NBC - Nuclear, Biological, Chemical

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As floods increase in frequency and intensity, chemicals buried in river sediments become “ticking time bombs” waiting to activate.

This report explains that disaster events are only the tip of the iceberg, by highlighting how these events are interconnected with each other, with other larger processes, as well as with our action or inaction. They can lead to future disasters or will

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This publication provides practical guidance on and a stepwise approach to the development, justification and optimization of a protection strategy for a nuclear or radiological emergency.
A team of geologists and nursing researchers created an interactive radon hazard map for Kentucky residents.

This manual provides a practical, pragmatic guide for public health and allied professionals for the investigation of clusters and outbreaks in which a noncommunicable cause (in particular a chemical substance) is considered a distinct possibility. It

Documents suggest that in more than 80 U.S. locations, the failure of an aging dam could flood a major toxic waste site.
Hurricanes and tropical storms crossed over 800 toxic “Superfund” waste sites last year.

This report looks at the unprecedented threat of worsening hurricanes to the containment of toxic waste at Superfund sites, with a particular focus on the threats posed by the 2020 Atlantic hurricane season. Out of an already record-breaking 30 total

Many of the temporary storage sites for soil and waste contaminated by radiation are located in areas vulnerable to disasters.