EPA sites?
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Author:  KingCobra [ Mon Nov 21, 2016 9:57 am ]
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hey wrote:
Netc fixed that problem a year ago. It is the EPA not sending Radnet data. Blame the government again.

Thanks Harlan. I played voicemail tag with you last night. The business I was in last night didn't have a cell signal in the building. I had to walk outside to get a signal each time.

Author:  Bert490 [ Tue Nov 22, 2016 12:33 pm ]
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I suppose it was a statuatory holiday? The NRC page also skipped reporting Nov 17.

Author:  Bert490 [ Thu Jun 01, 2017 8:52 pm ]
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The EPA sites reappeared earlier this week after being absent on Netc over last weekend (they stopped posting to Radnet too). All the missing data looks restored once they resumed. Today, alas, they are gone again. This time, though, Radnet seems current. Would this point to a Netc issue?

Author:  Bert490 [ Sat Jun 03, 2017 10:00 am ]
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Radnet is posting data but it's not showing up on Netc. I think the issue is with Netc.

Author:  devilstar [ Sat Feb 20, 2021 7:44 pm ]
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I know that the Beta has been the point where you can not even get that data anymore.
Some of you can remember that on some locations, the Beta was spitting out zeros. These zeros happened, NOT because the data wasn't available (to the general public), but because that data was hidden in a different way, which I will explain. What they did, was they set the zero scale lower than where it should have been. There system is set up so that any negative readings will be logged as zero, so if you set that lower scale to say -100, any value from 0 to 100 will spit out a zero. A value recorded at the monitor at 150, would end up at 50. Most of these locations had there Beta seriously set down low enough where there would be nothing but zeros...maybe as low as -1000 or more. This happened during the plume events of Fukushima on many sites.

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