The NRC Knew Possibility of Elevated Thyroid Dose in Midway Island and Alaska By March 22nd – Worked to keep it away from FOIA

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From: Rogge, John
Sent: Tuesday, March 22, 2011 7:58 PM
To: Jackson, Donald; Doerflein, Lawrence
Cc: Schneider, Max Subject:
RE: Tues 0730 – Commissioners Assistants Briefing on Japanese Events

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No they are not to be forwarded. They are full of speculation from many sources and are not to be quoted.

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From: Jackson, Donald
Sent: Tuesday, March 22, 2011 7:18 PM
To: Doerflein, Lawrence; Rogge, John
Cc: Schneider, Max
Subject: FW: Tues 0730 – Commissioners Assistants Briefing on Japanese Events

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I was only forwarding these to BC’s and verbally briefing staff.. .Since this was OUO and meant for CAs…..to keep it away from FOIA …. I was keeping some control over these. John.. .can you check and see if we can distribute these more widely????

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VR DON J

From: Schneider, Max
Sent: Tuesday, March 22, 2011 3:10 PM
To: Jackson, Donald
Subject: FW: Tues 0730 – Commissioners Assistants Briefing on Japanese Events

Can the resident staff get these?

From: Mangan, Kevin
Sent: Tuesday, March 22, 2011 2:44 PM
To: Schneider, Max
Subject: FW: Tues 0730 – Commissioners Assistants Briefing on Japanese Events

From: Doerflein, Lawrence
Sent: Tuesday, March 22, 2011 12:36 PM
To: Mangan, Kevin; Balazik, Michael; Orr, Michael; Schoppy, Joseph; Pindale, Stephen; Burket, Elise; Williams, Christopher; Brand, Javier; Arner, Frank Subject: FW: Tues 0730 – Commissioners Assistants Briefing on Japanese Events FYI

From: Rogge, John
Sent: Tuesday, March 22, 2011 7:49 AM
To: Baker, Pamela; Clifford, James; Collins, Daniel; Dean, Bill; Hinson, Felicia; Lew, David; Lorson, Raymond; McKinley, Raymond; McNamara, Nancy; Miller, Chris; Roberts, Darrell; Screnci, Diane; Sheehan, Neil; Tifft, Doug; Walker, Tracy; Weerakkody, Sunil; Wilson, Peter; Bellamy, Ronald; Burritt, Arthur; Dentel, Glenn; Gray, Mel; Jackson, Donald; Krohn, Paul; Powell, Raymond; Cahill, Christopher; Conte, Richard; Cook, William; Doerflein, Lawrence; Hansell, Samuel; Rogge, John; Schmidt, Wayne; Trapp, James
Subject: Tues 0730 – Commissioners Assistants Briefing on Japanese Events

The following is a synopsis of the briefing with changes or noteworthy items: More at 2000 Tuesday from the RDO…. Mr. John Roqge….

Status of Fukushima Daiichi Units: Unit 1- No Significant Change Unit 2- Smoke continues to be seen Unit 3- Smoke continues to be seen Unit 4- No Significant Change Units 5 & 6 No Significant Change Common Spent Fuel Pool – No Significant Change General Items of Interest

The Institute of Nuclear Power Operations (INPO) is sending staff to Japan to prioritize requests and organize the US industry response.

The PMT has no new data that would change the current protective action recommendations of evacuation to 50 miles. Additionally, the PMT has begun reviewing criteria for relaxing protective recommendations for future re-entry.

Department of Energy Aerial Monitoring operations were conducted on March 17-21, 2011; no sorties have been flown in the last two days due to inclement weather.

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The Bounding Plausible Analysis, which needs’ peer review, would indicate elevated child thyroid dose to those in Midway Island and Alaska,

This assumes 1 core and 2 SFPs released. (25% U2 Core, 50% U3 SFP, 100% U4 SFP)

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2 Comments

  1. Have you confirmation of the fact that more than 800 TONS of spent fuel are “gone with the wind”? 100% SFP + 50% SFP –> more than 800 tons. Thanks.

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