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Radiation in the Environment
October 5 @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Marco Kaltofen, PhD, PE (Civil, MA), C. NSE, has spent much of his professional life tracking radiation from its various sources to communities around the world. In this presentation, he will discuss common – but unexpected sources – of radiation in our community. With the help of a Geiger counter (available through the Library of Things), Kaltofen will demonstrate how this radiation can be measured, understood, and mitigated where possible. He will also share stories of past experiences in radiation hot zones around the world.
Oct. 5, 7-8:30pm, Wellesley Free Library, main branch, 530 Washington St. and online. Registration required.