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Understanding the radioactivity at Fukushima – University of California, Santa Barbara Prof. Ben Monreal

March 19, 2011

Benjamin Monreal, from UC Santa Barbara was a recipient of the Early Career Research Program Award and $904,000 from the Office of Nuclear Physics at the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE).  Monreal earned his PhD from MIT in Experimental Partical Physics in 2004.  Here is a list of some of his papers.

He presented a very good lecture on the radiation at Fukushima.  Here is the last slide…


Here is a simple pdf  list of slides .

Or pick a video fomat to hear the 82 minute lecture, see the slides and hear the question and answer session.  

Understanding the radioactivity at Fukushima – Flash video high bandwidth
Understanding the radioactivity at Fukushima – Flash video low bandwidth
Understanding the radioactivity at Fukushima – Quicktime high bandwidth
Understanding the radioactivity at Fukushima – Quicktime low bandwidth
Understanding the radioactivity at Fukushima – Realmedia

4 comments

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  2. […] Update 3/19/11 Here is a relevant update from UC Santa Barabara’s Ben Monreal in pdf or various video […]


  3. Yeah right, everything is fine, just duck and cover…



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