And because the court determined that the landfill and settling ponds constituted "point sources
" as defined by the Act, it found Dominion liable under the Act.
Badawi et al., "New numerical simulation metho d to calibrate the regular hexagonal NaI(Tl) detector with radioactive point sources
situated non-axial," Review of Scientific Instruments, vol.
5: Propagation maps of point source
across the changed slab for TE mode point source
(a) the modified first row (b) the modified second row (c) the modified third row (d) the modified fourth row (e) the modified fifth row (f) the modified sixth row (7) the modified seventh row modified row is optimal when the position of the modified row is at the bottom layer.
pollutant from a point source
," the Act also defines all of the
Once point source
pollution by heavy metals and PAH was assessed, a final step was carried out in order to identify possible environmental risk.
According to the above-mentioned calibration method, the photopeak efficiency curves for the used 40% p-type HPGe gamma spectrometry system are shown in Figure 2 for the point source
geometry, in Figure 3 for the Marinelli beaker geometry, and in Figure 4 for the cylindrical container geometry.
The first type is called radiant point sources
and they are located at first layer.
"silvicultural point source
" does not include "non-point
One is that water quality goals have been pursued through increasingly stringent and costly point source
controls rather than through lower-cost nonpoint source controls.
The point source
solution is given by Ingersoll et al.
Each radionuclide source was modeled as a point source
in air emitting photons with the appropriate energies and relative emission probabilities.
Consequently, we assume that the locations of the point sources
[[theta].sub.j] are not known but an initial guess location [[bar.[theta]].sub.j] is given for each unknown point source