Just a few more details prior to Registration. It is time to start putting your Presentation slides together.
- Meeting Location – Savannah, Georgia - at the Westin Savannah
- Call for Papers – If you wish to present a paper at the upcoming conference, please submit your abstract to Clay Madden (See "About NUMUG" for contact information).
- Date abstracts are due - May 1
- Date to receive completed papers/presentations - June 15
- June 22, 2014 Sunday
- ANSI Meetings
- Welcoming Dinner at The Shrimp Factory (a free ferry will take us there)
- June 23, 2014 Monday
- Social Event - Riverboat Dinner Cruise - (a free ferry at the Westin dock takes us there)
- June 24, 2014 Tuesday
- Closing Business Meeting
- Registration: We should have the Registration cost by March 3rd. We will then 'unhide' the registration pages on this website.
- Differences between dispersion and deposition computer codes.
- Wet deposition calculations.
- Significance of using real-time vs 5-yr average dispersion values for monthly, quarterly, or annual offsite dose.
- Radon and progeny levels vs met conditions.
- Importance of documenting dispersivity not modeled in codes (like fog, smoke, snow, rain, etc).
- Comparing stability class differences using delta t vs sigma theta, vs solar irradiance, etc.
- Comparing Bruce Turner's equations with XOQDOQ equations.
- Calibration frequency of met tower instruments and rain gauges - what experience is showing
- The relative value of a rain gauge.
- Routine and accident plume modeling; methods, software, and resources
- Pros and Cons of instrument types
- Available data analysis software
- The Need for Meteorological Monitoring Programs for Nuclear Power Plants
- Calibration Procedures/methods
- Meteorological Data Requirements to Meet the Needs of Emergency Management Programs
- Sonic Anemometry
- Software Quality Assurance (SQA) of Meteorological Data
- Available data delivery systems
- Data sharing
- Solar azimuths, Clouds, and Photosynthesis – when is C-14 being taken up in plants.
- Methods to spot bad data?
- Upcoming new or revised regulations and standards
- Problems with current regulations
- A traveling NUMUG assessment team?