Robert Del Tredici - At Work in the Fields of the Bomb
88. Carl Siebentritt
Federal Emergency Management Agency, Washington, D.C., October 22, 1982. Siebentritt coordinated the development of a small, durable, inexpensive radiation meter for civilian use in the event of nuclear war. It can read up to 200 roentgens per hour.
"These are the ranges you'll need to be monitoring when you've got real serious radiation insults happening. You're talking about life-threatening doses as a result of nuclear attack. That is the name of the game."
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