Ensemble calculations for the atmospheric dispersion of radionuclides. The Fukushima case study: ensemble results and indicators to assess the quality of ensembles

Irène Korsakissok*, Raphaël Périllat, Spyros Andronopoulos, Poul Astrup, Peter Bedwell, Erik Berge, Arnaud Quérel, Heiko Klein, Susan Leadbetter, Olivier Saunier, Andrey Sogachev, Jasper Tomas, Magnus Ulimoen

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Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationGuidelines for the use of ensemble calculations in an operational context, indicators to assess the quality of uncertainty modelling and ensemble calculations, and tools for ensemble calculation in emergency response
Number of pages37
PublisherEuropean joint programme for the integration of radiation protection research
Publication date2019
Pages67-103
Article numberD9.5.3
Publication statusPublished - 2019

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Korsakissok, I., Périllat, R., Andronopoulos, S., Astrup, P., Bedwell, P., Berge, E., Quérel, A., Klein, H., Leadbetter, S., Saunier, O., Sogachev, A., Tomas, J., & Ulimoen, M. (2019). Ensemble calculations for the atmospheric dispersion of radionuclides. The Fukushima case study: ensemble results and indicators to assess the quality of ensembles. In Guidelines for the use of ensemble calculations in an operational context, indicators to assess the quality of uncertainty modelling and ensemble calculations, and tools for ensemble calculation in emergency response (pp. 67-103). [D9.5.3] European joint programme for the integration of radiation protection research.