANC8.
C
      IMPLICIT REALA8  NRL.NRU1IDIST(20),lLOC,JLOC
      COMMON/COMOR/ORGN(20).NORGN,TIME(20),DOSE(20,40.4,2),  DTABLE(7)
      COMMON/LETEAC/HLET(20),LLET(20)
      COMMON/COMCA/CANC(20),NCANC,RELABS(20),RISK(20,40,4.2), RTABLE(7),
     > AGEX.YRLL(20.40.4.2)
      COMMON/COMRF/REE(26.40.4).FTABLE<7)
      COMMON/COMNU/NUCLIDt405,NONCLD,PSIZE(40),RESP(40),GIABS (4,40),
     > INDPOP        »                         '                 '   '
        COMMON/COMLOC/RNLOC(10).OGLOC(10),PTLOC(10),FALOC(10),
     >  HLLOC(10).LTAfiLE(10),NTLOC
        COMMON/COHGEN/GEN(3),NGEN.GDOSE(3.40,4,2),GRISK(3.40.4,2),
     >  GENEFF,GRFAC(2),REPPER,GLLET(3),GHLET(3).GREF(3,40.4)
        COMMON/COMRN/OREP(20),RREP(20),CREP(20),IJLRN(20,20),
     A  RRISK.RREF(2).RYRLL.NOREP,NRREP,NCREP
        COMMON/COMUS/ARRAY(2200)
C
C      TRANSFER TO 33 IE DOSE CALCULATION; ELSE CONTINUE WITH INPUT
Lr
                                     A-71

-------
        IF (IFLAG.GT.O) GO TO 33
C
CAAA    SET DEFAULT VALUES.
        OUXPUT=.TRUE.
      ILOC=0
      JLOC=0
      PLOC=100.
      AGEX=70.7565
        REPPER=1.41330E-2
        GSCFAC=.5
      NORGN=0
      NCANC=1
      CANC(1)=TOTBOD
      ILEI(1)=0
      ILEI<2)=2
      DO 10 J=l,7
      DIABLE(J)=0
      RTABLE(J)=0
      FTABLE(J)=0
   10 CONTINUE
      RIABLE<6)=4
      ILET(1)=1
      ILET(2)=1
      DO 20 J=1.20
      TIMEU)=76.
      HLET(J)=20.
      LLE1(J)=1.
      RELABS(J)=1.
   20 CONTINUE
        NGEN=0
        NOREP=4
        NCREP=1
        NRREP=0
        RREPS<1)=P0218
        RR£PS(2)=PB214
        RREPS(3)=BI214
        RREPS(4)=P0214
        CREP<1)=PULMO
        OREP(1)=LUNGS
        OREP(2)=NDP
        OREP(3)=TDP
        OREP(4)=PUL
      READ(26,11700) TITLE
      URITE<6,10000) TITLE
      READ(26.INPUT)
      IF (PLOC.NE.O) WRITE(6,10100)PLOC
      IF (ILET(1).EQ.O.OR.ILET(1).EQ.2) URIlE(6y10200)
      IE (ILET(1).EQ.1.0R.ILET(1).EQ.2) URITE(6,10300)
      IF (ILET(2).EQ.O.OR.ILET(2).EQ.2) URITE(&,10400)
      IF (ILEI(2).EQ.1.BR.ILEI(2).EQ.2) URITE(6,10500)
      URITE(6.10600) DTABLE.RTABLE,FTABLE
        URITE(6,11900) GSCFAC
CAAA    READ IN ORGAN PARAMETERS
   40 READ(26rORGAN)
      WRITE(6,10700) NORGN
      WRITE(6,10800)  NORGN)
CAAA    READ IN CANCER PARAMETERS
                                       A-72

-------
   50 READ(26,CANCER)
      WRIItffi,11000) NCANC
      WR HE < 6,11100) (CANC(1),RELABS(I),1=1,NCANC)
CAAA    READ  IN GENETIC PARAMETERS
        READ(26,GEN1IC)
        IF(GENEFF) HRITE<6,11800)  NONCLD5
        DO 30 1=1,NONCLD
        DO 25 K=1.4
        IF(NUCLID(I).EQ.RREPS(K)) GO TO 27
25      CONTINUE
        GO TO 30
27      NRREP=NRREP+1
        RREP(NRREP)=RREPS(K)
30      CONTINUE
        NTLOC=0
        READ(26,LOCTBL)
        IF(NTLOC.EQ.O) GO TO 55
        URITE(6,11305) NTLOC
        WRITE(6,11310) (RNLOC(I),OGLOC(I),PTLOC(I),FALOC(I),HLLOC(I),
     >  I=1.NTL6C)
55      CONTINUE
11305   FORHATCO',12,' LOCATION TABLES ARE TO BE OUTPUT FOR:'/
     >  ' NUCLIDE   ORGAN   PATHWAY   QUANTITY  LET'/
     >  '          OR CANCER'/)
11310   FORMAT(1X,A8,1X.A8,4X,I2,7X,I2.7X,I2)
CAAA    READ  IN LOSE RATES AND HEALTH RISKS
      CALL RDSTOR(OUTPUT)
      IF(NORGN.NE.O) CALL RDORGF
C
C      END OF DARTAB INPUT;  RETURN
C
        RETURN
C
C
C      BEGIN DOSE CALCULATIONS
C
C
CAAA    CHOOSE LOCATION AND FIND EXPOSURES
C
  33  CALL CHLOC(PLOC,CONC.GSCFAC.IFLAG)
        IF (  IFLAG .NE. 1 ) CALL SUMhRY(TITLE,GSCFAC,IFLAG)

C      RETURN IF ANNUAL SUMMARY OR MAXIMUM DOSE CALCULATION
                                    A-73

-------
      IF ( IFLAG .EG. 2 )  RETURN
      IF ( IELAG .EQ. 3 )  RETURN
C
      IF (NORGN.LE.O) GO TO 70
CAAA    DECIDE IE LOU AND  HIGH LET ARE TO BE SEPARATE  TABLES
CAAA    AND THEN OUTPUT TABLES
      IDO=0
      DO 60 J=l,7
      IE (DIABLE(J).NE.O)  IDO=1
      TABLE(J)=DTABLE(J)
   60 CONTINUE
        IE(NTLOC.EQ.O .OR. IDO.EQ.l) GO TO 67
        DO 65 J=1,NILOC
        IF(EALOC(J).EQ.1)IBO=1
65      CONTINUE
67      CONTINUE
CAAA    ILET = 0 MEANS ONLY TABLES FOR LOW AND HIGH LET  SEPARATELY
CAAA    ILET = 1 MEANS ONLY A TABLE FOR LOW AND HIGH LET  COMBINED
CAAA    ILET = 2 MEANS BOTH SETS OF TABLES
      IF (IDO.EQ.l) CALL PREPDRdABLE, ILEX(l) ,fIIL£,GSCFAC, IELAG)

C      RETURN IF PATHWAY DOSE CONVERSION FACTOR CALCULATION
C
      IF ( IFLAG .EQ. 1 )  RETURN
C
C
   70 IDO=0
      DO 80 J=l,7
      IF (FIABLE(J).NE.O)  IDO=1
   80 TABLE(J)=FTABLE(J)
        IF(NTLUC.EQ.O .OR. IDO.EQ.l) GO TO 87
        DO 85 J=1,NTLOC
        IF(EALGC(J).EG.3)  1DO=1
85      CONTINUE
87      CONTINUE
      IE (IDO.fcQ.l) CALL PREPRE(TABLE,TITLE.GSCEAC.IFLAG)
CAAA    OUTPUT RISK TABLES
      IDO=0
      DO 90 J=1.7
      IF (RIABLE(J).NE.O)  1DO=1
   90 TABL£(J)=RIABLE(J)
        IF(N1LOC.EQ.O .OR. IDO.EQ.l) GO TO 97
        DO 95 J=1,NTLOC
        IF(EALOC(J).EQ.2)IDO=1
95      CONTINUE
97      CONTINUE
      IF (IDO.EQ.l) CALL PREPHRdABLE, ILEH2) ,IITLEfGSCFAC, IFLAG)
      RETURN         I
10000 FORMATC1'.20A4>
10100 EORMATC TABLES FOR  THE SELECTED INDIVIDUAL WILL BE DONE FOR'.
     >'  THE LOCATION HAVING'   F8.2,' % OF THE HIGHEST TOTAL RISK.'/}
10200 FORMAIC DOSE RATE TABLES FOR LOW AND HIGH LEI WILL BE '.
     y 'PRINTED SEPARATELY ')
10300 FORMATC DOSE RATE TABLES COMBINING LOW AND HIGH LET '.
     > 'WILL BE PRINTED.')
10400 FORMATC HEALTH RISK TABLES FOR LOW AND HIGH LET WILL BE '.
     > 'PRINTED SEPARATELY.')                                    '
10500 FORMATC HEALTH RISK TABLES COMBINING LOW AND HIGH LET '.
     > 'WILL BE PRINTED.')
                                   A-74

-------
10600 EORMAK'OO INDICATES THE TABLE UILL NOT BE PRINTED'/
     A' 1 INDICATES INDIVIDUAL VALUES UILL BE PRINTED'/
     B' 2 INDICATES HEAN INDIVIDUAL VALUES UILL BE PRINTED'/
     C' 3 INDICATES COLLECTIVE VALUES UILL BE PRINTED'/
     D' 4 INDICATES ALL OF THE ABOVE UILL BE PRINTED'//
     > ;   QUANTITY      TABLE NO.  123456  T/f

     > '+i:50SE~RfiXES	777n271XT7	
     > ' 2.HEALTH RISKS            ',7(12,1X)/
     > ' 3.RISK EQUIVALENT FACTOR  '7(12,IX))
10700 FORMAK'OIHERE ARE ',14 ' ORGANS TO BE OUTPUT. THEY ARE:'/)
10800 EORMAKIX.'ORGAN',4X 'TIME',4X,'ORGAN',4X,'TIME',4X,
     I'ORGAN'^X/IIME'/
     > <3(1X. A8,2X,F4.0,2X»)
10900 FORMAT!'o  ORGAN     DOSE EQUIVALENT FACTORS  •/
     A  '                  LOU LET         HIGH LET'/
     A  (2X.A8.F15.5.1X.F15.4))
11000   FORhAK'OTHERE ARE ',14,' CANCERS TO BE OUTPUT.'/
     > ' A 1 INDICATES ABSOLUTE RISK; A 2 IS RELATIVE RISK.')
11100 FORMATC   CANCER      CANCER      CANCER      CANCER'/ (1X,4(A8,
     > 1X.F2.0.1X)))
11200 FORHATCOIHERE ARE ',14,' RADIONUCLIDES TO BE OUTPUT.')
11300 FORMATC  NUCLIDE  PARTICLE SIZE   CLEARANCE CLASS '.
     > 20X 'G.I. ABSORPTION FRACTION'/49X,'STOMACH' 8X.'SIJ,13X,'ULI',
     >  m.'LLI'/ (1X,A8,1X,F10.5,6X,10X,A1,4X,4F15.5))
11700 EORMAf(20A4)
11900   FORMAK'OIHE GROUND SURFACE CORRECTION FACTOR IS ',F5.2/)
      END
C
C
C
C
      SUBROUTINE RDSIOR(OUTPUT)
CAAA    THIS SUBROUTINE READS AND STORES DOSE RATES
CAAA    AND HEALTH RISKS FOR ORGANS AND CANCERS
      REALA8 NUC.NUCLID.ORGN,CANC,0,C,OG,GEN,OREP,CREP,RREP
        LOGICAL GENEFF.OUTPUT
      COMMON/COMOR/ORGN<20>.NORGN.IIME<20),DOSE(20.40,4,2). DTABLE(7)
        COMMON/COMRN/OREP(26),RREP(20),CREP<20),ULRN<20,20),
     A  RRISK,RREF(2).RYRLL,NOREP,NRREP.NCREP
      COHMON/COMCA/CANC(20).NCANC,RELABS(20),RISK(20.40.4,2). RTABLE(7).
     >  AGEX,YRLL(20,40,4,25                        '   ' '  '          '
      COMMON/COMRE/REF(20f40.4).FTABLE(7)
      COMMON/COMNU/NUCLID(40),NONCLD,PSIZE(40),RESP(40)rGIABS (4,40),
     > INDPOP
      COHMON/COMUS/C(40).0(40).D(2,40),R(2.40),RF(40).YLL(2,40),
     >  G(2,3),OG(3).aCHK(20,46),RCHK(20,40),GCHK(3,40)
        COMMON/COMGEN7GEN(3),NGEN.GDOSE(3.40,4.2).GRISK(3,40,4,2),
     >  GENEFF.GREAC(2),REPPER,GLLET(3),GHLET(3),GREF(3,40,4)
      DIMENSION GIIN(4)                                '  '
        LOGICALA1 FAL,IRU,DCHK,RCHK,GCHK,IW
        DATA TRU/.TRUE./.FAL/.FALSE./
CAAA    ZERO OUT ALL ARRAYS
        NDO=NORGN+1
        DO 35 N=l,2
      DO 30 J=l,4
      DO 30 K=1,NONCLD
      DO 10 L-llNDO
      DOSE(L,K,J.N)=0.0
        IF(L.GT.NGEN)  GO TO 10
                                     A-75

-------
        GDOSE(L,K,J,N)=0.0
   10 CONTINUE
      NDO=NCANC+1
      DO 20 L=1.NDO
      RISK(L.K,J,N)=0.0
        YRLL(L.K,J,N>=0.0
      REF(L.K,J)=0.0
        IF(L.GI.NGEN) 60 TO 20
        GRISK(L.K,J,N)=0.0
        GREf(L,KfJ)=0.0
   20 CON1INUE
   30 CONTINUE
35      CONTINUE
        DO 38 L=l,40
        DO 37 K=l,20
        DCHK(K,LJ=TRU
        RCHK(K.L)=TRU
37      CONTINUE
        DO 39 K=l,3
        GCHK(K,L)=IRU
39      CONTINUE
38      CONTINUE
CAAA    READ FIRST RECORD
   41 READC25,ENB=180) NUC,SIZEIN,RESPIN,GUN,TIMIN, IND
        IFIND=0
CAAA    CHECK 10  SEE IF THE RADIONUCLIDE IS  IN OUTPUT LIST
      DO 50 K=1,NONCLD
      IF (NUC.EQ.NUCLID(K)) GO TO 60
40      CONTINUE
   50 CONTINUE
      IF(IEIND.EQ.O)GO TO 125
        GO TO 41
CAAA    FIND OUT  WHAT 1YPE OF RECORD FOLLOWS
   60 IRA=IND/10
        IF(IRA.GI.2) GO TO 401
      ICHOS=IND-IRAA10
      IF (ICHOS.NE.2) GO TO 75
      DO 70 L=l,4
      IF (ABS(GIIN(L)-GIABS(L,K)).GI.l.E-6) GO TO 40
   70 CONTINUE
   75 IE (ICHOS.NE.3) GO TO 80
      IF (ABS(SIZEIN-PSIZ£(K».GT.l.E-6> GO TO 40
      IF (RESPIN.NE.RESP(K)) GO TO 40
   80 IF (IND.LE.5) GO TO 130
CAAA    THE NEXT TWO RECORDS CONTAIN CANCERS AND RISKS
        IFdFIND.NE.O) GO TO 81
      READ(25) NC.ILEI.(C(I),I=1.NC)
      READ(25) ((R(L.D.L=1,ILE1),I=1,NC)
        READ(25)  «YLLaFI).L=l,ILEl),i=l,NC)
        READ(25)(RF(I)U = 1,NC),TRF
81      IFIND=1
        REF(NCANC+l,K,ICHOS-l)=l:RF+REF(NCANC+l,Kf ICHOS-1)
CAAA    CHECK TO SEE IE THE CANCER IS IN OUTPUT LIST
      DO 110 1=1.NC
      DO 90 J=1,NCANC
      IF 
-------
CAAA     A MATCH. STORE THE RISK
        RCHK(J,K>=FAL
      RISK(J.K,ICHOS-1,1)=R<1.I)
        YRLL(JFK,ICHOS-1,1)=YLL(1,I)
      IF (ILET.LE.l) GO TO 105
        RISK DUM
        READ<25,END=180) DUM
      GO TO 41
CAAA    THE NEXT TWO RECORDS CONTAIN ORGANS AND DOSE RATES
  130 IF(IFIND.NE.O) GO TO 131
        READ(25) NO.ILET.(0(I),I=1,NO)
      READ(25) «D,I = 1,NO)
131     lt'lND=l
CAAA    FOR INTERNAL DOSES. ALSO CHECK OTHER NUCLIDE PARAMETERS
CAAA    CHECK TO SEE IF THE ORGANS ARE ON OUTPUT LIST
  140 DO 170 I=1,NO
      DO 150 J = KNORGN
      IF (O(I).EQ.ORGN(J)) GO TO 160
  150 CONTINUE
        GO TO 170
CAAA    A MATCH SO STORE THE DOSE
  160 IFdND.GI.3) GO TO 159
        IF(ABS(TIMIN-TIME(J)).GI.l.E-6) GO TO 40
159     DOS£(J,K.IND-1.1)=D(1,I)
      IF (ILEI.GT.l) DOSE(JfK,IND-l,2)=D(2rI)
        DCHK(J,K)=FAL
        IF(1ND.NE.3) GO TO 170
        DO 162 L=1.NRREP
        IF(NUCLID
-------
        DO 152 J=1,NGEN
        IF(0(I).£Q.GEN(J» GO TO  161
152     CONTINUE
        GO TO 172
161     GDOSEA30.
172     CONTINUE
        GO 10 40
CAAA    DOSES HAVE BEEN SKIPPED OR STORED,  GO  TO  NEXT  RECORD
  180 CONTINUE
        IW=TRU
        DO 200 K=1,NONCLD
        DO 200 J=1,NORGN
        IF(.NOI.DCHK(JFK)) GO TO  200
        IE(IM) HRrrE<6.900)
        URIIE(6,901) ORGN(J),NUCLID(K)
        IU=FAL
200     CONTINUE
900     FORHATCO THE FOLLOWING NUCLIDES AND  ',
     <  'ORGAN DOSE FACTORS WERE  NOT FOUND',
     >  ' IN THE INPUT DATA SETS:'/
     >  '   ORGAN  NUCLIDE'/)
901     EORHATUX,A8,1X,A8)
        IW=TRU
        DO 300 K=1,NONCLD
        DO 300 J=I,NCANC
        IF(.NOI.RCHK  ' IN THE INPUT DATA SETS:'/
     >  '  CANCER  NUCLIDE'/)
        yRITE(6,901) CANC(J),NUCLID(K)
300     CONTINUE
        IF(.NOT.GENEFF) RETURN
        IU=TRU
        DO 400 K=1,NONCLD
        DO 400 J=1,NGEN
        IF(.N01.GCHK(J,K)) GO 10  400
        IF(IW) WRITE(6F903)
        IU=FAL
903     FORMATCOTHE FOLLOWING NUCLIDES AND ',
     <  'GENETIC DOSE FACTORS WERE NOT'.
     >  ' FOUND IN THE INPUT DATA SETS:7/
     >  ' GEN.DOSE NUCLIDE')
        WRITE<6,901) GEN(J),NUCLID
-------
        GRISK<1.K.I.L)=GDOSE<3,K,I,L)AGRFAC/<30.AGRFAC(l))
705     CONTINUE
        IF(OUTPUl) CALL FACOUT
        RETURN
401     IF<1RA.NE.9) GO TO 800
        ICHOS=0
        IFUND.EQ.98) 1CHOS=3
        IFUND.EQ.99) ICHOS=2
        IF(ICHOS.EQ.O) GO TO 125
        IF(.NOT.GENEFF) GO TO 125
        IF(ICHOS.NE.2)GO TO 507
        DO 505 L=1.4
505      IF  GO TO 40
510     IF
        IF(LET.GT.l) GDOSE(J,K,ICHOS-1,2)=G(2,I)
        GCHK(J.K)=FAL
530     CONTINUE
        GO 10 40
800     IF(IND.NE.33) GO TO 125
        READ(25) NC,ILEX.(C(I),I=1.NC)
        READ<25) «R(L.I).L=lf ILET). 1=1,NO
        READ(25) <(YLL(L,I)vL=lrILEI)fI=lyNC)
        READ(25) (RF(I),I=1,NC),TRF
        IFIND=1
        CREP(1)=C(1)
        NCREP=NC
        RRISK=R(1,1)
        RYRLL=YLL(1.1)
        RREF(1)=RF(1)
        RR£f(2)=TRF
        GO TO 40
      END
C
C
C
C
      SUBROUTINE FACOUT
        REALA8 NUCLID,ORGN,CANC,OG,GEN,OREP,CREP,RREP,RN222,UBODY
        DATA RN222/8HRN-222   /,UBODY/JW BODY  '/
        LOGICAL GENEFF
        COHHON/COMOR/ORGN(20),NORGN,TIHE(20).DOSE(20.40.4,2).DTABLE(7)
        COHMON/COMRN/OREP(20).RREP(20>.CREP(20)fULRN(20.20).
     A  RRISK.RREF(2),RYRLL.NOREP.NRREP.NCREP
        COHMON/COMCA/CANC(20),NCANC,RELABS<20>,RISK<20,40,4,2>,
                                   A-79

-------
     A

     A
10000
10100
     A
     A
     B
10200
10300
100

10175
10250
     A
     A
     A
     A
     B
     B
     B
     B

     A
     B
        RTABLE<7),AGEX.YRLL<20,40,4.2)
        COMMON/COMRF/REF(20,40.4).FTABLE(7)
        COMMON/COMNU/NUCLID(40),NONCLn,PSIZE(40),RESP(40),GIABS<4F40),
        INDPOP
        COMMON/COMGEN/GEN(3),NGEN.GDOSE(3,40,4,2),GRISK(3,40.4,2),
        GENEFF.GRFAC<2),REPPER,GLLET(3>,GHLEI(3>,GfiEl:(3,40,4)
        DO 1000 K=1.NONCLD
        WRITE(6,10000) NUCLID(K)
        WRIIE<6,10100)
        FORMAT(51FOR NUCLIDE
A8//)
        L unrm i v x i. un i\\j\*u ivu •  • no// /
        FORMAIC DOSE RATE CONVERSION FACTORS'/
        IX, 'ORGAN',11X,'INGEST ION',10X,'INHALATION',
        9X  'AIR',5X 'GROUND'/
        12X.'LOU LET',3X,'HIGH LET'.2X,'LOW LET'
        SX'HIGH LET'.2X,'IMMERSIONJ.ix,'SURFACE')
        URIIE<6,10200) (ORGN
-------
400     CONTINUE
        RETURN
450     URIIE(6.10700) RRISK.RYRLL.RREF
10700   FORMATt'lFOR RN-222 WORKING LEVEL CALCULATIONS:'/
     A  ' RISK CONVERSION FACTOR = ',1PG10.3/
     B  ' YEARS OF LIFE LOST FACTOR = ',1PG10.3/
     C  ' RISK EQ. CONVERSION FACTOR (PULMNARY) = ',1PG10.3/
     D  ' RISK EQ. CONVERSION FACTOR (U BODY  ) = 'V1PG10.3)
        RETURN
        END
C
C
C
C
      SUBROUTINE FREPBRdABLE, ILET,TITLE,GSCFAC, IFLAG)
CAAA    THIS ROUTINE PREPARES DOSE RATES TO BE OUTPUT.
      REALA8 ORGN.NUCLID,RNLOC,OGLOC,ORC,ORGfLAST,GEN,OREP,RREP,CREP,
     A  GON
        COMMON/HEAD/ORC
        COMMON/COMRN/OREP(20),RREP(20).CREP(20),ULRN(20,20),
     A  RRISK.RREF(2),RYRLL.NOREP,NRREP,NCREP
        COHMON/COMWOR/FACO<20.4>
        COMMON/COMGEN/GEN<3),NGEN.GDOSE<3.40,4.2).GRISK(3.40.4,2)T
     >  GENEFF.GRFAC<2).REPPER.GLLET(3),GHLET(3).GREF(3,40,4)
        DATA ORG/8H ORGAN  /.LAST/SHUT. SUM /.GON/8H GONAD  /
        COHMON/COMLOC/RNLOC(10).OGLOC(10),PTLOC(10),FALOC(10),
     >  HLLOC(10),LTABLE(10),NT£OC
      REAL LLET
      INTEGER TABLE.FALOC.HLLOC.PILOC
      DIMENSION TA&LE<1),TITLE(1>.IITLA<10.3>, FACD<4,3).TLET(2,3),
     > IITL2(2),nAB(7).lITLB(10.3),TIILGAtl0.3).f IILGB  FACG(4.3).NOTE<20).NOT2<20),OFAC<20,26).NUN<8,3)
      DIMENSION SDOSE(20.46,4,2),SGOSE(3,40,4.2)
        DATA NUN/4H(WOR.4HKING.4H LEV,4HEL) ,4A4H    ,4H(UOR,
     >  4HKING,4H LEV,4HEL) ,4A4H    ,4H(PER,4HSON ,4HHORK,
     >  4HING .4HLEVE.4HL)  ,2A4H    /
        DATA NOTE/4HRAB0.4HN DA,4HUGHT,4H£R E,4HXPOS,4HURE:,
     >  14A4H    /.NOT2/20A4H    /
      LOGICAL IDO.GENEFF
      DATA TITLA/4HINDI,4HVIDU.4HAL D,4HOSE .4HRATE.4H (MR. 4HAD/Y,
     > 4HEAR),4H    ,4H    ,4HMEAN,4H IND,4HIVID,4HL)AL . 4HDOSE,4H RAT.
     > 4HE (M,4HRAD/ 4HYEAR,4H)    4HCOLL,4HECTI, 4HVE D.4HOSE  4HRATE.
     > 4H (PE.4HRSON.4H RAD.4H /YE.4HAR) /
      DATA inLB/4HINDI,4HVIDU.4HAL D,4HOSE .4HEQ. r4HRATE.4H(MRE.
     > 4HM/YE,4HAR) ,4H    ,4HMEAN,4H IND,4HIVID,4HUAL . 4HDOSE,4H EQ..
     > 4H RAT,4HE (M,4HREM/r4HYR) ,4HCOLL,4HECTI  4HVE C.4HOSE .4HEQ.
     > 4H (PE.4HRSON.4H REM.4H /YE.4HAR) /
        DATA tlILGA/4HINDI,4HVIDU,4HAL G,4HENET,4HIC D.4HOSE .
     <  4H(MRA,4HD), ,4H    ,4H     .
     >  4HMEANF4H IND,4H1VID,4HUAL ,4HGENE,4HTIC ,4HDOSE.4H (MR.
     >  4HAD)  4H
     >  4HCOLL,'4HtCII,'4HVE G,4HENET,4HIC B,4HOSE ,4H( PE,4HRSON,
     '>  4H RAD 4H)   /
        DATA lhLGB/4HINDI,4HVIDU,4HAL G,4HENET,4HIC D.4HOSE .
     >  4HEQ. ,4H(MR£,4HM)  ,4H    ,
     >  4HMEAN,4H IND,4HIVID,4HUAL ,4HGENE,4HTIC .4HDOSE.4H EQ..
     >  4H (MR,4HEM)  .                                        '
     >  4HCOLLr4HECTI,4HVE G,4HENET,4HIC D,4HOSE ,4HEQ. ,4H(PER.
     <  4HSON .4HREM)/
      DATA ILET/4HLOU ,4HLET ,4HHIGH,4H LEI,4H    ,4H    /
                                 A-81

-------
      COHhON/COMOR/ORGN(20>.NORGN.TIHE(20),DOS£(20,40,4,2)
      COhhON/LEIFAC/HLET(20).LLEI(20)
      COMMON/COMNU/NUCLID(40)fNONCLD,PSIZE(40),RESP(40),GIABS  (4,40),
     > INDPOP
      DATA FACD/1..1..1..100..1..!..!..100...001..001,.001,.l/
        DATA FACG/I.,I.,1.,100.,1.,1.,1.,106.,.001,.Oftl,.001,.I/
      DATA IKP/0/
CAAAAA?????????
CAAA    hULTIPLY DOSES  BY  EXPOSURES
CAAA    PREPARE TABLE FOR  HIGH AND LOU LET SEPARATELY
      IF (1KP.EQ.1) GO  TO  6
      IKP = 1
        DO 5 J=1.3
        FACD<4,J)=FACD(4,J)AGSCFAC
        FACG(4.J)=FACG(4,J)AGSCFAC
5       CONTINUE
   6  DO 50 L=l,2
   10 DO 20 K=1.2
   20 TIU2
      DO 40 11=1.3
        DO 42 J=1,NOREP
        DO 42 K=l,l
        OEAC(J.K)=1.
42      CONTINUE
      IDO=.FALSE.
        IF(lLET.EQ.l) GO TO 35
      DO 30 K=l,7
      ITAB(K)=0
      IF (IABLE(K).Nt.Il.AND.TABLE(K).NE.4) GO TO 30
      ITAB(K)=1
      IDO=.IRUE.
   30 CONTINUE
35      CONTINUE
      IF (IIAB(G).NE.O) 1IAB(6)=0
        ORC=ORG
      IF (IDO) CALL MULKlI.FACDd, IT), DOSEd . 1.1,L) .NORGN.ORGN, TITLE.
     > TITLA(1,IT),ITAB,IITL2,NOTE,NUN(1,IT),OFAC,OREP,NOREP,20,IFLAG)
        ORC=GON
        IF(lDO.AND.GENEtF)  CALL MULKII.FACG(1,IT),GDOSE(1.1,1,L).NGEN.
     >  GEN,TITLE,TITLGA(1,II),ITAB,TITL2,N012,NOX2,0.,0.,6,3,IFLAG)
        IF(Il.EQ.2) GO  TO  3s
        IF(NTLOC.EQ.O)  GO  TO 38
        DO 45 LL=1.NTLOC
        IF(FALOC(LL).NE.l)  GO TO 45
        IF(HLLOC(LL).EQ.l)  GO TO 45
        IF(LTABL£(LL).NE.IT .AND.  LTABLE(LL).NE.4)  GO TO 45
        CALL LOCTAB(IT,RNLOC(LL).PTLOC(LL),OGLOC(LL),FACD(1,II),
     A  DOSE(l,l.lrL)1TITLE,TITLA(l.IT).TITL2,ORGN.NORGN,20rl)
        IF(GENEFt)  CAEL LOCTAB(IT,RNLOC(LL).PTLOC(LL).OGLOC(LL).
     <  FACG( 1, IT), GDOSE(1,1,1,L>; TITLE, TIlLGAd, IT ),flTL2, GEN, NGEN,

45      CONTINUE
38      CONTINUE
      IF (INLPOP.NE.l)  GO  TO 50
   40 CONTINUE
   50 CONTINUE
CAAA    COMBINE HIGH AND LOW LEI USING INPUT QUALITY  FACTORS
      DO 70 K=1.2
      IIIL2
-------
      DO 80 1=1,4
      DO 80 J=1.NONCLD
        DOSE = ktET(K>+ DOSE(K, J. 1,2) AHLET GO TO 138
        IF(NTLOC.EQ.O) GO TO 138
        DO 135 LL=1.N1LOC
        IF(FALOC(LL).NE.l) GO TO 135
        IF(HLLOC(LL).EQ.O) GO TO 135
        IF(LTABLE(LL).NE.II -AND. LTABLE(LL).NE.4) GO TO 135
        CALL LOCTAB( IT.RNLOC(LL) .PTLOC(LL) .OGLOC(LL) .FACDd, IT),
     >  DOSE.TITLE,TITLB(1,IT).TIIL2.0RGN,NORGN.20.1)
        IF(GENEFF) CALL LOCTAB( IT,RNLOC(LL) ,PTL(3C(LL) ,OGLOC(LL),
     >  FACG(l.IT),GDOSE,TITLEfTITLGB(l,IT),TITL2,GEN,NGEN,3,l)
135     CONTINUE
138     CONTINUE
      IF (INDPOP.NE.l) GO TO 105
  100 CONTINUE
  105   DO 180 I = 1,4
        DO 180 J = 1,N8NCLD
        DO 180 K = 1,NORGN
          DOSE(K,J,I,1)  = SDOSE(K,J,Ifl>
          IF ( K .GT. NGEN ) GO TO 180
            GDOSE(K,J,1,1) = SGOSE(K,J,I,1)
  180   CONTINUE
      RETURN
      END
C
C
C
C
                                      A-83

-------
      SUBROUTINE PREPHRdABLE, ILET, IITLE.GSCFAC, IFLAG)
CAAA    PREPARE HEALTH RISKS TO BE OUTPUT
      REALA8 CANC,NUCLID,RNLOC,OGLOC,ORG,CAN,LAST,GEN,RREP,OREP,CREP,
     A  BL.GON
        COHMON/HEAD/ORG
        COMHON/COMRN/GREP(20),RREP(20),CREP(20),ULRN(20,20),
     A  RRISK,RREF<2>.RYRLL,NOREP,NftREP.NCREP
        DATA CAN/8H CANCER /,LAST/8HTOTAL   /,
     A  GON/8H GONAD  /
      INTEGER TABLE,FALOC,HLLOC,PTLOC
      LOGICAL IDO,GENEFF
        COMMON/COMLOC/RNLOC(10).OGLOC(10>,PTLOC<10),FALOC<10),
     >  HLLOC(10),LIABLE(10),NTLOC
        COMMON/COMGEN/GEN(3),NGEN.GDOSE<3.40,4,2),GRISK<3.40.4,2),
     >  GENEFF.GRFAC(2),REPPER.GLLET<3>.GHLEI<3>,GREF<3.40,4)
      DIMENSION IABLE FACD<4,3),IIAB(7>'TITLG(10.3>.FACG(4.3).NOI£(20>,NOT2<20>
     > ,NUN(8.3),DRISK(2),SRISK<26.46,4,2).SGISK<3,40.4.2)
        DATA NOTE/4HRABO,4HN DA,4HUGHT,4HEft E,4HXPOS,4HURE  ,4HRISK,
     >  4H:   ,12A4H    /,NOT2/20A4H    /
          DATA NUN/16A4H    .4H(D£A,4HrH/Y,4HR)   ,5A4H    /
      DATA IIl'LA/4HlNDlr4HVIDU.4HAL LF4HIFET,4HIME .4HRISK. 4H  (DE,
     > 4HATHS,4H)   ,4H    ,4HHEAN,4H IND,4HIVID,4HOAL  , 4HLIFE,4HTIhE,
     > 4H RIS,4HK (D,4HEATH,4HS)  ,4HFATA,4HL CA,4HNCER,4H RAT,
     > 4HE (D.4HEAIH.4H/YR).3A4H    /
        DATA 11ILG/4HINDI,4HYIDU,4HAL Gf4HENET,4HIC E,4HFFEC,4HTS P,
     <  4HER B,4HIR1H,4H    ,
     <  4HMEAN,4H IND,4HIVID,4HUAL ,4HGENEf4HTIC  ,4HEFFE,4HCIS  ,
     <  4H/BIR,4HTH  '''''''
     <  4HCOLL,4HECII,4HVE G,4HLNET,4HIC E,4HFFEC,4HT(EF,4HFECI,
     <  4HS/YR'4H)   I
      DATA FACD/2A1.E-5,10..1000.,2A1.E-5.10.,1000.,4AO./
        DATA FACG/1.,1.,1.,100.,1.,1.,1.,100.,.001,.001,.001,. I/
CAAAAA???????
      DATA IKP/0/
      DATA TLE1/4HLOW  .4HLET .4HHIGH.4H LET.4HCOMB.4H.LET/
      COMMON/COMCA/CANC(20),NCANC,RELABS(20),RISK(20f40,4,2),RTABLE(7).
     > AGEX,YRLL(20,40,4,2)
      COMMON/COMNU/NUCLlfi(40),NONCLDfPSIZE(40),RESP(40),GIABS (4.40),
     > INDPOP                                                   '    '
CAAA    MULTIPLY RISKS BY EXPOSURES
CAAA    PREPARE HIGH AND LOU LET SEPARATELY
      IE (IKP.EQ.l) GO TO 6
      IKP = 1
        DO 2 J=1.3
        FACD(4,J5=GSCFACAFACD(4,J)
        FACG(4.J)=GSCFACAFACG(4,J)
2       CONTINUE      »
      DO b J=l,4
        FACG(j;3)=FACG(J.2)AREPPER
5     FACD(J.3)=EACD(J,2)/AGEX
   6  DO 50 1=1,2
   10 DO 20 K=1.2
   20 TI1-L2(K)=ILEI(K,L)
        DO 25 1=1,4
        DO 25 J=1,NONCLD
        DO 25 K=1,NCANC
        RISK(NCANC+1,J,I,L)=R1SK(K,J,I,L)+RISK(NCANC+1,J,I,L)
25      CONTINUE
      DO 40 11=1,3
                                      A-84

-------
      IDO=.FALSE.
        IF(ILEI.EQ.l) GO TO 35
      DO 30 K=l,7
      ITAB(K)=0
      IF  GO TO 30
      IDO=.TRUE.
      ITAB(K)=1
   30 CONTINUE
35      CONTINUE
        ORG=CAN
        DRISK(1)=RRISK
        IFdt.EQ.3) DRISK(1)=RRISK/AGEX
        DRISK(2)=DftISK(l)
      IF (IDO) CALL MULTdT.FACDd,II).RISKd,l,l.L),NCANC + l,CANC,TITLE,
     > TITLAd,IT),ITAB,TIIL2,NOTE,NUN(l,II>,DRISK,CREP,NCREP,20,IFLAG)

        IFdDO.AND. GENEFF) CALL MULTdT.FACGd, IT) .GRISKd.1,1 ,L),
     >  l,GEN<3),TITLE,TIILGd,IT>,ITAB,TITL2,NOI2,NOT2,0.,&.,0,3,IFLAG>
        l£dT.EQl2) GO TO 38
        IF(NTLOC.EQ.O) GO TO 38
        DO 45 LL=1.NTLOC
        IF(FALOC.NE.2) GO TO 45
        IF(HLLOC(LL).EQ.l) GO TO 45
        IF(LTABLE(LL).NE.IT .AND. LTABLE(LL).NE.4) GO TO 45
        CALL LOCTABdT.RNLOC(LL) .PILOC(LL) .OGLOC(LL) .FACDd, IT),
     >  RISKd,l,l,L).TITLE,TITLAd,IT>.TITL2,CANC.NCANC,20.3>
        IF(GENEFF) CALL LOCTAB(IT,RNLOC(LL).PTLOC(LL),OGLOC(LL),
     <  EACGd, IT),GRISK(lfl,l,L),IITLEfTITLG(lf IT)fTITL2,
     <  GEN(3)!lf3 3)
45      CONTINUE
38      CONTINUE
      IF (INDPOP.NE.l) GO TO 50
   40 CONTINUE
   50 CONTINUE
CAAA    COMBINE HIGH AND LOU LET USING INPUT QUALITY FACTORS
      DO 70 1=1,4
      DO 70 J=1.NONCLD
        RISK(NCANC+l,J,Irl>=0.0
      DO r/0 K=1,NCANC
        SRISK(K,J.Ifl) = RISK(K.J,I,1)
      RISK(K.J.I.l)=RISK(K.J,I.mRISK(K,3,I,2)
        RISK(N£ANC+l,J,I,l5=filSK(NCANC+l J,1,l)+RISK(KrJf1,1)
        IF(K.GX.l) Gfi TO 70
        SGISK(K,J,I,1) = GRISK(K,J,I.l)
        GRISK(K'j|lIl)=GRISK(K,J,I,l)+GRISK(K,J,I,2)
70      CONTINUE
        CANC(NCANC+1)=LAST
      DO 80 K=l,2
      TITL2(K)=TLET(K,3)
   80 CONTINUE        '
      DO 100 11=1,3
      IDO=.FALSE.
        IFdLEl.EQ.O) GO TO 95
      DO 90 K=l,6
      ITAB(K)=0
      IF 
-------
        DRISK(1)=RRISK
        IF(11-.EQ.3) DRISK(1)=RRISK/AGEX
        DRISK(2)=DRISK(1)
        ORG=CAN
      IF (IDO) CALL MULt(IT,FACD(l, IT).RISK,NCANC+1,CANC,TITLE.  TITLAd,
     > II).ITABfTIIL2,NOIE,NUNd, II),DRISK,CR£P,NCREP,20,IFLAG)
        ORG=GON
        IF(IDO.AND.GENEFF) CALL HULK Il.FACGd , IT) .GRISK, 1 ,GEN<3) ,
     >  TITLE.TITLG(1,IT),IIAB,TITL2,NOl2,NOI2f0.,0.,0,3,IFLAG)
        IF(It!EQ.2) Gfi 1-0 138
        IF(NTLOC.£Q.O) GO TO 138
        DO 135 LL=1,NTLOC
        IF(fALOC(LL).N£.2) GO TO 135
        IF(HLLOC(LL).EQ.O) GO TO 135
        IF(LIA6LE(LL).NE.rr .AND. LTABLE(LL).NE.4)  GO TO  135
        CALL LOClAB  RISK.TITLE,IITLAd.IT>.TITL2,CANC.NCANC.20,3)
        IF(GtNEFF) CALL LO^TAB!IT.RNLOC(LL).PTLOC(LL).OGLOC(LL),
     >  FACGd. II),GRISK,IITLE,TIILG(1,II),IITL2,GEN<3),1|3,3)
135     CONTINUE
138     CONTINUE
      IF (INDPOP.NE.l) GO TO 105
  100 CONTINUE
  105   DO 170 1 = 1,4
        DO 170 J = 1,NONCLD
        DO 170 K = 1,NCANC
          RISK(K,J.I,1> = SRISK(K,J,I,1)
          IF < K .EG.  1 ) GKISK(K,J,1,1) = SGISK(K,J,1,1)
  170   CONTINUE
      RETURN
      END
C
C
C
C
      SUBROUTINE PREPRF(TABLE.TITLE.GSCFAC,IFLAG)
CAAA    PREPARE HEALTH EQUIVALENT FACTORS TO BE OUTPUT.
      REALA8 CANC,NUCLID,TOTAL,RNLOC,OGLOC,ORC,CAN,GEN,OREP,RREP,CREP.
     > GON
        COMMON/COHRN/OREP(20).RREP(20),CREP(20),ULRN(20,20),
     A  RRISK.RREF(2),RYRLL,NOREP,NRREP,NCREP
        LOGICAL GENEFF
        COMMON/HEAD/ORC
        DATA CAN/8H CANCER /,GON/8H GONAD  /
      DATA TOTAL/8HU.  BODY /
      INTEGER TABLE,FALOC,HLLOC,PTLOC
      LOGICAL IDO
        COHhON/COHLOC/RNLOC(10).OGLOC(10),PTLOC(10),FALOC(10),
     >  HLLOC(10).LTABLE(10)rNTLOC
        COHMON/COI!lGENrGEN(3),NGEN.GDOSE<3.40,4,2),GRISK(3.40,4,2),
     >  GENEEF.GRFAC(2).REPPER.GLLET(3).GHLET(3),Gf ITAB(7),NOTE(20).TIILG(10,3).FACG(4.3),NOTA(20),DREF(2) NUN(8,3)
          DATA NUN/4H(MRE,4HM/YR,4H)    ,5A4H    .4H(HRE.
     >   4HH/YR,4H)   ,5A4H    ,4H(PER,4HSON ,4HREM/,4HYR) ,
     >    4A4H    /
        DATA N01E/4HRAD0.4HN DA.4HUGHT.4HER E,  4HXPOS.4HURE ,
     >  4HRISK.4H EQU.4HIVAL,4HENI:,10A4H    /,NOTA/20A4H    /
        DATA EACD/l.,l.,l.E6,l.E8fl.,l.,l.E6,l.E8,.001,
     A  ,001,1.E3,1.E5/
                                    A-86

-------
        DATA FACG/l.yl.,l.,100.yl.yl.,l.y100.,.001y.001y.001,.l/
      DATA  IKP/0/
      DATA  11TLA/4HIND1,4HVIDU.4HAL R,4HISK  ,4HEQ.  .4HRATE. 4H  (MR,
     > 4HEM/Y,4HEAR),4H    ,4HHEAN,4H IND, 4HIVID, 4HCIAL  .  4HRISK,4H  EQ-,
     > 4H RAT 4HE(MR 4HEM/Y 4HEAR) 4HCOLL 4HECTI, AWE  ft,4HISK  ,4HEQ  Rf
     > 4HATE(,4HPERS!4HON R 4HEM/Y, 4HEAR)/
        DATA 1ITLG/4HINDI.4HVIDU.4HAL G,4HENEI,4HIC R,4HISK ,
     A  4HEQ. .4H(HRE.4HM/YE,4HAR> ,
     A4HMEAN,4H IND,4HIVID,4HUAL  ,4HGENE, 4HTIC ,4HRISKy
     A4H EQ.,4H(HRE,4HM/Y>,
     A4HCOLL,4H. GE,4HNETI,4HC RI,4HSK E,4HQ. (,4HPERS,
     A4HON  R,4HEh/Y,4HEAR)/
      DATA  TITL2/4H     .4H     /
      COMHON/COhCA/CANC(20).NCANC,RELABS(20)rRISK(20,40y4y2)
      COMMON/COhRF/REF(20.40,4).FTABLE(7)
      COhMON/COMNU/NUCLID(40),NONCLDfPSIZE(40)fRESP(40)yGIABS (4,40),
     > INDPOP
      CANC(NCANR)=TOTAL
        CREP(NLREP+1)=101AL
      IF (IKP.EQ.l) GO TO 6
      IKP = 1
        DO 5 J=1.3
        FACD(4,J)=FACL(4,J)AGSCFAC
        FACG(4.J)=FACG(4,J)AGSCFAC
5       CONTINUE
   6  DO 20 IT=1,3
      IDO=. FALSE.
      DO 10 K=l,7
      ITAB(K)=0
      IF (1ABLE(K).NE.I1.AND.TABLE(K).NE.4) GO TO 10
      ITAB(K)=1
      IDO=.TRUE.
   10 CONTINUE
        NCRR=NCREP+1
        IF(NCREP.EQ.O) NCRR=0
       ORC=CAN
        FAC=1.
        IF(1T.EQ.3)FAC=.001
        DO 12 J=1,NCRR
 12      DREF( J)=RREF( J) AFAC
      IF (IDO) CALL HULl-(lT.FACD(l,IT),REF.NCANRyCANC,TITLE, TIILA(1,IT)
     > fITAB.TITL2,NOTE,NUN(l,IT),DR£F,CREP,NCRR,20,IFLAG)
        ORC=GON
        IF(IDO.AND.GENEFF) CALL HULK IT,FACG( 1 , IT) .GREF. 1 ,GEN(3) .
     >  TITLE, TITLGd, IT), ITAB,TITL2,NOIA,NOTA 0. ,6. ,0,3, iFLAG)
        IF(I1.EQ.2) Gfi TO 38
        IF(NTLOC.EQ.O) GO TO 38
        DO 3b LL=1.NTLOC
        IF(FALOC(LL)1NE.3) GO TO 35
        IF(LTABLE(LL).NE.IT .AND. LTABLE(LL) .NE.4) GO TO 35
        CALL LOCTAB(IT.RNLOC(LL),PTLOC(LL).OGLOC(LL),FACD(1,IT),
     A  REF.TITLE.TirLA(l.IT).IITL2.CANC.NCANR.20.2)
        IF(GENEFF) CALL LflCTABt IT.RNLOC(LL) ,PTLOC(LL) ,OGLOC(LL) ,
     A  FACGd. IT), GREF, TITLE, TIILGd, IT) ,TITL2,GEN(3) ,1 ,3,2)
35      CONTINUE
38      CONTINUE
      IF (INDPOP. NE.l) RETURN
   20 CONTINUE
      RETURN
                                   A-87

-------
      END
C
C
C
C
      SUBROUTINE DRTAB(ARRAY,NORGN,ORGN,TITLE,TITL1 ,DTABLE, TULA,NOTE,
     A  NUN.RFAC.CREP.NCREP,IFLAG)
CAAA    THIS ROUTINE OUTPUT THE APPROPRIATE TABLES.
      REALA8 ORGN.NUCLID,ORC,SUM,CREP,OREP,RREP,CFAK,RADON
        DATA RADON/8HRN-222  /
        COHMON/COMRN/OREP(20),RREP(20),CFAK(20),ULRN<20,20),
     A  RRISK,RREF(2),RYRLL,NOREP,NRfiEP,NFREP
        COhhON/HEAD/ORC
      COMMON/PDCF/DCFCTR(4,40)

      JIMENS10NTARfeAY(20.40.4),ORGN(l),TITLE(20).TITLA(2).PATH(4,7).
     > DTABLE(1)1TITL1(10),NOTE(20),CREP(1),WLSUH(4).RFACINCREP),NUN(8)
      DATA PATH/4HINGE.4HSTI0.4HN   .4H    .4HINHA.4HLATI.4HON   .
     > 4H    ,4HAIR ,4HIMME,4HRSIO,4HN    .4HGROU.4HND S, 4HURFA,4HCE   ,
     > 4HINIE 4HRNAL 4H    ,4H    , 4HEXTE,4HRNAL,4H     ,4H     ,
     > 4H     ,4H     ,4H     ,4H     /
      DATA SUM/8HTOTAL   /
      COMHON/COMNU/NUCLID<40),NONCLD,PSIZE<40),RESP<40),GIABS (4,40),
     > INDPOP
      COMMON/COMUS/SUMX(40,7),SUMY(40,3),PERX(40)rPERY(40),TVAL(40),
     > FACO(20 4)
CAAA    SUM 0\>h ALL NUCL1DES FOR EACH ORGAN AND PATHUAY
CAAA    PATHUAY 5 IS INTERNAL, 6 IS EXTERNAL,  AND 7 IS ALL PATHWAYS
      DO 10 1=1,7
      DO 10 K=1,NORGN
   10 SUHX(K,1)=0.0
      DO 30 1=1,4
      DO 20 K=1,NORGN
      DO 20 J=1,NONCLD
      SUMX(K.I)=SUMX(K.I)+ARRAY(K,J,I)
      IF (I.LE.2) SUhX(K,5)=SUMX(K,5)+ARRAY(K,J,I)
      IF (1.GE.3) SUMX(K,6)=SUMX(K.6)+ARRAY(K,J.I)
      SUMX(K.7)=SUHX(K,7))-ARRAY(K,J,I)
   20 CONTINUE
   30 CONTINUE
C
C      IE DOSE FACTOR CALCULATION TRANSFER TO  STATEhENT 350
C
      IF (IFLAG.EQ.l)  GO TO 350
C
CAAA    TABLE 1
      IF (DIABLE(l).EQ.O)  GO  TO  80
      DO 70 1=1.4
      WRITE(G,10000)  JITLE.TITL1.TITLA
      URITE(6,10200)  '(PAXHtN. I) ,N=1,4)
      WRITE(6,10300)  ORC,(ORGN(K),K=1,NORGN)
      WRITE(6,10400)
      DO 60 J=1,NONCLD
      DO 40 K=1,NORGN
      PERX(K)=0.0
   40 IF (SUMX(K.I).NE.O.O) PERX(K)=ARRAY(K.J.I)/SUHX(K.I)A100.
      WRITE(6,10500)  NUCLID(J).(ARRAY(K.J,I),K=1,NORGN)
      WRITt(6,10600)  (PATH(N,1),N=1,4),(P£RX(K).K=1.NORGN)
      DO 50 K=1,NORGN
      11=5
                                    A-88

-------
      IF  (I.GT.2)  11=6
      PERX=0.0
   50 IF  A100.
      WRITE(6,10600)  ORC,(CREP
       WRITE(6.20400)NUN,(RFAC(JJ).JJ=lfNCREP)
115     CONTINUE     '
110     CONTINUE
CAAA    TABLE 3
  120  IF  (DTABLE(3).EQ.O) GO TO 170
       WRITE(6,10000) TITLE,11111,TULA
       WRITE(6f10900)
       WRITE(6,10300) ORC,(ORGN(K),K=1,NORGN)
      WRIIE(6,10400)
       DO 160 J=1,NONCLD
       DO 130 K=1.NORGN
  130  TVAL(K)=0.0
                                    A-89

-------
      DO 150 K=1,NORGN
      DO 140 1=1,4
      IVAL NOTE
        IF(RFACd).EQ.O.O) GO TO 165
        WRITE(6,10300)ORC, (CREP(K),K=1,NCREP>
        WRITE(6,20400)NUN, (RFAC SUHX(K.I)
      DO 210 J=1,NONCLD
      11=1
      IF (I.G1.2)  11=2
      PERX(J)=0.0
      IF (SUMY(J.II).NE.O.O)  PERX(J)=ARRAY(K,J,I)/SUMY(J,IDA100.
      PERY(J)=0.0
      IF (SUHY(J,3).NE.O.O) PERY(J)=ARRAY(K,J,I)/SUMY(J,3)A100.
  210 CONTINUE
      WPP=0.0
      IF (SUHX(K,4+1^1).NE.0.0)  WPP=SUMX(K, I)/SUHX(K,4-HI)A100.

      IF"(SUHX(K,7).NE.O.O) WP=SUMX(K.I)/SUHX(K.7)A100.
      WRITE(6,11500) (PAIH(N.4+II),N=1.4),(PERX(J),J=l,NONCLD)fUPP
      URITE(6 11600) (PERY(J),J=1,NONCLD),WP
      WRITE(6'l0100)
  220 CONTINUE
      DO 240 1=1.2
      WRIl;E<6,11400) (PATH(N,I+4),N=1,4),
-------
  230 IF  PERX WP=SUMX(K,4+I)/SUMX(K,7)A100.
      URITE(6,ll6oO>  NUN, fiFAC(JJ)
255     CONTINUE
245     CONTINUE
  250 CONTINUE
CAAA    TABLE 5
  260 IE (DTABLE(b).EQ.O) GO TO 350
      DO 340 J=1.NONCLD
      URIIE(6,10000) TITLE,TITL1,TULA
      URIIE(6,11800) NUCLID(J)
      DO 270 1=1,3
      DO 270 K=1.NORGN
  270 SUMY(K?I)=0.0
      DO 280 1=1,4
      DO 280 K=1.NORGN
      IF (I.LE.2I SUMY(K,1)=SUMY
      IE (I.GE.3) SUHY(K.2)=SUMY(K,2)+ARRAY(K,J,I)
      SUMY(K,3)=SUHY(K,3)+ARRAY(K,J,I)
  280 CONTINUE
      URIIE(6,11900) ORC,(ORGN(K),K=1,NORGN)
      URI1£(6,11300)
      DO 300 1=1,4
      URIT£(6,11400) (PATH(N,I),N=lF4),(ARRAY(K,J,I)fK=l,NORGN)

      IF (I.GE.3) 11=2
      DO 290 K=1.NORGN
      PERX(K)=0.0
      IF (SUHY(K.II).NE.O.O) PERX=0.0
      IF (SUMY(K,3).NE.O.O) PERY(K)=ARRAY
-------
      PERX(K)=0.0
  330 IE ,K=1,NCREP)
335     CONTINUE
  340 CONTINUE
CAAA    TABLE 6
  350 IF (DTABLE(G).EQ.O) GO TO 500
        DO 360  1=1.7
        TVAL(I)=0.0
        DO 360 J=1.NONCLD
        SUMX(J.I)=6.0
360     CONTINUE
  390 DO 400 1=1,4
      DO 400 J=1.NONCLD
      SUMXU, I)=ARRAY(NGRGN. J, I)
        IF(I.GE.3) GO TO 40l
      SUHX(J.5)=SUMX(J.5)+ARRAY
-------
      IF (IVALdD.NE.O.O) WP=TVAL. (P£RX(J),J=l,NONCLD),UP
      WRITE(6 11600) (PERY(J),J=l,NONCLD),WPP
      URim&'lOlOO)
  430 CONTINUE
      DO 450  1=5.6
      WRIIE<6,11400) 
-------
        WRITE (6, 11600) (PERYU>,J=1,NORGN)
        WRIIE<6. 10100)
575     CONTINUE
        DO 590 1=5.6
        WRITE (6, 11400) 
612     CONTINUE
        WRITE* 6, 10300 >ORC, (CREP(L) .1=1 .NCREP)
        URITE(6,20400)NUNf (ULSUH(L) ,L=1 , NCREP)
600     CONTINUE
      RETURN
10000 FORHAT(lHlf20X,20A4/21X,10A4/21X,2A4)
10100 FORMAT(IX)
10200 FORMATCO^AA FOR PATHWAY: '.4A4//)
10500 EORMAT(lX.A8r23X.lP10G10.3/(33XFlP10G10.3))
10600 FORHATdlH X OF TOTAL, 1X.4A4.4X. 1P10G10.3/O3X. 1P10G10.3) )
10700 FORMATQ1H Z OF TOTAL.21X. IPIOGIO.3/ (33X, 1P10G10.3) )
10800 FORMATCOTOTAL     ' ,21X.1P10G10.3/(33X,1P10G10.3) )
10900 FORMATCOAAA FOR ALL  PATHWAYS:'//)
11000 FORMAT*'  TOTAL' .26X, 1P10G10.3/O3X, 1P10G10.3) )
11100 FORMAT COAAAFORJ,A8,':'A8//)
11200 FORMATC  NUCLIDES' ,23X, 10(2X, A8)/(33X, 10(2X.A8) ) )
11300 FORMATC  PATHWAYS'/)
11400 FORMAT(1X,4A4,15X.1P10G10.3/(33X.1P10G10.3))
11500 FORMAH&H Z OF , 1X.4A4 .9X.1P10G10.3/ (33X, 1P10G10.3) )
11600 FORMATU8H Z OF ALL PATHWAYS, 14X. 1P10G10.3/ (33X. 1P10G10.3) )
11700 FORMAT(24H TOTAL OVER ALL PATHWAYS, 8X, 1P10G10.3/C33X, 1P10G10. 3) )
11800 FORMATCOFOR NUCLIDE: ' ,A8)
11900 FORMAT ( IX. A8,23X, 10 (2X, A8)/(33X.10(2X, A8) ) )
12000 FORMATU1H Z OF, TOTAL, 21X, 1P10G10.3/(33X, 1P10G10.3) )
12100   FORMAICOAAASUMMED  6vfcR ALL',A8)
12200   FORMAICOAAASUMMED  OVER ALL NUCLIDES')
20100   FORMAT('0'/////10X,20A4)
20400   EORMA1-(1X,8A4,1P10G10.3)
      END
C
C
C
C
      SUBROUTINE CHLOC(PLOC.CONC.GSCFAC, IFLAG)
      REALA8 CANC.NUC.NUCL ID, RADON. OREP,CREP,RREP,PNUC
      DIMENSION CONC(4),FAC(4),IOR(4)
                                    A-94

-------
        DATA FAC/2A1.E-5,10.,1000./
        DATA IKP/0/
        DATA BRTHRI/.83E6/
      DATA RADON/8HRN-222  /
      DATA IOR/3,4,1,2/
      COHMON/COM£xMpP(20.20f40.4),POP(20f20),POPFAC,TOTFAC,  NOL,NOU,
     > NRL,NRU,IDIST(20>,ILOC.JLOC
      COMMON/COMCA/CANC(20),NCANC,RELABS(20),RISK(20,40,4,2)f  RTABLE(7)F
     > AGEX.YRLL(20,40,4.2)
        COHflON/COHRF/REF<20.40.4).FTABLt<7)
      COhMON/COMNU/NUCLID(46),NONCLD.PSrZ£(40>.RESP<40),GIABS  (4,40),IND
        COHMQN/COMRN/OREP<20).RREP(20),CREP(20),WLRN(20,20)
     A  .RRISK.RREF(2),RYRLL.NOREP.NRREP,NCREP
      COHMON/COMUS/IRISK<20, 20) .10(400)
      COhMON/PASS/PNUC<40).PCONl<40>,PCON2(40>>PCON3<40),
     &       PCON4(40).PPOP.LLIND.LDIST
      DIHENSION SRISK(400),ANGLE(1G)
        DATA ANGLE/4HN   .4HNNE  ,4HNE  .4HENE  ,4HE   ,
     A  4HESE .4HSE  , 4HSSE  ,4HS   ,4HSSW r4HSU  ,4HUSU ,
     B  4HU   .4HUNU ,4HNU  ,4HNNU /
      EQUIVALENCE(TRISK(1.1),SRISK(D)
        IF (IKP.EQ.O)  FAC(4)=FAC(4)AGSCFAC
        IKP = 1
        DO 2 K=l,20
        DO 2 1=1,20
        POP(L,K)=1.0
        ULRN
-------
     A  CONC(L)AFAC(IOR(L)>
   50 CONTINUE
      DO 60 1=1,4
      EXPP=0.0
        DO 180 N=l,2
        DO 180 K=1.4
        DO 180 NC=1,NCANC
        IRISK(JLO,ILO)=lRISK(aLOlILO)+RISK(NC,J>K,N)AEXPP(JLO,ILO,JfK)A
     A  FAC(K)
180     CONTINUE
        ULRN(JLO,ILO)=WLEyEL
        IRISK  ' OR INGESTION RATE EXPOSURES FOR RN-222.')
   90 CONTINUE
  110 IE (1LOC.NE.O.AND.JLOC.NE.O) GO TO 130
      LENO=NOU-NOL+1
      LENR=NRU-NRL+1
      NLOC=LENOALENR
      J=0
      DO 120 ILO=NOL,NOU
      DO 120 JLO=NRL,NRU
      IFdND.EQ.l .AND. POP( ILO. JLO) .NE.O.O)TRISK( JLO, ILO) =
     < TRISK(JLO,ILO)/POP
-------
  140 T01POP=IOIPOP+POP(K2,K1)
      IOIEAC=1./IOIPOP
150      ANG=ANGLE(HOD(17-ILOC.16)-t-l)
      IF (IFLAG.GT.3) URITE(6, 10000) IDIST (JLOC) , ANG,SRISK(NOP>
      RFTURN
10000   FORMATC1IHE LOCATION USED FOR THE SELECTED INDIVIDUAL',
C
C
C
C

C

C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
     > '  EXPOSURE IS ',17 '  hETERS 'A4,'FROM THE SOURCE.'/
     >  '  THE FATAL CANCER RISK AT THAT LOCATION IS ',G10.3)
      END




      SUBROUTINE VSORIP 
-------
   60
C
C
C
C
C
C
   70
   80
GO TO 70
T1=A(L)
A=A TITL1<1).TIIL2<1),NAHNOC(1),TABLE(1>,NOIE<1),CREP(20),RFACI(2&>,
     >  RFACO(20).NUN(1)
      GO TO (10,36,50),IM
   10 DO 20 1=1 4
      DO 20 J=1,NONCLD
      DO 20 K=l'NOC
      ARRAYO(K,J,I)=ARRAY1(K,J,I)AEXPP(JLOC,ILOC,J,I)ACONFAC(I)APOPFAC
   20 CONTINUE
        RFACO(1)=0.0
        IF(NCREP.EQ.O) GO TO 80
        DO 25 I=1,NCREP
25      RFACO( I)=RFACI( I)AWLRN( JLOC, ILOOAPOPFAC
      GO TO 80
   30 DO 40 1=1,4
      DO 40 J=1,NONCLD
      DO 40 K=l'NOC
      ARRAYO(K,J.I)=O.ODO
      DO 40 1I=NCIL,NOU
      DO 40 JJ=NRL NRU
      ARRAYO(K.J.I)=ARRAYO(K,J,I)+ARRAYI(K,J,I)  AEXPP(JJ,II,J,DA
     > CONFAC(I)ATOTFAC
   40 CONTINUE
        RFACO<1)=0.0
        RFACO(2)=0.0
        IF(NCREP.EQ.O) GO TO 80
        DO 45 I=1,NCREP
        DO 45 I1=NOL,NOU
        DO 45 JJ=NRL,NRU
        RFACO(1)=RFAC1(1)AULRN(JJ,II)ATOTFAC+RFACO(I)
45      CONTINUE
      GO 10 80
   50 DO 70 1=1,4
      DO 70 J=1,NONCLD
      TEXPP=0.0
      DO 60 II=NOL,NOU
      DO 60 JJ=NRL,NRU
      TEXPP=TEXPP+EXPP(JJ,II,J,I)
   60 CONTINUE         »
      DO 70 K=1.NOC
        ARRAYO(K,J,I)=ARRAYI(K,J,I)ATEXPPACONFAC(I)
   70 CONTINUE
        RFACO(1)=0.0
        IF(NCREP.EQ.O) GO TO 80
        TULRN=0.0
        DO 65 II=NOL,NOU
        DO 65 JJ=NRL,NRU
        TULRN=TULRN+HLRN(JJ,II)
65      CONTINUE
        DO 75 I=1,NCREP
                                      A-99

-------
        RFACO(I)=RFACI(I>ATWLRN
75      CONTINUE
   80 CALL DRTAB
      NAMELIST/ ORGANF/NORGB,ORGB,ORGDAI,IPATH
      READ(26,ORGANF)
      WRIIE(6,10000)
      DO 10 J=1.NORGB
      WRIIE<6,10100) ORGB(J),ORGDAT(J)
      IF (IPATH(J).NE.5> WRITE<6,10200) IPAIH(J)
   10 IF (IPAIH(J).EQ.S) WRIIE<6,10300)
      DO 80 K=1,NORGN
      DO 30 1=1 4
   30 t'ACO(K.I)=0.0
      DO 40 J=1.NORGB
      IF 
      GO TO 80
   60 DO 70 1=1,4
      FACO(K,1)=ORGDAT(J)
   70 CONTINUE
   80 CONTINUE
      RETURN
10000 FORMAK'OORGAN DOSE WEIGHTING FACTORS'//
     A   ' ORGAN     FACTORS   PATHWAYS'/)
10100 FORhAT (1X,A8.1X,F8.5)
10200 FORhAI('+' 19X,I2>
10300 FORMAK' + 'JigX,' 1234')
      END
C
C
C
C
      SUBROUTINE LOCIABt IT.RN,PT,OG,FACD, ARRAY,TITLE,TITL1,TULA,
     <  ORGN,NOfiGN,NDIM,NO)
        8EALA8 RN,OGf3UH,NUCLID,ORGN,WLOPT(2)FOREP,RREP,CREP,PUL,

        COMMON/COMRN/OREP(20),RREP(20),CREP(20),WLRN(20,20),RRISK,
     A  RREF(2),RYRLL,NOREP.NRREP.NCREP
        COMMON/COMCA/DUM(6468),AGEX
        INTEGER PT
        DIMENSION IITLE(20),TIILA(2),TITLl(10),ARRAY(NDIM,40f4)f
     <  ORGN(1).FACD(1).TPATH(4.7>,IDIR(16)
        COMHON/COMUS/OUTPUI(40.40),HOLDC(40),HOLDR(40)
        DATA IDIR/1,16,15.14.13.12,11,10,9,8,7,6,5.4.3,2/
      DATA 1PATH/4HINGE,4HSTIO,4HN   ,4H    ,4HINHA,4HLATI,4HON  ,
                                    A-100

-------
     > 4H    ,4HAIR ,4HIhME,4HRSIO,4HN   .4HGROU.4HND S,  4HUflFA,4HCE
     > 4HINTE 4HRNAL 4H    ,4H    ,  4HEXTE,4HRNAL,4H    ,4H    ,
     > 4HALL .4H    . 4H    ,4H    /
        DATA £Uh/8HSUH     /.ULOPT/8HWORKLEVLrSHULSUM   /,
     A  PUL/8HPULhNARY/.TBEQ/8H60DY  EQ./
      COMMON/COMNU/NUCLlD(40),NONCLD,PSIZE(40),RESP<40),GIABS (4,40),
     > INDPOP
      COMhON/COMEX/LXPP(20.20,40,4),POP(20,20),POPFAC,TOTFAC, NOL,NOU,
     > NRLJNRU,IDIST(20).ILOC.JLOC
        COhMON/COMUOR/WT(20,4)
10000   FORhAT(lHl,20X,20A4/21X,10A4/21X,2A4)
        DO 10 K=1.40
        HOLDR(K)=6.0
        HOLDC(K)=0.0
        DO 10 L=l,40
10      OUTPU1(L,K)=0.0
        TSUM=0.0
        DO 12 J=l,2
        IF(RN.LQ.WLOPT(J))  GO TO 1000
12      CONTINUE
14      CONTINUE
          IF(RN.EQ.SUh) GO  TO 75
        IF(RN.EQ.WLOPT(2»  GO TO 75
        DO 50 J=1.NONCLD
        IF(RN.EQ.NUCLIB(J» GO TO 70
        CONTINUE
        URITE(6.10500) RN
        FORMATS RADIONUCLIDE ',A8.
        ' IS NOT IN LIST. TABLE WILL BE SKIPPED.')
        RETURN
        INE=J
        GO TO 80
        INB=1
        INE=NONCLD
        CONTINUE
        IF(OG.EQ.SUM)  GO TO 175
        DO 150 J=1,NORGN
        IF(OG.EQ.ORGN(J)) GO TO 170
        CONTINUE
        URITE(6,10600) OG
50

10500


70

75

80



150

10600
     i

170


175
185

180
190
195
FORMAT^ ORGAN '.A8,' IS NOT IN LIST.',
' TABLE WILL BE SKIPPED.')
RETURN
IOB=J
IOE=J
GO TO 180
IOB=1
IOE=NORGN     (
IF(IT.EQ.3) GO TO 180
IFdl.EQ.l) GO TO 185
IOB=NORGN
IOE=NORGN
GO TO 180
CONTINUE
GO TO 195
DO 190 1=1.4
DO 190 K=IOB,IOE
UT(K,I)=1.
CONTINUE
CONTINUE
                                      A-101

-------
        IPT=PT
        IPB=I?T
        IPE=IPI
        IF(IPI.LE.4) GO TO 184
177     CONTINUE
        IPT=IPT-4
        GO TO (181,182,183),IPT
181     IPB=1
        IPE=2
        GO TO 184
182     IPB=3
        IPE=4
        GO TO 184
183     IPB=1
        IPE=4
184     CONTINUE
        DO 300 1PT=IPB,IPE
        DO 300 IN=INB,INE
        DO 300 IO=IOB,10E
        DO 300 II=NOL,NOU
        DO 300 JJ=NRL,NRU
        OUTPUt(JJ,II)=OUlPUT(JJ,II)+ARRAY(IO,IN,IPT)AFACD(IPT)A
     >  EXPP(JJ,II,IN,IPI)
300     CONTINUE
305     IF(IT.EQ.3) GO TO 500
        DO 400 II=NOL,NGU
        DO 400 JJ=NRL,NRU
        IF(POP(1I,JJ).EQ.O.O)  GO TO 375
        OUTPUT(JJ,II)=OUTPUT(JJ,II)/PUP(II,JJ)
        GO TO 400
375     OUIPUT(JJ,II)=0.0
400     CONTINUE
        WRIIE<6,10000) TITLE,IITL1.TULA
        WRITE(6'10100) RN,OG ,K=1,4)
        DO 600 JJ=NRL.NRU
        WRIIE<6,10200) ID1SH JJ), (OUIPUK JJ, IBIR< ID), 11=1,8)
600     CONTINUE
        URIIE(6,10125)
        DO 605 JJ=NRL.NRU
        WRITE(6,10200) IDISK JJ), (OUIPUK JJ, IDIR( II)), 11=9,16)
605     CONTINUE
        RETURN
500     WRIIE<6.10000) TITLE,TITL1,TULA
        DO 680 11=1,16
        DO 680 JJ=NRL,NRU
        HOLDC<1I)=OUTPU1(JJ,II)+HOLDC(II)
        HOLDR(JJ)=OUTPUT(JJ,II)+HOLDR(JJ)
 680    TSUH=OUTPUT
-------
1001

1100


1150



1200
1250
1300
1350
1400
1450
10100
    /
10125
     >

10175'
10200
10205
10250

C
C
C
C
IF(OG.EQ.TBEU) GO TO 1001
IF(J.EQ.l) GO TO 305
GO TO 14
CONTINUE
IF(NO.NE.l) GO 10 1200
DO 1150 II=NOL,NOU
DO 1150 JJ=NRL.NRU
OUTPUT(JJ,II)=WLRN(JJ,II)
CONTINUE
OG=SUM
PT=7
GO TO 305
IF(NO.NE.3) GO TO 1300
FAC=1.
IF(11.EQ.3) FAC=1./AGEX
DO 1250 II=NOL,NOU
DO 1250 JJ=NRL,NRU
OUTPU1UJ, II)=RRISKAULRN(JJ,II)AFAC
CONTINUE
IF(J.EQ.l) GO TO 305
GO TO 14
IF(OG.NE.PUL) GO 10 1400
EAC=1.
IF(I1.EQ.3) FAC=.001
DO 1350 II=NOL,NOU
DO 1350 JJ=NRL[NRU
OUIPUl(ja,II)=RREF(l)AWLRN(JJ,II)AFAC
CONTINUE
IF(J.EQ.l) GO TO 500
GO TO 14
IF(OG.NE.TBEQ) RETURN
FAC=1.
IF(I1.EQ.3) FAC=.001
DO 1450 II=NOL,NOU
DO 1450 JJ=NRL,NRU
QUIPUI(JJ,II)=RREF(2)AWLRN(JJ,II)AFAC
CONTINUE
IF(J.EGl.l) GO 10 305
GO TO 14
FORMATC FOR RADIONUCL1DE : ',A8/
' AND ORGAN/CANCER  :',A8/
' AND PATHWAY : ',4A4/
' DIRECTIONS:' 3X,'N'12X.'NN£'.10X,'NE'Ai
'ENE',lOX.'E' m.'ESE' 10X 'SEJf11X,'SSE'/  '
'  DISTANCE'/'  (METERS):'/)
FORMA1(////15X,'S' 12X,'SSU'plOX/SU'.HX.'UBU'. lOX.'W
,12X.'UNU',10X,'NWr.llX.'NNW'/'  DISTANCE*/'   (MEIERS):')
FORMAT(////15X,/S'l2X.5SSU'10X'SU'llX,'USU'f10X,/U'
.^X.'UNW. 10X,.'NWJ,llXf'NNUSIOX/SUM'/'  DISTANCE'/
1  (HETERSJ:')'
FORMAT(I10,1P8G13.3)
FORMAKI10.1P9G13.3)
FORMAT('OSUM',6X,1P9G13.3)
END
      SUBROUTINE SUMMRY
-------
     A  OREP,RREP,CREP,RN222
        LOGICAL GENEFF,RNUR
      REAL LLET
C
      COMMON/COMEX/EXPP(20.20,40.4),POP(20,20),POFFAC,TOTFAC, NOL,NOU,
     > NRL,NRU,IDIST(20).ILOC.JLOC
      COMMON/COMOR/ORGN(20).NORGN.TIME(20).DOSE(20.40,4,2). DTABLE<7)
        COMMON/COMRN/OREP<26>.RREP(20>.CREP<20>,WLRN(20,20),
     A  RRISK.RREF(2).RYRLL.NOREP,NRREP,NCREP
      COHhON/LETFAC/HLET<20).LLEI<20)
      COMMON/CO«NU/NUCLID(40),NONCLD,PSIZE(40)fRESP(40)fGIABS (4,40),
     > INDPOP
        COMHON/COMGEN/GEN(3),NGEN.GDOSE<3.40,4.2),GRISK<3.40.4,2),
     >  GENEFF,GRFAC(2).REPPER,GLLEr(3).GHLET(3).GREF(3.40,4)
        COMMON/COHUS/STLOW(40),STHIG(40),SICOM(46),STGLO(46),
     A  STGHI(40),S'fGCO(40)
        DIMENSION DOSFACU) ,GENFAC(4) ,TITLE(20)
        DATA RN222/8HRN-222  /
        DATA DOSFAC/1.,!..!.,100./,
     <  GENFAC/1..!.,!.,100./,101AL/8H1-01AL   /jWISUM/SHUT.SUM  /
        DATA IKP/0/
        COhMQN/COMWOR/DFAC(20.4)
        IF (IKP.EQ.O) DOSFAC(4)=GSCEACADOSFAC(4)
        IF (IKP.EQ.O) GENFAC(4)=GSCFACAGENFAC(4)
        IKP = 1
        RNUR=.FALSE.
        DO 5 J=1,NONCLD
        IF(NUCL1D(J).EQ.RN222) RNWR=.TRUE.
5       CONTINUE
        HLC=0.0
        DO 10 1I=NOL.NOU
        DO  10  JJ=NRL,NRU
        WLC=WLC-iWLRNAFACNEWAEXPP(JLOC.ILOC.J,KJAHLEi
-------
100

c
c
c

c
c
c
c
c
c
20216
     f
C
C
C
C
10100
     A
     B
10205

10206
     t
10210
     t
10211

10215
     {
10216
     t
10290

10220'
     t
10221
     I
10225
     t
10226
     t
10230
     ^
10231
     t
C
C
c

c
c
:   HLEKL)ADtAC(L.K)
   IF(L.GT.NGEN)  GO  TO  100
   SIGHIAFACNE2AEXPP(JLOC,ILOC,J,K)
   SIGCO+GDOSE(L,JrK,2)AFACNE2AEXPP(JLOC,ILOC,J,K)AGHLET(L)
   CONTINUE
   WLI=WLRN(JLOC,ILOC)APOPFAC

  IF  MAXIMUM  DOSE ORGAN BY NUCLIDE SUMMARY  GO  TO  11000

 IF  (  IFLAG  .EQ.  3 ) GO 10 11000

   WRITE<6,10100) IIILE.3))
   FORMAIC  HIGH  LET (PERSON RAD)',3X,1P10G10.3/
   (26X.1P10G10.3))
   EORMATC  DOSE  EQUIVALENT
   (26X.1P10G10.3))
   EORMATC  DOSE  EQ. (PERSON
   (26X,1P10G10.3)>
(MREM)',2X,1P10G10.3/

 REM)',3X,1P10G10.3/
  IF ANNUAL  SUMMARY  DOSE CALCULATION RETURN

    IF  (  IFLAG  .EQ. 2  ) RETURN
                                   A-105

-------
150
200
C
10400
C
C
C
C
C
10590
     >

C
C
C
350
IF(INDPOP.NE.l) GO TO 1000
DO 150 J=1F40
STH1G(J)=0.0
STLOW(J)=0.0
STCOM(J)=0.0
STGHI(J)=0.0
STGLO(J)=0.0
STGCO(J)=0.0
CONTINUE
SUML=0.0
SUHH=0.0
SUHC=0.0
DO 200 L=1,NORGN
DO 200 K=l,4
FACNEW=T01FACADOSFAC(K)
FACNE2=TOTFACAGENFAC(K)
DO 200 J=1.NONCLD
DO 200 II=NOL,NOU
DO 200 JJ=NRL,NRU
STH1G
-------
403
400

10700
        DO 400 K=l,4
        DO 400 J=1,NONCLD
        TEXPP=0.0
        DO 403 1I=NOL.NOU
        DO 403 JJ=NRL,NRU
        TEXPP=IEXPP+EXPP(JJ,IlrJ,K)
        CONTINUE
        TEXPP=TEXPPA.001
        DO 400 L=1,NORGN
        SILOWATEXPPADOSFAC(K ) AOFAC(L.K)
        SIHIG
        SICOM(L)=SICOM
        STGHI(L>=STGHI(L)+GDOSE
        STGCO(L)=STGCO(L)+GDOSE(L. J.K.I ) ATEXPPAGENFAC(K) AGLLET(L) +
        GDOSE(L,J,Kr2)AIEXPPAGENFAC(K)AGHLET(L)
        CONTINUE
        URIIE(6,10700)
TITLE, (ORGN(L).L=1.NORGN).WTSUM
20A4./.30X,'ORGAN DOSE/EXPOSURE SUMMARY' ,
c t/niiir AT Trm xxj./ / 'nnnct DATC-' /     '
    ) EORHAK'I1./////.*.  -, , -   A .   -
     i  'OAAA COLLECTIVE POfUtAIlON AAA'./.'ODOSE RATE:
     >  17X.' ORGANS:',10(2X.A8)/(26X.10(2X,A8)))
        URItE(6,10206) (SILOW(L),L=1,NORGN),SUML
        WRITE(6,10211) (SXHIG(L),L=1,NORGN).SUMH
        URITE(6 10216) (STCOM(L).L=1,NORGN)fSUMC
        IF(RNUR)URIT£(6,20416) ULC
20416   tORMAK'ORADON DAUGHTER  EXPOSURE:'/
     A  '  (PERSON WORKING LEVEL)'.2X.1PG10.3)
        URITE(6,10790) (GEN(L),L=1,NGEN)
10790   FORMATCOGONADAL DOSES:'/
     >  17X,' GONADS:',10(2X,A8))
        WRITE(6,10221) (STGLO(L),L=1,NGEN)
        URITE(6,10226) (STGHKL),L=l ,NGEN)
        WRITE(6,10231) (STGCO(L),L=1,NGEN)
CAAAA   DOSE RATES BY PATHWAY
1000    DO 1050 J=1.40
        STHIG(J)=0.6
        STLOW(J)=0.0
        STCOM(J)=0.0
        STGHI(J)=0.0
        STGLO(J)=0.0
        STGCO(J)=0.0
1050    CONTINUE
        DO 1199 K=1,4L
        DO 1100 L=1.NDRGN
        FACNEW=POPFACADOSFAC(K)ADFAC(L,K)
        FACNE2=POPFACAG£NFAC(K)
        DO 1100 J=1.NONCLD
        STHIG(K)=STHIG(K)+DOSE(L,J,K,2)AFACNEWAEXPP(JLOC,ILOC.JrK)
        STLOW(K)=STLOW(K)+DOSE(L,J,K,1)AFACNEWAEXPP(JLOC,ILOC.J.K)
        STCOM(K)=STCOM(K)+DOSE(L.J.K.1)AFACNEWAEXPP(JLOC.ILOC.J.K)
     <  ALLET(L)+DOSE(L.J,Kf2)AFACNEWAEXPP(JLOC,ILOC,J,K)AHLET(L)
        IF(L.NE.NGEN)  GO TO 1100
        SIGH1(K)=STGHI(K)+GDOSE(L,J,K,2)AFACNE2AEXPP(JLOC,ILOC.J,K)
        STGLO(K)=STGLO(K)+GDOSE(L,J,K,1)AEACN£2AEXPP(JLOC,ILOC,J,K)
                                    A-107

-------
1100
1101
1102
1199
C
11100
STGCO
CONTINUE
IECK.GT.2) GO TO 1101
STHIG(5)=STHIG(5)<-STHIG(K)
STLOU(5)=SILOM(5)+SILOU(K)
STCOM(5)=SICOM(5)+STCOM(K)
SIGHK5)=STGHI<5)+SIGHI
-------
        DO 1200  II=NOL,NOU
        DO 1200  JJ=NRL,NRU
        SIHIG(K)=SIHIGAFACNEU
        STCOM(K)=SICOM(K)+DOSE(L.J.K.1)AEXPP(JJ.II.J.K)AFACNEU
     >  ALLET(L)+DOSE(L,J,Kf2)AEXPP(ijfII,J,K)AFACN£HAHLET(L)
        IF(L.NE.NGEN) GO TO 1200
        SIGHI+GDOSE GO TO 1201
        SIHIG(5)=SIH1G(&)+SIHIG(K)
        STLOU(5)=STLOW(5)+STLOW(K)
        SICOM(5)=STCOM(5)+STCOM
        STGHK5)=STGHI(5>+STGHI(K>
        SIGLO<5)=SIGLO(5)+SIGLO(K)
        STGCO(5)=SIGCO(5)+SIGCO(K)
1201    IF(K.LI.3) GO TO 1202
        STHIG(6)=SIHIG(6)+STHIG(K)
        STLOU(6)=STLOW(6)+SILOW(K)
        STCOh(G)=STCOM(6)+STCOM(K)
        STGHI(6)=STGHI(6)+STGHI(K)
        STGLO(6)=STGLO(6)+STGLO(K)
        STGCO(6)=STGCO(6)+STGCO(K)
1202    STHIG(7)=SIHIG(7)+STHIG(K)
        SILOW(7)=STLOU(7)+STLOU(K)
        STCOH(7)=STCOM(7)+S1COM(K)
        STGHI(7)=STGHI(7)+STGHI(K)
        STGLO(7)=STGLO(7)+STGLO(K)
        STGCO<7)=STGCO(7)+STGCO(K)
1299    CONTINUE
C       WRI1E(6,11400)
11400   EORMAK/'OAAA MEAN INDIVIDUAL AAA'/
     A  'ODOSE RATES:'/
     <  ' WEIGHTED SUMS OF ORGAN DOSE RATES'/
     <  '                PATHWAYS:   INGESTION  ',
     <  'INHALATION  AIR     GROUND'
     <  '    INTERNAL  EXTERNAL  TOTAL'/
     <  45X ' IMMERSION  SURFACE')
C       URITE(6,10205) (STLOW(L),L=1,7)
C       WRITE(6f10210) (STHIG(L),L=lf7)
C       URIIE(6.10215) (STCOH(L),L=lf7)
C       IF(RNWR)WRIIE(6f20216) ULE
C       URIXE(6.11590)
11590   FORMAI(;OAVERAGE GONADAL DOSES:'/
     <  '           j     PATHWAYS:   INGESTION  ',
     <  'INHALATION  AIR     GROUND'
     <  '    INTERNAL  EXTERNAL  TOTAL'/
     <  45X ' IMMERSION  SURFACE')
C       URITE(6,10220) (SIGLO(L),L=1,7)
C       URITE(6,10225) (S1GHKL) ,L=1,7)
C       URHE(6r 10230) (SIGCO(L) ,L = 1,7)
        DO 1350 K=1.40
        STLOW(K)=0.0
        STHIG(K)=0.0
        STCOM(K)=0.0
        SIGLO(K)=0.0
        STGHI(K)=0.0
                                   A-109

-------
1350
        STGCO(K)=0.0
        CONTINUE
1404
        DO 1499 K=l,4
        DO 1400 J=1,NONCLD
        TEXPP=0.0
        DO 1404 1I=NOL,NOU
        DO 1404 JJ=NRL,NRU
        IEXPP=IEXPP+EXPP
        STCOM(K)=STCOM(K)+DOSE(LiJ.K,l)ATEXPPADOSFAC(K)ALLET(L)A
     >  DFAC(L,K)+DOSE(L.J,K.2)ATEXPPADOSFAC(K)AHLEI(L)ADFAC(L,K)
        IF(L.NE.NGEN) GO TO 1400
        STGLO(K)=SIGLOATEXPPAGENFAC(K)
        SIGCO  GO TO 1401
        STLOW(5)=STLOW(5)+STLOW(K)
        STHIG(5)=STHIG(5)+STHIG(K)
        SICOM(5)=SICOH(5)+SICOM(K)
        STGLO(5)=STGLO(5)+STGLO(K)
        SIGHI(5)=STGHI(5)+STGHI(K)
        STGCO(5)=SIGCO(5)+STGCO(K)
        GO TO 1402
1401    STLOW(6)=SILOW(6)+STLOU(K)
        STHIG(6)=STHIG(6)+SIHIG(K)
        STCOM(6)=STCOM(6)+STCOM(K)
        STGLO(6)=STGLO(6)+STGLO(K)
        STGHI(6)=STGHI(6)+STGHI(K)
        SIGCO(6)=STGCO(6)+STGCO(K)
1402    STLOW(7)=STLOU(7)+STLOW(K)
        STHIG(7)=STHIG(7)+STHIG(K)
        STCOM(7)=STCOM(7)+STCOM(K)
        STGLO(7)=STGLO(7)+STGLO(K)
        STGHI(7)=STGHI(7)+STGHI(K)
        STGCO(7)=STGCO(7)+STGCO(K)
1499    CONTINUE
11700 FORMATC1' /////.20A4./.30X 'PATHWAY DOSE/EXPOSURE SUMMARY',/,
     S  'OAAA COLLECTIVE POPULATION AAA'  / 'ODOSE RATES:',/,
     <  '  WEIGHTED  SUMS OF  ORGAN DOSE RATES'/
     <  '                 PATHWAYS:   INGESTION ',
     <  'INHALATION  AIR     GROUND'
     <  '     INTERNAL  EXTERNAL  TOTAL'/
     <  45X ' IMMERSION  SURFACE')
        URIT£(6,11700J TITLE
        WRITE(6,10206) (SILOW(L),L=1,7)
        WRITE(6,10211) (STHIG(L) L=l,7)
        WRIIE(6.10216) (STCOM(L).L=1,7)
        IE(RNWR)WRITE(6,20416)  WLC
        HRITE(6.11790)
11790   FORMAK'OAVERAGE GONADAL DOSES:'/
     <  '                 PATHWAYS:   1NGES1ION ',
     <  'INHALATION  AIR     GROUND'
     <  '     INTERNAL  EXTERNAL  TOTAL'/
     <  45X,' IMMERSION  SURFACE')
                                    A-110

-------
        WRIIE<6,10221>  
        SUMGH=SUMGH+STGHI(J)
        SUMGC=SUHGC+STGCO(J)
        CONTINUE
        URITE(6,12100)  TITLE.(NUCLID(L).1=1.NONCLD).TOTAL
        FORMAiri',20A4/30X, JNUCLIDE DOSE/EXPOSURE SUMMARY'//
2109
C
12100
     A
     A
     A
     A
C
C
C
C
C
12290

C
C
C
C
C
C
        »UI\!inX\ X «*iVrlT/JV/\» ItlfwuXVl* i
        'OAAA SELECTED INDIVIDUAL AAA'/
        'GOOSE RATES:'/
        '  WEIGHTED SUMS OF ORGAN DOSE RATES'/
        15X ' NUCLIDES:'.10(2X.A8)/(26Xr10(2X.A8)»
        WRITE(6.10205) (STLOW(L),L=1,NONCLD),SUML
        WRITE(6,10210) (STHIG(L),L=1,NONCLD),SUMH
        WRITE(6.10215) (STCOM(L),L=1,NONCLD),SUMC
        IF(RNWR)URIXE(6.20216) ULI
        URI1E(6.12290) (NUCLID(L),L=1.NONCLD),TOTAL
        FORMATrOAVERAGE  GONADAL DOSES:'/
     A  15X' NUCLIDES:'  10(2X.A8)/<26X.10(2X,A8)))
        URIIE(6.10220) (STGLO(L),L=1FNUNCLD),SUMGL
        URI1E(6 10225) (S1GHKL) ,L=1FNONCLD) ,SUMGH
        URITE(6,10230) (STGCO(L),L=1,NONCLD),SUMGC

       IF  MAXIMUM DOSE ORGAN BY NUCLIDE SUMMARY RETURN

      IF (  IFLAG .Ed.  3 )  RETURN
                                    A-lll

-------
c
c
2150
2200
2209
C
12400
     A
     A
c
c
c
c
c
12590
     s
     /
C
C
c
IF(INDPOP.NE.l) GO TO 21000
DO 2150 J=1.40
STH1GU)=0.6
STLOH(J)=0.0
SICOM(J)=0.0
STGLO(J)=0.0
SIGHI(J)=0.0
STGCO(J)=0.0
CONTINUE
SUML=0.0
SUMH=0.0
SUhC=0.0
SUMGL=0.0
SUMGH=0.0
SUMGC=0.0
DO 2209 J=1,NONCLD
DO 2200 K = 1.4
FACNE2=TOIFACAGENFAC(K)
DO 2200 L=1.NORGN
FACNEW=IOTFACADGSFAC(K)ADFAC(L,K)
DO 2200 II=NOL,NOU
DO 2200 JJ=NRL.NRU
STHIG(J)=STHIG(J)+DOSE(LFJFKF2)AEXPP(JJ,IIFJ,K)AFACNEU
STLOW(J)=SILOU(J)+DOSE(LFJFK,1)AEXPP(JJ,II,JFK)AFACNEU
SICOM(J)=STCOM(J)+DOSE(L.J,K,1)AEXPP(JJ,II.J.K)AFACNEU
ALLET(L)+DOSE(L,J,K,2)AEXPP(JJFIIFJFK)AFACNEUAHLET(L)
IF(L.NE.NGEN) GO TO 2200
STGLO(J)=STGLO
-------
        SIGLO(K)=0.0
        STGHI(K)=0.0
        SIGCO(K)=0.0
2350    CONTINUE
        SUML=0.0
        SUMH=0.0
        SUMC=0.0
        SUMGL=0.0
        SUHGH=0.0
        SUhGC=0.0
        DO 2409 J=1,NONCLD
        DO 2400 K=l,4
        TEXPP=0.0
        DO 2403 II=NOL,NOU
        DO 2403 JJ=NRL.NRU
        IEXPP=TEXPP+EXPP(JJ,II,J,K)
2403    CONTINUE
        TEXPP=1EXPPA.001
        DO 2400 L=1.NORGN
        STLOW(J)=STLOW(J)+DOSE(L,J,K,1)ATEXPPADOSFAC(K)ADFAC(L,K)
        SIHIG(J)=STHIG(J)+DOSE(L,J,K,2)ATEXPPADOSFAC(K)ADFAC(L.K)
        SICOH(J)=STCOh(J)+DOSE(LtJ,K,l)ATEXPPADOSFAC(K)ALLET(L)A
     >  DFAC(L,K)+DOSE(L,J.K.2)ATEXPPADOSFAC(K)AHLET(L)ADFAC(L,K)
        IF(L.NE.NGEN) GO TO 2400
        SIGLO(J)=STGLO(J)+GDOSE(L,J,K,1)ATEXPPAGENFAC(K)
        STGHI(J)=STGHI(J)+GDOSE(L,J,K,2)ATEXPPAGENFAC(K)
        STGCO(J)=STGCO(J)+GDOSE(L.J,K.1)ATEXPPAGENFAC(K)AGLLET(L)+
     A  GDOSE(L,J,K,2)ATEXPPAGENFAC(K)AGHLET(L)
2400    CONTINUE
        SUML=SUMLHSILOU(J)
        SUMH=SUMH+STHIG(J)
        SUHC=SUMC+SICOH(J)
        SUHGL=SUMGL+STGLO(J)
        SUMGH=SUMGH+STGHI(J)
        SUHGC=SUMGC-i-STGCO(J)
        CONTINUE
        WRITE(6,12700) TITLE,(NUCLID(L),L=1.NONCLD).TOTAL
2409
        WRITE (G,            ,           ,.        .
12700 FORHATCl' /////, 20A4./ .30X 'NUCLIDE DOSE/EXPOSURE SUhMARY',//,
              COLLECTIVE POPULATION
&
A
         OAAA COLLECTIVE POPULATION AAA' ./, 'ODOSE RATES:',/,
        ' WEIGHTED SUMS Of ORGAN HOSE RATES'/
        15X ' NUCLIDES:'.10(2X.A8)/(26X.10(2X,A8)))
        WRITE (6, 10206) (STLOU(L) ,L=1 ,NONCLD) ,SUHL
        WRITE (6, 10211) (STHIG(L),L=1,NONCLD).SU«H
        WRITE (6, 10216) (STCOM(L) .L=l ,NONCLD) ,SUMC
        IF(RNWR)URITE(6. 20416) ULC
        WRITE (6. 12790) tNUCLID(L) ,L=1 .NONCLD) , TOTAL
12790   FORMAK'OAVERAGE GONADAL DOSES:'/
     >  15X ' NUCLIDES:' 10(2X, A8)/(26X,10(2X, A8) ) )
        WRITE(6,1022J) (STGLO(L) f L=lf NONCLD) f SUMGL
21000
C
C
C
C
   WRITE(6 102Z6)  (STGHKL)  L = l ,NONCLD) ,SUMGH
   WRITE(6,10231)  (SIGCO(L) ,L=1,NONCLD),SUHGC
   CALL SUHhR2(IITLE,RNWR,GSCFAC)
   RETURN
   END
      SUBROUTINE SUhhR2(TITLE,RNUR.GSCFAC)
      REALA8 NUCLID,ORGN,CANC,TOTBOD,RNLOC,OGLOC,GEN,TOTAL,
                                  A-113

-------
     A  OREP,RREP.CREP.PUL
        DATA PUL/8HPULHNARY/
        LOGICAL GENEFF,RNWR
      REAL LLET
C
      COMHON/COHEX/EXPP<20.20,40,4),POP<20,20),POPFAC,IOTFAC,  NOL,NOU,
     > NRLFNRU,IDIST(20),ILOCfJLOC
        COMMON/COHRN/OREP(20).RREP<20).CREP<20),WLRN<20,20),
     A  RRISK.RREF(2).RYRLL,NOREP,NRREP,NCREP
      CO«HON/COMCA/CANC(20),NCANC,RELABS(20),RISK(20,40,4,2),  RTABLE(7),
     > AGEX.YRLL(20,40.4.2)
      COMMON/COMRF/REF(20.40,4),FTABLE<7)
      COMMON/COMNU/NUCLID(40),NONCLB,PSIZE(40>,RESP(40>,GIABS  (4,40),
     > INDPOP
        COHMON/COMGEN/GEN(3),NGEN.GBOSE(3.40,4.2).GRISK(3.40.4,2),
     >  GENEFFfGRFAC(2).REPPER,GLLET(3).GHLET(3).GREt'(3.46.4)
        COMMON/COMUS/STLOW(40),STHIG(40).STCOM(46).STRE(3(46),
     A  STGLO(40),SIGHI(40),STGCO(40),STLLL(40),STHLL(40)fSTCLL(40),
     B  STGRQ(40)
      COMHON/ACCMOB/FICAN(40).CCNR(40).POPIK40),GNR(40),
     S              TFIC.TCCNR.TPOPD.TGNR
        DIMENSION RISFAC(4),REQFAC(4),GENFAC(4),TITLE(20)
        DATA RISFAC/2A1.£-5,10.,1000./,
     <  REQFAC/1.,!.,!.£6.1.E8/,
     <  GENFAC/1..!.,!.,100./,IOIAL/8HIOTAL   /
        DATA IKP/0/
CAAAA   RISK RATES BY CANCER
        IF (IKP.EQ.O) RISFAC(4)=RISFAC(4)AGSCFAC
        IF (IKP.EQ.O) REQFAC(4)=REQFAC(4)AGSCFAC
        IF (IKP.EQ.O) GENFAC(4)=GENFAC(4)AGSCFAC
        IKP = 1
        LP=1
        DO 25> K=1.NCANC
        IF(CANC(K).EQ.PUL)LP=K
25      CONTINUE
        DO 50 J=1.40
        STHIG(J)=0.0
        STLOW(J)=0.0
        STCOM(J)=0.0
        SIGLOU>=0.0
        STGHI(J)=0.0
        SIGCO(J)=0.0
        STREQ(J)=0.0
        STGRQ(J)=0.0
        STLLL(J>=0.0
        SIHLL(J)=0.0
        STCLL(J)=0.0
50      CONTINUE
        SUML=0.0
        SUMH=0.0
        SUMC=0.0
        SUMLLL=0.0
        SUMHLL=0.0
        SUMCLL=0.0
        TBEQ=0.0
        RLL=0.0
        YRP=RYRLLAULRN(JLDC,ILOC)APOPFAC
        RR=RRISKAULRN(JLOCfILOC)APOPFAC
        IF(ULRN(JLOC,ILOC).NE.O.O)RLL=RYRLL/RRISK
        RP=RR
                                    A-114

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        DO 10S L=1,NCANC
        DO 100 K=l,4
        FACNEW=POPFACARISFAC(K)
        FACNE2=POPFACAGENFAC(K)
        DO 100 J=1.NONCLD
        STHIG(L)=stHIG(L)+RISK(L,J,K,2)AFACNEUAEXPP(JLOC,ILOC,J,K)
        STHLL(L)=STHLL(L)+YRLL(L,J,K,2)AFACNEUAEXPP(JLOC,ILOC,J,K)
        STLOW(L)=STLOW(L>+RISK(L,J,K,1)AFACNEUAEXPP(JLOC,ILOC,J,K)
        SILLL(L)=STLLL(L)+YRLL(L,J,K,1)AFACNEWAEXPP(JLOC,ILOC,J,K)
        STCOM
-------
10205
10210
10215
C
30100
C
C
C
C
C
20218
     (!
C
20219
20220
     f
10250
10255
10260
C
30200
C
C
C
10220
10221
FORMAK' LOU LET ', 16X, 1P10G10.3/(26X( 1P10G10.3))
EORMAK' HIGH LET'  16X.1P10G10.3/C26X,1P10G10.3))
FORMAK'  TOTAL',18X,1P10G10.3/(26X,1P10G10.3))
URn£< 6.30100)
FORMAK;OAVERAGE LIFE LOSS PER PREMATURE DEATH:')
URITE(6,10102) (CANC(L).L=1.NCANC).TOTAL
WRITE(6,10250) (SILLL(L),L=1,NCANC),SUMLLL
WRITE(6.10255) (STHLL(L),L = 1,NCANC),SUMHLL
WRITE(6.10260) (STCLL(L).1=1,NCANC),SUMCLL
IF(RNWR)WRITE(6,20218) RLL
FORMAK'OAVG LIFE LOSS FROM RADON DAUGHTER EXPOSURE '
'FOR LUNG'.3X.1PG10.3)
IE(RNWR)WRITE(6,20219)YRP
EORMAK' AVG LIFE LOSS FROM ALL EXPOSURES FOR LUNG',
13X.1PG10.3)
IF(RNWR)WRITE(G.20220) YRT
FORMAK' AVG LIFE LOSS FROM ALL EXPOSURES (TOTAL)   ',
12X,1PG10.3)
FORMAK' LOU LEI (YR)' . 12X, 1P10G10.3/(26X.1P10G10.3))
EORMAK7 HIGH LET
FORMAK' COMBINED
WRIXE(6.30200)
FORMAK'OEAIAL
WRITE(6,10102)
WRITE(6,10220)
WRITE(6,10221)
                          iA/  • J. M A • 1 1 AVJ-LV«»J/ \ jj U A • A. 1 XVUXV«U/ /
                          (YR)J,11X,1P10G10.3/(26X,1P10G10.3))
                          (YR)',11X,1P10G10.3/(26X,1P10G10.3))
                       CANCER RISK EQUIVALENT:')
                       (CANC(L).L=1.NCANC).TOTAL
                       (STREQ(L),L=I,NCANC),TBEQ
                       TBEQ
        FORMAK' (MREM/YR)',15X.1P10G10.3/(26X,1P10G10.3))
        FORMAK'OWHOLE BODY FATAL CANCER RISK EQ(MREM/YR)',
     >  24X.1PG10.3)
        RQ=RREF(l)AULRN(JLOCrILOC)APOPFAC
        RT=RREF(2)AWLRN(JLOC,ILOC)APOPFAC
        TTP=RQ+STREQ(LP)
        TTQ=RT+TBEQ
C       IF(RNWR)WRITE(6,20221)  RQ
C       IF(RNWR)URITE(6,20222)  RT
C       IF
-------
c
10235
     *>,
C
30300
150
206
(26X.1P10G10.3))
WKITE(6F10235) SIGCO(l)
FORHATC COMBINED (EFFECTS/BIRTH)
(2GX.1P10G10.3))
URITE(6.30300> STGRQ(l)
FORhAK'OGENEIIC
IF(INDPOP.NE.l)
DO 150 J=l,40
STHIG(J)=0.0
STLOW(J)=0.0
STCOM(J)=0.0
STGLO(J)=0.0
STGH1(J)=0
STGCO(J)=0
SIREQ(J)=0
STLLL(J)=0
STHLL(J)=0
STCLL(J)=0
STGRQ(J)=0
CONTINUE
TBEQ=0.0
SUHL=0.0
SUhH=0.0
SUHC=0.0
SUhLLL=0
SUMHLL=0
SUHCLL=0
RRM=0.0
     .0
     .0
     .0
RISK EQUIVALENT:'/
1P10G10.3/(26X,1P10G10.
" TO 1000
                        GO
                                                3))
                  .0
                  .0
                  .0
                  .0
                  .0
                  .0
                  .0
                .0
                .0
                 0
RLL=0
RQM=0
RTM=0
YRP=0.0
DO 206 II=NOL,NOU
DO 206 JJ=NRL.NRU
RQM=RQH+RREF(1)AWLRN
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200
209
C
C
10400
     A
     B
10402
C
C
C
C

C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
10590
C
C
IBEG=rBEG+kEnNCANC+l,J.K)AEXPP(JJ.II,J,K)ATGTFACAREQFAC+GREF(L.J.K)AEXPPUJ. II,J,K>ATOTEACAG£NFAC=STGHKL)+GRISKAFACNE2
STGCO(L)=STGCO SIGLO(l)
WRITE(6F10230) SIGHK1)
                                 A-118

-------
C       URITE(6,10235) STGCO(l)
C       HRITE<6.30300) SIGRQ(l)
        DO 350 K=1.40
        STLOU(K)=0.0
        STHIG(K)=0.0
        SICOM(K)=0.0
        SIGLO(K)=0.0
        SIGHI(K)=0.0
        STGCO(K)=0.0
        STREQ(K)=0.0
        STLLL(K)=0.0
        S1HLL(K)=0.0
        STCLL(K)=0.0
        STGRQ(K)=0.0
350     CONTINUE
        SUhL=0.0
        TBEQ=0.0
        SUMH=0.0
        SUHC=0.0
        SUhLLL=0.0
        SUMHLL=0.0
        SUHCLL=0.0
        ULT=0.0
        DO 401 II=NOL,NOU
        DO 401 JJ=NRL,NRU
        WLT=UL1-H,|LRN(JJ,II>
401     CONTINUE
        RRC=RRISKAULT/AGEX
        RQC=RREF(1)AULTA.001
        RIC=RREF(2)AULTA.001
        DO 400 K=1.4
        DO 400 J=1,NONCLD
        TEXPP=0.0
        DO 403 II=NOL,NOU
        DO 403 JJ=NRL,NRU
        TEXPP=TEXPP+EXFP  RISK(L.J,K,2)ATEXPPARISFAi:(K)/AGEX
        STCLL(L)=STCLt(L)+YRLL(LfJ,K,DATEXPPA
     >  RISFAC(K)/AGEX+
     >  YRLL
-------
        STGHI(L)=SIGHI(L)+GRISK(L,J,K,2)ATEXPPAGENFAC(K)AREPPER
        STGCO(L)=STGCO(L)+GRISK(L.J,K.1)ATEXPPAGENFAC ' EXPOSURE' 8X.1PG10.3)
20317   FORMAIC TOTAL FATAL CANCER RISK(DEATHS/YR) FROM ALL',
     > ' EXPOSURE' 12X.1PG10.3)
CURITE(6,10750) (STLLL(L),L=1,NCANC),SUMLLL
	,10755) (STHLL(L),L=1,NCANC),SUMHLL
        '10760) (STCLL(L)  L=l.NCANC),SUMCLL
        FORMATC LOST LOU  LET'.12X,1P10G10.3/(26X,1P10G10.3))
        FORMAIC LIFE LOST HIGH LET',6X,1P10G10.3/(26X,1P10G10.3))
        FORMATC LIFE LOST COMBINED'	""	"
                  TOTAL (DEATHS/YR)'
CURITE(6
CURIIE<6
10750
10755
10760
10715
     A
10719

10321
10720
     1
     A
10790

10725
10730
10735
CAAAA
                             ,6X, 1P10G10.3/(26X, 1P10G10. 3) )
                              6X,1P10G10.3/
FORMAI
(26X.1P10G10.3))
URITE(6,30200)
URITE(6,10102) (CANC(L).L=1. NCANC). TOTAL
WRITE (6, 10719) (STREQ(L) ,L=I , NCANC) .TBEQ
FORMAIC (PERSON REM/YR) ' ,9X, !P10Gl6.3/(26X, 1P10G10.3) )
URITE(6.10321) TBEQ
FORMAK'OUHOLE BODY FATAL CANCER RISK EQ(PERSON REM/YR)
18X.1PG10.3)
IF(RNHR)URI1E(6, 20321) RQC
               '       RTC
 IF(RNWR)URITE(6;20322)
 TTPC=RQC+STREQ(LP)
 IE(RNWR)WRITE(6,20324)
 TTQC=RTC+TBEQ
 IF(RNWR)WRITE(6,20323)
 EORMATCOGENETIC  RISK
'  (PERSON  REM/YR)
 (26X.1P10G10.3))
 URITE(6.10790J
 FORMAT(JOGENETIC  RISKS:')
 URITE(6.10725)  STGLO(l)
 FORMATC  LOU LET(EFFECIS/YR)',5X,1P10G10.3/
 (26X.1P10G10.3))
                       TTPC

                       TTQC
                      EQUIVALENT:',
                 ,9X,1P10G10.3/
\ £t)J J\ m ± I AVUXv«w/ /
URITE(6.10730) STGHK1)
FORMAT(J HIGH LEKEFF1
                 :(EFFECIS/YR)',4X,1P10G10.3/
 (26X.1P10G10.3))
 URITE(6.10735)  STGCO(l)
 FORMAT(J  COMBINEDCEEEECTS/YR)',4X,1P10G10.3/

 URIIE(6.10720)  STGRQ(l)
 RISK  RATES  BY PATHWAY
                                     A-120

-------
1000
1050
1100
1103
1101
1102
1199
C
C
11100
   DO 1030 J=1.40
   STHIG(J)=0.0
   STLOW(J)=0.0
   STCOM(J)=0.0
   STREQ(J)=0.0
   STGRQ(J)=0.0
   STGLO(J)=0.0
   STGHI(J)=0.0
   STGCO(J)=0.0
   CONTINUE
   DO 119
   +RISK(L,J.K.2)AFACNEWAEXPP(JLOC,ILOC,J,K)
   IF(L.NE.l) GO TO 1100
   SIREQ(K)=STREQ(K)+REF
-------
11102
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
20422
     \

C
C
C
10290
C
C
C
C
1150
1200
1203
 'OLIFET1ME  FATAL  CANCER RISK:'/)
 FORMAT* '               PATHWAYS:   INGESIION ',
 'INHALATION    AIR      GROUND'.
       INTERNAL   EXTERNAL   TOTAL'/
 45X.'  IHHERSION  SURFACE')
 URITE<6,10205)  (STLOU(L),L=lf7)
 WRIIE<6,10210)  URITE(G,20217)II
 WRITE(6,30200)
 WRIIE<6,11102)
 UR1TE(6.10220)  (S1RECKL) ,1=1,7)
 IF(RNUR)URITE(6.20422)  RT
 FORMAK'OUHOLE  BODY  RISK'EQi-»•••••
CONTINUE
IF(K.GT.2) GO TO 1201
STHIG(5)=SIHIG(5)+SIHIG(K)
STLOW(5)=STLOW(5)+STLOU(K)
                                   A-122

-------
        STCOM<5)=STCOM(5)+STCOh=STREG(6)+STREG(K>
        STGLO  2CJX./PA1HUAY RISK/RISK EQUIVALENT SUMMARY'//
     A  'OAJkAMEAN INDIVIDUAL AAAV
     B   O.IFETIME FATAL CANCER RISK:'/)
C       URiXE(6,10205) (STLOW(L),L=1,7)
C       URIIE(6 10210) (STHIG(L),L=1,7)
C       URIT£(6.10215) (S'f COM(L) ,L=1,7)
C       IF(RNUR)WRITE(6,20216) RRM
C       IF^RNUR)URIIE<&,20217) TTM
C       URITE<6,30200)
C       URIIE<&,11102)
C       l..iKiTE(6.10220) (STREQ(L) ,L=1,7)
C       IF(RNUR)URITE(6,20422) RTh
C       lt(RNUR)WRITE(6,20223) ITQM
C       UBIIE(6,11590)
C       HRIIE(6f11102)
11590   FORMAT('OGENEIIC RISKS:'/)
C       WRITE(6f10225) (SXGLO(L),L=l,7)
C       URITE(6,10230) (SIQHI(L),1=1,7)
C       WklIE(6ll023b) (S1GCO(L),L=1,7)
C       URIIE(6,30300) (StGRQ(L),L=1,7)
        DO 1350 K=l,40
        CT:,OU(K>=O.K>
        STHI6(K)=0.0
        5TCOM(K)=0.0
        3Ii3LO
-------
        DO 1404 II=NOL,NOU
        DO 1404 JJ=NRL.NRU
        TEXPP=TEXPP+EXPP  RISK(L.J.K.2)AIEXPPARISFAC(K)/AGEX
        IF(L.GI.I) GO TO 1400
        SIREQATEXPPAGENFAC(K)A.001
        STGLO(K)=STGLO(K)+GRISK(L,J,Kfl)ATEXPPAGENFAC(K)AREPPER
        SI6HI(K)=STGHI(K>+GRISK(L,J,K,2)ATEXPPAGENFAC(K>AREPPER
        STGCO+GRISK
1402    STLOU(7)=STLOW(7)+STLOW(K)
        STHIG(7)=STHIG(7)+STHIG(K)
        STCOH(7)=STCOM(7)+STCOM(K)
        STGRQ(7)=STGRQ(7)+STGRG(K)
        STREQ(7)=STREQ(7)+STREQ(K)
        STGLO(7)=STGLO(7)+STGLO(K)
        STGHI(7)=STGHI(7)+STGHI(K)
        STGCO(7)=STGCO(7)+STGCO(K)
149-3    CONTINUE
        WRITE(6f11700)TIILE
        URITE(6.11102)
11700 EORMAK'l;f/////,20A4,/.30X,
     S  'PATHWAY RISK/RISK EQUIVALENT SUMMARY',//.
        'OAAA COLLECTIVE POPULATION AAA'/
        'OCOLLECTIVE FATAL CANCER RISK:'/)
        URITE(6,10705) (STLOU(L),L=l,7)
        WRITE(6f10710) (SIHIG(L),L=1,7)
        URITE(6 10715) (STCOM(L) 'l=l,7)
        IF(RNUR)WRIIE(6f20316) RRC
        IF(RNWR)URITE(6,20317) TIC
        WRITE(6,30200)
        URIIE(6,11102)
        WRITE(6 10719) (STREQ(L),L=1,7)
        IF(RNUR)WRriE(6.20522) RIC
20522   FORMATCOWHOLE BODY RISK EQ(PERSON REM/YR) FROM RADON ',
A
6
                              A-124

-------
     >  'DAUGHTER EXPOSURE',2X,1PG10.3)
        WRIIE(G,20323) TTQC
        WRITE(G,11790)
        WRIIH(6,11102)
11790   EORHAH'OGENEIIC RISKSCPERSON REM/YR):'/)
        UR HE (6,10725) (SIGLO(L),L=1.7)
        WRIlL(6f10730) (STGHHL),L=1,7)
        URITE(6,10735) (SIGCO(L) .L=l .7)
        WRITE(6ll0720) (SIGRQ(L).1=1 7)
CAAAA   RISK RATES BY NUCLIDE
11000   DO 2050 J=l,40
        STHIG(J)=0.0
        STLOW(J)=0.0
        STCO«(J)=0.0
        STGLO(J)=0.0
        STGHI(J)=0.0
        STGCO(J)=0.0
        STR£Q(J)=0.0
        SIGRQ(J)=0.0
2050    CONTINUE
        SUML=0.0
        SUMH=0.0
        SUHC=0.0
        SUMGL=0.0
        SUMGH=0.0
        SUHGC=0.0
        SUMRG(=0.0
        SUhGQ=0.0
        DO 2109 J=1,NONCLD
        DO 2100 K=1.4
        EACNEW=POPFACARISfAC(K)
        FACNE2=POPFACAGENEAC(K)
        DO 2100 L=1.NCANC
        SIHIG(J)=STH1G(J)+RISK(L,J,K,2)AFACNEWAEXPP(JLOC,ILOC,J,K)
        STLOU(J)=STLOU(J)+RISK(L,JfK,l)AFACNEUAEXPP(JLOC,ILOC,J,K)
        STCOM(J)=STCOM(J)+RISK(L,J.K.l)AFACNEWAEXPP(JLOC,ILOCfJ,K)
     <  +RISK
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C
C
12100
12102
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
TFIC=SUMC
 URIIE(6,12100) TITLE
 MR HE < 6.12102 MNUCL ID 
-------
     >  GENFAC(K)
        SUMGQ=SUMGQ+GREF(L,JfK)AEXPP  GENFAC(K)
        STGHl(a)=STGHI(J)+GRISK(L,J,K,2)AEXPP(JJfII,JrK)AFACNE2
        STGLO(J)=STGLO(J)+GRISKAEXPP
        SUMGH=SUMGH+STGHKJ>
        SUMGC=SUMGC+STGCO(J)
2209    CONTINUE
C       WRITE(6,12400)I1TLE, (NUCLID(L),L=1,NONCLD),TOTAL
12400   FORMATCl' 20A4/
     >  30X.'NUCLlliE RISK/RISK EQUIVALENT SUMMARY'//
     A  'OAAA MEAN INDIVIDUAL AAA'/
     B  'OLIFE1IME FATAL CANCER RISK:'/
     A  15X ' NUCLIDES:'.10(2X.A8)/(26X.10(2X,A8)))
C       WR1TE(G,10205)  (STLOU(L),L=1,NONCLD),SUML
C       URIT£(6,10210)  (STHIG(L),L=1,NONCLD),SUMH
C       URITE(6.10215)  (STCOM(L).L=l,NONCLD),SUMC
C       IF(RNUR)URIIE(6f20216) RRM
C       IF(RNWR)WRITE(6,20217) ITH
C       U8ri£(6,30200)
C       WRITE(6,12102)  (NUCLID(L),L=1.NONCLD).TOTAL
C       WRITE(6.10220)  (STREQ(L),L=1,NONCLD),SUMRQ
C       IF(RNUR)WRITE(6r20422) RTM
C       IF(RNUR)URITE(6.20223) TTQM
C       URITE(6.12590)(NUCLID(L),L=l,NONCLD),TOTAL
12590   FORMAT*'OGENEXIC RISKS:'/
     A  15X,' NUCLIDES:'F10(2X,A8)/(26X,10(2X.A8)))
C       URITE(6,10225)  (SIGLO(L),L=1,NONCLD),SUMGL
C       URITE(6,10230)  (SIGHKL) ,L=1,NONCLD) ,SUMGH
C       WRITE<6,10235)  (STGCO(L),L=1,NONCLD),SUMGC
C       WRITE(6f30300)  (SIGRQ(L)rL=l,NONCLD),SUMGQ
        DO 2350 K=1.40
        STLOW(K)=0.0
        STHIG(K)=0.0
        STCOH(K)=0.0
        STGLO(K)=0.0
        STGHI(K)=0.0
        SIGCO(K)=0.0
        SIREQ(K)=0.0
        STGRQ(K)=0.0
2350    CONTINUE
        SUML=0.0     »
        SUMH=0.0
        SUMC=0.0
        SUMGL=0.0
        SUMGH=0.0
        SUMGC=0.0
        SUHRQ=0.0
        SUMGQ=0.0
        DO 2409
        DO 2400
        TEXPP=0.
        DO 2403
J=l,NONCLD
K=lf4
0
II=NULtNOU
                                    A-127

-------
2403
        DO 2403 JJ=NRL,NRU
        TEXPP=IEXPP+EXPP(JJ,II,J,K)
        CONTINUE
        DO 2400 L=1.NCANC
        SILOM(J)=SltoU(J)+RISK(LfJFK,l)AIEXPPARISFAC(K)/AGEX
        STHIG(J)=STHIG(J)+RISK(L,J,K,2)AIEXPPARISFAC(K)/AGEX
        SICOM(J)=STCOM(J)+RISK(L.JfK.l)AIEXPPARISEAC(K)/AGEX+
        RISK(L.J.K,2)A1EXPPARISFAC
-------
     APPENDIX B






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                                            FROh SHALLOW TRENCH BURIAL SITES
   0
                        SHE AREA 	 BRC RUN ...,   SANITARY LANDFILL




         AAA  CONTROL  INFORMATION AAA
   0           THE  BURIAL SITE  IS LOCATED AT  SITE AREA
               THE  SIMULATION WILL RUN  FOR  1000 YEARS AND WILL  INCLUDE 33 NUCLIDES
               LEACHING OPTION  NUMBER 2 WILL BE USED
               IN YEAR   1  .0.20 OF THE CAP WILL BE ASSUMED  '10  FAIL
                   THIS WILL CONTINUE  UNTIL 0.30 HAS FAILED  IN YEAR  200
               CAP  MAY ALGU  FAIL HY SURFACE EROSION
               LENGTH  OF VERTICAL SATURATED ZONE WILL BE SET  TO THE TRENCH TO AQUIFER DISTANCE
               BRCULATION INDICATOR  IS  1
                   GENERAL  BRCULATION  EXPOSURE WILL BE USED  TO CALCULATE HEALTH EFFECTS
               0.000  OF IRRIGATION WATER WILL BE GOTTtN FROM WELL
               0.500  OF DRINKING WATER FOR ANIMALS WILL BE  GOTTEN FROM WELL
               1.000  Of DRINKING HATLR FOR HUMANS WILL BE GOTTEN FROM WELL
               0.000  OE IRRIGATION WATER WILL DE GOTTEN FROM STREAM
               0.000  Of DRINKING WATER FOR ANIMALS WILL BE  GOTTEN FROM STREAM
CD             0.000  OF DRINKING WATER FOR HUMANS WILL BE GOTTEN FROM STREAM
^ 1     AAA  TRENCH  INFORMATION AAA


               THE  TRENCH HAS AN ARLA OF  0.5000E+00 SQUARE  METERS AND A DEPTH  OF  0.2600E+01 METERS
               TRENCH  POROSITY  IS     0.25
               ANNUAL  INFILTRATION FOR  THE  WATERSHED  IS 0.4300  METERS


         AAA  AGUIH.R  INFORMATION AAA


               THfc  GROUND WATER HAS  A VELOCITY OF      27.800 METERS PER YEAR
               TRENCH  10 AQUIFER DISTANCE  IS     7.3  METERS
               TRENCH  TO WELL  DISTANCE  IS   1610.00  METERS
               WELL TO STREAM  DISTANCE  IS  3220.00METERS
               THE  AOUItf.R  THICKNESS  IS    30.50  METERS
               THE  AQUIFER  DISPERSION ANGLE IS    0.3000  RADIANS
               POROSITY  OF  THE  AQUIFER  REGION  IS   0.39000
               POROSITY  BENEATH THE  TRENCH  IS   0.35000
               PERMEABILITY BENEATH  THE TRENCH  IS     2.200  METERS/YEAR


    1      AAA  ATMOSPHERIC  INFORMATION AAA


               SOURCE HEIGHT IS    1.0  MEIERS
               VELOCITY  OF  GRAVITATION  PALL IS    0.01  METERS/SECOND
               WIND VELOCITY IS   2.01  METERS/SECOND
               DEPOSITION  VELOCITY  IS    0.10  METERS/SECOND
               GAUGE DISTANCE  FROM  SOURCE  IS  17700.00 METERS
               LID  HhlGHT  Ib   300.00  MEIERS
               HOSKER ROUGHNESS FACTOR  IS    0.01
               TYPK OF STABILITY FORMULATION  IS   1
               STABILITY  CLASS  IS   4
               FRAUION OF  TIME WIND BLOWS  TOWARD BRCULATION IS  0.484000
               RESUSPENSION FACTOR  PARAMETERS        0.1000E-05      -0.1500E+00       0.1000E-10
               FROM YEAR     0  TO YEAR     0  THE  RESUSPENSION KATE  DUE  TO  MECHANICAL DISTURBANCES WILL BE  4.0000E-04
                    THIS  WILL  OCCUR  DURING   2.40  OF  EACH YEAR

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          AAA  SURFACE  INFORMATION  AAA
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     PARAMETERS  tOK  UNIVERSAL  LOSS  EQUATION
          RAINFALL         250.00
          ERODllilLlTY       0.23
          STEEPNESS-SLOPE   0.27
          COVER              0.30
          EROSION CONTROL   0.30
          DELIVERY RATIO     1.00
     SOIL POROSITY IS  0.39000
     SOIL BULK DENSITY IS  1.60000  G/CC
     RUNOFF FRACTION IS  0.29000

               STREAM FLOW RATE IS   3.5700E+05  CUBIC  METLRS  PER  YEAR
     CROSS SLOPE EXTENT Of SPILLAGE IS   1003.00 METERS
     ACTIVE SOIL DEPTH IS     0.10  MtTLRS
     AVERAGE DOWN SLOPE DISTANCE  10 STREAM IS    100.00  METERS
AAA A1R-FOODCHAIN INFORMATION  AAA

     AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTIVITY FOR  GRASS      O.G7  KG/MAA2
     AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTIVITY FOR  VEGETATION       0.65 KG/MAA2
     SURFACE DENSITY FOR SOIL      240.00 KG/MAA2
     WEATHER DECAY CONSTANT      0.00 I/HOURS
     PERIOD PASTURE GRASS EXPOSURE  GROWING SEASON    720.00  HOURS
     PERIOD CROP/VEGETATION EXPOSURE GROWING SEASON   1440.00  HOURS
     PERIOD BETWEEN HARVEST PASTURE GRASS AND  INGESTION BY ANIMAL      0.00  HOURS
     PERIOD BETWEEN STORED FEED AND INGESTION  BY ANIMAL  2160.00 HOURS
     PERUiU BETWEEN HARVEST LEAFY VEGETABLES AND INGESTION BY  MAN(M.I.E.)      24.00  HOURS
               PERIOD BETWEEN HARVEST PRODUCE AND INGESTION  BY  MAN(M.I.E.)
                                                               0.83
     PERIOD BETWEEN HARVEST LEAFY VEG AND INGESTION BY MAN(G
     PERIOD BETWEEN HARVEST PRODUCE AND INGESTION BY MAN(G.P.E
     FRACTION OF YEAR ANIMALS GRAZE ON PASTURE      1.00
     FRACTION OF DAILY FEED THAI 113 FRESH GRASS
     AMOUNT OF FEED CONSUMED BY CATTLE     50.00 KG
     AMOUNT OF FEED CONSUMED BY GOATS      6.00 KG
     TRANSPORT TIME FEED-MILL-RECEPTOR FOR M.I.E.
     TRANSPORT TIME tEED-MlLL-RECEPTOk FOR G.P.E.
     TIME FROM SLAUGHTER OF MEAT TO CONSUMPTION
     ABSOLUTE HUMIDITY OF THE ATMOSPHERE
     FRACTIONAL EQUILIBRIUM RATIO FOR C-14
AAA WATLk-FOQDCHAIN INFORMATION AAA
                                                                       P.E.
  1440.00 HOURS
)     336.00  HOURS
   336.00 HOURS
                                                                48.00 HOURS
                                                                %.00 HOURS
                                                             480.00 HOURS
                                                        9.90 G/MAA3
                                                          1.00
               FRACTION OF YEAR CROPS ARE IRRIGATED      0.40
               IRRIGATION RATE      0.015 L/(MAA2-H)
               AMOUNT OF HATER CONSUMED BY COWS      60.00 L/D
               AMOUNT OF WATER CONSUMED BY GOATS       8.00 L/D
               AMOUNT OF WATER CONSUMED BY BEEF CATTLE      50.00 L/D
          AAA  HUMAN INGES11UN AND INHALATION RATE INFORMATION AAA
               ANNUAL INTAKE OF LEAFY VEG
               ANNUAL INTAKE OF PRODUCE
               ANNUAL INTAKE OF COW'S MILK
               ANNUAL INTAKE OF GOAT'S MILK
               ANNUAL INTAKE OF MEAT
                                    2.00 KILOGRAMS PER YEAR
                                 13.00 KILOGRAMS PER YEAR
                                    11.00 LITERS PER YEAR
                                     0.00 LITERS PER YEAR
                               9.00 KILOGRAMS PER YEAR
     ANNUAL INTAKE OF DRINKING HATER  370.00 LITERS PER YEAR
     ANNUAL INHALATION RATE OF AIR  8000.00 CUBIC METERS PER YEAR
               A BRCULAI10N OF
                            2b. WILL BE CONSIDERED

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9.9000E-01
5.5223E+00
9.4212E-02
2.1833E-01
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    H-3
    C-14
    CR-51
    MN-54
    FE-55
    CO-58
    NI-59
    CO-GO
    NI-63
    SR-90
    NB-94
    TC-99
    RU-10G
    SB-125
    1-129
    CS-134
    CS-135
                         DISTRIBUTION COEFFICIENTS  ML/G

                          TRENCH      VERTICAL     AQUIFER
             l.OOE-02
             l.OOE-02
             2.001N02
             l.bOE+02
             G.OOH^S
             5.50E+01
             5.50E+01
             1 .bOK+02
             l.t>OE+02
             3.50E+02
             5.00E-OJ
             2.20E+02
             4.50E+01
             3.00G+00
             l.OOH+03
             l.OOE+03
l.OOE-02
l.OOE-02
2.00E+02
1.50E+02
6.00E+03
5.50E+01
1.50E+02
5.50E+01
1.50E+02
1.50H+02
3.50E+02
b.OOK-01
2.20H+02
4.50H+01
•J.OOEi-00
l.OOK+03
i.OOE+03
l.OOE-02
i.OOE-0'2
2.00E+02
1.50E+02
G.OOE+03
5.50G+01
1.50E+02
S.50E+01
l.bOE-l-02
l.bOE+02
3.5012^2
5.00H-01
2.20E+02
4.50E+01
3.00E+00
l.OOU+03
i.ooe+03
l.OOE-02
l.OOE-02
2.00L+02
] .bOE+02
6.00E+03
5.50E+01
l.bOE-i-02
5.50E+01
1.50E+02
2.00E+01
3.50E+02
b.OOH-01
2.20E+02
4.50E+01
5.00E-01
&.OOE+02
5.00E+02

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    CE-144
    EU-154
    U-234
    U-235
    NP-237
    U-23E)
    F'U-230
    PU-239
    PU-240
    PU-241
    AM--241
    PU-242
    Ah-243
    CH-243
    CH-244
     NUCL1HE
H-3
C-14
CR-51
MN-54
FE-35
CO-50
NI-59
CO-GO
NI-G3
SR-90
NB-94
TC-9CJ
RU-10&
SB-125
1-129
CS-134
CS-135
CS-137
CE-144
EU-154
U-234
U-235
NP-237
U-238
PU-239
PU-239
PU-240
PU-24]
AM-241
PU-242
AM-243
CM-243
Ch-244
l.OOE+03
1.10E+03
4.00M03
7.50EI02
'/.bQlHQ?.
5.00£K)0
7.50E-<02
3.50E+03
3.bOE+03
3.50E+03
3.50E103
8.00E+04
3.bOtM03
H.OOEi-04
3.30L-I03
3.30L+03
RETENTION
IN AIR

2.00E-01
2.00E-01
2.00E-01
2.00E-01
2.00E-01
2.00E-01
2.00E-01
2.00K-01
2.00E-01
2.00E-0]
2.00E-01
2.00E-01
2.00E-01
2.00K-01
2.00E-01
2.00E-01
2.00E-01
2.00E-01
2.00K-01
2.00E--01
2.00E-01
2.00E-01
2.00E-01
2.00E-01
2.00E-01
2.00E-01
2.00E-01
2.00E-01
2.00E-01
2.00E-01
2.00E-01
2.00E-01
2.00E-01
l.OOK+03
1.10E+03
4.00E+03
7.50E>003
3.501H03
3.50E>03
3.50L't03
8.00E>04
3.50Ei03
8.00E>04
3.30t^3
3.30K-I03
RE1ENIION
(N HATER

2.50E-01
2.50E-01
2.50E-01
2.&OK-01
2.50E-01
2.50E-01
2.50E-01
2.&OII-01
2.50E-01
2.50E-01
2.50E-01
2.bOE-01
2.50E-01
2.50E-01
2.50L-01
2.50E-01
2.50L-01
2.SOE-01
2.bOE-01
2.50E-01
2.50E-01
2.50E-01
2.50E-01
2.50C--01
2.50E-01
2.50E--01
2.50L-01
2.bOE-01
2.50E-01
2.50E-01
2.50E-01
2.bOE-01
2.50E-01
l.OOE+03
1.10EKVJ
4.00H+03
7.50EH02
7.bOE+02
S.OOE^OO
'/.50E + 02
3.50E+03
3.50E+03
3.50E+03
3.50E+03
8.00E+04
3.50E+03
U.OOE-i-04
3.30Ei03
3.30E+03
TRANS COEEF
SOIL-y CROP
D/KG
4.00E+00
S.^OEiOO
2.50E-04
2.bOf-01
4.00E-03
2.00E-02
G.OOE-02
2.00E--02
G.OOE-02
2.50E+00
Vi.OOE-02
O.b'OE+00
7.50E-02
a.OOE-01
l.OOL-i-00
8.00E-02
8.00E--02
U.OOE-02
1 .OOE-02
2.50E-OJ
0.50L-03
0.50E-03
4.30E-03
8.50E-0:j
4.50E-04
4.50E--04
4.50E-04
4.50E-04
5.50E-0:J
4.bOt-04
5.50E-OJ
8.50H--04
0.50E-04
5.00Ei02
1.10E+03
4.00H+03
7.50E+02
7.bOEH-02
5.00E+00
7.bOEi02
3.50E+03
3.bOE^3
3.50E+03
3.bOE+03
B.OOE+04
3.50E-I03
8.00E+04
3.30E+03
3.30E1-03
TRANS COEtF
SOIL-R CROP
L/K(i
4.hJOE:-00
5.bOE+00
5. OOE-02
5. OOE-02
1.0013-03
7.00E-03
G.OOE-02
7.00E-03
G.OOE-02
2.50E-01
5.00E-03
1.50E+00
2. OOE-02
3. OOE-02
l.OOEiOO
J. OOE-02
3. OOE-02
3. OOE-02
4.00K-03
J.SOE-03
4.00E-03
4.00E-03
4.30E-03
4.00E-03
4.50K-Ob
4.50E-05
4.!:IOE-04
4.50E-OS
2.50E-04
4.50L-05
2.50E-04
l.SOE-Ob
1.50E--05


TRANS COEFF
VEG-COW MILK
U/L
1. OOE-02
1.20E-02
2.20E-03
3.50E-04
2.50E-04
2.00E--03
l.OOE-03
2.00E- 03
l.OOE-03
l.bOE-03
2. OOE-02
l.OOL-02
G.OOE-07
l.OOE-04
1. OOE-02
y.OOE-03
7.00E-03
7.00E-03
5.00E-OG
2.00G-03
G.OOE-04
&.OOE-04
b.OOE-06
G.OOE-04
l.OOE-07
l.OOE-07
l.OOE-07
l.OOK-07
4.00E-07
l.OOE-07
4.00E-07
2.00E-OS
2.00E-05


TRANS COEFF


TRANS COEFF
MEG -GOAT MILK VEG-MEAT
U/L
1.70E-01
I.OOE-01
l.OOE-03
2.SOE-04
1.30E-04
l.OOE-03
G.70E-03
l.OOE-03
G.70E-03
1.40E-02
2.50E-03
2.tiOE-02
1.30E-04
l.bOE-03
3.00E-01
•J.OOE-01
3.00E-01
3.00E-01
l.OOK-04
2.00E-05
b.OOE-04
b.OOK-04
5.00E-06
5.00E-04
1.50E-06
1.50E-0&
1.50E-OG
2.50E-OG
o.ooe-voo
l.bOE-06
O.OOE+00
O.OOEHOO
O.OOE+00
IN111AI. CALCULATIONS















NUCLIDE
H-3
C-14
CR-51
HN-b4
MASS
3.
14.
51.
54.





l.i /KG
1.20E-02
0.10E-02
2.40E-03
4.00E-04
2. OOE-02
3. OOE-02
6.00E-03
2. OOE-02
G.OOE-03
3.00E-04
2.50E-01
8.50E-03
2.00E-03
l.OOE-03
7.00E-03
2. OOE-02
2. OOE-02
2. OOE-02
7.50E-04
4.80E-03
2.00L-04
2.00E-04
5.50E-05
2.00E-04
b.OOE-07
5.00E-07
7.00E-07
5.00E-07
3.50E-0&
5.00E-07
3.50E-06
3.50E-06
3.50E-OG







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OUTPUT
*******
INPUT







FROM SUBROUTINE INFIL
*********************
DATA AS READ IN
30.500 0.010 0.020 0
DAILY

DAILY









.250 0.









240 1









.200 0.
E£-55
CO-50
NI-59
CO-GO
NI-63
SR-90
NB-94
TC-99
RU-106
SB-125
1-129
CS-134
CS-135
CS-137
CE-144
EU-154
U-234
U-235
NP-237
U-238
PU-238
PU-239
PU-240
PU-241
AM-241
PU-242
AM-243
CM-243
CM-244


350E-03









0.140E-









05
55.
58.
59.
60.
63.
90.
94.
99.
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125.
129.
134.
135.
137.
144.
154.
234.
235.
237.
238.
238.
239.
240.
241.
241.
242.
243.
243.
244.


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SUNSHINE DY MONTH (HOURS)
10. H 11.2 12.0
TEMPERATURES (DEGREES
MONTH= JAN FEB MAR
DAY
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9

8.88 10.16 6.00
8.48 6.81 8.76
7.05 7.79 12.65
15.27 1:3.93 14.35
6.13 12.14 17.74
8.84 13.12 16.25
15.54 6.94 10.90
15.54 9.23 4.41
15.54 13.06 7.93
12.8
CELSIUS)
APR

20.92
19.34
20.61
16.68
11.78
12.02
8.20
8.60
12.57
13.4
I
MAY

17.80
19.45
20.04
20.37
11.90
20.78
20.90
21.38
20.27
13.

JUN

25 . 34
26.79
25.34
23.45
25.40
24.17
23.86
26.07
27.60
7 13.

•HIL

26.30
25.79
27.73
28.48
25.39
22.78
18.01
12.58
21/33
(. 13

ALIG

24.99
25.92
25.28
26.23
23.77
23.70
25.78
25.85
25.12
.0



21
22
22
18
16
15
15
16
18
12.3

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.89 13.
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.00 18.
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.54 21.
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(id

96
38
17
79
95
37
63
47
77
11.6

10.9

NOV

39.89
19.56
19.56
19.56
19.56
19.56
19.56
19.56
19.56

19.77
19.15
19.73
19.23
20.96
13.86
11.56
11.70
13.60
   10.6
DEC

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14
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19
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23
24
25
26
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1
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1
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1
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2
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4.59 18.87 15.35
7.46 21.13 17.93
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14.71 19.25 20.36
19.33 12.33 20.93
16.27 17.60 21.36
8.03 17.04 16.86
10.02 20.02 14.26
11.90 23.06 19.05
14.61 23.56 20.29
8.04 17.91 16.27
10.49 15.05 13.65
16.75 13.29 13.41
12.71 16.55 16.35
1.94 13.24 20.59
i!.03 6.57 18.13
3.65 6.58 17.02
0.00 11.19 15.51
0.00 16.00 15.75
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12.97 19.56 13.17
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30.64 16.61 8.33
8.38 16.83 14.85
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11.43 15.29 16.79
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1.0077E+00
l.OOOOE+00
l.OOOOE+00
l.OOOOE+00
l.OOOOLiOO
l.OOOOK+00
l.OOOOE+00
l.OOOOE+00
l.OOOOE+00
l.OOOOE+00
l.OOOOE+00
l.OOOOE+00
l.OOOOE+00
l.OOOOE+00
BREAK THRU
TIME Y
G.8035E+01
G.8035E401
1.0001E+04
1.0001E+04
1.0001E*04
1.0001E+04
1.0001E+04
1.0001E+04
l.OOOJK+04
1.0001E+04
1.0001E+04
'^.0279E + 02
1.0001E+04
1.0001E+04

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    1-129
    CS-134
    CS-135
    CS-137
    CE-144
    EU-154
    U-2J4

    NP-237
    U-230
    PU-23S
    PU-2.39
    PU-240
    PU-241
    AM-241
    PU-24.-!
    AM-243
    CM-243
    CM-244
1 . 6I-!S7E + 01
5.07G5E+03
5 .0765E i-03
5.07G5E+03
5.5841EH03
2.0303E+04
3.B076E+03
'1.807GEi<03
2.6J78EH01
H.H07GH03
1.7765E+04
1.7765E*04
1.776bEM04
1.77G5E+04
4.0604E+05
1.7765E+04
4.0G04EI-05
1.G750EH04
1.6750EH04
1.19G1E+02
3.7421E+04
3.7421Ef04
3.7421E+04
4.11G2E+04

2.'l)OG7E + 04
2.80671H04
1.9444E+02
2.8067E104
1.309bE'22fc-01
9.t^5GE-01
7.7538F.-0)
9.8996E-01
9.t(775E-01
5.I919E-02
1.V400E-01
9.8947E-01
l.:-!497E-01
9.9000E-01
7.U372E-01
3.G829E-02
TRENCH
OVERFLOW
U
O.OOOOE^O
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE-iOO
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOEfOO
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOEVOO
O.OOOOEHOO
O.OOOOE+00
TRENCH
DRAINAGE
CI
3.5079E-03
G.021GE-03
5.234BE-09
4.9401E-07
4.9798E-08
1.2212E-07
1.1657E-05
1.0443E-05
1.1570E-05
9.1304E-OG
5.0012E-06
2.2434E-03
4.1708E- 07
6.8003E-OG
5.3397E-04
2.2109E-07
1.7514E-OG
1.3865K-OG
5.9233E-08
AMOUNT AT
WELL
CI
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOK+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOH+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00

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co
i
      EU-lb4
      U-234
      U-235
      NP-237
      U-238
      PU-230
      PU-239
      PU-240
      PU-241
      AM-241
      PU-242
      AM-243
      CM-243
      CM-244
        NUCL1DE
11-3
C-H
CR-51
hN-54
FE-55
CO-5CI
NI--59
CO-GO
NI-G3
SR-90
NB-94
TC-99
RU-10G
SB-125
 1-129
CS-134
CS-13b
CS-137
CE-144
EU-154
U-234
U-2;j5
NP-237
U-238
 PU-230
 PU-239
 PU-240
 PU-241
 AM-241
 PU-24i!
 Ah-243
 CM-243
 CM-244
1
6.4&20E-01
9.8999E-01
9.9000E-01
9.8%7E-01
9.9000E-01
9.U221E-01
9.8997E-01
9.8989E-01
5.9710E-01
9.&851E-01
9.9000L-01
9.8991E-01
7.94t.lE-01
6.7170E-01
SURFACE
SOIL CONG
CI/KG
7.1H37E-13
1. 23 3 IE- 12
3.bi619E-]3
2.502JE--11
1.03T3E-10
H.lbGGE-12
5.9043E-10
1.K442F-10
5.0G01E-10
4.6245E--10
6.0J37E-10
5.&102E-11
3.12821: 11
9.&&OOE-11
2.30b7E~10
7.6G09E-11
C..06B7E-10
4.8042E-10
2.258GE--]]
3. 988 IE- 10
&.ObU8E-10
&.050BE-10
3.0692E-10
&.05B8E-10
6.0422E-10
G.OtWE-10
&.OH94E-10
3.&731E-10
6.0B9JE-10
6.0901E-10
G.0977E-10
4.8871E-10
4.1317E-10
O.OOOOE^O
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOEi-00
O.OOOOH+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE^O
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE-iOO
O.OOOOEi-00
O.OOOOE-iOO
O.OOOOE+00
SURFACE
WATER CONC
CI/hAA:)
7.26GOE-OQ
1.2473E-07
1.803&E-12
1.6873E-10
1.75221^-11
3.9GG3E-1]
3.981&E-09
3.39UIE-09
3.9510E-09
3.110bE-0'J
1.7300E-0'J
1.1J50E-07
1.4383E-10
2.1714E--09
7. 774 1L- 00
7.7493E-11
6.13H7E-10
4.B59GE--10
2.0770E-11
1.00fabE-10
0.17)bE-10
8.1715E-10
G.20CJ2E-OU
8.1715E-10
1.74G2E-10
1.7GOOE-10
1.7599E-10
1.0G1GE-10
7. 699 ]E- 12
1.7G01L-10
7.7100L-12
1.4980E-10
1.2665E-10
2.8674E-07
2.3350i:-OG
2.3350E-OG
3.3174L-04
2.3350E-OG
4.9656E-07
b.0049E-07
b.004bE-07
3.0187E-07
2.18G6E-08
&.0050E-07
2.1897E-08
4.2G01E-07
3.G016E-07
SOLUBLE 10
STREAM
CI
2.33G8H-03
4.0114E-03
5.7937L-08
b.42G5E-06
5.G352E-07
l.r/bGK-OG
1.2805E-04
1.090UE-04
1.2709E-04
1.0029E-04
5.5896E-05
3.G502E-OJ
4.G257E-OG
G.9835E-05
2.b002i:-03
2.4922E-OG
1.9743E--0&
1.5G29E-05
6.G790E-07
3.2435E-OG
2.62t)OE-Ob
2.G280E-05
1.9969E-03
2.G280E-05
5.G1G1E-06
5.GG04E-06
&.GGOOE-OG
3.4141E-06
2.4761E-07
b.GGOGE-06
2.4796E-07
4.8177E-06
4.0731E-06
O.OOOOL'+OO
O.OOOOK+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
SOLUBLE 10
DEEP LAYERS
CI
3.1338E-03
5.J795E-03
7.769GE-08
7.2771E-OG
7.IJ570E-07
].7)06E-06
1.7172E-04
1.4G28E-04
1.7044E-04
].3450L'-04
7.49bOL'-05
4.U951E-03
G.2032E-06
9.3G51E-05
3.3b29E-03
3.3422E-OG
2.G47Gt'-Ob
2.0959E-OS
8.9579E-07
4.3497E-06
3.5243E-Ob
3.5243E-05
2.G779K-03
J.S243E-05
7.5313E--06
7.5909E-0&
7.&903E-06
4.b7C4K-06
3.3206E-07
7.5911E-OG
3.3253E-07
6.4G07E-OG
5.4G21E-06


A1MOSPHEKE
AT SPILLAGE
C1/MAA3
4.2147E-1S
7.2349E-15
2.0899E-15
1.4G81E-13
G.0901E-13
1.2G54E-14
3.4G4JE-12
1.0821E-12
J.4;JfJ3E-12
2.7133E-12
3.b284E-12
J.2917E-13
1.8354E-13
5.GG79E-13
1.3&2CE-12
4.4950E-13
3.5G07E-12
2.C180E-12
1.3252E-13
2.3400E-12
3.5549E-12
3.5549E-12
1.0008E-32
3.SIJ49E--12
3.b452E-li!
3.5732E-12
3.5729E-12
2.15b2E-li!
3.5727E-12
3.b733E-12
3.5778E-12
2.1]674E-12
2.4242E-12


ATMOSPHERE
DOWN WIND
CI/MAA3
2.2031E-2G
3.7818E-26
1.0924E-26
7.6739E-2b
J.IU7GE-24
6.6143E-26
1.8109E-23
b.GbG2E-24
1.7973E-23
1.4183E-23
1.8444E-23
1.7207E-24
9.5941E-25
2.9G27E-24
7.0714E-24
2.3496E-24
1.8613E-23
L.4/-J4E-23
6.9273E-2b
J.2232E-23
].Ob82E-23
1.B502E-23
9.4132E-24
1.8b>32E-23
1.8b31E-23
1.8G78E-23
1.867GE-23
1.12G6E-23
1.8675E-23
1.C678E-23
1.8702E-23
1.4989E-23
1.2672E-23


UELL UATER
CONC
CI/MAA3
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOEiOO
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOEHOO
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOEHOO
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
                          ANNUAL SUMMARY FOk YEAR    100 Uf THE SIMULATION
                THE TRENCH CAP HAS HAD  24.97 PER CENT FAILURE
                THE MAXIMUM POSSIBLE UATER DEPTH  IN TRENCH DURING 'IHE YEAR
                 2.02G5E-01 CUBIC MEIERS OF WATER LEFT BOTTOM OF TRENCH
                 O.OOOOE+00 CUBIC METERS OF WATER  OVERFLOWED TRENCH
                                                                      IS   1.62E-01 METERS

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                                                     NUCLIDE TRANSPORT INFORMATION
TO
I
     NUCL1HE
H-3
C-14
CR-51
MN-S4
EE-55
CO-58
NI-59
CO-60
NI-63
SR-90
NB-94
TC-99
RU-106
SB-125
1-129
CS-134
CS-135
CS-137
CE-144
EU-1S4
U-234
U-235
NP-237
U-238
PU-238
PU-239
PU-240
PU-241
AM-241
PU-242
AM-243
CM-243
CM-244
     NUCLIDE
   H-3
   C-14
   CR-51
   MN-54
   FE-55
   CO-58
   NI-59
   CO-60
   NI-G3
   SR-90
   NB-94
   TC-99
   RU-10G
   SB-125
   1-129
AMOUNT IN
TRENCH
CI
1.0734E-03
4.8918E-01
O.OOOOE+00
6.9038E-37
l.ei05GE-12
O.OOOOE+00
9.8782E-01
G.f+640E-07
4.G562E-01
7.0b'42E-Oi!
9.8GOOE-01
7.M97E-01
1.2338E-31
3.0K92E-12
9.3119E-01
4.4704E-1G
9.JJ977E-01
7.9593E-02
1.9972E-40
8.9122E-03
9.{J':)45E-01
9.8973E-01
9.5301E-01
9.U973E-01
4.4928E-01
9.!.<710E-Oi
9.7950E-01
3.3019E-03
8.5124E-01
9.097GE-01
9.0073E-01
9.:,'697E-02
].;+b07E-02
SURFACE
SOIL CONC
CI/KG
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOL+QO
1.9S13E-47
t:.S219E-22
O.OOOOE+00
;!.7'J19E-11
1.2108E-19
1.31b9E-ll
l.(J(J3SE-12
].b947E-10
O.OOOOE^O
g.r/29E-42
9.K016E-2G
7.8970E-49
TRENCH
OVERFLOW
Cl
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOL'+OO
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOH+00
O.OOOOE^O
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOH+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOL+00
SURFACE
HATER CONC
C1/MAA3
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE^OO
O.OOOOE+00
1.3008E-4G
1.4203E-22
O.OOOOE+00
1.&612K-10
2.2014E-18
8.7730E-11
1.3292E-1]
4.^5G3E-10
O.OOOOE^O
4.1G9SE-41
2.17U1F.-24
2.6324E-46
TRENCH
DRAtNAiJE
Cl
8.3944E-06
3.8255E-03
O.OOOOE+00
1.0370E-41
5.6641E-19
O.OOOOE+00
1.4837E-05
2.8028E-]]
6.9937E-OG
] .Ob9GE-OG
6.3539E-06
2.2176E-03
1.2643E-3G
1.5400E-1S
G.4109E-04
1.008tiE-21
2.2335E-OG
1.79G1E-07
4.0972E-4G
5. 02892-09
2.9768E-06
2.9777E-OG
4.0752E-04
2.9777E-OG
2.8973E-07
6.3G56E-07
6.31G6E-07
2.1293E-09
2.4018E-08
G.3827E-07
2.7G72E-08
6.3400E-08
9.2931K-09
tULUBLF: TO
STREAM
Cl
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
4.183GE-42
4.5679E-10
O.OOOOE+00
5.9859E-OG
7.0798E-14
2.8215E-OG
4.2748E-07
1.4654E-05
O.OOOOE+00
1.3410E-36
7.0051E-20
8.4G59E-42
AMOUNT AT
WELL
CI
1.1701E-05
5.2918E-03
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOH+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOK+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOL+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+-00
O.OOOOE+00
SOLUBLE 10
DEEP LAYERS
Cl
O.OOOOK+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
5.6104E-42
G.12b7L'-18
O.OOOOE+00
8.0273E-OG
9.4943E-34
I3.7037E-OG
5.732GE-0'/
1.9G51E-05
O.OOOOE+00
1.7983E-36
9. 394 IK- 20
1.1353E-41


A1MOSPHERE
AT SPILIAI3I-
CI/HAA3
O.OOOOK+00
O.OOOOE^OO
O.OOOOE+00
1.9874E-53
U.G797E-28
O.OOOOEfOO
2.843bE-17
1.2332E-25
1.3403E-17
2.0307E-1U
1.G242E-1G
O.OOOOE+00
9.3428E-48
9.9831E-32
8.0432E-55


ATMOSPHERE
DOWN WIND
CI/MAA3
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE^OO
O.OOOOE+00
1.0388E-G4
4.5370E-39
O.OOOOE+00
1.4cJG4E-28
6.44GOE-37
7.0061E-29
1.0G1&E-29
8.4902E-2S
O.OOOOE+00
4.883GE-59
5.2184E-43
4.2044E-66


HELL WATER
CONC
CI/MAA3
7.2G01E-11
3.3035E-08
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00

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    CS-134
    CS-135
    CS-137
    CE-144
    EU-154
    U-234
    U-2J5
    NP-237
    U-238
    PU-238
    PU- 23')
    PU-240
    PU-241
    AM-241
    PU-242
    AM-243
    CM-243
    CM-244
    1
1.7133K-25
3.7932E-10
3.0505E-11
7.9862E-50
4.6507E-12
3.2460F-10
3.2470E-10
l.Oi'JOE-37
3.2470E-10
2.4046E-10
5.2U34E-10
5.2427E-10
1.7G73E-12
5.1792K-10
3.297&E-10
5.9670E-10
4.9214E-11
7.213UE-12
1.7133E-25
3.7932E-10
3.0SObE-ll
7.2602E-50
1.2127E-12
4.3280E-10
4.3293E-10
2.0380E-35
4.3293E-LO
&.&702E-11
1.I5095E-10
1.4CJ79E-10
5.0496E-13
&.474JE-12
1.513&E-10
7.4588E-li>
1.49KJE-11
2.1BGOE-~li!
ANNUAL SUMMARY
5.5102E-?!
1.2199E-05
CJ.810GE-07
2.3350E-45
3.CJ001E-0(J
1.39]cJt-OB
1.3924E-05
G.b545E-31
1.3'J24E-05
2.201J5E-OG
4.Q548E-OG
4.8175E-OG
1.G240E-00
2.0821E-07
4.8G79E-06
2.3908E-07
4.79G3E-07
7.0304E-00
FOR YEAR 200
7.3894E-21
1.G360E-05
1.3156E-06
I3.1313E-45
5.2302E-08
1.8GG6E-05
1.8G72E--05
8.7897E-31
1.U672E-05
2.9G31E-OG
G.5105E-OG
G.4G04E-OG
•2.1778E-08
2.7922E-07
G.52U1E-06
3.2169E-07
6.4320E-07
9.4280E-08
1.7451E-31
3.0G34E-1G
3.10G9E-17
13.1341E-5G
4.940bL'~lU
3.3061E-16
3.3071E-1G
1.0379K-43
3.J071E-IG
2.4491E-1G
S.JI312E-IG
&.3398E-16
1.8001E-10
S.2751E-16
b.J9b7E-l&
6.077&E-1G
5.0125E-17
7.3473K-10
9.1217E-43
2.0195E-27
1.6241E-20
4.2518E-&7
2.5825E-2(J
1.72tl2L'-27
1.7287E-27
5.4252E-55
1.72U7E-27
1.2002E-27
2.B129E -27
2.7912E-27
9.4093E-30
2.7574E-27
2.G204E--27
3.1768E-27
2.G202E-28
3.840GE-29
O.OOOOL'+OO
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE-tOO
O.OOOOIMOO
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOEHOO
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOEHOO
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOEHOO
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
OF THE SIMULATION
U3
I
THE TRENCH CAP HAS HAD  30.00 PER CENT FAILURE
THE MAXIMUM POSSIBLE WATER DEPTH IN TRENCH  DURING  THE  YEAR  IS
 2.2&11E-01 CUBIC METERS OF WATER LEFT BOTTOM OF TRENCH
 O.OOOOE+00 CUBIC MEIERS OF WATER  OVERFLOUED TRENCH
                                                                              1.B1E-01 METERS
                                                       NUCLIDE TRANSPORT INFORMATION
       NUCLIDE
     H-3
     C-14
     CR-51
     MN-54
     FE-5b
     CO-58
     NI-59
     CO-GO
     NI-&3
     SR-90
     NB-94
     TC-99
     RU-10G
     SB-125
     1-129
     CS-134
     CS-135
     CS-137
     CE-144
     EU-1S4
     U-234
     U-23b
     NP-237
     U-238
     PU-238
     PU-239
     PU-240
AMOUNT IN
TRENCH
CI
1.5755E-06
2.01G7E-01
O.OOOOK+00
5.0573E-72
] .0383E-23
O.OOOOE+00
9.8b30E-01
1.2644E-12
2.1891E-01
6.2G20E-03
9.8187K-01
5.b270E-01
1.4718E-G1
4.2662E-23
8.G201E-01
1.1427E-30
9.8950E-01
7.tJtJ[(2E-03
O.OOOOE^OO
1.1734E-04
9.B884E-01
9.8940E-0]
9.0836E-01
9.8940E-01
2.0388E-01
9.0420E-01
9.G010E-01
TRENCH
OVERFLOW
CI
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOEvOO
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOEhOO
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOEHOO
O.OOOOE^O
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOEHOO
O.OOOOEHOO
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOEHOO
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOEHOO
O.OOOOE^O
O.OOOOEHOO
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOEi-00
TRENCH
DRAINAGE
CI
1.53G7E-00
1.9G70E-03
O.OOOOEHOO
9.45G5E-77
4.8G25E-30
O.OOOOE+00
1.8424E-0!)
6.4275E-17
4.0-333E-06
1.1709E-07
7.87G8E-OG
1.9960E-03
1.8775E-66
2.647GE-27
7.3892E-04
3.2101E-3G
2.7797E-OG
2.2188E-08
O.OOOOE+00
t).242GE-ll
3.7035E-OG
3.70iiGE-06
4.8360E-04
3.70b6E-OG
1.G368E-07
7.90J1E-07
7.7799E-07
AMOUNT AT
WELL
CI
2.4712E-08
3.1393E-03
O.OOOOEHOO
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOEHOO
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOEH-00
O.OOOOEiOO
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOEHOO
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOEHOO
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOEHOO
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00

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CD
I
CO
    PU-241
    AM-241
    PU-242
    AM-243
    CM-243
    CM-244
      NUCL1LE
H-3
C-14
CR-51
MN-54
FE-55
CO-58
NI-59
CO-GO
NI-G3
SR-90
NB-94
TC-99
RU-106
SB-12S
1-129
CS-134
    CS-137
    CE-144
    EU-1&4
    U-234
    U-235
    NP-237
    U-2313
    PU-238
    PU-239
    PU-240
    PU-24J
    AM-241
    PU-242
    AM-243
    CM-243
    CM-244
   1
1 .732bE-Ob
7.3193E-01
9.8950E-01
9.7J54E-01
1.0583E-02
2.6422E-04
SURFACE
SOIL CONC
CI/Klj
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE-iOO
O.OOOOfciOO
5.4339E-33
0.0000E+00
1.2882E-12
6.4607fc--29
2.1JG21G -13
0.1074E-15
4.1993E-11
O.OOOOK+00
1.3307E-72
7.0tlbt-41
O.OOOOE+00
2.7427E--40
2.374bE-10
1.8957E-12
O.OOOOE+00
5.6789K-14
J.7391E-10
1.7402E-10
1.79b4E-6b
1.7402E-10
9.5422E-1]
4.GOG3E-10
4.M356t-10
6.1089E-J5
4.42G2E-10
4.G311E-10
5.0751E-10
4.(J734E-12
1.21GI3E-13
o.oooot+oo
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOL+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
SURFACE
HATER CONC
C1/MAA3
O.OOOOL+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOL+00
O.OOOOL+00
9.05G5E-34
O.OOOOE+00
8.5880E-12
1.1747L-27
1.9081E-12
5.4583E-14
1.1998E-10
O.OOOOEHOO
6.0487E-72
1 .5692E- 39
O.OOOOEfOO
2.7427E-40
2.374bE-10
1.8958E-12
O.OOOOh'HOO
1.4197E-14
2.3188E-10
2.3203E-10
3.5'J09E-63
2.3203E-10
2.7263K-11
l.:3161E-10
1.29b'JL-]0
2.3168E-lb
5.5327E-12
1.323HL-10
7.3439E-12
1.476t)E-12
3.6872E-14
J.3909E-]!
2.b709E-08
7.9436E-07
3.4125E-08
9.0107E-09
2.2497E-10
SOLUBLE TO
STREAM
LI
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOK+00
2.912GE-29
O.OOOOE+00
VJ.7G20E-07
3.7779E-23
G.1365E-08
1.7554E-09
3.I3SB7E-06
O.OOOOE^OO
1.9453E-G7
5.04GUE-35
O.OOOOE+00
ti.820t)E-3G
7.G36GE--OG
G.09G-JE-08
O.OOOOEHOO
4.&G60E-10
7.4576E-06
7.4622E-OG
l.lb49E-b8
7.4G22E-OG
0.7G82E-07
4.232GE-OG
4.1G77E-OG
7.4511E-11
1.7794E-07
4.2b54E-06
2.3Gl'JE-07
4.7495E-OCI
1.1858E-09
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOL+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE-iOO
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOL+00
liOLUBLE 10
DEEP LAYERS
CI
O.OOOOK+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOL+00
I3.90GOE-29
O.OOOOE+00
3.7039E-07
5.06G3E-23
8.2293E-00
2.3541E-09
S.174GE-OG
O.OOOOE+00
2. 6007 E -67
6.7679K-3b
O.OOOOEfOO
l.lE)29L-3b'
1.0241L-05
U.17G2E-08
O.OOOOE+00
G.1231E-10
1.0001E-05
1.0007E-05
l.b4G7E-brd
1.0007E-05
1.1758E-06
5.G7G1E-OG
5.b'J(JOE-06
9.9922E-11
2.3862E-07
5.70&7E-06
3.1674E-07
6.3693E-08
1.5902E-09


ATMOSPHERE
AX SPILLAGE
C1/MAA3
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOEHOO
O.OOOOE+00
5.3345E-39
O.OOOOE+00
L.3120E-10
G.bti03E-3b
2.9151E-19
8.33Q9E-2]
4.2770E-17
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOEHOO
7.1923E-47
O.OOOOE+00
2.7935K-46
2.418bE-16
1.930I3E-10
O.OOOOE+00
5.7Q40K-20
1.7713E-16
1.7724E-1G
1.8287E-71
1.7724E-1G
9.71&9E-17
4.G915E-1G
4.G196E-1G
8.2590E-21
4ib'08LE-lG
4.7168E-16
S.'JOJ'JE-IG
4.9636L-18
1.2393E-19


ATMOSPHERE
DOWN WIND
CI/MAA3
O.OOOOEHOO
O.OOOOE+00
0.0000fc<00
O.OOOOE+00
2.I.I030E-50
O.OOOOE<00
G.8I583E-30
3.4397E-46
1.5238E-30
4.3b09E-32
2.2357E-28
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
3.7595E-5B
O.OOOOE+00
1.4(i02E-57
1.2642E-27
1.0093E-29
O.OOOOE+00
3.0234E-31
9.2bcJOE-28
9.2648E-2B
O.OOOOE+00
9.2648E-28
b.0802E-2t)
2.4524E-27
2.4147K-27
4.3171E-32
2.35G5E-27
2.4G56E-27
J.1279E-27
2.5946E-29
6.4780E-31


HELL WATER
CONC
C1/MAA3
1.5334E-13
1.9479E-OB
O.OOOOfeiOO
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOK+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOEHOO
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
                    ANNUAL SUMMARY FOR YEAR   300 OF THE SIMULATION
              THE TRENCH CAP HAS HAD  30.00 PER CENT FAILURE
              THE MAXIMUM POSSIBLE WATER DEPTH IN TRENCH  DURING  THE  YEAR  IS
               2.2611E-01 CUBIC METERS OF HATER LEFT BOTTOM  OF  TRENCH
               O.OOOOE+00 CUBIC METERS OF WATER  OVERFLOWED  TRENCH
                                                                          1.81E-01  MEIERS
                                                       NUCLIDE  TRANSPORT  INFORMATION
      NUCLIDE
            AMOUNT IN
              TRENCH
 TRENCH
OVERFLOW
 TRENCH
DRAINAGE
AMOUNT AT
  WELL

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H-3
C-14
CR-51
MN-54
EE-55
CO-58
NI-59
CO-GO
NI-63
SR-90
NB-94
TC-99
RU-106
SB-125
1-129
CS-134
CS-13S
CS-13?
CE-144
EU-154
U-234
U-235
NP-237
U-238
PU-238
PU-239
PU-240
PU-241
AM-241
PU-242
AM-243
CM-243
CM-244
CI
2.0994E-09
7.5475E-02
O.OOOOEiOO
O.OOOOE^O
7.1G01E-3b'
O.OOOOE+00
9.B2GOE-01
2.3280E-18
1.0290E-01
b.5577E-04
9.7768E-01
3.852BE-01
O.OOOOEiOO
5.8880E-34
7.9I22E-01
2.9208E-45
9.U1J19E-0]
7.8374E--04
O.OOOOE+00
].b449E-06
9.8818E-01
9.8902E-01
8.6124E-01

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    U-2.313
    PU-238
    PU-239
    PU-240
    F'U-241
    Ah-241
    PU-242
    AM-243
    CM-24J
    CM-244
   1
9
3
4
3
3
4
5
.3271E-11 1.
.7HG5E-11 1.
.0159E-10 1.
!7ii05E-17 l!
.7820.E-10 4.
.0404E-IO 1.
.7CI4GE-10 7.
ANNUAL'
243GE-10
oai'jK-n
1474E-10
1211E-10
OG30E-17
7202E--12
15G7E-10
2300E-12
4G24E--13
2192E-16
SUMMARY
3.999GE-OG
3.4794E-07
3.G902E-OG
J.G05GE-OG
3.41U7E-13
1.520GE-07
3.7200E-OG
2.3255E-07
4.7032E-09
2.0001E-11
FOR YEAR 400
5
4
4
4
4
2
4
3
G
2
OF
.3G3GE-OG 9.4998E-17
.GGGOE-07 3.85GGE-17
.9486E-OG 4.0902E-1G
.8352E-OG :3.9%!5E--1G
.504&E-13 3.7EI94E--23
.0392K-07 3.8b2GE-16
.rJ887E-06 4.1234E-16
. 1106E-07 5.8917E-H)
.3071E-09 4.91S2E-19
.G023E-H D.0903E-21
THE SIMULATION
4
9
2
2
2
3
2
.9G57E-28
.0159E-28
.138JE-27
.OU90E-27
.9U08E-34
.0138E-27
.1554E-27
.0797E-27
.5G93E-30
.092GE-32
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
.OOOOE+00
.OOOOEHOO
.OOOOE+00
.OOOOE+00
.OOOOEHOO
.OOOOE+00
.OOOOE+00
.OOOOE+00
.OOOOE+00
.OOOOE+00
              THE TKL'NCH LAP HAS HAD  30.00 PKK CENT FAILURE
              THE MAXIMUM POSSIBLE UATEk DEPTH IN TRENCH DURING THE YEAR IS
               2.2&11E-01 CUBIC hETERS OF WATER LEt'l BOTTOM OF TRENCH
               0.OOOOE+00 CUBIC METERS Of WATER  OVERFLOWED TRENCH
1.81E-01 METERS
CO
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o     NUCLIOE
    H-3
    C-14
    CR-51
    MN-54
    FE-55
    CO-58
    NI-59
    CO-GO
    NI-G3
    SR-90
    NB-94
    IC-99
    RU-106
    SB-125
    1-129
    CS-134
    CS-135
    CS-137
    CE-144
    EU-154
    U-234
    U-235
    NP-237
    U-238
    PU-238
    PU-23'J
    PU-240
    PU-241
    AM-241
    PU-242
    AM-243
    CM-243
    CM-244
                                                       NUCIJUE TRANSPORT INFORMATION
AMOUNT IN
TRENCH
CI
2.7974E-12
2.fi/l48L-02
0. OOOOE+00
0. OOOOE+00
4.937GE-4G
0. OOOOE+00
9.7991E-01
4.28G2E-24
4.B368E-02
4.9327E--05
9.7H51E-01
2.6850E-01
0. OOOOE+00
0.]?G4E-4b
7.2624E-01
7.4656E-60
9.8889E-01
7.7771E-05
0. OOOOEHOO
2.0341E-08
9.8753E-01
9.8864E-01
8.1656E-01
9.88G4E-01

9i7b40E-0]
9.4862E-01
4.7697E-10
5.4113L?-01
9.H09GE-0]
9.5343E-01
1.3793E-04
9.'J'J13E-08
TRENCH
OVERFLOW
CI
0. OOOOE+00
0. OOOOE+00
0. OOOOE+00
0. OOOOEHOO
0. OOOOE+00
0. OOOOE+00
O.OOOOEi-00
0. OOOOE+00
0. OOOOE+00
0. OOOOE+00
0. OOOOEHOO
0. OOOOEHOO
0. OOOOE+00
0. OOOOE+00
O.OOOOfihOO
0. OOOOE+00
0. OOOOE+00
0. OOOOE+00
0. OOOOE+00
0. OOOOE+00
0. OOOOE+00
0. OOOOE+00
0. OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE^O
0. OOOOE+00
0. OOOOE+00
0. OOOOE+00
0. OOOOEHOO
0. OOOOE+00
0. OOOOE+00
0. OOOOE+00
0. OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE-tOO
TRENCH
DRAINAGE
CI
2.7286E-14
2.7552E-04
0. OOOOE+00
0. OOOOE+00
2.3123E-52
0. OOOOE+00
1.032JE-05
2.1788E-28
9.0441E-07
9.2234E-10
7.8097E-OG
9.G995E-04
0. OOOOE+00
5.0433E-4rJ
G.2253E-04
2.0973E-G5
2.7780E-OG
2.1848E-JO
0. OOOOE+00
1.4289E-14
3.G98GE-OG
3.7027E-OG
4.3473E-04
3.7027E-OG
3.3705E-00
7.8S45E-07
7.G154E-07
3.8291E-16
1.9007E-08
7.9393K-07
3.3489E-08
1.1744E-10
8.5070E-14
AMOUNT AT
WELL
CI
S.3200E-14
S.3313E-04
0. OOOOE+00
O.OOOOL' + OO
0. OOOOE+00
0. OOOOE+00
0. OOOOE+00
0. OOOOE+00
0. OOOOE+00
0. OOOOE+00
0. OOOOE+00
2.0008E-03
0. OOOOE+00
0. OOOOE+00
6.4526E-04
0. OOOOE+00
0. OOOOE+00
0. OOOOE+00
0. OOOOE+00
0. OOOOE+00
0. OOOOE+00
0. OOOOE+00
0. OOOOE+00
0. OOOOE+00
0. OOOOE+00
0. OOOOE+00
0. OOOOE+00
0. OOOOE+00
0. OOOOE+00
0. OOOOE+00
0. OOOOEHOO
0. OOOOE+00
O.OOOOli+OO

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NUCLIHE


H-3
C-14
CR-51
MN-54
FE-55
CO-58
NI-59
CO-GO
NI-63
SR-90
NB-94
IC-99
RU-106
SB-125
1-129
CS-134
CS-135
CS-137
CE-144
EU-154
U-234
U-235
NP-237
U-238
PU-238
PU-239
PU-240
PU-241
AM-241
F'U-242
AM-243
CM-243
CM-244
GUK'FACE
SOIL CONC
CI/KG
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOEHOO
O.OOOOEHOO
O.OOOOE+00
2.2093E-55
O.OOOOE+00
2.7426E-15
1.839GE-47
1.3530E-1G
1.3007E-19
2.9U7E-12
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
3.6G52E-71
O.OOOOEHOO
'/.02U5E-70
9.3084E-11
7.HiU7E-15
O.OOOOEHOO
7.783GE-18
4.9930E- 11
4.9990E-11
O.OOOOE+00
4.9990E-11
1 . ti 0 '*! 5 E - 1 1
3.5010E-10
3. 3944E-10
1.7070L-19
3.2324E-10
3.538&F.-]0
5.G95GE-10
4.77SH8E-14
•J.4G17E-17
SURFACE
HATER CONC
CI/MAA3
O.OOOOE^O
O.OOOOEHOO
O.OOOOb' + OO
O.OOOOE+00
3.G822E-5G
O.OOOOE^O
1.8284E-14
3.3448E-46
9.025GE-1G
9.2045E-19
8.3192E-12
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
8.1449E-70
O.OOOOE+00
7.0205E-70
9.3084C--H

o!p6opE+oo

&'.G574E-11
G.GG54E-11
O.OOOOfc+00
G.GG54E-11

l!o003£-10
9.G904F;-!!
4.8773E-20
4.0405E-12
1.0J11E-10
7.1195E-12
1.44K1E-14
1.0490E-17
SOLUBLE TO
STREAM
Cl
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOEHOO
O.OOOOEHOO
O.OOOOE+00
1.1842E-51
O.OOOOE^O
5.8Q03E-10
1.0757E-41
•4.0027E-11
2.9603E-14
2.G755E-07
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
2.G195E-G5
O.OOOOE+00
2.2G04E-65
2.9937E-OG
2.3547E-10
O.OOOOEHOO
6.2582E-14
2.1411E--OG
2.1437E-OG
O.OOOOE+00
2.1437E-OG
1.3806E-07
3.2171E-OG
3.1191E-OG
1.5686E-15
1.2995E-07
3.251tlE-Ofi
2.2897E-07
4.G573E-10
3.3737E-V3
SOLUBLE 10
DEEP LAYERS
Cl
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOEHOO
O.OOOOEHOO
O.OOOOE+00
1.5881E-51
O.OOOOEi-00
7.885GE-10
1.442GE-41
3.892GE-U
'J 9698 E -14
3.5880E-07
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOEHOO
3.512BE-G5
O.OOOOEHOO
3.0313E-65
4.014GE-OG
3.157UL-10
O.OOOOE+00
0.092SE-14
2.8713K-06
2.8747E-06
O.OOOOE+00
2.8747E-OG
1.8515E-07
4.3142E-OG
4.1820E-06
2.1035E-15
1.74'^GE-07

3i070GE-07
G.24&6E-10
4.5242E-13
ATMOSPHERE
AT SPILLAGE
C1VMAA3
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOEHOO
O.OOOOE+00
2.2502E-61
O.OOOOE+00
2.7934E-2]
1.8737E-53
1.J709E-22
1.4062E-25
2.965GE-1G
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
7.1506E-76
9.4807E-17
7.4573E-21
O.OOOOE+00
7.9278E-24
1 0055E-17
b!o916E-17
O.OOOOEHOO
b.O'JIGE-r;
1.5303E--17
3.5G59E-1G
3.4573E-36
1 7 3 0 6 F ~ 'J b
3.2-J22E-1G
3.6044E-16
5.D010E-1G
4.8672E-20
3.52S8E-23
ATMOSPHERE
DOWN RIND
C1/MAA3
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOEHOO
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
1.17G2E-72
O.OOOOE+00
1.4G01K-32
9.7941E-6B
7.2078E-34
7.3507E-37
1.5S02E-29
O.OOOOEHOO
O.OOOOEHOO
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
4.95b8E-2G
3.8901E--32
O.OOOOE+00
4.1440E-35
2.G503E-28
2.6G15E-211
O.OOOOEHOO
2.661bE-28
7.9992E-29
1.0639E-27
1.0072E-27
9.0Q82E-37
1.7209E-27
1.8041K-27
J.0323E-27
2.5442E-3]
1.I3430E-34
WELL WATER
CONC
C1/MAA3
3.3010E-19
3.3080E-09
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOEHOO
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOEHOO
O.OOOOEHOO
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOEHOO
O.OOOOE+00
1.24J5E-08
O.OOOOEHOO
O.OOOOE+00
4.0038E-09
O.OOOOEHOO
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOEHOO
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOEHOO
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOEHOO
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
                    ANNUAL SUMMARY FOR YEAR   500 OF THE SIMULATION
          THE TRENCH CAP HAS HAD  30.00 PER CENT FAILURE
          THE MAXIMUM POSSIBLE WATER DEPTH IN TRENCH DURING THE YEAR IS
           2.2G11E-01 CUBIC METERS OF WATER LEFT BOTTOM Of TRENCH
           O.OOOOE+00 CUBIC METERS OF WATER  OVERFLOWED TRENCH
1.81E-01 METERS
                                                   NUCLIHE TRANSPORT INFORMATION
  NUCL1HE
H-3
C-14
CP-51
MN-54
FE-55
CO-5&
NI-59
AMOUNT IN
TRENCH
Cl
3.727&E-15
1.0572E-02
O.OOOOEiOO
O.OOOOE+00
3.40&OE-57
O.OOOOE+00
9.7723E-01
TRENCH
OVERFLOW
Cl
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOEHOO
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
TRENCH
DRAINAGE
Cl
3.G359E-17
1.0312E-04
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOEHOO
1.5CJ46E-G3
O.OOOOEHOO
1.0273E-05
AMOUNT AT
WELL
Cl
7.0B90E-17
1.9953E-04
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00

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  NUCLIDE
H-3
C-14
CR-51
MN-54
FE-5&
CO-58
NI-59
CO-60
NI-63
SR-90
NB-94
IC-99
RU-10G
SB-12b
1-129
CS-134
CS-135
CS-137
CE-144
EU-154
U-234
U-235
NP-237
U-238
PU-238
PU-239
PU-240
PU-241
AM-241
PU-242
AM-243
7.D'J1GE-30
2.273GE-02
4.3779E-OG
9.6935E-01
1.8722E-01
O.OOOOEHOO
1.121GE-55
G.6659E-01
1.9083E-74
9.8859E-01
7.7172E-OG
O.OOOOE+00
2.G782L-10
9.8G88E-01
9.fcl827E-01
7.7420E-01
9.fJf(27E-01
l.'J053E-02
9.7551E-01
9.3f(53E-01
2.502GE-12
4.G529E-01
9.88G9E-01
9.44SOE-01
1.5747E-05
1.9429E-09
SURFACE
SOIL CONC
CI/KG
O.OOOOEHOO
O.OOOOEHOO
O.OOOOEHOO
O.OOOOE+00
1.4087E-66
O.OOOOEHOO
1.2655E--16
9.8164E-57
2.944bF-]tl
5.GG97E-22
7.6G70E-13
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOEHOO
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
5.8277E-11
4.5502E-16
O.OOOOE+00
9.112GE-20
2.6753E-11
2.6793E-11
O.OOOOE+00
:•!.(. 793E-H
5.9G24E-12
3.0&22E-10
2.
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 CM-243      4.7322E-15   1.4340E-lb   4.G119E-1]    6.18471;- ] ].   4.H19UE-2]    2.5194E-32   O.OOOOE+00
 CM-244      5.83B8E-19   1.7693E-19   5.G904E-15    7.6310E-15   5.9469E-25    3.1086E-36   O.OOOOE+00
1                     ANNUAL SUMMARY FOR YEAR   600 OF THE SIMULATION
           THE TRENCH CAP HAS HAD  30.00 PER CENT FAILURE
           THE MAXIMUM POSSIBLE WATER DEPTH IN TRENCH DURING THE YEAR IS
            2.2611E-01 CUBIC METERS OF WATER LEFT BOTTOM OF TRENCH
            O.OOOOE+00 CUBIC METERS OF WATER  OVERFLOWED TRENCH
1.81E-01  METERS
                                                    NUCLlDi: TRANSPORT INFORMATION
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H-3
C-14
CR-51
MN-54


CO-58
NI-59
CO-GO
NI-63
SR-90
NB-94
IC-99
RU-106
SB-125
1-12-3
CS-134
CS-135
CS-137
CE-144
EU-154
U-234
U-235
NP-237
U-238
PU-238
PU-239
PU-240
PU-241
AM-241
PU-242
AM-243
CM-243
CM-244
   NUCLIDE
 H-3
 C-14
 CR-51
AMOUNT IN
TRENCH
CI
4.%70E-18
3.95G7E-03
O.OOOOE-iOO
O.OOOOE+00
2.3401E-G8
O.OOOOE+00
9.745&E-0]
1.4530E-35
1.0G87E-02
3.8C55E-07
9.6522E-01
I .3051E-01
O.OOOOE+00
1.5479E-66
&.1185E-01
O.OOOOEHOO
9.ti8?.OE-01
7.G578E-07
O.OOOOtHOO
3.52&2E-12
9.fH623F-01
9.d7ft9E-01
7.3404E-01
9.8709F-01
8.64GOE-03
9.72&3E-01
9.285GE-01
1.3131E-14
4.0007E-01
9.8842E-01
9.3tJGGE-01
1.7977E-06
3.77blE-ll
SURFACE
SOIL CONC
CI/KG
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
TRENCH
OVERFLOW
CI
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE-iOO
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE-iOO
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
0.00001^00
o.oooomoo
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOEKOO
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOt'HOO
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOEvOO
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE^O
O.OOOOE-iOO
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE-iOO
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE-iOO
SURFACE
HATER CONC
C1/MAA3
O.OOOOE-iOO
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE-iOO
TRENCH
DRAINAGE
CI
4.G448E-20
3.U593E-05
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOEtOO
1.099GE-74
0.00001UOO
1.8223E-05
7.3860E-40
1.9984E-07
7.2653E-12
7.7431E-OG
4.7132E-04
O.OOOOE+00
9.60&7E-71
5.244t)E-04
O.OOOOEiOO
2.77G3E-06
2.1512E-12
O.OOOOE+00
2.4769E-18
3.G937E-06
3.G999E-06
3.9080E-04
3.6999E-OG
6.9410E-09
7.8082E-07
7.4544E-07
1.0542E-20
1.4052E-08
7.9350E-07
3.2865E-08
1.5;J07E-12
3.2169E-17
SOLUBLE TO
STREAM
CI
O.OOOOE^O
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
AMOUNT AT
WELL
CI
9.4462E-20
7.4679E-05
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE-iOO
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
9.7G35E-04
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
G.7592E-04
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
o.oooot;+oo
O.OOOOH+00
O.OOOOE+00
o.oooot+oo
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE-iOO
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOEiOO
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE-iOO
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
SOLUBLE TO ATMOSPHERE
DEEP LAYERS AT SPILLAGE
Cl L1/MAA3
O.OOOOE+00 O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00 O.OOOOEhOO
O.OOOOE+00 O.OOOOE+00




































ATMOSPHERE WELL WATER
DOWN HIND CONC
CI/MAA3 U1/MAA3
O.OOOOE+00 5.8G13E-25
O.OOOOEi-00 4.6338E-10
O.OOOOE+00 O.OOOOE+00

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CO
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 HN-54
 FE-55
 CO-5G
 NI-59
 CO-GO
 NI-G3
 SR-90
 NB-94
 TC-99
 RU-10G
 SB-125
 1-129
 CS-134
 CS-135
 CS-137
 CE-144
 EU-154
 U-234
 U-235
 NP-237
 U-238
 PU-230
 PU-239
 PU-240
 PU-241
 AM-241
 PU-242
 AM-243
 CM-243
 CM-244
1
O.OOOOEK)0
8.9fi:il9E-78
O.OOOOE+OO
5.0391E-18
b.:.:3aiE-66
6.4039E-20
2.:J28'JE-24
2.01U9E-13
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOEHOO
Q.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOEHOO
O.OOOOE>00
3.G487E-11
2.8277E-17
O.OOOOEHOO
1.0GG9E--2L
] .4333E-11
1.4359E-11
O.OOOOE+00
1.4359E-1]
2.3G60E-12
2.&G08E-10
2.&401E-10
3.5935E-24
2.3603E-10
2.7040E--10
S.5218E-10
4.&8&1E-1&
9.8484E-21
O.OOOOE+00
1.4973E--'/&
O.OOOOEHOO
3. 8927 E- 17
9.5239E-&5
4.2G93E-19
1.5522E-23
b.7G84K-13
O.OOOOEi-00
O.OOOOE+OO
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOEHOO
O.OOOOEHOO
3.6487E-11
2.B27HE-17
O.OOOOEHOO
2.G&71E-22
] .9111E--11
1.9145E-11
O.OOOOH+00
1.9145t-ll
6.7GOOE-13
7.G023E-11
7.2b76E-ll
1.0267E-24
2.9S04E-12
7.725BE-11
G.9022E- 12
1.4200E-1G
2.9844E-21
ANNUAL SUMMARY
O.OOOOE+00
4.B155E-74
O.OOOOK+00
1.2519E-12
3.0G30K-GO
].3730E-14
4.9920E-19
] .85b2E-08
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE400
O.OOOOE-tOO
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
1.1735E-06
9.0943E- 13
O.OOOOEHOO
8.577I3E-UJ
G.14G1E-07
G.1573E-07
O.OOOOE+00
G.1573E-07
2.1741E-08
2.4450E-06
2.3341E-OG
3.3021E-20
9.4887E-OU
2.4047E-OG
2.2198E-07
4.5GG9E-12
9.5980E-17
FOR YEAR 700
O.OOOOE+00
6.4570E-V4
O.OOOOE+00
1.G789E-12
4.107GE-GO
1.8413L-14
6.6944E-19
2.4879F-08
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOEHOO
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE'+OO
O.OOOOE+00
1.5737E-OG
1.219GE-12
O.OOOOE+00
1.1503E-17
8.2422E--07
8.2572E-07
O.OOOOE+00
8.2572E-07
2.9155E-08
3.278BE-OG
3.1301E-06
4.4282E-20
I.2725E-07
3.3321E-0&
2.97G9E-07
G.1244E-12
1.2871E-16
o.ooooe^o
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOEHOO
5.9472E-24
e,.335]E-72
6.522SI;- H6
2.3714E-30
2.0SG3E-19
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOEHOO
O.OOOOEHOO
O.OOOOEHOO
O.OOOOE^O
3.71G3E-17
2.8801E-23
O.OOOOE+00
1.08G6E-27
1.4590E-17
1.4&25E-17
O.OOOOH+00
1.4G25E--17
2.40cJtlE-18
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H-3
C-14
CR-51
MN-54
FE-5&
CO-58
NI-59
CO-GO
NI-63
SR-90
NB-94
TC-99
RU-106
SB-125
1-129
CS-134
CS-135
CS-137
CE-144
EU-154
U-234
U-235
NP-237
U-238
PU-238
PU-239
PU-240
PU-241
Ah-241
PU-242
AM-243
CM-243
CM-244
   1
O.OOOOE+00
9.f.r/9UE-oi
7.5988E-08
Q.OOOOFHOO
4.642GE-14
9.8558E-01
9.87b2E-01
6.9596E-01
9.B752E-01
3.9234E-03
9.G97GE--01
9.1Q&9E-01
G.8899E-17
3.4399E-01
9.881&E-01
9.2&G9E-01
2.0*.24E-07
7.3469E-13
SURFACE
SOIL CONC
CI/Kls
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE-iOO
O.OOOOEfOO
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
2.Grj42E-l'J
2./954E--75
1.3928F--21
9.J&11E-27
5.31&2E-14
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOFHOO
O.OOOOE+00
2.2(J43E-11
l.Vj73L-18
O.OOOOEi-00
1.2490E-23
7.6800E-12
7.G9&2L-12
O.OOOOE+00
'/.69G2E- 12
9.3883E-13
2.3]'J5E-10
2.19/ME-10
].G4iJbE-2&
2.017,IE-10
2.3634E-10
5.4370E-10
4.6403E-17
1.G&11E-22
/, UUI
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOEi-00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE^O
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOEhOO
O.OOOOFHOO
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOIHOO
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOIHOO
0.00001^00
SURFACE
WATER CONC
CI/MAA3
o.oooot+oo
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE-iOO
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOKiOO
O.OOOOE^O
1.7961E-18
5.0a26E-74
9.2853K-21
6.3743E-26
1.5189E-13
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE-iOO
O.OOOOE+00
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3.122&E--24
1.0240E-11
1.0262E-]]
O.OOOOE^O
1.0262E-11
2.G824E-13
6.G273E-13
6.2784E-11
4.710BK-27
2.5216E-12
G.752'/L-11
G.7962E-12
1.4062E-17
5.0337E-23
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O.OOOOE+00
2.7754E-06
2.1347E-13
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3.2612E-20
3.&913E-0&
3.6905E--OG
3.7052E-04
3.6985E-06
3.1497E-09
7.7052E-07
7.3752E-07
5.5:illE-23
1.2083E-OU
7.9328E-07
3.;;b57E-08
1.7475E-13
6.2555E-I9
SOLUBLE TO
STREAM
Cl
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE^O
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOM+00
O.OOOOE+00
5.77G6E-14
1.6346E-69
2.90G2E-1G
;i.0&00b'-21
4.8850E-09
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
7.34G5E-07
&.G518E-14
O.OOOOE+00
1.0042E-19
3.2933E-07
3.3002E-07
O.OOOOE+00
3.3002L-07
8.G2G7E-0-J
2.1314K-06
2.0192E-OG
1 .5150E-22
8.1096E-08
2.1717E-OG
2.1857E-07
4.5224E-13
1.G189E-.18
fill V L- A D fj f\ t
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOFHOO
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOK+00
O.OOOOE-iOO
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE^O
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOFHOO
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOFHOO
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE-iOO
O.OOOOK+00
O.OOOOE+00
SOLUBLE TO
DEEP LAYERS
(:]
O.OOOOE-i-00
O.OOOOEi-00
O.OOOOE-iOO
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOEfOO
7.74G.GE-14
2.1921E-69
4.0047E-16
2.7491K-21
6.5510E-0'j
O.OOOOFHOO
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
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7.5792E-14
O.OOOOEi-00
1.34G7E- 19
4.41G4E-07
4.42b7E-07
O.OOOOEi-00
4.4257E-0'/
1.15G9E-01)
2.8b83E-06
2.7070E-OG
2.0317E-22
1.0875E-07
2.9124E-06
2.9311E-07
6.064GE-13
2.1710E-10
^ frl? TUf r 1 Ul ll


ATMOSPHERE
AT SPILLAGE
CI/MAA3
O.OOOOEiOO
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
2.7441E-2ti
O.OOOOEHOO
].418GF:-27
9.7381E-33
5.414GE-20
O.OOOOE-iOO
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOFHOO
O.OOOOEK>0
2.32GGE-17
1 .7899E-24
O.OOOOE+00
1.2721L- 29
7.8222E-18
7.8307E-38
O.OOOOEfOO
7.B387E-18
9.b&21C-19
2.3625E-1G
2.-2I381E-1G
1.G793E-32
2.0S4GE-16
2.4072E-1G
5.537GE-1G
4.7262E-23
1.6919E-28
i A n- Tnn


ATMOSPHERE
DOWN WIND
C1/MAA3
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE-iOO
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
] .4344E-36
O.OOOOE+00
7.4152E-39
5.0903E-44
2.B303E-31
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE-iOO
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE i-OO
1.2361E-28
9.35GOE-3G
O.OOOOE+00
G.G496E-4]
4.080UE-29
4.0974E-29
O.OOOOE+00
4.0974E-29
4.9983E-30
1.2349E-27
1.1699E-27
8.778JE-44
1.0740E-27
1.2583E-27
2.&946E-27
2.4'/Ob'E-34
B.8438E-40


WELL WATER
CONC
UI/HAA3
7.8102E-28
1.7342E-10
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOFHOO
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOK+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOK+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
4.2231E-09
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
3.849GE-09
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOK+00
O.OOOOE-iOO
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOFHOO
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE-f 00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE-iOO
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE-iOO
O.OOOOE+00
             THE TRENCH CAP HAS HAD  30.00 PER CENT FAILURE
             THE MAXIMUM POSSIBLE WATER DEPTH IN TRENCH DURING THE YEAR IS
                                                                          1.81E-01 METERS

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               2.2G11E-01 CUBIC METERS OF WATER LEFT BOTTOM OF TRENCH
               O.OOOOE+00 CUBIC METERS Of WATER  OVERFLOWED TRENCH
                                                       NUCL3DE TRANSPORT INFORMATION
DO
I
cn
NUCL1UE


H-3
C-14
CR-51
MN-54
EE-55
CO-53
NI-59
CO-60
NI-G3
SR-90
NB-94
TC-99
RU-106
SB-125
1-129
CS-134
CS-135
CS-137
CE-144
EU- 1 54
U-234
U-235
NP-237
U-238
PU-23Q
PU-23'3
PU-240
PU-241
AM-241
PU-242
AM-243
CM-243
CM-244
AMOUNT IN
IRtNCH
CI
B.t094E-24
5.3424E-04
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE-iOO
O.OOOOEtOO
9.G923L-01
4.9253E-47
2.3G14E-03
3.060GE-09
9.5699E-01
G.3414E-02
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOL<00
5.1547E-01
O.OOOOE+00
9.8767E-01
7.5404E-09
O.OOOOE+00
6.112GE-16
9.B493E-01
9.8715E-01
6.598GE-01
9.8715E-01
1.7&05E-03
9.G691E-01
9 0 & 'j 3 E - 0 1
3.6151E-19
2.9577E-01
9. tf'/'89E-01
9.1821E-01
2.3431E-08
1.4287E-14
TRENCH
OVERFLOW
CI
O.OOOOE-iOO
O.OOOOEi-00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE^O
O.OOOOE-iOO
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOh'-iOO
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE-iOO
O.OOOOE^O
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOK-iOO
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE^O
O.OOOOb'+OO
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
o.ooootuoo
O.OOOOEiOO
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE^O
O.OOOOE-iOO
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE^O
O.OOOOE+00
TRENCH
DRAINAGE
CI
8.G023E-2G
5.40GOE-OG
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
3.8123E-05
2.5037E-51
4.4154E-OI3
5.7230E-14
7.G772E-OG
2.2901E-04
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOF-iOO
4.4187K-04
O.OOOOEiOO
2.774GE-06
2.13B3E-14
O.OOOOE+00
4.2938E-22
3.GBB8E-06
3.6972E-OG
3.5130E-04
3.6972E-OG
1.4293E-09
7.7G23E-07
7.2968E-07
2.9021E-25
1.0389E-08
7.9307E-07
3.2252E-08
1.9950E-14
1.2164E-20
AMOUNT AT
WELL
CI
KG772K-25
1.0460E-05
O.OOOOli+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE-iOO
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
4.7444E-04
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE-iOO
5.G946E-04
O.OOOOE-iOO
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE-iOO
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE-iOO
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE-iOO
O.OOOOE+00
      NUCL1HE
    H-3
    C-14
    CR-51
    MN-54
    FE-55
    CO-58
    NI-59
    CO-GO
    NI-G3
    SR-90
    NB-94
SURFACE
SOIL CONC
CI/KG
O.OOOOE+00
0.00006+00
O.OOOOFNOO
O.OOOOFHOO
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
1.2431E-20
O.OOOOE+00
3.0292E-23
3.'J263E-2
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    TC-99
    RU-10&
    SB-125
    1-129
    CS-134
    CS-13J.
    cs-ij-;
    CE-144
    EU-154
    U-234
    U-23b
    NP--237
    U-238
    PU-23G
    PU-239
    PU-240
    PU-241
    AM-241
    PU-242
    AM-243
    CM-243
    CH-244
    1
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE^O
O.OOOOE^O
1.4299E-11
1.0921E-19
O.OOOOE^O
1.4623E-25
4.I150K-12
4.1249E-12
O.OOOOEi-00
4.1249E-12
3.7256E-13
2.0224E-10
1.9012E-10
7.5G49E-29
1.7241E- 10
2.0GG2E-10
5.3b35E-10
4.5951E-18
2.U019E-24
O.OOOOE^O
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE^O
O.OOOOE-fOO
O.OOOOE+00
1.4299E--11
1.0921E-19
O.OOOOHOO
3.GS56E-26
5.4867E-12
5.499'JE-12
O.OOOOEVOO
b.4999E-];i
1.064bE-13
5.'/7l;4E-ll
5.4321E-11
2.1614E-29
2.1S51E-1?.
5.9035E-11
6.6'J]8E-12
1.3925E-18
8.4(JObE-^!5
ANNUAL SUMMARY
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOEiOO
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE^OO
O.OOOOE+00
4.5(JGOE-07
3.5124E-15
O.OOOOEHOO
1.1757E-21
1.7646E-07
1.76BtlE-07
O.OOOOE+00
1.7688E-07
3.4234K-09
1.8504E-06
1.7470E-06
6.9S13E-25
6.930CJE-OU
1.8986E-06
2.1522F-07
4.4783E-14
2.7306E-20
EGR YEAR 900
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE^O
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
6.1672E-07
4.7102E-15
O.OOOOE+00
1.5766E-21
2.3664E-07
2.3720E-01/
O.OOOOE+00
2.3720E-07
4.&909E-09
;;.4cJ22i:-06
2.3428E-06
9.3219E-25
9.294GE--OU
2.54G1E-OG
2.88G1E-07
G.0055E-14
3.GG19E-20
O.OOOOGfOO
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
].45G4E-]7
1.1123E-25
O.OOOOE+00
1.4d93E-31
4.19]?L'-18
4.2013E-18
O.OOOOE+00
4.2013E-1U
3.7946E-19
2.0599E-16
1.93G4E-16
7.7050E-35
1.7S60E-1G
2.1045E-1G
&.4526E-1G
4.GU02G-24
2.B537E-30
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
o.ooooe+oo
7.G129E-29
5.8144E-37
O.OOOOL+00
7.7850E-43
2.1908E-29
2.1961K-29
O.OOOOE+00
2.19G1E-29
1.9U3SE-30
1.0767E-27
].0]22E-27
4.0275E-4G
9.1788E-28
1.1000E-27
2.8502E-27
2.44G4E-35
1.4
-------
U-238
PU-230
PU-239
PU-240
PU-241
AM-241
PU-242
AM-243
CM-243
CM-244
     NUCL1DE


   H-3
   C-14
   CR-51
   MN-54
   FE-55
   CO-58
   NI-59
   CO-GO
   NI-G3
   SR-90
^  NB-94
rlo  TC-99
03  RU-10G
   SB-125
   1-129
   CS-134
   CS-135
   CS-137
   CE-144
   EU-154
   U-234
   U-235
   NP-237
   U-238
   PU-230
   PU-239
   PU-240
   PU-241
   AM-241
   PU-242
   AM-243
   CM-243
   CM-244
  1
9.8b78E-01
8.0797E-04
9.6406E-01
8.9fJ26E-01
1.89G8E-21
2.&431E-01
9.t)762E-01
9.09G1E-01
2.G749E-09
2.7782E-16
SURFACE
SOIL CONC
CI/KG
O.OOOOEHOO
O.OOOOEHOO
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOEHOO
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOEHOO
5.7360E-22
O.OOQOFiHOO
G.5882E-25
1.1M23E-3J
3.(..OG2E-15
O.OOOOE^O
O.OOOOK+00
O.OOOOEHOO
O.OOOOEiOO
O.OOOOE+00
[I.9S31E-12
G.7I371E-21
o.oooot+oo
1.7119L-27
2.2049E-12
2.2108E-12
O.OOOOE^OO
2.2108E-12
1.4784E-13
1.7634E-10
1.6449E-10
3.4709E-31
1.4735E-10
1.0064E-10
&.271It-10
4.5503E-19
4.72S9E-26
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOEHOO
O.OOOOEhOO
O.OOOOE400
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
SURFACE
WATER CONC
CI/MAAH
o.oooomoo
O.OOOOE^O
O.OOOOE^O
O.OOOOE'iOO
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOEHOO
3.8240E-21
O.OOOOh'iOO
4.3921E-24
1.074'JK-30
1.0532E-14
O.OOOOE^OO
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE^O
O.OOOOE^O
G.9532E--12
6.7871E-21
O.OOOOE-iOO
4.2798E-28
2.930I-JE-12
2.947GE-12
o.oooomoo
2.9478E-12
4.2240E-14
5.0382E-11
4.6997E-11
9.9169E-32
1.8418E-12
5.1611E-11
6.5888E-12
1.3789E-19
1.432111-26
3.69b8E-0&
G.4863E-10
7.7394E-07
7.2192E-07
1.522-/E-27
0.932GE-09
'/.92Q5E-07
3.1950E-08
2.2776L-15
2.3655E-22
SOLUBLE TO
STREAM
Cl
O.OOOOEiOO
O.OOOOLHOO
O.OOOOEKOO
O.OOOOL+00
O.OOOOE^O
O.OOOOK+00
1.2298E-16
O.OOOOE+00
1.4125E-19
3.4570E-26
3.3072E-10
O.OOOOEi-00
O.OOOOH+00
O.OOOOEHOO
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
2.8794E-07
2.1828E-1G
O.OOOOEHOO
1.3764E-23
9.4549E-08
9.4804E-08
O.OOOOE+00
9.4804E-08
1.35CI5E-09
1.G203E-OG
1.511bE-06
3.1894E-27
5.9235E-08
1.G599E-06
2.1190E-07
4.434GE-15
4.6058E-22
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOEHOO
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOEHOO
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOEHOO
O.OOOOE+00
SOLUBLE TG
DEEP LAYERS
Cl
O.OOOOFHOO
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE^O
O.OOOOlfM-00
O.OOOOE+00
0.00001M-00
1.G493E-1G
O.OOOOH+00
1.8943E-19
4.6359L-2G
4.5424E-30
0.0000^00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOEi-00
3.8614E-07
2.9272E-1G
O.OOOOEHOO
1.84&8E-23
1.2679E-07
1.2714E-07
O.OOOOEHOO
1.2714E-07
1.8218K-09
2.1729E-0&
2.0269E-OG
4.2770E-27
7.943GE-08
2.2259E-06
2.8417L-07
5.94G9E-15
6.1765E-22


ATMOSPHERE
AT SPILLAGE
U/MU3
O.OOOOEHOO
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOC+00
O.OOOOEHOO
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOEHOO
5.8422E-28
O.OOOOE+00
&.7102E-31
1.&422E-37
3.7545E-21
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOLHOO
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOIMOO
O.OOOOE+00
9.1189E-18
&.-3127E-27
O.OOOOE+00
1.743GE-33
2.2457E-18
2.2518E-18
O.OOOOE+00
2.2518E-10
1.5058E-19
1.79GOE-1G
1.G754E-16
3.5352E-37
1.5007E-16
1.0398E-1G
5.3686E-1G
4.G345E-25
4.8134E-32


ATMOSPHERE
DOWN WIND
C1/MAA3
O.OOOOEHOO
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOEt-00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOEHOO
3.0538E-39
O.OOOOE+00
3.5075E-42
8.?840E-49
].962bE-32
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOEHOO
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
4.766GE-29
3.G134E-3B
O.OOOOE+00
9.1142E-45
1.1739E-29
1.1770E-29
O.OOOOE+00
1.1770E-29
7.8709E-31
9.3881E-28
8.7574E-2S
1.8479E-48
7.8447E-28
9.6171E-28
2.80G3E-27
2.422GE-3G
2.51G1E-43


UELL WATER
CONC
C17MAA3
1.3Q68E-33
2.4i!91-fE-ll
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOEHOO
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOEHOO
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
;i.OS21E-09
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
3.2433E-09
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOEHOO
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
                    ANNUAL SUMMARY FOR YEAR  1000 OF THE SIMULATION
          THE IkENCH CAP HAS HAD  30.00 PER CENT FAILURE
          THE MAXIMUM POSSIBLE WATER DEPTH IN TRENCH DURING THE YEAR IS
           2.2G11E-01 CUBIC METERS OF WATER LEFT BOTTOM OF TRENCH
           O.OOOOE+00 CUBIC METERS OF WATER  OVERFLOWED TRENCH
                                                                            1.01E-01 METERS
                                                   NUCL1HE TRANSPORT INFORMATION

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ro
NUCLIDE


H-3
C-14
CR-51
MN-54
FE-55
CO-58
NI-59
CO-GO
NI-G3
SR-90
NB-94
IC-99
RU-10G
SB-125
1-129
CS-134
CS-135
CS-137
CE-144
EU-154
U-234
U-235
NP-237
U-23Q
PU-23B
PU-239
PU-240
PU-241
AM-241
PU-242
AM-243
CM-243
CM-244
AMOUNT IN
TRENCH
CI
1.5G59E-29
7.7G33E-OS
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOEi-00
O.OOOOE+00
9.6394E-01
1.GG9C-.E-58
5.217GE-04
2.4109E-11
9.48B4E-01
3.081GE-02
O.OOOOEHOO
O.OOOOE+00
4.34i'8E-01
O.OOOOEvOO
9.8707E-01
7.4247E-11
O.OOOOEHOO
1.0b9GE--19
9.83G3E-01
O.tfMlE-Ol
5.9318E-01
9.8G41E-01
3.GGG5E-04
9.G122E-01
8.8971E-01
9.9bi!4E-24
2.18G6E-01
9 . tl'/35E-01
9.0109E-01
3.0538E-10
5.4025E-1B
TRENCH
OVERFLOW
CI
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOEHOO
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOEHOO
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOEHOO
O.OOOOEfOO
O.OOOOEHOO
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE^O
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOEHOO
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOL'+OO
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOEHOO
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOEKOO
O.OOOOEHOO
O.OOOOE^O
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
TRENCH
DRAINAGE
CI
1.5274E-31
7.5723E--07
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOEHOO
1.8024E-05
U.4Cr/4E-G3
9.7562E-09
4.50(J1E-16
7.G11BE-06
].112'JE-04
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOEtOO
3.722GE-04
O.OOOOE+00
2.7729E-06
2.0858E-1G
O.OOOOE+00
7.4434E-2G
3.G840E-OG
3.6944E-06
3.1580E-04
3.G944K-06
2.9434E-10
7.71GGE-07
7.1425E-07
7.9897E-30
7.G804E-09
7.92G4E-07
3.1651E-08
2.G002E-1G
4.5999E-24
AMOUNT AT
WELL
CI
2.9781E-31
1.4652E-OG
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOEHOO
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOEHOO
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOEHOO
O.OOOOE+00
2.3053E-04
O.OOOOEHOO
O.OOOOE+00
4.797GE-04
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOEHOO
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOK+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOEHOO
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOH+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOEHOO
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
       NUCLIDE
    H-3
    C-14
    CR-51
    MN-54
    FE-55
    CO-58
    NI-59
    CO-GO
    NI-G3
    SR-90
    NB-94
    TC-99
    RU-106
    SB-125
     1-129
    CS-134
    CS-135
    CS-137
    CE-144
SURFACE
SOIL CONC
CI/Klj
O.OOOOE^O
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOFHOO
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOEHOO
2.G4G7E-23
O.OOOOE+00
1.4329E-26
6.G-J11E--34
9.70GOE-1G
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE-iOO
5.G05GE-12
4.2179E-22
O.OOOOEHOO
SURFACE
HATER CONC
C1/MAA3
O.OOOOE^O
O.OOOOEHOO
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOEHOO
O.OOOOEHOO
1.7G45E-22
O.OOOOtl + 00
9.552Gt:-2d
4.4141E-33
2.7734E-15
O.OOOOE^OO
O.OOOOEHOO
O.OOOOEHOO
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOEHOO
5.G05GE-12
4.2179E-22
O.OOOOE^O
SOLUBLE TO
STREAM
CI
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOEHOO
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOEHOO
5.G74GE-18
O.OOOOEHOO
3.0722E-21
1.419GE-2B
9.9195E-1]
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOEHOO
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOEHOO
1.8020E-07
1.35G5E-17
O.OOOOEvOO
SOLUBLE TO
DEEP LAYERS
CI
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOEHOO
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOEHOO
O.OOOOE+00
o.oooomoo
7.G099E-1B
O.OOOOEHOO
4.11CJ'JE-21
1.9037E-28
1.19G1E- 10
O.OOOOEi-00
O.OOOOEHOO
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOG+00
O.OOOOE+00
2.417GE-07
K8191E-17
O.OOOOE^O
ATMOSPHERE
AT SPILLAGE
C1/MAA3
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOEHOO
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOEHOO
O.OOOOEHOO
O.OOOOEHOO
2.G957E-29
O.OOOOEHOO
1.4594E-32
G.7437E-40
9.!dt!G5E-22
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOEHOO
O.OOOOEHOO
O.OOOOE^O
O.OOOOE+00
S.7094E-18
4.2'JGOE-28
O.OOOOE+00
ATMOSPHERE
IHJUN WIND
C17MAA3
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOEHOO
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
1.4091E-40
O.OOOOEHOO
7.6286E-44
3.5250E-51
5.1G79E-33
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOEHOO
O.OOOOEHOO
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE-iOO
2.tJt!44E-29
2.2456E-39
O.OOOOE+00
WELL WATER
CONC
U1/MAA3
1.8479E-3G
9.091GE-12
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
1.4304E-09
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
Vi.97G9E-09
O.OOOOE-»00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00

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    U-234
    U-235
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    PU-241
    AM-241
    PU-242
    AM-243
    CM-243
    CM-244
   1
CO
o
     NUCL1DE
 H-3
 C-14
 CR-51
 MN-54
 FE--55
 CO-53
 NI-59
 CO-GO
 NI-63
 SR-90
 NB-94
 TC-99
 RU-10G
 SB-125
 1-129
 CS-134
 CS-135
 CS-137
 CE-144
 EU-154
 U-234
 U-235
 NP-237
 U-238
 PU-238
 PU-239
 PU-240
 PU-241
 AM-241
 PU-242
 AM-243
 CM-243
 CM-244
1
     NUCLIDE

    H-3
    C-14
    CR-51
2.0042E-29
1.1013E-12
0.' OOOOE + 00
1.1849K-12
5.8G63E-14
1.5375E-10
1.4231E-30
1.5925K-33
1.2593E-10
l.b'/92L'-10
S.lt)9UE-10
4.50S8E-20
7.9712E-28
b.010iE-30 3.G114E-25 2.1G10K-25 2.0433E-35 3 .0670K-46 O.OOOOE+00
1.5751E-12 5.0G58E-08 G.7934E-08 1.2032E-18 G.2894E-30 O.OOOOE+00
l.b7'J'JK-12 5.0B10E-08 6.813tH'-08 3.20G8E-18 G.3084E-30 O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00 O.OOOOE+00 O.OOOOEnOO O.OOOOEi-00 0. OOOOEIOO O.OOOOE+00
1.5799E-12 5.0810E-08 G.8138E-08 1.20G8K-18 6.3084E-30 O.OOOOE+00
1.67G1E-14 5.3904E-10 7.2288E-10 5.9749E-20 3.1232E-31 O.OOOOE+00
4.392UK-11 1.4126E-06 3 .8946E-06 l.bGb9K-lt 0.1854E-28 O.OOOOE+00
4.0GG1E-11 1.3077E-OG 1.7537E--OG 3.4495E-1G 7.57G7E-28 O.OOOOE+00
4.bbOOE-34 3.4G33E-29 3.9624K~2'J 1.6220E-39 8.4784E-51 0. OOOOK+00
1.5741E-12 5.0G24E-08 G.7889E-08 1.2826E-1G G.7043E-28 O.OOOOE+00
4.bl20b'-ll 1.4511E-06 1.94GOK-OG 3.G004E-16 8.4077E-28 O.OOOOE+00
6.4873E-12 2.08G4E-07 2.7979E-07 5.2859E-1G 2.7G31E-27 O.OOOOE+00
3.3G54K--20 4.3U13E-16 5.8889K-1G 4.b892E-2G 2.3989E-37 O.OOOOE+00
2.4355E-28 7.7GU6E-24 1.0418E-23 8.1180E-34 4.2439E-45 O.OOOOE+00
AVERAGE CONCENTRATIONS OVER THE YEARS 1 TO 1000 OF THE SIMULATION
MAXIMUM ANNUAL CONCENTRATIONS
ATMOSPHERE DOWNWIND
AVERAGE
CI/MAA3
2.23G3K-29
3.8423E-29
1.0925E-29
(J.891BE-28
4.3020E-27
G.6G77E-29
2.7bl2E-2G
7.7770E-27
2.715GE-2G
2.1390E-2G
2.I3478E-2G
1.79G2E-27
1.1J84E-27
3.&G5GK- 27
K.i:-!21E-27
3.0741E-27
2.9344E-2G
2.2437E-2G

1J3401E-26
2.'J)OOh-26
2.9100E-26
1.3338E-2G
2.9100E-2G
2.8797E-2G
3.0584E-26
3.0528E-26
1.6843E-26
3.0447E-2G
3.0G04E-26
3.1880L-26
2.2912E-26
1.9112E-2G
MAXIMUM
CI/MAA3
2.20-OK-2G
3.7818E-2G
1.0924E-2G
7.G739E-25
3.187GE-24
6.G143E-26
1.0I09E-23
5.G5G2E-24
3.7973E-23
1.4183E-23
1.8444E-2J
1.7207E-24
9.5941E-25
2.9G27E-24
7.0714E-24
2.3496K-24
1.8613E-23
1.4734K-23
6.9273E-25
1.2232E-23
1.8582E-23
1.U582E-23
9.4132K-24
1.U582E-23
1.8531K-23
1.8G78Ei23
1.867GE-23
1.12G6E-23
1.8G75K-23
1.8G78E-23
1.8702E-23
1.4989E-23
1.2G72E ••'
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MN-54
FE-5b
CO-58
NI-59
CO-GO
NI-GJ
SR-90
NB-94
TC-99
RU-10G
SB-1 2 j
1-129
CS-134
CS--135
CS-137
CE-144
EU-154
U-234
U~23b
NP-23?
U-230
PU-230
PU-239
PU-240
PU-241
AM-241
PU-242
AM-243
CM-24J
CM-244
4.CI072E-11
2.132GE-]0
2.U404E-12
1.G842E-09
3.l*bbbF'-10
1.4775C-09
2.G316E-09
1.G402E-09
9.lj6iilE-ll
5.5338E-11
1.9386E-10
4.3G90E-10
1.5231E-10
2.9309E-09
l.]U'J4k'-09
3.U2GOE-11
9.2239E-10
1.5994E-09
].b995t-09
&.G929E-10
1.5995E-09
1 .4460E-09
1.5452E-09
1.S421E-09
8.4319E-10
1.6014E-09
1.54G4E-09
] .7IH70E-09
1.1494E-09
9.b760F.-10
3.0420E-12
2.04i!L'F.-ll
1.6004E-13
9.9822E-10
3.0803K-11
4.622GE-10
5.4C74F.-10
2.9242E-10
1.32G1E-11
4.9940E-12
1.9306E-11
1.2379E-10
1.49HK-1]
1.69G7E-09
1.0047E-10
3.317GE-12
9.5043E-11
3.3139E-10
3.31G2K-10
5.7740E-11
3.31G2E-10
I.44t.6E-10
1.5644E-10
I.SIGUL'-IO
8.3628E-H
1 .G2/!'-'E-10
1.5G58E-10
1.777bE-10
1.14SOE-10
9.S134E-11
4.1S49E-11
2.1132E-10
2.5031E-12
1.6842E-09
3.0683E--10
1.477 IE -09
2.6293E-09
1.G402E-09
9. 963 IE- 11
5.399GE-11
1.9214E-10
4.3G90E-10
] .bOb'OE-10
2.9309E-09
1.1IJ84E-09
3.7066E-11
9.2097E-10
1.5994E-09
1.5995F-09
b.G92rJE-10
1.5995E-09
1.445GE-09
1.5452E-09
].b421E-09
8.4161E-10
1.6013F.-09
1.54G4E-09
1.7370H-09
1.14I35E-09
9.5G?.bE-10
4.2543B-12
2.1163E-11
2.503GIL'-13
9.9022E-10
3.94b2E-]l
4.G270E-10
b.5041F;-10
2.9242E-10
].32G1E-13
5.4470E-12
].9924E-11
1.2379E-10
1.5556E-U
1.G9G7E-09
1.0100H-IO
3.7114E-]2
9.3b"G3£-ll
3.3139E-10
3.31G2F.--10
b.7740L'-ll
3.31G2E-10
] .4481E--10
1.S644E-10
1.81G8L-10
8.4183E-11
1.G225E--10

l'.777bL-10
1.14131E-10
9.bG08E-ll
5.1950E-13
1.8004E-12

l."l'J45E-l6
2.6509E-11
7.3b50E-ll
&.4853E-10
1.I3721E-09
5.0510E-11
1.1309E-15
G.9229E-13
2.0765E-10
3.GG50E-11
2.S895E-09
3.6430E-30
G 4fi5bE~15
G.'2S15E-13
4.8084E-11
4.8107't-ll
9.6129K-14
4.8107E-H
4.S924E-lb

5'.3990E-l|b;

2'.G717E-14
b".3928E-.lb
3.3062E-14

6".46li2E-]3
5.1720E-13
1.7979E-12
1.9237E-13
1.19451- -10
2.G490E-11
7.3547E-U
b.4t!4Gb'-10
1.U7VJ1E--09
b. Ob] 8E~] 1
1.12G7E-15
C..9135E-33
2.07G5E-10
3.G583E-11
2.5895E-09
3.G425E-10
6.4540E-15
G.2500E-13
4.8084E-1]
4.8107E-11
9.6129E-14
4.8107E-U
4.8922E-15
5.38Gb'E-15
b 3990F-] "i
2.'84091]-15
2.G716E-I4
S.3920E-15
3.3062E-14
7.7GS2E-13
G.4b98E-13
4.4b28E-14
1.1235E-13
1.1769E-14
9.G039E-11
1.5905E-12
5.9134E-11
G.1436E-10
2.00B2E-11
1.5155E-H
2.9404E-14
1.24G1E-12
7.4754E-10
1.8849E-10
1.3317E-00
1.873bE-09
l.b5G5E-14
7.5018E-14
4.8084E-12
4.8107E-12
1.153GE-14
4.13107E-12
8.80G3E-lb
9.G958G-15
9.7182E-15
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O.OOOOE+00
o.oooomoo
O.OOOOE^O
O.OOOOKiOO
o.oooot+oo
O.OOOOE^O
O.OOOOK-lOO
O.OOOOEfOO
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOEfOO
O.OOOOt-iOO
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOEHOO
O.OOOOKiOO
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE^O
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O.OOOOh+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
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0.0000^00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE^O
O.OOOOEHOO
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
0.00001-^00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE^O
o.oooomoo
O.OOOOEi-00
O.OOOOK+00
O.OOOOEfOO
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOEi-00
O.OOOOFHOO
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOfM-00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE-iOO
O.OOOOEi-00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
o.ooooi;+oo
O.OOOOE+00
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O.OOOOE+00
o.ooootnoo
O.OOOOE^O
O.OOOOE+00
0.0000^00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
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O.OOOOK+00
o.ooooe+oo
O.OOOOE+00
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O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE-IOO
O.OOOOE^O
O.OOOOE+00
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O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
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O.OOOOE+00
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        NOTE:
  1  NUCLIHE
H-3
C-14
CR-51
MN-54
FE-55
CO-58
NI-59
CO-GO
NI-63
SR-90
NB-94
TC-99
RU-10G
SB-125
1-129
CS-134
CS-135
CS-137
CE-144
EU-154
U-234
U-235
NP-237
U-230
PU-238
PU-239
PU-240
PU-241
AM-241
PU-242
AM-243
CM-243
CM-244
          Q.P.E. - GENERAL BRCULATION EXPOSURE
          M.I.F. - MAXIMUM INDIVIDUAL EXPOSURE
          G.P.E. UILL BE USED TO CALCULATE HEALTH EFFECTS
  1
   NUCLIHE

    H-3
    C-14
    CR-51
    MN-54
    FE-55
    CO-58
    NI-59
    CO-GO
    NI-63
    SR-90
   ANNUAL INTAKE
   BY [NiJESXION
     PCI/Y
    3.1379E+00
    2.2320E+03
    1.5060E-12
    1.7110E-10
    2.1033E-09
    3.3855E-11
    2.9101E-Oti
    4.1455E-09
    1.GOG2E-08
    2.2185E-OU
    2.3975E-07
    2.13WE + 03
    2.38U5E--10
    8.1205E-10
    1.0007EV03
    1.9104E-09
    1.3147E-07
    1.8998E-08
    1.4939E-10
    4.91G4E-09
                      9.8417E-09
                      2.1BB5E-09
                      9.B417E-09
                      5.4979E-09
                      &.906GE-09
                      6.3S48E-09
                      3.1987E-09
                      6.125GE-09
                      5.9114E-09
                      G.G780E-09
                      4.3733E-09
                      3.641GE-09
         AGGREGATED VALUES OF RADIOACTIVITY:
            PUMPED OUT      PUMPED OUT
                             THE STREAM
                              O.OOOOKiOO
                              O.OOOOLNOO
                              O.OOOOEi-00
                              O.OOOOH-iOO
                              O.OOOOK-lOO
                              0.00001;-i-OO
                              O.OOOOK+00
                              O.OOOOE+00
ANNUAL INTAKE
BY INHALATION
  PCI/Y
 1.78'J1E-13
 3.0738E-13
 8.7397E-14
 7.1135E-12
 3.4416E-11
 5.3341E-13
 2.2010E-10
 G.221GE-11
 2.1724E-10
 1.6952E-10
 2.2783E-10
 1.43G9K-11
 9.1073E-12
 3.0925E-11
 G.4977E-11
 2.4593E-11
 2.3475E-10
 1.7950E-10
 G.364t)E-12
 1.4721E-10
 2.3280E-10
 2.3280E-10
 9.0706E-11
 2.3280E-10
 2.3038E-10
 2.44G7E-10
 2.4423E-10
 1.3474E-10
 2.4350K-10
 2.4483E-10
 2.5504E-10
 1.8330E-10
 1.5289E-10
THE WELL
1.GG8GE--OG
1.18G8E--03
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOEHOO
O.OOOOE^O
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOK+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOK+00
O.OOOOE^O
                              O.OOOOL'+OO
                              O.OOOOE+00
EFT BOTTOM
OF TRENCH
5.9941K-02
9.7463E-01
5.2354E-09
8.9245K-07
2.2170E-07
1.2574E-07
1.75GOK-02
8.G009E-05
1.9914E-03
4.2409E-04
OVERFLOWED
TKCNCH
O.OOOOK+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE^O
O.OOOOE^O
O.OOOOK+00
0. 000012 + 00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOEi-00
RELEASED TO
THE ATMOSPHERE
1.3492E-07
2.3101E-07
G.5909E-08
5.3G4bE-06
2.5954E-OS
4.0227E-07
].6b99E-04
4.G919E-05
1.G384E-04
1.2784E-04
RELEASED TO
BASIN
2.4601E-03
9.G049E-01
5.7943E-08
9.4963E-06
2.4504E-06
1.3099E-06
4.1560E-03
5.6022E-04
3.3280E-03
1.8456E-03

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     PU-239
     PU-240
     PU-241
     Ah-241
     PU-242
     AM-243
     CM-243
     CM-244
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7.4712E-03
9.5013E-01
8.3905E-07
3.1023E-05
5.55G1E-01
7.7982E-07
2.6701E-03
G.7792E-05
1.00G9K-07
7.1781E-OG
3.5535E-03
3.5537E-03
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3.5587E-03
8.1138K-05
7.5258E-04
7.2335E-04

l!&7)7E-05
7.G30'JE-04
3.1B54E-05
2.2307E--05
9.rJ484E-06
FRACTION OF
NUCI.IDE
H--3
C-14
CR-51
hN-54
FE-55
CO-58
NI-59
CO-GO
NI-G3
SR-90
NB-94
TC-99
RU-IOG
SB-125
1-129
CS-134
CS-135
CS-137
CE-144
EU-154
U-234
U-235
NP-237
U-238
PU-238
PU-239
PU-240
PU-241
AM-241
PU-242
AM-243
CM-243
CM-244
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O.OOOOE-iOO
O.OOOOE-iOO
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00
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FRACTION
1.0000
1.0000
0.0000
0.0000
0.0000
0.0000
0.0000
0.0000
0.0000
0.0000
0.0000
1.0000
0.0000
0.0000
1.0000
0.0000
0.0000
0.0000
0.0000
0.0000
0.0000
0.0000
0.0000
0.0000
0.0000
0.0000
0.0000
0.0000
0.0000
0.0000
0.0000
0.0000
0.0000
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1.7103E-04
1.0836E-05
G.8601E-OG
2.3321E-05
4.9001E-05
1.854GE-05
J.7707E-04
I.U537E-04
4.7999E-06
1.1L02E-04
1.7559E-04
1.7559E-04
G.EI405E-05
1.7559E-04
1.7376E-04
1.8455E--04
J.U421E-04
1.01G2E-04
1.&372E-04
1.U4GGE-04
1.923GE-04
1.3ti24E-04
1.1531E-04
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                                                                               4.1431E-03
                                                                               5.2446E-01
                                                                               9.0382E-OG
                                                                               2.3476E-04
                                                                               4.0810E-02
                                                                               8.5406E-OG
                                                                               4.1125E-03
                                                                               I5.G075E-04
                                                                               1.1240E-06
                                                                               7.3340E-05
                                                                               4.1419E-03
                                                                               4.1439E-03
                                                                               4.1S96E-03
                                                                               4.1439E-03
                                                                               5.996711-04
                                                                               3.0277E-03
                                                                               X938GE-03
                                                                               6.4080E-05
                                                                               1.2274E-04
                                                                               3.0596E-03
                                                                               P.25G6E-04
                                                                               2.0718E-04
                                                                               1.0014E-04
     NUCLIDE
     A IK
CONCENTRATION
YEAH
   SURFACE
CONCENTRATION
YEAR
INGEST 1DN
   RATV:
                         YEAR
                                                                                               INHALATION
                                                                                                 RATE
                                                                           YEAR

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                           C1/MAA2
                                                                      PERSON. I'll/Y
                                                PL'RSUN.PCl/Y
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H-J
C-14
CR-51
MN-54
FE-55
CO-58
NI--b9
CO-60
NI-63
SR-90
NB-94
TC-99
RU-10G
SB -125
1-129
CS-1J4
CS-135
CS-137
CE-144
EU-154
U-234
U-2:35
NP-23?
U-23G
PU-238
PU-239
PU-240
PU-241
AM-241
PU-242
AM-243
CM-24J
CM-244
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2.2031E-2G
3.7818K-2G
1.0924E-2G
7.67iltJK-2&
3.1I376E-24
G.G143t'--2&
l.l)109E--23
5.G5G2E-24
1.797311-23
1.41U3E-23
1.8444E--23
1.7-.J07E-24
9.5'J4iE-2b
2.%27E-24
7.0714E-24
2.349GE-24
1.0Gm:-23
1.4734E-23
G.9273E-25
1 .2232E-23
1.8bU2K-23
1.8b82E-23
9.4132K-24
1.8582E-23
].8b31E-23
1.D6713E-23
1.8G76E-23
1.126GE-23
1.8G7bE--23
1.UG78E-23
1.8702E-23
1.4-J89E-23
1.2G72E-23
INFO
FOR THE SELLCTED IND
                                             O.OOOOG-iOO
                                             O.OOOOE-iOO
                                             3.6U33E-24
                                             1.0726E-18

                                             5".91G3E-21
                                              1.7119E-17
                                                9283E-17
                                             5.U219E--17
                                             6.7357E-17
                                             2.1207E -18
                                             1.5143E-18
                                             7.1GbOE-10
                                             1.7979E-17
                                             5.2915E-L8
                                             8.9723K-17
                                             G.23G4E-17
                                             8.96b4E-19
                                             4.8154E-17
                                             8.92G8E-17
                                             8.9271E-17
                                             2.6881E-17
                                             B.9271E-17
                                             8.4738E-17
                                             9.0754E-17
4.3137E-17
B.9517E-17
9.0795E--17
9.133GE-17
G.4005E -17
5.0465K-17
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                         3.7649E-08
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                         3.0923E--05
                         8.3%1E-07
                         1.J7G1K-04
                         7.4507K-0&
                         1.3648H-04
                         0.5785E-05
                         2.016311-03
                         5.0160K-OG
                         1.51G3E-05
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                         3.5951G-05
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                                                                            7.5637E-09
                                                                            2.1048E-09
                                                                            l.b34tlE-07
                                                                            G.3752E-07
                                                                            ].322CJE-08
                                                                            3.G217E -06
                                                                            1.KU2E-06
                                                                            3.5fJ4GE-06
                                                                            2.8366E-06
                                                                            3.6880E-06
                                                                            3.4413E-07
                                                                            1.91B8E-07
                                                                            5.9254E--07
                                                                            1.4143E-06
                                                                            4.G992E-07
                                                                            3.722SE-06
                                                                            2.94G9E-06
                                                                            1.3U55E-07
                                                                            2.4463E-06
                                                                            3.7164E-OG
                                                                            3.71G5E-OG
                                                                            1.B026E-OG
                                                                            3.7165E-06
                                                                            3.70G2E-OG
                                                                            J.7355E-OG
                                                                            3.7352E-06
                                                                            2.2531E-OG
                                                                            3.7350E-06
                                                                            3.73b6E-OG
                                                                            3.7403E-OG
                                                                            2.9977E-OG
                                                                            2.5344E-06
                  SELECTED  INDIVIDUAL  WILL  BE  DONE  FOR  THE  LOCATION  HAVING   100.00  I  OF THE HIGHEST TOTAL RISK.

   DOSE RATE TABLES COMBINING  LOW  AND  HIGH  LET WILL BE  PRINTED.
   HEALTH RISK TABLES COMBINING  LOW  AND  HIGH LET  WILL BE  PRINTED.
  00  INDICATES THE TABLE WILL  NOT  BE PRINTED
   1  INDICATES INDIVIDUAL VALUES WILL  BE PRINTED
   2  INDICATES MEAN INDIVIDUAL VALUES  WILL  BE  PRINTED
   3  INDICATES COLLECTIVE VALUES WILL  BE PRINTED
   4  INDICATES ALL OF THE ABOVE  WILL BE  PRINTED
     QUANIIIY
TABLE NO.  1  2  3  4  5  6  7
   2.HEALTH RISKS              0000033
   3.RISK EQUIVALENT FACTOR    0000000
  OTHE GROUND SURFACE CORRECTION  FACTOR  IS   0.50

  OTHERE ARE   11 ORGANS TO BE OUTPUT. THEY  ARE:
   ORGAN    TIME    ORGAN    TIME     ORGAN
   R MAR      70.   ENDOS1     70.    THYROID
   BREAST     70.   Af'ULA      70.    S  WALL
   INT WALL   70.   LIVER      70.    PANCREAS
   KIDNEYS    70.   OTHER      70.
  0  ORGAN     HOSE EQUIVALENT FACTORS
                    LOW LET          HIGH  LET
    R MAR           1.00000          20.0000
    ENDOSI          1.00000          20.0000
                           TIME
                             70.
                             70.
                             70.

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                     20,
                     20
                     20,
                     20,
                     20.
                     20.
                     20,
     	          20,
     1.00000          20,
11 CANCERS TO BE OUTPUT,
0000
0000
0000
0000
0000
0000
0000
0000
0000
       -m.  A 2
        CANCER
      THYROID
      BOWEL
      OTHER
                     IS RELATIVE RISK.
                          CANCER
                        BREAST   1.
                        LIVER    1.
  THYROID
  BREAST
  APULA
  S  WALL
  INT  WALL
  LIVER
  PANCREAS
  KIDNEYS
  OTHER
OTHERE ARE
 A 1 INDICATES ABSOLUTE RISK
   CANCIR      CANCER
 LEUKEMIA 1. BONE     1.
 LUNG     1. STOMACH  1.
 PANCREAS 1. URINARY  1.
OGENET1C DOSES ARE PRINTED FOR  TES1ES
 THE RISK FACTOR (PER RAD/MILLION BIRTH
  260.00000     FOR LOU LET. AND
  5200.0000     FOR HIGH LET.
 AND IHK REPLACEMENT RATE FOR THE BRCULATION
 .14133E-01 YEAR-1
OIHERE ARE   33 RADIONUCLIDES TO BE OUTPUT.
  NUCL1UE  PARTICLE SIZE   CLEARANCE CLASS

                                    A
                                    A
                                    U
                                    W
                                    W
                                    Y
                                    U
                                    Y
                                    10
                                    D
                                    Y
                                    W
                                    Y
                                    W
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                                    H
                                    D
                                    D
                                    Y
                                    U
                                    U
                                    Y
                                    Y
                                    W
                                    Y
                                    Y
                                    Y
                                    Y
                                    W
                                    Y
                                    U
                                    U
                                    M
                      OVARIES  AVERAGE
                     )  FOR GENETIC DOSE ARE :
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H-3
C-14
CR-51
MN-54
FE-55
CO-50
NI-59
CO-GO
NI-CJ
SR-90
NB-94
IC-99
RU-10C
SB-125
1-129
CS-134
CS-135
CS-137
CE-144
EU-154
U-2:34
U-235
NP-2.37
U-238
PU-23S
PU-239
PU-240
PU-241
AM-241
PU-242
AM-243
CM-243
CM-244
OORGAN DOSE
ORGAN
R MAR
•f
ENDOST
0.00000
0.00000
1.00000
1.00000
1.00000
1.00000
1.00000
1.00000
1.00000
1.00000
1.00000
1.00000
1.00000
1.00000
1.00000
1.00000
1.00000
1.00000
1.00000
1.00000
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1.00000
1.00000
1.00000
1.00000
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1.00000
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1.00000
1.00000
1.00000
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FACTORS
0.15520

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PATHWAYS

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                              STOMACH
                              0.00000
                               .00000
                               .00000
                               .00000
                               .00000
                              0.00000
                              0.00000
                               .00000
                               .00000
                               .00000
                               .00000
                               .00000
                               .00000
                               .00000
                               .00000
                              0.00000
                              0.00000
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                               .00000
                               .00000
                               .00000
                               .00000
                               .00000
                              0.00000
                              0.00000
                              0.00000
                              0.00000
                              0.00000
                              0.00000
                              0.00000
                              0.00000
                              0.00000
                              0.00000
                                    0.
                                    0.
                                    0.
                                    0.
G.I. ABSORPTION
SE
0.95000
0.95000
0.10000
0.10000
0.10000
0.05000
0.05000
0.05000
0.05000
0.01000
0.01000
0.00000
0.05000
0.20000
0.95000
0.95000
0.95000
0.00030
0.00010
0.20000
0.00200
O.OOiiOO
0.00100
0.00200
0.00100
0.00010
0.00010
0.00100
0.00100
0.00010
0.00100
0.00100
0.00100
FRACTION
ULl
0.00000
0.00000
0.00000
0.00000
0.00000
0.00000
0.00000
0.00000
0.00000
0.00000
0.00000
0.00000
0.00000
0.00000
0.00000
0.00000
0.00000
0.00000
0.00000
0.00000
0.00000
0.00000
0.00000
0.00000
0.00000
0.00000
0.00000
0.00000
0.00000
0.00000
0.00000
0.00000
0.00000
                                                         LLI
                                                         0.00000
                                                         0.00000
                                                         0.00000
                                                         0.00000
                                                         0.00000
                                                         0.00000
                                                         0.00000
                                                         0.00000
                                                         0.00000
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                                                         0.00000
                                                         0.00000
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                                                         0.00000
                                                         0.00000
                                                         0.00000
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                                                         0.00000
                                                         0.00000
                                                         0.00000
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OTHER


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0

0

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3

3

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3

3

3

3
4

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4

4

4

4

4

4

4

4
1IHE LOCATION USED FOR THE SELECTED INDIVIDUAL EXPOSURE IS
 THE FATAL CANCER RISK AT THAT LOCATION IS  0.463E-04
1
                                                               17700 METERS N   FROM THE SOURCE.
CO
I
DARTAB INFO
                              ORGAN DOSE/EXPOSURE SUMMARY
   OAAA  COLLECTIVE  BRCULATION  AAA
   ODOSE RATE:
                     ORGANS:   R  MAR      ENDOST     THYROID   BREAST    APULA     S WALL    INT WALL  LIVER     PANCREAS  KIDNEYS
                              OTHER      WT.SUH
    LOW  LET  (PERSON RAD/Y)   2.207E-04  4.215E-04  0.217      1.494E-04 7.682E-05 7.520E-04 2.028E-04 9.690E-05 8.5G7E-05 8.403E-05
                              B.5G7E-05  2.1G2E-02
    HIGH LEI (PERSON RAD/Y)  1.570E-12  1.941E-11  2.413E-14  2.413E-14 1.772E-12 2.443E-14 3.392E-14 3.950E-12 2.413E-14 3.091E-14
                              2.413E-14  1.030E-12
    DOGE EU. (PERSON REM/Y)  2.207E-04  4.215E-04  0.217
                              8.567E-05  2.1G2E-02
   OGONAOAL  DOSES:
                     GONADS:   TESTES     OVARIES    AVERAGE
    LOW  LET  (PERSON RAD)      1.938E-03 1.973E-03 1.955E-03
    HIGH LET (PERSON RAD)     1.807E-12 1.809E-12 1.808E-12
    DOSE EU. (PERSON REM)     1.938E-03 1.973E-03 1.955E-03
   1
                                                       1.494E-04 7.G82E-05 7.520E-04 2.028E-04 9.690E-05 8.5G7E-05 8.403E-05
DARTAB INFO
                              PATHWAY
OAAA COLLECTIVE BRCULATION AAA
ODOSE RATES:
 WEIGHTED SUMS OF ORGAN DOSE RATES
                PATHWAYS:  INGESIION
                                         DOSE/EXPOSURE  SUMMARY
 LOW LIT (PERSON RAD/Y)  2.1G2E-02 2.
 HIGH LEI (PERSON RAD/Y) 1.103E-13 9.
 DOSE EU. (PERSON REM/Y) 2.162E-02 1.
OAVERAGE GONADAL DOSES:
                PATHWAYS:  INQESTION
 LOU LEI (PERSON RAD)
 HIGH LET (PERSON RAD)
                                        INHALATION   AIR      GROUND     INTERNAL  EXTERNAL  TOTAL
                                                 IMMERSION   SURFACE
                                        543E-14  1.192E-17 S.SG1E-11  2.1G2E-02 8.8G1E-11 2.162E-02
                                        198E-13  O.OOOE+00 O.OOOE+00  1.030E-12 O.OOOE+00 1.030E-12
                                        842E-11  1.192E-17 8.8G1E-11  2.162E-02 8.8G1E-11 2.1G2E-02

                                        INHALATION   AIR      GROUND     INTERNAL  EXTERNAL  TOTAL
                                                 IMMERSION   SURFACE
                             1.955E-03  4.642E-14 3.954E-16  2.933E-0'J 1.955E-03  2.933E-09  1.955E-03
                             3.22GE-13  1.485E-12 O.OOOE+00  O.OOOE+00 1.808E-12  O.OOOE+00  1.S08E-12

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 DOSE EQ. (PERSON REM)
1
                             1.955E-03 2.975E-11 3.954E-1G 2.933E-09 1.955E-03 2.933E-09 1.955E-03
DARTAB INFO
                              NUCL1DE DOGE/EXPOSURE SUMMARY
CD
OAAA COLLECTIVE BRCULAT10N AAA
OBOSE RATES:
 UEIQHltD SUMS OF ORGAN DOSE RATES
                NUCL1DES:  H-3
                            NB-94
                            U-234
                            AM-243
 LOU LL1  (PERSON RAL/Y)  G.755E-09 0,
                           G.767E-11
                           4.334K-14
                           5.848E-12
 HIGH I.E1 (PERSON RAD/Y) O.OOOE+00 0,
                           O.OOOE+00
                           5.974K-15
                           1.698E-13
 DOSE EU. (PERSON REM/Y) G.755L-09 8
                           6.767E-11
                           1.628E-13
                           9.243E-12
 OAVERAGE  GONADAL  DOSES:
                NUCL1DES:
  LOW  LEI  (PERSON  RAD)
  HIGH  LEI  (PERCON  RAD)
  DOSE  EU.  (PERSON REM)
                              H-3
                               NB-CJ4
                               U-234
                               AM-243
                             1.952E-0?
                              2.258E-09
                              9.148E-13
                              1.946E-10
                             O.OOOE+00
                              O.OOOK+00
                              4.74GE-1G
                              4.199E-13
                             1.952E-07
                              2.258E-09
                              9.243E-13
                              2.030E-10
 C-14
  TC-99
  U-23S
  CM-243
.5fJ5t-05  3.
 1.023E-04
 1.082E-11
 5.023E-13
.OOOE+00  0.
 O.OOOE+00
 5.244E-14
 7.330E-14
.595E-Ob  3,
 1.023F-04
 1.187E-11
 1.9G8E-12

 C-14
  1C;-99
  U-235
  CM-243
1.2211-03
 3.699E-04
 3.404E-10
 1.589E-11
O.OOOE-iOO
 O.OOOE+00
 1.B67E-1G
 2.600E-13
1.221E-03
 3.6CJCJE-04
 3.404E-10
 2.109E-11
                                              CR-51
                                               fiU-106
                                               Np-2-iy
                                               CM-244
                                              320E-21  2.
                                              3.472E-16
                                              1.024E-14
                                              1.14GE-15
                                              OOOE+00  0,
                                              O.OOOE+00
                                              4.792E-14
                                              4.750E-14
                                              320E-21  2,
                                              3.472E-1G
                                              9.G8GE-13
                                              9.52SE-13
MN-54
 •30-125
 U-238
 TOTAL
093E-15 3,
1.944E-14
3.&35E-14
2.162E-02
OOOE+00 0,
O.OOOE+00
5.2GGE-15
1.030E-12
093E-15 3,
1.944E-14
1.407E-13
2.1G2E-02
                                                                      EE-b5     C0-b8     Nl-59     CO-GO     N1-G3     SK-90
                                                                       1-129     C3-134    CS-13S    CS-137    Cli-144    EU-154
                                                                       PU-Siifi    PU-239    PU-240    PU-241    AM-24]    f'U-242

                                                                      622E-17 7.922E-18 7.390E-15 4.007E-13 1.720E-16 3.947E-15
                                                                      2.143E-02 4.544E-14 2.144E-14 1.3G4E-16 1.914E-16 1.748E-12
                                                                      8.G26E-15 2.888E-14 5.853E-14 5.660E-17 1.353E-12 5.114E-14

                                                                      OOOE+00 O.OOOE+00 O.OOOE+00 O.OOOE+00 O.OOOE+00 O.OOOE+00
                                                                      O.OOOE+00 O.OOOE + 00 O.OOOE + 00 O.OOOE^O O.OOOOOO O.OOOE+00
                                                                      1.227E-13 1.1G6E-13 1.1G4E-13 1.036E-15 1.603E-13 1.107E-13

                                                                      622E-17 7.922E-18 7.390E-1& 4.007E-13 1.720E-1G 3.947E-15
                                                                      2.143E-02 4.5)44E-14 2.144E-14 1.364K-16 1.914E-16 1.748E-12
                                                                      2.4G3E-12 2.3G1E-12 2.387E-12 2.077E-14 4.560E-12 2.2G5E-12
                                               CR-51     MN-b4     FE-&5     C(J~5£J      Nl-59
                                                RU-106    SH-125    1-129     CS-134     Cb-13b
                                                NP-237    U-2313     PU-238    PU-239     PU-240
                                                CM-244    1'OIAL
                                              1.07GE-19 6.982E-14 6.849E-1G 2.801E-1G 8.154E-14
                                               1.055E-15 6.44GE-13 3.G41E-04 1.496E-12 6.716E-13
                                               2.560E-13 7.049E-13 1.729E-13 G.42GE-13 1.209E-12
                                               2.402E-14 1.955E-03
                                              O.OOOE+00 O.OOOE+00 O.OOOE+00 O.OOOE+00 O.OOOE+00
                                               O.OOOE+00 O.OOOE+00 O.OOOE+00 O.OOOE+00 O.OOOE+00
                                               5.717E-14 4.329E-1G 1.522E-13 1.0G7E-13 1.071E-13
                                               1.923E-13 1.808E-12
                                              1.07GE-19 G.982E-14 G.e49E-16 2.801t-lG 8.154E-14
                                               1.055E-15 G.446E-13 3.G41E-04 1.49GE-12 6.716E-13
                                               1.400E-12 7.136E-13 3.218E-12 2.777E-12 3.351E-12
                                               3.870E-12 1.955E-03
                                        CO-GO     Nl-63     Sk-90
                                         CS-137    CE-144    t'U-]54
                                         PU-241    AM-241    PU-242

                                       1.323E-11 3.455E-15 3.930E-15
                                        3.859E-15 1.250E-15 5.790E-11
                                        G.604E-17 4.5G3E-11 1.059E-12

                                       O.OOOE+00 O.OOOE+00 O.OOOE+00
                                        O.OOOE+00 O.OOOE+00 O.OOOE+00
                                        1.208E-15 4.087E-1J 1.013E-13

                                       1.323E-11 3.455E-15 3.930E-15
                                        3.859E-15 1.258E-15 5.790E-11
                                        2.423E-14 5.380E-11 3.084E-12
 DARTAB  INFO
                               RISK/RISK EQUIVALENT SUMMARY
                                                                              STOMACH   BOWEL
                                                                                                    LIVER
                                                                       PANCREAS  URINARY
     COLLECTIVE BRCULAIION AAA
OCOLLEC1IVE FATAL CANCER RISK:
                 CANCERS:  LEUKEMIA  BONE      THYROID   BREAST    LUNG
                            OTHER     TOTAL
 LOU LEKDEATHS/YR)       9.5931-09 4.096E-10 6.082E-07 5.436E-09 4.4G7E-09 1.771E-08 2.219E-09 2.319E-09 1.410E-09 5.844E-10
                           2.737E-09 G.551E-07
 HIGH LLKDEATHS/YR)
                           2.857E-16 1.847E-1G 2.532E-18 2.615E-18 7.794E-1G 1.7GOE-18 1.G49E-18 3.235E-16 1.135E-18 8.411E-19
                            2.294^-18 1.50GE-15
                           9.b93E-09 4.096E-10 6.082E-07 5.436E-09 4.4G7E-09 1.771E-08 2.219E-09 2.319E-09 1.410E-09 5.844E-10
                            2.7J7G--09 G.551E-07
 OFATAL CANCER RISK EQUIVALENT:
     TOTAL  (DEAIHS/YR)

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                    CANCERS:
                                                   SlOhACH    BOWEL
                                         LIVER
                                         PANCREAS   URINARY
    (PERSON REM/YR)
   OUHOLE  BODY  FATAL CANCER RISK
   OGENEIIC RISKS:
    LOU LLKEFFECTG/YR)      7,
    HIGH LEKEFFECTS/YR)     1,
    COMBINED(EEFECTS/YR)     7,
   OGENETIC RISK EQUIVALENT:
    (PERSON REM/YR)          6.51SE-05
   1
 LEUKLMIA  BONE      THYROID   BREAST    LUNG
  OTHER     TOTAL
2.203L-04 4.212E-04 2.196E-02 1.492E-04 7.676E-05 7.515E-04 2.026E-04 9.G90E-05 8.590E-05 8.394E-05
 8.590E-05 2.335E-03
    ECHPERSON  REM/YR)

  185E-09
  328E-16
  185E-09
          2.335E-03
   DARTAB INFO
                                 PATHWAY RISK/RISK EQUIVALENT SUMMARY
   OAAA COLLECTIVE BRCULATION AAA
   OCOLLECIIVE FATAL CANCER RISK:

                 PATHWAYS:  1NGESTION

    LOW LLKDEATHS/YR)       G.551E--07
    HIGH LEHDEATHS/YR)      1.399E-16
     TOTAL (HEATHS/YR)       G.b51t-07
oo OFATAL CANCER RISK EQUIVALENT:
                 PATHWAYS:  INCEPTION
CO
oo
    (PERSON REM/YR)          2.335E-03
    WHOLE BODY RISK EG (PERSON REM/YR)
   OGENETIC RISKS
    HIGH LLT(EFtECTG/YR>
    CO«BINED(EFFECTS/YR)
   OGENETIC RISK EQUIVALENT:
    (PERSON REM/YR)
   1
                    IMMERSJ10N  SURFACE
7.185E-09 1.706E-19 1.453E-21 1.070E-14 7.1i35E-0'3 1.071JE-14 7.185E-09
2.371E--17 1.091E-16 O.OOOE+00 O.OOOE+00 1.328E-16 O.OOOE+00 1.328E-16
7.10bt-09 1.093E-16 1.453E-21 1.078E-14 7.185E-09 1.07BE-14 7.185E-09

G.bltlE-Oti 9.916E-13 1.310E-17 9.775E-11 6.510E-05 9.775E-11 6.518E-05
   DARIAB INFO
                                 NUCLIDE RISK/RISK EQUIVALENT SUMMARY
   OAAA COLLECTIVE BRCULATION AAA
   OCOLLECT1VE FATAL CANCER RISK:
                   NUCL1HES:  H-3
                               NB-94
                               U-234
    LOW LEKBEATHGi/YR)
    HIGH LEKDEAIHS/YR)
     TOTAL (DtATHS/YR)
           C--14      CR-51     MN-54
            TC-99     RU- 106    SB-125
            U-235     Nf-237    U-23U
            CM-24ii    CM-244    TOTAL
1.896t-12 2.411E-08 9.318E-25 5.375E-19 9
 1.899E-14 2.869E-08 9.574E-20 5.455E-18
 1.216K-17 3.037E-15 2.642L-18 9.889E-18
 1.639E-15 1.407E-16 3.143C-19 G.551E-07
O.OOOEHOO O.OOOE+00 O.OOOE+00 O.OOOL+00 0
 O.OOOE+00 O.OOOE+00 O.OOOE+00 O.OOOE+00
 1.33'JL-l? 1.114E-16 7.525E-17 1.180E-17
 2.069E-16 1.137E-1& 0.119E-17 1.586E-15
1.89GE-12 2.411E-08 9.318E-25 5.075E-19 9
           FE-55
            1-129
            PU-230
           CO-58
            CS-134
            PU -2:39
                                                             NI-59
                                                              Cti-135
                                                              PU-240
CO-GO
 CS-137
 PU-241
Nl-63
 Cf-144
 AM-241
           .692E-21 2.223E-21
           G.023E-07 1.275E-17
           2.399E-18 8.090E-13

           .OOOE+00 O.OOOE+00
           O.OOOE+00 O.OOOE+00
           2.0GOE-16 1.922E-16
                               SR-90
                                EU-154
                                PU.-242

2.070E-18 1.124E-1G 4.426L-20 1.010E-18
 5.935E-18 3.808E-20 5.304C-20 4.90GE-16
 1.G40E-17 1.240E-20 3.794E-16 1.433t-17

O.OOOE+00 O.OOOE+00 O.OOOE+00 O.OOOE+00
 O.OOOE^O O.OOOE+00 O.OOOE + 00 O.OOOE + 00
 1.920E-1G 9.548E-19 1.989E-1G 1.025E-16
           .692E-2I 2.223E-21 2.070E-18 1.124E-16 4.426E-20  1.010E-18

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                              1.899E-14
                              2. 5551,'--17
                            2.869E-08  9.574E-20  5.455E-18
                            3.149E-15  7.790E-17  2.169E-17
    TOTAL FATAL CANCER RISK FROM ALL EXPOSURES
   OFAIAL CANCER RISK EQUIVALENT:
                              1.846E-15 2.544E-1G 8.150E-17 G.551E-07
                                           023E-07
                                           084E-1G
                              1.275E-17 5.985E-18 3.808E-20
                              2.003E-16 2.084E-16 9.672E-19
                                        5.304E-20 4.906E-1G
                                        5.783E-1& 1.968E-16
                                               G.551E-07
                   NUCL1DES:
    (PERSON REM/YR)
                 H-3
                  NB-94
                  U-234
                  Ah-243
           C-14
            TC-99
            U-235
            CM-243
CR-51
 RU-10G
 NP--237
 CM-244
FE-55
 1-129
 PU-238
              CO-58
               CS-134
               PU-239
   Nl-59
    CS-135
    PU-240
   CO-GO
    CS-137
    PU-241
   OGENEIIC RISKS:
                               MN--54
                                SH-125
                                U-238
            _____    _.._..    TOTAL
&.759E-09 8.594E-05 3.321E-21 2.094E-15 3.455E-17 7.925E-18 7.379E-15 4.008E-13 1
 G.770E-11 1.023E-04 3.413E-16 1.945E-14 2.147E-03 4.545E-14 2.133E-14 1.357E-1G
 1.377K-13 1.122E-11 2.777E-13 1.190E-13 7.427E-13 7.140E-13 7.428E-13 3.448E-15
 G.581E-12 9.070E-13 2.905E-13 2.335E-03
NI-G3     SR-90
 CE-144    EU-154
 AM-241    PU-242

.578E-16 3.600E-15
l.tWE-16 1.749E-12
2.061E-12 7.016E-13
                   NUCL1DES:
     LOU LEKEFFECTS/YR)
     HIGH LLKEFFECTS/YR)
     COMBINED(EFEECIG/YR)
03
I
CO
    OGENETIC
     (PERSON
RISK EQUIVALENT:
REM/YR)
                 H-3        C-14       CR-51      MN-54      FE-55      CO-SB      NI-59      CO-GO
                  NB-94      TC-99      RU-10C,     [ifc-125     1-129      CS-134     CS-135     CS-137
                  U-234      U-235      NP-237     U-238      PU-2U8    PU--239     PU-240     PU-241
                  AM-243     CM-243     CM-244     TOTAL
                 7.173E-13  4.487E-09  3.953t-25  2.566E-19  2.517E-21  1.029E-21  2.996E-19 4.8G1E-17  1
                 8.299E-15 1.359E-09 3.877E-21  2.369E-18 1.338E-09 5.495E-18 2.4G8E-18 1.418E-20
                 3.3G1L-18 1.251E-15 9.400E-19  2.590E-18 6.353E-19 2.361E-18 4.443E-18 2.427E-22
                 7.152E-1G 5.840E-17 8.U2GE-20  7.185E-09
                 O.OOOE+00  O.OOOL-iOO  O.OOOE+00  O.OOOE+00  O.OOOE+00  O.OOOE+00  O.OOOE+00 O.OOOE+00  0
                 O.OOOE+00 O.OOOE+00 O.OOOE+00  O.OOOE+00 O.OOOEnOO O.OOOE+00 O.OOOE+00 O.OOOE+00
                 3.488E-20 1.372E-20 4.202E-18  3.182E-20 1.11CJL-17 7.841E-18 7.871E-18 8.878E-20
                 3.00GE-17 1.91LE-17 1.413E-17  1.328E-1G
                 7.I73E-13  4.4B7E-09  3.953E-25  2.5G6E-19  2.&17E-21  1.029E-21  2.99GE-19 4.8G1E-17  1
                 8.2'J'JH-15 1.359E-09 3.877E-21  2.3G9E-18 1.338E-09 5.495E-18 2.4G8E-18 1.418E-20
                 3.39GE-18 1.251E-15 5.143E-18  2.G22E-10 1.182E-17 1.020E-17 1.231E-17 8.902E-20
                 7.4G1E-16 7.'/51E-]7 1.422B--17  7.1B5E-09
                                                                                 NI-63     SR-90
                                                                                  CE-144    EU-154
                                                                                  AM-241    PU-242

                                                                                 .269E-20 1.444E-20
                                                                                 4.G22E-21  2.128E-1G
                                                                                 1.677E-16  3.892E-18

                                                                                 .OOOE+00 O.OOOE+00
                                                                                 O.OOOE+00  O.OOOE+00
                                                                                 3.003E-17  7.441E-18

                                                                                 .269E-20 1.444E-20
                                                                                 4.G22E-21  2.128E-16
                                                                                 1.977E-1G  1.133E-17
G.507E-09 4.071E-05 3.50GE-21 2.327E-15 2.283E-17 9.336E-18 2.718E-15 4.410E-13 1.152E-16 1.310E-1G
                ~              "         1.214E-05 4.9Q5E-14 2.239E-14 1.286E-1G 4.193E-17 1.930E-12
                                         1.073E-13 9.255E-14 1.117E-13 8.075E-16 1.793E-12 1.028E-13
                              7.528E-11 1.233E-05 3.517E-17 2.149E-14
                              3.0C1E-14 1.135E-11 4.GG5E-14 2.379E-14
                              G.7G8E-12 7.031E-13 1.290E-13 G.518E-05
                        DARIAB  INFO
                        COLLECTIVE DOSE EQ.   (PERSON RE« /YEAR)
    OAAASUMMED  OVER  ALL  ORGAN
     NUCLIHIIS
     INGEST1UN
     •/.  Of   INTERNAL
       OF  ALL  PATHWAYS
     INHALATION
     I  OF   INTERNAL
                         H-3
                          NB-94
                          U-234
                          AM-243
                        G.755E-09
                         1.G31L-14
                         2.074E-15
                         5.80rJE-13
                         100.
                          83.1
                          1.74
                          17.1
                         100.
                         2.411E-02
                          1.27
                          6.28
                  C-14
                   TC-99
                   U-2HS
                   CM-243
                 8.595E-05
                  1.023E-04
                  2.11GE-15
                  2.243E-13
                  100.
                   100.
                  0.201
                   15.3
                  100.
                   100.
                  1.7B2E-02
                   11.4
       CR-51
        RU-.LOG
        NP-237
        CM-244
      1.950E-21
       G.G99E-17
       1.723E-13
       1.421E-13
       G2.0
        VJ.'d
        17.9
        14.9
       5B.7
        l'j.3
        17.0
        14.-J
                                       MN-54      FE-55
                                        SC-125     1-129
                                        U-238      PU-23U
                                        TOTAL
                                      6.850E-18  2.488E-17  B
                                       O.OOOE+00  2.143E-02
                                       1.945E-15  3.9GGE-13
                                       2.1G2E-02
                                                 9:3.9
                                                  JOO.
                 CO-58     NI-59     CO-GO     Nl-63     SR-90
                  CS-134    Cli-135    CS-1J7    CE-144    EU-15'
                  PU-239    PU-240    PU-241    AM-241    PU-24;

                 .835E-19 1.087E-16 5.98GE-1G 1.482E-16 3.117E-)
                 3.156E-15 2.142E-14 O.OOOE+00 O.OOOE+00 O.OOOE^
                 5.070E-14 5.443E-14 &.043E-15 5.282E-13 4.G19E-
 76. &
 O.OOOE+00
  1.U3
  100.
0.327
 O.OOOG+00
  1.38
  100.
        1G.2

       G8.7
        100.
        16.1
73.1
 99.]
 2.17

11.2
 G.95
 2.15
91.9      49.0      8G.2      79.0
 99.9     O.OOOEHOO O.OOOE+00 O.OOOE^
 2.34      29.1      16.5      2.18

1.47     0.149      06.2      79.0
 99.9     O.OOOE+00 O.OOOE+00 O.OOOEJ
 2.20      29.1      11.2.13
                        5.561L-22 8.3G3E-23 1.195E-21 2.09CE-18 1.623E-18 3.24GE-19 9.592E-18 G.218E-16 2.382E-17 8.298E-]
                         3.320E-15 7.837E-18 2.802E-1G 2.147E-17 9.251E-1G 2.74GE-17 2.6G2E-17 1.3G4E-1G 1.531E-16 1.238E-
                         1.174E-13 1.049E-12 7.884E-13 1.043E-13 2.058E-12 2.281E-12 2.275E-12 1.473E-14 2.680E-12 2.1G6E-
                         2.825E-12 1.244E-12 8.097E-13 1.842E-11
                        8.232E-12 9.730E-17  38.0      23.4      6.13      26.9      8.11      50.9      13.8      21.0
                          1G.9     7.GG2E-I2  80.7      100.     4.:31GE-12 O.U&2     0.124       100.       100.       100.
                                                                  U3.8      fJ7.£i      97.7       '/0.9       B3.5       97.8
                                       98.3
                                       02.'
                   99.8
                   84.7
         82.1
         85.1
                                                       0.519E-08

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DO


O
    7. OF  ALL  PATHWAYS
    AIR  IMMERSION
    7.  OF   EXTERNAL
    7.  OF  ALL PATHWAYS
    GROUNLi 'a
    X OF  EXTERNAL
    7. OF ALL PATHWAYS
    INTERNAL
    X OF ALL PATHWAYS
    EXTERNAL
      OF ALL PATHWAYS
    TOTAL OVER ALL PATHWAYS
    X OF TOTAL
            Q.232E-12  9.730E--17   36.0
             4.906E-03 7.6G2E-12   80.7
              72.1       8.84       81.4
              30.6       63.2       85.0
                    0.100      4.48      4.10     0.130     0.155      13.8      21.0
                     0.110     4.316E-12 G.042E-02 0.124      100.       60.0     7.081E-
                      74.1      8:J.G      %.G      95.3      70.9       58.8      95.6
                     EI.519E-08
            o.oooi;ioo
             5.171E-18
             4.22'JL-22
             1.5U9E-19
            O.OOOE+00
             7.G44E-06
             9.767E-07
             2.722K-06
            O.OOOEiOO
             7.G4i00 4.003E-06 'J.943E-

                              9.409E-02  1.360E-06  5.G14E-04  O.OOOE+00  O.OOOE+C
                               1.198E-03  O.OOOE+00 O.OOOE+00 7.754E-04 1.515E-
                               1.045E-08  9.838E-09 O.OOOE+00 1.1C6E-06 8.862E-
O.OOOEiOO
 2.281E-21
 1.002E-11
 5.001E-13
O.OOOE^O
  100.
  100.
  100.
O.OOOE+00
 2.230E-15
  1J1.1
  25.4
1.360E-22
 O.OOOE+00
 7.930E-15
 1.064E-15
 78.4
 O.OOOE+00
  100.
  100.
 4 12
 O!OOOE+OO
 0.820
 0.112
2.004E-
 1.942E
 3.448E
 B.861E
 100.
  100.
  ]00.
  100.
 99.6
  99.9
  24.5
 4.098E
15 9.721E-18 6.707E-18 7.272E-15 3.994E-13 O.OOOE+00 O.OOOE+(
-14 1.888E-15 4.226E-14 O.OOOE+00 O.OOOE+00 J.CJ1E-17 1.747E-
-14 8.359E-15 2.871E-14 5.827E-14 O.OOOE+00 1.351E-12 5.091E-
                                                                         -11
    100.
     100.
     100.

    26.8
                                                                         -07
99.9      100.      100.     O.OOOE+00 O.OOOEK
 100,     O.OOOE + 00 O.OOOd^O  100.      100.
 100.      100.     O.OOOE+00  100.      100.

84.7      9CI.4      99.7     O.OOOE + 00 O.OOOE+C
 93.0     O.OOOE+00 O.OOOE+00  20.0      99.9
 1.22      2.44     O.OOOti+00  29.6      2.25
            6.755E-09 8.595E-05 3.14GE--21 8.947E-18 2.650E-17 1.208E-18 1.103E-16 1.220E-15 1.720E-16 3.947E-]
             1.963E-14 1.023E-04 3.472E-16 2.147E-17 2.143E-02 3.184E-15 2.144E-14 1.3G4E-1G 1.531E-1G 1.238E-
             1.19511-13 1.0blE-12 9.607E-13 1.062E-13 2.455E-12 2.332E-12 2.329E-12 2.077E-14 3.208E-12 2.215E-
             3.406E-12 1.468E-12 9.518E-13 2.1G2E-02
             100.      100.      94.7     0.427      73.2      15.2      1.60     0.305      100.      100.
                                           0.110      100.      7.01      100.      100.      80.0     7.081E-
                                            '/b.5      99.7      98.0      97.6      100.      70.4      97.8
                                     2.901E-02
                                      73.4
                                      36.8
  100.
  8.8t
  74.6
  100.
  99.2
  99.9
            O.OOOL'KOO O.OOOEiOO 1.744E-22 2.004E-15 9.721E-18 6.714E-18 7.272E-15 3.994E-13 O.OOOEiOO O.OOOE+(
             6.765E-11 2.281E-21 O.OOOE+00 1.942E-14 1.888E-15 4.226E-14 O.OOOE+00 O.OOOEi-00 J.832E-17 1.747E-
             4.330L-14 1.002E-11 7.939E-15 3.448E-14 8.359E-15 2.871E-14 5.827E-14 O.OOOE+00 1.351E-12 5.091E-
             5.337E-12 S.001E-13 1.0G4E-15 8.BG1E-11
            O.OOOE+00 O.OOOE+00  5.25
              100.     2.230E-15 O.OOOE+00
              26.6      91.1     0.820
                                      63.2
                        25.4
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                     99.6
                      99.9
                      24.5
                     26.8      84.8
                     3.I307E-12  93.0
                     0.339      1.22
                               98.4      99.7     O.OOOEiOO  O.OOOEK
                               O.OOOE+00 0.000l->00  20.0       99.9
                                         O.OOOEiOO  29.6
                                                                                                  2.44
                                                       2.25
            6.755E-09 8.595E-05 3.320E-21 2.093E-15 3.622E-17 7.922E-18 7.390E-15 4.007E-13 1.720E-16 3.947E-]
             G.767E-11 1.023E-04 3.472E-1G 1.944E-14 2.143E-02 4.544E-14 2.144E-14 1.364E-16 1.914E-1G  1.748E-
             1.62CE-13 1.187E-11 9.G86E-13 1.407E-13 2.463E-12 2.3G1E-12 2.387E-12 2.077E-14 4.560E-12  2.2GGE-
             9.243E-12 1.968E-12 9.520E-13 2.162E-02
            3.124E-05 0.397     1.535E-17 9.681E-12 1.675E-13 3.6G4E-14 3.418E-11 1.853E-09 7.957E-13 1.825E-]
             3.130E-07 0.473     1.606E-12 8.989E-11  99.1     2.102E-10 9.916E-11 G.308E-13 8.852t^l3  8.08GE-
             7.529E-10 5.490E-08 4.479E-09 6.506E-10 1.139E-08 1.092E-08 1.104E-08 9.G05E-11 2.109E-08  1.048E-
             4.274E-08 9.103E-09 4.406E-09
DARTAB INFO
COLLECIWE GENETIC DOGE EQ. (PERSON REM)
   OAAA3UMMED OVER ALL GONAD
    NUCLIDES
             H-3
              NB-94
              U-2J4
 C-14
  TC-99
  U-235
 CR-51
  RU-10G
  NP-237
 MN-54
  SB-125
  U-238
    FE-55
      1-129
      PU-238
CO-58
 CS-134
          NI--59      CO- 60      N1-G3      bR-90
           CS-135     CS-137     CE-144     L'U-15'
           PU-240     PU-241     AM-241     PU-242

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    Z OF ALL PATHWAYS
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    Z OF  EXTERNAL
    Z OF ALL PATHWAYS
    INTERNAL
    Z Of ALL PATHWAYS
    EXTERNAL
  AM-243
1.952E-07
 7.651E-13
 2.637K-15
 1.505E-12
 100.
  99.8
  27.7
  17.9
 100.
 3.388E-02
 0.2C5
 0.741
  CM-243
1.221E-03
 3.699E-04
 5.979E-15
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 100.
  100.
  80.4
  1G.G
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  100.
 1.75GE-03
  4.09
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                   9.839E-20 2.694E-16 5.639E-16 5.574E-17 2.517E-15 2.280L-14 3.323E-15 2.795E-]
                    1.024E-15 O.OOOE+00 3.641E-04 8.522E-14 6.708E-13 O.OOOE+00 O.OOOE+00 O.OOOE<
                                        1.191E-12 1.298E-13 1.398E-13 8.591E-15 1.412E-12 1.232E-
4.472E-13 2.613E-15
G.360G-13 1.955E-03
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 39.0
 16.5
91. 5
 97.1
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                              96.6
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                               100.
                             0.386
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                                         97.3
                                          100.
                                          39.1

                                         82.3
                                          100.
                                          37.0
                            99.0
                             99.2
                             6.08

                            19.9
                             5.70
                             4.67
                                        97.9
                                         99.9
                                         6.53

                                        3.09
                                         99.9
                                         4.17
 97.9
96.2
71.1
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0.172
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96.2
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71.1
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 2.62
1.671E-20 1.235E-21 3.566E-21 9.414E-1G 1.553E-17 5.358E-19 5.478E-17 4.967E-16 1
 1.78bE-15 1.G63E-1Q 3.080L-17 1.953E-17 1.554E-17 7.272E-16 7.958E-16 3.859E-15
 	'	•••	1.854E-12 2.004E-12 2.002E-12 1.563E-14
6.893E-15 1.455E-15 7.004E-13 6.222E-15
6.922E-12 4.346E-12 3.210E-12 2.975E-11
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                               100.
                               70.4
                              1.521E-06
8.557E-12
 0.233
  72.3
  82.1
          1.011E-16  3.50
           4.496E-13  2.92
            19.6
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8.557K-12 1.011E-16
 7.903E-05 4.496E-13
 0.746     4.if74E-04
  3.41      20.6
O.OOOll + OO 0
  1.727L-16
  1.219E-20
  5.3b2E-18
O.OOOE+00 0
  7.6401-.;-06
  1.333E-06
  2.750E-06
O.OOOE+00 0
  7.64GE-06
  1.3191!--06
  2.636E-06
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 3.138E-24
 1.502E-17
 9.855E-18
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 4.190E-03
 4.413E-06
 6.204E-05
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 8.483E-19
 4.412E-06
 4.672E-05
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  2.258E-09 7
  9.147E-13 3
  1.946E-10 1
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   .488E-20
   .404E-10
   .589E-11
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   100.
   100.
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   .024E-14
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   75.3
 61.0
 83.5
3.31
 2.92
 50.0
 83.0

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O.OOOE+00
B.558E-19
3.386E-21
21.& '
O.OOOE+00
3.396E-04
1.430E-05
1.13
O.OOOE+00
6.115E-05
8.75iE-OG

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O.OOOE+00
2.520E-13
2.369E-L4
78.4
O.OOOE+00
 100.
 100.
4.10
O.OOOEHOO
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0.612
                               2.68     0.952
                               4.267L-12 0.846
                                60.9      93.9
                    1.348E-02  2.27     0.191
                     3.030E-03 4.267E-12
                              0.872
                              1.521E-06

                             2.873E-18
                              6.007E-18
                              7.317E-21
                              3.954E-16
                             4.132E-03
                              9.320E-04
                              1.109E-06
                              1.348E-05
                             4.116E-03
                              9.319E-04
                              1.095E-06
                              2.022E-11
                                                                              57.6
                                       2.13
                                       0.118
                                        93.5

                                      6.717E-02
                                     I 0.118
                                        59.8
 2.13
  100.
  64.5

3.754E-03
  100.
  64.5
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3.744E
6.765E

3.80
 100.
 82.7

3.80
0.298
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                      3.99
                                                                  16 1.135E-:
                                                                  -18 2.860E-
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                                                                      28.9
                                                                       100.
                                                                       93.9

                                                                      28.9
                                                                      4.940E-
                                                                       61.7
                   1.019E-22 2.489E-19  1.094E-21  7.435E-17  O.OOOE+00  O.OOOE+(
                    2.231E-19 1.813E-17 O.OOOE+00 O.OOOEiOO 4.802E-20 8.783E-
                    5.394E-21 7.070E-21 5.706E-21 O.OOOE^O 1.89.JE-18 4.934E-

                   9.655E-05 0.111      1.38&E-OG  5.630E-04  O.OOOEvOO  O.OOOE+I
                    2.894E-04 1.286E-03 O.OOOE+00 O.OOOE+00 3.829E-03 1.517E-
                    3.126E-06 1.100E-06 4.720E-07 O.OOOE+00 4.148E-06 4.G60E-

                   1.488E-05 8.885E-02  1.342E-06  5.620E-04  O.OOOE+00  O.OOOE+(
                    6.128E-14 1.212E-03 O.OOOE+00 O.OOOE+00 3.818E-03 1.517E-
                    1.676E-07 2.546E-07 1.703E-07 O.OOOE^O 3.518E-06 1.600E-
                             6.954E-
                              6.446E
                              7.047E
                              2.933E
                              100.
                                100.
                                100.
                                100.
                              99.6
                                100.
                                98.8
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                 14  1.055E-16 2.236E-16  7.897E-14  1.321E-11  O.OOOE+00  O.OOOE+(
                 -13 7.710E-14  1.410E-12  O.OOOE+00 O.OOOEfOO 1.254E-15 5.790E-
                 -13 1.725E-13  6.425E-13  1.209E-12 O.OOOE+00 4.562E-11 1.059E-
                                                                          -09
                     100.
                      100.
                      100.
                                                   99.9
                                                     100.
                                                     100.
                                                                          -04
                     15.4       79.8
                     2.117E-08   94.3
                      S.36       23.1
                                       100.      100.     O.OOOE+00 O.OOOEH(
                                       O.OOOE + 00 O.OOOVJ + 00  100.      100.
                                        100.     O.OOOE+00  100.      100.

                                       96.8      99.8     O.OOOL+00 O.OOOE+(
                                       O.OOOE+00 O.OOOE+00  99.7      100.
                                        36.1     O.OOOE+00  84.8      34.3
 1.952E-07  1.221E-03  1.020E-19 2.789E-16 5.794E-16  5.627E-17  2.571E-15  2.330E-14  3.455E-15 3.930E-]
 7.669E-13  3.699E-04  1.055E-15  1.953E-17 3.641E-04  8.595E-14 6.716E-13 3.859E-15 3.744E-18 2.860E-
 9.530E-15  7.433E-15  1.148E-12  8.835E-15 3.045E-12  2.134E-12 2.142E-12 2.423E-14 8.177E-12 2.025E-
 8.427E-12  5.209E-12  3.846E-12  1.955E-03
 100.       100.       94.8     0.399      84.6       20.1
                                           100.       5.75
                                           94.6       7G.9
                                     3.396E-02   100.
                                       1.03      2.1B4E-03
                                      4.15
             24.7
100.
82.0
99.4
          3.030E-03
           1.24
                                                              3.15
                                                               100.
                                                               63.9
                                                             0.176
                                                               100.
                                                               100.
                                                                                 100.
                                                                                 0.298
                                                                                  15.2
                                                                       100.
                                                                       4.940E-
                                                                        65.7
 O.OOOE+00  O.OOOE+00  5.627E-21  6.954E-14 1.055E-16 2.238E-16 7.897E-14 1.321E-11 O.OOOE+00 O.OOOE+(
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TOTAL OVER ALL PATHWAYS
7. Of TOTAL
                                    9.147E-13 3.404E-10 2.520E-13 7.047E-13 1.725K-13 6.425E-13 1.209E-12 O.OOOE+00 4.562E-11 1.059E-
                                    1.946E-10 1.5B9E-11 2.3G9E-14 2.933E-09                                                    nAAn ,
                                   O.OOOE-iOO O.OOOE+00  5.23      99.6      J5.4      79.9      96.to      99.8     O.OOOHOO O.OOOE+(
                                                                   100.     2.117E-OU  94.3
                                                                   •Jhl.U      5.36      23.1
                                  100.
                                  99.0
                                  95.0
2.024E-14 O.OOOE'tOO
 100.       18.0
 75.3      0.612
                              O.OOOE+00 O.OOOE+00
                               36.1      O.OOOE+00
                                         99.7
                                         84.8
                                         100.
                                         34.3
  1                     DARTAB INFO
                       FATAL CANCER RATE (DEATH/YR)
                       COMB.LET
  OAAASUMMED OVER ALL CANCER
   NUCLIllLS
                                   1.952L-07 1.221E-03 1.076E-19 6.982E-14 6.849E-16 2.801E--16 B.154E-14 1.323E-11 3.455E-15 3.930E-1
                                    2.258E-09 3.699E-04 1.055E-15 6.446E-13 3.641E-04 1.49GE-12 6.716E-13 3.859E-15 1.258E-15 5.790E-
                                    9.243H-13 3.404E-10 1.400E-12 7.136E-13 3.218E-12 2.777E-12 3.351E-12 2.423E-14 5.380E-11 3.084E-
                                    2.030L'-10 2.109E-11 3.870E-12 1.955E-03
                                   9.9Q3E-03  62.5
                                    1.155L-04  10.9     	  	     	
                                    4.727L-00 1.741E-05 7.157E-08 3.649E-08 1.645E-07 1.420E-07 1.714E-07 1.239E-09
                                    1.038E-05 1.079E-06 1.979E-07
         5.502E-15 3.571E-09 3.503E-11 1.432E-11 4.170E-09 6.7G6E-07 1.7G7E-10 2.010E-)
           .395E-11 3.296E-08  10.6     7.648E-08 3.435E-08 1.974H-10 6.432E-11 2.961E-
                                           --" --   -- •- -' -  	 "	16 1.577E-
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   GROUND SURFACE
                                 H-3
                                  NB-94
                                  U-234
                                  AM-243
                                              C-14
                                               TC-99
                                               U-235
                                               CM-243
          CR-51
           RU -106
           NP-237
           CM-244
HN-54
 •JB--125
 U-238
 TOTAL
FE-55
 1-129
 PU--238
CO-50
 CS-134
 PLI-239
NI-59
 CS-135
 PU-240
CO-60
 CS-137
 PU-241
NI--63
 CE-144
 AM-241
SR-90
 EU-15'
 PU-24:
                                 1.89C.E-12  2.411E-08 5.474E-25  1.923E-21  G.523E-21  2.479E-22  2.736E-20  1.622E-19  3.773E-20  8.052E-)
                                  4.555E-18  2.869E-08  1.863E-20  O.OOOE+00 6.023E-07 B.824E-19  5.978E-18 O.OOOE^O O.OOOE^O O.OOOE^
                                  2.307E-19  2.658E-19  1.017E-17  2.303E-19 2.551E-17 3.017E-18  3.243E-18 2.688E-19 3.168E-17 2.868E-
                                  3.437E-17  1.6B7E-17  1.176E-17  6.551E-07
100.
84.3
1.72
16.5
100.
2.398E-02
0.903
1.86
1.561E-25
8.466E-19
1.317E-17
1.730K-16
8.232E-12
15.7
98.3
83.5
8.232E-12
4.457E-03
51.6
9.42
O.OOOE+00
1.451E-21
1.187E-25
4.457E-23
O.OOOE+00
7.G44L-06
9.7G8E-07
2.721E-OG
o.ooomoo
7.G42E-OG
4.G44E-07
2.414E-OG
100.
100.
0.237
14.8
100.
100.
8.443E-03
6.63
2.346E-26
2.198E-21
1.119E-1G
9.722E-17
9.730E-17
7.663E-12
99. G
85.2
9.730E-17
7.663E-12
3.55
38.2
O.OOOE+00
2.683E-29
1.334E-22
8.G55E-23
O.OOOE+00
4.190E-03
4.392E-06
G.1G7E-05
O.OOOE+00
9.350E-20
4.235E-06
3.401E-05
62.0
19.5
13.4
14.5
50.7
19.5
13.1
14.4
3.355E-25
7.711E-20
6.549E-17
G.945E-17
3U.O
80.5
86.6
85.5
36.0
80.5
84.1
85.2
1.057E-26
o.ooofi+oo
7.317E-24
3.909E-26
21.6
O.OOOE+00
3.284E-04
1.310E-05
1.13
O.OOOE+00
9.393E-OG
4.796E-08
76.6
o.ooot+oo
1.92
100.
0.327
O.OOOMOO
1.06
100.
5.883E-22
G.024E-21
1.179E-17
1.451E-15
23.4
100.
9U.L
2.215E-07
0.100
0.110
54.3
2.215E-07
2.417E-23
5.079E-23
7.891E-26
3.34GE-21
4.132E-03
9.320E-04
8.158E-07
1.345E-05
4.115E-03
9.310E-04
3.638E-07
5.107E-13
93.6
100.
12.4
67.3
100.
12.2
4.424E-22
2.60SE-20
1.805E-16
6.35
4.330H-12
87.6
4.56
4.330E-12
06. 6
2.G33E-27
1.538E-24
G.336E-2G
9.655E-05
2.903E-04
2.702E-06
2.717E-05
2.553E-16
3.041E-08
73.1
99.1
1.57
11.2
6.92
1.51
9.102E-23
7.676E-21
1.892E-16
26.9
0.862
98.4
4.09
6.020E-02
94.5
2.092E-24
1.528E-22
6.926E-2G
0.111
1.289E-03
8.59GE-07
9.409E-02
1.199E-03
3.458E-08
91.3 49.4 85.3 79.7
99.9 O.OOOE^O O.OOOE+00 O.OOOE^
L.69 27.8 15.9 1.57
1.32 0.144 85.3 79.7
99.9 O.OOOEHOO O.OOOE+00 O.OOOE<
1.56 27. U 5.48 1.46
2.G20E-21 1.664E-19 G.525E-21 2.048E-
7.431E-21 3.808E-20 4.229E-20 3.023E-
l.OOOE-16 6.934E-19 1.6746-16 1.797E-
8.74 50.6 14.7 20.3
0.124 100. 100. 100.
98.3 72.2 04.1 98.4
0.127 0.14U 14.7 20.3
•0.124 100. 79.7 6.161L
90.6 72. '.2 28.9 91.3
2.820E-26 6.312E-22 0.000£K)0 O.OOOE+(
O.OOOE+00 O.OOOE+00 4.165E-25 7.436E-
6.589E-26 O.OOOE+00 1.518E-23 5.633E-
1.3B2E-06 5.G31E-04 O.OOOE^O O.OOOE + (
O.OOOE+00 O.OOOE + 00 3.873E^-03 1.516E-
4.031E-07 O.OOOE+00 4.003E-06 3.943E-
1.362E-06 5.614E-04 O.OOOE+00 O.OOOE+C
O.OOOE+00 O.OOOE+00 7.852E-04 1.516E-
3.1G2E-08 O.OOOE+00 2.G25E-06 2.862E-
                                 O.OOOE+00  O.OOOE<00  3.838E-26 5.850E-19 2.727E-21  1.882E-21  2.040E-18 1.121E-16 O.OOOE+00 O.OOOE+(
                                  1.099E-14 6.402E-25 O.OOOE+00 5.449E-18 5.297E-19 1.186E-17 O.OOOE+00 O.OOOE+00 1.075E-20 4.903E-

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      OF   EXTERNAL
    X OF ALL PATHWAYS
    INTERNAL
    I OF ALL PATHWAYS
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    TOTAL OVER ALL PATHWAYS
    '/. OF TOTAL
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    NUCLIDES
     INGES11UN
     X  OF   INTERNAL
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1.215E-17 3.036E-15
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2.228E-18
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0.366
9.673E-1G
2.487E-14
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99.6
99.9
44.6
3.796E-06
2.345E-18
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8.0561
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1.896E-12 2.411E-OQ Q.828E-25 2.511E-21 6.965E-21 3.389E-22 2.998E-20 3.286E-19 4.426E-20 1.010E-]
 5.401E-18 2.869E-08 9.574E-20 6.024E-21 6.023E-07 8.901E-19 5.985E-18 3.808E-20 4.229E-20 3.023E-
 1.340E-17 1.121E-16 7.567E-17 1.202E-17 2.060E-16 1.922E-16 1.920E-16 9.672E-19 1.991E-16 1.825E-
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 - -  --   -                     o.llO      100.      6.-3U      100.      100.      79.7     6.161E-
                                55.4      98.9      96.0      92.2      100.      34.4      92.7
                                     2.844E-02
                                      52.5
                                      11.3
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            3.56
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O.OOOK'+OO O.OOOE+00  5.25      99.6      28.1      84.8
  100.     2.231E-15 O.OOOE+00  99.9     8.795E-11  93.0
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2.894E-04 3.68 1.422E-1G 8.968E-11 1.480E-12
2.099E-06 4.38 1 .462E-11 8.328E-10 91.9
3.900E-09 4.807E-07 1.1B9E-08 3.312E-09 3.181E-08
2.010t-07 3.884E-OB 1.244E-08

GENETIC EFFECKEFFECTS/YR)

H-3 C-14 CR-51 MN-54 FE-55
NB-94 TC-99 RU-106 SB-125 1-129
U-234 U-2J5 NP-237 U-238 PU-230
AM-243 CM-243 CM -244 TOTAL
7.173E-13 4.4Q7H-09 3.615E-25 9.901E-22 2.072E-21
2.011E-18 1.359E-09 3.764E-21 O.OOOE+00 1.338E-09
9.689E-21 2.197E-20 1.643E-18 9.601E-21 4.376E-18
5.531E-18 3.171E-18 2.337E-18 7.185E-09
100. 100. 96.5 96.6 97.3
99.8 100. 97.1 O.OOOEi-00 100.
27.7 80.4 39.0 29.6 39.1
17.9 16.6 16.5 100.
100. 100. 91.5 0.3U6 D2.3
3.300E-02 100. 97.1 O.OOOEHOO 100.
0.285 1.75GE-03 31.9 0.366 :J7.0
0.741 4.09 1G.4 100.
3.394E-13 3.1GOE-10 1.716E-08 G.756£-12 1.542E-1
1.946E-09 9.137E-10 5.813E-12 8.097E-12 7.490E-
3.058E-08 3.181E-08 1.476E-10 8.828E-08 3.005E-




CO-58 Nl-59 CO-60 Nl-63 SK-90
CS-134 CS-135 CS-137 CE-144 EU-15'
PU-239 PU-240 PU-241 AM- 241 PU • 24i

2.048E-22 9.247E-21 8.378E-20 1.221E-20 1.027E-I
3.132E-19 2.465E-18 O.OOOEvOO O.OOOE+00 O.OOOE-
4.769E-19 5.137E-19 3.157E-20 5.108E-18 4.527L-

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99.2 99.9 O.OOOEi-00 O.OOOE + 00 O.OOOE^
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5.70 99.9 O.OOOE-iOO O.OOOE+00 O.OOOE^
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  6.559E-21 6.110E-24 1.132E-22 7.176E-23 5.709E-23  2.672E-21  2.924E-21  1.41BE-20 1.376E-23 1.051E-
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  2.533H-20  5.346E-21  2.
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  0.233     4.49GE-13  2.92
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                                          4.267E-12 0.846      0.118       100.       100.       100.

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X OF TOTAL
                                  72.3       19.6
                                  82.1       D3.4
                                G.557E--12  1.011E-16
                                 7.903E-05 4.496E-13
                                 0.746      4.274E-04
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                                 1.9G7K-23
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                                 7.64(iF::-06
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                                 2.750E-06
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                                 7.646E-06
                                 1.319E-06
                                 2.636E-06

                                O.OOOtMOO
                                 8.296E-15
                                 3.361E-1B
                                 7.151E-16
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                                  100.
                                  100.
                                O.OOOL-iOO
                                  100.
                                  99.0
                                  95.0
                                O.OOOE+00
                                 1.153E-29
                                 5.519E-23
                                 3.G21E-23
                                O.OOOE+00
                                 4.190E-03
                                 4.413E-06
                                 G.204E-05
                                O.OOOEnOO
                                 8.483E-19
                                 4.412E-06
                                 4.672E-05
  61.0
  83.5
 3.31
  2.92
  50.0
  03.0

4.467E-27
 O.OOOE+00
 3.145E-24
 1.244E-26
 21.6
 O.OOOE+00
 3.396E-04
 1.430E-05
 1.13
 O.OOOE+00
 6.115E-05
 0.751E--08
                                                     70.4
                                                     1.521E-OG
                                                    1.340E-02
            60.9
               93.9
           93.5
           64.5
           2.27     0.191      6.717E-02 3.754E-03
 3.030E-03 4.267E-12 4.862E-02 0.118      100.
 0.872      57.6      72.2      59.8      64.5
 1.521E-06
 U2.7

3.80
0.298
 12.6
 93.9

28.9
4.940E-
 61.7
1.056E-23 3.
 2.207E-23 8
 2.872E-26 1
 1.453E-21
4.132E-03 9.
 9.320E-04 2
 1.109E-06 3
 1.348E-05
4.11GE-03 1.
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     .199E-25 6.661E-23 O.OOOE+00 O.OOOE+00 1.765E-25 3.227E-
     .982E-2G 2.S98E-26 2.097E-26 O.OOOE+00 G.955E-24 L.013E-

     655E-05 0.111      1.386E-06 5.G30E-04 O.OOOE+00 O.OOOE+(
     .894E-04 1.286E-03 O.OOOE+00 O.OOOE+00 3.829E-03 1.517E-
     .126E-OG 1.100E-OG 4.720E-07 O.OOOEnOO 4.148E-06 4.660E-

     488E-05 8.885E-02 1.342E-OG 5.620E-04 O.OOOE+00 O.OOOE+(
     .128E-14 1.212E-03 O.OOOEK>0 O.OOOEK>0 J.81UG-OJ 1.517E-
     .676E-07 2.54GE-07 1.703E-07 O.OOOE+00 3.518E-06 1.600E-
                                O.OOOE+00  1
                                 2.7S1E-25
                                 1.251E-15
                                 5.837E-17
                                O.OOOE+00
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                                  100.
                                  100.
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                                 2.024E-14
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                                  75.3
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 9.259E-19
 8.704E-20
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  100.
  98.8
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19 3.878E-22 8.215E-22 2.902E-19 4.853E-17 O.OOOE+00 O.OOOE+(
-18 2.833E-19 5.180E-18 O.OOOE+00 O.OOOE+00 4.608E-21 2.127E-
-18 6.340E-19 2.3G1E-18 4.442E-10 O.OOOE+00 1.676E-16 3.391E-
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     100.
     100.
99.9
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    2.117E-08  94.3
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O.OOOE+00 O.OOOE+00  99.7      100.
 36.1     O.OOOE-iOO  84.8      34.3
                                7.173E-13 4.487E-09 3.746E-25 1.025E-21 2.129E-21 2.068E-22 9.448E-21 8.561E-20 1.269E-20 1.444E-:
                                 2.818E-18 1.359E-09 3.877E-21 7.176E-23 1.338E-09 3.158E-19 2.468E-18 1.418E-20 1.376E-23 1.051E-
                                 3.502E-20 2.731E-20 4.217E-18 3.247E-20 1.119E-17 7.842E-18 7.872E-18 8.902E-20 3.005E-17 7.442E-
                                 3.097E-17 1.914E-17 1.413E-17 7.185E-09
                                 100.      100.      94.8     0.399      84.6      20.1      3.15     0.176      100.      100.
                                                               3.030E-03  100.      5.75      100.      100.     0.2'JB     4.9401!-
                                                                1.24      94.6      7 6.-3      63.9      100.      15.2      65.7
                       3.396E-02  100.
                        1.03     2.134E-03
                        4.15      24.7
  100.
  02.0
  99.4
                                O.OOOE+00 O.OOOE+00 2.068E-2G 2.555E-19 3.878E-22 8.224E-22 2.902E-19 4.853E-17 O.OOOE+00 O.OOOE+(
                                 8.296K-15 2.752E-25 O.OOOE+00 2.369E-18 2.033E-19 5.180E-18 O.OOOE+00 O.OOOE+00 4.608E-21 2.127E-
                                 3.361t:-18 1.251E-15 9.259E-19 2.590E-18 6.340E-19 2.361E-18 4.442E-18 O.OOOE+00 1.676E-16 3.891E-
                                 7.151E-16 5.837E-17 8.704E-20 1.078E-14
                                O.OOOtMOO O.OOOE+00  5.23      99.6      15.4
                                  100.     2.024E-14 0.0001M-00  100.     2.117E-OU
                                  99.0      100.      18.0      98.8      5.36
                                  95.3      75.3     0.612
                                                                         79.9
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NUCLIDE
                      7.173E-13 4.487E-09 3.953E-25 2.566E-19 2.517E-21 1.029E-21 2.996E-19 4.861E-17 1.269E-20 1.444E-I
                       8.299E-15 1.359E-09 3.877E-21 2.369E-18 1.338E-09 5.495E-18 2.468E-18 1.418E-20 4.G22E-21 2.128E-
                       3.396E-1B 1.251E-15 5.143E-18 2.G22E-18 1.182E-17 1.020E-17 1.231E-17 8.902E-20 1.977E-16 1.133E-
                       7.4G1E-16 7.751E-17 1.422E-17 7.185E-09                                             *
                      9.983E-03  62.5     5.502E-15 3.571E-09 3.503E-11 1.432E-11 4.170E-09 6.766E-07 1.767E-10 2.010E-]
                       1.155E-04  18,9     5.395E-11 3.296E-08  18.6     7.648E-08 3.435E-08 1.974E-10 6.432E-11 2.961E-
                       4.727E-08 1.741E-05 7.157E-08 3.G49E-08 1.G45E-07 1.420E-07 1.714E-07 1.239E-09 2.751E-06 1.577E-
                       1.038E-05 1.079E-06 1.979E-07
                      RE3IHUAL RADIOACTIVITY RELEASED OUTSIDE THE BASIN
                                WITH THE STREAM WATER

  HKST      SECOND     THIRD      FOURTH     FIFTH     SIXTH      SEVENTH    EIGHTH     NINTH      TENTH
MILLENNIUM MILLENNIUM MILLENNIUM MILLENNIUM MILLENNIUM MILLENNIUM MILLENNIUM MILLENNIUM MILLENNIUM MILLENNIUM

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H-3
C-14
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RU-106
SB-125
1-129
CS-134
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CS-137
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EU-154
U-234
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0.9G05E+00 0.9266E-03 0.2564E-07
0.b794E-07 O.OOOOE+00 O.OOOOE+00
0.9496E-05 O.OOOOE+00 O.OOOOE+00
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0.3328E-02 0.7872E-19 0.1864E-35
0.104GE-02 0.2513E-26 0.3427E-50
0.4143E-02 0.6638E-08 0.10G4E-13
0.5245E+00 0.4653E+00 0.6000E-02
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0.5G07E-03 0.4815E-15 0.4137E-27
0.1124E-Ob O.OOOOE+00 O.OOOOE+00
0.7334E-04 0.3543E-23 0.1714E-42
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0.4144E-02 0.8105E-05  0.1505E-07
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0.3060E-02  0.7974E-03  0.2078E-03
0.2257E-03  0.1932E-03  0.1654t-03
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O.OOOOE+00 O.OOOOE+00
0.2124E-01 0.1825E-01
O.OOOOE+00 O.OOOOE+00
0.1376E-18 0.6431E-22
0.2185E-55 0.588GE-66
0.2262E-01 0.205GE-01
0.10GOE-18 0.8888E-30
O.OOOOE+00 O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00 O.OOOOE+00
0.5119E-04 0.1234E-06
O.OOOOE+00 O.OOOOE+00
0.3023E-01 0.29GOE-01
0.7296E-53 0.6639E-63
O.OOOOE+00 O.OOOOE+00
O.OOOOE+00 O.OOOOE+00
0.2928E-01 0.2838E-01
0.2974E-01 0.2891E-01
0.235GE+00 0.1G50E+00
0.2974E-01 0.2891E-01
0.2596E-19 0.1005E-22
0.2572E-01 0.25G5E-01
0.1G80E-01 0.1551E-01
O.OOOOE+00 O.OOOOE+00
0.1137E-05 0.3446E-OG
0.2981E-01 0.3053E-01
0.2610E-02 0.3217E-02
0.8354E-50 0.3279E-59
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       ATMOSPHERE

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        0.6591E-07
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0.1544E-01 0.
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0.2963E-25 0,
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0.185GE-01 0.
0.6109E-42 0,
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0.1667E-09 0,
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0.2892E-01 0,
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0.2744E-01 0
0.2803E-01 0
0.1G26E+00 0,
0.2803E-01 0,
0.3750E-2G 0,
0.2497E-01 0
0.1398E-01 0
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0.3054E-01 0
0.3649E-02 0
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1282E-01
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1341E-28
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1662E-01
1996E-55
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1113E-12
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2817E-01
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5509E-02
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0.1039E-01
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0.5939E-32
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0.1473E-01
0.1470E-70
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0.3113E-16
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0.2735E-01
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0.2533E-01
0.2G03E-01
0.1395E-03
0.2603E-01
0.5102E-33
0.2330E-01
0.1117E-01
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O.G388E-08
0.3007E-01
0.4115E-02
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0.1034E-I-00
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                               0.2595E-04
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                               0.2210E-03
                               0.1084E-04
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                                    HEALTH  EFFECTG  RESULTING  FROM  RESIDUAL
                                    RADIOACTIVITY RELEASED  IN  1000  YEARS
DO
I
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H-3
C-14
CR-51
MN-54
FE-i5
CO-53
NI-59
CO-GO
NI-63
SR-90
NB-94
TC--99
RU-106
SB-12b
1-120
CS-134
CS-13&
CS-137
CE-144
EU-154
U-234
U-235
NP-23'/
U-238
PU-230
PU-239
PU-240
PU-241
AM-241
PU-242
AM-243
CH-243
CM-244
RESIDUAL
ACTIVITY
2.4601E-03
9.G049E-01
5.7943E-00
9.4963E-OG
2.4504B-06
1.3099E-0&
4.1&GOE-03
5.G022E-04
3.3280E-03
1.84&6E-03
4.1431E-03
5.2446E-01
9.0382E-06
2.3476E-04
4.0810E-02
8.5406E-06
4.112bE-03
5.6075E-04
1.1240E-06
7.3340E-05
4.1419E-03
4.1439E-03
4.1996E-03
4.1439E-03
5.9rJ67E-04
3.0277E-03
2.9386E-03
6.4080t-05
1.2274E-04
3.0596E-03
2.2566E-04
2.0718E-04
1.0014E-04
CONVERSION
FACTOR
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                                    HEALTH EFFECTS RESULTING FROM RESIDUAL
                                    RADIOACTIVITY RELEASED IN 10000 YEARS
                                  NUCLIDE
                                  H-3
                                  C-14
                                  CR-51
                                  MN-i.4
                                  EE-55
 RESIDUAL
 ACTIVITY

2.4601E-03
9.6141E-01
5.7943E-08
9.4'J63fc-OG
2.4504E-06
CONVERSION
  FACTOR

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                                                  HEALTH
                                                  EFFECTS

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CO-bS
NI-59
CO-GO
NI-G3
SR-90
NB-94
TC-99
RU-10G
SB-125
1-129
CS-134
CS-135
CS-137
CE-144
EU-154
U-234
U-235
NP-237
U-238
PU-238
PU-239
PU-240
PU-241
AM-241
PU-242
AM-243
CM-243
CM-244
1.3099E-OG
1.3158E-01
5.G022E-04
3.3280E-03
1.8456E-03
1.4503E-01
9.9589E-01
9.0382E-OG
2.3476E-04
9.9895E-01
8.b40GE-06
2.0178E-01
5.6075E-04
1.1240E-OG
7.3340E-05
1.9498E-01
1.9853E-01
9.97G8E-01
1.9853E-01
5.9973E-04
1.G263E-01
9.8909E-02
6.4080E-05
1.6259E-04
1.9440E-01
2.0G11E-02
2.0718E-04
1.0014E-04
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COLUMN
TABLE FOR ACCOUNTING MODEL — YEAR 1000
l: INDIVIDUAL CANCER RISK (UNITLESS)
2: BRCULATION DOSE (PERSON-REM/YEAR)
3: COLLLCTIVE CANCER RISK (DEATHS/YEAR)
4: GENETIC RISK (EFFECTS/YEAR)
5: R-ACTIVIIY PUMPED OUT THE WELL 1ST 1000 YEARS (CD
6: R-ACTIVITY PUMPED OUT THE STREAM 1ST 1000 YEARS (CD
7: R-ACTIVITY RELEASED TO ATMOSPHERE 1ST 1000 YEARS (CD
8: R-ACTIVITY RELEASED DOWNSTREAM 1ST 1000 YEARS (CD
9: R-ACTIVITY RELEASED DOWNSTREAM LAST 9000 YEARS (CD
COLUMN 10: R-ACIIVITY IN TRENCH
H-3
C-14
CR-51
MN-54
FE-55
CO-50
NI-59
CO-GO
NI-G3
SR-90
NB-94
TC-99
RU-10G
SB-125
1-129
CS-134
CS-135
CS-137
CE-144
EU-154
U-234
5.3GG3E-12
G.8240E-08
2.6372E-24
1 .6C2!JL- 13
2.7432E-20
6.2927E-21
5.0589L-18
3.1322E-1G
1 "' !b "' b E - 1 1
2i8587E-18
5.3753E-14
8.1199E-08
2.7097E-19
1.5439E-17
1.7046E-OG
3.6088E-17
1.6rJ40E-17
1.0777E-19
1.5012E-19
1.3887E-15
7.2312E-17
6.758GE-09
8.5945E-05
3.3214E-21
2.0942E-15
3.4549E-17
7.9253E-18
7.3791E-15
4.0079E-13
1.5775E-16
3.G004E-15
G.7G99E-11
1.0227E-04
3.4127E-1G
1.9445E-14
2.14G8E-03
4.5451E-14
2.1335E-14
1.3574E-1G
1.8907E-1G
1.7489E-12
1.37G6E-13
AFTER 10000 YEARS ASSUMING PERFECT CONTAINMENT (CD
1.
9
9!
5.
9.
2.
2.
1.
4.
1.
1.
9
9.'
5.
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1.
5.
3.
5.
4.
2.
39G1E-12
4111E-OQ
3176E-25
8749E-19
G923E-21
2234E-21
0701E-13
1244E-16
4255E-20
0100E-18
8992E-14
8G90E-08
5739E-20
4551E-18
022GE-07
2751E-17
9053E-18
8079E-20
3041E-20
90G4E-1G
5550E-17
7.1733E-13
4.4872E-09
3.9532E-25
2.5655E-19
2.51G8E-21
1.0292E-21
2.99G4E-19
4.8G14E-17
1.2694E-20
1.4442E-20
8.2990E-15
1.3592E-09
3.8767E-21
2.3G86E-18
1.3381E-09
5.4954E-18
2.4G79E-18
1.4181E-20
4.6217E-21
2.127GE-1G
3.3962E-18
1.G686E-OG
1.18G8E-03
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1.1355E-03
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5.3212E-04
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1.6384E-04
1.2784E-04
1.7183E-04
1.083GE-05
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2.3321E-05
4.9001E-05
1.854GE-05
1.7707E-04
1.3537E-04
4.7999E-OG
1.1102E-04
1.7559E-04
2.4G01E-03
9.6049E-01
5.7943E-OQ
9.49G3E-OG
2.4504E-OG
1.3099E-06
4.1560E-03
5.G022E-04
3.3280E-03
1.845GE-03
4.1431E-03
5.244GE-01
9.0382E-OG
2.347GE-04
4.0810E-02
0.540GE-OG
4.1125E-03
5.6075E-04
1.1240E-OG
7.3340E-05
4.1419E-03
3.411GE-27
9.2G66E-04
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1.2742E-01
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2.5130E-27
1.4089E-01
4.7142E-01
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9.0787E-01
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1.9G46E-33
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9.5834E-OI
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2.2047E-16
G.1397E-17
5.89G9E-1G
5.GG88E-1G
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5.5708E-1&
5.225Jt-lb
7.2015E-16
2.30G8E-1G
1.8540E-OG
1.1223L-11
2.7767E-13
1.1890E-13
7.42G9E-13
7.139GE-13
7.4279E-13
3.447GE-15
2.0613E-12
7.0162E-13
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9.0700E-13
2.9053E-13
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1.250SE-15
5.1427E-18
2.6221E-10
1.1823E-17
1.0203E-17
1.2314E-17
8.9020E-20
1.9770E-1G
1.1333E-17
7.4610E-1G
7.7511E-17
1.4220E-17
7.1B52E-09

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1.8455E-04
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4.1439E-03
4.1996E-03
4.1439E-03
5.9967E-04
3.0277E-03
2.938GE-03
6.4080E-05
1.2274E-04
3.059GE-03
2.256GE-04
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5.8051E-08
1.59GOE-01
9.5971E-02
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1.9134E-01
2.0385E-02
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