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					Bensi, Michelle                .\     -.                     .
From:                   Bensi, Michelle
Sent:                   Tuesday, March 29, 2011 5:33 PM
To:                     Kammerer, Annie
Subject:                updated SONGS doc
Attachments:            SONGS QAs_3-29-1 1_MBedit.docx


I have attached the SONGS document with your suggested changes made to it. I have not done a final edit on
it. I need to head home and I wanted to get this document to you before I leave today. If you don't have a
chance to read through it one more time, let me know and I will do a final edit first thing in the morning.
However, please note that there are two comments that it would be best if you addressed before the document
goes out.
Thanks.
Oh... and get well!
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              What does the Japanese Earthquake Mean to San Onofre?
1) Could an earthquake and tsunami the size of the one in Japan happen at San Onofre?
The March 2011 Tohoku earthquake occurred on a subduction zone, which is the type of tectonic region
that produces earthquakes of the largest magnitude. A subduction zone is a tectonic plate boundary
where one tectonic plate is pushed under another plate. Severe tsunamis like the one experienced in
Japan are only produced by earthquakes occurring at this type of plate boundary. The only subduction
zone affecting the continental US is the Cascadia subduction zone, which lies off the coasts of Oregon,
Washington, and the northernmost portion of California. Consequently, an earthquake and tsunami as
large as the one experienced in Japan could only happen in that coastal region of the continental US.
Earthquakes occurring outside of the Cascadia subduction zone are not expected to exceed a magnitude
of approximately 8.25. Earthquakes of this magnitude would only occur on the largest fault lines, such
as the San Andreas fault, which is 50 miles away from San Onofre. Furthermore, the San Andreas is an
onshore fault and thus not capable of producing a tsunami.                                                   i
2) What magnitude earthquake are currently operating US nuclear plants such as San
   Onofre designed to?
Structures, systems and components respond to the specific ground motion experienced during an               it
earthquake. Ground motion intensity is a function of the magnitude of an earthquake, the distance            i
from the fault to the site, and other geologic characteristics. Nuclear plants, and in fact all engineered   I
structures, are designed based on ground motions, not earthquake magnitudes. Each nuclear power
plant in the United States is designed for a ground motion intensity that is determined on a site-specific
basis.
The existing nuclear plants were designed using a "deterministic" or "scenario earthquake" approach
that accounted for ground motions that could occur during the largest earthquakes expected in the area
around the plant. The scenario earthquake at San Onofre is a magnitude 7 approximately 5 miles from
the main plant. The scenario earthquake results in a ground motion that has a peak ground acceleration
of 0.67g, that is 67% of the acceleration of gravity.

3) Could San Onofre withstand an earthquake of the magnitude of the Japanese earthquake?
San Onofree is e    ca         -b hsstainjnthe ground shaking experienced by the Japanese
                                                                                                                  -   Comment [MB1]. This changes" ake the claim a
                                                                                                                      "certain" statement. It was designed to do it. but is
nuclear plants. As discussed above, it is the ground motions, not the magnitude, that structures,                     it certain that it can?
systems, and components "feel" (note: the strength of ground motion is a function of the earthquake
magnitude and other factors)._At this time, we do not have direct recordings of ground motion at the
Japanese reactors. However, we do have estimates of shaking from a ShakeMap produced by the K-NET
system. The ground motion at the Japanese nuclear reactors is believed to be semewhat-on the order of
the-0.67g, cr p6s•ibl'y lightly higher. Thus the ground shaking is similar to or slightly higher than the
peak ground acceleration to which San Onofre has been analyzed. However, US nuclear plants have
seismic margin beyond the design basis ground motion, as demonstrated by the results of the Individual
Plant Examination of External Events program carried out by the NRC in the mid-90s.
It should be noted that, the Fukushima plant itself withstood the ground shaking resulting from the
Tohoku earthquake. Preliminary information suggests that important safety systems performed their
required function in the period between the occurrence of the earthquake and the impact of the
tsunami. It appears that the emergency diesel generators successfully started once offsite power was
lost following the earthquake. Therefore, the tsunami appears to have played a key role in the loss of
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    power sources at the site (including the diesel generators), ultimately resulting in a condition known as
    station blackout. The station blackout has been a critical factor in the ongoing problems..

    4)      Is possible to have a tsunami at San Onofre that is capable of damaging the plant?
    The plant grade of San Onofre Units 2 and 3 is elevation +30.0 feet MLLW. San Onofre has a reinforced
    concrete cantilevered retaining seawall and screen well perimeter wall designed to withstand the design
    basis earthquake, followed by the maximum predicted tsunami with coincident storm wave action. The
    controlling tsunami for San Onofre, occurring during simultaneous high tide and storm surge, produces a
    maximum runup to elevation +15.6 feet MLLW at the Unit 2 and 3 seawall. When storm waves are
    superimposed, the predicted maximum runup is to elevation +27 MLLW. Tsunami protection for the San
    Onofre site is provided by a reinforced concrete seawall constructed to elevation +30.0 MLLW. A
    tsunami larger than this is extremely unlikely.

    5)      Has the earthquake hazard at San Onofre been reviewed like Diablo Canyon nuclear
            power plant is doing? Are they planning on doing an update before relicensing?
    Relicensing does not evaluate seismic hazard or other siting issues. Seismic safety is part of NRC's
    ongoing licensing activities. If an immediate safety concern immerges, the issue is addressed by the NRC,
    regardless of relicensing status.
    The elesest-active large fault that is closest to the plant is located approximately five miles offshore from
    San Onofre7 whe4jýe within a system of folds and faults e)iis-s-called the offshore zone of deformation
    (OZD). The OZD ii     de s-is tied to the Newport-lnglewood-Rose Canyon fault system. The Cristianitos
    fault is Y2mile southeast of San Onofre, but is an inactive fault. Other faults such as the San Andreas and
    San Jacinto, which can generate large magnitude earthquakes, are sufficiently far away that they would
    produce ground motions at San Onofre that are much less severe than earthquakes in the OZD.
    Notwithstanding the above, the NRC is eeidering-extending the Generic Issue 199 program to all
    operating reactors. (Generic Issue 199 eie•tly-              focusesd on plants in the eeRt.a4-Central and
    easteFREastern United States.) This extension weuld-will require a reassessment of hazard for San
    Onofre using the latest probabilistic seismic hazard assessment approaches. Based on a preliminary
    assessment using the source model developed by the USGS for the national seismic hazard maps, the
    annual probability of occurrence of a 0.67g ground motion at the San Onofre site is only slightly higher
    than the annual probability of occurrence that is      mreieomde"d for new nuclear plants.                      -{Comment [t4B2]: Recommended or r'equired?

    6) How do we know that the emergency diesel generators in San Onofre will not fail to
       operate like in Japan?
    Emergency Diesel Generators (EDGs) are installed in a seismically qualified structure and are seismic
    Category I equipment. In addition, in the 1980s, the NRC instituted a rule that requires nuclear power
    plants to further assure that a loss of both offsite and onsite emergency AC power systems (a condition
    known as a station blackout) would not adversely affect public health and safety. As a result of this rule
    all plants have (1) established station blackout coping and recovery procedures; (2) completed training
    for these procedures; (3) implemented modifications as necessary to cope with a station blackout; and
    (4) ensured a 4-16 hour coping capability. Subsequently, studies conducted by the NRC have shown that
    the hardware and procedures that have been implemented to meet the station blackout requirements
    have resulted in a significant risk reduction and have further enhanced defense-in-depth. However, NRC
    plans to carefully evaluate the lessons learned from the events in Japan to determine if enhancements
    to the station blackout rule are warranted.
7) Was there any damage to San Onofre from either the earthquake or the resulting
   tsunami?
There was no damage at the San Onofre nuclear plant from either the earthquake or tsunami.

8)     What about emergency planning for San Onofre. Does it consider tsunami?
FEMA reviews off-site evacuation plans every 2 years during a biennial emergency preparedness
exercise. During the same exercise, NRC evaluates on-site evacuation plans. Population studies are
done every 10 years, and evacuation time estimates are re-evaluated at that time. FEMA reviews these
evacuation plans, and will only accept the plans if there is "reasonable assurance" that the off-site
facilities and infrastructure are capable of protecting public health and safety in the event of an
emergency at San Onofre. The next such exercise is planned for April 12, 2011.
The San Onofre emergency plan initiates the emergency response organization and results in
declaration of emergency conditions via their Emergency Action Levels. The facility would make
protective action recommendations to the Governor, who would then decide on what protective actions
would be ordered for the residents around San Onofre. The consideration of tsunami would be
contained in the state and local (city, county) emergency plans, which are reviewed by FEMA.
From:                                Zimmerman, Roy
Sent:                                Tuesday, March 29, 2011 1:28 PM
To:                                  PMT07 Hoc
Subject:                             RE: Presentation for 3 pm IPC SVTC


Got it, thx ......... couldn't tell whether we were asked to do a slide presentation, but you've clarified, thx

From: PMT07 Hoc
Sent: Tuesday, March 29, 2011 1:26 PM
To: Zimmerman, Roy
Subject: RE: Presentation for 3 pm IPC SVTC

Roy

I talked with Weber. He suggested you just talk from it, and not that we send to the participants in advance. If, for
some reason, they want materials, we can send later of course.


From: Zimmerman, Roy
Sent: Tuesday, March 29, 2011 1:17 PM
To: PMT07 Hoc
Subject: RE: Presentation for 3 pm IPC SVTC

Are we (I) presenting this on the VTC? Were we asked to provide a presentation? I haven't looked at the slides yet, but
if the mgmt team in the Ops Center finds them acceptable I would suggest getting them to attendees ahead of time. I'd
add page numbers first so people can follow around.


From: PMT07 Hoc
Sent: Tuesday, March 29, 2011 1:04 PM
To: Zimmerman, Roy
Cc: Hoc, PMT12; FOIA Response.hoc Resource; RST01 Hoc; OST01 HOC; OST02 HOC; Weber, Michael; Blount, Tom;
Cool, Donald
Subject: RE: Presentation for 3 pm IPC SVTC

Slides have not been sent to participants. PMT does not have that list, but would be pleased to work with the correct
folks to send if you agree.

DACool


From: Zimmerman, Roy
Sent: Tuesday, March 29, 2011 1:01 PM
To: PMT07 Hoc
Cc: Hoc, PMT12; FOIA Response.hoc Resource; RST01 Hoc; OST01 HOC; OST02 HOC; Weber, Michael; Blount, Tom;
Cool, Donald
Subject: RE: Presentation for 3 pm IPC SVTC

My understanding is the call has been moved to 4:00pm ........ thx for the slides, have they been sent to participants? I
will look at slides shortly.
From: PMT07 Hoc
Sent: Tuesday, March 29, 201112:58 PM
To: Zimmerman, Roy
Cc: Hoc, PMT12; PMT07 Hoc; FOIA Response.hoc Resource; RST01 Hoc; OST01 HOC; OST02 HOC; Weber, Michael;
Blount, Tom; Cool, Donald
Subject: Presentation for 3 pm IPC SVTC

Mr. Zimmerman:

Attached please find the PowerPoint presentation requested for the 3 pm IPC SVTC. This information reflects status
from the reactor safety team, and the protective measures team, and shows data from several sources on trending of
dose measurements near the facility, and at points further away.

Donald A. Cool
PMT Director




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From:                      Franovich, Mike
Sent:                      Tuesday, March 29, 2011 3:27 PM
To:                        Ostendorff, William
Cc:                        Nieh, Ho; Kock, Andrea; Zorn, Jason
Subject:                   AWARENESS: 50 Mile Evacuation Zone and Reentry Guidance for Temporary Access
Attachments:               3 28 11 Re-Entry Guidance FINAL.docx


Below is the NRC feedback to inquiries from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA) regarding the 50
mile radius evacuation zone recommendation for US citizens/residents.

Attached are the re-entry criteria for limited time/access to 50 mile evacuation zone. EPA did
comment on the proposed guidelines. The final guidelines were sent to the White House.

From: LIA03 Hoc                                                                                       \T
-Sent: Monday, March 28, 2011 11:07 AM                                                          ,
To: takashi.inutsuka@mofa.go.jp
Cc:. Doane, Margaret; Mamish, Nader; LIA02 Hoc; LIAO8 Hoc; Borchardt, Bill; LIA03,Hoc
Subject: 50 Mile EPZ justification response

On behalf of Bill Borchardt, we are responding to your questions:

1. In the NRC NEWS, March 16, 2011, there are attachments of the results of two sets of
computer calculations. One, 15 March 2010 02:51am (EDT), has a hypothetical, single-reactor
site,. 2350 MWt, Boiling Water Reactor. On the other hand, 16 March 2010 12:24pm (EDT), has a
hypothetical, four-reactor site. But in these attachments there is no detailed assumption for
calculations about
(1) the power and type of reactor for the four-reactor site,
(2) weather, wind direction and speed, and the status of the problem at the reactors (for
example: Source Term).

QI: Are these sentences correct?

Al: These sentences are correct. Although the press release identified one of the computer
calculations being based on a hypothetical four-reactor site,        the source term used in
the calculation was the approximate activity available for release from one reactor and two
spent fuel pools.

Q2: Have you ever explained these detailed assumptions to the public?

A2: The assumptions have been generally described in press releases,                    interviews,   and
congressional testimony.

Q3: Could you explain the relation between the number of Total EDE and irem (PAGs)? For
example 8.1rem (15 March calculation).and 9.9rem (16 March calculation), 50 mi, and irem?
Could you also explain the relation between the number of Thyroid CDE and 5rem (PAGs)? For
example 23rem (15 March calculation) and 48rem (16 March calculation), 50 mi, and 5rem? Is
there no need to calculate this for distances greater than 50 mi?

A3: As stated in the press release, these two computer calculations are hypothetical, rough
estimates that would not necessarily characterize an actual release.  Although the
calculation references have TEDE and CDE doses exceeding PAGs beyond 50 miles, these were
only two of several cases run.  Given that other cases projected PAG doses less than 50 mile~s

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 and there would be time to extend our recommendations beyond 50 miles,       if   necessary,   the 50.
,.mile recommendation was considered appropriate to protect US citizens.


  2. At the White House Regular Briefing, March 17, 2011, Chairman Jaczko said, "We have a team
 .of  11, some of our best technical experts in Tokyo, and they are working with counterparts
  from the utility in Tokyo as well as other individuals with the government. So that is one of
  the sources. We are collecting data from as many places as we can to make the best judgments
  we can with the information available. But I would stress'that this is a very difficult
  situation. There is often conflicting information. And so we made what we thought was a
  prudent decision."

  Q4: Does this statement accurately reflect the NRC's decisionmaking process that led to the
  recommendation (50 miles)?

  A4: Yes.

  Q5: Did NRC have evidence to suggest that radiation levels around Fukushima were higher than
  what Japanese officials had said?

  A5: No. The NRC had very limited radiation level information at this time. The computer
  calculations and subsequent protective action decisions were based on conservative
  assumptions based on limited information and the deteriorating state of several reactors and
  spent fuel pools.

   3. At the meeting of NRC, March 21, 2011, you said, "the situation that led to the 50 mile
   guidance in Japan was based upon what we understood and still  believe had existed that there
   were degraded conditions in two spent-fuel pools at the site and, in all likelihood, some
   core damage in three of the reactor units. Based on the situation as~we understood it at that
 .time, we thought it was prudent to provide the recommendation to the ambassador to evacuate
   out to 50 miles in Japan."

    Q6: Does this statement accurately reflect the NRC's decisonmaking process that led to the
''recommendation (50 miles)?

  A6: Yes.

  Q7: There are some differences on the basis for making recommendation between 1.        and 3.   Could
  you explain the basis for making the recommendation (50 miles) again?

  A7: The comments made by NRC Chairman Jaczko and Mr. Borchardt were consistent in that
  seriously degrading conditions at several Daiichi units supported a need to take pre-emptive
  protective action. The computer calculations helped to provide perspective on possible
  impactsý.
  Q8: I understand the recommendation is   prudent.    How do you define "prudent" in the

  assumptions for your calculations? in the decision about the distance?

  A8: Since communications were limited and there was a large degree of uncertainty about plant
  conditions at the time, it was difficult to accurately assess the radiological hazard.
  Computer models used meteorological model data appropriate for the Fukushima Daiichi
  vicinity.  Source terms were based on hypothetical, but not unreasonable estimates of fuel
  damage, containment, and other release conditions.   Subsequent modeling can be correlated
  with the ground deposition as observed in flyover and other monitoring data.   Therefore,
  prudent (reasonable conservative protective actions made with a predictive approach to limit
  radiation exposure to US citizens) can be substantiated based on the conditions present and
  the information known at the time.

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,,If ybu have additional questions
                                   please contact Mr. Borchardt
                                                                at the email address above.




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From:                               Hoc, PMT12
Sent:                               Tuesday, March 29, 2011 2:45 PM
To:                                 PMT03 Hoc
Subject:                            FW: Draft Final Written and Oral Statements: State Energy Hearing presentation review




From: Hoc, PMT12
Sent: Tuesday, March 29, 2011 2:16 PM
To: Reynolds, Steven; Satorius, Mark; Blount, Tom
Cc: Weber, Michael; Boland, Anne; Pederson, Cynthia; Shear, Gary; Holt, BJ; Louden, Patrick; OBrien, Kenneth;
Sotiropoulos, Dina; West, Steven; Barker, Allan; Mitlyng, Viktoria; FOIA Response.hoc Resource
Subject: RE: Draft Final Written and Oral Statements: State Energy Hearing presentation review

Steve, Mark

From a PMT perspective, I don't see any issues.

Donald A.Cool
PMT Director

From: Reynolds, Steven
Sent: Tuesday, March 29, 2011 12:59 PM
To: Satorius, Mark; Blount, Tom
Cc: Hoc, PMT12; Weber, Michael; Boland, Anne; Pederson, Cynthia; Shear, Gary; Holt, BJ; Louden, Patrick; OBrien,
Kenneth; Sotiropoulos, Dina; West, Steven; Barker, Allan; Mitlyng, Viktoria
Subject: Draft Final Written and Oral Statements: State Energy Hearing presentation review

Note: the only change to the written statement was to add one sentence about the spent fuel pools at Zion and
GE Morris. The sentence is also in the oral statement.


"In the event of a loss of all electrical power, the GE Morris and Zion facilities both have the capability to add water to
the spent fuel pools without relying on electrical power."




Thanks,
Steve Reynolds


From: Satorius, Mark
Sent: Tuesday, March 29, 2011 8:13 AM
To: Blount, Tom
Cc: Hoc, PMT12; Weber, Michael; Boland, Anne; Pederson, Cynthia; Shear, Gary; Holt, BJ; Louden, Patrick; OBrien,
Kenneth; Sotiropoulos, Dina; Reynolds, Steven; West, Steven
Subject: RE: State Energy Hearing presentation review
I'm thinking noon. I expect that you will want to review both my written testimony and my oral testimony. The
former will be unchanged from what was reviewed last week for Cindy Pederson's Friday, Mar 2 5 th testimony
before the 2 Illinois US Senators. The latter (oral presentation) will have very minor changes. I understand
that both of Cindy's testimonies were reviewed and approved by the Ops Ctr, as well as all five Commission
offices, so I would expect a relatively short turnaround by PMT w/ relatively few edits. Working to have them to
you by 12 central time. testimony for me is 830 central Thursday - I have to travel Wednesday evening, so I
need an approval asap before I leave. Thanks Tom.

Mark

From: Blount, Tom
Sent: Tuesday, March 29, 2011 7:52 AM
To: Satorius, Mark
Cc: Hoc, PMT12; Weber, Michael
Subject: State Energy Hearing presentation review

Good morning Mark -
The PMT here in the Ops Ctr, is anticipating supporting a review of your presentation for the State Energy
Hearing. We are wondering where and/or whom we should be working with to get a copy for review, or if our
support is still needed? We just want to be responsive to your needs, so please advise how we can assist you
best.

Thanks,
Tom Blount
ET Response Advisor
HQ Ops Ctr




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      From:             Cheok, Michael
      To:               Gibson. Kathy; Correia. Richard
      Cc:               Coe, Doug; Lee, Samson Tate. Travis Harrison. Donnie; Parillo. John
      Subject:          FW: Request for Ops Center RTS support
      Date:             Wednesday, March 30, 2011 6:16:08 PM



      Kathy - thanks. I tried to call earlier, someone said you were not in.

      Your plan sound good. NRR/DRA can support as you see fit. (Rich - please call if we
      can be of help)

      Mike

      From: Gibson, Kathy
      Sent: Wednesday, March 30, 2011 6:05 PM
      To:. RST06 Hoc; Ruland, William; Arndt, Steven; Skeen, David; Cheok, Michael; Coe, Doug
      Cc: Dudes, Laura; Uhle, Jennifer; Hiland, Patrick; Hackett, Edwin; RST01 Hoc; Hoc, PMT12; McDermott,
      Brian; Scott, Michael; Tinkler, Charles; Cool, Donald; Correia, Richard
      Subject: Re: Request for Ops Center RTS support

      First, I can't tell who "me" is. Suggest if you are using an HOC email address you first say who you are.

      Second, RES has the lead for both items, DSA (me) for the first one and DRA (Doug Coe) for the
      second one. I added Rich Correia to the distribution as he is our new DRA division director and Doug
      Coe's father passed away so he is gone.

      Richard Lee is our POC with the Ops Center. Charlie Tinkler is the staff person working the first item
      and Mary Druin is working the second item.

      Let us know (preferably via Richard) if you need anything else.


      From: RST06 Hoc
      To: Ruland, William; Arndt, Steven; Skeen, David; Cheok, Michael; Gibson, Kathy; Coe, Doug
      Cc: Dudes, Laura; Uhle, Jennifer; Hiland, Patrick; Hackett, Edwin; RST01 Hoc; Hoc, PMT12; McDermott,
      Brian; Scott, Michael; Tinkler, Charles; Cool, Donald
      Sent: Wed Mar 30 17:35:33 2011
      Subject: RE: Request for Ops Center RTS support

      Just noticed that I'm not even on the distribution. Please add me. Thanks.


      From: RST06 Hoc
      Sent: Wednesday, March 30, 2011 5:34 PM
      To: Ruland, William; Arndt, Steven; Skeen, David; Cheok, Michael; Gibson, Kathy; Coe, Doug
      Cc: Dudes, Laura; Uhle, Jennifer; Hiland, Patrick; Hackett, Edwin; RST01 Hoc; Hoc, PMT12; McDermott,
      Brian; Scott, Michael; Tinkler, Charles; Cool, Donald
      Subject: RE: Request for Ops Center RTS support

      Thanks Bill. You must be a fan of other tired, old, acts too - Cher maybe?


      Before responding, can I ask that whomever has stepped-up to take the lead for this do a respond-
      all to let us know?
Objective for first question (energetic release potential): this information is important to the
Ambassador in Japan and the US military command that would be responsible for movement of US
citizens who were ordered to be evacuated from any locations in the Pacific. In fact, the Pacific
Command asked the same question of the NRC at today's Deputies Meeting that is attended by the
Chairman. The answer to this question may also impact when we as the NRC ramp down our
activities? We should attempt to address this by Friday (4/1).

Objective for the second question is to support multiple questions/actions. There have been many
requests of the PMT for "realistic" dose models. The RST Assessment document (original e-mail
was supposed to have it attached, but I've added to this incase it did not go out the first time) also
contains recommended actions for the Japanese to consider. These recommendations are based
on the SAMGS, which all are intended to protect primary containment. Since primary containment
is damaged on at least two units, we need to assess whether there may be new
considerations/priorities that are not captured by the SAMGs. Also, the product of this effort helps
us better clarify the assessment of potential energetic releases, along with identifying the best
strategies to ensure that they don't happen. This item does not have as short a deliverable date
unless the PMT has one that I'm not aware of, but is still very significant in terms of our
recommendations. Can we complete by Monday (4/4)?

Of course, my request should be seen as the start of a process, and that others should add to it in
order to shape into an end product that goes beyond, or corrects, the vision that I started with.

Fred


From: Ruland, William
Sent: Wednesday, March 30, 2011 10:36 AM
To: Arndt, Steven; Skeen, David; RST06 Hoc; Cheok, Michael; Gibson, Kathy
Cc: Dudes, Laura; Uhle, Jennifer; Hiland, Patrick; Hackett, Edwin; RST01 Hoc; Hoc, PMT12; McDermott,
Brian; Coe, Doug; Scott, Michael
Subject: RE: Request for Ops Center RTS support

Great thinking! I've always been a Fred Brown fan! For my benefit, what is the objectives
for this task and by when do we need to get the answers?

Regarding the core damage percentages, I understand that they were early numbers. Are
we yet in a position to revise them?

Bill

From: Arndt, Steven
Sent: Wednesday, March 30, 2011 7:33 AM
To: Skeen, David; RST06 Hoc; Cheok, Michael; Gibson, Kathy
Cc: Ruland, William; Dudes, Laura; Uhle, Jennifer; Hiland, Patrick; Hackett, Edwin; RST01 Hoc; Hoc,
PMT12; McDermott, Brian; Coe, Doug; Scott, Michael
Subject: Re: Request for Ops Center RTS support

I agree with Dave, this should be done out side of the Op Center. A group of RES folks are already
doing some analysis is this area (DRA and DSA) to support the PMT. We should task them to do this
and provide them with additional resources if needed.
Sent from a NRC blackberry
Steven Arndt
301-832-4903


From: Skeen, David
To: RST06 Hoc; Cheok, Michael; Gibson, Kathy
Cc: Ruland, William; Dudes, Laura; Uhle, Jennifer; Hiland, Patrick; Hackett, Edwin; RST01 Hoc; Hoc,
PMT12; McDermott, Brian; Coe, Doug; Scott, Michael; Arndt, Steven
Sent: Tue Mar 29 23:43:46 2011
Subject: Re: Request for Ops Center RTS support

Good thought, Fred.

I think this would be a worthwhile task, and I think we need a small group of severe accident experts to
discuss the potential worst case outcomes for each scenario.

I believe this effort should be conducted outside of the RST, on the normal day shift, with either NRR
or RES taking the lead to put a team together to develop the potential outcomes.

Please let me know if you need any support from NRR/DE. We could potentially bffer Steve Arndt to
support.


From: RST06 Hoc
To: Cheok, Michael; Gibson, Kathy
Cc: Ruland, William; Dudes, Laura; Uhle, Jennifer; Hiland, Patrick; Hackett, Edwin; Skeen, David; RST01
Hoc; Hoc, PMT12; McDermott, Brian; Coe, Doug; Scott, Michael; RST01 Hoc
Sent: Tue Mar 29 23:01:43 2011
Subject: RE: Request for Ops Center RTS support

Please see below.


From: Brown, Frederick
Sent: Tuesday, March 29, 2011 10:56 PM
To: Cheok, Michael; Gibson, Kathy
Cc: Ruland, William; Dudes, Laura; Uhle, Jennifer; Hiland, Patrick; Hackett, Edwin; Skeen, David; RST01
Hoc; Hoc, PMT12; McDermott, Brian; Coe, Doug; Scott, Michael; Brown, Frederick; RST01 Hoc
Subject: Request for Ops Center RTS support
Importance: High

Mike, Kathy


First, I'm not sure that you two are the right folks to ask, but I know that you'll know where this
should go.

I'd like to have folks with the right skill set look at two issues (the two are-inter-related, but the
first may be easier to give a quick answer to without the work that the second will take):


    1)   Given the known, or assumed, status of the three units and four pools, what realistic
         scenarios exist for energetic dispersion of high quantities of radioactive material that would
         result in mobile plumes? The point of this question is that there are many clear scenarios
       that present significant near-area radiological challenges, but given the time since
       shutdown (for the operating units) and age of much of the fuel (in the SFPs) what are the
       remaining scenarios of concern with respect to more distant locations (Tokyo with a large
       concentration of US citizens, Alaska, Hawaii, etc).

    2) Given the assumed condition of the three units and four pools, can we generate basic
       event trees for the coming weeks/months? The point would be to identify key success
       criteria and to help identify key decision points/risk factors to be balanced (qualitative not
       quantitative analysis). For instance, take two units, each with significant core damage and
       prior release of volatile fission products, each with primary and secondary containment*
       failure, but one with an intact RPV and the other with a breach of RPV - would there be a
       difference in potential releases that would lead to different strategies for flooding the
       primary containment of these two units? This question will make more sense if you look at
       the assumed conditions below and the attached assessment document where we
       recommend that TEPCO utilize the SAMG recommendation to flood all 3 units'
       containments.

Note that theintent is tolimit this'acivtto hours and days, not week oyears. onceW
                                                                                 wevlidate
theonceptothis evaluation weca                 verto         ustfr    f       action/developmer

Assumed status (slightly different than the status in the attached assessment):

Unit 1 Rx: Shutdown 3/11. 70% core damage. Cooling with 30 gpm. Significant salt deposits in
vessel, core spay plugged. Primary pressure 65 psig. Drywell pressure 25 psig. Secondary
containment destroyed. Containment has been vented at least once since fuel damage occurred.
Attempting to establish Nitrogen purge prior to resuming venting.

Unit 2 Rx: Shutdown 3/11. 30% core damage. Significant salt deposits in vessel/drywell. Assumed
RPV breach, with at least some core ex-vessel that ocurred approximately 3/15. Primary
containment breached in the torus. Secondary containment breached. Significant release of
volatile fission products has occurred through both airborne release and also via water drainage
out of the Rx building.

Unit 3 Rx: same assumptions as Unit 2, but do not assume RPV failure and location of primary
containment breach may be the drywell.

SFP 1: 292 bundles. Pool intact. All fuel at least 12 years old. No secondary containment. Rubble
on top of pool. Water can be added through external spray. Now at saturation temperature.

SFP 2: 587 bundles. Pool intact. Water added to the point of pool over-flow. Pool had reached
saturation temperature at one time.

SFP 3: 548 bundles. %core offload previous refueling. No checker boarding of hotter fuel.
Structural damage to pool area suspected. Pool leakage possible. External addition of water has
been made repeatedly, but flooding of pool may not be possible due to damage.
SFP 4: 1331 bundles. Full core offload about 120 days ago. No checker boarding of hotter fuel.
Structural damage to pool area is known to exist, and structure may not support a full pool weight
load. Pool leakage likely, requiring addition of water periodically. Pool was likely dry enough to
have cladding/water reaction which produced enough hydrogen to lead to catastrophic explosion
that destroyed secondary containment.
Lee, Richard
From:                    Lee, Richard
Sent:                   Wednesday, March 30, 2011 9:09 AM
To:                     'Dana Powers (Home)'; 'Dana Powers (SNL)'
Subject:                Japanses thoughts as of 3-29-2011
Attachments:            Success pathREV3E.PPTX


Dana:

Japan MITI, AEC.... thoughts on line of defense. Any suggestions that we can provide them?

Thx, Richard




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             From:            Coe. Doug
             To:              Correia, Richard; Nicholson. Thomas
             Cc:              Ibarra, Jose
             Subject:         RE: Japan GW Assessment
             Date:            Wednesday, March 30, 2011 12:40:27 PM



             Agree. If we get further inquiries from commercial entities seeking to help, we need to be clear
             that the NRC (and other agencies) will utilize the normal contractual bidding and selection
             processes to obtain contractor and consultant services.

             From: Correia, Richard
             Sent: Wednesday, March 30, 2011 7:45 AM
             To: Nicholson, Thomas
             Cc: Coe, Doug; Ibarra, Jose
             Subject: RE: Japan GW Assessment

             Tom,

             All US Government (USG) interactions regarding the event in Japan are coordinated thru
             the White House. I would recommend at this time to respond to Mr. Bassett stating that
             currently the USG agencies including the NRC are assisting the Japanese government
             with the ongoing situation at the Fukushima plant. Follow on activates and which USG
             agencies will be involved will be determined at a later time.

             Richard Correia, PE
             Director, Division of Risk Analysis
             Office of Nuclear Regulatory Research
             US NRC

             richard.correia 'nrc.gov

             From: Ibarra, Jose
             Sent: Wednesday, March 30, 2011 7:39 AM
             To: Correia, Richard
             Subject: FW: Japan GW Assessment

             FYI

             From: Nicholson, Thomas
             Sent: Tuesday, March 29, 2011 4:23 PM
             To: Coe, Doug
             Cc: Ibarra, Jose
             Subject: FW: Japan GW Assessment

             Doug:

             I spoke to Jose Ibarra about the following e-mail message from Dr. Randy Bassett, TETRA TECH. Dr.
             Bassett had worked for RES as a contractor with the University of Arizona on HLW research. He
             wants me to respond to his inquiry.
I will not respond to Dr. Bassett until I hear back from you.

Thanks ............... Tom

From: Bassett, Randy [mailto: Randy. Bassett@tetratech.com]
Sent: Tuesday, March 29, 2011 4:14 PM
To: Nicholson, Thomas
Subject: Japan GW Assessment

Tom:

I hope you had an enjoyable vacation away from the office for a few days.

I would like to ask if in your official capacity at the NRC you could provide some feedback to
us on how to make our team of scientists and engineers available for an assessment of
the groundwater in NE Japan.

Tetra Tech is an engineering/science based corporation of more than 12,000 employees,
with global office locations. We have assembled a strong technical team here at Tetra Tech
that we believe could provide a technical assessment of the ground water potentially affected
by the nuclear crisis in Japan. When the current situation stabilizes we believe
an objective group of scientists and engineers with strong technical credentials could be rapidly
deployed to assess the ground water status and begin the process of determining what if any
degradation has occurred, flow directions, transport rates, surface water/ground water
interactions,
and potential for surface runoff to infiltrate the fractured rock aquifers and further impact the
ground
water.

Tetra Tech has highly respected scientists and engineers with specific training and professional
experience with these issues. Internationally known scientists and engineers in health physics,
geochemistry, flow, surface water, soil investigations, watershed modeling, and sample collection
andanalysis are all highly accomplished with applicable skills and are immediately available.

My field as you know is geochemistry having worked for many years at our field site in fractured
rock funded
by the NRC, on issues at INEEL, on Yucca Mountain projects, and Hanford. Additionally I suspect
boron isotopes will be useful in tracking the cooling water as a supplement to the other nuclides
present, and we have a boron isotope lab.

In short we are reaching out to the NRC to determine if the NRC could suggest how to
most effectively get involved in assessing the status of the groundwater in NE Japan, e.g. how we
can
best help the commercial and governmental entities understand their water impacts, and what
the best funding consortium would be in order to proceed. We are discussing our assessment
capabilities with the IAEA, USDOE, the World Bank, and Japanese colleagues that we have in
science and engineering.

Would you be willing to provide any feedback from the NRC point of view on who to contact in
Japan that
would welcome an objective investigation and whether the NRC could provide any portion of the
funding
or provide technical liaisons as we build the necessary bridge between our team and those who
make the decisions there in Japan?

Sincerely,

RB


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From: Weber, Michael
Sent: Thursday, March 17, 2011 6:20 PM
To: OST02 HOC; LIA05 Hoc
Subject: FYI - Congressional Liaison Team Briefing




From: Schmidt, Rebecca
Sent: Thursday, March 17, 2011 3:31 PM
To: Johnson, Michael; Haney, Catherine; Borchardt, Bill; Sheron, Brian; Leeds, Eric
Cc: Weber, Michael; Batkin, Joshua; HOO Hoc; Taylor, Renee; Flory, Shirley; Dorman, Dan; Droggitis, Spiros; Powell,
Amy; Virgilio, Martin
Subject: Phone Congressional Liaison Team Briefing

All-We had our first call to Congressional staffers at 1:30 today. The call lasted about 1 hour. We invited
over 500 staffers to listen in and ask questions. Mike and his team did a great job. It was good to spend the
extra time today providing background material to them, but I'm thinking that we will probably shorten our
briefing and instead answer more questions in the future. Spiros will be contacting you to set the schedule for
the next several days. We will be doing the call at 3:00 daily. This effort is different than the 2 briefings
tomorrow on the Hill. Thanks for all your help! Becky

From: Johnson, Michael
Sent: Thursday, March 17, 2011 2:57 PM
To: Haney, Catherine; Borchardt, Bill; Schmidt, Rebecca; Sheron, Brian; Leeds, Eric
Cc: Weber, Michael; Batkin, Joshua; HOO Hoc; Taylor, Renee; Flory, Shirley; Dorman, Dan
Subject: Re:

I can't support before late afternoon. I am planning on supporting a call at 300 tomorrow.
From my blackberry.


From: Haney, Catherine
To: Borchardt, Bill; Schmidt, Rebecca; Sheron, Brian; Leeds, Eric; Johnson, Michael
Cc: Weber, Michael; Batkin, Joshua; HOO Hoc; Taylor, Renee; Flory, Shirley; Dorman, Dan
                                                              1.
Sent: Thu Mar 17 13:47:00 2011
Subject: RE:

Seems to me that Brian might be the best candidate since he is already downtown. I tried calling him to
discuss who would go. Shirley told me that Brian was at DOE (meeting doesn't end until 5 pm) and that his
schedule on Friday was open. She tentatively put the 11:45 briefing on his schedule.

I'm happy to be a back up. If Brian can't do it, I'd like to go down and listen in on the 9:30 briefing.

Unfortunately, we might not have a firm answer until later this evening unless Mike J wants to volunteer in
Brian's place.

As an aside, I'm scheduled to leave for France on Saturday afternoon. I spoke with Mike W last night about
whether I should cancel. The view was I should continue with the trip. Of course, I can change plans up until I
get on the plane. You might want to consider using Dan as a communicator next week. I will leave my "go to
book" for him.

From: Borchardt, Bill
Sent: Thursday, March 17, 2011 1:00 PM
To: Schmidt, Rebecca; Sheron, Brian; Leeds, Eric; Haney, Catherine; Johnson, Michael
Cc: Weber, Michael; Batkin, Joshua; HOO Hoc; Taylor, Renee
Subject: RE:

Unfortunately this would conflict with the NRC all hands briefing. Can 1 of the 4 "communicators" handle the
11:45?

From: Schmidt, Rebecca
Sent: Thursday, March 17, 2011 12:48 PM
To: Sheron, Brian; Borchardt, Bill; Leeds, Eric; Haney, Catherine; Johnson, Michael
Cc: Weber, Michael; Batkin, Joshua; HOO Hoc; Taylor, Renee
Subject: RE:

The House has now asked for the same briefing at 11:45. Bill are you available for that one too?

From: Sheron, Brian
Sent: Thursday, March 17, 2011 10:05 AM
To: Borchardt, Bill; Leeds, Eric; Haney, Catherine; Johnson, Michael
Cc: Weber, Michael; Schmidt, Rebecca; Batkin, Joshua; HOO Hoc
Subject: RE:

I should be able to attend. I'll meet you in the ops center around 7am.

From: Borchardt, Bill
Sent: Thursday, March 17, 2011 9:44 AM
To: Leeds, Eric; Haney, Catherine; Sheron, Brian; Johnson, Michael
Cc: Weber, Michael; Schmidt, Rebecca; Batkin, Joshua; HOO Hoc
Subject:

Senate EPW staff has requested a briefing Fri @9:30 (location TBD). I believe that Pete Lyons will be
representing DOE. I am planning to represent NRC. I invite any of the 4 addressees of this email (the 4 new
"Communicators") to come along to get a sense of what the hill is interested in, etc. It is totally your call. I plan
to be in the ops center at 7am to get a last minute update and then take metro (7:45) downtown.

Please let me know whether you plan to attend or not.


                                                             2
Bill




       3
From:                 Nicholson. Thomas
To:                   Bassett. Randy
Subject:              RE: Japan GW Assessment
Date:                 Wednesday, March 30, 2011 1:24:27 PM


Randy:

Unfortunately I was away last week on a family emergency.


When I returned late on Monday, I read your e-mail and immediately passed it onto my upper
management for their review.


I was counseled to respond to your formal inquiry as follows:


All US Government (USG) interactions regarding the event in Japan are coordinated thru
the White House. Currently the USG agencies including the NRC are assisting the
Japanese government with the ongoing situation at the Fukushima plant. Follow-on
activities involving USG agencies will be determined at a later time.

I was also informed by another supervisor to be clear that when we receive inquiries from
commercial entities seeking to help, the NRC (and other Federal agencies) will utilize the normal
contractual bidding and selection processes to obtain contractor and consultant services. At this
time there is no contractual bidding or selection process dealing with our analyses of the events in
Japan. I will let you know if and when that process begins concerning ground-water assessments.


Sorry for this direct response but you requested a response in my official capacity at the NRC.


Thanks .................. Tom




From: Bassett, Randy [mailto:Randy.Bassett@tetratech.com]
Sent: Tuesday, March 29, 2011 4:14 PM
To: Nicholson, Thomas
Subject: Japan GW Assessment

Tom:


I hope you had an enjoyable vacation away from the office for a few days.


I would like to ask if in your official capacity at the NRC you could provide some feedback to
us on how to make our team of scientists and engineers available for an assessment of
the groundwater in NE Japan.
 Tetra Tech is an engineering/science based corporation of more than 12,000 employees,
 with global office locations. We have assembled a strong technical team here at Tetra Tech
 that we believe could provide a technical assessment of the ground water potentially affected
 by the nuclear crisis in Japan. When the current situation stabilizes we believe
 an objective group of scientists and engineers with strong technical credentials could be rapidly
 deployed to assess the ground water status and begin the process of determining what if any
 degradation has occurred, flow directions, transport rates, surface water/ground water
 interactions,
 and potential for surface runoff to infiltrate the fractured rock aquifers and further impact the
 ground
 water.

 Tetra Tech has highly respected scientists and engineers with specific training and professional
 experience with these issues. Internationally known scientists and engineers in health physics,
 geochemistry, flow, surface water, soil investigations, watershed modeling, and sample collection
 and analysis are all highly accomplished with applicable skills and are immediately available.

 My field as you know is geochemistry having worked for many years at our field site in fractured
 rock funded
 by the NRC, on issues at INEEL, on Yucca Mountain projects, and Hanford. Additionally I suspect
 boron isotopes will be useful in tracking the cooling water as a supplement to the other nuclides
 present, and we have a boron isotope lab.

 In short we are reaching out to the NRC to determine if the NRC could suggest how to
 most effectively get involved in assessing the status of the groundwater in NE Japan, e.g. how we
 can
 best help the commercial and governmental entities understand their water impacts, and what
 the best funding consortium would be in order to proceed. We are discussing our assessment
 capabilities with the IAEA, USDOE, the World Bank, and Japanese colleagues that we have in
 science and engineering.

 Would you be willing to provide any feedback from the NRC point of view on who to contact in
 Japan that
 would welcome an objective investigation and whether the NRC could provide any portion of the
 funding
 or provide technical liaisons as we build the necessary bridge between our team and those who
 make the decisions there in Japan?

* Sincerely,

 RB


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                                          1.
                                                                                 c•~J6
      Starting new monitoring with the cooperation of universities

                                                                         March 30, 2011
                                                Ministry of Education, Culture, Sport,
                                                       Science and Technology (MEXT)




1. Obiectives and Overview
     MEXT is enhancing local monitoring program in the area farther than 20 km
 around Fukushima Dai-ichi NPP, in response to the accident at Fukushima Dai-ichi
 NPP.
     Therefore, MEXT has monitored environmental radioactivity level in the air by.
 prefecture and analysis of nuclide which is contained in drinking water and fallout.
 With the cooperation of universities and colleges of technology, MEXT started to
 measure the air dose rate on campus located in major cities.


2.   Procedure
     MEXT collects data, which will be measured from 2 pm for 24 hour everyday,
 from institutions located in mainly eastern area of Japan, and release the results.
     Cities and districts where another monitoring of "Reading of environmental
 radioactivity level by prefecture" conducted will be excluded from the target of this
 monitoring to avoid duplication.
  Reading of the radiation rate with thecooperation of universities

                                      Upper column: Reading of the' integrated dose(24h)
                                 Lower column:the reference value which was calculated
                                                           as the number per one hour
                  Monitoring
  Prefecture        Point                        City                3/28-'29

                      1                     Muroran City               (0.04   1/2
                                                                               /1 Sv
                                                                               Sv/h)
                                                                           (0.4 2uSv/h
                      2                      Obihiro City              (0.08 2 Sv
                                  _(0.08_                                             Sv/h)
                                            3~2112Sv
                      3                     Asahikawa City             (0.08          Sv/h)
                                                                                      2
   Hokkaido(00u                                                                        vh

                      4                      Kitami City                  -
                                                                                      1/2 Sv
                      5                      Kushiro City              (0.04          1
                                                                                      Sv/h)

                      6                     Hakodate City                 -
                                                                               1/21Sv
                      7                      Hirosaki City             (0.04/1 Sv/h)
    Aomori                                                             (.4/            vh
                                                                              1/2 Sv
                      8                     Hachinohe City             (004/i Sv/h)

    Miyagi            9                      Sendai City                  -

                     10                     Yonezawa City                 -
  Yamagata                                                                            2,u Sv
                     11                     Tsuruoka City              (0.08 11 Sv/h)
  Fukushima          12          Fukushima City                                   15./j     Sv
                     Fukushima(0.63                                              ui Sv/h)
    lbaraki          13                     Tsukuba City

    Tochigi          14                      Oyama City.

    Gunma            15                       Kiryu City
                                                                                      412 Sv
                     16                       Chiba City                 (0.2         /
                                                                                      Sv/h)
     Chiba                                                               (02          /V Sv/h

                     17                     Kisarazu City                (03          Sv/h)
                                                                                       ti

                     18                     Bunkyo Ward                   -

                     19                      Fuchu City                  (0.1     u Sv
                                                                             (01USv/h)
    Tokyo            20                     Meguro Ward                   -
                                                                                      3/2Sv
                     21                      Minato Ward                 (0.1         Sv/h
                                                                                      /L
                                                                                 v
                                                                                (0.     Sv/h
                     22                      Hachioji City                              u Sv
                                                                                      2(0.08
                   ____(0.08_m                                                        Sv/h)
  Kanagawa           23                     Yokohama City                (0.1     /u311Sv
                                                                                    Sv/h

    Niigata          24                     Nagaoka City                  -

                     25                 Matsumoto City                                20/ Sv
    Nagano                                                             (0.08_/_       Sv/h)
                     26                       Ueda City                  (0.1 /j311 Sv
                                                                                Sv/h)
 * We have measured the integrated dose(24h) from around 2PM (Mar.28) to
 Mar.29
 * Reading of lower column is the refernce value because of the lower limit of the
.pocket dosimeter (1 /1Sv).
 * "-" in the column indicates that "now setting up for measuring-.
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         Press Release (Mar 30,2011)
         Status of TEPCO's Facilities and its services after the Tohoku-Taiheiyou-Oki Earthquake (as of 9:00AM)


         Due to the Tohoku-Taiheiyou-Oki Earthquake which occurred on March Ilth
         2011, TEPCO's facilities including our nuclear power stations have been
         severely damaged. We deeply apologize for the anxiety and inconvenience
         caused.

         Below is the status of TEPCO's major facilities.
         •new items are underlined

         [Nuclear Power Station]
         Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station:
           Units 1 to 3: shutdown due to the earthquake
           (Units 4 to 6: outage due to regular inspections)

           The national government has instructed the public to evacuate for those
         local residents within 20km radius of the site periphery and to evacuate
         voluntarily for those local residents between 20km and 30km radius of the
         site periphery.
         " Off-site power was connected to Unit I to 6.

         " Unit 1
         - The explosive sound and white smoke was confirmed near Unit I when the
           big quake occurred at 3:36pm, March 12th.
         - We started injection of sea water at 8:20 pm, March 12th, and then boric
           acid which absorbs neutron into the reactor afterwards.
         - At approximately 2:30 am, March 23rd, we started the injection of sea
           water into the reactor from feed water system. After that, the injection
           of freshwater was started from 3:37 pm on March 25th (switched from the
           seawater injection). At 8:32 am, Mar 29th, transfer from the fire
           fighting pump to a temporary motor driven pump was made.
         - At approximately 10:50 am on March 24th, white smoke was confirmed
           arising from the top of the reactor building.
         - At approximately 11:30 am, March 24th, lights in the main control room
           were restored.

             Unit 2
         - At 1:25 pm,   March 14th, since the Reactor Core Isolation Cooling System
             has failed, it was determined that a specific incident stipulated in
             Clause 1, Article 15 of Act on Special Measures Concerning Nuclear
             Emergency Preparedness occurred (failure of reactor cooling function).
             At 5:17 pm, March 14th, while the water level in the reactor reached the
             top of the fuel rod, we have restarted the water injection with the valve
             operation.
         -   At approximately 6:14 am, March 15th, the abnormal sound was confirmed
             near the suppression chamber and the pressure inside the chamber
             decreased afterwards. It was determined that there is a possibility that
             something happened in the suppression chamber. While sea water injection
             to the reactor continued, TEPCO employees and workers from other
             companies not in charge of injection work started tentative evacuation
             to a safe location.
             Sea water injection to the reactor continued.
         -   On March 18th, power was delivered up to substation for backup power
             through offsite transmission line. We completed laying cable further
             to unit receiving facility in the building, and at 3:46 pm, March 20th
             the load-side power panel of the receiving facility started to be
             energized.
         -   From 3:05 pm to 5:20 pm on March 20th, about 40 tons of seawater was
             injected into Unit 2 by TEPCO employees.
         -   At approximately 6:20 pm on March 21st, white smoke was confirmed arising
             from the top of the reactor building. As of 7:11 am on March 22nd, smoke
             decreased to the level where we could hardly confirm.
         -   From around 4 pm to 5 pm on March 22nd, approximately 18 tons of sea
             water was injected into the spent fuel pool by TEPCO employees.




http://www.tepco.co~jp/en/press/corp-comi/release/1 1033002-e.html                                                 3/30/2011
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         Press Release (Mar 30,2011)
         Status of TEPCO's Facilities and its services after the Tohoku-Taiheiyou-Oki Earthquake (as of 9:00AM)


         Due to the Tohoku-Taiheiyou-Oki Earthquake which occurred on March 11th
         2011, TEPCO's facilities  including our nuclear power stations have been
         severely damaged. We deeply apologize for the anxiety and inconvenience
         caused.

         Below is the status of TEPCO's major facilities.
         •new items are underlined

         [Nuclear Power Station]
         Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station:
           Units 1 to 3: shutdown due to the earthquake
           (Units 4 to 6: outage due to regular inspections)

           The national government has instructed the public to evacuate for those
         local residents within 20km radius of the site periphery and to evacuate
         voluntarily for those local residents between 20km and 30km radius of the
         site periphery.

           Off-site power was connected to Unit 1 to 6.

         • Unit 1
         - The explosive sound and white smoke was confirmed near Unit I when the
           big quake occurred at 3:36pm, March 12th.
         - We started injection of sea water at 8:20 pm, March 12th, and then boric
           acid which absorbs neutron into the reactor afterwards.
         - At approximately 2:30 am, March 23rd, we started the injection of sea
           water into the reactor from feed water system. After that, the injection
           of freshwater was started from 3:37 pm on March 25th (switched from the
           seawater injection). At 8:32 am, Mar 29th, transfer from the fire
           fighting pump to a temporary motor driven pump was made.
         - At approximately 10:50 am on March 24th, white smoke was confirmed
           arising from the top of the reactor building.
         - At approximately 11:30 am, March 24th, lights in the main control room
           were restored.

         • Unit 2
         - At 1:25 pm, March 14th, since the Reactor Core Isolation Cooling System
           has failed, it was determined that a specific incident stipulated in
           Clause 1, Article 15 of Act on Special Measures Concerning Nuclear
           Emergency Preparedness occurred (failure of reactor cooling function).
           At 5:17 pm, March 14th, while the water level in the reactor reached the
           top of the fuel rod, we have restarted the water injection with the valve
           operation.
         - At approximately 6:14 am, March 15th, the abnormal sound was confirmed
           near the suppression chamber and the pressure inside the chamber
           decreased afterwards. It was determined that there is a possibility that
           something happened in the suppression chamber. While sea water injection
           to the reactor continued, TEPCO employees and workers from other
           companies not in charge of injection work started tentative evacuation
           to a safe location.
           Sea water injection to the reactor continued.
         - On March 18th, power was delivered up to substation for backup power
           through offsite transmission line. We completed laying cable further
           to unit receiving facility in the building, and at 3:46 pm, March 20th
           the load-side power panel of the receiving facility started to be
           energized.
         - From 3:05 pm to 5:20 pm on March 20th, about 40 tons of seawater was
           injected into Unit 2 by TEPCO employees.
         - At approximately 6:20 pm on March 21st, white smoke was confirmed arising
           from the top of the reactor building. As of 7:11 am on March 22nd, smoke
           decreased to the level where we could hardly confirm.
         - From around 4 pm to 5 pm on March 22nd, approximately 18 tons of sea
           water was injected into the spent fuel pool by TEPCO employees.




http://www.tepco.co.jp/en/press/corp-com/release/ 11033002-e.html                                                  3/30/2011
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         Press Release (Mar 30,2011)
         Status of TEPCO's Facilities and its services after the Tohoku-Taiheiyou-Oki Earthquake (as of 9:00AM)



         Due to the Tohoku-Taiheiyou-Oki Earthquake which occurred on March 1lth
         2011, TEPCO's facilities  including our nuclear power stations have been
         severely damaged. We deeply apologize for the anxiety and inconvenience
         caused.

         Below is the status of TEPCO's major          facilities.
         •new items are underlined

         [Nuclear Power Station]
         Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station:
           Units 1 to 3: shutdown due to the earthquake
           (Units 4 to 6: outage due to regular inspections)

            The national government has instructed the public to evacuate for those
         local residents within 20km radius of the site  periphery and to evacuate
         voluntarily for those local residents between 20km and 30km radius of the
         site  periphery.

         • Off-site power was connected to Unit 1 to 6.

          • Unit 1
         -  The explosive sound and white smoke was confirmed near Unit 1 when the
            big quake occurred at 3:36pm, March 12th.
         - We started injection of sea water at 8:20 pm, March 12th, and then boric
            acid which absorbs neutron into the reactor afterwards.
         - At approximately 2:30 am, March 23rd, we started the injection of sea
            water into the reactor from feed water system. After that, the injection
            of freshwater was started from 3:37 pm on March 25th (switched from the
            seawater injection). At 8:32 am, Mar 29th, transfer from the fire
            fighting pump to a temporary motor driven pump was made.
         - At approximately 10:50 am on March 24th, white smoke was confirmed
            arising from the top of the reactor building.
         - At approximately 11:30 am, March 24th, lights in the main control room
            were restored.

             Unit 2
             At 1:25 pm, March 14th, since the Reactor Core Isolation Cooling System
             has failed, it was determined that a specific incident stipulated in
             Clause 1, Article 15 of Act on Special Measures Concerning Nuclear
             Emergency Preparedness occurred (failure of reactor cooling function).
             At 5:17 pm, March 14th, while the water level in the reactor reached the
             top of the fuel rod, we have restarted the water injection with the valve
             operation.
         -   At approximately 6:14 am, March 15th, the abnormal sound was confirmed
             near the suppression chamber and the pressure inside the chamber
             decreased afterwards. It was determined that there is a possibility   that
             something happened in the suppression chamber. While sea water injection
             to the reactor continued, TEPCO employees and workers from other
             companies not in charge of injection work started tentative evacuation
             to a safe location.
             Sea water injection to the reactor continued.
         -   On March 18th, power was delivered up to substation for backup power
             through offsite  transmission line. We completed laying cable further
             to unit receiving facility  in the building, and at 3:46 pm, March 20th
             the load-side power panel of the receiving facility   started to be
             energized.
         -   From 3:05 pm to 5:20 pm on March 20th, about 40 tons of seawater was
             injected into Unit 2 by TEPCO employees.
         -   At approximately 6:20 pm on March 21st, white smoke was confirmed arising
             from the top of the reactor building. As of 7:11 am on March 22nd, smoke
             decreased to the level where we could hardly confirm.
         -   From around 4 pm to 5 pm on March 22nd, approximately 18 tons of sea
             water was injected into the spent fuel pool by TEPCO employees.




http://www.tepco.co.jp/en/press/corp-com/release/ 11033002-e.html                                                  3/30/2011
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         Press Release (Mar 30,2011)
         Status of TEPCO's Facilities and its services after the Tohoku-Taiheiyou-Oki Earthquake (as of 9:00AM)


         Due to the Tohoku-Taiheiyou-Oki Earthquake which occurred on March 11th
         2011, TEPCO's facilities  including our nuclear power stations have been
         severely damaged. We deeply apologize for the anxiety and inconvenience
         caused.

         Below is the status of TEPCO's major facilities.
         •new items are underlined

         [Nuclear Power Station]
         Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station:
           Units 1 to 3: shutdown due to the earthquake
             (Units 4 to 6:   outage due to regular inspections)

             The national government has instructed the public to evacuate for those
         local residents within 20km radius of the site   periphery and to evacuate
         voluntarily for those local residents between 20km and 30km radius of the
         site   periphery.

             Off-site power was    connected to Unit     I to   6.

         • Unit 1
         - The explosive sound and white smoke was confirmed near Unit 1 when the
           big quake occurred at 3:36pm, March 12th.
         - We started injection of sea water at 8:20 pm, March 12th, and then boric
           acid which absorbs neutron into the reactor afterwards.
         - At approximately 2:30 am, March 23rd, we started the injection of sea
           water into the reactor from feed water system. After that, the injection
           of freshwater was started from 3:37 pm on March 25th (switched from the
           seawater injection). At 8:32 am, Mar 29th, transfer from the fire
           fighting pump to a temporary motor driven pump was made.
         - At approximately 10:50 am on March 24th, white smoke was confirmed
           arising from the top of the reactor building.
         - At approximately 11:30 am, March 24th, lights in the main control room
           were restored.

             Unit 2
         -   At 1:25 pm, March 14th, since the Reactor Core Isolation Cooling System
             has failed, it was determined that a specific incident stipulated in
             Clause 1, Article 15 of Act on Special Measures Concerning Nuclear
             Emergency Preparedness occurred (failure of reactor cooling function).
             At 5:17 pm, March 14th, while the water level in the reactor reached the
             top of the fuel rod, we have restarted the water injection with the valve
             operation.
         -   At approximately 6:14 am, March 15th, the abnormal sound was confirmed
             near the suppression chamber and the pressure inside the chamber
             decreased afterwards. It was determined that there is a possibility   that
             something happened in the suppression chamber. While sea water injection
             to the reactor continued, TEPCO employees and workers from other
             companies not in charge of injection work started tentative evacuation
             to a safe location.
             Sea water injection to the reactor continued.
         -   On March 18th, power was delivered up to substation for backup power
             through offsite  transmission line. We completed laying cable further
             to unit receiving facility  in the building, and at 3:46 pm, March 20th
             the load-side power panel of the receiving facility   started to be
             energized.
         -   From 3:05 pm to 5:20 pm on March 20th, about 40 tons of seawater was
             injected into Unit 2 by TEPCO employees.
         -   At approximately 6:20 pm on March 21st, white smoke was confirmed arising
             from the top of the reactor building. As of 7:11 am on March 22nd, smoke
             decreased to the level where we could hardly confirm.
         -   From around 4 pm to 5 pm on March 22nd, approximately 18 tons of sea
             water was injected into the spent fuel pool by TEPCO employees.




http://www.tepco.co.jp/en/press/corp-com/release/ 11033002-e.html                                                   3/30/2011
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         Press Release (Mar 30,2011)
         Status of TEPCO's Facilities and its services after the Tohoku-Taiheiyou-Oki Earthquake (as of 9:00AM)



         Due to the Tohoku-Taiheiyou-Oki Earthquake which occurred on March llth
         2011, TEPCO's facilities including our nuclear power stations have been
         severely damaged. We deeply apologize for the anxiety and inconvenience
         caused.

         Below is the status of TEPCO's major facilities.
         *new items are underlined

         [Nuclear Power Station]
         Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station:
           Units 1 to 3: shutdown due to the earthquake
           (Units 4 to 6: outage due to regular inspections)
         * The national government has instructed the public to evacuate for those
         local residents within 20km radius of the site periphery and to evacuate
         voluntarily for those local residents between 20km and 30km radius of the
         site periphery.
         " Off-site power was connected to Unit 1 to 6.

         " Unit 1
         - The explosive sound and white smoke was confirmed near Unit I when the
           big quake occurred at 3:36pm, March 12th.
         - We started injection of sea water at 8:20 pm, March 12th, and then boric
           acid which absorbs neutron into the reactor afterwards.
         - At approximately 2:30 am, March 23rd, we started the injection of sea
           water into the reactor from feed water system. After that, the injection
           of freshwater was started from 3:37 pm on March 25th (switched from the
           seawater injection). At 8:32 am, Mar 29th, transfer from the fire
           fighting pump to a temporary motor driven pump was made.
         - At approximately 10:50 am on March 24th, white smoke was confirmed
           arising from the top of the reactor building.
         - At approximately 11:30 am, March 24th, lights in the main control room
           were restored.
         * Unit 2
         - At 1:25 pm, March 14th, since the Reactor Core Isolation Cooling System
           has failed, it was determined that a specific incident stipulated in
           Clause 1, Article 15 of Act on Special Measures Concerning Nuclear
           Emergency Preparedness occurred (failure of reactor cooling function).
           At 5:17 pm, March 14th, while the water level in the reactor reached the
           top of the fuel rod, we have restarted the water injection with the valve
           operation.
         - At approximately 6:14 am, March 15th, the abnormal sound was confirmed
           near the suppression chamber and the pressure inside the chamber
           decreased afterwards. It was determined that there is a possibility that
           something happened in the suppression chamber. While sea water injection
           to the reactor continued, TEPCO employees and workers from other
           companies not in charge of injection work started tentative evacuation
           to a safe location.
           Sea water injection to the reactor continued.
         - On March 18th, power was delivered up to substation for backup power
           through offsite transmission line. We completed laying cable further
           to unit receiving facility in the building, and at 3:46 pm, March 20th
           the load-side power panel of the receiving facility started to be
           energized.
         - From 3:05 pm to 5:20 pm on March 20th, about 40 tons of seawater was
           injected into Unit 2 by TEPCO employees.
         - At approximately 6:20 pm on March 21st, white smoke was confirmed arising
           from the top of the reactor building. As of 7:11 am on March 22nd, smoke
           decreased to the level where we could hardly confirm.
         - From around 4 pm to 5 pm on March 22nd, approximately 18 tons of sea
           water was injected into the spent fuel pool by TEPCO employees.




http://www.tepco.co.jp/en/press/corp-com/release/ 11033002-e.html                                                     3/30/2011
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         Press Release (Mar 30,2011)
         Status of TEPCO's Facilities and its services after the Tohoku-Taiheiyou-Oki Earthquake (as of 9:00AM)


         Due to the Tohoku-Taiheiyou-Oki Earthquake which occurred on March 1lth
         2011, TEPCO's facilities including our nuclear power stations have been
         severely damaged. We deeply apologize for the anxiety and inconvenience
         caused.

         Below is the status of TEPCO's major facilities.
         *new items are underlined

         [Nuclear Power Station]
         Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station:
           Units 1 to 3: shutdown due to the earthquake
           (Units 4 to 6: outage due to regular inspections)

          • The national government has instructed the public to evacuate for those
         local residents within 20km radius of the site  periphery and to evacuate
         voluntarily for those local residents between 20km and 30km radius of the
         site periphery.

          " Off-site power was connected to Unit I to 6.

          " Unit   I
         -   The explosive sound and white smoke was confirmed near Unit 1 when the
             big quake occurred at 3:36pm, March 12th.
         -   We started injection of sea water at 8:20 pm, March 12th, and then boric
             acid which absorbs neutron into the reactor afterwards.
         -   At approximately 2:30 am, March 23rd, we started the injection of sea
             water into the reactor from feed water system. After that, the injection
             of freshwater was started from 3:37 pm on March 25th (switched from the
             seawater injection). At 8:32 am, Mar 29th, transfer from the fire
             fighting pump to a temporary motor driven pump was made.
         -   At approximately 10:50 am on March 24th, white smoke was confirmed
             arising from the top of the reactor building.
         -   At approximately 11:30 am, March 24th, lights in the main control room
             were restored.

             Unit 2
         -   At 1:25 pm, March 14th, since the Reactor Core Isolation Cooling System
             has failed, it was determined that a specific incident stipulated in
             Clause 1, Article 15 of Act on Special Measures Concerning Nuclear
             Emergency Preparedness occurred (failure of reactor cooling function).
             At 5:17 pm, March 14th, while the water level in the reactor reached the
             top of the fuel rod, we have restarted the water injection with the valve
             operation.
         -   At approximately 6:14 am, March 15th, the abnormal sound was confirmed
             near the suppression chamber and the pressure inside the chamber
             decreased afterwards. It was determined that there is a possibility   that
             something happened in the suppression chamber. While sea water injection
             to the reactor continued, TEPCO employees and workers from other
             companies not in charge of injection work started tentative evacuation
             to a safe location.
             Sea water injection to the reactor continued.
         -   On March 18th, power was delivered up to substation for backup power
             through offsite  transmission line. We completed laying cable further
             to unit receiving facility  in the building, and at 3:46 pm, March 20th
             the load-side power panel of the receiving facility   started to be
             energized.
         -   From 3:05 pm to 5:20 pm on March 20th, about 40 tons of seawater was
             injected into Unit 2 by TEPCO employees.
         -   At approximately 6:20 pm on March 21st, white smoke was confirmed arising
             from the top of the reactor building. As of 7:11 am on March 22nd, smoke
             decreased to the level where we could hardly confirm.
         -   From around 4 pm to 5 pm on March 22nd, approximately 18 tons of sea
             water was injected into the spent fuel pool by TEPCO employees.




http://www.tepco.co.jp/en/press/corp-com/release/ 11033002-e.html                                                   3/30/2011
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         Press Release (Mar 30,2011)
         Status of TEPCO's Facilities and its services after the Tohoku-Taiheiyou-Oki Earthquake (as of 9:00AM)



         Due to the Tohoku-Taiheiyou-Oki Earthquake which occurred on March 1lth
         2011, TEPCO's facilities including our nuclear power stations have been
         severely damaged. We deeply apologize for the anxiety and inconvenience
         caused.

         Below is the status of TEPCO's major facilities.
         •new items are underlined

         [Nuclear Power Station]
         Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station:
           Units 1 to 3: shutdown due to the earthquake
             (Units 4 to 6:   outage due to regular      inspections)

         * The national  government has instructed the public to evacuate for those
         local residents within 20km radius of the site  periphery and to evacuate
         voluntarily for those local residents between 20km and 30km radius of the
         site periphery.

         " Off-site power was      connected to Unit     1 to 6.

         " Unit 1
         - The explosive sound and white smoke was confirmed near Unit 1 when the
           big quake occurred at 3:36pm, March 12th.
         - We started injection of sea water at 8:20 pm, March 12th, and then boric
           acid which absorbs neutron into the reactor afterwards.
         - At approximately 2:30 am, March 23rd, we started the injection of sea
           water into the reactor from feed water system. After that, the injection
           of freshwater was started from 3:37 pm on March 25th (switched from the
           seawater injection). At 8:32 am, Mar 29th, transfer from the fire
           fighting pump to a temporary motor driven pump was made.
         - At approximately 10:50 am on March 24th, white smoke was confirmed
           arising from the top of the reactor building.
         - At approximately 11:30 am, March 24th, lights in the main control room
           were restored.

         •   Unit   2
         -   At 1:25 pm, March 14th, since the Reactor Core Isolation Cooling System
             has failed, it was determined that a specific incident stipulated in
             Clause 1, Article 15 of Act on Special Measures Concerning Nuclear
             Emergency Preparedness occurred (failure of reactor cooling function).
             At 5:17 pm, March 14th, while the water level in the reactor reached the
             top of the fuel rod, we have restarted the water injection with the valve
             operation.
         -   At approximately 6:14 am, March 15th, the abnormal sound was confirmed
             near the suppression chamber and the pressure inside the chamber
             decreased afterwards. It was determined that there is a possibility   that
             something happened in the suppression chamber. While sea water injection
             to the reactor continued, TEPCO employees and workers from other
             companies not in charge of injection work started tentative evacuation
             to a safe location.
             Sea water injection to the reactor continued.
         -   On March 18th, power was delivered up to substation for backup power
             through offsite transmission line. We completed laying cable further
             to unit receiving facility  in the building, and at 3:46 pm, March 20th
             the load-side power panel of the receiving facility  started to be
             energized.
         -   From 3:05 pm to 5:20 pm on March 20th, about 40 tons of seawater was
             injected into Unit 2 by TEPCO employees.
         -   At approximately 6:20 pm on March 21st, white smoke was confirmed arising
             from the top of the reactor building. As of 7:11 am on March 22nd, smoke
             decreased to the level where we could hardly confirm.
         -   From around 4 pm to 5 pm on March 22nd, approximately 18 tons of sea
             water was injected into the spent fuel pool by TEPCO employees.




http://www.tepco.co.jp/en/press/corp-com/release/l 1033002-e.html                                                      3/30/2011
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         Status of TEPCO's Facilities and its services after the Tohoku-Taiheiyou-Oki Earthquake (as of 9:00AM)



         Due to the Tohoku-Taiheiyou-Oki Earthquake which occurred on March l1th
         2011, TEPCO's facilities  including our nuclear power stations have been
         severely damaged. We deeply apologize for the anxiety and inconvenience
         caused.

         Below is the status of TEPCO's major facilities.
         *new items are underlined

         (Nuclear Power Station]
         Fukushisia Daiichi Nuclear Power Station:
           Units 1 to 3: shutdown due to the earthquake
           (Units 4 to 6: outage due to regular inspections)

         *  The national government has instructed the public to evacuate for those
         local residents within 20km radius of the site  periphery and to evacuate
         voluntarily for those local residents between 20km and 30km radius of the
         site  periphery.

         " Off-site power was connected to Unit I to 6.

          " Unit 1
         - The explosive sound and white smoke was confirmed near Unit 1 when the
            big quake occurred at 3:36pm, March 12th.
         - We started injection of sea water at 8:20 pm, March 12th, and then boric
            acid which absorbs neutron into the reactor afterwards.
         - At approximately 2:30 am, March 23rd, we started the injection of sea
            water into the reactor from feed water system. After that, the injection
            of freshwater was started from 3:37 pm on March 25th (switched from the
            seawater injection). At 8:32 am, Mar 29th, transfer from the fire
            fighting pump to a temporary motor driven pump was made.
         - At approximately 10:50 am on March 24th, white smoke was confirmed
            arising from the top of the reactor building.
         - At approximately 11:30 am, March 24th, lights in the main control room
            were restored.

             Unit 2
         -   At 1:25 pm, March 14th, since the Reactor Core Isolation Cooling System
             has failed, it was determined that a specific incident stipulated in
             Clause 1, Article 15 of Act on Special Measures Concerning Nuclear
             Emergency Preparedness occurred (failure of reactor cooling function).
             At 5:17 pm, March 14th, while the water level in the reactor reached the
             top of the fuel rod, we have restarted the water injection with the valve
             operation.
         -   At approximately 6:14 am, March 15th, the abnormal sound was confirmed
             near the suppression chamber and the pressure inside the chamber
             decreased afterwards. It was determined that there is a possibility   that
             something happened in the suppression chamber. While sea water injection
             to the reactor continued, TEPCO employees and workers from other
             companies not in charge of injection work started tentative evacuation
             to a safe location.
             Sea water injection to the reactor continued.
         -   On March 18th, power was delivered up to substation for backup power
             through offsite  transmission line. We completed laying cable further
             to unit receiving facility  in the building, and at 3:46 pm, March 20th
             the load-side power panel of the receiving facility   started to be
             energized.
         -   From 3:05 pm to 5:20 pm on March 20th, about 40 tons of seawater was
             injected into Unit 2 by TEPCO employees.
         -   At approximately 6:20 pm on March 21st, white smoke was confirmed arising
             from the top of the reactor building. As of 7:11 am on March 22nd, smoke
             decreased to the level where we could hardly confirm.
         -   From around 4 pm to 5 pm on March 22nd, approximately 18 tons of sea
             water was injected into the spent fuel pool by TEPCO employees.




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       Press Releases

         Press Release (Mar 30,2011)
         Status of TEPCO's Facilities and its services after the Tohoku-Taiheiyou-Oki Earthquake (as of 9:00AM)


         Due to the Tohoku-Taiheiyou-Oki Earthquake which occurred on March l1th
         2011, TEPCO's facilities  including our nuclear power stations have been
         severely damaged. We deeply apologize for the anxiety and inconvenience
         caused.

         Below is the status of TEPCO's major facilities.
         •new items are underlined

         (Nuclear Power Station]
         Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station:
           Units 1 to 3: shutdown due to the earthquake
             (Units 4 to   6: outage due to regular inspections)

            The national government has instructed the public to evacuate for those
         local residents within 20km radius of the site  periphery and to evacuate
         voluntarily for those local residents between 20km and 30km radius of the
         site  periphery.

         " Off-site power was connected to Unit 1 to 6.

          " Unit 1
          - The explosive sound and white smoke was confirmed near Unit 1 when the
            big quake occurred at 3:36pm, March 12th.
         - We started injection of sea water at 8:20 pm, March 12th, and then boric
            acid which absorbs neutron into the reactor afterwards.
         - At approximately 2:30 am, March 23rd, we started the injection of sea
            water into the reactor from feed water system. After that, the injection
            of freshwater was started from 3:37 pm on March 25th (switched from the
            seawater injection). At 8:32 am, Mar 29th, transfer from the fire
            fighting pump to a temporary motor driven pump was made.
         - At approximately 10:50 am on March 24th, white smoke was confirmed
            arising from the top of the reactor building.
         - At approximately 11:30 am, March 24th, lights in the main control room
            were restored.

             Unit 2
         -   At 1:25 pm, March 14th, since the Reactor Core Isolation Cooling System
             has failed, it was determined that a specific incident stipulated in
             Clause 1, Article 15 of Act on Special Measures Concerning Nuclear
             Emergency Preparedness occurred (failure of reactor cooling function).
             At 5:17 pm, March 14th, while the water level in the reactor reached the
             top of the fuel rod, we have restarted the water injection with the valve
             operation.
         -   At approximately 6:14 am, March 15th, the abnormal sound was confirmed
             near the suppression chamber and the pressure inside the chamber
             decreased afterwards. It was determined that there is a possibility   that
             something happened in the suppression chamber. While sea water injection
             to the reactor continued, TEPCO employees and workers from other
             companies not in charge of injection work started tentative evacuation
             to a safe location.
             Sea water injection to the reactor continued.
         -   On March 18th, power was delivered up to substation for backup power
             through offsite  transmission line. We completed laying cable further
             to unit receiving facility   in the building, and at 3:46 pm, March 20th
             the load-side power panel of the receiving facility   started to be
             energized.
         -   From 3:05 pm to 5:20 pm on March 20th, about 40 tons of seawater was
             injected into Unit 2 by TEPCO employees.
         -   At approximately 6:20 pm on March 21st, white smoke was confirmed arising
             from the top of the reactor building. As of 7:11 am on March 22nd, smoke
             decreased to the level where we could hardly confirm.
         -   From around 4 pm to 5 pm on March 22nd, approximately 18 tons of sea
             water was injected into the spent fuel pool by TEPCO employees.




http://www.tepco.co.jp/en/press/corp-com/release/ 11033002-e.html                                                      3/30/2011
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       Press Releases

         Press Release (Mar 30,2011)
         Status of TEPCO's Facilities and its services after the Tohoku-Taiheiyou-Oki Earthquake (as of 9:00AM)



         Due to the Tohoku-Taiheiyou-Oki Earthquake which occurred on March 1lth
         2011, TEPCO's facilities including our nuclear power stations have been
         severely damaged. We deeply apologize for the anxiety and inconvenience
         caused.

         Below is the status of TEPCO's major facilities.
         *new items are underlined

         [Nuclear Power Station]
         Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station:
           Units 1 to 3: shutdown due to the earthquake
             (Units 4 to 6:   outage due to regular      inspections)

             The national government has instructed the public to evacuate for those
         local residents within 20km radius of the site   periphery and to evacuate
         voluntarily for those local residents between 20km and 30km radius of the
         site   periphery.

         *   Off-site power was    connected to Unit I to 6.

         *   Unit 1
         -   The explosive sound and white smoke was confirmed near Unit 1 when the
             big quake occurred at 3:36pm, March 12th.
         -   We started injection of sea water at 8:20 pm, March 12th, and then boric
             acid which absorbs neutron into the reactor afterwards.
         -   At approximately 2:30 am, March 23rd, we started the injection of sea
             water into the reactor from feed water system. After that, the injection
             of freshwater was started from 3:37 pm on March 25th (switched from the
             seawater injection). At 8:32 am, Mar 29th, transfer from the fire
             fighting pump to a temporary motor driven pump was made.
         -   At approximately 10:50 am on March 24th, white smoke was confirmed
             arising from the top of the reactor building.
         -   At approximately 11:30 am, March 24th, lights in the main control room
             were restored.

         *   Unit 2
         -   At 1:25 pm, March 14th, since the Reactor Core Isolation Cooling System
             has failed, it was determined that a specific incident stipulated in
             Clause 1, Article 15 of Act on Special Measures Concerning Nuclear
             Emergency Preparedness occurred (failure of reactor cooling function).
             At 5:17 pm, March 14th, while the water level in the reactor reached the
             top of the fuel rod, we have restarted the water injection with the valve
             operation.
         -   At approximately 6:14 am, March 15th, the abnormal sound was confirmed
             near the suppression chamber and the pressure inside the chamber
             decreased afterwards. It was determined that there is a possibility   that
             something happened in the suppression chamber. While sea water injection
             to the reactor continued, TEPCO employees and workers from other
             companies not in charge of injection work started tentative evacuation
             to a safe location.
             Sea water injection to the reactor continued.
         -   On March 18th, power was delivered up to substation for backup power
             through offsite  transmission line. We completed laying cable further
             to unit receiving facility   in the building, and at 3:46 pm, March 20th
             the load-side power panel of the receiving facility   started to be
             energized.
         -   From 3:05 pm to 5:20 pm on March 20th, about 40 tons of seawater was
             injected into Unit 2 by TEPCO employees.
         -   At approximately 6:20 pm on March 21st, white smoke was confirmed arising
             from the top of the reactor building. As of 7:11 am on March 22nd, smoke
             decreased to the level where we could hardly confirm.
         -   From around 4 pm to 5 pm on March 22nd, approximately 18 tons of sea
             water was injected into the spent fuel pool by TEPCO employees.




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         -   From 10:30 am on March 25th, seawater injection through Fuel Pool Cooling
             and Filtering System was initiated.   The work was finished at 0:19 pm on
             March 25th. From 4i30 PM, March 29th, freshwater injection through Fuel
             Pool-Cooling and Filtering System was initiated.    (We switched from
             seawater to freshwater).   The work was finished at 6:25 pm on March 29th.
         -   From 10:10 am on March 26th, freshwater (with boric acid) injection was
             initiated.  (switched from the seawater injection) At 06:31pm, Mar 27th,
             transfer from the fire   fighting pump to a temporary motor driven pump
             was made.
         -   At approximately 4:46 pm, March 26th, lights in the main control room
             were restored.

         *   Unit 3
         -   At 6:50 am, March 14th, while water injection to the reactor was under
             operation (injection of boric acid was done on Mar 13th), the pressure
             in the reactor containment vessel increased to 530 kPa. As a result, at
             7:44 am, it was determined that a specific incident stipulated in article
             15, clause 1 occurred (abnormal increase of the pressure of reactor
             containment vessel). Afterwards, the pressure gradually decreased (as of
             9:05 am, 490 kPa).
         -   At approximately 11:01 am, March 14th; an explosion followed by white
             smoke occurred near Unit 3. 4 TEPCO employees and 3 workers from other
             companies (all  of them were conscious) sustained injuries and were taken
             to the hospital by ambulances.
         -   As the temperature of water in the spent fuel pool rose, spraying water
             by helicopters with the support of the Self Defense Force was considered.
             However the operation on March 16th was cancelled.
         -   At 6:15 am, March 17th, the pressure of the Suppression Chamber
             temporarily increased, but currently it is stable within a certain range.
             On March 20th, we were preparing to implement measures to reduce the
             pressure of the reactor containment vessel (partial      discharge of air
             containing radioactive material to outside) in order to fully secure
             safety. However, at present, it is not a situation to immediately
             implement measures and discharge air   containing radioactive material
             to outside. We will continue to monitor the status of the pressure of
             the reactor containment vessel.
         -   In order to cool spent fuel pool, water was sprayed by helicopters on
             March 17th with the cooperation of Self-Defense Forces.
         -   At approximately past 7:00 pm, March 17th, Self-Defense Forces and the
             police started spraying water by water cannon trucks upon our request
             for the cooperation. At 8:09 pm, March 17th, they finished the operation.
         -   At 2:00 pm, March 18th, spraying water by fire     engines was started with
             the cooperation of Self-Defense Forces and the United States Armed Forces.
             At 2:45 pm, March 18th, the operation was finished.
         -   At approximately 12:30 am, March 19th, spraying water was started with
             the cooperation of Fire Rescue Task Forces of Tokyo Fire Department. At
             approximately 1:10 am, March 19th, the operation was finished. They
             resumed spraying water at 2:10 pm and finished at approximately 3:40 am,
             March 20th.
         -   At approximately 9:30 pm, March 20th, spraying water was started with
             the cooperation of Fire Rescue Task Forces of Tokyo Fire Department. At
             approximately 3:58 am, March 21th, they the operation was finished.
         -   At approximately 3:55 pm, March 21st, light gray smoke was confirmed
             arising from the southeast side of the 5th floor roof of the Unit 3
             building. The situation was reported to the fire      department at
             approximately 4:21 pm. The parameters of reactor pressure vessel,
             reactor containment vessel, and monitored environmental data remained
             stable without significant change. However, employees working around
             Unit 3 evacuated to a safe location. On March 22nd, the color of smoke
             changed to somewhat white and it is slowly dissipating.
         -   At approximately 3:10 pm on March 22nd, spraying water to Unit 3 by
             Tokyo Fire Department's Hyper Rescue and Osaka City Fire Department was
             conducted, and completed at approximately 4:00 PM on the same day.
         -   At approximately 10:45 pm on March 22nd, lights in the main control room
             were restored.
             At 11:00 am on March 23rd, the injection of sea water to spent fuel pool
             was conducted, and finished approximately at 1:20 pm on the same day.
         -   At 4:20 pm on March 23rd, light gray smoke was observed belching from
             Unit 3 building. The situation was reported to the'fire      department at
             4:25 pm on March 23rd. The parameters of the reactor, the reactor
             containment vessel of Unit 3, and monitored figures around the site's
             immediate surroundings remained stable without significant change. To
             be safe, workers in the main control room of Unit 3 and around Unit 3
             evacuated to a safe lobation. At approximately 11:30 pm on March 23rd
             and 4:50 am on March 24th, TEPCO employees confirmed the smoke has
             disappeared. Accordingly, workers evacuation was lifted.
         -   From approximately 5:35 am on March 24th, sea water injection through
             Fuel Pool Cooling and Filtering System was initiated,      and finished at
             approximately 4:05 pm on the same day.
         -   From 1:28 pm on March 25th, Hyper Rescue team started water spray. The
             work finished at 4:00 pm on March 25th.
         -   From 6:02 pm on March 25th, the injection of freshwater to the reactor
             was started (switched from the seawater injection). At 8:30 pm on March
             28th, the injection of fresh water is switched to temporary electricity
             pumps from the fire  engine pumps.
         -   At approximately 12:34pm March 27th , the injection of water by the
             concrete pump truck was started. At approximately 2:36 pm, March 27th,




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             the operation was finished.
             At approximately 2:17pm March 29th, the injection of fresh water by the
             concrete pump truck was started. (Sea water had been injected so far and
             transfer from seawater to freshwater was made).  The water injection was
             finished at 6:18 PM, March 29th.

         *  Unit 4
         -  At approximately 6:00 am, March 15th, an explosive sound was heard and
            the damage in the 5th floor roof of Unit 4 reactor building was confirmed.
            At 9:38 am, the fire  near the north-west part of 4th floor of Unit 4
            reactor building was confirmed. At approximately 11:00 am, TEPCO
            employees confirmed that the fire  was out.
         - At approximately 5:45 am on March 16th, a TEPCO employee discovered a
            fire  at the northwest corner of the Nuclear Reactor Building. TEPCO
            immediately reported this incident to the fire   department and the local
            government and proceeded with the extinction of fire.   At approximately
             6:15 am, TEPCO staff confirmed at the site  that there are no signs of
            fire.
         - At approximately 8:21 am on March 20th, spraying water by fire    engines
            was started with the cooperation of Self-Defense Forces and they finished
            the operation at approximately 9:40 am. At approximately 6:45 pm spraying
            water was started by Self-Defenses' water cannon trucks and finished at
            approximately 7:45 pm.
         - At approximately 6:30 am, March 21st, spraying water by fire    engines was
            started with the cooperation of Self-Defense Forces and the United States
            Armed Forces. At approximately 8:40 am, March 21, they had finished the
            operation.
         - On March 21st, cabling has been completed from temporary substation to
            the main power center.
         - From approximately 5:20 pm on March 22nd, spraying water from the
            concrete pumping vehicle was conducted and ended at approximately 8:30
            pm on the same day.
         - From approximately 10:00 am on March 23rd, spraying water from the
            concrete pumping vehicle was conducted and ended at approximately 1:00
            pm on the same day.
         - From approximately 2:35 pm on March 24th, spraying water by the concrete
            pumping vehicle was conducted and ended at approximately 5:30 pm on the
            same day.
         - From 6:05 am on March 25th, seawater injection through Fuel Pool Cooling
            and Filtering System was initiated  and finished at approximately 10:20
            am-on the same day.
         - From 7:05 pm on March 25th, water spray by the concrete pumping vehicle
            was started and finished at 10:07 pm on March 25th.
         - From 4:55 pm on March 27th, water spray by the concrete pumping vehicle
            was started and finished at 7:25 pm on March 27th.
         -- Atapproximately 11:50 am on March 29th, lights in the main control room
            were restored.

         *   Unit 5 and 6
           At 5 am on March 19th, we started the Residual Heat Removal System Pump
           (C) of Unit 5 in order to cool the spent fuel pool. At 10:14 pm, we
           started the Residual Heat Removal System Pump (B ) of Unit 6 in order
           to cool the spent fuel pool.
         - Unit 5 has been in reactor cold shutdown since 2:30 pm on March 20th.
           Unit 6 has been in reactor cold shutdown since 7:27 pm on March 20th.
         - At Units 5 and 6,  in order to prevent hydrogen gas from accumulating
           within the buildings, we have made three holes on the roof of the
           reactor building for each unit.
         - At approximately 5:24 pm on March 23rd, the temporary Residual Heat
           Removal System Seawater Pump automatically stopped when its  power source
           was switched. We restarted the pump at around 4:14 pm, March 24th, and
           resumed cooling of reactor at around 4:35 pm.

             On March  18th, regarding the spent fuel in the common spent fuel pool,
             we have confirmed that the water level of the pool is secured. At around
             10:37 am March 21st, water spraying to common spent fuel pool and
             finished at 3:30 pm. At around 6:05 pm, fuel pool cooling pump was
             started to cool the pool.
             * common spent fuel pool: a spent fuel pool for common use set in a
               separate building in a plant site  in order to preserve spent fuel
               which are transferred from the spent fuel pool in each Unit building.

         *   On March    17th, we patrolled buildings     for dry casks and found no signs
             of abnormal situation for the casksby visual observation. A detailed
             inspection is under preparation.
             * dry cask: a measure to store spent fuel in a dry storage casks in
               storages. Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station started to utilize
               the measure from August 1995.

         *   In total  13 fire engines are lent for spraying water to the spent fuel
             pools and water injection to the nuclear reactors by various regional
             fire  departments* as well as Tokyo Fire Department. Also, instruction
             regarding the setting and operation of large scale decontamination
             system was provided.

         *   On March 21st,    23rd to 28th,    we detected technetium,   cobalt,   iodine,
             cesium,    tellurium,   barium,   lanthanum and molybdenum from the seawater




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             around discharge canal of Unit 1, 2,        3 and 4.

         *   On March 20th,    21st,   23rd to 28th,   we detected iodine,   cesium,    tellurium
             and ruthenium in the air      collected at the site    of Fukushima Daiichi
             Nuclear Power Station.

         *   Plutonium has detected from the sample of soil at the site of Fukushima
             Daiichi Nuclear Power Station collected on 21st and 22nd of March,
             Concentration level of Plutonium detected was same as that of under
             usual environment and it is thought not to be harmful to human health.
             We will strengthen environmental monitoring of power station and
             surrounding environment.

         *   On March 28th,    we detected radioactive materials      contained in     the puddles
             found in    the turbine building of Unit 1 to 4.

         *   At approximately 3:30 pm, March 27th, we found water pooling in the
             vertical shaft of the trench outside of the turbine buildings for Units
              1 to 3.- The radiation dose at the surface of the water amounted 0.4 mSv/h
             in Unit 1 and over 1,000 mSv/h in Unit 2. We could not confirm the amount
             of the radiation dose in Unit 3. We will keep observing the condition of
             the water in the vertical shaft.

         *   At 12:03 pm, March 29th, when taking off the flange of the pipe to remove
             the residual heat in the seawater system, 3 workers from other companies
             received water in the pipe. Mopping up water, we confirmed no radioactive
             material had adhered to their bodies.

         " We will continuously endeavor to securing safety,          and monitoring of the
             surrounding environment.

         Fukushima Daini Nuclear Power Station:
           Units 1 to 4: shutdown due to the earthquake
         * The national government has instructed evacuation for those local
         residents      within 10km radius   of the periphery.

         * In order to achieve cold shutdown, reactor cooling function was restored
         and cooling of reactors'was conducted. As a result, all reactors achieved
         cold shutdown: Unit 1 at 5:00 pm, March 14th, Unit 2 at 6:00 pm, March 14th,
         Unit 3 at 0:15 pm, March 12th, Unit 4 at 7:15 am, March 16th.

         *  Since March 12th, we had been preparing measures for reducing the
         pressure of reactor containment vessels (partial  discharge of air
         containing radioactive materials to outside), but on March 17th, we
         stopped such preparation in all  Units.

         * (Unit 1)
         As it is confirmed that the temperature of the Emergency Equipment Cooling
         Water System *1 has increased, at 3:20 pm, March 15th, we stopped the
         Residual Heat Removal System (B) for the inspection. Subsequently, failure
         was detected in the power supply facility  associated with the pumps of the
         Emergency Equipment Cooling Water System. At 4:25 pm, March 15th, after
         replacing the power facility,  the pumps and the Residual Heat Removal
         System (B) have been reactivated.

         * (Unit 4)
         As it is confirmed that the pressure at the outlet of the pumps of the
         Emergency Equipment Cooling Water System~l has been decreased, at 8:05 pm,
         March 15th, we stopped the Residual Heat Removal System (B) for the
         inspection. Subsequently, failure was detected in the power supply facility
         associated with the pumps of the Emergency Equipment Cooling Water System.
         At 9:25 pm, March 15th, after  replacing the relevant facility, the pumps
         and the Residual Heat Removal System (B) have been reactivated.

         *l:emergency water system in which cooling water (pure water) circulates
         which exchanged the heat with sea water in order to cool down bearing pumps
         and/or heat exchangers etc.

         Kashiwazaki Kariwa Nuclear Power Station:
           Units 1, 5, 6, 7: normal operation
           (Units 2 to 4: outage due to regular inspection)

          [Thermal Power Station]
         - Hirono Thermal Power Station Units 2 and 4: shutdown due to the earthquake
         - Hitachinaka Thermal Power Station Unit 1: shutdown due to the earthquake
         - Kashima Thermal Power Station Units 2, 3, 5, 6: shutdown due to the
            earthquake

          [Hydro Power Station]
         - All the stations have been restored.
          (Facilities damaged by the earthquake are now being repaired in              a timely
         manner.)

          [Transmission System, etc.]
         - All substation failed due to the earthquake have been restored.
          (Facilities damaged by the earthquake are now being repaired in a timely
         manner.)




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          (Power Supply to TEPCO's Service Areas]
         - Except in case of planned rolling blackouts,   we can supply electricity
            to our all service areas.

          [Supply and Demand Status within TEPCO's Service Area to Secure Stable Power
         Supply]
         - Considering the critical  balance of our power supply capacity and
            expected power demand forward, in order to avoid unexpected blackout,
            TEPCO has been implementing rolling blackout (planned blackout alternates
            from one area to another) since Mar 14th. We will make our utmost to
            secure the stable power supply as early as possible. For customers who
            will be subject to rolling blackout, please be prepared for the announced
            blackout periods. Also for customers who are not subject to blackouts,
            TEPCO appreciates your continuous cooperation in reducing electricity
            usage by avoiding using unnecessary lighting and electrical  equipment.

          [Others]
         -  Please do NOT touch cut-off electric wires.
         -  In order to prevent fire, please make sure to switch off the electric
            appliances such as hair driers when you leave your house.
         - For the customer who has in-house power generation, please secure fuel
            for generator.



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3/20 P.M. 9:20        :_____;_[____                         North of Main Admin. Bldg.
3/20   P.M. 9:30      --
                      =-=          ______;___               North of Main Admin. Bldg.
3/20   P.M. 9:40      __]_;__I___11                     _   North of Main Admin. Bldg.
3/20   P.M.   9:50    _____;___;_t_.                        North of Main Admin. Bldg.
3/20   P.M.   10:00   ___;___;_1".                          North of Main Admin. Bldg.
3/20   P.M.   10:10   _-__;_;__                             North of Main Admin. Bldg.
3/20   P.M.   10:20   :_-     _;      _:;11_.               North of Main Admin. Bldg.
3/20 P.M. 10:30       -_____:_1                         _   North of Main Admin. Bldg.
3/20 P.M. 10:40       _____________l__                      North of Main Admin. Bldg.
3/20 P.M. 10:50      s5*12,_11".                           North of Main Admin. Bldg.
3/20 P.M. 11:00      ______,_i                __t1".       North of Main Admin. Bldg.
3/20 P.M. 11:10      _________;_t                          North of Main Admin: Bldg.
3/20 P.M. 11:20      *R___;_1".                            North of Main Admin. Bldg.
3/20 P.M. 11:30      _____"__11"                 _         North of Main Admin. Bldg.
3/20 P.M. 11:40      __,________t_.                        North of Main Admin. Bldg.
3/20 P.M. 11:50      _______,______                        North of Main Admin. Bldg.
3/21 A.M. 0:00       ______________.                       North of Main Admin. Bldg.
3/21 A.M. 0:10       ____s______                           North of Main Admin. Bldg.
3/21 A.M. 0:20       --
                     ==          _________t            _   North of Main Admin. Bldg.
3/21 A.M .0:30       __,__,_i___l_.                        North of Main Admin. Bldg.
3/21 A.M. 0:40       _______________                       North of Main Admin. Bldg.
3/21 A.M. 0:50       _____s________   North of Main                        Admin. Bldg.
3/21 A.M. 1:00       ________'____.   North of Main                        Admin. Bldg.
3/21 A.M. 1:10        _______________ North of Main                        Admin. Bldg.
3/21 A.M. 1:20       -=_-____,______ North of Main                         Admin. Bldg.
3/21 A.M. 1:30       $4t                L                  North of Main Admin. Bldg.
3/21 A.M. 1:40       ____,___,___1".                       North of Main Admin. Bldg.
3/21 A.M. 1:50       ___________l_.                        North of Main Admin. Bldg.
3/21 A.M. 2:00                                             North of Main Admin. Bldg.
3/21 A.M. 2:10       ________11".                          North of Main Admin. Bldg.
3/21   A.M. 2:20                                           North of Main   Admin.   Bldg.
3/21   A.M. 2:30                                           North of Main   Admin.   Bldg.
3/21   A.M. 2:40                                           North of Main   Admin.   Bldg.
3/21   A.M.2:50                                            North of Main   Admin.   Bldg.
3/21   A.M. 3:00                                           North of Main   Admin.   Bldg.
3/21   A.M. 3:10                                           North of Main   Admin.   Bldg.
3/21   A.M. 3:20                                           North of Main   Admin.   Bldg.
3/21   A.M. 3:30                                           North of Main   Admin.   Bldg.
3/21   A.M. 3:40                                           North of Main   Admin.   Bldg.
3/21   A.M. 3:50                                           North of Main   Admin.   Bldg.
3/21   A.M. 4:00                                           North of Main   Admin.   Bldg.
3/21   A.M. 4:10                                           North of Main   Admin.   Bldg.
3/21   A.M. 4:20'                                          North of Main   Admin.   Bldg.
3/21   A.M. 4:30                                           North of Main   Admin.   Bldg.
3/21   A.M. 4:40                                           North of Main   Admin.   Bldg.
3/21   A.M. 4:50     TFPI                                  Front Gate
3/21   A.M. 5:00     TF]                                   Front Gate
3/21   A.M. 5:10     M P - 7 -,AT                          around MP-7
3/21   A.M. 5:20     TF 9                                  Front Gate
3/21   A.M. 5:30     TEr9J                                 Front Gate
3/21   A.M. 5:40      F P9                                 Front Gate
3/21   A.M. 5:50     iE P9                                 Front Gate
3/21   A.M.   6:00    F PI                                 Front   Gate
3/21   A.M.   6:10   1ErJ                                  Front   Gate
3/21   A.M.   6:20   JE P9                                 Front   Gate
3/21   A.M.   6:30    F r9                                 Front   Gate
3/21   A.M.   6:40   -IEP9                                 Front   Gate
3/21 A.M. 6:50        TPIE       Front Gate
3/21 A.M. 7:00        ITPI       Front Gate
3/21 A.M. 7:10        TPI        Front Gate
3/21 A.M. 7:20        T PI       Front Gate
3/21   A.M.   7:30    IE         Front   Gate
3/21   A.M.   7:40    T r9       Front   Gate
3/21   A.M.   7:50    T r9       Front   Gate
3/21   A.M.   8:00    Tr9        Front   Gate
3/21 A.M. 8:10        T r9       Front Gate
3/21 A.M. 8:20        Tr9        Front Gate
3/21 A.M. 8:30        EF9        Front Gate
3/21 A.M. 8:40        T P9       Front Gate
3/21 A.M. 8:50        iT9        Front Gate
3/21 A.M. 9:00        T r9       Front Gate
3/21 A.M. 9:10        Tr9        Front Gate
3/21 A.M. 9:20        T r9       Front Gate
3/21 A.M. 9:30        TFr        Front Gate
3/21 A.M. 9:40        E r9       Front Gate
3/21 A.M. 9:50         _T    9   Front Gate
3/21   A.M.   10:00   IFr        Front   Gate
3/21   A.M.   10:10   ITr9       Front   Gate
3/21   A.M.   10:20   Tr9        Front   Gate
3/21   A.M.   10:30   E•         Front   Gate
3/21   A.M.   10:40   T 9        Front   Gate
3/21   A.M.   10:50   T 9        Front   Gate
3/21   A.M.   11:00   Tr9        Front   Gate
3/21   A.M.   11:10    E 9       Front   Gate
3/21   A.M.   11:20   T r9       Front   Gate
3/21   A.M.   11:30    EPr       Front   Gate
3/21   A.M.   11:40   E9
                      T          Front   Gate
3/21   A.M.   11:50    Er9       Front   Gate
3/21   P.M.   0:00    IEr        Front   Gate
3/21   P.M.   0:10    Ir9        Front   Gate
3/21 P.M. 0:20        T r9       Front Gate
3/21   P.M.   0:30    IFr        Front   Gate
3/21   A.M.   0:40    IT9        Front   Gate
3/21   P.M.   0:50    TFr        Front   Gate
3/21   P.M.   1:00    IE9        Front   Gate
3/21   P.M.   1:10    IE 9       Front   Gate
3/21   P.M.   1:20    T r9       Front   Gate
3/21   P.M.   1:30    TFr9       Front   Gate
3/21   P.M.   1:40    Tr9        Front   Gate
3/21   P.M.   1:50    IE9        Front   Gate
3/21   P.M.   2:00     E r9      Front   Gate
3/21   P.M.   2:10    IE 9       Front   Gate
3/21   P.M.   2:20    iT9        Front   Gate
3/21   P.M.   2:30    IT9        Front   Gate
3/21   P.M.   2:40    IIrl       Front   Gate
3/21    P.M.   2:50    -FPEP       Front   Gate
3/21    P.M.   3:00    -FP9        Front   Gate
3/21    P.M.   3:10   TEP9         Front   Gate
3/21    P.M.   3:20   l- P9        Front   Gate
3/21    P.M.   3:30   T-P9         Front   Gate
3/21    P.M.   3:40   IFP9         Front   Gate
3/21    P.M.   3:50   iErg         Front   Gate
3/21    P.M.   4:00   T PE         Front   Gate
3/21    P.M.   4:10   IEP          Front   Gate
3/21 P.M. 4:20           r
                      T-lE     _   Front Gate
3/21 P.M. 4:30        T-F9         Front Gate
3/21    P.M. 4:42     lE-F9        Front   Gate
3/21    P.M. 4:50     I-FP9        Front   Gate
3/21    P.M.5:06      -FP9         Front   Gate
3/21    P.M. 5:30     -FrEP        Front   Gate
3/21    P.M. 5:40     I-E P        Front   Gate
3/21    P.M. 5:50     I-F          Front   Gate
3/21    P.M. 6:00     TFP          Front   Gate
3/21    P.M. 6:10     T-r9         Front   Gate
3/21    P.M. 6:20     IFlEP        Front   Gate
3/21    P.M. 6:30     I-F9•        Front   Gate
3/21    P.M. 6:40     ITFP9        Front   Gate
3/21    P.M. 6:50     TFP9         Front   Gate
3/21    P.M. 7:00     TIEP         Front   Gate
3/21 P.M. 7:10        1-F9         Front Gate
3/21 P.M. 7:20        IFr9         Front Gate
3/21 P.M. 7:30        IFrE]        Front Gate
3/21 P.M. 7:40        T-Fr9        Front Gate
 3/21   P.M. 7:50     I-FIP        Front   Gate
 3/21   P.M. 8:00     T-r9         Front   Gate
 3/21   P.M. 8:10     IFlE]        Front   Gate
 3/21   P.M. 8:20      -FrE9       Front   Gate
 3/21   P.M. 8:30      iE-P9       Front   Gate
 3/21   P.M. 8:40     TiEP         Front   Gate
.3/21   P.M. 8:50      -FrE]       Front   Gate
 3/21   P.M. 9:00     TFEr         Front   Gate
 3/21   P.M .9:10     I-F91        Front   Gate
 3/21   P.M. 9:20     -FPEP        Front   Gate
 3/21   P.M. 9:30     IE-r9        Front   Gate
 3/21   P.M. 9:40     I-F9         Front   Gate
 3/21   P.M. 9:50     I- Er        Front   Gate
 3/21   P.M. 10:00    TlP9         Front   Gate
 3/21   P.M. 10:10    TFr9         Front   Gate
.3/21   P.M. 10:20    -lFr         Front   Gate
 3/21   P.M. 10:30    TFr9         Front   Gate
 3/21   P.M. 10:40    I-FP9        Front   Gate
 3/21   P.M. 10:50    TF•9         Front   Gate
 3/21   P.M. 11:00    -FIIr        Front   Gate
3/21   P.M. 11:10   IEP    Front   Gate
3/21   P.M. 11:20   IFP    Front   Gate
3/21   P.M. 11:30   iFr    Front   Gate
3/21   P.M. 11:40   iFr    Front   Gate
3/21   P.M. 11:50    EP9   Front   Gate
3/22   A.M. 0:00    IEP9   Front   Gate
3/22   A.M. 0:10    Ifp    Front   Gate
3/22   A.M. 0:20    EP9    Front   Gate
3/22   A.M .0:30    IFP    Front   Gate
3/22   A.M. 0:40    I P9   Front   Gate
3/22   A.M. 0:50    T      Front   Gate
3/22   A.M. 1:00    TEP    Front   Gate
3/22   A.M. 1:10    IFP    Front   Gate
3/22   A.M. 1:20     EP    Front   Gate
3/22   A.M. 1:30    EP9    Front   Gate
3/22   A.M. 1:40    Tr9    Front   Gate
3/22   A.M. 1:50    IFP9   Front   Gate
3/22   A.M. 2:00    iFP9   Front   Gate
3/22   A.M. 2:10    lEP    Front   Gate
3/22   A.M. 2:20    IEP9   Front   Gate
3/22   A.M. 2:30    tEP9   Front   Gate
3/22   A.M. 2:40    ITP9   Front   Gate
3/22   A.M. 2:50    1 r9   Front   Gate
3/22   A.M. 3:00    tEF9   Front   Gate
3/22   A.M. 3:10    T 9    Front   Gate
3/22   A.M. 3:20    T P9   Front   Gate
3/22   A.M. 3:30    T F9   Front   Gate
3/22   A.M. 3:40    iEp9   Front   Gate
3/22   A.M. 3:50    IEP9   Front   Gate
3/22   A.M. 4:00    lE     Front   Gate
3/22   A.M. 4:10     EP    Front   Gate
3/22   A.M. 4:20    T P9   Front   Gate
3/22   A.M. 4:30    IFP    Front   Gate
3/22   A.M. 4:40    t P9   Front   Gate
3/22   A.M. 4:50    T 9    Front   Gate
3/22   A.M. 5:00    IFP    Front   Gate
3/22   A.M. 5:10    TP9    Front   Gate
3/22   A.M. 5:20    T P9   Front   Gate
3/22   A.M. 5:30     EP9   Front   Gate
3/22   A.M. 5:40    mEP    Front   Gate
3/22   A.M. 5:50    Tr9    Front   Gate
3/22   A.M. 6:00    IFP    Front   Gate
3/22   A.M. 6:10    T F9   Front   Gate
3/22   A.M. 6:20    iFr    Front   Gate
3/22 A.M. 6:30      T F9   Front Gate
3/22 A.M. 6:40      IFP    Front Gate
3/22 A.M. 6:50      IFP    Front Gate
3/22 A.M. 7:00      IF P   Front Gate
3/22 A.M. 7:10       Tr9j           Front Gate
3/22 A.M. 7:20       TFP9           Front Gate
3/22 A.M. 7:30       ITFI           Front Gate
3/22 A.M. 7:40       T-FP9          Front Gate
3/22 A.M. 7:50       TF r           Front Gate
3/22 A.M. 8:00       TFr9           Front Gate
3/22 A.M. 8:10       T-F r9         Front Gate
3/22   A.M.   8:20   IF r9          Front   Gate
3/22   A.M.   8:30   TFP9           Front   Gate
3/22   A.M.   8:40   TEPr           Front   Gate
3/22   A.M.   8:50   -EPr           Front   Gate
3/22   A.M.   9:00   T-Er           Front   Gate
3/22   A.M.   9:10   T-Fr           Front   Gate
3/22   A.M.   9:20   TEr            Front   Gate
3/22   A.M.   9:30   T r9           Front   Gate
3/22   A.M.   9:40   -FP9           Front   Gate
3/22 A.M. 9:50       T-F      ___   Front Gate
3/22   A.M. 10:00    TFr9           Front   Gate
3/22   A.M. 10:10    TEP9           Front   Gate
3/22   A.M. 10:20    -E]r           Front   Gate
3/22   A.M. 10:30    IFP9           Front   Gate
3/22   A.M. 10:40    TEP9           Front   Gate
3/22   A.M. 10:50    TFP9           Front   Gate
3/22   A.M. 11:00    TFr9           Front   Gate
3/22   A.M. 11:10    TFr9           Front   Gate
3/22   A.M. 11:20    JPF9           Front   Gate
3/22   A.M. 11:30    TEPr           Front   Gate
3/22   A.M. 11:40    TIEr           Front   Gate
3/22   A.M.11:50     TFP9           Front   Gate
3/22   P.M. 0:00     T-Fr           Front   Gate
3/22 P.M. 0:10         r
                     -FEJ           Front Gate
3/22 P.M. 0:20       -FlJr          Front Gate
3/22 P.M. 0:30       IEjP           Front Gate
3/22 A.M. 0:40       T-FP9_         Front Gate
3/22 P.M. 0:50       I-FrE]         Front Gate
3/22   P.M.   1:00   TFP9           Front   Gate
3/22   P.M.   1:10   T1P9           Front   Gate
3/22   P.M.   1:20   TEP9           Front   Gate
3/22   P.M.   1:30   -IEPJ          Front   Gate
3/22   P.M.   1:40   TEP9           Front   Gate
3/22   P.M.   1:50   -lEP9          Front   Gate
3/22 P.M. 2:00       T r9]          Front Gate
3/22   P.M.   2:10   TFP9           Front   Gate
3/22   P.M.   2:20   T P9           Front   Gate
3/22   P.M.   2:30   TFP9           Front   Gate
3/22   P.M.   2:40   TFP9           Front   Gate
3/22 P.M. 2:50       T r9J          Front Gate
3/22 P.M. 3:00       TFP9           Front Gate
3/22 P.M. 3:10       IF9     Front Gate
3/22 P.M. 3:20       T-Fr9   Front Gate
3/22   P.M.   3:30   i-P9    Front   Gate
3/22   P.M.   3:40   ITP9    Front   Gate
3/22   P.M.   3:50   IE-r9   Front   Gate
3/22   P.M.   4:00   I-P9    Front   Gate
3/22   P.M.   4:10   IFP9    Front   Gate
3/22   P.M.   4:20   T-FP    Front   Gate
3/22   P.M.   4:30   IF9     Front   Gate
3/22 P.M. 4:42       T-r9    Front Gate
3/22 P.M. 4:50       _-Fr9   Front Gate
3/22   P.M. 5:00     TF P    Front Gate
3/22   P.M. 5:30     T-FP9   Front Gate
3/22   P.M. 5:40     T-FP    Front Gate
3/22   P.M. 5:50     TFP9    Front Gate
3/22   P.M. 6:00     TFP9    Front Gate
3/22   P.M. 6:10     TFP9    Front Gate
3/22   P.M. 6:20      E-P9   Front Gate
3/22   P.M.6:30       E-P9   Front Gate
3/22   P.M. 6:40     E-P9    Front Gate
3/22   P.M. 6:50     TFP9    Front Gate
3/22   P.M. 7:00     TFP9    Front Gate
3/22   P.M. 7:10     TFP9    Front Gate
3/22   P.M. 7:20     T-F9    Front Gate
3/22   P.M. 7:30     TFP9    Front Gate
3/22   P.M. 7:40     T-F9    Front Gate
3/22   P.M. 7:50     -FP9    Front Gate
3/22   P.M. 8:00     T-r9    Front Gate
3/22   P.M. 8:10     TFP9    Front Gate
3/22   P.M. 8:20     T-r9    Front Gate
3/22   P.M. 8:30     TEP9    Front Gate
3/22   P.M. 8:40     T-r9    Front Gate
3/22   P.M. 8:50     IE-r9   Front Gate
3/22   P.M. 9:00     TF P    Front Gate
3/22   P.M .9:10     TF P    Front Gate
3/22   P.M. 9:20     IFP9    Front Gate
3/22   P.M. 9:30     -FP9    Front Gate
3/22   P.M. 9:40     IFP9    Front Gate
3/22   P.M. 9:50     T-P9    Front Gate
3/22   P.M. 10:00    l-FP    Front Gate
3/22   P.M. 10:10    l-FP9   Front Gate
3/22   P.M. 10:20    T-P9    Front Gate
3/22   P.M. 10:30    T-P9    Front Gate
3/22   P.M. 10:40    TFP9    Front Gate
3/22   P.M. 10:50    T-r9    Front Gate
3/22   P.M. 11:00    T-P9    Front Gate
3/23   A.M. 0:00     T-P9    Front Gate
3/23   A.M. 0:10     -FP9    Front Gate
3/23   A.M. 0:20   TIEr        Front   Gate
3/23   A.M .0:30     I E]      Front   Gate
3/23   A.M. 0:40     iE        Front   Gate
3/23   A.M. 0:50   1E]         Front   Gate
3/23   A.M. 1:00   iFrE        Front   Gate
3/23   A.M. 1:10   i-FrE       Front   Gate
3/23   A.M. 1:20   1-F         Front   Gate
3/23   A.M. 1:30   TFr9        Front   Gate
3/23   A.M. 1:40   I-Fl9       Front   Gate
3/23   A.M. 1:50   IE-rJ       Front   Gate
3/23   A.M. 2:00   I-FEJ       Front   Gate
3/23   A.M. 2:10   I-F rEJ.    Front   Gate
3/23   A.M. 2:20   IF rP       Front   Gate
3/23   A.M. 2:30   iEPr        Front   Gate
3/23   A.M. 2:40    iE-r      iFront   Gate
3/23   A.M. 2:50   IFrP        Front   Gate
3/23   A.M. 3:00   TFr9        Front   Gate
3/23   A.M. 3:10   iFPE]       Front   Gate
3/23   A.M. 3:20   l-FPr       Front   Gate
3/23   A.M. 3:30     IEPr      Front   Gate
3/23   A.M. 3:40    E-
                     rJ        Front   Gate
3/23   A.M. 3:50   IF rP       Front   Gate
3/23   A.M. 4:00   iEjI        Front   Gate
3/23   A.M. 4:10   IE-r9       Front   Gate
3/23   A.M. 4:20   IE-rI       Front   Gate
3/23   A.M. 4:30   iE-I        Front   Gate
3/23   A.M. 4:40   iEPI        Front   Gate
3/23   A.M. 4:50   iEJI        Front   Gate
3/23   A.M. 5:00   iEPI        Front   Gate
3/23   A.M. 5:10   lIE r       Front   Gate
3/23   A.M. 5:20   iEr9        Front   Gate
3/23   A.M. 5:30   TIErP       Front   Gate
3/23   A.M. 5:40   iE-rP       Front   Gate
3/23   A.M. 5:50     rJ
                   -IE         Front   Gate
3/23   A.M. 6:00   IE-Ir       Front   Gate
3/23   A.M. 6:10   iEJI        Front   Gate
3/23   A.M. 6:20   IEr9J       Front   Gate
3/23   A.M. 6:30   IE P9       Front   Gate
3/23   A.M. 6:40    -ITE 9     Front   Gate
3/23   A.M. 6:50    -IEr1      Front   Gate
3/23   A.M. 7:00   l-E Pr      Front   Gate
3/23   A.M. 7:10   liE ]       Front   Gate
3/23   A.M. 7:20   IEPIg       Front   Gate
3/23   A.M. 7:30       P
                    -I E       Front   Gate
3/23   A.M. 7:40   TIEr        Front   Gate
3/23   A.M. 7:50   IEPrI       Front   Gate
3/23   A.M. 8:00   -IEr1       Front   Gate
3/23   A.M. 8:10   lE-Ir       Front   Gate
3/23 A.M. 8:20        TF I]        Front Gate
3/23 A.M. 8:30        TE]          Front Gate
3/23   A.M.   8:40    T            Front Gate
3/23   A.M.   8:50    T 1`9Front         Gate
3/23   A.M.   9:00    TF 1J        Front Gate
3/23   A.M.   9:10    iE P9        Front Gate
3/23 A.M. 9:20        TFP9         Front Gate
3/23 A.M. 9:30        TE`          Front Gate
3/23 A.M. 9:40        TP9          Front Gate
3/23 A.M. 9:50        _ P9 _       Front Gate
3/23 A.M. 10:00        EI          Front Gate
3/23 A.M. 10:10       i-P9         Front Gate
3/23 A.M.     10:20   T P9         Front Gate
3/23 A.M.     10:30   T P9         Front Gate
3/23 A.M.     10:40   TF9          Front Gate
3/23 A.M.     10:50   TEP          Front Gate
3/23 A.M.     11:00   T1`9         Front Gate
3/23 A.M.     11:10   I-F9         Front Gate
3/23 A.M. 11:20       TP9          Front   Gate
3/23 A.M. 11:30       i1`          Front   Gate
3/23 A.M. 11:40        EP9         Front   Gate
3/23 A.M.11:50        T P9         Front   Gate
3/23 P.M. 0:00        TPI          Front Gate
3/23 P.M. 0:10        T P9         Front Gate
3/23 P.M. 0:20        T P9         Front Gate
3/23 P.M. 0:30        TPI          Front Gate
3/23 A.M. 0:40        T1`          Front Gate
3/23 P.M. 0:50        T P9         Front Gate
3/23 P.M. 1:00        T 9          Front Gate
3/23 P.M. 1:10        TEP          Front Gate
3/23   P.M. 1:20      TE`          Front Gate
3/23   P.M. 1:30      TP9          Front Gate
3/23   P.M. 1:40       EP          Front Gate
3/23   P.M. 1:50      T            Front Gate
3/23   P.M. 2:00      T            Front Gate
3/23   P.M. 2:10      TP9          Front Gate
3/23   P.M. 2:20      Tr9          Front Gate
3/23   P.M. 2:30      TP9          Front Gate
3/23   P.M. 2:40      TEP          Front Gate
3/23 P.M. 2:50        TEP          Front Gate
3/23 P.M. 3:00        TP9          Front Gate
3/23 P.M. 3:10        T P9         Front Gate
3/23 P.M. 3:20        Tr9          Front Gate
3/23 P.M. 3:30        T 9          Front Gate
3/23 P.M. 3:40        T F9         Front Gate
3/23 P.M. 3:50        TEP9         Front Gate
3/23 P.M. 4:00        T P9         Front Gate
3/23 P.M. 4:10        T 9          Front Gate
3/23   P.M.   4:20    T-F9           Front   Gate
3/23   P.M.   4:30    ITP9           Front   Gate
3/23   P.M.   4:40    T-P9           Front   Gate
3/23   P.M.   4:50    ITr9           Front   Gate
3/23   P.M.   5:00    1E P9          Front   Gate
3/23   P.M.   5:10    IE-F9          Front   Gate
3/23   P.M.   5:20    I-F 9          Front   Gate
3/23   P.M.   5:30    T-Fr           Front   Gate
3/23 P.M. 5:40        I-F_9          Front Gate
3/23   P.M.   5:50    T-F9           Front   Gate
3/23   P.M.   6:00    T-P9           Front   Gate
3/23   P.M.   6:10    I-F9           Front   Gate
3/23   P.M.   6:20    T-F9           Front   Gate
3/23   P.M.   6:30    IEF9           Front   Gate
3/23   P.M.   6:40    i-F            Front   Gate
3/23   P.M.   6:50    TFP9           Front   Gate
3/23   P.M.   7:00    I-F9           Front   Gate
3/23   P.M.   7:10    I-F9           Front   Gate
3/23 P.M. 7:20        __-P9          Front Gate
3/23 P.M. 7:30         E P9          Front Gate
3/23 P.M. 7:40        __-P9          Front Gate
3/23 P.M. 7:50        IE-r9          Front Gate
3/23 P.M. 8:00        IE-rg          Front Gate
3/23 P.M. 8:10         EP9           Front Gate
3/23 P.M. 8:20        __-P9          Front Gate
3/23 P.M. 8:30         E-F9          Front Gate
3/23 P.M. 8:40        TF9            Front Gate
3/23 P.M. 8:50        IiF9           Front Gate
3/23 P.M. 9:00        TFP9           Front Gate
3/23 P.M .9:10        T-P9           Front Gate
3/23 P.M. 9:20        T-P9           Front Gate
3/23 P.M. 9:30        IE-P9          Front Gate
3/23 P.M. 9:40        T-P9           Front Gate
3/23   P.M.   9:50    TFP9           Front   Gate
3/23   P.M.   10:00   T-F9           Front   Gate
3/23   P.M.   10:10   T-F9           Front   Gate
3/23   P.M.   10:20   T-F9           Front   Gate
3/23   P.M.   10:30   T-F9           Front   Gate
3/23   P.M.   10:40   T-P9           Front   Gate
3/23   P.M.   10:50   T P9           Front   Gate
3/23   P.M.   11:00   i-FP9          Front   Gate
3/23   P.M.   11:10   T-P9           Front   Gate
3/23   P.M.   11:20   lEP9           Front   Gate
3/23 P.M.     11:30   l-FP9          Front Gate
3/23 P.M. 11:40       IFP9           Front Gate
3/23 P.M. 11:50       _-FP9          Front Gate
3/24 A.M. 0:00        ITF9           Front Gate
3/24 A.M. 0:10        _       _FP9   Front Gate
3/24 A.M. 0:20       TFP9     Front Gate
3/24 A.M .0:30       T-P9     Front Gate
3/24 A.M. 0:40       T-FP9    Front Gate
3/24 A.M. 0:50       TFP      Front Gate
3/24 A.M. 1:00       ___P9    Front Gate
3/24 A.M. 1:10       TFP9     Front Gate
3/24 A.M. 1:20       IFP9     Front Gate
3/24 A.M.     1:30   T-FP9    Front Gate
3/24   A.M.   1:40   I-F9     Front   Gate
3/24   A.M.   1:50   T-F9     Front   Gate
3/24   A.M.   2:00     E P9   Front   Gate
3/24   A.M.   2:10   T-P9     Front   Gate
3/24   A.M.   2:20   TFP      Front   Gate
3/24   A.M.   2:30   I-FP     Front   Gate
3/24   A.M.   2:40   iE-9     Front   Gate
3/24   A.M.   2:50   IT-F9    Front   Gate
3/24   A.M.   3:00    E P9    Front   Gate
3/24   A.M.   3:10   TF P     Front   Gate
3/24   A.M.   3:20   TFP9     Front   Gate
3/24 A.M. 3:30       __-F9    Front Gate
3/24 A.M. 3:40       TEP9     Front Gate
3/24 A.M. 3:50       T-FP9    Front Gate
3/24   A.M.   4:00   T-FP9    Front   Gate
3/24   A.M.   4:10   T-F9     Front   Gate
3/24   A.M.   4:20   TFP9     Front   Gate
3/24   A.M.   4:30   T-P9     Front   Gate
3/24   A.M.   4:40   IE-9     Front   Gate
3/24   A.M.   4:50   T-P9     Front   Gate
3/24   A.M.   5:00   T-F9     Front   Gate
3/24   A.M.   5:10   TFP9     Front   Gate
3/24   A.M.   5:20   TFP9     Front   Gate
3/24   A.M.   5:30   I-FP     Front   Gate
3/24   A.M.   5:40   TFP9     Front   Gate
3/24 A.M. 5:50       ITFP9    Front Gate
3/24   A.M.   6:00   l-EP9    Front   Gate
3/24   A.M.   6:10   TFP9     Front   Gate
3/24   A.M.   6:20   ITP9     Front   Gate
3/24   A.M.   6:30   IE-P9    Front   Gate
3/24 A.M. 6:40       T-FP9    Front Gate
3/24 A.M. 6:50       T-FP     Front Gate
3/24 A.M. 7:00       _-FP9    Front Gate
3/24 A.M. 7:10       T- P9    Front Gate
3/24 A.M. 7:20       T-FP9    Front Gate
3/24 A.M. 7:30       T-P9     Front Gate
3/24   A.M.   7:40   T-P9     Front   Gate
3/24   A.M.   7:50   TFP9     Front   Gate
3/24   A.M.   8:00   I-FP     Front   Gate
3/24   A.M.   8:10   fFp9     Front   Gate
3/24 A.M. 8:20        1E                      Front Gate
3/24 A.M. 8:30        -Fr9                    Front Gate
3/24 A.M. 8:40        TFP9                    Front Gate
*3/24 A.M. 8:50       1EP9                    Front   Gate
3/24   A.M.   9:00    -EP9                    Front   Gate
3/24   A.M.   9:10    IT E]                   Front   Gate
3/24   A.M.   9:20    1E]                     Front   Gate
3/24   A.M.   9:30    ifEP                    Front   Gate
3/24   A.M.   9:40     -IEP9                  Front   Gate
3/24   A.M.   9:50      FP9                   Front   Gate
3/24   A.M.   10:00   TEr                     Front   Gate
3/24   A.M.   10:10   iFr]                    Front   Gate
3/24   A.M.   10:20   1EFP9                   Front   Gate
3/24   A.M.   10:30   1FP9                    Front   Gate
3/24   A.M.   10:40     FP9                   Front   Gate
3/24   A.M.   10:50   T-P9                    Front   Gate
3/24   A.M.   11:00   1EP                     Front   Gate
3/24   A.M.   11:10     Er9                   Front   Gate
3/24   A.M.   11:20   TrE                     Front   Gate
3/24   A.M.   11:30   1Er9                    Front   Gate
3/24   A.M.   11:40   IET9                    Front   Gate
3/24   A.M.   11:50   -EP9                    Front   Gate
3/24   P.M.   0:00    ITFP                    Front   Gate
3/24   P.M.   0:10     IFrEP                  Front   Gate
3/24 P.M. 0:20        1EFrl               _   Front Gate
3/24 P.M. 0:30        iEr                     Front Gate
3/24 A.M. 0:40        1E9                     Front Gate
3/24 P.M. 0:50        1 F9                    Front Gate
3/24 P.M. 1:00         P9
                      TE                      Front Gate
3/24 P.M. 1:10        _-F           __j       Front Gate
3/24 P.M. 1:20         -FEr9                  Front Gate
3/24 P.M. 1:30        !EP9                    Front Gate
3/24 P.M. 1:40        T_ P9                   Front Gate
3/24   P.M.   1:50    Tr9                     Front Gate
3/24   P.M.   2:00    ITFP9                   Front Gate
3/24   P.M.   2:10    1FEP9                   Front Gate
3/24   P.M.   2:20    k     -Ifi              Seismic-isolated Building
3/24   P.M.   2:30    k MR-4,1'ii             Seismic-isolated Building
3/24   P.M.   2:50    ITEP                    Front Gate
3/24   P.M.   3:00    1Er                     Front Gate
3/24   P.M.   3:10    1EPr                    Front Gate
3/24   P.M.   3:20    TFP9                    Front Gate
3/24   P.M.   3:30    TFr                     Front Gate
3/24   P.M.   3:40    IFTP9                   Front Gate
3/24   P.M.   3:50      EIP9                  Front Gate
3/24   P.M.   4:00      F P9                  Front Gate
3/24   P.M.   4:10    IFT 9                   Front Gate
3/24   P.M.   4:20    1FP9                    Front Gate
3/24 P.M. 4:30        I-FEr         Front Gate
3/24 P.M. 4:40         -FPEP        Front Gate
3/24 P.M. 4:50        IF r9         Front Gate
3/24 P.M. 5:00        lE r9         Front Gate
3/24   P.M.   5:10    l-FIr         Front   Gate
3/24   P.M.   5:20    -FEP9         Front   Gate
3/24   P.M.   5:30    -Fr~9         Front   Gate
3/24   P.M.   5:40    -Fr9          Front   Gate
3/24   P.M.   5:50    IF P]         Front   Gate
3/24   P.M.   6:00    T-IE          Front   Gate
3/24 P.M. 6:10           P9    _E   Front Gate
3/24   P.M.   6:20    -FrEJ         Front   Gate
3/24   P.M.   6:30      IEP9        Front   Gate
3/24   P.M.   6:40    IEP9          Front   Gate
3/24   P.M.   6:50    i-FE]         Front   Gate
3/24   P.M.   7:00    IFEP9         Front   Gate
3/24   P.M.   7:10     IEP          Front   Gate
3/24   P.M.   7:20    -E]F          Front   Gate
3/24   P.M.   7:30    IFEP9         Front   Gate
3/24   P.M.   7:40    IFEJ9         Front   Gate
3/24   P.M.   7:50    IEJ           Front   Gate
3/24   P.M.   8:00    IFPEJ         Front   Gate
3/24   P.M.   8:10    IFEP9         Front   Gate
3/24   P.M.   8:20    IFlEP         Front   Gate
3/24 P.M. 8:30           r
                       _-IE]        Front Gate
3/24 P.M. 8:40        lEP9          Front Gate
3/24 P.M. 8:50         -FEP         Front Gate
3/24 P.M. 9:00        IF r9         Front Gate
3/24 P.M .9:10           P9
                          _E        Front Gate
3/24   P.M.   9:20    I-FlP         Front   Gate
3/24   P.M.   9:30    IFlEP         Front   Gate
3/24   P.M.   9:40    IFlEP         Front   Gate
3/24   P.M.   9:50    E P9          Front   Gate
3/24   P.M.   10:00    -FlP9        Front   Gate
3/24   P.M.   10:10   IFlEP         Front   Gate
3/24   P.M.   10:20   -F J          Front   Gate
3/24   P.M.   10:30   IFP           Front   Gate
3/24   P.M.   10:40   IF 9          Front   Gate
3/24   P.M.   10:50   -Fl 9         Front   Gate
3/24   P.M.   11:00   IEP9          Front   Gate
3/24   P.M.   11:10   -F 9          Front   Gate
3/24   P.M.   11:20   I-FP9         Front   Gate
3/24   P.M.   11:30   IFr•P         Front   Gate
3/24   P.M.   11:40   l-IEP         Front   Gate
3/24   P.M.   11:50   lE P9         Front   Gate
3/25   A.M.   0:00    lE P9         Front   Gate
3/25   A.M.   0:10    lEr9          Front   Gate
3/25   A.M.   0:20    JE P9         Front   Gate
3/25 A.M .0:30     TFP9         Front Gate
3/25 A.M. 0:40     TFP9         Front Gate
3/25 A.M. 0:50     IFP9         Front Gate
3/25 A.M. 1:00     IE P9        Front Gate
3/25 A.M. 1:10     T-FP         Front Gate
3/25 A.M. 1:20     I-Fr         Front Gate
3/25 A.M. 1:30      TEP9        Front Gate
3/25 A.M. 1:40      TFP9        Front Gate
3/25 A.M. 1:50     IFlEP        Front Gate
3/25 A.M. 2:00      FiEEP       Front Gate
3/25 A.M. 2:10     TF P         Front Gate
3/25 A.M. 2:20     IE r9        Front Gate
3/25 A.M. 2:30     TFP9         Front Gate
3/25 A.M. 2:40     TFP9         Front Gate
3/25 A.M. 2:50     TEP          Front Gate
3/25   A.M. 3:00   -EP9         Front Gate
3/25   A.M. 3:10   TPE9         Front Gate
3/25   A.M. 3:20   IE 1         Front Gate
3/25   A.M. 3:30   TFP9         Front Gate
3/25 A.M. 3:40     -F P9        Front Gate
3/25 A.M. 3:50     TEP9         Front Gate
3/25 A.M. 4:00     T r9]        Front   Gate
3/25 A.M. 4:10     T_ __        Front   Gate
3/25 A.M. 4:20     TFP9         Front   Gate
3/25 A.M. 4:30     TEP9         Front   Gate
3/25 A.M. 4:40     T P9         Front Gate
3/25 A.M. 4:50     TFP9         Front Gate
3/25 A.M. 5:00     T P9         Front Gate
3/25 A.M. 5:10     I- EP        Front Gate
3/25 A.M. 5:20      FEP9        Front Gate
3/25   A.M. 5:30    IEP9        Front Gate
3/25   A.M. 5:40   I- EP        Front Gate
3/25   A.M. 5:50   T-FP         Front Gate
3/25   A.M. 6:00   l-FEr        Front Gate
3/25   A.M. 6:10   I-lEP        Front Gate
3/25 A.M. 6:20     IEP          Front Gate
3/25 A.M. 6:30     EP           Front Gate
3/25 A.M. 6:40     TFP9         Front Gate
3/25 A.M. 6:50     T_      __   Front Gate
3/25 A.M. 7:00     TFP9         Front Gate
3/25 A.M. 7:10     IEP9         Front Gate
3/25 A.M. 7:20     T-FP         Front Gate
3/25 A.M. 7:30     TFP9         Front Gate
3/25 A.M. 7:40     IF r9        Front Gate
3/25 A.M. 7:50     TFi9         Front Gate
3/25 A.M. 8:00     TFP9         Front Gate
3/25 A.M. 8:10     TFP9         Front Gate
3/25 A.M. 8:20     IFP9         Front Gate
3/25   A.M.   8:30    TFP9                  Front   Gate
3/25   A.M.   8:40    I-FEr                 Front   Gate
3/25   A.M.   8:50     -E P9                Front   Gate
3/25   A.M.   9:00    T-r9                  Front   Gate
3/25   A.M.   9:10    TEP9                  Front   Gate
3/25   A.M.   9:20    IF P                  Front   Gate
3/25   A.M.   9:30     ITEr                 Front   Gate
3/25   A.M.   9:40    T-FP                  Front   Gate
3/25   A.M.   9:50    I-Fr9                 Front   Gate
3/25   A.M.   10:00   -E9                   Front   Gate
3/25   A.M.   10:10    iEP9                 Front   Gate
3/25   A.M.   10:20   TEP9                  Front   Gate
3/25   A.M.   10:30   TFP9                  Front   Gate
3/25   A.M.   10:40   TFP9                  Front   Gate
3/25   A.M.   10:50   TIP9                  Front   Gate
3/25 A.M. 11:00       T P9                  Front Gate
3/25   A.M.   11:10   !FPEP                 Front   Gate
3/25   A.M.   11:20   TFP9                  Front   Gate
3/25   A.M.   11:30   IEr9                  Front   Gate
3/25   A.M.   11:40   TFP9                  Front   Gate
3/25   A.M.   11:50   IT E9                 Front   Gate
3/25   P.M.   0:00      iEP9                Front   Gate.
3/25   P.M.   0:10    TFP9                  Front   Gate
3/25   P.M.   0:20     I-Fr                 Front   Gate
3/25   P.M.   0:30    i-FE]                 Front   Gate
3/25   A.M.   0:40    TiP9                  Front   Gate
3/25   P.M.   0:50    IEr9                  Front   Gate
3/25 P.M. 1:00         ____                 Front Gate
3/25   P.M.   1:10    IFlEP                 Front   Gate
3/25   P.M.   1:20    -FlP9                 Front   Gate
3/25   P.M.   1:30    -EP9                  Front   Gate
3/25   P.M.   1:40         IEP9             Front   Gate
3/25   P.M.   1:50    -EP9                  Front   Gate
3/25   P.M.   2:00    -FEP9                 Front   Gate
3/25 P.M. 2:10              r9     _E       Front Gate
3/25 P.M. 2:20         _-            __P9   Front Gate
3/25 P.M. 2:30        IFlEP                 Front Gate
3/25 P.M. 2:40        IFlEP                 Front Gate
3/25 P.M. 2:50        lIEP                  Front Gate
3/25 P.M. 3:00        -l P9          _      Front Gate
3/25 P.M. 3:10        TiP9                  Front Gate
3/25 P.M. 3:20         _-_E P9              Front Gate
3/25 P.M. 3:30        IFrP                  Front Gate
3/25 P.M. 3:40        !E P9                 Front Gate
3/25 P.M. 3:50         _          __r9      Front Gate
3/25 P.M. 4:00        IFr•P                 Front Gate
3/25 P.M. 4:10         IE P9                Front Gate
3/25 P.M. 4:20        IF P                  Front Gate
3/25 P.M. 4:30       ITP9    Front Gate
3/25 P.M. 4:40       T P9    Front Gate
3/25   P.M.   4:50   TP9     Front   Gate
3/25   P.M.   5:00   jEr     Front   Gate
3/25   P.M.   5:10   T r9    Front   Gate
3/25   P.M.   5:20   T F9    Front   Gate
3/25 P.M. 5:30       T r9    Front Gate
3/25   P.M. 5:40     T P9    Front   Gate
3/25   P.M. 5:50     iEr9    Front   Gate
3/25   P.M. 6:00     Tr9     Front   Gate
3/25   P.M. 6:10      EP     Front   Gate
3/25   P.M. 6:20     T       Front   Gate
3/25   P.M. 6:30      T9     Front   Gate
3/25   P.M. 6:40      EP     Front   Gate
3/25   P.M. 6:50     TP9     Front   Gate
3/25   P.M. 7:00     IEP     Front   Gate
3/25   P.M. 7:10     TP9     Front   Gate
3/25   P.M. 7:20     T r9    Front   Gate
3/25   P.M. 7:30     T 9     Front   Gate
3/25   P.M. 7:40     iE      Front   Gate
3/25   P.M. 7:50      E 9    Front   Gate
3/25   P.M. 8:00     T P9    Front   Gate
3/25   P.M. 8:10     TFP     Front   Gate
3/25   P.M. 8:20     T       Front   Gate
3/25   P.M. 8:30     T P9    Front   Gate
3/25   P.M. 8:40     TE9     Front   Gate
3/25   P.M. 8:50     IP9     Front   Gate
3/25   P.M. 9:00     TP9     Front   Gate
3/25   P.M .9:10      EP     Front   Gate
3/25   P.M. 9:20     IEP     Front   Gate
3/25   P.M. 9:30     TEP     Front   Gate
3/25   P.M. 9:40     IFP9    Front   Gate
3/25   P.M. 9:50     Tr9     Front   Gate
3/25   P.M. 10:00    IFP     Front   Gate
3/25   P.M. 10:10    TP9     Front   Gate
3/25   P.M. 10:20    IFr     Front   Gate
3/25   P.M. 10:30     Fr9    Front   Gate
3/25   P.M. 10:40     .EP9   Front   Gate
3/25   P.M. 10:50    T       Front   Gate
3/25   P.M. 11:00    T P9    Front   Gate
3/25   P.M. 11:10    IFP     Front   Gate
3/25   P.M. 11:20     Er9    Front   Gate
3/25   P.M. 11:30    Tr9     Front   Gate
3/25   P.M. 11:40     Fr9    Front   Gate
3/25   P.M. 11:50    TP9     Front   Gate
3/26   A.M. 0:00     TEP     Front   Gate
3/26 A.M. 0:10       T r9    Front Gate
3/26 A.M. 0:20       EFr9    Front Gate
3/26 A.M .0:30       _-FPI   Front Gate
3/26 A.M. 0:40       I-FPI   Front Gate
3/26 A.M. 0:50       T-PI    Front Gate
3/26 A.M.     1:00   T-P9    Front Gate
3/26 A.M. 1:10       T-r9    Front Gate
3/26 A.M.     1:20   T-P9    Front Gate
3/26   A.M.   1:30   T-P9    Front   Gate
3/26   A.M.   1:40   1-P9    Front   Gate
3/26   A.M.   1:50   T-P9    Front   Gate
3/26   A.M.   2:00   T-r9    Front   Gate
3/26 A.M. 2:10       T-r9    Front Gate
3/26 A.M. 2:20       IE-r9   Front Gate
3/26 A.M. 2:30       T- r9   Front Gate
3/26 A.M. 2:40        E P9   Front Gate
3/26 A.M. 2:50       T-P9    Front Gate
3/26 A.M. 3:00       IT-F9   Front Gate
3/26   A.M.   3:10     E
                      -F     Front   Gate
3/26   A.M.   3:20   TFP9    Front   Gate
3/26   A.M.   3:30   l-FP    Front   Gate
3/26   A.M.   3:40   I-Fr    Front   Gate
3/26   A.M.   3:50   T-Frl   Front   Gate
3/26 A.M. 4:00       T-r9    Front Gate
3/26 A.M. 4:10       T-Fr    Front Gate
3/26 A.M. 4:20       T-r9    Front Gate
3/26 A.M. 4:30       IE-r9   Front Gate
3/26 A.M. 4:40       T-r9    Front Gate
3/26 A.M. 4:50       T-r9    Front Gate
3/26 A.M. 5:00       T-Fr9   Front Gate
3/26 A.M. 5:10       1-r9    Front Gate
3/26 A.M. 5:20       1-r9    Front Gate
3/26 A.M. 5:30        E
                     -9      Front Gate
3/26 A.M. 5:40       1-r9    Front Gate
3/26 A.M. 5:50       TEP9    Front Gate
3/26 A.M. 6:00       T-r9    Front Gate
3/26 A.M. 6:10       T-F9    Front Gate
3/26 A.M. 6:20       TEP9    Front Gate
3/26 A.M. 6:30       T-Fl    Front Gate
3/26   A.M.   6:40   T-r9    Front   Gate
3/26   A.M.   6:50   I-FPr   Front   Gate
3/26   A.M.   7:00    E
                      -9     Front   Gate
3/26   A.M.   7:10   i-Er    Front   Gate
3/26 A.M. 7:20       T-r9    Front Gate
3/26   A.M.   7:30   I-Fr9   Front   Gate
3/26   A.M.   7:40   IE-9    Front   Gate
3/26   A.M.   7:50    E
                     -9      Front   Gate
3/26   A.M.   8:00    Er9    Front   Gate
3/26 A.M. 8:10       T-r9    Front Gate
3/26 A.M. 8:20       i-Fr9   Front Gate
3/26   A.M.   8:30    TEPI                            Front Gate
3/26   A.M.   8:40    IE                              Front Gate
3/26   A.M.   8:50    T-rl                            Front Gate
3/26   A.M.   9:00    T-F9                            Front Gate
3/26   A.M.   9:10    IFr9                            Front Gate
3/26   A.M.   9:20    IT-rE                           Front Gate
3/26   A.M.   9:30    TF P                            Front Gate
3/26   A.M.   9:40    TFr9                            Front Gate
3/26   A.M.   9:50    TEr                             Front Gate
3/26   A.M.   10:00   TFP9                            Front Gate
3/26   A.M.   10:10   IE-r9                           Front Gate
3/26   A.M.   10:20   T r9                            Front Gate
3/26   A.M.   10:30   TF r                            Front Gate
3/26   A.M.   10:40   TF P                            Front Gate
3/26   A.M.   10:50   IiFr9                           Front Gate
3/26   A.M.   11:00   TE                              Front Gate
3/26   A.M.   11:10   2rqum*::,',A I                  N/A
3/26   A.M.   11:20   A                               West Gate
3/26   A.M.   11:30   W9                              West Gate
3/26   A.M.   11:40   2rg                             West Gate
3/26   A.M.   11:50   W                               West Gate
3/26 P.M. 0:00        A r_                            West Gate
3/26 P.M. 0:10        2g r        _                   West Gate
3/26 P.M. 0:20        2§ r        _                   West Gate
3/26   P.M. 0:30      29 P9                           West Gate
3/26   A.M. 0:40      2 P9        _                   West Gate
3/26   P.M. 0:50      29 P9                           West Gate
3/26   P.M. 1:00       W9                             West Gate
3/26 P.M. 1:10        Rg r9                           West Gate
3/26 P.M. 1:20        29P9                            West Gate
3/26 P.M. 1:30        ?9 F9                           West   Gate
3/26 P.M. 1:40        29 P9                           West   Gate
3/26 P.M. 1:50,       2_              _       _   _   West   Gate
3/26 P.M. 2:00        _ F9    _                       West   Gate
3/26 P.M. 2:10        2 P9    _                       West   Gate
3/26 P.M. 2:20        2 P9    _                       West   Gate
3/26   P.M.   2:30    RM_                             West Gate
3/26   P.M.   2:40    2 P9            _               West Gate
3/26   P.M.   2:50    29 r9                           West Gate
3/26   P.M.
          3:00        2 P9    _                       West Gate
3/26 P.M. 3:10        2 P9    _                       West Gate
3/26 P.M. 3:20        2 P9    _                       West Gate
3/26 P.M. 3:30        g p         _       _           West Gate
3/26 P.M. 3:40        g_      _           _           West Gate
3/26 P.M. 3:50        2 P9    _                       West Gate
.3/26 P.M. 4:00       2 P9    _                       West Gate
3/26 P.M. 4:10        2 P9    _                       West Gate
3/26 P.M. 4:20        2 r9    _                       West Gate
3/26 P.M. 4:30        5]l                      West Gate
3/26 P.M. 4:40        gri                      West Gate
3/26 P.M. 4:50        2 F9    _                West Gate
3/26 P.M. 5:00        2]9         _            West Gate
3/26 P.M. 5:10        29P9                     West Gate
3/26 P.M. 5:20        6                        West Gate
3/26 P.M. 5:30        A ri                     West Gate
3/26 P.M. 5:40        29 P9                    West Gate
3/26 P.M. 5:50        N                        West Gate
3/26 P.M. 6:00        29F                      West Gate
3/26 P.M. 6:10          r9                     West Gate
3/26 P.M. 6:20        29 P9                    West Gate
3/26 P.M. 6:30        29                       West Gate
3/26 P.M. 6:40        29 r9                    West Gate
3/26 P.M. 6:50        29 P9                    West Gate
3/26 P.M. 7:00        29                       West Gate
3/26 P.M. 7:10        29 P9                    West Gate
3/26   P.M.   7:20    29                       West   Gate
3/26   P.M.   7:30    29                       West   Gate
3/26   P.M.   7:40    29                       West   Gate
3/26   P.M.   7:50    29 P9                    West   Gate
3/26   P.M.   8:00    29                       West   Gate
3/26 P.M. 8:10        29              __       West Gate
3/26 P.M. 8:20        29 P9                    West Gate
3/26 P.M. 8:30        ýg F9                    West Gate
3/26 P.M. 8:40        Erl                      West Gate
3/26 P.M. 8:50        5                        West Gate
3/26 P.M. 9:00        29 r9                    West Gate
3/26 P.M .9:10        29 r9                    West Gate
3/26 P.M. 9:20        2]9         _            West Gate
3/26 P.M. 9:30        2r9                      West Gate
3/26 P.M. 9:40        29 r9                    West Gate
3/26 P.M. 9:50        2rl                      West Gate
3/26 P.M. 10:00       29 P9                    West Gate
3/26 P.M. 10:10       Am                       West Gate
3/26 P.M. 10:20       5r9                      West Gate
3/26 P.M. 10:30       2                        West Gate
3/26 P.M. 10:40       29              __       West Gate
3/26 P.M. 10:50       2                        West Gate
3/26 P.M. 11:00       9                        West Gate
3/26 P.M. 11:10                            -   West Gate
3/26   P.M.   11:20   2                        West   Gate
3/26   P.M.   11:30   2                        West   Gate
3/26   P.M.   11:40   2                        West   Gate
3/26   P.M.   11:50   9                        West   Gate
3/27   A.M.   0:00    29                       West   Gate
3/27   A.M.   0:10    9P9                      West   Gate
3/27 A.M. 0:20        29              __       West Gate
3/27   A.M .0:30     gq r9                            West   Gate
3/27   A.M. 0:40        P              _9             West   Gate
3/27   A.M. 0:50        P9_                      __   West   Gate
3/27   A.M. 1:00     9P9                              West   Gate
3/27 A.M. 1:10       E P9                             West Gate
3/27 A.M. 1:20       29F9                             West Gate
3/27 A.M. 1:30       2]9               _              West Gate
3/27 A.M. 1:40       2 P9      _                      West Gate
3/27 A.M. 1:50       N r9                             West Gate
3/27   A.M.   2:00   29 P9                            West   Gate
3/27   A.M.   2:10      P9                            West   Gate
3/27   A.M.   2:20      P9_                      __   West   Gate
3/27   A.M.   2:30      P9_                      __   West   Gate
3/27   A.M.   2:40   E r9                             West   Gate
3/27 A.M. 2:50       ?9r9                             West   Gate
3/27 A.M. 3:00       29 P9                            West Gate
3/27 A.M. 3:10       2 P9      _                      West Gate
3/27 A.M. 3:20       2 P9      _                      West Gate
3/27 A.M. 3:30       ?§ P9                            West Gate
3/27   A.M.   3:40   29 P9                            West Gate
3/27   A.M.   3:50   29 r9                            West Gate
3/27   A.M.   4:00   6 r9                             West Gate
3/27   A.M.   4:10   6 r_                             West Gate
3/27   A.M.   4:20   E 9           _                  West Gate
3/27   A.M.   4:30   _5   P9                          West Gate
3/27   A.M.   4:40   29 r9                            West Gate
3/27 A.M. 4:50        W9                    _         West Gate
3/27 A.M. 5:00       29 r9                            West Gate
3/27 A.M. 5:10       2 P9      _                      West Gate
3/27 A.M. 5:20       2]9               _              West Gate
3/27 A.M. 5:30       29 r9                            West Gate
3/27 A.M. 5:40       ?9 r9                            West Gate
3/27 A.M. 5:50       29 r9                            West Gate
3/27 A.M. 6:00       29 P9                            West Gate
3/27 A.M. 6:10            P9                          West Gate
3/27 A.M. 6:20            P9                _         West Gate
3/27 A.M. 6:30       N]            _        __        West Gate
3/27 A.M. 6:40       2 r9      _                      West Gate
3/27 A.M. 6:50       29 r9                            West Gate
3/27 A.M. 7:00       29 r9                            West Gate
3/27 A.M. 7:10       29 P9                            West Gate
3/27 A.M. 7:20       2 P9      _                      West Gate
3/27 A.M. 7:30       2 r9      _                      West Gate
3/27 A.M. 7:40       29 r9                            West Gate
3/27 A.M. 7:50       2]9               _              West Gate
3/27 A.M. 8:00       EP9                              West Gate
3/27 A.M. 8:10       29 P9                            West Gate
3/27 A.M. 8:20       2]9               _              West Gate
3/27 A.M. 8:30        29 rl                          West Gate
3/27 A.M. 8:40        29 rl                          West Gate
3/27 A.M. 8:50        29 P9                          West Gate
3/27 A.M. 9:00        29_E                           West Gate
3/27 A.M. 9:10        29 r9                          West Gate
3/27 A.M. 9:20        5 P9       _                   West Gate
3/27 A.M. 9:30        2l9                    _       West Gate
3/27 A.M. 9:40        N19                            West Gate
3/27 A.M. 9:50        29 r9                          West Gate
3/27   A.M.   10:00   29r                            West   Gate
3/27   A.M.   10:10   •lf r                          West   Gate
3/27   A.M.   10:20   29r                            West   Gate
3/27   A.M.   10:30   2r9                            West   Gate
3/27   A.M.   10:40   2r9                            West   Gate
3/27   A.M.   10:50   29 r9                          West   Gate
3/27   A.M.   11:00   NF9                            West   Gate
3/27   A.M.   11:10   21r9                           West   Gate
3/27   A.M.   11:20   2r9                            West   Gate
3/27   A.M.   11:30   21r                            West   Gate
3/27   A.M.   11:40   21P                            West   Gate
3/27   A.M.   11:50   2r9                            West   Gate
3/27 P.M. 0:00        29         _               _   West Gate
3/27 P.M. 0:10        2I9                    _       West Gate
3/27 P.M. 0:20        __1            ___9            West Gate
3/27 P.M. 0:30        29 P9                          West Gate
3/27 A.M. 0:40        ?9    _                    _   West Gate
3/27 P.M. 0:50        29    _                    _   West Gate
3/27 P.M. 1:00        ?9 P9                          West Gate
3/27 P.M. 1:10        29 P9                          West Gate
3/27 P.M. 1:20        2 P9               _           West Gate
3/27 P.M. 1:30        E19                            West Gate
3/27 P.M. 1:40        2I9                    _       West Gate
3/27 P.M. 1:50        ? P9               _           West Gate
3/27 P.M. 2:00        2I9E                           West Gate
3/27 P.M. 2:10        99 P9                          West Gate
3/27   P.M.   2:20    2     P9   _                   West   Gate
3/27   P.M.   2:30    5     P9                       West   Gate
3/27   P.M.   2:40    2     P9           _           West   Gate
3/27   P.M.   2:50    2     P9       _               West   Gate
3/27   P.M.   3:00    2     P9       _               West   Gate
3/27 P.M. 3:10        2I9E                           West Gate
3/27 P.M. 3:20        29 _                       _   West Gate
3/27 P.M. 3:30        29 P9                          West Gate
3/27 P.M. 3:40        9 P9       _                   West Gate
3/27 P.M. 3:50        2 _            _           _   West Gate
3/27 P.M. 4:00        219E                           West Gate
3/27 P.M. 4:10        El9                            West Gate
3/27 P.M. 4:20        2l9E                           West Gate
3/27 P.M. 4:30                pq                              West Gate
3/27 P.M. 4:40                F                               West Gate
3/27 P.M. 4:50        2                                       West Gate
3/27 P.M. 5:00        99                                      West Gate
3/27 P.M. 5:10        29                                      West Gate
3/27 P.M. 5:20        2                                       West Gate
3/27 P.M. 5:30        29                                      West Gate
3/27 P.M. 5:40        99                                      West Gate
3/27 P.M. 5:50        2                                       West Gate
3/27 P.M. 6:00            §                                   West Gate
3/27 P.M. 6:10        2                                       West Gate
3/27 P.M. 6:20        9r9                                     West Gate
3/27 P.M. 6:30        2                                       West Gate
3/27 P.M. 6:40        2                                       West Gate
3/27 P.M. 6:50        9P9                                     West Gate
3/27 P.M. 7:00        9                                       West Gate
3/27 P.M. 7:10        2                                       West Gate
3/27 P.M. 7:20        2                                       West Gate
3/27 P.M. 7:30                _               __r9            West Gate
3/27 P.M. 7:40        2                                       West Gate
3/27 P.M. 7:50        frl                                     West Gate
3/27 P.M. 8:00        •           9                           West Gate
3/27 P.M. 8:10        99                                      West Gate
3/27 P.M. 8:20        2                                       West Gate
3/27 P.M. 8:30        29                                      West Gate
3/27 P.M. 8:40        gri                                     West Gate
3/27 P.M. 8:50        99                                      West Gate
3/27 P.M. 9:00        2 P9 _                                  West Gate
3/27 P.M .9:10           P9 _9                                West Gate
3/27 P.M. 9:20        29 P9                                   West Gate
3/27 P.M. 9:30        29 P9                                   West Gate
3/27 P.M. 9:40        2 P9 _                                  West Gate
3/27 P.M. 9:50        29 P9                                   West Gate
3/27 P.M. 10:00       W9                                      West Gate
3/27 P.M. 10:10       EP9                                     West Gate
3/27   P.M.   10:20   29 P9 -                                 West   Gate
3/27   P.M.   10:30   9       F9      _                       West   Gate
3/27   P.M.   10:40   _ P9                _                   West   Gate
3/27   P.M.   10:50   2 F9            _                       West   Gate
3/27 P.M. 11:00       29P9                                    West Gate
3/27 P.M. 11:10               PT _9                           West Gate
3/27 P.M. 11:20       29              _               _       West Gate
3/27 P.M. 11:30       2 P9                _                   West Gate
3/27 P.M. 11:40        W9                         _       _   West Gate
3/27 P.M. 11:50       99 ri                                   West Gate
3/28 A.M. 0:00        2 P9                _                   West Gate
3/28 A.M. 0:10        2 P9                    _               West Gate
3/28 A.M. 0:20        _       r9              _               West Gate
3/28 A.M .0:30       ?9 P9                         West Gate
3/28 A.M. 0:40       _9_   9                       West Gate
3/28 A.M. 0:50       29 P9                         West Gate
3/28 A.M. 1:00       29 r9                         West Gate
3/28 A.M. 1:10       ?9 P9                         West Gate
3/28 A.M. 1:20       ?9        _       _           West Gate
3/28 A.M. 1:30       2]9           _               West Gate
3/28 A.M. 1:40       ?ff P9                        West Gate
3/28 A.M. 1:50       ?9 r9                         West Gate
3/28 A.M. 2:00       29 P9                         West Gate
3/28 A.M. 2:10       29 P9                         West Gate
3/28 A.M. 2:20       Wrg                           West Gate
3/28 A.M. 2:30       ?9 P9                         West Gate
3/28 A.M. 2:40       ?9 P9                         West Gate
3/28 A.M. 2:50       Rq r9                         West Gate
3/28 A.M. 3:00       ?9 P9                         West Gate
3/28 A.M. 3:10       EM                            West Gate
3/28 A.M. 3:20       2 P9      _                   West Gate
3/28 A.M. 3:30       ?]9           _               West Gate
3/28 A.M. 3:40       g         _               _   West Gate
3/28 A.M. 3:50       29 P9                         West Gate
3/28 A.M. 4:00       ?ff P9                        West Gate
3/28   A.M.   4:10   2 r9      _                   West Gate
3/28   A.M.   4:20   EM                            West Gate
3/28   A.M.   4:30   EP9                           West Gate
3/28   A.M.   4:40   ?9 P9                         West Gate
3/28   A.M.   4:50   ?§ P9                         West Gate
3/28   A.M.   5:00   gr_                           West Gate
3/28   A.M.   5:10   29 P9                         West Gate
3/28   A.M.   5:20   29 P9                         West Gate
3/28 A.M. 5:30       99 r9                         West Gate
3/28 A.M. 5:40       29 P9                         West Gate
3/28 A.M. 5:50       ?9 P9                         West Gate
3/28   A.M.   6:00   5P9                           West   Gate
3/28   A.M.   6:10   29 P9                         West   Gate
3/28   A.M.   6:20   29 P9                         West   Gate
3/28   A.M.   6:30   29 P9                         West   Gate
3/28   A.M. 6:40     9ff P9                        West   Gate
3/28 A.M. 6:50       ?9 P9                         West Gate
3/28 A.M. 7:00       99 P9                         West Gate
3/28 A.M. 7:10       99 P9                         West Gate
3/28 A.M. 7:20       99 P9                         West Gate
3/28 A.M. 7:30       _ P9      _                   West Gate
3/28 A.M. 7:40       g         _               _   West Gate
3/28 A.M. 7:50       O         _           _       West Gate
3/28 A.M. 8:00       29 P9                         West Gate
3/28 A.M. 8:10       29 P9                         West Gate
3/28 A.M. 8:20       29 P9                         West Gate
3/28   A.M.   8:30    2rl             West Gate
3/28   A.M.   8:40    99 r9           West Gate
3/28   A.M.   8:50    99 r9           West Gate
3/28   A.M.   9:00    2r9             West Gate
3/28   A.M.   9:10    9r9             West Gate
3/28   A.M.   9:20    9rl             West Gate
3/28   A.M.   9:30    99              West Gate
3/28   A.M.   9:40    29 r9           West Gate
3/28   A.M.   9:50    2r9             West Gate
3/28   A.M.   10:00   2r9             West Gate
3/28   A.M.   10:10   2r9             West Gate
3/28   A.M.   10:20   2r9             West Gate
3/28   A.M.   10:30   9r9             West Gate
3/28   A.M.   10:40   29r             West Gate
3/28   A.M.   10:50    W9             West Gate
3/28   A.M.   11:00   29r             West Gate
3/28   A.M.   11:10   2r9             West Gate
3/28   A.M.   11:20   29r             West Gate
3/28   A.M.   11:30   29 r            West Gate
3/28   A.M.   11:40   21r             West Gate
3/28   A.M.   11:50      99           West Gate
3/28   P.M.   0:00    2rl             West Gate
3/28   P.M.   0:10    99              West Gate
3/28   P.M.   0:20     Pr9            West Gate
3/28   P.M.   0:30    9r9             West Gate
3/28   A.M.   0:40    2r9             West Gate
3/28   P.M.   0:50    2r9             West Gate
3/28   P.M.   1:00    2r9             West Gate
3/28   P.M.   1:10    29              West Gate
3/28   P.M.   1:20    #9              West Gate
3/28   P.M.   1:30    9rl             West Gate
3/28   P.M.   1:40    29              West Gate
3/28   P.M.   1:50    29              West Gate
3/28   P.M.   2:00    NP9             West Gate
3/28   P.M.   2:10    2               West Gate
3/28   P.M.   2:20    ?9              West Gate
3/28   P.M.   2:30    29              West Gate
3/28   P.M.   2:40    29              West Gate
3/28   P.M.   2:50    9r9             West Gate
3/28   P.M.   3:00    29              West Gate
3/28 P.M. 3:10        29 r9           West Gate
3/28 P.M. 3:20        29              West Gate
3/28 P.M. 3:30        #9              West Gate
3/28 P.M. 3:40        29 r9           West Gate
3/28 P.M. 3:50        'm              West Gate
3/28 P.M. 4:00        2r9             West Gate
3/28 P.M. 4:10        29 r9           West Gate
3/28 P.M. 4:20             _   __ri   West Gate
3/28 P.M. 4:30       219                     _       West Gate
3/28 P.M. 4:40       25 r        _                   West Gate
3/28 P.M. 4:50       29 F9                           West Gate
3/28 P.M. 5:00       2 P9]                           West Gate
3/28 P.M. 5:10       2 P9]                           West Gate
3/28 P.M. 5:20       29      _                   _   West Gate
3/28 P.M. 5:30       29F9                            West Gate
3/28 P.M. 5:40       2 P9]                           West Gate
3/28 P.M. 5:50       29 r9                           West Gate
3/28 P.M. 6:00       2 P9                    _       West Gate
3/28 P.M. 6:10       9 P9]                           West Gate
3/28 P.M. 6:20       29      ___                     West Gate
3/28 P.M. 6:30       2l9E                            West Gate
3/28 P.M. 6:40       2 P9]                           West Gate
3/28 P.M. 6:50       2 P9                _           West Gate
3/28 P.M. 7:00         _     __Erg                   West Gate
3/28 P.M. 7:10       2 P9]                           West Gate
3/28 P.M. 7:20          E]
                       P9                            West Gate
3/28 P.M. 7:30       2 P9            _               West Gate
3/28 P.M. 7:40       29 P9                           West Gate
3/28 P.M. 7:50       2 P9            _               West Gate
3/28 P.M. 8:00       2 P9            _               West Gate
3/28 P.M. 8:10       29 P9                           West Gate
3/28 P.M. 8:20       2 P9            _               West Gate
3/28   P.M.   8:30   E P9                _           West   Gate
3/28   P.M.   8:40   2 P9                _           West   Gate
3/28   P.M.   8:50   2 P9]                           West   Gate
3/28   P.M.   9:00   9l9                     _       West   Gate
y-ray (pSv/h)   Neutron ray         Wind direction   Wind direction
                                                                      Wind speed
                                                                      (mls)
49 nG y/h
56 nG y/h        --             _       --
64 nG y/h        --             _    --
56 nG y/h        --                 --                                --
57 nG y/h                                --                           --
55 nG y/h                                --                           --
59 nG y/h                                --                           --
59 nG y/h                                --                           --
57 nG y/h                                --                           --
60 nG y/h       --

59 nG y/h       _                                    _

67 nG y/h                               --                             --
62   nG y/h     <    0.001pSv/h         IL.          NE                       0.4
61   nG y/h     <    0.00lpSv/h     AIL              NW                       0.5
61   nG y/h     <    0.O0lpSv/h     ]KLI             ENE                      0.4
59   nG y/h     <    0.001pSv/h     IL               N                        0.4
60   nG y/h     <    0.00lpSv/h     *IM              ENE                      0.6
62   nG y/h     <    0.00lpSv/h         1M.          NE                       0.5
60   nG y/h     <    0.00lpSv/h     1L11t            NNW                      0.5
60   nG y/h     <    0.00lpSv/h         1.           N                        0.6
59   nG y/h     <    0.001pSv/h     •                W                        0.7
60   nG y/h     <    0.00lpSv/h     :t               N                        0.8
63   nG y/h     <    0.O01pSv/h     •                WNW                      0.4
60   nG y/h     <    O.00lpSv/h         1.           N                        0.3
63   nG y/h     <    0.001pSv/h     •l               N                        0.4
59   nG y/h     <    0.00lpSv/h     ILlM             NNE                      0.4
60   nG y/h     <    0.00lpSv/h     rM I             SE                       0.5
62   nG y/h     <    0.00lpSv/h      I               NE                       2.0
65 nG y/h       < 0.00lpSv/h        :                                         1.8
64   nG   y/h   <    O.00lpSv/h     •tW              ENE                      0.9
63   nG   y/h   <    0.00lpSv/h     WlA              ENE                      1.1
68   nG   y/h   <    0.00lpSv/h     :LL5i            NNW                      0.6
66   nG   y/h   <    0.001p.Sv/h    2f-?             WSW                      0.8
68   nG   y/h   <    0.001p.Sv/h    MEi              SW                       0.7
64   nG   y/h   <    0.001piSv/h    ?g•              WSW                      0.7
67   nG   y/h   <    0.O016Sv/h      109             NW                       1.0
65   nG   y/h   <    0.001pSv/h     1l09l            NNW                      0.9
66   nG   y/h   <    O.00l 1pSv/h   A1OL             NNW                      1.4
65   nG   y/h   <    0.001pSv/h     I11.a.           NNW                      2.0
69   nG   y/h   <        0.00lpSv/h    A1I.                                   NW         1.7
66   nG   y/h   <        0.O01pSv/h    •                                      W          0.9
69   nG   y/h   <        0.00lpSv/h    •                                      W          1.0
68   nG   y/h   <        0.00lpSv/h    •                                      W          0.6
66   nG   y/h   <        0.001pSv/h      •                                    WSW        0.5
64   nG   y/h   <        0.0011iSv/h              1                           NNW        0.4
69   nG   y/h   <        0.001pSv/h    ILI•                                   NE         0.5
866 nGy/h       -
1002 nGy/h      -
1307 nGy/h      -
1590 nGy/h      < 0.0011pSv/h          •                                      W          0.5
1.2lpSv/h           --                                                  _--
3.29pSv/h       < 0.00lpSv/h               •                                  WSW        0.2
1.53pSv/h           --.                                              _--_--
4.92pSv/h       < 0.001pSv/h           •                                      WNW        0.7
2.47pSv/h           --                                         _--_--
2.56pSv/h       -

2.53pSv/h           --                            _--           _--

4.97pSv/h       < 0.011Sv/h                                                   S          1.1
2.5OpSv/h           --                            _--           _--

2.5OpiSv/h          --                                     _--_--

2.42p Sv/h
    1               --                            _--           _--

4.89pSv/h       < 0.O01p.Sv/h          I                                      SE         0.9
2.43p.Sv/h          --                                   _--

5.08pSv/h       < 0.O010pSv/h          1                                      SW         0.9
2.4OpSv/h           --                                                _--

4.77pSv/h       < 0.O010pSv/h                                                 5          1.2
2.37piSv/h          --                            _--           _--

2.38pSv/h           --                            _--           _--

2.36p.Sv/h          --                                    _--

2.4OpSv/h       -
4.56kSv/h       < 0.O0lp.Sv/h          I                                      S          2.0
2.34pSv/h           --                                     _--_--

2.5lpSv/h           --      _--                                                     --
4.87p.Sv/h      < 0.O0lp.Sv/h                                                 S          1.6
2.68p Sv/h      --                                _--_--

2.77ptSv/h      --                                _--_--

2.55pSv/h       -
2.59pSv/h       --                              _--_--

5.16pSv/h       < 0.O010pSv/h          1&JW                                   SE         2.5
2.6 1p.Sv/h     --                                             _--

2.59pSv/h       --                              _--_--

2.62pSv/h       --                                             _--

2.64p.Sv/h      --                                  _--_--

5.031iSv/h      < 0.00116Sv/h              iJ                                 SSW        2.8
2.611ISv/h                                 --                                       --
2.62p1Sv/h      -
5.281Sv/h      < 0.0011pSv/h                      s                1.9
4.5OpSv/h      -
4.561aSv/h         --   _     _-                              --
6.651aSv/h     < 0.0011
                      pSv/h              1:J]     SE               2.2
4.61tSv/h      -
4.25piSv/h         --   _--                                   --
180.2pSv/h     < 0.001pSv/h              iFJ•     SE               2.0
3.85pSv/h          --   _--                                   --
4.75tiSv/h     -
385.5pSv/h     < 0.001ptSv/h
                          ff                      N                1.8
9.14pSv/h          --   _     _-                              --
24.1pSv/h      -
162.9pSv/h     < 0.001pSv/h              I.       N                2.0
16.9pSv/h          --              _         --
7.04jSv/h      < 0.001pSv/h              IL       N                1.7
6.65pSv/h          --              _         --
6.69pSv/h      < 0.00lpSv/h              j        SW               1.6
5.16p.iSv/h    -
6.32pSv/h      < 0.00lpSv/h              IFIJ     SW               2.7
4.86iSv/h          --                             _--
9.43pSv/h      < 0.001pSv/h              It
                                         A        NE               2.2
5.22pSv/h      -
35.77pSv/h     < 0.001aSv/h              W        E                1.6
5.03pSv/h          --              _         --
12.53pSv/h     < 0.001pSv/h              1        SW               2.0
3.80pSv/h      -
17.lOpSv/h     < 0.0011Sv/h              AII9     NW               2.7
4.05pSv/h      -

23.2lpSv/h     < 0.00lpSv/h              I.       N                2.3
5.3211v/h          --   _--                                   --
8.80pSv/h          --   _--                                   --
48.23pSv/h     < 0.001pSv/h              •        W                1.9
13.5pSv/h          --              __-
11.7pSv/h          --   _--                                   --
11.56pSv/h    < 0.O01pSv/h               IL•      NE               2.2
4.13 pSv/h         --   _--                                   --
3.8311v/h          --              _         --
5.781iSv/h    < 0.001pSv/h               mW       SE               1.8
3.58pSv/h          --              _         --
5.62pSv/h     < 0.001pSv/h                        si
                                                  S                2.0
3.60pSv/h          --                             _--
5.48pSv/h     < 0.0011.Sv/h              1J       SE               1.7
3.52pSv/h      -
5.39pSv/h     < 0.00lpSv/h               •        E                1.7
3.66pSv/h          --                                   __-

5.31Sv/h      < 0.001pSv/h                        s
                                                  S                2.6
3.741Sv/h     I-                             --
10.901aSv/h    < 0.O011aSv/h                                           E          2.6
2.33pSv/h          --          _       --
4.78216Sv/h    < 0.O010pSv/h       1JW                                 SE         3.5
2.3lpiSv/h     -
2.81pSv/h          --   _--                                                  --
4.82pSv/h      < 0.O0lpSv/h                                            E          2.9
3.13pSv/h          --         _        --
4.6OpSv/h      < 0.O0lpSv/h          t                                 SSE        3.3
2. 1 pSv/h         --          _       --
7.30pSv/h      < 0.O1jSv/h         1t          J                       SSE        3.3
3.02pSv/h       --        _          --
1O.901iSv/h   < 0.O01pSv/h         1•J1J                               SSE        3.3
3.8OpSv/h          --          _     --
9.98pSv/h     < 0.O0lpSv/h                                             S          2.7
3.49pSv/h          --          _     --
8.86pSv/h     < 0.O0lpSv/h           t                                 S          2.7
3.33pSv/h          --          _     --
7.72pSv/h     < 0.O01pSv/h               JS                                       3.4
3.5OpSv/h          --          _     --
6.95ýtSv/h    < 0.O1pSv/h          1J1•I                               SSW        2.7
3.501S v/h         --          _     --
6.99pSv/h     < 0.O0lpSv/h         1                                   S          2.5
3.33pSv/h      --   _--

5.591pSv/h    < 0.001pSv/h         1                                   SSW        3.2
3.23pSv/h          --          _     --
5.49pSv/h     < 0.O01pSv/h         1I                                  S          2.5
3.2lpSv/h          --          _     --
8.23pSv/h     < 0.O0lpSv/h                                             S          3.0
3.33pSv/h      -_                                    _--

5.31lpSv/h    < 0.0lpSv/h                                              S          2.6
2.19pSv/h          --                  _--
5.29IiSv/h    < 0.0O1pSv/h         1-i1 I•                             SSE        2.3
2.22 iSv/h-
3.64iISv/h    < 0.O0lpSv/h         i11                                 SSE        2.4
2.20Sv/h---
3.43pSv/h     < 0.O0lpSv/h                1li[                         SSE        2.4
2.181iSv/h
3.321tSv/h    < 0.O0lpSv/h         iti                                 S          2.2
2.121iSv/h         --                                            _--

3.25pSv/h     < 0.O0lpSv/h         M-M•                                SSW        2.4
2.061Sv/h          --                              _--

3.25p.Sv/h    < 0.O01pSv/h         1i1                                 SSW        1.9
3.78pSv/h          --                        _--           _--

80.OpSv/h      -
23.91iSv/h    < 0.0lpSv/h           •                                  W          0.5
2.74pSv/h     < 0.O0lpSv/h         lIl                                 SW         0.4
1O.OpSv/h     I-                   I--
3.21 pSv/h    < 0.001piSv/h          •                    W            0.3
1O.OiSv/h         --                                _--

3.19piSv/h    < O.0lpSv/h                                 S            0.5
1O.Op.Sv/h    -
3.16p.Sv/h    < 0.O0lpSv/h           1iJ                  SW           0.6
5.OpSv/h                                 --                       --
6.OpSv/h          --   _--                                        --
80.Op.Sv/h        --
80.0ýtSv/h    ---
70.Op.Sv/h        --   _--                                        --
80.OpSv/h         --   _--                                        --
50.0liSv/h     --         _              --
2.958pSv/h    < 0.O0lpSv/h               •                SW           0.5
70.OliSv/h        --         _           --
2.985pSv/h    < O.00lpSv/h           AL2                  NW           0.4
70.OpSv/h         --         _           --
21.620pSv/h   < 0.O0lpSv/h           1Ji•                 SW           0.4
2.91pSv/h     < 0.001p.Sv/h          •                    W            0.4
2.92pSv/h     < 0.001iSv/h           •                    W            0.4
4.87pSv/h         --   _--                                        --
4.70pSv/h     -
2.85pSv/h     < 0.O010pSv/h          •                    W            0.3
4.12liSv/h        --   _--                                      ,--
3.14p.Sv/h    < 0.O01pSv/h           1s"                  5            0.4
4.351iSv/h                           -
3.33ISv/h     < 0.O011iSv/h      '                        NW           0.4
4.30pSv/h         --         _           --
3.291iSv/h    < 0.O0lpSv/h                .               NW           0.4
3.270Sv/h     < 0.001pSv/h           •                    W            0.4
3.09pSv/h     < 0.O0lpSv/h           •                    W            0.5
4.5OpSv/h         --                                      _--
3.2lpSv/h     < 0.O0lpSv/h       i                        W            0.4
3.07pSv/h     < 0.O0lpSv/h           •                    NW           0.5
3.16pSv/h     < O.00lpSv/h           J                    NE           0.3
5.0Sv/h                          ' --
3.29lpSv/h    < 0.O0lpSv/h           1lt                  NNW          0.4
4.7p1Sv/h         --         _           --
3.016pSv/h    < 0.O0lpSv/h       i                        W            0.4
4.51ISv/h         --         _           --
3.146pSv/h    < 0.O0lpSv/h                                5            0.4
4.5p1Sv/h         --         _           --
3.18l1•Sv/h   < 0.O0lpSv/h       l                        WNW          0.6
5.OpSv/h       --          _             --
3.177pSv/h    < O.00lpSv/h           1L0                  NW           0.6
4.51iSv/h         --         _           --
3.20OpSv/h    < 0.O01pSv/h
                        f                                 SE           0.5
5.51pSv/h         --                          _--
3.207pSv/h    < 0.O01pSv/h         IL•              NW    0.4
4.5pSv/h          --                   _--
3.163VSv/h    < 0.O0lpSv/h         •                W     0.4
5.OiSv/h          --      _            --
3.127 1
      VSv/h   < 0.0016Sv/h             IL•          NE    0.6
5.51tSv/h         --                    _--
3.329p.Sv/h   < 0.001VSv/h              1           NE    0.5
5.0iSv/h       --          _           --
3.125iISv/h   < 0.001[iSv/h        •                W     0.5
5.01pSv/h         --          _        --
3.186pSv/h    < 0.00lpSv/h         •                W     0.5
5.51iSv/h      --                       _--
3.116pSv/h    < 0.001pSv/h              IL          WNW   0.4
5.OpSv/h          --          _        --
3.214pSv/h    < 0.001ýtSv/h        1JW              SE    0.5
4.5pSv/h          --          _        --
3.1641aSv/h   < 0.0011iSv/h       1JS                     0.6
4.5pSv/h      -
3.129pSv/h    < 0.00lpSv/h        jI•               SW    0.7
4.5pSv/h          --          _        --
3.104pSv/h    < 0.00lpSv/h        !i                S     0.7
4.5pSv/h       --          _           --
3.574pSv/h    < 0.0011pSv/h       1j                S     1.2
3.978pSv/h    < 0.001pSv/h        1IJW              SE    1.5
3.236pSv/h    < 0.001pSv/h        1•J1J             SSE   2.0
3.103pSv/h    < 0.O0lpSv/h                          S
                                                    Sj    1.6
3.392pSv/h    < 0.001lpSv/h       1~I•              SW    1.2
5.0ISv/h          --                                _--
3.186pSv/h    < 0.0011pSv/h        ~JS                    0.8
5.1ISv/h      --
3.039pSv/h    < 0.001pSv/h        1{J•              SW    1.2
5.2pSv/h          --          _        --
3.564p.Sv/h   < 0.001piSv/h                         S     1.3
5.O0•Sv/h         --       _           --
3.150pSv/h    < 0.001pSv/h        1                 SSW   1.3
5.5pSv/h          --          _        --
3.122jt6v/h   < 0.0011iSv/h       1j                S     0.6
5.0pSv/h          --          _        --
3.256pSv/h    < 0.0011iSv/h       •                 W     1.2
5.0pSv/h          --          _        --
3.104pSv/h    < 0.001pSv/h         II>.             NNE   0.7
4.5pSv/h          --          _        --
3.204pSv/h    < 0.001pSv/h         1L               N     0.8
5.OpSv/h          --          _        --
3.360[iSv/h   < 0.00pISv/h         1L               N     0.7
5.0pSv/h          --                          _--
3.472pSv/h    < 0.001pSv/h        •                 W     0.3
4.6pSv/h' "_--_----
3.817pSv/h                           0.002 ILE                      NW               0.6
5.OpSv/h                  --                                 __-_               _-
3.224pSv/h                           0.002 •                        W                0.6
4.5pSv/h                  --         _          --
3.192p.Sv/h                          0.001     1£L                  SE               0.5
5.2pSv/h                  --   _--                                         --
3.467pSv/h            < 0.00lpSv/h                                  S                0.6
5.6pSv/h                  --   _--                                         --
3.188pSv/h            < 0.001ýtSv/h
                                 f                                  S                0.9
5.9pSv/h                  --             _      --
3.160p.Sv/h           < 0.001pSv/h              j                   S                1.1
5.7p.Sv/h                 --   _--                                         --
3.625p.Sv/h                          0.002     1AM•g                SSW              0.9
5.7pSv/h                  --   _--                                         --
3.092pSv/h                           0.001 •                        W                0.8
5.7pSv/h                  --             _      --
3.006pSv/h            < 0.001pSv/h             iMHMi2               SSW              1.3
5.7ISv/h                  --   _--                                         --
3.652pSv/h            < 0.00lpSv/h             29itL                WNW              1.6
7.7pSv/h                  --             _      --
3.415 pSv/h                          0.001 It                       N                0.9
8.5p.Sv/h             -
3.325jiSv/h           < 0.001pSv/h             It                   N                0.9
6.OpSv/h                  --         _          --
3.53OpSv/h            < O.001pSv/h             I_,                  NW               0.9
5.6p.Sv/h             -
3.413pSv/h                         0.001 IL.                        NW               0.9
7.227pSv/h            < 0.O01pSv/h       It29                       NW               0.4
3.5lOpSv/h                         0.001                            5
                                                                    S                0.4
3.166pSv/h            < 0.001.tSv/h
                                 f                                  E                0.5
100liSv/h                 --             __-
3.166p.Sv/h           < 0.001VSv/h                                  E                0.5
lOOpSv/h                                        --                         --
14.73OpSv/h           < 0.00lpSv/h             1J1J                 SSE              1.6
80pSv/h                   --   _--                                         --
16.O30pSv/h           < 0.001iSv/h             1iW                  SE               1.4
80pSv/h               --L--                                               --
15.900ISv/h           < 0.001pSv/h              •                                    2.0
90pSv/h                   --   _--                                         --
10.240pSv/h           < 0.00lpSv/h             i{HjIt               SSE              2.4
37pSv/h                   --             _      --
143.5pSv/h                                     A-
                                               •IM                  ENE              0.5
175.OOOpSv/h          < 0.00lpSv/h             •                    E                1.5
30pSv/h ....
137.8pSv/h            -                        •IL•                 WNW              0.8
281.700pSv/h          < 0.001iSv/h             1        J•          SSE              1.4
27iSv/h            --                           _                 --
76.91iSv/h         --   ____1_.__WNW                                                      1.8
26.000pSv/h                                     0.001 AL                        N         1.5
25pSv/h            --                             _               --
70.30Sv/h          --    ______                                                 NW        1.8
25pSv/h            --                             _               --
66.8pSv/h          --                   _             _        IL,              NW        2.3
23pSv/h            --                             _               --
64.7pSv/h          --    ___I__                                                 NW        2.7
6.512pSv/h    < 0.001ýtSv/h
                         f                                                      NW        3.1
23pSv/h            --                             _               --
62.91.Sv/h         --    _____                                        ._        NW        2.6
6.372pSv/h    < 0.0011aSv/h
                         f                                        1.            NW        3.2
23pSv/h            --                                                           _--

61.l 11Sv/h        --                   _             _        IL               NW        2.9
8.265pSv/h    < 0.0011tSv/h                                   ;I..              NNW       4.2
20pSv/h            --                                                               _--

     pSv/h
61.8 1         -                                                                NW        2.3
6.7551tSv/h   < 0.00lpSv/h                                     IL               N         2.8
191iSv/h           --                       _             _       --
58.OpSv/h          --     __                ___                                 NW        2.4
6.02OpSv/h    < 0.001pSv/h                                     1L               N         3.3
19pSv/h            --                             _               --
56.81pSv/h         --    _____                                        ._        NW        2.8
6.0381iSv/h                                     0.002 ll. .                     NNW       3.3
191tSv/h           --                             _               --
55.4pSv/h          --    _____                                        ._        NW        2.7
5.76611Sv/h   < 0.00116Sv/h                                   MIK               SE        3.3
18p.Sv/h       -

54.3pSv/h          --          ____                                             NW        2.2
5.610pSv/h    < 0.0011aSv/h                                       i             S         2.4
18pSv/h            --                             _               --
53.3pSv/h          -- _____._____._                                             NNW       2.3
5.9981aSv/h   < 0.00lpSv/h                                    AIL2              NW        2.8
18pSv/h            --                             _               --
53.7pSv/h          --     _____,i                                               NW        2.5
7.888p.Sv/h   < 0.O01pSv/h                                    :                 NW        2.7
17pSv/h            --                             _               --
51.3pSv/h          --    ______                                                 NW        2.1
6.837pSv/h    < 0.0011aSv/h                                   •                 WNW       2.7
17pSv/h        -

50.Op1Sv/h         --             _i_                                      L.   WNW       3.1
6.6171iSv/h   < 0.001pSv/h                                    ;II.2.            NNW       2.5
17pSv/h            --                             _               --
49.41iSv/h         --     _____                                                 NW        2.4
5.545 1
      pSv/h   < 0.00lISv/h                                    W                 E         2.4
17pSv/h       I-                                              I--
48.7piSv/h      -                                         1                   NW             1.6
5.537pSv/h     < 0.00lpSv/h                              •                    W              2.2
18pSv/h            --                    _                   --
47.8p.Sv/h     -                                          1L                  NW             1.3
5.316p.Sv/h    < 0.00114Sv/h                               J                  S              2.1
18p.Sv/h           --                                                             _--
47.lpSv/h      -                                                              NW             2.9
5.495pSv/h     < 0.001pSv/h                               1L                  N              2.0
17p.Sv/h           --                        _               --
46.3pSv/h       -- _____                                                      NW             2.3
5.266p•v/h     < 0.00lpSv/h                                   JtI                            2.1
17pSv/h            --                        _               --
49.7Sv/h           --     ___                      _I                         NW             2.8
5.369pSv/h     < 0.0011pSv/h                             •                                   2.1
17pSv/h            --       _--                                                     ,
45.2ý.Sv/h         --   ____.__NNW                                                           1.9
4.953pSv/h     < 0.001pSv/h                               IL.                 NW             2.1
17pSv/h            --                        _            --
44.6p.Sv/h         --    _____IL                                              NNW            2.3
4.7941iSv/h    < 0.00lpSv/h                              I'J                  SSW            2.6
171iSv/h           --                                                         _--
44.OpSv/h          --   _____,__WNW                                                          2.6
4.9071.Sv/h    < 0.00lpSv/h                              ij                   S              2.7
17IiSv/h           --                _             _--
43.5pSv/h          --            _           _                    ;1L'        WNW            2.5
4.852pSv/h     < 0.00lpSv/h                                   :               SW             1.6
16pSv/h            --                        __-
42.9IiSv/h         --   ______WNW                                                            1.7
4.8830Sv/h     < 0.00lpSv/h                              1L1.                 NNW            2.2
16piSv/h           --                        _            --
     .Sv/h
44.0 1             --    _____                                                NW             1.6
4.965p.Sv/h    < 0.O0lpSv/h                                   IJ              SE             1.7
24pSv/h            --                        _            --
905.lp.Sv/h    -AI                                                            ENE            1.5
21.880IpSv/h   < 0.001iSv/h                              1                    S              2.6
2lpSv/h            --                        _            --
499.3p.Sv/h    -                                                              S              0.6
39.710pSv/h    < 0.O011iSv/h                             1F1J                 SSE            2.1
21pSv/h            --      _--                                                          --
646.OpSv/h     -                                                              ESE            0.7
57.630pSv/h    < 0.O0l1Sv/h                              1               IJ   SSE            2.5
21pSv/h                                                   --                            --
135.4pSv/h     -                                         1                    S              0.6
17.610pSv/h    < 0.O01pSv/h                              1               lJ   SSE            2.2
32 1Sv/h           --                                                         _--
129.9pSv/h         --                                   IJ1mJW                SSE            0.5
lO.O501Sv/h    < 0.O0lpSv/h                              1IJ                  SE             1.6
52pSv/h            --                             _               --
133.0ISv/h     -                                                                SSE                       0.7
10.850pSv/h    < O.O01pSv/h                                        iJI•         SSE                       2.0
35 1
   pSv/h           --         _--                                                                    --
169.OpSv/h     -

8.311tSv/h     < 0.0016Sv/h                                   1           ~J•   SW                        1.3
52pSv/h            --                             _               --
58.7pSv/h          --          __                       _1J                     SSE                       0.8
5.717IISv/h    < 0.001pSv/h                                   •                 SSE                       1.6
lOOpSv/h           --                             _               --
54.3pSv/h          --     _         _         _       __                                _._   _2.3

4.717pSv/h     < 0.00lpSv/h                                   •i1J•                                       1.6
24pSv/h            --                             _               --
54.OpSv/h          --    _____                                      I           WNW                       1.1
4.46lpSv/h     < 0.001ýtSv/h                                  1L'                NW                       2.0
34pSv/h            --                             _               --
51.8pSv/h          -- _______.____ENE                                                                     2.1
4.36OpSv/h     < 0.O0lpSv/h                                   •;L[              WNW                       1.5
24pSv/h            --                             __-

56.5pSv/h          -- _________ENE                                                                        1.1
5.469pSv/h     < 0.00lpSv/h                                   jI                SE                        2.3
30pSv/h         --          _                                     --
76.lpSv/h          -- ___________SSE                                                                      0.7
5.154pSv/h     < 0.O0lpSv/h                                        1i           SE                        2.2
31.Sv/h        -

107.1pSv/h         --                                         1•                S                         0.7
4.555iiSv/h    < 0.001ýtSv/h                                                    S
                                                                                S•                        1.8
45pSv/h            --                         _                   --
58.0pSv/h          --     _             ___                                     S                         0.4
4.336PSv/h     < 0.O01pSv/h                                   1                 S                         1.8
l50pSv/h           --                             _               --
57.6pSv/h          --   _______                               1                 SSE                       0.4
4.277pSv/h     < 0.001pSv/h                                   1•J•              SE                        1.1
46pSv/h            --                                                            _--

71.5pSv/h          --    _____SSE                                                                         0.5
4.235.Sv/h     < 0.O0lpSv/h                                   jSJ               S                         1.0
60pSv/h            --                             _               --
57.2pSv/h          --               __                              1           SSW                       0.4
4.224pSv/h     < 0.001pSv/h                                   ]i                S                         1.0
30pSv/h            --                             _               --
100.l 1pSv/h   -                                                                SE                        0.5
4.30lpSv/h     < 0.001PSv/h                                   iJi               SSW                       1.5
l20pSv/h           --                             _               --
79.4pSv/h          --    _              ___                                     SW                        0.4
4.213p.Sv/h    < 0.O010pSv/h                                                     S
                                                                                Ij                        1.8
62pSv/h                                                                         I-_--
60.8pSv/h          --     ___                           _         _SW                                     0.4
4.640pSv/h        < 0.OOIiSv/h                                  =     SSE            0.6
45pSv/h               --                       _               --
57.OpSv/h             --    ______WSW                                                0.5
5.171ýtSv/h       < 0.00lpSv/h                             11L.       NNW            0.5
36pSv/h               --                                                    _   _-

52.3pSv/h             -- _________SE                                                 0.4
5.898pSv/h        < 0.00lpSv/h                             •          W              0.6
40pSv/h               --                       __-
56.8pSv/h             --   __________NNW                                             0.5
5.953pSv/h        < 0.O010iSv/h -                                     W              0.5
35ýS v/h           --                                                 _--

52.3pSv/h             --             _             _       II.I       NNW            0.4
5.382p•v/h        < 0.0lpSv/h                              IL'        NW             0.6
35pSv/h               --                       _               --
50. 1 iSv/h       -                                                                  0.6
5.168pSv/h        < 0.001lpSv/h                            11         NW             0.8
30pSv/h               --                       _               --
49.4pSv/h         -                                        IIL.       NNW            0.6
5.250pSv/h        < 0.001ýtSv/h                            I1.        NW             0.9
27ISv/h               --                       __-

48.6pSv/h             -- _____________                                NNE            0.3
4.883pSv/h        < 0.00lpSv/h                             IL:        NW             1.1
26pSv/h            --          _                               --
47.9p1Sv/h            --    _______1LL                                NNW            0.3
4.980VSv/h        < 0.00lpSv/h                             It29       NW             1.3
25 1iSv/h          --          _                            --
47.3pSv/h             --     _____                                    N              0.3
4.831pSv/h        < 0.00lpSv/h                             :LItL.     NNW            1.2
251iSv/h              --                       _               --
46.7pSv/h         -                                        ILC        NW             0.6
5.224pSv/h        0.001        1 Sv/hqA                    lt2§       NW             1.0
25pSv/h               --                       _               --
46.11pSv/h            --                 _             _        I.:   NNW            0.5
5.077pSv/h        < 0.001pSv/h                             2          W              0.8
23pSv/h               --
46.3pSv/h             --             _             _           IL.    NW             0.3
4.709pSv/h        < 0.001pSv/h                             1I0        NW             0.8
2 2 p Sv/h          -- _-                                    -
44.8p.Sv/h        --.                                                 NW             0.4
4.6221Sv/h        < 0.00lpSv/h                             1          SW             0.8
20pSv/h               --                                              _--

44.4pSv/h             --   _________WNW                                              0.4
4.844iiSv/h       < 0.00l•Sv/h                             •          W              0.6
26pSv/h               --                                              _--

44.OpSv/h             --      _          ___                          N              0.3
5.577pSv/h                   f
                  < 0.001IiSv/h                                       W              0.5
24pSv/h       _       --                                       --
43.SiSv/h       -- _____                         .                        NNW           0.5
5.721pSv/h     < 0.001pSv/h                AL2.                           NW            0.6
24pSv/h        -
43.2pSv/h          --   _          _           IL:                        NW            0.5
4.471pSv/h     < 0.00lpSv/h                M?9                            SW            0.3
450pSv/h           --                                                             _--

42.8 1
     pSv/h         --                                                     NW
                                                                          N____         0.6
4.521liSv/h    < 0.0011iSv/h               It29                           NW            0.2
450pSv/h           --          _               --
42.5pSv/h      -                                 IL'                      NNE           0.3
4.4271iSv/h    < 0.00lpSv/h                •                              W             0.5
440pSv/h           --                                               _--

42.6pSv/h      -                           •IL•                           WNW           0.4
4.4544Sv/h     < 0.O0lpSv/h                ?9109                          WNW           0.7
440pSv/h        --                                   _--

42.OpSv/h          --                                _IL_.                N             0.4
4.3771iSv/h    < 0.001pSv/h                •                              WMW           0.6
440pSv/h       -
41.7pSv/h      -                           IIL                            NNE           0.3
4.37lpSv/h     < 0.001pýv/h                AIt                            NW            0.8
44014Sv/h      -
41.3 1 iSv/h                               I.                             N             0.4
4.480iSv/h     < 0.O01iSv/h                It                             N             0.5
440pSv/h        --                                           _--

41.OpSv/h       -L                                                        N             0.4
4.463p.Sv/h    < 0.O0lpSv/h                IL                             N             0.5
440pSv/h           --                                               _--

40.8pSv/h      -                           ILIL:                          NNW           0.4
4.552 1pSv/h   < 0.001pSv/h                f                              W             0.5
440pSv/h           --                                               _--

40.6pSv/h                                  IILI                           NNW           0.3
4.785pSv/h     < 0.00lpSv/h                    J                          S             0.3
440p.Sv/h      -
40.3pSv/h                                  IL.                            NW            0.4
4.626pSv/h     < 0.00lpSv/h                IL.                            NW            0.3
440k.Sv/h          --                                        _--

40.lpSv/h                                  I.                             N             0.3
4.636pSv/h     < 0.00lpSv/h                IL                             N             0.3
430pSv/h       -
39.8pSv/h                                  IIL•                           NNE           0.3
4.622pSv/h     < 0.001pSv/h                •                              W             0.5
430pSv/h           --                                         _--

39.7ISv/h                                  IIL,                           NNW           0.3
5.417pSv/h     < 0.00 1pSv/h               It                             N             0.3
430pSv/h           --                                        _--

40.4pSv/h          --   _          _IILI                                  NNE           0.5
4.645pSv/h     < 0.O0lpSv/h                     Ilt;.                     WNW           0.4
430pSv/h       -

39,3pSv/h          --                  ___________              ESE   0.3
4.622p6v/h     < 0.001iSv/h     IMW                             NE    0.5
430pSv/h           --                         _--

39.1IpSv/h     -                                                NNW   0.4
4.632IiSv/h    < 0.0011pSv/h    IL.                             NW    0.4
420pSv/h           --                        _--

38.9pSv/h      -                1L                              N     0.5
4.668 1iSv/h   < 0.00lpSv/h     1L                              N     0.5
420pSv/h           --                        _--

38.7pSv/h          --                  ____,____._              NNW   0.3
4.700iSv/h     < 0.001iSv/h     1L                              N     0.7
420pSv/h           --                        _--

39.OpSv/h       -               lt•l                            NNW   0.3
4.647pSv/h     < 0.00lpSv/h     it                              N     0.3
420pSv/h           --                        _--

38.3pSv/h          --                  ____,         _____NNW         0.4
4.6lOpSv/h     < 0.00lpSv/h           •                         WSW   0.6
4lOpSv/h       -

38.21iSv/h         --           A                   _IM         ENE   0.4
4.8281tSv/h    < 0.001iSv/h     •                               W     0.4
420pSv/h           --                                     _--

38.lpSv/h          --                  ____.____._              NNW   0.3
4.868pSv/h     < 0.00lpSv/h                                     F
                                                                E     0.5
410pSv/h           --                         _--

37.9pSv/h          --                  __________.              NNW   0.3
4.855pSv/h     < 0.00lpSv/h     •                               W     0.5
4lOpSv/h           --                        _--

38.2pSv/h          --                  _____.__NW                     0.3
4.529pSv/h     < O.00lpSv/h     •                               W     0.5
410pSv/h           --           _--
38.4pSv/h      -                IL.                             NW    0.3
4.582pSv/h     < 0.00lpSv/h     •                               W     0.4
4lOpSv/h           --                          _--
37.7p.Sv/h         --                     _____._               N     0.3
4.469pSv/h     < 0.00lpSv/h      1L                             N     0.4
410p.Sv/h          --                                     _--

37.5pSv/h          --                  ___________NNW                 0.3
4.450pSv/h     < 0.00lpSv/h     •                               W     0.4
4lOpSv/h           --                        _--

37.3iiSv/h         --                     ______N                     0.5
4.442pSv/h     0.O01pSv/h0,-;   -A                              S     0.5
4lOpSv/h           --                        _--

37.OpSv/h          --                        _____SW                  0.3
4.4471iSv/h    < 0.O011iSv/h    1i                              S     0.5
4lOpSv/h           --                          _--

38.0ýtSv/h     __                     Itlt                      NNW   0.3
4.426pSv/h    < 0.001ISv/h
                        f                          NW              0.4
410pSv/h          --                                         _--

36.9pSv/h     -                          ILILW     NNE             0.3
4.281pSv/h    < 0.O01pSv/h           1             S               0.3
410pSv/h          --                                         _--

36.7IiSv/h    -                      i             SE              0.3
4.32lpSv/h    < 0.01lpSv/h           •             WNW             0.6
4lOpSv/h          --           __-
36.5pSv/h         --   _:___                       NW              0.3
4.322p.Sv/h   < 0.O0lp.Sv/h          •ILt          WNW             0.6
4lOpSv/h          --                                         _--

36.4pSv/h                                          NW              0.6
4.371iSv/h    < 0.001pSv/h           •IL•          WNW             0.7
4lOpSv/h
38.3pSv/h     -                                    NNE             0.5
4.356p.Sv/h   < 0.00lpSv/h               t         SE              0.7
410pSv/h          --           _         --
36.4iSv/h     -                      W             E               0.4
4.594pSv/h    < 0.001iSv/h               ILW       NE              0.7
410pSv/h          --                                         _--

36.5pSv/h     -                              1JI   ESE             0.4
751.2pSv/h    < 0.00p.Sv/h           XI2           NE              0.5
4lOpSv/h
44.6pSv/h     -                                    NNW             0.4
433.OpSv/h    < 0.00lpSv/h               j         S               0.4
440tSv/h          --           _         --
319.3pSv/h    -                      :L.:I         NNW             0.4
420.OpSv/h    < 0.00lpSv/h           I•[•          SW              0.5
650pSv/h          --           _         --
189.7pSv/h    -                                    NNW             0.3
66.27VSv/h    < 0.O0lpSv/h           •1L.          ENE             0.7
490pSv/h          --           _         --
86.9pSv/h                                          N               0.2
65.52OpSv/h   < 0.00lpSv/h           i             W               0.5
48Op.Sv/h     -
144.2pSv/h    -                          1L        N               0.4
45.5Siv/h     < 0.00lpSv/h           •             W               0.5
650VSv/h          --                                   _--

129.8pSv/h    -                                    WNW             0.3
15.431ISv/h   < 0.0lpSv/h            •             W               0.5
650pSv/h      -

123.9pSv/h    -                       1L1l•        NNE             0.4
18.99pSv/h    < 0.00lpSv/h           1             SE              0.4
720pSv/h          --                               _--

112.91pSv/h   -                                    WNW             0.3
14.99pSv/h    < 0.001pSv/h                         S               0.4
600PSv/h          --                         _--
73.6pSv/h                                                                             W            0.5
10.32pSv/h    < 0.0O1pSv/h                  •t                                        S            0.2
680pSv/h          --                                         _--

70.OpSv/h         --                                  _____.__NW                                   0.3
10.07pSv/h    < 0.001ptSv/h                 _                _            _           N            0.3
820pSv/h
68.816Sv/h     --                                      LW                             NNE          0.4
6.706pSv/h    < 0.001iSv/h                  •                                         WNW          0.6
450ptSv/h         --                             _--
54.7iiSv/h                                   IL1.                                     NNW          0.5
7.748pSv/h    < 0.001pSv/h                   1L                                       N            0.9
430               --                            --                                          _v/h

47.6pSv/h         --                                   ___,__NW                                    0.5
7.7lO pSv/h
    1         < 0.00lpSv/h                  •                                         ESE          0.6
420pSv/h          --                                   _--         _--

50.0iSv/h         --                                   _--         _--

7.045pSv/h    < 0.001pSv/h                   ILl.                                     NNW          0.7
420pSv/h          --                                                     _--

42.9pSv/h     -100                                                                    NNW          0.4
6.900pSv/h    < 0.00lpSv/h                   1L                                       N            0.8
4201 iv/h     -

40.6pSv/h         --                             ________.                     _NNW                0.6
6.65pSv/h     < 0.00lpSv/h                           29I                              SW           0.5
400pSv/h      --

39.9pSv/h         --    __ItLl'.2                                                     NNW          0.5
6.5161tSv/h   < 0.00lpSv/h                  2                                         W            0.4
420 pSv/h          --       _-                    -
39.OpSv/h         -- _I__._                                                           NW           0.3
6.735pSv/h    < 0.001liSv/h                 1IJ                                       SE           0.5
420pSv/h          --                             _--

41.3pSv/h      -IL:                                                                   ENE          0.3
41.3pSv/h     < 0.001iSv/h                  •IL•                                      WNW          0.4
6.494pSv/h    -                                                                       WSW          0.4
400pSv/h          --                    _       --
6.4lOpSv/h    < 0.001pSv/h                  •                                         W            0.4
420p.Sv/h     -

38.3pSv/h         --          ______.                                    __WNW                     0.5
6.34OpSv/h    < 0.0011.Sv/h                 1L:                                       NW           0.3
400pSv/h          --                                         _--

38.lpSv/h      -L                                                                     N            0.5
5.144p.Sv/h   < 0.O01pSv/h                  91t99                                     WNW          0.5
400pSv/h      -
37.91iSv/h        --                                   _____._                        N            0.6
5.021pSv/h    < 0.00lpSv/h                  •                                         W            0.5
37.81pSv/h        -- ____,____NNW                                                                  0.3
5.032pSv/h    < 0.00lpSv/h                  jIM                                       SW           0.4
37.4pSv/h     --                                     m                                WSW          0.6
4:920tSv/h       < 0.0011iSv/h   IL29                                              NW        0.4
69tSv/h              --                                                        W             0.5
40tiSv/h             --                   __IL_                   _            WNW           1.3
391pSv/h                         29109                                         WNW           1.0
287.2pSv/h       --                                                                W         1.3
75pSv/h              --                                                            W         0.8
2741.Sv/h            --                                                        W             0.7
40pSv/h          --                                                            W             0.8
26816Sv/h        OpSv/h          JI-MM2                                        SSE           0.8
304.8pSv/h       OpSv/h
                      ffJ1                   J                                 SSE           1.2
443.7pSv/h       Otpsv/h         2;1t.                                         WNW           1.1
518.71.Sv/h      O
                 11Sv/h          1tJ                                           SE            1.1
481.0p.Sv/h      OpSv/h          _           _                __S                            0.8
87.083p•v/h      -                                                             SSW           0.5
339.41tSv/h      OpSv/h                                                        S             1.0
293.71iSv/h      OpSv/h          _                _                    _       S             1.0
48.8991i6v/h     -                                                             SW            0.8
274.9pSv/h       O0Sv/h          _           _            _                 _SSW             1.2
43.256pSv/h      -                                                             WSW           1.1
269.44Sv/h       OaSv/h          1                                             SW            1.3
41.998p•v/h      -                                                                 NW        1.8
266.8pSv/h       O01Sv/h         i                                             SW            1.3
41.533p•v/h      -                ILIL•                                        NNW           2.1
265.4pSv/h       OlISv/h         iji                                           SW            1.2
40.6941PSv/h     -                                                                 NW        2.5
261.6VSv/h       OpSv/h          _                            _                W             1.2
40.155 1iSv/h    -               1L•                                               NW        3.7
261.900pSv/h     OpSv/h          _                        _                    W             1.1
39.7161pSv/h     -                                                                 NW        3.0
261.01Sv/h       OpSv/h          1+1J•                                         SSW           0.8
39.4061pSv/h     -               ILIL.                                         NNW           2.9
50.3871iSv/h     0Sv/h               --
19.6pSv/h        O01Sv/h             --
10.816p•v/h      OpSv/h          I                                             NNE           1.9
10.651iSv/h      OitSv/h                  ;IL•                                 WNW           0.9
4.2261pSv/h      OpSv/h          _____NW                                                     3.1
6.861iSv/h       OpSv/h          ____._2.3

31.53 1iSv/h     O01Sv/h         _           _                __WSW                          3.2
229.7plSv/h      O01Sv/h         ii                                            SE            3.1
12.0 1   iSv/h       --                                               _--

34.2pSv/h        OlISv/h         1                                             SW            2.4
13.01•Sv/h       -

15.0 1 iSv/h         --                          _--

14-01pSv/h           --                               _--_--

6.3771iSv/h      OiISv/h             1                                             N         2.7
13.O0jSv/h       -

13.OpSv/h                            --                                                 --
11.0.iSv/h    -

3.65pSv/h     0pSv/h                                          NNW       1.0
12.0 1iSv/h   -

13.0IISv/h-
15.0Sv/h                            -
6.088pSv/h    0pSv/h           :_               __N                     2.3
29.8pSv/h     0pSv/h            _____NW                                 2.6
231.liaSv/h   OpSv/h            ______NW                                2.6
31.3pSv/h     0jSv/h            _         _     __N                     2.2
6.2pSv/h      OpSv/h            __1"._N                                 3.6
3.9pSv/h      OiSv/h           4L                             N         2.2
6.OpSv/h      0jSv/h            _______._____                 NNE       2.6
29.6iiSv/h    O0Sv/h            ______WNW                               3.2
226.2pSv/h    OiSv/h            1IL•                          NNW       3.8
30.4ýSv/h     0Sv/h             _____.                __WNW             3.6
5.9pSv/h      OpSv/h            ______WNW                               3.2
3.7pSv/h      0jSv/h                1.IL.                     NNE       2.1
8.llpSv/h     OpSv/h            _,'___,          ___WNW                 2.5
8.1 pSv/h     OpSv/h            __1_.__NW                               3.1
7.275pSv/h    < 0.O01jiSv/h    •IL:                           WNW       2.7
7.605PSv/h    < 0.001pSv/h     •                              W         2.8
7.620pSv/h    < 0.001pSv/h       •                            SW        1.7
8.044p.Sv/h   < 0.001VSv/h     •                              W         1.9
7.637iSv/h    < 0.O010Sv/h     •                              W         1.2
7.037VSv/h    < 0.00lpSv/h     1                              S         1.3
7.177VSv/h    < 0.001pSv/h     :                              NW        1.1
8.0476Sv/h    < 0.001VSv/h          i                         SSE       1.2
10.4pSv/h     < 0.00lpSv/h                                    E         0.8
10.11.Sv/h    < 0.001pSv/h                                    S
                                                              S1        1.3
7.7pSv/h      < 0.00p.Sv/h      •                             SE        0.7
7.8VSv/h      < 0.001pSv/h     •J                             SE        0.8
7.7pSv/h      < 0.001[Sv/h                                    S         0.6
8.9pSv/h      < 0.001lSv/h     :I                             N         0.6
7.6pSv/h      < 0.001pSv/h     •                              W         0.7
5.SpSv/h      < 0.001VSv/h     W                              E         0.8
5.41JSv/h     < 0.001.Sv/h      it                            N         0.7
5.4iSv/h      < 0.O0lpSv/h      ltf                           NW        0.8
5.4 1 iv/h    < 0.001pSv/h      ffiltg                        WNW       1.0
5.46Sv/h      < 0.001pSv/h      :II2                          NW    -
5.4iSv/h      < 0.00lpSv/h      ?9109                         WNW   -

5.8ISv/h      < 0.00lpSv/h      29                            W         0.9
5.0%Sv/h      < 0.00 1pSv/h     =ItI                          NE        0.9
5.8iSv/h      < O.00lpSv/h       It                           N         0.9
5.8pvhSv/h    < 0.O0 1 i6v/h    -A2                           SW        1.0
6.0liSv/h     < 0.00lp.v/h      Mgi                           SW        1.0
5.8pSv/h      < 0.001Sv/h       :lt                           N         0.9
6.0 Sv/h      < O.00 1pSv/h    llIff                          NW        0.7
6.8pSv/h       <    0.O0lpSv/h    jtI         SW     0.9
29.7IiSv/h     <    O.O0lpSv/h    j           SE     1.0
760.OpSv/h     <    0.001pSv/h         iJ     SE     1.6
3130.OpSv/h    <    0.O01pSv/h    1sJ         S      1.7
431.7pSv/h     <    0.001iSv/h     1L         N      1.2
336.6pSv/h     <    O.00lpSv/h    it          N      1.2
301.9pSv/h     <    0.001p.Sv/h   1iJ         SW     4.6
326.2pSv/h     <    0.00lpSv/h    it*         NE     4.2
293.7pSv/h     -                  10ML.       NNE    4.4
271.7p.Sv/h    -                              NNE    4.4
267.OpSv/h     -                              NNE    4.4
263.OpSv/h     -                       II.I   NNE    4.4
252.7pSv/h     -                              NNE    4.8
242.8pSv/h     -                              NE     2.2
235.31 iSv/h   -                              NE     2.1
231.5pSv/h     -                  1L          N      2.2
227.OpSv/h     -                  1L          N      2.2
216.0p.Sv/h    -                              NNW    1.8
216.0p.Sv/h    -                              NNW    1.8
211.3pSv/h     -                   II.IL•     NNE    1.8
205.6pSv/h     -                   IL.LI      NNW    1.1
201.7.Sv/h     -                  IO          NW     1.0
196.2pSv/h     -                  2ff         WNW    0.9
192.31.Sv/h    -                              W      0.8
188.9[.Sv/h    -                              WNW    0.7
185.OpiSv/h    -                  AI          WNW    0.7
181.OpSv/h     -                  Atitw       NNE    0.6
177.3pSv/h     -                  IM          NE     0.6
175.8pSv/h     -                       IM     NE     0.5
173.3pSv/h     -i                             N      0.5
168.OpSv/h     -                  It          N       0.6
164.9pSv/h     -                  It          N       0.7
164.4pSv/h     -                  IOIM        NNE     0.8
167.6pSv/h     -                  AIM         ENE     0.8
164.3pSv/h     -                  It          N       0.6
151.7pSv/h      --                Ii          NW      0.5
150.3pSv/h      --                I"2I        NNW     0.5
147.lpSv/h      --                II.w        NNE     0.7
137.8pSv/h     < O.OlpSv/h        Itl.i       NNW     1.3
135.5pSv/h     0.02pSv/h          ItIW        NNE     1.1
130.4pSv/h     0.OlpSv/h          It          N       1.0
123.3pSv/h     < 0.OlpSv/h        IMW         NE      2.8
120.2ýtSv/h    < 0.01VSv/h        II004       NNE     3.4
114.l1pSv/h    < O.OlpSv/h        AIILW       NNE   .3.2
111.4pSv/h     < 0.016Sv/h        It          N       3.6
109.6pSv/h     < 0.Ol1 Sv/h       Itl         NE      3.6
105.4pSv/h     < 0.OlpSv/h        IlI_,
                                      INNE            3.4
94.31pSv/h     < O.01pSv/h    IL                            N            3.4
92.8pSv/h      < 0.0116Sv/h   ILA                           NE           4.2
87.0•pSv/h     < O.011Sv/h    I1".                          NNW          2.0
81.9pSv/h      < 0.01liSv/h   AL                            N            2.1
77.6i.Sv/h     < 0.011Sv/h    AM                            NE           1.0
73.6ISv/h      < 0.Ol1 Sv/h       1L                        N            0.8
70.OlpSv/h     < O.011pSv/h   I1 ,                          NE           0.9
67.41iSv/h     < O.OlpSv/h        I1,L.                     NNW          0.7
65.71ISv/h     < O.OlpSv/h    i1                            N            0.7
73.2liSv/h     < O.011Sv/h    it                            N            0.8
807.7pSv/h     < O.OlSv/h     IM                            NE           1.5
8217.0pSv/h    < 0.01t.Sv/h   ILA                           NE           1.5
1726.0tpSv/h   < O.OlpSv/h    it                            N            1.6
2208.01pSv/h   < 0.Olp.Sv/h   IL                            N            1.8
11930.0pSv/h   < 0.OlpSv/h     IIL                          NNE          1.5
58.OpSv/h      < 0.OlpSv/h    -
50.0pSv/h      < 0.OlpSv/h    -
7241.OpSv/h    < 0.01lSv/h    IL:                           NE           5.3
8837.OpSv/h    < 0.011Sv/h    -
253.8pSv/h     < 0.Ol1Sv/h
162.4pSv/h     < 0.OlSv/h     -
2431.0IpSv/h   < 0.Olp.Sv/h   1                             SE           1.2
2434.O0•Sv/h   < 0.OlpSv/h    __E                                        1.3
1407.Op.Sv/h   < O.011Sv/h    _        _         __ESE                   3.4
1325.OpSv/h    < 0.OliSv/h    FJI•                          SE           1.3
1267.0pSv/h    < 0.Ol1Sv/h    j                             S            1.4
1216.Op.Sv/h   < .011iSv/h    _              _              S            1.8
1191.OpSv/h    < O.Ol1Sv/h    M                             S            1.3
1148.OpSv/h    < 0.OlpSv/h    -A                            S            1.3
1100.OpSv/h    < 0.OlpSv/h    _________SSE                               1.4
1068.0iSv/h    < 0.OlpSv/h    _                  _          S            1.0
1014.Op.Sv/h   < 0.Ol1 Sv/h   ________SSE                                1.5
969.91iSv/h    < 0.OlpSv/h    _                  _          S            1.9
928.2p1Sv/h    < 0.OlpSv/h        J                         S            1.6
903.9I.Sv/h    < 0.011Sv/h    _        _         __S                     1.5
874.4pSv/h     < 0.OlpSv/h    ____________ESE                            1.4
855.54Sv/h     < O.OlpSv/h    1                             S            1.2
821.3pSv/h     < 0.OlpSv/h    ________SSE                                1.2
673.8pSv/h     < 0.01PSv/h    _                  _          E            1.2
649.0tSv/h     < 0.OlpSv/h     A_
                              M__                      _    SE           1.2
628.5pSv/h     < 0.OlpSv/h    _                  _          S            1.0
613.8pSv/h     < 0.OlpSv/h        _          _              SE           1.1
596.4pSv/h     < 0.OlpSv/h    _                  _          S            1.1
566.9pSv/h     < O.OlpSv/h    1:JI                          SE           1.1
544.9pSv/h     < 0.01liSv/h   _        _         __SSE                   1.3
531.6pSv/h     < 0.OlpSv/h                                 Is            1.0
513.2pSv/h     < 0.01liSv/h                                1 ______1.4
502.6ISv/h              f
               < 0.01iSv/h                 S     1.1
489.81iSv/h    < 0.01pSv/h       jJ        SSE   1.1
473.0pSv/h     < 0.OlpSv/h     ji          SSE   1.3
460.31tSv/h    < O.OlpSv/h                 S     1.3
449.4pSv/h     < O.01pSv/h    1            S     1.6
437.5pSv/h     < 0.OlpSv/h                 SE    1.5
423.5pSv/h     < O.01pSv/h                 S     1.1
401.71iSv/h    < 0.OliSv/h    ji           SE    1.2
403.0pSv/h     < 0.OlpSv/h    iti          S     1.1
353.81iSv/h    < 0.OliSv/h                 S     1.0
343.3jiSv/h    < 0.OlpSv/h    1            S     1.1
347.OpSv/h     < 0.OlpSv/h                 5
                                           S     1.0
311.3p1Sv/h    < 0.OlpSv/h    1J1          SSE   1.3
298.8piSv/h    < 0.OlpSv/h                 S     1.4
282.6p.Sv/h    < 0.OlpSv/h                 51V
                                           SSE   1.8
313.2pSv/h     < O.OlpSv/h    mw           SE    1.6
431.8pSv/h     < 0.01VSv/h          AFJW   SE    1.6
4548.OpSv/h    < 0.OlpSv/h                 W     0.7
6960.OpSv/h    < O.OlpSv/h                 N     0.7
2761.0pSv/h    < 0.OlpSv/h    1            S     0.9
3648.0[ISv/h   < 0.01pSv/h    A            E     0.9
4976.OpSv/h    < O.OlpSv/h    AtE          NW    1.0
8080.OpSv/h    < O.OlpSv/h     1L:         NW    3.7
6308.OpSv/h    < 0.01liSv/h                E     5.6
6592.OpSv/h    < 0.OliiSv/h                NNE   4.0
6847.OpSv/h    < 0.0lpSv/h     1L1L:       NNE   4.0
6066.0ISv/h    < 0.Olp.Sv/h                E     2.2
7966.0lSv/h    < 0.OlpSv/h                 NE    1.7
4351.OpSv/h    < 0.OlpSv/h     IIL'        NNE   2.5
3504.0pSv/h    < 0.OlpSv/h                 NW    2.1
3108.0pSv/h    < O.OlpSv/h                 N     2.4
2609.OpSv/h    < 0.OlpSv/h                 NW    1.0
2159.OpSv/h    < 0.OlpSv/h                 NW    0.6
2021.OpSv/h    < 0.01liSv/h                NW    0.6
1937.OpSv/h    < 0.016Sv/h                 NE    3.8
1805.0pSv/h    < 0.01pSv/h                 N     1.1
1708.OpSv/h    < 0.01pSv/h                 NW    2.2
1628.OpSv/h    < 0.OlpSv/h                 NW    1.0
1552.OpSv/h    < 0.OlpSv/h•                NW    0.9
1522.OpSv/h    < 0.OlpSv/h                 NNE   0.9
1453.OpSv/h    < 0.OlpSv/h                 NW    1.1
1386.OpSv/h    < O.OlpSv/h     1L:         NW    1.0
1357.OpSv/h    < 0.OlpSv/h                 NW    1.0
1316.OpSv/h    < 0.OlpSv/h                 NW    1.0
1267.OpSv/h    < O.OlpSv/h     1LC         NW    1.0
1159.OpSv/h    < 0.OlpSv/h     ______NW          5.0
1047.OpSv/h    < 0.OlpSv/h     ___,_N            4.2
975.3ýtSv/h     < 0.OlpSv/h     ItIL29          NNW       3.1
918.21iSv/h     < 0.OlpSv/h     AL".            NW        2.9
868.0pSv/h      < 0.01pSv/h     •t1.iff         NNW       2.6
884.0pSv/h      < 0.O1lkSv/h    IL29            NW        2.0
848.4pSv/h      < 0.01pSv/h     2               W         1.4
837.0 1iSv/h    < 0.011tSv/ht                   WNW       1.4
815.9pSv/h      < 0.OlpSv/h                     WNW       1.4
808.8pSv/h      < 0.01pSv/h                     NW        1.4
670.31pSv/h     < 0.0lpSv/h     1L•             NW        1.4
661.8pSv/h      < O.0lpSv/h     1L,             NW        1.2
651.lpSv/h      < 0.OlpSv/h                     NW        1.3
644.0pSv/h      < 0.OlpSv/h                     W         1.2
636.86Sv/h      < 0.0116Sv/h                    W         1.2
627.5ISv/h      < 0.011Sv/h     I1L             NNW       1.2
620.66Sv/h      < 0.011Sv/h                     WNW       1.3
613.9p.Sv/h     < O.01tSv/h                     NNW       1.4
606.6pSv/h      < 0.02lSv/h     I1L             NNW       1.4
600.4pSv/h      < 0.OlpSv/h                     N         1.7
593.4pSv/h      < 0.0lpSv/h                     NNW       2.2
587.6pSv/h      < 0.0lpSv/h     I t"-9          NW        1.7
582.2pSv/h      < 0.0lpSv/h     A1              N         2.3
582.4pSv/h      < 0.0lpSv/h     I12             NW        1.8
582.3pSv/h      < 0.0lpSv/h     I2              NW        1.9
641.8pSv/h      < 0.0lpSv/h     2               W         1.6
700.6pSv/h      < 0.0lpSv/h     I•1".           NNW       1.5
810.3ItSv/h     < 0.0lpSv/h     lit*            ENE       1.8
908.51tSv/h     < 0.OlpSv/h     It.             NE        1.5
2399.0pSv/h     < 0.OlpSv/h                     ENE       1.4
1361.0pSv/h     < 0.0lpSv/h                     E
6400.0pSv/h     < 0.OlpSv/h                     ENE       4.9
2300.0pSv/h     < 0.01iSv/h                     NE    -
2900.0pSv/h     < 0.0 1 pSv/h   -
3391.0pSv/h     < 0.01iSv/h         It          NE        2.0
2720.OpSv/h     < 0.OlpSv/h         I1L         NNE       1.9
1900.OpSv/h     < 0.01.Sv/h                     ENE       2.3
5350.0pSv/h     < 0.01pSv/h          IW         NE        1.6
2633.OpSv/h     < 0.01tSv/h     W               E         1.8
2578.0pSv/h     < 0.01PSv/h                     N         1.8
4418.0pSv/h     < 0.01pSv/h                     ESE       1.6
3138.0pSv/h     < 0.01iSv/h                     E         0.9
3261.OpSv/h     < 0.OlpSv/h     1L              N         1.8
10850.0iSv/h    < O.OlpSv/h                     ENE       1.4
8234.OpSv/h     < 0.01pSv/h                     W         1.4
2851.OpSv/h     < 0.01pSv/h                     NW        4.1
2672.OpSv/h     < 0.0.lkSv/h                    WSW       3.0
2538.0 1iSv/h   < O.OlpSv/h     ______WSW                 1.0
2430.0pSv/h     < 0.01pSv/h     _           _   WSW       1.2
2331.0iSv/h      < 0.01tSv/h       t1                                       N     2.4
2257.0 1 iSv/h   < 0.011iSv/h.                                              NW    2.7
2182.OpSv/h      < O.OlpSv/h       IL1                                      NW    2.1
2122.OpSv/h      < .o 1ipSv/h       IlW                                     ENE   1.7
2059.0pSv/h      < O.OlpSv/h                                                SSW   1.9
2002.016Sv/h     < O.OlpSv/h                                                SSE   2.3
1937.0pSv/h      < O.OlpSv/h                                                W     2.1
1888.0tSv/h      < 0.01pSv/h                                                WNW   2.1
1835.0tiSv/h     < O.O1pSv/h                                                WEW   3.1
1788.0tSv/h      < 0.01[iSv/h                                               NW    2.3
1752.016Sv/h     < 0.011Sv/h       ILl                                      NW    3.4
1697.0pSv/h      < 0.OlpSv/h       ____._____.__                            NNW   3.0
1664.0 1i5v/h    < O.0lpSv/h       1.                                       N     2.7
1629.OpSv/h      < 0.0lpSv/h       _____t_.                            __NNW      2.6
1591.OpSv/h      < 0.0 1 pSv/h     •                                        W     2.6
351.4 pSv/h      < 0.01 pSv/h      ____.                ____NE                    1.1
350.1 pSv/h      < 0.01 pSv/h      1        J•                              SSW   0.4
350.0 pSv/h      < 0.01 pSv/h      _____l                      ___NNW             0.6
348.2 iSv/h      < 0.01 pSv/h      _          _            __E                    0.9
345.9 ViSv/h     < 0.01 iSv/h      _                       _                W     0.5
344.8 pSv/h      < 0.01 iiSv/h     ___,__NW                                       1.5
344.6 pSv/h      < 0.01 pSv/h      _              _            _            N     1.5
341.7 pSv/h      < 0.01 pSv/h      _                       _                W     1.8.
340.8 pSv/h      < 0.01 pSv/h      _                       _                W     1.8
339.4 iSv/h      < 0.01 pSv/h           ______NW                                  1.0
338.3 ptSv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h           _                      _            W     1.3
336.1 itSv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h           _                      _            W     2.3
334.7 ýtSv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h           _                      _            W     3.1
333.8 ýiSv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h           _              _               _W         3.6
314.5 iiSv/h     < 0.01 t•Sv/h          _                      _            W     3.7
313.5 pSv/h      < 0.01 pSv/h           _                      _            W     3.8
381.3   pSv/h    < 0.01   pSv/h         _                      _            W     3.7
379.0   pSv/h    < 0.01   pSv/h         _SW                                       3.7
373.0   pSv/h    < 0.01   pSv/h         _             ___WSW                      3.2
372.5   pSv/h    < 0.01   pSv/h    1                                        SW    3.8
372.7   iSv/h    < 0.01   pSv/h                                             SW
                                                                            S     3.4
373.7   pSv/h    < 0.01   pSv/h         _                      _            SW    3.7
371.9   pSv/h    < 0.01   OiSv/h        _                      _            SW    3.0
3786.0 pSv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h           _                      _            W     5.1
3782.0 pSv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h           _             ___WSW                      5.0
3763.0 pSv/h     < 0.01 tiSv/h          _                      _            W     6.8
3759.0 pSv/h     < 0.01 pISv/h          ___".__NW                                 5.2
3755.0 pSv/h     < 0.01 iýSv/h
                           flf                                              NW    5.6
3754.0 pSv/h     < 0.01 iSv/h           _                          _        W     5.2
3750.0 pSv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h           _                      _            W     7.0
3753.0 pSv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h           _                      _            WSW   4.5
3743.0 pSv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h           _                      _            SW    2.2
647.3 ISv/h      < 0.01 ISv/h      ____.__NW                                      4.8
646.2 pSv/h       < 0.01 pSv/h       __tl_                 __                 NNW   2.3
313.1 pSv/h       < 0.01 pSv/h       ______NW                                       4.7
312.5 ISv/h       < 0.01 pSv/h          _                       _             W     4.4
312.3 pSv/h       < 0.01 pSv/h          ___1_.                        __WNW         2.9
311.0   pSv/h     < 0.01   pSv/h                                              W     3.5
310.7   pSv/h     < 0.01   iSv/h                                              W     3.5
309.7   pSv/h     < 0.01   OSv/h                                              W     3.8
309.3   pSv/h     < 0.01   pSv/h                                              W     3.5
309.1   ýiSv/h    < 0.01   pSv/h                                              W     3.1
4175.0 !iSv/h     < 0.01 iSv/h                                                NW    4.5
4165.0 pSv/h      < 0.01 pSv/h                                                W     4.7
3810.0 ISv/h      < 0.01 pSv/h                                                W     5.2
311.1 pSv/h       < 0.01 pSv/h                                                NW    5.8
310.3 itSv/h      < 0.01 iASv/h                                               W     3.5
309.1 pSv/h       < 0.01   piSv/h                                             W     3.2
309.7 pSv/h       < 0.01   OSv/h                                              W     3.1
3700.0 pSv/h      < 0.01   pSv/h                                              W     5.2
3698.0 pSv/h      < 0.01   IpSv/h                                             W     4.3
3695.0 pSv/h      < 0.01   pSv/h                                              W     4.3
3691.0 pSv/h      < 0.01   pSv/h                                              W     4.1
3676.0   ptSv/h   < 0.01 pSv/h      _                       _                 W     3.1
3675.0 pSv/h      < 0.01 pSv/h       IL.                                      NW    2.8
3672.0 pSv/h      < 0.01 pSv/h      I                                         NW    3.3
3667.0 pSv/h      < 0.01 pSv/h      __.                             __NW            3.4
3639.0 pSv/h      < 0.01 pSv/h                                                WNW   3.6
3650.0 pSv/h      < 0.01 liSv/h     _                       _                 W     2.7
3649.0 pSv/h      < 0.01 pSv/h      _____".                          __WNW          2.1
3641.0 pSv/h      < 0.01 pSv/h      IL1                                       NW    2.4
3645.0 jiSv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h      _                       _                 W     2.6
3643.0 ViSv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h      ________WNW                                     2.7
3638.0 iSv/h      < 0.01 pSv/h      ___,__NW                                        2.9
3638.0   iSv/h    < 0.01 pSv/h      ____".                           __WNW          2.4
3630.0 piSv/h     < 0.01   pSv/h    _            _          __WSW                   2.7
3626.0 pSv/h      < 0.01   OSv/h    ______WNW                                       2.7
292.2 pSv/h       < 0.01   ISv/h    ____1_.                          __WNW          1.2
291.9 pSv/h       < 0.01   pSv/h    ____.__NW                                       0.9
291.7 pSv/h       < 0.01   pSv/h    ___".__NW                                       1.6
291.3 pSv/h       < 0.01   pSv/h    _                       _                 W     1.7
291.2 pSv/h       < 0.01   iSv/h    ___"._                                    NW    1.8
291.1 pSv/h       < 0.01   pSv/h    _            ___                          NW    1.5
290.9 pSv/h       < 0.01 pSv/h      __1_._                                    NW    1.5
290.4 •Sv/h       < 0.01 iiSv/h     ItL-                                      NW    1.4
290.4   IiSv/h    < 0.01 kSv/h      V9__._                                    NW    1.5
289.9 pSv/h       < 0.01 iSv/h      _____.                               _    WNW   1.3
289.7 pSv/h       < 0.01 1iSv/h     _L_                _             _        NW    1.0
289.6 pSv/h       < 0.01 ISv/h      ILE                                       NW    1.3
289.5 pSv/h       < 0.01 pSv/h      _ll_               _             _        NNW   1.2
289.0 pSv/h       < 0.01 iSv/h      ILE._NW                 _                       0.9
289.0   pSv/h   < 0.01   iSv/h    AL".                                  NW    0.9
288.8   pSv/h   < 0.01   iSv/h    At"t2.                                NNW   0.7
288.7   pSv/h   < 0.01   iSv/h    AtIL                                  NW    1.2
287.8   pSv/h   < 0.01   IýSv/h                                         NW    1.3
288.9 pSv/h     < 0.01 iSv/h      ___".__NW                                   1.0
287.0 pSv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h      _                             _       W     1.4
287.3 pSv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h      ?                                     W     1.0
286.6 lSv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h      ?         _                       _   W     1.0
286.4 iiSv/h    < 0.01 IpSv/h     ?                 _                   W     0.8
286.3 iSv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h      _         _t_._                       NW    0.9
286.0 ýiSv/h    < 0.01 pSv/h      E1lt,                                 WNW   1.0
285.6 iSv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h      I1L                                   NW    1.6
285.5 pSv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h      _             _                   _   NW    1.5
285.2 itSv/h    < 0.01 pSv/h      ___,_                                 NW    1.7
284.9 pSv/h     < 0.01   iSv/h    _I_               _                   NW    1.4
284.6 pSv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h      IL                                    N     0.9
284.4 pSv/h     < 0.01 OSv/h      _         ___                         NW    0.6
284.0 pSv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h      _t_                           _       NW    1.0
283.7 pSv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h      __1".__NW                                   0.5
283.7 pSv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h      IL1                                   NW    0.2
283.5 iSv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h      ____._                                NW    0.2
283.0 iSv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h      _                     _t_.__1_.
                                                                _       NNE   0.2
282.9 ISv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h      At1:•                                 NW    0.2
282.6   iSv/h   < 0.01 pSv/h          _                     _           W     0.2
282.0 pSv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h      9I1tq                                 WNW   0.3
282.0 pSv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h          ______WNW                               0.4
281.6 pSv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h          _                     _           W     0.7
281.5 pSv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h          ___".__NW                               0.6
281.2 pSv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h       _                            _       E     0.4
281.1 pSv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h       _                    _               W     0.5
280.9 pSv/h     < 0.01 ýiSv/h     ?                     _               W     0.5
280.7 pSv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h      it                                    N     0.4
280.2 pSv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h      ILR                                   NW    0.2
280.0 VSv/h     < 0.01 ýtSv/h     it                                    N     0.6
279.8 VSv/h     < 0.01 iSv/h      IM                                    NE    0.5
279.4 pSv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h      ILIML                                 NNE   0.5
279.3 pSv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h      ItIt29                                NNW   0.5
279.0 pSv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h      it                                    N     0.6
278.9   pSv/h   < 0.01   pSv/h    10.                                   NW    0.7
278.9   pSv/h   < 0.01   iSv/h    Itf                                   NW    1.0
277.1   pSv/h   < 0.01   iiSv/h   it                                    N     1.0
274.0   pSv/h   < 0.01   pSv/h    Itl                                   NE    1.3
274.0 pSv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h      _             _                   _   W     1.6
273.8 iSv/h     < 0.01 ýiSv/h     it                                    N     1.4
274.1 IpSv/h    < 0.01 piSv/h     ?                 _                   W     1.2
272.7 pSv/h     < 0.01 liSv/h     ItE                                   NW    1.5
273.4 ISv/h     < 0.01 piSv/h     _                     _               W     1.6
272.4 piSv/h    < 0.01 iSv/h      2§                                    W     2.3
271.7 1 Sv/h    < 0.01 pSv/h           it                                              N       2.1
271.6 1iSv/h    < 0.01 iýSv/hf                                                         N       1.9
271.4 pSv/h     < 0.01 ýiSv/h                                                          W       2.0
271.1 pSv/h     < 0.01 itSv/h      A                                                   NW      2.9
271.2 pSv/h     < 0.01 piSv/h      It                                                  N       3.0
270.5 IlSv/h    < 0.01 ISv/h           _            ___                                NW      2.7
270.3 pSv/h     < 0.01 ISv/h                   _____NW                                         2.9
269.9 pSv/h     < 0.01   iSv/h                 _                           _           W       3.4
269.9 pSv/h     < 0.01   IpSv/h    ?                              _                    W       3.7
269.8 pSv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h                   _                                       W       3.3
269.2 pSv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h           109                                             NW      2.5
268.7 pSv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h       2I1L•                                               WNW     2.6
267.6 pSv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h                   __11_.                                  WNW     2.8
268.9 pSv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h                   _                      _                W       2.3
267.5 pSv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h       9                                                   W       3.3
267.0 pSv/h     < 0.01 lSv/h       E                                                   W       2.9
266.9 pSv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h       EIL2.                                               WNW     3.1
266.7 pSv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h           1LL1                                            NNW     2.0
266.4 pSv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h                   _              _                _       W       1.8
26641 pSv/h     < 0.01 iSv/h           _____.__NW                                              2.2
265.7 pSv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h                   _____NW                                         2.5
265.4 pSv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h       it_                                                 N       2.3
264.8 iSv/h     < 0.01   pSv/h                 ____                                    SW      1.8
265.0 piSv/h    < 0.01   pSv/h                 _                      _                W       1.9
264.4 pSv/h     < 0.01   IiSv/h    It                                                  N       1.5
264.5 iSv/h     < 0.01   pSv/h                 ____._                                  NW      1.3
264.1 pSv/h     < 0.01   pSv/h     i2J9                                                SW      1.5
264.4 pSv/h     < 0.01   pSv/h                 29                                      SW      1.7
263.4   pSv/h   < 0.01   pSv/h                 __11_.                              _   WNW     1.6
263.5   iSv/h   < 0.01   iSv/h                 _____N                                          1.7
263.1   pSv/h   < 0.01   pSv/h                 _                          _            W       1.3
262.9   pSv/h   < 0.01   iSv/h
                            fIfi                                                       SE      1.2
263.3 pSv/h     < 0.01   iSv/h         _                  _                _           E       1.1
264.3   pSv/h   < 0.01 pSv/h           _              _               __S                      1.8
261.3   pSv/h   < 0.01 pSv/h               _          _               __SE                     2.7
262.0   pSv/h   < 0.01 pSv/h       i                                                   S       3.0
261.9   pSv/h   < 0.01 iSv/h               _____ESE                                            2.6
262.7   pSv/h   < 0.01 pSv/h               _                          _                SE      2.5
264.1 pSv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h               _                          _                E       2.0
3484.0 pSv/h    < 0.01 pSv/h               _                          _                ESE     1.8
3414.0 pSv/h    < 0.01 pSv/h               _                          _                SSE     2.0
3382.0 pSv/h    < 0.01 pSv/h               _______SE                                           1.7
3371 pSv/h      < 0.01 pSv/h       AMA                            _                _   ESE     1.6
3362 pSv/h      < 0.01 pSv/h       1                                                   S       1.7
3357 pSv/h      < 0.01 pSv/h               _          _               __ESE                    1.9
3352 pSv/h      < 0.01 liSv/h              _          _                   __SE                 1.9
3342pSv/h       < 0.01 liSv/h      j•J1•JIl                                             SSE    1.7
3348pSv/h       < 0.01 pSv/h                        V                                   SSE
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33571iSv/h    < 0.01 IýSv/h     mml                                   SSE   1.6
33391Sv/h     < 0.01 pISv/h         _____                             ESE   1.5
33461tSv/h    < 0.01 lSv/h      1                                     S     1.5
33451pSv/h    < 0.01 lSv/h                _                   _       SE    1.4
3368p•v/h     < 0.01 lSv/h                __S                               1.7
3582p•v/h     < 0.01 ISv/h                ______SSE                         1.9
40751iSv/h    < 0.01 tiSv/h             HJ•                           SSE   2.3
3823pSv/h     < 0.01 liSv/h          _          _____SSE                    2.1
4396p•v/h     < 0.01 liSv/h     1•J13JW                               SSE   2.2
4485p•v/h     < 0.01 pSv/h      jJ1lJ                                 SSE   2.4
4352p•v/h     < 0.01 IpSv/h         _                     _           ESE   2.0
4535p•v/h     < 0.01 lSv/h          1                                 S     2.1
4419pSv/h     < 0.01 liSv/h     J'I                                   SSE   1.8
4277pSv/h     < 0.01   pSv/h        _             _           _       E     2.1
4735pSv/h                ffiI
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5055tpSv/h    < 0.01 I[Sv/h     ISJ                                   5     2.0
5033pSv/h     < 0.01 I[Sv/h          _F________SSE                          2.1
4952p•v/h     < 0.01 ISv/h      1FJ1•JW                               SSE   3.1
425lpSv/h     < 0.01 ItSv/h     1J                                    S     2.3
4182pSv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h      1                                     S     1.8
4090pSv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h      jlJ1FJi                               SSW   1.8
4084p.Sv/h    < 0.01 pSv/h      MM29                                  SSW   1.2
4069pSv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h           _-                   __S               1.2
4069pSv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h           _            _               _   S     1.2
3922p.Sv/h    < 0.01 p.Sv/h         _                     _           SSW   1.5
38851pSv/h    < 0.01 pSv/h      11i                                   SSW   1.5
3832pSv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h      MJM5                                  SSW   1.4
3788p•v/h     < 0.01 pSv/h           _                    _           W     1.5
3745tpSv/h    < 0.01 pSv/h      j                                     SW    1.3
3728p•v/h     < 0.01 pSv/h      i                                     SW    1.4
3699tiSv/h    < 0.01 iSv/h      1tii~i•SSW                                  1.4
3669tSv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h                                            S     1.3
3634p•v/h     < 0.01 pSv/h                                            WSW   1.5
3611•pSv/h    < 0.01 pSv/h                                            WSW   1.3
447.6IiSv/h   < 0.01 pSv/h      M                                     S     3.0
441.2piSv/h   < 0.01 itSv/h               _               _           W     0.5
434.51tSv/h   < 0.01 pSv/h      21t2                                  WSW   0.7
429.2p1Sv/h   < 0.01 ISv/h      -A _                  _               SW    0.8
423.9piSv/h   < 0.01 pSv/h      291tg                                 WNW   0.6
419.11pSv/h   < 0.01 pSv/h      MM25                                  SSW   0.5
414.21iSv/h   < 0.01 pSv/h                _               _           W     0.6
409.4tiSv/h   < 0.01 lSv/h                _               _           W     0.3
405.21iSv/h   <0.01 pSv/h                 _               _           W     0.3
401.61iSv/h   < 0.01- lSv/h               _______i__                  NNW   0.4
397.81tSv/h   < 0.01 liSv/h               _               _           W     0.5
393.91iSv/h              fJfi
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389.2pSv/h    < 0.01 lSv/h          ______SW                                0.7
385.9pSv/h    < 0.01 liSv/h         _                     _           W     0.5
382.9pSv/h    < 0.01 pISv/h     9                                 W      0.5
379.6pSv/h    < 0.01 pSv/h      ME                                SW     0.4
375.9pSv/h    < 0.01 tSv/h      R                                 W      0.4
373.6pSv/h    < 0.01 ISv/h                                        S      0.3
371.2pSv/h    < 0.01 pSv/h      It".                              NW     0.4
368.9pSv/h    < 0.01 IýSv/h      _____WNW                                0.3
32541iSv/h    < 0.01 ItSv/h      _____.                   __WNW          2.8
32561iSv/h    <0.01 pSv/h               __l_.   _          _      NW     1.2
3244pSv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h      2911".                            WNW,   1.2
3229pSv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h      2                                 WSW    1.4
3224pSv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h      2                                 WSW    1.4
3219pSv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h      M29                               SW     1.2
32311 iSv/h   < 0.01 itSv/h      29                               SW     1.1
3342pSv/h     < 0.01 piSv/h                                       WSW    0.9
32841pSv/h    <0.01 itSv/h                                        W      1.4
3248 1aSv/h   < 0.01 ISv/h                                        WSW    1.3
3279pSv/h     < 0.01 itSv/h                                       WSW    1.3
3247tiSv/h    < 0.01 iSv/h       _                  _             WSW    1.3
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3195 1        < 0.01 lSv/h       _____WSW                                1.4
31881pSv/h    < 0.01 lASv/h     1                                 SW     1.6
318lpSv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h       _______WSW                              1.3
313.7pSv/h    < 0.01 pSv/h      i1t".                             N      3.0
312.2pSv/h    < 0.01 pSv/h      I.                                N      0.3
311.lpSv/h    < 0.01 pSv/h      i                                 S      0.3
310kiSv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h       _                  _             WSW    0.6
309.l1Sv/h    < 0.01 pSv/h       _                  _             WSW    0.3
308.61iSv/h   < 0.01 VSv/h-     It.L                              NNW    0.4
306.9•iSv/h   < 0.01 pSv/h      •IL1                              WNW    0.6
306pSv/h      < 0.01 ýiSv/h      _                  _             SW     0.7
305.1liSv/h   < 0.01   IiSv/h    _          _       __SSE                0.7
304.31VSv/h   < 0.01 OSv/h       _                  _             E      0.7
303.61iSv/h              f1i
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303.11pSv/h   < 0.01 I[Sv/h     •IL1                              WNW    0.6
301.7liSv/h   < 0.01 itSv/h      _          _       __E                  0.6
301.31tSv/h   < 0.01 iSv/h       _                  _             W      0.5
300.5pSv/h    < 0.01 1 iSv/h     _____WNW                                0.4
299.21iSv/h   < 0.01 ýiSv/h      _          _       __SE                 0.6
299.21iSv/h   < 0.01 iSv/h       _                  _             W      0.6
298.51iSv/h   < 0.01 iSv/h                                        5
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297.51iSv/h   < 0.01 ISv/h       __S                                     0.5
296.4pSv/h    < 0.01 I[Sv/h      ____S                                   0.5
295.8pSv/h    < 0.01 ISv/h       _                  _             E      0.9
295.lpSv/h    < 0.01 ItSv/h     I1.                               NW     0.9
295.4pSv/h    < 0.01 pISv/h      __                               E      0.9
294.31Sv/h    < 0.01 iSv/h      1tI                               SE     0.9
293.8pSv/h    < 0.01 lSv/h       _                  _             W      0.9
293.6pSv/h    < 0.0.1 iSv/h     1I                                SE     0.7
292.6pSv/h    < 0.01 ItSv/h                                     ENE
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292.3 iSv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h      W1KJW                             ESE   0.4
291.5ýtSv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h      1JW                               NNE   0.3
290.9iSv/h      < 0.01 pSv/h                                        E     0.4
290.6IiSv/h     < 0.01 OSv/h          1L,                           NW    0.7
289.81tSv/h     < 0.01 tSv/h                                        W     0.3
289.111Sv/h     < 0.01 liSv/h                                       W     0.7
288.9piSv/h     < 0.01 OSv/h                                        W     0.8
288.6jiSv/h     < 0.01 lSv/h                                        NW    0.6
287.2 1 iSv/h   < 0.01 lSv/h      j                                 SE    0.6
399tiSv/h       < 0.01 pSv/h      ILILW                             NNE   0.3
830.81.Sv/h     < 0.01 lSv/h                                        WNW   0.5
670.61.Sv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h                                        WSW   0.3
431.91iSv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h                                        E     0.4
390.51iSv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h                                        ENE   0.6
522.5ýSSv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h      ________ENE                             0.6
364.51iSv/h     <   0.01 iSv/h    __,               ____NE                0.9
336.56.Sv/h     <   0.01 iSv/h    _                     _           E     1.6
323.8 1
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425.21iSv/h     <   0.01 ISv/h    _                     _           E     2.0
657.31pSv/h     < 0.01   pSv/h    W                                 E     1.5
358.31pSv/h     < 0.01   pSv/h    1                                 SE    1.8
346.lpSv/h      < 0.01   pSv/h    1                                 SE    1.8
341.2iiSv/h     < 0.01   pSv/h    1LJ                               S     1.9
338.4ptSv/h     < 0.01   pSv/h    1ti                               SE    1.9
334.31tSv/h     < 0.01   IpSv/h   __                                E     1.7
330.2p1Sv/h     < 0.01   pSv/h     I                                SSE   1.5
327. 1i1Sv/h    < 0.01   pSv/h    1ti                               SSE   1.5
322.6pSv/h      < 0.01   pSv/h    1                                 SW    1.6
319.8pSv/h      < 0.01 pSv/h      _                     _           W     2.2
315.lpSv/h      < 0.01 pSv/h      ___1_.                    __WNW         2.9
313.•pSv/h      < 0.01 pSv/h      _                     _           SW    3.4
39541iSv/h      < 0.01 piSv/h     _         _           __WNW             4.0
3901•pSv/h      < 0.01 pISv/h     _                     _           W     4.7
3882p1Sv/h      < 0.01 ýiSv/h     ?             _                   W     6.8
38281pSv/h      < 0.01 iSv/h      _5                                W     5.7
38021Sv/h              iSv/h
                < 0.01 1          _         _           __WNW             5.6
37491iSv/h      < 0.01 ýiSv/h     _                     _           W     5.7
37041iSv/h      < 0.01 liSv/h     ______                            WSW   5.9
36551iSv/h      < 0.01 iSv/h      ?M                    _           WSW   6.1
3629p1Sv/h      < 0.01 iSv/h      ___,_                             NW    4.2
35941iSv/h      < 0.01 iSv/h      _                 _               W     3.7
35651pSv/h      < 0.01 iSv/h      ______NW                                5.3
35291pSv/h      < 0.01 itSv/h     _                     _           W     4.3
3491p5v/h       < 0.01 liSv/h     __                                W     5.1
3473tpSv/h      < 0.01 liSv/h         jI1I                          SSW   4.9
3443pjSv/h      < 0.01 iSv/h      _                     _           W     5.8
3417p•v/h       < 0.01 iSv/h      _______NE                               3.4
33961iSv/h      < 0.01 iSv/h      _                     _           W     4.6
3375pSv/h      < 0.01 pSv/h      it                               N     4.9
3348pSv/h      < 0.01 pSv/h      MMJ12                            SSW   3.1
3340pSv/h      < 0.01 pSv/h      1                                SE    2.6
3279liSv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h      _                    _           W     4.9
3281iiSv/h     < 0.01 ltSv/h     _                    _           W     4.6
3229pSv/h      < 0.01 pSv/h      _                    _           W     3.4
3194pSv/h      < 0.01 pSv/h      _        _           __SW              3.8
3474pSv/h      < 0.01 pSv/h      1J•                              SW    4.6
3167pSv/h      < 0.01 pSv/h      _            _           _       S     3.9
3165pSv/h      < 0.01 pSv/h      AL_.•                            NW    2.4
3137pSv/h      < 0.01 liSv/h     ?9                               W     4.8
3135pSv/h      < 0.01 iSv/h      _                _               W     5.0
3126pSv/h      < 0.01 liSv/h         ME                           WSW   4.5
3111pSv/h      < 0.01 p.Sv/h     _            _           _       WSW   6.1
3089p.Sv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h      _                _               W     5.1
3078pSv/h      < 0.01 iSv/h      _                _               W     5.7
307lpSv/h      < 0.01 pSv/h      _                _               W     4.5
3058pSv/h                f
               < 0.01 pSv/h      11                               NW    4.1
305lpSv/h      < 0.01 pSv/h      _                    _           W     3.3
3033pSv/h      < 0.01 pSv/h      _                    _           W     3.8
3024PSv/h      < 0.01 liSv/h     __                               W     3.5
3020pSv/h      < 0.01 iSv/h      _                    _           W     3.6
3007pSv/h      < 0.01 ISv/h      _                    _           W     2.7
3002pSv/h      < 0.01 pSv/h      __                               W     2.8
2998pSv/h      < 0.01 iSv/h      E                                W     4.1
2992pSv/h      < 0.01 pSv/h      _                _               W     3.5
2978p.Sv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h      _                _               W     4.4
29721Sv/h      < 0.01 pSv/h          ME_                      _   WSW   4.1
29651aSv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h      29W                      _       WSW   3.2
2961 1 iSv/h   < 0.01 I4Sv/h     _____                            WSW   2.7
2957p1Sv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h      _                _               W     2.8
2946p1Sv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h      ?9                               W     2.7
2941pSv/h      < 0.01 pSv/h      _                _               W     2.2
2937pSv/h      < 0.01 pSv/h      _                _               W     2.6
293lpSv/h      < 0.01 pSv/h      _                _               W     3.1
2924pSv/h      < 0.01   pSv/h    _                    _           W     2.6
2917tiSv/h     < 0.01   lSv/h    __                               W     2.5
2912pSv/h      < 0.01   pSv/h    _                _               W     2.6
29091tSv/h     < 0.01   pSv/h    _                _               W     3.1
2906pSv/h      < 0.01 pSv/h      _                _               W     3.4
29001tSv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h      _                _               W     3.3
2895pSv/h      < 0.01 pSv/h      _            _           _       W     2.3
2891pSv/h      < 0.01 pSv/h                                       W     1.8
2883pSv/h      < 0.01   iiSv/h   __                               W     2.0
2880pSv/h      < 0.01 pSv/h                                       W     2.2
2880pSv/h      < 0.01 pSv/h      AIM.                             ENE   1.2
2876pSv/h      < 0.01 liSv/h     29M29                            WSW   0.8
2855pSv/h      < 0.01 pSv/h      _            _           _       W     1.0
2854VSv/h        < 0.01 pSv/h     2§                                     W     2.0
2847ItSv/h       < 0.01 pSv/h     291t2.                                 WNW   1.4
2844pSv/h        < 0.01 iiSv/h             _             _               W     1.8
2841Sv/h         < 0.01 iSv/h                                            W     2.5
2836pSv/h        < 0.01 tSv/h                                            WNW   2.4
2828pSv/h        < 0.01 pSv/h              _                 _           W     2.4
2828iSv/h        < 0.01 pSv/h              ___,                   __WNW        2.9
2821.0 pSv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h     1J                                     SW    4.5
2814.0 ISv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h         iJ                                 SW    3.7
2808.0 pSv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h              _                 _           W     2.8
2805.0 pSv/h     < 0.01 IpSv/h    _                      _               SW    3.5
2803.0 pSv/h     < 0.01 VSv/h     _                      _               WSW   3.0
2791.0 pSv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h     _                      _               WSW   3.4
2797.0 pSv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h      IL,                                   NW    4.6
2794.0 pSv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h     _____NW                                      3.2
2793.0 pSv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h     _                      _               W     3.0
2788.0 pSv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h      ILI•                                  NE    2.9
2785.0 pSv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h     1                                      SW    2.1
2781.0 pSv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h     _                      _               NE    2.5
2778.0 pSv/h     <   0.01 iSv/h   _                      _               W     1.8
2773.0 pSv/h     <   0.01 pSv/h   ___,                           __WNW         2.1
2771.0 pSv/h     <   0.01 iSv/h   _                      _               W     1.6
2767.0 pSv/h     <   0.01 pSv/h   _                      _               W     1.8
2764.0 liSv/h    < 0.01 pSv/h     1                                      NW    1.5
2761.0 pSv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h     Itt                                    NW    2.3
2759.0   iSv/h   < 0.01 ISv/h     __t_.                           __WNW        2.1
2745.0 pSv/h     < 0.01 ISv/h     _                      _               WSW   1.0
2745.0 pSv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h     ILW                                    NE    1.1
2741.0 pSv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h              I                             NNE   1.9
2758.0 pSv/h     < 0.01 ISv/h     _                      _               W     1.1
3185.0 pSv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h                                            5
                                                                         S     1.0
2939.0 pSv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h     _                      _               W     0.9
2771.0 pSv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h     IL"                                    NW    0.5
2743.0 pSv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h     ____S                                        0.8
2739.0 pSv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h     1                                      SW    0.8
273.2 pSv/h      < 0.01 pSv/h     ___.            ___.            __NNW        3.5
271.8 pSv/h      < 0.01 pSv/h     1.                                     N     1.6
271.2 ISv/h      < 0.01 pSv/h      1,•1.                                 NNW   1.5
270.9 pSv/h      < 0.01 pSv/h     2            _1t2          _           WNW   1.5
270.4 pSv/h      < 0.01 pSv/h     iL                                     N     0.7
269.8 pSv/h      < 0.01 pSv/h     :1ItI                                  NNE   0.6
269.5 pSv/h      < 0.01 pSv/h     It*_._                                 NE    0.6
2683.0 pSv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h     __t_._N                                      2.2
2679.0 IiSv/h    < 0.01 ipSv/h    ILI,                                   NE    0.6
2679.0 [iSv/h    < 0.01 pSv/h     _____NE                                      0.7
2677.0 pSv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h     _             ___                      ENE   0.9
2670.0 pSv/h     < 0.01 IpSv/h    AIM,                                   ENE   0.8
2654.0 pSv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h     SAM_._                                 ENE   0.6
2664.0 ItSv/h   < 0.01 ýiSv/h         _       _     __ENE                0.9
2661.0 itSv/h   < 0.01 itSv/h         ___1                 __ENE         1.1
2661.0 pSv/h    < 0.01 liSv/h         ___.         ____ESE               0.6
2659.0 pSv/h    < 0.01 liSv/h         _       _     __SSE                0.6
2652.0 tiSv/h   < 0.01 liSv/h         _       _     __NE                 0.6
2653.0 tiSv/h   < 0.01 pSv/h                                       NE    0.8
2637.0 pISv/h   < 0.01 tiSv/h         11                           N     0.9
2630.0 tiSv/h   < 0.01 pSv/h                                       NE    1.3
2629.0 liSv/h   < 0.01 liSv/h         _             _              E     1.3
2627.0 pSv/h    < 0.01 tiSv/h         _       _     __E                  1.5
2625.0 liSv/h   < 0.01 piSv/h         ________NE                         1.3
2619.0 liSv/h   < 0.01 pSv/h          _             _              E     1.5
2617.0 p.Sv/h   < 0.01   p.Sv/h   :IW                              NE    1.4
2614.0 pSv/h    < 0.01   pSv/h    W1I.                             ENE   1.2
2614.0 piSv/h   < 0.01   pSv/h    W11.                             ENE   1.2
2608.0 p.Sv/h   < 0.01   pSv/h                                     NE    1.0
2623.0 pISv/h   < 0.01   pSv/h                                     ENE   1.0
2661.0 p.Sv/h   < 0.01   p.Sv/h                                    NE    1.5
2742.0 I.Sv/h   < 0.01   p.Sv/h       ILW                          NE    1.2
2726.0 pSv/h    < 0.01   p.Sv/h                                    E     1.2
2608.8 pSv/h    < 0.01   p.Sv/h                                    E     1.1
2605.0 pSv/h    < 0.01   p.Sv/h                                    E     1.2
2596.0 pSv/h    < 0.01   pSv/h                                     NE    1.3
2589.0 p.Sv/h   < 0.01   pSv/h                                     E     0.7
2583.0 liSv/h   < 0.01   pSv/h        IL.                          NE    1.3
2579.0 pSv/h    < 0.01   p.Sv/h              1W                    ENE   1.4
2578.0 pSv/h    < 0.01   i.Sv/h                                    ENE   1.8
2569.0 OSv/h    < 0.01   pSv/h        IL,                          NE    1.5
2571.0 pSv/h    < 0.01   p.Sv/h                                    ENE   1.4
2562.0 i.Sv/h   < 0.01   ptSv/h                                    NE    1.2
2564.Op.Sv/h    < 0.01   p.Sv/h                                    NE    1.3
2559.0 pSv/h    < 0.01   pSv/h                                     E     1.3
2558.0 pSv/h    < 0.01   liSv/h   I                                S     1.1
2552.0 pSv/h    < 0.01   liSv/h                                    SE    1.2
2551.0 p.Sv/h   < 0.01   iiSv/h                                    SE    1.0
2551.0 pSv/h    < 0.01 p.Sv/h         ________NE                         1.1
2550.0 tiSv/h   < 0.01 p.Sv/h         _            _               SE    1.3
2567.0 pSv/h    < 0.01 pSv/h          _             _              E     1.5
2588.0 p.Sv/h   < 0.01 pSv/h          _                _           SE    1.4
2660.0 liSv/h   < 0.01 pSv/h          ______SE                           1.6
2593.0 liSv/h   < 0.01 pSv/h          _______SE                          1.7
2654.0 ISv/h    < 0.01 liSv/h         ________SE                         1.8
2741.0 pISv/h   < 0.01 tSv/h      1JL•                             SE    2.0
2768.0 p.Sv/h   < 0.01 p.Sv/h     1JW                              SE    1.6
2999.0 VSv/h    < 0.01 p.Sv/h                                      S     1.7
2923.0 pSv/h    < 0.01 p.Sv/h     A 3K                             SE    1.8
3056.0 lSv/h    < 0.01 p.Sv/h         _       _        __SE              1.9
3202.0 ISv/h    < 0.01 pSv/h      1•J•JW                           SSE   2.3
3346.0   pSv/h   < 0.01   pSv/h    mJ                                         S     2.1
3054.0   iSv/h   < 0.01   pSv/h    1J1JW                                      SSE   2.0
3071.0   OSv/h   < 0.01   pSv/h    1•                                         S     1.9
3342.0   lSv/h   < 0.01   iSv/h                                               5
                                                                              S     1.9
3337.0   iSv/h   < 0.01   liSv/h   i                                          S     1.7
3003.0   pSv/h   < 0.01   ISv/h         __S                                         1.9
3046.0   pSv/h   < 0.01   iSv/h         _             ___SSE                        2.1
3171.0   pSv/h   < 0.01   pSv/h         __S                                         1.8
2940.0   iSv/h   < 0.01   pSv/h                                               5
                                                                              S     2.0
2851.0   iSv/h   < 0.01   pSv/h         _                     _               S     1.9
2830.0   iSv/h   < 0.01   pSv/h    14J1Ji                                     SSW   2.2
2960.0 ISv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h      1_S                                              2.0
2839.0 iSv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h               ____SSW                                 2.1
2773.0 iSv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h               __S                                     2.1
2763.0 liSv/h    < 0.01 pSv/h      1i•                                        SW    1.8
2758.0 pSv/h     < 0.01 iSv/h               _           ___SSW                      2.0
2729.0 liSv/h    < 0.01 iSv/h      I                                          SE    1.7
2715.0 iSv/h     < 0.01 iSv/h      IJ                                         SSW   2.1
2707.0 iSv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h          ji                                     SW    1.7
2693.0 pSv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h      jJ1:Ji                                     SSW   1.6
2680.0 pSv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h      1~I                                        S     2.6
2673.0 pSv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h                                                 S     2.6
2658.0 lpSv/h    < 0.01 pSv/h      [•Ji                                       SW    2.4
2651.0 ltSv/h    < 0.01 pSv/h                                                 WSW   1.8
2658.0 l Sv/h    < 0.01 pSv/h                                                 NNE   1.0
2623.0 iSv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h                                                 W     1.4
2683.0 liSv/h    < 0.01 pSv/h                                                 WSW   1.0
2614.0 ISv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h      1i•                                        SW    2.0
2602.0 pSv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h                                                 SW    1.8
2595.0 iSv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h      ILIL.                                      NNW   0.8
2632.0 pSv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h                                                 NE    1.2
2828.0 pSv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h                                                 W     1.2
2704.0 iSv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h      I[                                         NE    1.4
2682.0 lSv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h                                                 NW    1.0
2586.0 ISv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h                                                 W     1.6
2552.0 iSv/h     < 0.01 liSv/h     i____i                             __WNW         1.2
2550.0 pSv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h       11.                                       NW    1.0
2542.0 pISv/h    < 0.01 pSv/h               __1_.                     __WNW         2.0
2537.0 pSv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h               _                     _           W     2.2
2532.0 pSv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h               __t_.                     __WNW         2.4
2518.0 pSv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h               _                     _           W     2.4
2517.0 pSv/h     < 0.01 IpSv/h              _                 _               W     2.0
2510.0 pSv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h               _           _t_       _           WNW   2.0
2506.0 tiSv/h    < 0.01 ISv/h               __1_.                      _      WNW   2.2
2503.0 tiSv/h    < 0.01 pSv/h      __t_                                       NW    1.6
2492.0 pSv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h      _              ___                         NW    2.2
2487.0 pSv/h     < 0.01 ISv/h      _              _           __WNW                 2.6
2485.0 pSv/h     < 0.01 ISv/h      _____NW                                          3.2
2483.0 pISv/h      < 0.01 jiSv/h          _               _               W     1.2
2475.0 pSv/h       < 0.01 pSv/h       _1t_.                        _      WNW   1.3
2469.0 pSv/h       < 0.01 pSv/h           ____.                   __WNW         0.8
2462.0 pSv/h       < 0.01 tiSv/h          _               _               W     1.0
2455.0 pSv/h       < 0.01 pSv/h       _1_,                        __WNW         1.2
2457.0 pSv/h       < 0.01 pSv/h           _               _               W     1.0
2453.0 pSv/h       < 0.01 pSv/h           _               _               W     0.8
2452.0 pSv/h       < 0.01 pSv/h               _               _           W     1.0
2449.0 pSv/h       < 0.01 pSv/h               ______WNW                         1.3
2444.0 pSv/h       < 0.01 pSv/h               _               _           W     0.9
2439.0 pSv/h       < 0.01 vISv/h              _               _           W     0.8
2438.0 pSv/h       < 0.01 pSv/h       •1".                                WNW   0.9
2433.0 pSv/h       < 0.01 p.Sv/h                                          WNW   1.0
2396.0 pSv/h       < 0.01 iSv/h                                           WNW   1.0
2392.0 pSv/h       < 0.01 pSv/h                                           W     0.8
2389.0 pSv/h       < 0.01   pSv/h                                         W     0.6
2385.0 pSv/h       < 0.01   pSv/h                                         W     0.5
2383.0 IiSv/h      < 0.01   pSv/h                                         NW    0.7
2380.0 1iSv/h      < 0.01   pSv/h                                         NW    0.8
2396.0 pSv/h       < 0.01   pSv/h     IL.                                 NW    0.5
2392.0 pSv/h       < 0.01   pSv/h                                         W     0.9
2389.0 pSv/h       < 0.01 pSv/h       I".                                 NW    0.8
2385.0   1iSv/h    < 0.01   pSv/h                                         NW    1.0
2383.0   ýiSv/h    < 0.01   4Sv/h    I.                                   N     1.0
2380.0   iiSv/h    < 0.01   pSv/h    f                                    W     0.6
2378.0   pSv/h     < 0.01   iSv/h    X                                    ESE   0.5
2375.0   pSv/h     < 0.01   iSv/h    ?It5                                 WNW   0.8
2372.0   pSv/h     < 0.01   pSv/h    2                                    W     0.8
2370.0   pSv/h     < 0.01   pSv/h    I                                    NW    0.7
2366.0   pSv/h     < 0.01   pSv/h    I                                    NW    0.7
2364.0   pSv/h     < 0.01   iSv/h    -filt                                WNW   1.1
2362.0   pSv/h     < 0.01   iSv/h    210§                                 WNW   0.8
2356.0   pSv/h     < 0.01   pSv/h    ltI                                  NW    0.6
2351.0   pSv/h     < 0.01   pSv/h    At5                                  NW    1.1
2350.0   iSv/h     < 0.01   pSv/h    ffilt.i                              WNW   1.3
2347.0   iSv/h     < 0.01    •Sv/h   2IL12                                WNW   1.6
2345.0   1 iSv/h   < 0.01   pSv/h    29Ig                                 WNW   0.9
2343.0   pISv/h    < 0.01   pSv/h                                         W     0.7
2341.0   ItSv/h    < 0.01   pSv/h                                         E     0.7
2339.0 IpSv/h      < 0.01 ISv/h                                           E     0.8
2336.0 jiSv/h      < 0.01 IiSv/h     WILE                                 ENE   0.7
2333.0 1iSv/h      < 0.01 iSv/h                                           E     1.0
2330.0 piSv/h      < 0.01 ISv/h                                           E     1.4
2324.0 pSv/h       < 0.01 liSv/h     It*                                  NE    1.2
2326.0   pSv/h     < 0.01   liSv/h   M5                                   SW    1.1
2325.0   pSv/h     < 0.01   ISv/h        29                               SW    0.9
2319.0   liSv/h    < 0.01   pSv/h    It*                                  NE    1.6
2312.0   iSv/h     < 0.01   ISv/h    _w
                                      _E                                        1.4
2293.0 pSv/h    < 0.01 pSv/h      __                                 E     1.2
2283.0 pSv/h    < 0.01 pSv/h      _______NNE                               1.0
2271.0 pSv/h    < 0.01 pSv/h           .                             NNE   0.8
2251.0 pSv/h    < 0.01 pSv/h      _____i                     __WNW         0.7
2232.0 iSv/h    < 0.01 pSv/h      ___.__NE                                 0.8
2215.0 ltSv/h   < 0.01 liSv/h         iL                             NW    0.8
2200.0 ýiSv/h   < 0.01 ýiSv/h     _______WSW                               0.9
2168.0Sv/h      < 0.01 .iSv/h     _                _                 W     1.2
2161.OpSv/h     < 0.01 lSv/h      _        ___                       NW    1.0
2147.0 pSv/h    < 0.01 liSv/h     ___.i_                             NW    0.8
2140.0 pISv/h   < 0.01 pSv/h      lt                                 NW    0.7
2128.0 ItSv/h   < 0.01 pSv/h      _                _                 W     0.7
2126.0 iSv/h    < 0.01 pSv/h      _                _                 W     1.7
2122.0 itSv/h   < 0.01 pSv/h     it                                  N     4.6
2120.0 pSv/h    < 0.01 iSv/h
                           fI[                                       NE    5.0
2127.0 pSv/h    < 0.01 pSv/h      _            _             _       W     3.0
2114.0 pSv/h    <.0.01 ISv/h      _                    _             W     2.0
2111.0 pSv/h    < 0.01 pSv/h      _____NW                                  4.4
2108.0 pSv/h    < 0.01 pSv/h     IL1                                 NW    4.1
2098.0 pSv/h    < 0.01 pSv/h      1L•                                NW    2.1
2100.0 4Sv/h    < 0.01 pSv/h     ItE                                 NW    2.6
2100.0 p.Sv/h   < 0.01 pSv/h     _5                                  W     2.0
2100.0 pSv/h    < 0.01 iSv/h      _        ___                       NW    1.4
2102.0 pSv/h    < 0.01 ýiSv/h    It29                                NW    1.5
2105.0 pSv/h    < 0.01 iSv/h      _        ___                       NW    1.0
2107.OpSv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h     IIg                                 NW    0.9
2107.0 pSv/h    < 0.01 liSv/h    It                                  N     0.8
2108.0 iISv/h   < 0.01 pSv/h     MJ2                                 SW    1.2
2110.0 iiSv/h   < 0.01 pSv/h     I1                                  N     1.5
2112.0 4Sv/h    < 0.01 pSv/h     IL.                                 NE    1.7
2113.0 pSv/h    < 0.01 pSv/h      __E                                      1.5
2108.0 pSv/h    < 0.01 pSv/h     ILILB                               NNE   1.1
2112.0 pSv/h    < 0.01 pSv/h     1                                   SE    0.9
2107.0 pSv/h    < 0.01 pSv/h     •IL                                 NW    1.9
2111.0 pSv/h    < 0.01 pSv/h     AtIR                                NW    1.1
2112.0 pSv/h    < 0.01 pSv/h     109                                 NW    0.9
2110.0 pSv/h    < 0.01 pSv/h     It                                  N     0.7
2105.0 liSv/h   < 0.01 pSv/h     Mf-i                                SW    0.6
2103.0 pSv/h    < 0.01 pSv/h     _         _           __E                 0.8
2098.0 pSv/h    < 0.01 pSv/h     I.[                                 NE    1.0
2092.0 pSv/h    <0.01 I.pSv/h                                        E     0.8
2089.0 pSv/h    < 0.01 pSv/h     ItW                                 NE    1.5
2068.0 pSv/h    < 0.01 pSv/h      IL.                                NE    4.3
2064.0 pSv/h    < 0.01 pSv/h      I.,                                NE    4.0
2053.0 IiSv/h   < 0.01 pSv/h      IL                                 N     3.7
2043.0 pSv/h    < 0.01 pSv/h     IM1                                 NE    1.1
2039.0 pSv/h    < 0.01 pSv/h     I,,                                 NE    1.2
2035.0 pSv/h    < 0.01 pSv/h     It                                  N     1.3
2029.0   pSv/h   < 0.01   pSv/h    IM                                     NE    3.8
2019.0   pSv/h   < 0.01   pSv/h     IL                                    N     2.1
2019.0   pSv/h   < 0.01   pSv/h    IL                                     N     3.8
2013.0   pSv/h   < 0.01   [iSv/h   IM                                     NE    5.7
2013.0   pSv/h   < 0.01   pSv/h    IM                                     NE    6.8
2012.0 pSv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h      _____                                  NE    5.8
2013.0 pSv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h      IL*_._                                 NE    6.3
2016.0 pSv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h      AL                     _               N     4.9
2013.0 pSv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h      AM                     _               NE    5.9
2011.0 pSv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h      1L                                 I N       5.7
2015.0   iSv/h   < 0.01 pSv/h      IM             _____                   NE    4.8
1140.0 pSv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h            _                    _           E     4.9
508.0 pSv/h      < 0.01 pSv/h            ___S                                   0.7
1292.0 pSv/h     < 0.01 piSv/h           _         ___SW                        2.5
729.0 pSv/h      < 0.01 pSv/h            _           _            _E            3.5
494.3 iSv/h      < 0.01 pSv/h      1                                      SE    0.9
1383.0 ýiSv/h    < 0.01 pSv/h            ________ESE                            0.7
1757.0 iSv/h     < 0.01 pISv/h           ___,                     __ENE         0.5
1256.0 p.Sv/h    < 0.01 pSv/h            _____,                   _       ENE   0.7
1428.0 pSv/h     < 0.01 iSv/h            _t_.             ____NNW               0.5
1932.0 pSv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h      1                                      SE    0.3
1499.0 pSv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h      jiJJ                                   SSE   0.4
1105.0 pSv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h      _                     _                WSW   0.3
1201.0 iSv/h     < 0.01   ISv/h                                           W     0.4
823.6 pSv/h      < 0.01   pISv/h                                          W     0.4
700.1 pSv/h      < 0.01   pSv/h                                           WNW   0.2
587.3 pSv/h      < 0.01   ISv/h                                           W     0.5
503.9 ISv/h      < 0.01   ISv/h                                           WSW   0.7
496.2 pSv/h      < 0.01   pSv/h                                           WNW   0.7
493.5 pSv/h      < 0.01   pSv/h    -IJ                                    SW    0.7
529.3 pSv/h      < 0.01   pSv/h    1                                      S     0.3
471.2 pSv/h      < 0.01   pSv/h                                           WSW   0.4
442.2 pSv/h      < 0.01   pSv/h                                           WNW   0.4
432.4 IASv/h     < 0.01   pSv/h     •1L                                   WNW   0.7
424.5 pSv/h      < 0.01   pISv/h   [11•                                   WNW   0.8
417.1 pSv/h      < 0.01 pSv/h      _                 _                    W     0.7
410.4   ISv/h    < 0.01 pSv/h      2                                      WSW   0.7
403.8   pSv/h    < 0.01 pSv/h      99IL.9                                 WNW   0.7
398.0   pSv/h    < 0.01 pSv/h      2                                      W     0.7
390.6   pSv/h    < 0.01 pSv/h      9                                      W     0.7
384.9   pSv/h    < 0.01 pSv/h      2                                      W     0.6
380.0   pSv/h    < 0.01 pSv/h      29IL2                                  WNW   0.6
374.5   pISv/h   < 0.01 pSv/h      9                                      W     0.6
369.6   pSv/h    < 0.01 pSv/h      21I,2                                  WNW   0.5
365.0   pSv/h    < 0.01 pSv/h      IL2                                    NW    0.6
360.9   pSv/h    < 0.01 pSv/h                                             552
                                                                          SSW   0.6
356.0   pSv/h    < 0.01 piSv/h          29                                SW    0.3
352.7   pSv/h    < 0.01 pSv/h      m                                      5     0.2
348.5   iSv/h    < 0.01 pSv/h      _                  _               W     0.3
344.6   ýLSv/h   < 0.01   IkSv/h   291tg                              WNW   0.4
341.5   kiSv/h   < 0.01   liSv/h       lt,                            NW    0.5
338.5   pSv/h    < 0.01   iýSv/h   EME                                WNW   0.5
334.1   kiSv/h   < 0.01   ISv/h    2                                  W     0.7
331.8   pSv/h    < 0.01   pSv/h    4i                                 SE    0.4
329.3   pSv/h    < 0.01   kSv/h    M                                  SW    0.4
327.5   pSv/h    < 0.01   I2Sv/h   2                                  WSW   0.4
325.8   pSv/h    < 0.01   I[Sv/h   f                                  WSW   0.4
323.9 pSv/h      < 0.01 pSv/h                                         W     0.3
320.8   iSv/h    < 0.01   pSv/h                                       WSW   0.4
314.8   pSv/h    < 0.01   pSv/h                                       WNW   0.6
313.0   piSv/h   < 0.01   kSv/h    2                                  W     0.5
311.3    iSv/h   < 0.01   tiSv/h   9                                  W     0.4
308.9   iýSv/h   < 0.01   k.Sv/h   2                                  W     0.7
308.4 iLSv/h     < 0.01 kSv/h      291tg                              WNW   0.8
305.9 liSv/h     < 0.01 ilSv/h     EX29                               WNW   1.0
304.5 iSv/h      < 0.01 pSv/h      f                                  W     1.1
303.2 pSv/h      < 0.01 kSv/h                                         W     1.3
301.3 pSv/h      < 0.01 pSv/h      __                                 W     1.1
299.7 pSv/h      < 0.01 pSv/h          •,L                            WNW   0.8
298.0 pSv/h      < 0.01 pSv/h      __1".                          __WNW     1.0
296.2 tiSv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h      I1..                               NNW   1.0
294.9 iSv/h      < 0.01 liSv/h     IL,                                NW    0.9
293.8   iSv/h    < 0.01 IiSv/h     _______WNW                               1.0
293.6 pSv/h      < 0.01 ýiSv/h     _____NW                                  0.9
291.6 pSv/h      < 0.01 pSv/h      ___1_.                     __WNW         0.9
291.1 pSv/h      < 0.01 ýtSv/h     •IL1                               WNW   0.8
290.0   IiSv/h   < 0.01 iSv/h      ___1_.                     __WNW         0.8
288.9 ISv/h      < 0.01 liSv/h     _______WNW                               0.8
288.1 pSv/h      < 0.01 p.Sv/h     __                                 W     0.6
287.0 pSv/h      < 0.01 IiSv/h         1L                             NW    0.5
286.0 pSv/h      < 0.01 p.Sv/h     ______I_.                      __NNW     0.4
283.6 pSv/h      < 0.01 IkSv/h     _         _1"._N                         2.1
280.1 pSv/h      < 0.01   1iSv/h   __t_.__NW                                1.1
273.9 kSv/h      < 0.01 [iSv/h     ___1".__NW                               2.0
271.0 pSv/h      < 0.01 iSv/h      _____NW                                  1.8
268.0 pSv/h      < 0.01 pSv/h      __                                 W     1.6
267.4 pSv/h      < 0.01 iSv/h      1L:                                NW    1.9
265.8 pSv/h      < 0.01 IkSv/h     __                                 W     1.7
265.3 pSv/h          O
                 < 0.01 Sv/h       __                                 W     1.6
264.6 kSv/h      < 0.01 kSv/h      IL                                 N     1.3
264.3 iSv/h      < 0.01 iSv/h      __t_.__NW                                1.3
265.5 pSv/h      < 0.01 I[Sv/h     _                      _           W     1.5
263.7 ISv/h      < 0.01 ISv/h      ___1_.                     __WNW         1.8
262.6 pSv/h      < 0.01 pSv/h      ______                             WNW   2.3
262.1 pSv/h      < 0.01 kSv/h      X21_._                             NW    2.3
261.9 pISv/h     < 0.01 ISv/h      _         _1_ _            _       WNW   1.8
261.8 pSv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h          __1_._                          NW    2.0
261.7 pSv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h          _____WNW                              1.9
261.6 pSv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h                ____.__NW                       1.8
261.2 pSv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h                _1           __WNW              2.2
261.0 pSv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h                _1__.             __WNW         2.4
260.9 pSv/h     < 0.01 OSv/h                ___.                  __WNW     1.8
260.8   pSv/h   < 0.01   pSv/h              _            _            W     1.4
260.5   pSv/h   < 0.01   pSv/h              _                _        W     1.5
260.3   iSv/h   < 0.01   iSv/h              _            _            W     1.4
260.4   iSv/h   < 0.01   pSv/h              _____NW                         1.2
260.2   pSv/h   < 0.01   pSv/h              _            _            W     1.1
260.2 ýiSv/h    < 0.01 pSv/h                _            _            W     1.5
260.1 iSv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h                __t_.__NW                       1.3
260.0 pSv/h     < 0.01   pSv/h                                        WNW   1.1
259.9'tiSv/h    < 0.01   pSv/h                                        NW    1.5
259.4 pSv/h     < 0.01   jiSv/h                                       W     1.7
259.5 ýiSv/h    < 0.01   pSv/h                                        WNW   1.8
260.2 I[Sv/h    < 0.01 pSv/h                ____1             __WNW         1.8
259.4 pSv/h     < 0.01 p.Sv/h     ,                _          _       NW    1.3
258.9 pSv/h     < 0.01 iSv/h          _____WNW                              1.4
258.7 pSv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h          __1                __NW               1.5
258.4 pSv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h          _            _    __N                 1.5
257.3 p.Sv/h    < 0.01 pSv/h          _____.__1_.__NNW                      1.6
257.5 iSv/h     < 0.01 ISv/h                                          NNW   1.7
257.1 pSv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h                                          NW    2.2
256.9 pSv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h                                          NNW   1.3
256.5 pSv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h                                          W     1.7
256.5 pSv/h     < 0.01 ISv/h                                          NNW   1.5
256.4 pSv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h          ________NNW                           2.3
256.3 pSv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h      I1                                  N     1.5
256.0 pSv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h      I1                                  N     1.4
256.1 pSv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h          I.                              N     1.3
256.3 pSv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h          IL.                             NW    1.3
255.6 iSv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h          IL                              N     1.7
255.8 pSv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h      Ill.                                NNW   1.4
255.6 pSv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h      Il                                  N     1.8
255.7 itSv/h    < 0.01 ISv/h      IL                                  N     1.6
255.2 4Sv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h      IL.I                                NE    1.4
254.8 4Sv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h      Ill.                                NNW   1.5
254.8 liSv/h    < 0.01 pSv/h          I_                              N     2.3
254.5 pSv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h          IL                              N     2.1
254.6 pSv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h          IL                              NW    1.6
254.3 iSv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h      I1.                                 NW    1.7
254.4 pSv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h          IL                              N     1.8
254.3 pSv/h     <.0.01 pSv/h          IL                              N     1.6
244.3 pSv/h     < 0.01 iSv/h          •IL•                            WNW   1.6
254.4 pSv/h     < 0.01 iSv/h      IL                                  N     1.2
254.1 pSv/h     < 0.01 piSv/h     I.•                                 NE    1.2
255.3   pSv/h    < 0.01   p.Sv/h   Itg                 NW    0.8
265.7   pSv/h    < 0.01   p.Sv/h   it                  N     1.1
277.5   pSv/h    < 0.01   pSv/h       I                ESE   1.1
265.2   p.Sv/h   < 0.01   pSv/h    W                   E     1.2
258.8   pSv/h    < 0.01   pSv/h                        E     0.7
274.0 pSv/h      < 0.01 pSv/h                          E     0.7
280.6 pSv/h      < 0.01 pSv/h      1LJI                SW    0.7
330.6 pSv/h      < 0.01 pSv/h                          SW    0.6
352.3 pSv/h      < 0.01 OSv/h                          E     0.6
384.2 pSv/h      < 0.01 iSv/h      iL.ti•              NNE   0.6
294.0 ISv/h      < 0.01 ISv/h                          N     0.6
330.8 ISv/h      < 0.01 pISv/h     _            _      SE    0.4
351.6 pSv/h      < 0.01 pSv/h                          NE    0.4
278.9 iSv/h      < 0.01 ISv/h                          NNW   0.5
275.2 pSv/h      < 0.01 pISv/h                         WNW   0.6
265.5 pSv/h      < 0.01 pSv/h                          W     0.9
264.1 pSv/h      < 0.01 pSv/h                          WNW   0.6
261.5 pSv/h      < 0.01 pSv/h                          NW    0.4
324.6 iSv/h      < 0.01 pSv/h                          W     0.6
322.8 pSv/h      < 0.01 pSv/h                          W     0.3
303.8 pSv/h      < 0.01 pSv/h      ILIL•               NNW   0.5
367.9 liSv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h      _            _      SW    0.3
363.1 IpSv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h      jtJ                 SW    0.5
320.9 ISv/h      < 0.01 OSv/h      _            _      WSW   0.1
472.7 ItSv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h      _      _     __SW         0.5
340.7 pSv/h      < 0.01 pSv/h      _            _      W     0.6
258.0 pSv/h      < 0.01 pSv/h                          WNW   0.9
254.1 pSv/h      < 0.01 pSv/h      _____WNW                  1.0
253.4 pSv/h      < 0.01 pSv/h      _            _      W     1.0
252.5 pSv/h      < 0.01 pSv/h      _______WNW                0.8
251.5 pSv/h      < 0.01 pSv/h      1L                  NW    0.6
250.5 pSv/h      < 0.01 pSv/h                          NW    0.9
249.1   pSv/h    < 0.01   pSv/h                        W     0.8
246.1   pSv/h    < 0.01   pSv/h                        W     0.6
244.4   pISv/h   < 0.01   pSv/h    1                   SW    0.4
242.8   pSv/h    < 0.01   pSv/h                        W     0.5
241.0   pSv/h    < 0.01   pSv/h                        W     0.6
240.6   IpSv/h   < 0.01   pSv/h                        NW    0.7
239.5   ýiSv/h   < 0.01   pSv/h                        WNW   1.0
239.3 pSv/h      < 0.01 pSv/h                          WNW   1.2
237.0 tISv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h                          W     1.3
237.4 p.Sv/h     < 0.01 liSv/h                         W     1.1
236.2 pSv/h      < 0.01 pSv/h                          WSW   0.8
235.7 pSv/h      <0.01 pSv/h                           WNW   1.0
235.8 pSv/h      < 0.01 iSv/h                          W     0.9
235.9 pSv/h      < 0.01 pSv/h                          W     1.2
233.4 pSv/h      < 0.01 pSv/h      IL•                 NW     1.8
233.3 pSv/h      < 0.01 pSv/h      ______NW                   1.8
232.3 ýiSv/h   < 0.01.pSv/h    IL.l      NNW    2.6
231.6 lSv/h    < 0.01 pSv/h    2         W      4.3
230.1 lSv/h    < 0.01 pSv/h    At2.      NW     2.5
229.4 liSv/h   < 0.01 pSv/h    AM1       NE     5.5
227.5 lSv/h    < 0.01 pSv/h    it        N      2.4
227.4 liSv/h   < 0.01 iiSv/h   AIM       NE     6.5
227.2 ISv/h    < 0.01 pISv/h    ILIL2    NNW    6.0
226.2 ISv/h    < 0.01 ISv/h    It•,1f,   NNW    4.2
226.8 t4Sv/h   < 0.01 1Sv/h    ILIL2.    NNW    3.4
226.7 iýSv/h   < 0.01 IpSv/h   AL        N      3.3
226.7 IpSv/h   < 0.01 IpSv/h   it        N     3.2
226.9 ISv/h    < 0.01 ISv/h    it        N     2.8
227.1 pSv/h    < 0.01 pSv/h    Ilt.      NW    2.8
227.1 ISv/h    < 0.01 pSv/h    it        N     2.9
227.2 ISv/h    < 0.01 pSv/h    it        N     3.0
227.3 ISv/h    < 0.01 tSv/h    ILE       NW    3.1
227.6 ISv/h    < 0.01 pSv/h    Itit29    NNW   2.9
228.5 ISv/h    < 0.01 pISv/h   it        N     2.2
228.7 •Sv/h    < 0.01 pISv/h   ILIL..    NNW   2.3
228.8 pSv/h    < 0.01 pISv/h   11.t.     NNW   2.3
228.8 pSv/h    < 0.01 ISv/h    AL        N     2.6
229.0 pSv/h    < 0.01 ISv/h    IL.       NW    2.2
229.1 ýiSv/h   < 0.01 pSv/h    it        N     2.1
229.1 p.Sv/h   < 0.01 iSv/h    ltiL      NW    2.1
229.4 liSv/h   < 0.01 iSv/h    1i00      NNW   2.4
229.3 lSv/h    < 0.01 lSv/h    IL.9      NW    1.7
229.5 iSv/h    < 0.01 iSv/h    ILIL2     NNW   1.8
229.5 pSv/h    < 0.01 lSv/h     It       N     2.1
229.5 pSv/h    < 0.01 lSv/h     It       N     2.1
229.3 ISv/h    < 0.01 ISv/h    it        N     1.8
229.6 pSv/h    < 0.01 IpSv/h   Iltl..    NNW   2.2
229.5 IASv/h   < 0.01 pSv/h    It19      NW    2.1
229.5 pSv/h    < 0.01 pSv/h    I1.L1.    NNW   2.2
229.7 pSv/h    < 0.01 pSv/h    IL1.      NW    2.4
229.6 pSv/h    < 0.01 IpSv/h   ILtiL.    NNW   2.5
229.6 pSv/h    < 0.01 I1Sv/h   ILIt".    NNW   2.5
229.4 pSv/h    < 0.01 pSv/h    IL29      NW    2.6
229.6 pSv/h    < 0.01 pSv/h    ILi.5     NNW   2.7
229.5 ISv/h    < 0.01 ISv/h    It2       NW    2.4
229.5 ISv/h    < 0.01 1Sv/h    1Ll00     NNW   2.1
229.3 pSv/h    < 0.01 ISv/h    ltLR      NNW   2.7
229.5 pSv/h    < 0.01 •Sv/h    ItIt2     NNW   2.4
229.3 pSv/h    < 0.01 ISv/h    tlILg     NNW   2.6
229.5 liSv/h   < 0.01 ISv/h    ILit2     NNW   2.8
229.0 pISv/h   < 0.01 ISv/h    It        N     3.0
229.3 16v/h    < 0.01 ISv/h    IL        N     2.5
229.4 plSv/h   < 0.01 liSv/h   It        N     3.1
229.5 liSv/h   < 0.01 iSv/h    it        N     3.2
229.2 ýiSv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h    It.IL2                                          NNW   3.5
229.4   ýISv/h   < 0.01 pSv/h    _III                      __                    NNW   3.9
229.1   tiSv/h   < 0.01 pSv/h    ___".             ___".                    _    NNW   4.4
229.1   itSv/h   < 0.01 ISv/h    ______                                          NNW   3.1
229.1   ItSv/h   < 0.01 iSv/h    It                                              N     3.5
228.7 tSv/h      < 0.01 pSv/h    _II________                                     NNE   3.3
227.6 p.Sv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h    _it                       _                     N     2.9
226.9 iSv/h      < 0.01 pSv/h    it1_.                                           N     3.4
228.6 pSv/h      < 0.01 pSv/h    1.I1.                                           NNE   2.5
227.6 pSv/h      < 0.01 tLSv/h   ________                                        NNE   3.1
211.4 IpSv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h    i1                                              N     2.6
227.7 IpSv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h    it                            _                 N     2.7
227.2 pSv/h      < 0.01 pSv/h    __I_._i_____                                    NNE   3.1
227.3 pSv/h      < 0.01 pSv/h    i         _t_.                                  N     2.9
227.1 pSv/h      < 0.01 pSv/h    _____t__.                                       NNW   2.9
227.2   iSv/h    < 0.01 pSv/h    _it                                             N     3.1
227.0 IiSv/h     < 0.01 ýiSv/h   I1t1L2                                          NNW   3.0
226.8   iSv/h    < 0.01 iSv/h    it                    _                _        N     2.6
226.8   iSv/h    < 0.01 IpSv/h   _I__t_.                        ___              NNE   2.5
226.3   iSv/h    < 0.01 pSv/h    ItILw                                           NNE   2.1
225.7   pSv/h    < 0.01 pSv/h    it                                              N     2.2
226.3   pSv/h    < 0.01 pSv/h    it                                              N     1.5
225.2   ýtSv/h   < 0.01 pSv/h    ItIL2                                           NNW   1.6
226.0   iSv/h    < 0.01 pSv/h        LtItl                                       NNE   2.6
224.8 pSv/h      < 0.01 pSv/h    _                         _                     W     1.6
224.9 pSv/h      < 0.01 pSv/h    _                         _                     W     1.6
224.7 pSv/h      < 0.01 pSv/h    291t.g                                          WNW   1.5
224.8 pSv/h      < 0.01 pSv/h    _             _           _                _E         1.4
225.4 pSv/h      < 0.01 pSv/h    _                 _                    _        E     1.2
224.8 iiSv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h    _             _                __ESE                  1.9
225.7 pSv/h      < 0.01 pSv/h    it                                              N     2.0
224.1 pSv/h      < 0.01 pSv/h    It                                              N     1.5
223.7 ItSv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h         I:                                         NE    1.3
222.7 pSv/h      < 0.01 pSv/h    X29                                             NW    1.2
222.4 I[Sv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h    it                                              N     1.4
231.1 pSv/h      < 0.01 pSv/h         I                                          NE    1.0
435.0 pSv/h      < 0.01 pSv/h    ________ESE                                           1.6
288.7 IiSv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h    W                                               E     0.9
309.7 pSv/h      < 0.01 pSv/h    _________ESE                                          1.6
267.8 pSv/h      < 0.01 pSv/h    W1[JW                                           ESE   1.7
265.4 pSv/h      < 0.01 pSv/h    I1.                                             NE    1.6
396.0 pSv/h      < 0.01 pSv/h    IL                                              N     1.5
415.6 pSv/h      < 0.01 pSv/h    ______E                                               1.3
414.7 pSv/h      < 0.01 pSv/h             ii                                     SSE   1.0
401.6 pSv/h      < 0.01 pSv/h    _____J_____ESE                                        1.1
318.4 iSv/h      < 0.01 liSv/h   W1                        ~Ji                   ESE   0.7
331.5 pSv/h      < 0.01 iSv/h    _                              _                E     0.9
313.4 IiSv/h     < 0.01 ýtSv/h   _                 _                _            S     0.9
280.9   piSv/h   < 0.01   ISv/h     ml                SE    1.3
283.7   piSv/h   < 0.01   ipSv/h    M-A29             SSW   1.0
274.4   iSv/h    < 0.01   piSv/h    MA1 *             SSE   0.8
269.3   pSv/h    < 0.01   iýiSv/h   -AJ2              SW    0.9
265.1 pISv/h     < 0.01 tSv/h       ____._N                 0.5
262.1 pSv/h      < 0.01 IpSv/h                        E     0.6
259.5 IpSv/h     < 0.01 piSv/h                        NNW   2.1
257.0 pSv/h      < 0.01 iSv/h       __t_.__NW               2.2
255.8 tSv/h      < 0.01 piSv/h                        W     2.7
254.2 pSv/h      < 0.01 pSv/h       •IL.              WNW   2.0
253.0 ISv/h      < 0.01 IpSv/h      I".               NW    1.5
251.3 pSv/h      < 0.01 ýiSv/h      1LIL              NNW   0.9
241.2 tiSv/h     < 0.01 IOSv/h                        N     2.3
249.0 pSv/h      < 0.01 pISv/h                        NW    2.1
246.9 pISv/h     < 0.01 ISv/h                         NNW   2.3
245.8 1 iSv/h    < 0.01 pISv/h      It.               NE    1.7
244.6 piSv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h                         N     1.2
243.5 ISv/h      < 0.01 pSv/h                         N     1.4
242.1 iISv/h     < 0.01 pISv/h      IL                N     0.8
241.0 4iSv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h                         NNE   0.4
240.2 iSv/h      < 0.01 IpSv/h                        W     0.4
237.6 pSv/h      < 0.01 pjSv/h                        WSW   0.8
236.5 pSv/h      < 0.01 ISv/h                         NNE   0.2
235.8 tpSv/h     < 0.01 pISv/h                        E     0.2
235.3 IpSv/h     < 0.01 IpSv/h      1•J•              SW    0.3
234.3 lpSv/h     < 0.01 tSv/h                         SW    0.3
233.2 .iSv/h     < 0.01 ptSv/h                        E     0.5
232.8 pSv/h      < 0.01 1Sv/h                         E     0.3
232.3 IýSv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h                         WSW   0.3
231.5 IpSv/h     < 0.01 tSv/h                         SE    0.5
230.6 IiSv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h       1           ~J1   SSE   0.3
230.2 IpSv/h     < 0.01 tiSv/h      1                 SW    0.4
229.5 ISv/h      < 0.01 pSv/h                         W     0.4
228.8 pSv/h      < 0.01 pISv/h                        WSW   0.4
228.3 pSv/h      < 0.01 pISv/h                        W     0.5
227.3 pSv/h      < 0.01 pSv/h                         W     0.4
226.8 pISv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h                         W     0.3
226.5 pISv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h                         W     0.4
225.8 pISv/h     < 0.01 pISv/h                        WNW   0.4
225.4 tiSv/h     < 0.01 tSv/h       •1L:              WNW   0.5
224.9 pSv/h      < 0.01 pSv/h                         W     0.5
224.7 iiSv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h                         NW    0.5
224.3 pSv/h      < 0.01 tiSv/h                        W     0.5
224.0 iSv/h      < 0.01 pSv/h                         W     0.6
223.0 IpSv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h                         SW    0.5
223.0 pSv/h      < 0.01 pSv/h       1                 SE    0.4
222.3 pSv/h      < 0.01 pSv/h                         NW    0.3
222.0 pSv/h      < 0.01 pSv/h       _            _    S     0.4
221.8   [tSv/h   <   0.01   liSv/h   it                                      N     0.5
221.5   pSv/h    <   0.01   pSv/h                                            W     1.2
221.7   pSv/h    <   0.01   pSv/h                                            WNW   1.3
221.0   pSv/h    <   0.01   pSv/h    ?:g                                     WNW   1.4
220.6   pSv/h    <   0.01   pSv/h    Rg1".g                                  WNW   1.6
220.4   pSv/h    <   0.01   pSv/h    29t1.                                   WNW   1.6
220.0   pSv/h    <   0.01   pSv/h    lt".i                                   NW    1.3
219.7   IVSv/h   <   0.01   pSv/h     IL                                     N     0.8
219.2   pSv/h    <   0.01   pSv/h    I1•                                     NW    0.6
219.2 1,Sv/h     < 0.01 liSv/h       2                                       W     0.8
218.9 V.Sv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h                                                WNW   1.3
218.7 pISv/h     < 0.01 I,Sv/h                                               WNW   1.7
217.5 pISv/h     < 0.01 p.Sv/hf                                              WNW   1.6
217.2 piSv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h                                                WNW   1.2
216.8 ISv/h      < 0.01 pSv/h                                                W     1.0
216.6 piSv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h                                                WSW   0.5
216.6 IlSv/h     < 0.01 liSv/h       _           _                   _       W     1.0
216.5 1ISv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h        ______                                  WSW   0.9
216.2 pSv/h      < 0.01 p.Sv/h                                               SW    0.6
215.5 pSv/h      < 0.01 vSv/h        MJ                                      SW    0.7
215.7 piSv/h     < 0.01 [tSv/h       __                                      W     0.9
215.4 pSv/h      < 0.01 ISv/h        __                                      W     1.0
215.1 pSv/h      < 0.01 liSv/h       ?lt".                                   WNW   0.5
215.0 pSv/h      < 0.01 ISv/h        _        _1"._N                               0.6
214.7 tiSv/h     < 0.01 iSv/h
                            fJ                                               S     0.3
214.5 pjSv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h        11                                      N     0.2
214.7 tiSv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h        __1_._1_.                           _   NNW   1.2
214.3 pSv/h      < 0.01 iSv/h        N                                       W     1.2
214.4 p,Sv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h        jIL                                     SE    0.9
214.0 p.Sv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h        1fJiI                                   SSE   0.7
213.6 IiSv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h        jSI                                     S     0.6
213.8 pSv/h      < 0.01     pSv/h    __________                              ESE   0.8
216.2 iSv/h      < 0.01     pSv/h    _                           _           SW    0.8
213.6 pSv/h      < 0.01     pSv/h    __                                      W     0.7
212.8 pSv/h      < 0.01     pSv/h    it                  _               _   N     0.4
212.8 p.Sv/h     < 0.01 ptSv/h       A1                                      N     0.7
214.7 pSv/h      < 0.01 pSv/h        _______l                            _   SSE   0.5
230.9 pSv/h      < 0.01 IiSv/h       *IKj                                    ESE   0.8
213.7 p,Sv/h     < 0.01 pISv/h       _____                                   WSW   0.7
212.3 pISv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h        N___.                               _   WNW   0.7
212.2 pSv/h      < 0.01 pSv/h        1L.                                     NW    0.9
212.0    Sv/h    < 0.01 pSv/h        _                       _               W     1.1
211.8 pSv/h      < 0.01 piSv/h       ?               _                       W     0.8
211.9 pSv/h      < 0.01     i,Sv/h   _                       _               SE    1.2
211.9 piSv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h                                                S
                                                                             Sj    1.0
211.7 itSv/h     < 0.01 pISv/h       _                       _               S     0.8
211.6 iSv/h      < 0.01 IiSv/h       ______SW                                      0.8
211.6 pSv/h      < 0.01 pSv/h        _           _                   _       S     1.2
21.6 pSv/h       < 0.01 liSv/h     1                S      1.2
211.2 pISv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h      J                SE     1.7
211.5 pSv/h      < 0.01 pSv/h      MJI              SE     1.7
211.1 pISv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h      M___IR           SE     1.5
210.1   jiSv/h   < 0.01   pSv/h    MIK              SE     1.8
210.8   ýiSv/h   < 0.01   pSv/h    MAW              ESE    2.5
210.8   liSv/h   < 0.01   pSv/h      ItW            SE     2.2
210.7   pSv/h    < 0.01   pSv/h    14O              ESE    2.5
210.6   pSv/h    < 0.01   pSv/h    M-1A1W           SSE    2.3
210.5   pSv/h    < 0.01   VSv/h      3KSE                  2.2
210.1   liSv/h   < 0.01   ISv/h      W              SE     2.6
210.0   liSv/h   < 0.01   pISv/h   MW               SE     2.7
209.7   pSv/h    < 0.01   pSv/h    1LII             SSE    2.4
209.7   pSv/h    < 0.01   IiSv/h                    ESE    2.7
209.5   liSv/h   < 0.01   i.Sv/h   i•IW             SE    22.4
209.6   pSv/h    <0.01    pSv/h    "                SE     2.8
209.3   liSv/h   < 0.01   pSv/h                     S      2.5
209.2   liSv/h   < 0.01   pSv/h                     S      2.8
209.5   liSv/h   < 0.01   pSv/h    WlJW             ESE    2.7
209.5 pSv/h      < 0.01 liSv/h     'A               S      2.5
209.6   pISv/h   < 0.01   pSv/h    WjlJWi           ESE    2.7
209.1   lSv/h    < 0.01   pSv/h    1jii             SSE    2.9
209.4   IpSv/h   < 0.01   liSv/h   -                S      3.0
209.4   IpSv/h   < 0.01   pSv/h    -AA              SE     3.0
209.2 IpSv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h      -ALJ             SE     2.8
201.1 pSv/h      < 0.01 pSv/h                       S     2.5
208.8 iiSv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h                       S     3.1
208.7 pSv/h      < 0.01 pSv/h                       ESE   3.2
208.1 pSv/h      < 0.01 pSv/h                       SE    3.1
207.9 liSv/h     < 0.01 tSv/h                       S     3.7
207.5 pSv/h      < 0.01 pSv/h                       S     3.7
207.5 pSv/h      < 0.01 tiSv/h     1                SE    3.1
207.2 pISv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h      M                S     4.2
209.3 pSv/h      < 0.01 pISv/h         1J           SE    3.1
209.0 pSv/h      < 0.01 pSv/h                       SE    4.1
208.5 pSv/h      < 0.01 liSv/h     •IW              SE    4.0
429.5 iSv/h      < 0.01 iSv/h                       S     2.3
427.0 ýiSv/h     < 0.01 liSv/h                      S     1.4
210.0 pISv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h                       S     5.8
209.8 pSv/h      < 0.01 pSv/h      MIR              SE    4.5
209.4 pSv/h      < 0.01 pSv/h      -A               SE    4.4
209.2 pSv/h      < 0.01 pSv/h                       S     4.3
208.8 IpSv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h                       S     4.3
208.0 IiSv/h     < 0.01 1iSv/h     -A               5     3.8
207.6 IpSv/h     < 0.01 piSv/h                      S     4.3
207.4 ýiSv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h      -1Aw             SE    4.5
207.3 pSv/h      < 0.01 pSv/h          _    _   _   S      4.0
207.1 ýiSv/h     < 0.01 tSv/h      M                S      3.6
207.0 pSv/h       < 0.01 pSv/h                         S     4.3
206.9 pSv/h       < 0.01 pSv/h                         S     3.2
206.5 liSv/h                 ffi
                  < 0.01 ltSv/h                        SE    2.5
206.4 pSv/h       < 0.01 ISv/h                         SE    1.8
206.3 IýiSv/h     < 0.01 IiSv/h                        S     1.7
206.1 ýiSv/h      < 0.01 jiSv/h                        SW    1.3
206.0 p.Sv/h      <   0.01   liSv/h                    S     1.3
205.6 lASv/h      <   0.01   pSv/h                     S     1.7
205.3 p.Sv/h      <   0.01   piSv/h   1                S     1.4
204.6 1iSv/h      <   0.01   pSv/h    i                S     1.3
204.9 i.Sv/h      <   0.01   liSv/h   1-UMI-           SSE   1.0
204.7 ýiSv/h      <   0.01   liSv/h   2                W     0.5
204.5 IpSv/h      <   0.01   liSv/h   2tf              WSW   0.6
204.4 VISv/h      < 0.01 ISv/h        2                W     0.6
204.4 IiSv/h      < 0.01 IISv/h       f                W     0.8
204.3 VISv/h      < 0.01 ISv/h                         WSW   1.0
204.2 liSv/h      < 0.01 ISv/h        f                W     0.7
203.9 IVSv/h      < 0.01 ISv/h        ffl?             WNW   1.0
203.5 IpSv/h      < 0.01 IpSv/h                        NW    1.3
203.0 liSv/h      < 0.01 iiSv/h       _            _   W     1.4
202.9   IVSv/h    < 0.01 IVSv/h                        W     1.4
202.9   pISv/h    < 0.01 pISv/h           I1           NW    0.8
202.6   pSv/h     < 0.01 I[Sv/h                        WNW   0.7
202.5   pISv/h    < 0.01 IVSv/h       _______WNW             1.6
202.4   IpSv/h    < 0.01 IvSv/h                        W     0.9
202.4 jiSv/h      < 0.01 pISv/h                        W     0.7
202.2 pISv/h      < 0.01 pSv/h                         WNW   1.2
202.0 ljSv/h      < 0.01 liSv/h                        NW    1.2
202.0   liSv/h    < 0.01 liSv/h                        NW    1.0
201.7   ýiSv/h    < 0.01 VSv/h            1I1I         NNW   0.8
201.4   IiSv/h    < 0.01 p.Sv/h                        NW    0.4
201.3   liSv/h    < 0.01 pISv/h           11           N     0.8
201.3   ISv/h     < 0.01 ISv/h                         W     0.6
201.2   IýiSv/h   <   0.01   pSv/h                     WNW   0.7
201.1   IpSv/h    <   0.01   ISv/h                     NNW   0.5
201.2   ISv/h     <   0.01   IpSv/h                    NW    0.9
200.5   IpSv/h    <   0.01   ISv/h                     WNW   1.5
200.6 IpSv/h      < 0.01 pISv/h       •1L.             WNW   1.2
200.4 pISv/h      < 0.01 pSv/h                         NW    1.0
200.2 I.Sv/h      < 0.01 ISv/h                         WNW   1.6
199.9   pSv/h     <   0.01   pSv/h                     WNW   1.5
200.0   IpSv/h    <   0.01   ISv/h                     NW    1.1
199.8   pSv/h     <   0.01   pISv/h                    NNW   1.3
199.8   pSv/h     <   0.01   pSv/h                     NW    0.9
199.6   ýiSv/h    <   0.01   vSv/h                     NW    0.9
199.5 lSv/h       < 0.01 iSv/h        AIL              NW    1.3
199.3 liSv/h      < 0.01 pSv/h                         W     0.8
199.0 lSv/h       < 0.01 liSv/h           _        _   W     0.8
199.0 pSv/h       < 0.01 .iSv/h    _                _               W     0.5
198.9 pSv/h       < 0.01 pSv/h     109              _          _    NW    0.8
198.8 liSv/h      < 0.01 pSv/h     _         _          __WNW             0.7
198.6 pSv/h       < 0.01 pSv/h         _                _           W     1.0
197.7    .iSv/h   < 0.01 pSv/h                                      WSW   0.7
197.0   liSv/h    < 0.01 pSv/h                                      W     0.5
196.9   pSv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h                                      SW    0.5
196.5   1.tSv/h   < 0.01 ISv/h                                      SW    0.6
196.5   p.Sv/h    < 0.01 pSv/h                                      W     0.6
196.5   pSv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h     rIW                              SE    0.5
196.4   pSv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h     1                                SSW   0.5
196.3   p.Sv/h    < 0.01 pSv/h                                      NNW   0.7
196.1   piSv/h    < 0.01 pSv/h                                      W     0.5
195.9   ýiSv/h    < 0.01 pSv/h                                      WSW   0.5
195.8   ýiSv/h    < 0.01 pSv/h                                      W     0.7
195.7   IiSv/h    < 0.01 iLSv/h                                     W     1.0
195.7   p.Sv/h    < 0.01 iLSv/h                                     W     1.0
195.6   iSv/h     < 0.01 p.Sv/h                                     W     0.8
195.6   pSv/h     < 0.01 p.Sv/h                                     NW    1.8
195.5   liSv/h    < 0.01 pSv/h                                      NW    1.1
195.1   VSv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h     1L                               N     1.0
195.1   IiSv/h    < 0.01 pSv/h                                      W     0.8
195.0 pSv/h       < 0.01 pSv/h     _______NW                              1.7
195.0 IiSv/h      < 0.01 pSv/h                                      NW    1.2
195.0 pSv/h       < 0.01 iiSv/h    tlll                             NNW   1.1
194.5 pSv/h       < 0.01 pSv/h     _it_.                            N     0.9
194.5 pSv/h       < 0.01 pSv/h     __it_.                           N     0.8
194.4 pSv/h       < 0.01 pSv/h     99it?9                           WNW   0.9
194.4 VSv/h       < 0.01 pSv/h     _________                        NNW   0.8
194.3 VSv/h       < 0.01 pSv/h     __l_                             NW    0.9
194.2 VSv/h       < 0.01 pSv/h     ______NW                               0.9
194.1 VSv/h       < 0.01 pSv/h     _        _           __NW              1.8
193.8 pSv/h       < 0.01 pSv/h                                      WNW   1.6
193.8 pSv/h       < 0.01 pSv/h     ____".                   __WNW         1.5
193.6 pSv/h       < 0.01 VSv/h     __".                     __WNW         1.0
193.0pSv/h        < 0.01 pSv/h                                      WNW   1.1
192.9 ipSv/h      < 0.01 pSv/h                                      WNW   0.9
193.0 iiSv/h      < 0.01 OSv/h     _                    _           W     1.0
192.5 p.Sv/h      < 0.01 pSv/h     ___.__NW                               1.1
192.6 iSv/h       < 0.01 pSv/h                                      W     0.9
192.5 pSv/h       < 0.01   pSv/h   ________NNW                            0.9
192.7 pSv/h       < 0.01   pSv/h   ____:         ______NNW                0.8
192.3 IiSv/h      < 0.01   pSv/h   ________NNW                            1.1
192.5 pSv/h       < 0.01   pSv/h   ___________NNW                         1.3
193.3 pSv/h       < 0.01   pSv/h   _        __._N                         1.2
193.8 pSv/h       < 0.01 pSv/h                                      NNW   1.0
193.9 p.Sv/h      < 0.01 tSv/h
                             f     I                                N     1.3
193.3 iSv/h       < 0.01 i.Sv/h
                             f     I                                N     1.6
196.3   pSv/h   < 0.01   iSv/h    AL                            N     1.1
196.3   pSv/h   < 0.01   ýtSv/h    ILA                          NE    1.1
192.8   pSv/h   < 0.01   pSv/h    ,L.M                          NNE   1.4
192.6   pSv/h   < 0.01   pSv/h     IL                           N     1.9
192.3   pSv/h   < 0.01   pSv/h     IL                           N     3.1
192.5   pSv/h   < 0.01   pSv/h     IM                           NE    2.3
193.7 pSv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h      AIL                           N     2.3
191.7 pSv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h       _I_                          E     2.2
204.2 pSv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h      JL3K                          NE    1.6
216.2 pSv/h     < 0.01 p.Sv/h     A                             E     1.7
203.2 pSv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h       _I______                     ENE   1.7
430.8 pSv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h       _           _        _       E     2.0
540.0 pSv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h      W                             E     1.9
286.5 pSv/h     < 0.01   iSv/h     _________ESE                       2.1
264.7 pSv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h       ________ESE                        2.4
259.0 pSv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h       _       _        __ESE             2.8
255.2 pSv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h             A_____                 SE    2.9
250.9 liSv/h    < 0.01 pSv/h      -AJI                          SE    3.4
248.6 pSv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h      A_-M                          ESE   2.8
244.3 liSv/h    < 0.01 ýiSv/h     -jAiI                         SE    3.2
240.0 pSv/h     < 0.01 OSv/h       __                           E     3.0
235.8 pSv/h     < 0.01 OSv/h      1                ~J1IJW SSE         3.7
232.8 pSv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h             A_____                 SE    3.5
231.6 pSv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h      1                ~JW          SE    3.3
229.5 pSv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h      1Jil                          SE    3.0
226.7 4Sv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h       ________ESE                        2.9
224.5 pSv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h             AJW                    SE    3.3
222.3 pSv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h      MA                _           SE    2.5
221.2 pSv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h      MiA                           SE    2.5
218.8 pSv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h      MA____                    _   SE    3.0
216.4 pSv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h      -'AI                          SE    2.7
216.2 pSv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h      MA                _           SE    2.8
213.7 pSv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h       _______SE                          2.7
212.6 pSv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h       _       _        __E               2.9
210.8 pSv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h                                    S     2.9
209.0 pSv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h      Iii                           SSE   2.7
209.0 pSv/h     < 0.01 tiSv/h     1I1                           SE    2.6
297.2 pSv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h       _                _           E     2.1
206.6 pSv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h      -A__
                                    A                           SE    2.5
205.8 pSv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h      M*I•                          SE    2.2
204.8 piSv/h    < 0.01 p.Sv/h     A        _            _       E     2.2
203.6 j.Sv/h    < 0.01 pSv/h      -~J                           S     2.2
202.5 iSv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h      1i•                           SE    2.1
201.7 pSv/h     < 0.01 iSv/h       ______SE                           2.6.
199.5 pSv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h      M        _            _       SE    1.8
197.4 pSv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h      -MJ                           S     2.0
196.9 pSv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h      MAXl                      _   ESE   2.1
197.6 pSv/h     < 0.01 piSv/h      _I_                          SE    2.1
196.1    iSv/h     < 0.01 ISv/h              _                   _           SE    1.6
197.2     .iSv/h   < 0.01 pSv/h                  _         ___SE                   1.5
196.8 iSv/h        < 0.01 pSv/h                  _          _                S     1.9
196.0 4Sv/h        < 0.01 pSv/h      1IJ                                     SE    2.6
195.9 liSv/h       < 0.01 pSv/h      1IJ                                     SE    1.8
194.9 iiSv/h       < 0.01 VSv/h                  _                   _       SE    1.6
195.4 iSv/h        < 0.01 pSv/h      _                           _           E     1.8
194.5 iSv/h        < 0.01 lSv/h      _                           _           E     2.0
195.6 pSv/h        < 0.01 pSv/h      _                           _           E     2.2
194.7 ýLSv/h       < 0.01 pSv/h      _                           _           E     1.7
194.4 jiSv/h       < 0.01 pSv/h      _J_____ESE                                    1.6
193.6    pSv/h     < 0.01   pSv/h    W1•JW                                   ESE   1.7
199.5    itSv/h    < 0.01   pSv/h                                            SE    1.3
194.4    VSv/h     < 0.01   pSv/h                                            ESE   1.6
193.6    pSv/h     < 0.01   iSv/hf                                           ESE   1.7
199.5    pSv/h     < 0.01   pSv/h    j£IW                                    SE    1.3
261.7    pSv/h     < 0.01   pSv/h                                            NNE   1.1
221.9 pSv/h        < 0.01 pSv/h      _                _                  _   E     1.1
225.0 pSv/h        < 0.01 pSv/h           •IJ                                ENE   1.0
215.4 pSv/h        < 0.01 pSv/h      1                                       SE    1.1
243.0 pSv/h        < 0.01 pSv/h          _                   _               E     1.0
213.9 pSv/h        < 0.01 pSv/h       _              ___                     E     1.5
206.3 pSv/h        < 0.01 pSv/h      1                                       SE    2.8
205.2 pSv/h        < 0.01 pSv/h       ________ESE                                  2.2
228.4 pSv/h        < 0.01 pSv/h       ______SE                                     1.5
205.9 pSv/h        < 0.01 pSv/h      AIL                                     NE    0.7
239.6    .iSv/h    < 0.01 pSv/h      MW               _                      SE    0.7
204.9 i.Sv/h       < 0.01 ýtSv/h     1L                                      N     0.9
iSv/h              < 0.01 pSv/h
pSv/h              < 0.01 VSv/h
pSv/h              < 0.01 lSv/h
pSv/h              < 0.01 pSv/h
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pSv/h              < 0.01 pSv/h
pSv/h              < 0.01 pSv/h
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pSv/h              < 0.01 pSv/h
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liSv/h             < 0.01 pSv/h
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itSv/h             < 0.01 iSv/h
184.4 pSv/h        < 0.01 pSv/h      109                                     NW    2.3
184.0 iSv/h        < 0.01 pSv/h                                              NW    1.8
183.8   IiSv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h      _                       _               W     2.5
183.2 pSv/h    < 0.01   pSv/h          t1".     -   NW    2.2
182.8 pSv/h    < 0.01   pSv/h          ILILE        NNW   2.6
182.7 pSv/h    < 0.01   pSv/h           ,LI2        NNW   3.2
182.5 pSv/h    < 0.01   pSv/h         109           NW    3.2
182.4 pSv/h    < 0.01   pSv/h         ALt§          NW    2.7
182.3 pSv/h    < 0.01   pSv/h         2             W     2.4
182.1 pSv/h    <0.01    iSv/h          ILE          NW    2.7
181.8 ýLSv/h   < 0.01   pSv/h         AL29          NW    1.9
180.8 pSv/h    < 0.01   pSv/h                       NW    3.0
179.9 iSv/h    < 0.01   pSv/h         It            N     5.3
178.1 pSv/h    < 0.01   pSv/h         Il.Lt         NNW   4.0
176.6 pSv/h    < 0.01   pSv/h                       NNW   2.9
175.5 pSv/h    < 0.01   1 Sv/h        I"            N     3.5
174.4 pSv/h    < 0.01   pSv/h         IL.L.         NNW   3.2
173.0 pSv/h    < 0.01   pSv/h     .    L            N     5.0
172.4 pSv/h    < 0.01   pSv/h         IL            N     5.9
171.0 pSv/h    < 0.01   pSv/h         It.L5         NNW   3.7
170.7 pSv/h    < 0.01   pSv/h         It.L"         NNW   3.0
169.8 pSv/h    < 0.01   pSv/h         I".           NW    3.0
169.2 pSv/h    < 0.01   pSv/h         I".           NW    2.7
169.5 p6v/h    < 0.01   jtSv/h
                            f".                     NW    2.9
169.2 pSv/h    < 0.01   pSv/h          IL[          NW    2.6
169.1 pSv/h    < 0.01   pSv/h          IL1          NW    2.8
168.1 pSv/h    < 0.01   pSv/h         IL            NW    2.6
167.8 1iSv/h   < 0.01   iSv/h         IL,           NW    2.3
167.1 pSv/h    < 0.01   pSv/h         IL5           NW    2.7
167.1 pSv/h    < 0.01   pSv/h          I1           N     3.2
166.9 pSv/h    < 0.01   pSv/h          I1.          NW    6.1
167.1 pSv/h    < 0.01   pSv/h          I1           N     3.4
167.4 pSv/h    < 0.01   pSv/h         1009.         NNW   3.0
167.6 pSv/h    < 0.01   pSv/h         ALft.         NW    2.7
167.8 pSv/h    < 0.01   pSv/h         ALffi         NW    2.7
168.0 pSv/h    < 0.01   pSv/h         ILE           NW    2.9
169.0 pSv/h    < 0.01   pSv/h         IL2.          NW    2.5
168.0 pSv/h    < 0.01   pSv/h         ElLf          WNW   2.7
168.3 pSv/h    < 0.01   pSv/h         AL9.          NW    2.7
169.2 pSv/h    < 0.01   liSv/h        ILE           NW    2.5
169.6 pSv/h    < 0.01   pSv/h         ILIL2         NNW   2.2
169.7 pSv/h    < 0.01   pSv/h         ILf".         NW    2.4
169.5 pSv/h    < 0.01   pSv/h         51L2          WNW   2.3
169.0 pSv/h    < 0.01   pSv/h         EtI",         WNW   2.6
169.8 pSv/h    < 0.01   pSv/h         AOLLE         NNW   2.8
170.0 pSv/h    < 0.01   pSv/h         AL:           NW    2.3
169 pSv/h      < 0.01   pSv/h         At            N     2.9
170.1 pSv/h    < 0.01   pSv/h              ,
                                         ,LILN      NNW   2.7
170.3 pSv/h    < 0.01   pSv/h         IL            N     2.6
170.3 pSv/h    < 0.01   pSv/h         ILIL29        NNW   2.7
170.6 pSv/h    < 0.01   pSv/h         ILILffi       NNW   3.5
170.7 liSv/h     < 0.01 ItSv/h     AIM                                          NNE          3.4
170.7 pSv/h      < 0.01 pSv/h      Il.l2.                                       NNW          2.9
170.8 pSv/h      < 0.01 pSv/h      ILIII.                                       NNW          3.0
170.8 pSv/h      < 0.01 pSv/h      ILItL                                        NNE          3.0
170.7 ItSv/h     < 0.01 •Sv/h      Itil                                         NNE          3.1
170.5 ISv/h      < 0.01 tiSv/h      _            _1_                            NW           2.8
170.6 ItSv/h     < 0.01 iSv/h       _________                                   NNW          2.4
170.6 itSv/h     < 0.01 tSv/h      IL                                           N            2.6
170.8 iSv/h      < 0.01 tSv/h      it                   _               _       N            2.5
170.5 tSv/h      < 0.01 pSv/h       __t_.__t_.                              _   NNW          2.6
170.8 IpSv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h       _            ___                            NW           2.5
170.6 pSv/h      < 0.01 piSv/h      _            _10.               _           NW           3.9
170.5 pSv/h      < 0.01 IVSv/h      __1_.               _____                   NNW          4.4
170.8 piSv/h     < 0.01 piSv/h      ____t_                      _               NNW          3.5
170.8 pSv/h      < 0.01 ISv/h       ___L_                           _           WNW          3.8
170.7 pSv/h      < 0.01 ISv/h       _____                                       NW           5.1
N/A              N/A               N/A                                          N/A    N/A
146.7 iLSv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h      At2.                                         NW           2.9
146.7 ItSv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h           tIL9L.                                  NNW          2.6
146.6 IpSv/h     < 0.01 pISv/h      _                       _                   W            2.9
146.9 pSv/h      < 0.01 tiSv/h      _                       _                   W            3.5
146.8 pSv/h      < 0.01 ItSv/h      _____N                                                   2.4
146.8 PSv/h      < 0.01 piSv/h                                                  W            3.7
146.8 ItSv/h     < 0.01 itSv/hf                                                 NW           3.8
146.6   ILSv/h   < 0.01 itSv/h                                                  W            4.5
146.8   ISv/h    < 0.01 ISv/h       100.9                                       NNW          3.4
146.8   IpSv/h   < 0.01 IpSv/h     il                                           N            3.4
146.7   pSv/h    < 0.01 •Sv/h      AL2.                                         NW           3.4
146.7 pSv/h      < 0.01 ISv/h       _                       _                   W            4.3
146.7 pSv/h      < 0.01 pSv/h      ItlLt'                                       NNW          3.4
146.6 pSv/h      < 0.01 pSv/h      AIL2                                         NW           3.1
147.2 tiSv/h     < 0.01 pISv/h      •1".                                        WNW          3.4
147.0 pISv/h     < 0.01 pISv/h      IL2.                                        NW           3.3
146.9 pISv/h     < 0.01 tiSv/h     2IL5                                         WNW,         3.6
146.9 pISv/h     < 0.01 tpSv/h      _                       _                   W            3.5
146.8 pSv/h      < 0.01 pSv/h        IL9.                                       WNW          3.8
146.7 pSv/h      < 0.01 pISv/h     IL2.                                         NW           3.0
146.7 pSv/h      < 0.01 pISv/h     AL1"                                         NW           2.6
146.6 pSv/h      < 0.01 iSv/h      IL2,                                         NW           2.2
146.6 pSv/h      < 0.01 pISv/h     ILE                                          NW           2.4
146.2   jiSv/h   < 0.01   ISv/h    10§                                          NW           2.4
146.4   p.Sv/h   < 0.01   piSv/h   Itg                                          NW           3.5
146.0   pSv/h    < 0.01   iISv/h   AL2.                                         NW           2.8
146.0   pSv/h    < 0.01   IpSv/h   IL                                           N            2.6
146.0   pSv/h    < 0.01   IpSv/h    g                                           W            1.9
145.9   itSv/h   < 0.01   iSv/h    991t2                                        WNW          2.5
145.8   iiSv/h   < 0.01   ipSv/h   ILIL,,                                       NNW          2.3
145.8 pSv/h      < 0.01 IVSv/h     IL29                                         NW           2.7
145.5   pSv/h    < 0.01   pSv/h    291".9                                          WNW     2.8
145.4   pSv/h    < 0.01   pSv/h    IL9.                                            NW      2.8
145.4   pSv/h    < 0.01   pSv/h    It                                              NW    ..2.4
145.3   pSv/h    < 0.01   ltSv/h    II.:f.                                         NNW     2.7
145.2   pSv/h,   < 0.01   iSv/h    25ILf                                           WNW     2.6
145.2   lSv/h    < 0.01   pSv/h    At2.                                            NW      2.0
145.0   pSv/h    < 0.01   iSv/h    It?.                                            NW      2.2
145.0 pSv/h      < 0.01 lSv/h      _I_,_                                           NW     2.2
144.6 pSv/h      < 0.01 pSv/h      ___1_.                                  _       WNW    2.5
144.5 pSv/h      < 0.01 pSv/h      __1"._                                          NW     2.0
144.7 pSv/h      < 0.01 pSv/h      __t_._                                          NW     1.7
144.4 pSv/h      < 0.01 pSv/h      21L•                                            WNW    1.7
143.9 pSv/h      < 0.01 pSv/h      ______                                          WNW    1.4
144.1 pSv/h      < 0.01 pSv/h      _               ___                             NW     0.7
144.2 pSv/h      < 0.01 VSv/h      i1                                              N      0.6
143.9 pSv/h      < 0.01 pSv/h      Iti.l                                           NNE    0.7
143.8 pSv/h      < 0.01 iSv/h      it                    _                 _       N      0.6
143.5 I[Sv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h      __t_                                            NW     0.5
143.5   IýSv/h   < 0.01   pSv/h    1tlt.•                                          NNW    0.4
143.3   pSv/h    < 0.01   pSv/h    A                                               E      0.3
143.4   pSv/h    < 0.01   pSv/h    It".2.                                          NNW    0.7
143.0   pSv/h    < 0.01   pSv/h    291t                                            WNW    1.1
143.1   piSv/h   < 0.01 pSv/h               _            _1_       _               WNW    1.4
143.0 pSv/h      < 0.01 pSv/h               __".                               __WNW      1.8
143.0 pSv/h      < 0.01 pSv/h               _                          _           W      2.0
142.8   pSv/h    < 0.01 pSv/h               _                      _               WSW    0.8
142.9   ISv/h    < 0.01 pSv/h          _                       _                   W      0.7
142.8   pSv/h    < 0.01 pSv/h          ___t_.                              __WNW          1.6
142.7   pSv/h    < 0.01 pSv/h          ______WNW                                          2.2
142.8 pSv/h      < 0.01 pSv/h          __1                         __WNW                  1.8
142.5 pSv/h      < 0.01 pSv/h          _                       _                   W      0.9
142.6 pSv/h      < 0.01 pSv/h          _                       _                   W      1.5
142.0 pSv/h      < 0.01 pSv/h          _                       _                   WSW    0.9
141.8 pSv/h      < 0.01 pSv/h           _                          _               W      1.1
141.5 pSv/h      < 0.01 1.Sv/h     1.                                              N      1.3
141.3 pSv/h      < 0.01 pSv/h      1L                                              NW     0.5
141.2 pSv/h      < 0.01 pSv/h          _                       _                   WSW    0.9
141.1 pSv/h      < 0.01 piSv/h          _                          _               W      1.5
141.1 pSv/h      < 0.01 iSv/h           _                          _               W      1.1
140.9 pSv/h      < 0.01 pSv/h          _____WNW                                           1.6
140.8 pSv/h      < 0.01 liSv/h         ______WNW                                          1.7
140.8 pSv/h      < 0.01 pSv/h               _                      _               W      1.6
140.6 pSv/h      < 0.01 piSv/h              ______                                 WNW    1.3
140.7 pSv/h      < 0.01 pSv/h               __1_               __                  WNW    1.0
140.4 iSv/h      < 0.01 pSv/h      ?Ilt                                            WNW    1.2
140.3 pSv/h      < 0.01 iSv/h                      _t_.
                                                      _NW      _                          1.1
140.3 pSv/h      < 0.01 pSv/h      It5                                            INW     1.0
140.2 pSv/h      < 0.01 pSv/h      I1tt19                                          NNW    0:6
140.1   pSv/h    <   0.01   liSv/h   l                                          NW    0.5
140.3   piSv/h   <   0.01   iiSv/h    I                                         NW    0.5
140.3   p.Sv/h   <   0.01   i.Sv/h   Illg                                       NW    0.8
140.3   tiSv/h   <   0.01   iSv/h    It?                                        NW    0.7
140.2   pSv/h    <   0.01   p.Sv/h   IIttE                                      NNW   0.7
140.1   pSv/h    <   0.01   pSv/h    It2                                        NW    0.8
140.1   pSv/h    <   0.01   pSv/h    II29                                       NW    0.6
140.0 pSv/h      < 0.01 pSv/h        _ll___l                    __.__NNE              0.4
140.0 liSv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h                                                   W     0.3
139.9 pSv/h      < 0.01 pSv/h        _          _               __S                   0.5
139.7 piSv/h     < 0.01 p1Sv/h       _                          _               W     0.5
139.7 liSv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h        _                          _               W     0.4
139.7 pSv/h      < 0.01 pSv/h            t1".                                   NW    0.5
139.7   piSv/h   < 0.01 IASv/h       _              _               _           W     1.4
139.6 piSv/h     < 0.01 pISv/h       211t.9                                     WNW   1.6
139.4 piSv/h     < 0.01 ipSv/h       _10                                        NW    2.0
138.3 pISv/h     < 0.01     pASv/h   _                      _                   W     1.5
138.3 pSv/h      < 0.01 ISv/h        _          _1_                             NW    0.9
139.2 tiSv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h        _                          _               W     1.2
137.7   pISv/h   < 0.01 pSv/h        __                                         W     1.5
137.5 iSv/h      < 0.01 IpSv/h       _                          _               W     1.4
137.5 pSv/h      < 0.01 ViSv/h       _                          _               W     1.2
137.5 p.Sv/h     < 0.01 pISv/h       __l                    ____NW                    1.2
137.4 iiSv/h     < 0.01 piSv/h       1                                          SW    1.4
137.5 jASv/h     < 0.01 piSv/h       _                          _               W     1.1
137.4 p.Sv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h        109                                        NW    1.0
137.3 iSv/h      < 0.01 IiSv/h       _I_                _               _       NW    1.0
137.1 tSv/h      < 0.01 OISv/h       __S                                              0.7
137.2 pSv/h      < 0.01 pSv/h        ___"._N                                          0.5
136.9 IjSv/h     < 0.01 ISv/h             I                                     NE    0.6
137.0 pSv/h      < 0.01 iSv/h        1.                                         N     0.7
136.7 pSv/h      < 0.01 plSv/h       ______N                                          0.6
136.7 tSv/h      < 0.01 tSv/h        1.                                         N     0.4
136.6 p•v/h      < 0.01 pSv/h        ]RIM                                       ENE   0.5
136.6 tiSv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h        AM_._                                      NE    0.5
136.6 pSv/h      < 0.01 pSv/h        ]KIM,                                      ENE   0.4
136.2 pSv/h      < 0.01 lpSv/h       __t_.__1_.                             _   NNW   0.5
136.4 pSv/h      < 0.01 pISv/h       __1"._                                     NW    0.5
136.2 pSv/h      < 0.01 ISv/h        __1_._                                     NW    1.7
136.3 liSv/h     < 0.01 pISv/h       910.                                       WNW   2.2
136.2 pISv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h        _                          _               WSW   1.7
136.1 pISv/h     < 0.01 pISv/h       __t_._                                     WNW   2.3
136.0 IiSv/h     < 0.01 pISv/h       __11_.                             __WNW         2.0
136.0 ISv/h      < 0.01 pSv/h        _                          _               W     2.3
135.8 IpSv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h        __                                         W     2.4
135.8 pSv/h      < 0.01 pSv/h        _it_.                                      N     2.0
135.8 iSv/h      < 0.01 pSv/h        _                          _               WSW   1.8
135.7 tSv/h      < 0.01 tiSv/h       _                          _               W     2.5
135.6   piSv/h    < 0.01   pSv/h    2                                W     2.0
135.6   pSv/h     < 0.01   pSv/h    IL29                             NW    1.8
135.4   pSv/h     < 0.01   pSv/h    2                                W     2.1
135.5   pSv/h     < 0.01   ipSv/h    it                              N     2.0
135.4   pSv/h     < 0.01   ItSv/h   29                               W     2.1
135.4   p•v/h     < 0.01   lSv/h    iMif                             SW    2.2
135.3   pSv/h     < 0.01   pSv/h    ?                                WNW   1.8
135.4   pSv/h     < 0.01   pSv/h    It                               NNW   1.8
135.5   pSv/h     < 0.01   pSv/h    29                               W     0.5
135.1   lpSv/h    < 0.01   pSv/h    i9                               W     1.3
135.1   itSv/h    < 0.01   pSv/h    2                                W     1.9
135.1    ItSv/h   < 0.01   IpSv/h   2                                W     1.3
135.0   lSv/h     < 0.01   liSv/h   it                               N     1.7
134.8   lSv/h     < 0.01   liSv/h                                    NW    1.9
134.9   pSv/h     < 0.01   iSv/h                                     W     1.7
134.7   pSv/h     < 0.01   lSv/h    _          _             _       NE    1.2
134.6 pSv/h       < 0.01 pSv/h                                       WNW   1.5
135.1 pSv/h       < 0.01 pSv/h                                       N     1.8
134.6 1iSv/h      < 0.01 pSv/h       iL                              NW    1.8
134.5 piSv/h      < 0.01 pSv/h      ILL                              NNW   2.0
134.6 pSv/h       < 0.01 ltSv/h     _                   _            NW    1.9
134.6 pSv/h       < 0.01 jiSv/h     IL)                              NW    1.6
134.6 pSv/h       < 0.01 liSv/h     _.                  __NW               1.9
134.4 ý6Sv/h      < 0.01 pISv/h     ______WNW                              2.5
134.3 ýiSv/h      < 0.01 iSv/h      _______WNW                             1.9
134.4   lSv/h     < 0.01 ISv/h      _                   _            W     1.9
134.0   ISv/h     < 0.01 IpSv/h     ____,                        __WNW     1.9
134.0    iSv/h    < 0.01   pSv/h     iLi                             WNW   2.1
134.0   lSv/h     < 0.01   lSv/h     il.                             WNW   0.3
133.9   lSv/h     < 0.01   lSv/h    __i                     __NW           2.0
133.8   pSv/h     < 0.01   pSv/h    i___.i                   __WNW         2.5
133.6   pSv/h     < 0.01   pSv/h    ___l_.                   __WNW         2.0
133.6   pSv/h     < 0.01   pSv/h    _                   _            W     2.3
133.4 pSv/h       < 0.01 pSv/h      _____.                   __WNW         2.4
133.2 pSv/h       < 0.01 pSv/h      _                   _            W     0.7
133.2 pSv/h       < 0.01 pSv/h      _                   _            W     2.2
133.1   pSv/h     < 0.01   pSv/h    _               _                W     0.4
133.1   pSv/h     < 0.01   pISv/h   _        _1_.            _       WNW   1.9
133.0   pSv/h     < 0.01   pSv/h    _               _                W     2.2
132.8   pSv/h     < 0.01   pSv/h    5                                W     1.9
132.9   pSv/h     < 0.01   pSv/h    ltg.                             NW    1.7
132.8   pSv/h     < 0.01   pSv/h    91t29_.                      _   WNW   1.6
132.8  itSv/h     < 0.01   pISv/h   It2                              NW    1.7
132.6  •Sv/h      < 0.01   pISv/h   _        ___                     NW    1.6
132.5 iSv/h       < 0.01 piSv/h     ____.                        _   WNW   1.4
132.5 pSv/h       < 0.01 iSv/h      _               _                W     1.6
132.5 pISv/h      < 0.01 i[Sv/h     _               _                W     2.0
132.5 ipSv/h      < 0.01 IiSv/h     _               _                W     0.3
132.4   pSv/h    < 0.01   pSv/h    glt             WNW    2.0
132.3   pSv/h    < 0.01   pSv/h    'Elt.           WNW    1.6
132.1   pSv/h    < 0.01   iSv/h    Elt             WNW    1.7
132.1   pSv/h    < 0.01   pSv/h    It              NW     2.2
132.1   pSv/h    < 0.01   pSv/h    It.             NW     2.0
131.8   pSv/h    < 0.01   pSv/h    Elt,            WNW   .1.8

131.9   pSv/h    < 0.01   pSv/h    El.             WNW     1.8
131.4   jiSv/h   < 0.01   pSv/h    Eltg            WNW     1.6
131.3   pSv/h    < 0.01   pSv/h     Itf            NW      1.8
131.2 liSv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h                      WNW     1.4
131.1   ItSv/h   < 0.01   1iSv/h                   W      0.9
131.0   pSv/h    < 0.01   lSv/h    EM              WSW    1.5
131.0   ItSv/h   < 0.01   pSv/h    gltg            WNW    1.3
130.8   pSv/h    < 0.01   pSv/h    2               W      1.1
130.8   ýtSv/h   < 0.01   pSv/h    EWE             WSW    0.7
130.7   iSv/h    < 0.01   pSv/h                    W      1.3
130.6 iiSv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h                      WNW     1.6
130.4 iSv/h      < 0.01 .Sv/h                      NW     0.9
130.4 iSv/h      < 0.01 pSv/h                      NW     0.9
130.4 pSv/h      < 0.01 iSv/hf                     WNW    0.9
130.4   pSv/h    < 0.01   pSv/h                    WSW    0.7
130.3   pSv/h    < 0.01   pSv/h                    WNW    0.7
130.3   iSv/h    < 0.01   pSv/h    E               W      0.6
130.1   pSv/h    < 0.01   pSv/h    EWE             WSW    0.3
130.1   pSv/h    < 0.01   pSv/h    2§lt.           WNW    0.3
130.0   pSv/h    < 0.01   pSv/h    It1•            NW     0.3
130.1   pSv/h    < 0.01   pSv/h    2               W      0.8
129.9   pSv/h    < 0.01   pSv/h    9lLt            WNW    0.9
129.9   pSv/h    < 0.01   pSv/h    2               W      0.8
129.8   pSv/h    < 0.01   pSv/h    291t-.          WNW    1.1
129.7 pSv/h      < 0.01 pSv/h      Alt.            NW     0.7
129.7 IiSv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h                      NW     0.6
129.6 iSv/h      < 0.01 pSv/h                      SW     0.8
129.5 IiSv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h      M               SSW    0.7
129.4 p.Sv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h      Elt'.           WNW    0.5
129.3 p.Sv/h     < 0.01 lSv/h          Il1ll       NNW    0.6
128.9 pSv/h      < 0.01 iSv/h          1L.         NW     0.4
128.9   iSv/h    < 0.01   iSv/h                    NW     0.4
128.8   pSv/h    < 0.01   OSv/h    i               SW     0.5
128.4   pSv/h    < 0.01   pSv/h                    NW     0.6
128.3   pSv/h    < 0.01   iSv/hf                   WSW    0.7
128.1   pSv/h    < 0.01   IiSv/h                   W      0.6
128.0   pSv/h    < 0.01   pSv/h                    WNW    0.5
128.0 4Sv/h      < 0.01 pSv/h                      WSW    0.4
128.0 pSv/h      < 0.01 pSv/h                      NW     0.4
128.0 pSv/h      < 0.01 pSv/h      E               W      0.3
127.9 IiSv/h     < 0.01   IiSv/h        _      _   W      0.5
127.8 pSv/h      < 0.01   iSv/h    2__M29          WSW    0.8
127.0   ItSv/h   < 0.01   pSv/h     109                               NW    0.6
127.7   IýSv/h   < 0.01   pSv/h    miJlw                              NNE   0.4
127.6   ýiSv/h   < 0.01   piSv/h   AM                                 NE    0.6
127.5   itSv/h   < 0.01   IýSv/h   At                                 N     0.3
127.3   ýiSv/h   < 0.01   ISv/h     ltg                               NW    0.4
127.3   p.Sv/h   < 0.01   IpSv/h   it                                 N     0.4
127.3   OSv/h    < 0.01   IýSv/h   2                                  W     0.4
127.3 iSv/h      < 0.01 pSv/h      I.IM                               NNE   0.4
127.1 jISv/h     < 0.01 tSv/h      it                                 N     0.7
127.1 ptSv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h      it                                 N     0.5
127.0 piSv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h       109                               NW    0.4
126.9 piSv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h      X29                                NW    0.8
126.9 pSv/h      < 0.01 ipSv/h         ______                         NW    1.0
126.8 pSv/h      < 0.01 pISv/h     it                                 N     0.7
126.8 pSv/h      < 0.01 ISv/h      it                                 N     0.6
126.7   pSv/h    < 0.01   IASv/h   It                                 N     0.6
126.4   pSv/h    < 0.01   ISv/h    It                                 N     0.4
126.5   pSv/h    < 0.01   pSv/h        _                  _           W     0.3
126.4   pSv/h    < 0.01   pSv/h    m                  _               S     0.4
126.1   iASv/h   < 0.01   pSv/h    Il.                                NE    0.4
126.3 pSv/h      < 0.01 pSv/h      it                                 N     0.3
126.2 4•Sv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h          _        ___                   WSW   0.8
125.9 pSv/h      < 0.01 itSv/h     2I1".f                             WNW   0.5
126.0 pISv/h     < 0.01 ipSv/h     it           i                     SSW   0.5
125.7 pSv/h      < 0.01   iSv/h        _                      _       W     0.7
125.7 pSv/h      < 0.01 piSv/h     109                                NW    0.9
125.5 pSv/h      < 0.01 pSv/h          _                  _           W     0.8
125.7 tSv/h      < 0.01 utSv/h         _                  _           W     0.7
125.5 piSv/h     < 0.01 ItSv/h     ?9                                 W     0.5
125.7 itSv/h     < 0.01 ISv/h      AtIIL9                             NNW   0.5
125.0 pISv/h     < 0.01 ISv/h      ItItE                              NNW   0.4
125.4 IýiSv/h    < 0.01 IpSv/h         _                              W     0.7
125.5 iSv/h      < 0.01 pSv/h      Itg                                NW    0.8
125.8 iSv/h      < 0.01 pSv/h      2_                                 W     1.0
125.5 ISv/h      < 0.01 ISv/h      Itg                                NW    0.5
125.4 iSv/h      < 0.01 pSv/h          __                             W     0.6
125.1 ISv/h      < 0.01 pSv/h          _                      _       W     0.6
125.2 ISv/h      < 0.01 pSv/h      9M2_                           _   WSW   0.6
125.3   iSv/h    < 0.01 ItSv/h         _&M2                       _   WSW   0.7
125.1 pSv/h      < 0.01 pSv/h      j                                  SSW   0.6
125.3 pSv/h      < 0.01 pSv/h          _                      _       S     0.8
125.1 pSv/h      < 0.01 iSv/h      At2.                               NW    0.9
125.0 tiSv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h      2_M2                           _   WSW   0.5
125.1 IpSv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h      It.                                NW    0.7
125.0 p.Sv/h     < 0.01 IpSv/h     __S                                      0.8
124.9 ISv/h      < 0.01 pSv/h          _                  _           W     0.8
125.0 iSv/h      < 0.01 pSv/h      ltl..                              NNW   0.9
124.9 ISv/h      < 0.01 pSv/h      Iltltg                             NNW   0.8
124.8   pSv/h    < 0.01   pSv/h            1                                    NE    0.7
128.0   pSv/h    < 0.01   pSv/h    1                                            S     0.6
152.7   pSv/h    < 0.01   pSv/h                                                 E     1.8
140.4 pSv/h      < 0.01   ýiSv/h       __                                       E     1.7
132.9 iSv/h      < 0.01   4Sv/h    ____E                                              0.9
130.2   iSv/h    < 0.01   iSv/h    _                           _                E     1.8
135.5   iSv/h    < 0.01   liSv/h                                                E     2.3
130.3   lSv/h    < 0.01   pSv/h    I•[•J•                                       ESE   2.8
128.0   liSv/h   < 0.01   pSv/h                                                 ENE   3.2
128.1   iSv/h    < 0.01   pSv/h    VIMW                                         ENE   2.6
127.5   iSv/h    < 0.01   pSv/h                                                 E     1.8
127.1   iSv/h    < 0.01   pSv/h        _               _               _        E     2.2
127.1 itSv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h      1t1[                                         NNE   1.9
126.7   ýiSv/h   < 0.01   pSv/h        _               _               _        E     3.7
126.4   itSv/h   < 0.01   pSv/h        _           _           __E                    3.7
126.1   pSv/h    < 0.01   ItSv/h       _               _               _        E     2.6
126.0   iSv/h    < 0.01   iSv/h        _____NE                                        2.6
125.8   ltSv/h   < 0.01   p.Sv/h   i           [                                NE    2.8
125.6   iSv/h    < 0.01   ltSv/h       _______ENE                                     2.3
125.5   pSv/h    < 0.01   pSv/h        ______SE                                       2.3
125.5   pSv/h    < 0.01 pSv/h          _                   _               _E         3.8
124.4 pSv/h      < 0.01 itSv/h     11                                           SSE   2.8
124.4 iSv/h      < 0.01   iSv/h    1 [                                          SE    3.0
125.2 pSv/h      < 0.01   iSv/h        __E                                            1.3
125.1 liSv/h     < 0.01   iLSv/h   W                                            E     2.4
125.0 p.Sv/h     < 0.01   IiSv/h   WI                                           E     3.5
124.9 liSv/h     < 0.01   iSv/h        ______ESE                                      3.8
124.7 iiSv/h     < 0.01   [Sv/h    WI                                           E     3.1
124.7 iSv/h      < 0.01   ltSv/h   1           [                                SE    3.0
124.6 itSv/h     < 0.01   iSv/h        _____SW                                        2.4
124.3 IiSv/h     < 0.01   ItSv/h       _                       _                S     2.1
123.9 liSv/h     < 0.01 iSv/h      W[1•JW                                       ESE   2.0
124.0   iSv/h    < 0.01 pSv/h          ___.                    ___NW                  3.2
123.8   iiSv/h   < 0.01 iSv/h          ___S                                           2.7
123.7 liSv/h     < 0.01 iSv/h      WI[fJWI                                      ESE   2.3
123.5   iiSv/h   < 0.01 liSv/h                                                  EI
                                                                                E     2.4
123.4   [ISv/h   < 0.01 iSv/h          __S                                            3.2
123.2   iSv/h    < 0.01 [ISv/h     WI                                           E     2.3
123.3   ýtSv/h   < 0.01 ýiSv/h     WI                                           E     2.4
123.1   pSv/h    < 0.01 pSv/h          _                           _            S     2.1
123.0   iiSv/h   < 0.01 pSv/h      iji[                                         SE    2.0
123.0   lISv/h   < 0.01 lISv/h     i [                                          SE    2.1
122.8   lISv/h   < 0.01 ISv/h      WI                                           E     1.8
122.8   pSv/h    < 0.01 [ISv/h                                                  S
                                                                                Sj    1.9
122.6   pSv/h    < 0.01 [ISv/h     1 iJ                                         SSW   1.3
122.7   pSv/h    < 0.01 [iSv/h     WI                                           E     1.7
122.5   pISv/h   < 0.01 pSv/h      WI                                           E     1.9
122.5 pSv/h      < 0.01 pISv/h     1J[•JWI                                      SSE   2.3
122.5 iSv/h     < 0.01 liSv/h                                     S     1.3
122.4 iSv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h     VIM I                            ESE   1.6
122.2 ýiSv/h    < 0.01 iSv/h         _                _           E     1.2
121.9 iSv/h     < 0.01 iSv/h         _______                      SSE   1.9
122.0 iSv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h         ______ESE                          0.9
121.9 pSv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h         _______SE                          1.2
121.8 p.Sv/h    < 0.01 pSv/h     W                                E     0.8
121.8 pSv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h     1J•                              SW    0.6
121.7 pSv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h             mJ1fJf                   SSW   0.6
121.6 pSv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h     29_M29                           WSW   0.5
121.6 pSv/h     < 0.01 iSv/h      _
                                 _M               _           _   SW    0.4
121.7   iSv/h   < 0.01 pSv/h     NMI                              SSE   0.3
121.4 pSv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h     iL                               N     0.5
120.8 pSv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h     __S                                    0.3
120.8 pSv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h     ILC                              NW    0.6
120.7 pSv/h     < 0.01 pSv/h     _                        _       WSW   0.5
120.6   pSv/h   < 0.01   pSv/h   1                                SW    0.4
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                                       OPA

                       TALKING POINTS


                       JAPAN NUCLEAR SITUATION

                                 As of 3/24/2011 3:30 PM

                                     Updates in Red



                                      CONTENTS

     1. The Safety of U.S. Nuclear Power Plants

     2. Monitoring Radiation in the United States

     3. The Situation in Japan




                                            I
PART 1: THE SAFETY OF U.S. NUCLEAR POWER PLANTS


*   The NRC is always looking to learn information that can be applied to U.S. reactors
    and we will analyze the information that comes from this incident. President Obama
    has asked the agency to conduct a comprehensive review of the safety of U.S. nuclear
    plants; the agency will do so.


* The NRC issued an Information Notice on March 18 to all of its operating nuclear
    power plants describing the effects of the March 11 earthquake and tsunami on
    Japanese nuclear power plants. The purpose of the Information Notice is to inform
    the plants of the most recent information available to the NRC. The NRC expects
    U.S. nuclear power plants will review the entire notice to determine how it applies to
    their facilities and consider actions, as appropriate.


"   U.S. nuclear power plants are built to withstand environmental hazards, including
    earthquakes. Even those plants that are located outside of areas with extensive
    seismic activity are designed for safety in the event of such a natural disaster.


*   The NRC requires that safety-significant structures, systems, and components be
    designed to take into account the most severe natural phenomena historically reported
    for the site and surrounding area. The NRC then adds a margin for error to account
    for the limitations on historical data. In other words, U.S. nuclear power plants are
    designed to be safe based on historical data to predict the area's maximum credible
    earthquake.


*   In response to MSNBC.com report ranking US NPPs according to vulnerability to
    earthquakes: The NRC does not rank nuclear power plants according to their
    vulnerability to earthquakes. This "ranking" was developed by an MSNBC reporter
    using partial information and an even more partial understanding of how we evaluate
    plants for seismic risk. Each plant is evaluated individually according to the geology




                                           2
      of its site, not by a "one-size-fits-all" model - therefore such rankings or comparisons
      are highly misleading.


      In the 1980s and 1990s, the NRC required several changes to the BWR Mark I
      containments at U.S. plants to ensure they could continue to deal with severe events.
      The first issue involved the design's large circular tube, or "torus," which holds
      enough water to safely condense the large volumes of steam that could be released
      during a severe event. The NRC became aware in the mid-late 1970s that designers
      might have underestimated the forces the torus would have to withstand during an
      event. The NRC laid out an appropriate generic approach to resolving the issue in
      August 1982, and individual reactors carried out their plant-specific torus
      reinforcement efforts.


   The second issue involved the. potential for containment failure following an extended
   loss of decay heat removal capability. Under the Mark I Containment Performance
   Improvement program that ran from the late 1980s into the early 1990s, all Mark I BWRs
   operating at that time installed hardened vent systems to provide an additional decay heat
   removal capability to protect against containment overpressure failure. The containment
   vent system could also be used to control hydrogen concentrations in containment. Two
   units, Browns Ferry 1 and 3, were in extended shutdown at that time, and hardened vents
   were installed before those reactors restarted. In addition most plants provided an
   alternate water injection capability that is independent of normal and emergency power
   supplies and enhanced the reliability of the automatic depressurization system to reduce
   the likelihood of a challenge to containment. Furthermore, in 2003, the Commission
   issued the "Hydrogen Rule" (1OCFR50.44) that required all BWR Mark I plants to
   operate in an inert atmosphere to preclude the possibility of a hydrogen explosions in
   containment.


* The NRC recommendation related to a 50-mile evacuation zone for Americans near the
   affected nuclear power plants in Japan is consistent with the same kind of approach that




                                            3
would be used in the United States should a comparable, although extremely unlikely,
event take place here.


In November 1976, a federal task force was formed to look at salient emergency planning
issues for U.S. nuclear power plants. Out of that comprehensive evaluation came a
recommendation that a 10-mile-radius EPZ would assure that "prompt and effective
actions can be taken to protect the public in the event of an accident" at a plant. This was
based on research showing the most significant impacts of an accident would be expected
in the immediate vicinity of a plant and therefore any initial protective actions, such as
evacuations or sheltering in place, should be focused there. That does not mean the
protective actions could not expand beyond the 10-mile radius. Rather, emergency
planners have always known such actions could be necessary if the situation warranted it.
(See NUREG 0654/FEMA-REP-1.)


Following the events of Sept. 11, 2001, NRC required all nuclear plant licensees to take
additional steps to protect public health and safety in the event of a large fire or
explosion. In accordance with NRC regulations, all nuclear power plants are required to
maintain or restore cooling for the reactor core, containment building, and spent fuel pool
under the circumstances associated with a large fire or explosion. These requirements
include using existing or readily available equipment and personnel, having strategies for
firefighting, operations to minimize fuel damage, and actions to minimize radiological
release to the environment. In general, mitigative strategies are plans, procedures, and
pre-staged equipment whose intent is to minimize the effects of adverse events. If
needed, these mitigative strategies could also be used during natural phenomena such as
earthquakes, tornadoes, floods, and tsunami.




                                           4
PART 2: MONITORING RADIATION IN THE UNITED STATES


" The NRC is working closely with our federal partners to monitor radiation releases
    from the Japanese nuclear power plants. Given the results of the monitoring and
    distance between Japan and Hawaii, Alaska, U.S. Pacific Territories and the U.S.
    West Coast, the NRC expects the U.S. to avoid any harmful levels of radioactivity.
    Reports of radiation being detected in the United States are all far below levels that
    would present a health risk. Additional questions regarding monitoring of the
    radioactive release should be referred to DOE at 202 586 4940.


*   We are aware that minute amounts of radioactive elements have been detected at the
    very sensitive monitoring equipment at a number of privately owned nuclear plants.
    The US Government is looking at the best vehicle for reporting to the public this and
    any other data gathered by government. Nothing detected so far comes anywhere near
    a level that might concern us. We remain convinced there will be no health impact on
    the United States.



*   The Department of Energy has been designated the lead agency for communicating
    information to the states regarding monitoring of radiation heading toward or over the
    United States. The DOE's Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (National
    Atmospheric Release Assessment Center) is monitoring weather patterns over the
    Pacific Ocean. The Environmental Protection Agency maintains air monitoring
    stations throughout the country and has reinforced its monitoring effort. DOE will
    provide aerial monitoring. Questions about this effort should be directed to DOE at
    202 586 4940.


*   The Environmental Protection Agency has increased its radiation monitoring in the
    western U.S. Data from the EPA's RadNet is available on the EPA's website.




                                          5
[Only if specifically asked] The NRC is aware that Diablo Canyon nuclear power
plant in California, among others, have detected a very low level of radiation. The
site believes that the source of the radiation is likely the Fukushimi Daiichi nuclear
power plant in Japan. The amounts detected are barely detectable on the instruments
and pose no danger to public health and safety. The NRC continues to believe, based
on all available information, that no harmful levels of radiation will reach U.S.
territory. This information has been shared with the U.S. Department of Energy and
the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. Additional questions regarding
monitoring of the radioactive release should be referred to DOE at 202 586 4940.



In accordance with established protocols, U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP)
employs several types of radiation detection equipment in its operations at both air
and sea ports, and uses this equipment, along with specific operational protocols, to
resolve any security or safety risks that are identified with inbound travelers and
cargo. Out of an abundance of caution, CBP has issued field guidance reiterating its
operational protocols and directing field personnel to specifically monitor maritime
and air traffic from Japan. CBP will continue to evaluate the potential risks posed by
radiation contamination on inbound travelers and cargo and will adjust its detection
and response protocols, in coordination with its interagency partners, as developments
warrant.




                                      6
PART 3: THE SITUATION IN JAPAN

     " As of Sunday, March 20, 2011, the NRC continues to monitor the nuclear crisis in
         Japan stemming from the March 11 earthquake and tsunami. NRC's top priorities are
         the continued assessment of radiological conditions, dose predictions, and protective
         action recommendations. This effort focuses primarily on conditions in Japan around
         the vicinity of the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant. The NRC is also working
         with DOE to model the flow of radiation across the Pacific Ocean toward the United
         States.


     " A team of -l-0 NRC experts continues to assist Japanese efforts in Tokyo as part of a
         USAID-sponsored assistance effort. [If asked: One team member fell ill and returned
         to the US. Numbers in the team and names change; please check if asked.]


     *   The Commission was briefed by the NRC staff on the situation in Japan at a public
         meeting on Monday, March 21, 2011. A transcript for the public commission meeting
         held yesterday has been posted. The meeting included an overview of NRC actions
         related to the Japanese emergency and the possible short- and long-term activities for
         the NRC. The transcript can be found here: http://vgww.nrc.gov/reading-rm/doc-
         collections/commission/recent/201 1/. And the slides from the meeting are located at:
         http://www.nrc.gov/reading-rm/doc-
         collections/commission/slides/2011/20110321 /staff-slides-03212011-meeting-
         revl .pdf.


     *   Chairman Jaczko gave opening remarks at the meeting. He said, in part, "We have a
         responsibility to the American people to undertake a systematic and methodical
         review of the safety of our own domestic nuclear facilities, in light of the natural
         disaster and the resulting nuclear emergency in Japan. Beginning to examine all
         available information is an essential part of our effort to analyze the event and
         understand its impact on Japan and implications for the United States. Our focus is
         always on keeping plants and radioactive materials in this country safe and secure."



                                               7
   A copy of his full opening remarks can be found here: http://www.nrc.gov/reading-
   rm/doc-collections/news/2011/11-054.pdf



* Based on calculations performed by NRC experts, we continue to believe that it is
   appropriate for U.S. residents within 50 miles of the Fukushima reactors to evacuate.
   Our recommendation is based on NRC guidelines for public safety that would be used
   in the United States under similar circumstances.


The 10-mile EPZ reflects the area where projected doses from design basis accidents at
nuclear power plants would not exceed the EPA's protective action guidelines, and we
are confident that it would be adequate even for severe accidents. However, the 10-mile
zone was always considered a base for emergency response that could be expanded if the
situation warranted. The situation in Japan, with four reactors experiencing exceptional
difficulties simultaneously, creates the need to expand the EPZ beyond the normal 10-
mile radius, based on our limited data and conservative assumptions.

" The NRC is closely monitoring information about the spent fuel pools as well as
   radiation levels at the Japanese nuclear power plants. Given the totality of the
   situation, the NRC's recommendation for U.S. residents within 50 miles of the
   Fukushima reactors to evacuate remains unchanged. That recommendation was
   based on actual radiation levels in the nuclear complex.


* The Japanese government has formally asked for U.S. assistance in responding to
   nuclear power plant cooling issues triggered by an earthquake and tsunami on March
   11.


* The NRC is coordinating its actions with other federal agencies as part of the U.S.
   government response. The NRC's headquarters Operations Center was activated at
   the beginning-of the event and has been monitoring the situation on a 24-hour basis
   ever since.

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       Press Releases

         Press Release (Mar 30,2011)
         Plant Status of Fukushima Daini Nuclear Power Station (as of 9:00 am March 30th)



         [No update from the last release issued at 9:00 pm, March 29th]

         Unit  Status
         1      Reactor cold shutdown, stable water level, offsite power is
                available.
                No reactor coolant is leaked to the reactor containment vessel.
                Maintain average water temperature below 100°C in the Pressure
                Suppression Chamber.
         2      Reactor cold shutdown, stable water level, offsite power is
                available.
                No reactor coolant is leaked to the reactor containment vessel.
                Maintain average water temperature below 100°C in the Pressure
                Suppression Chamber.
         3      Reactor cold shutdown, stable water level, offsite power is
                available.
                No reactor coolant is leaked to the reactor containment vessel.
                Maintain average water temperature below 100'C in the Pressure
                Suppression Chamber.
         4      Reactor cold shutdown, stable water level, offsite power is
                available.
                No reactor coolant is leaked to the reactor containment vessel.
                Maintain average water temperature below 100'C in the Pressure
                Suppression Chamber.
         Other N.A.




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       Press Releases

         Press Release (Mar 30,2011)
         Implementation Plan of Rolling Blackouts on and after March 31, 2011


         Due to the tight power supply-demand balance, TEPCO has been implementing
         rolling blackouts since Monday, March 14. We sincerely regret causing
         anxiety and inconvenience to our customers and the society. We appreciate
         your cooperation in conserving electricity   consumption.
         For customers who will be subject to rolling blackouts, please be prepared
         for the announced blackout periods. Also, for the customers who are not
         subject to blackouts, we would appreciate your continuous cooperation in
         reducing electricity   usage by turning off unnecessary lightings and
         electrical  appliances.
         We will inform the implementation plan of rolling blackouts on and after
         March 30, 2011 as follows:

         o Implementation plan of rolling blackout on March 31 (Thu.)
         On March 31, Thursday, no rolling blackout will be implemented in any time
         periods based on the today's power demand, the weather forecast on March
         31 and the trend of the power supply. Because of your cooperation in
         conserving electricity, we can avoid the rolling blackout for tomorrow.
         We appreciate your continuous cooperation

         o Implementation plan of rolling blackouts on April             I (Fri)-
           April 6 (Wed)
         Please refer to the appendix for details.

         *The actual blackout period for each Group is planned to be maximum
           about 3 hours during the relevant scheduled time period.
         *Each blackout period for each Group differs every day and starting
           and ending time of blackout periods may slightly differ.
         *Depending on the supply-demand balance of the day, planned blackouts
           may not be carried out. In case the electricity  supply-demand balance
           becomes tighter than expected, we will reconsider the rolling blackout
           plan and inform you accordingly before we implement the revised plan.
         *A blackout may occur in the adjacent areas where the planned blackouts
           are carried out

         (Others)
         *In order to prevent fires,    please make sure to switch off electric
           appliances such as hair driers when you leaving home.
         ePlease carefully pay attention to the traffic    at the crossings in
           case the traffic    lights are suddenly turned off.
         eAs for the buildings and apartments, please be aware that equipments
           and facilities   such as elevators, automatic doors, automatic locks, and
           multilevel parking lots will not function. In particular, please avoid
           using elevators during the scheduled blackouts.

         <Reference)
         oPrediction of demand and supply on March 30
            Estimated Demand   34,000 MW (18:00-19:00)
            Supply Capacity    38,000 MW

         oPrediction of demand and supply on March 31
           Estimated Demand    34,000 MW (18:00-19:00)
            Supply Capacity    38,000 MW

         *Prediction of demand
          According to the weather forecast, the temperature tomorrow on March 31
          will be normal. We assume the estimated peak demand on March 31 will be
          34,000MW, equal to the estimated demand today on March 30.
         'Estimated demand and supply capacity may change depending on the
          situation of the day.

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       Press Releases

         Press Release (Mar 30,2011)
         Implementation Plan of Rolling Blackouts on and after March 31, 2011


         Due to the tight power supply-demand balance, TEPCO has been implementing
         rolling blackouts since Monday, March 14. We sincerely regret causing
         anxiety and inconvenience to our customers and the society. We appreciate
         your cooperation in conserving electricity consumption.
         For customers who will be subject to rolling blackouts, please be prepared
         for the announced blackout periods. Also, for the customers who are not
         subject to blackouts, we would appreciate your continuous cooperation in
         reducing electricity usage by turning off unnecessary lightings and
         electrical appliances.
         We will inform the implementation plan of rolling blackouts on and after
         March 30, 2011 as follows:

         o Implementation plan of rolling blackout on March 31 (Thu.)
         On March 31, Thursday, no rolling blackout will be implemented in any time
         periods based on the today's power demand, the weather forecast on March
         31 and the trend of the power supply. Because of your cooperation in
         conserving electricity, we can avoid the rolling blackout for tomorrow.
         We appreciate your continuous cooperation

         o Implementation plan of rolling blackouts on April 1 (Fri)-
           April 6 (Wed)
         Please refer to the appendix for details.

         *The actual blackout period for each Group is planned to be maximum
           about 3 hours during the relevant scheduled time period.
         *Each blackout period for each Group differs every day and starting
           and ending time of blackout periods may slightly differ.
         *Depending on the supply-demand balance of the day, planned blackouts
           may not be carried out. In case the electricity supply-demand balance
           becomes tighter than expected, we will reconsider the rolling blackout
           plan and inform you accordingly before we implement the revised plan.
         *A blackout may occur in the adjacent areas where the planned blackouts
           are carried out

         [Others,
         *In order to prevent fires, please make sure to switch off electric
           appliances such as hair driers when you leaving home.
         *Please carefully pay attention to the traffic at the crossings in
           case the traffic lights are suddenly turned off.
         eAs for the buildings and apartments, please be aware that equipments
           and facilities such as elevators, automatic doors, automatic locks, and
           multilevel parking lots will not function. In particular, please avoid
           using elevators during the scheduled blackouts.

         <Reference>
         oPrediction of demand and supply on March 30
            Estimated Demand   34,000 MW (18:00-19:00)
            Supply Capacity    38,000 MW

         oPrediction of demand and supply on March 31
            Estimated Demand   34,000 MW (18:00-19:00)
            Supply Capacity    38,000 MW
         *Prediction of demand
          According to the weather forecast, the temperature tomorrow on March 31
          will be normal. We assume the estimated peak demand on March 31 will be
          34,000MW, equal to the estimated demand today on March 30.
         *Estimated demand and supply capacity may change depending on the
          situation of the day.

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       Press Releases

         Press Release (Mar 30,2011)
         Implementation Plan of Rolling Blackouts on and after March 31, 2011


         Due to the tight power supply-demand balance, TEPCO has been implementing
         rolling blackouts since Monday, March 14. We sincerely regret causing
         anxiety and inconvenience to our customers and the society. We appreciate
         your cooperation in conserving electricity consumption.
         For customers who will be subject to rolling blackouts, please be prepared
         for the announced blackout periods. Also, for the customers who are not
         subject to blackouts, we would appreciate your continuous cooperation in
         reducing electricity usage by turning off unnecessary lightings and
         electrical appliances.
         We will inform the implementation plan of rolling blackouts on and after
         March 30, 2011 as follows:

         o Implementation plan of rolling blackout on March 31 (Thu.)
         On March 31, Thursday, no rolling blackout will be implemented in any time
         periods based on the today's power demand, the weather forecast on March
         31 and the trend of the power supply. Because of your cooperation in
         conserving electricity, we can avoid the rolling blackout for tomorrow.
         We appreciate your continuous cooperation

         o   Implementation plan of rolling blackouts on April 1            (Fri)-
           April 6 (Wed)
         Please refer to the appendix for details.

         eThe actual blackout period for each Group is  planned to be maximum
            about 3 hours during the relevant scheduled time period.
         'Each blackout period for each Group differs every day and starting
            and ending time of blackout periods may slightly differ.
         *Depending on the supply-demand balance of the day, planned blackouts
            may not be carried out. In case the electricity supply-demand balance
            becomes tighter than expected, we will reconsider the rolling blackout
            plan and inform you accordingly before we implement the revised plan.
         OA blackout may occur in the adjacent areas where the planned blackouts
             are carried out

         [Others]
         oIn order to prevent fires,   please make sure to switch off electric
           appliances such as hair driers when you leaving home.
         ePlease carefully pay attention to the traffic   at the crossings in
           case the traffic   lights are suddenly turned off.
         *As for the buildings and apartments, please be aware that equipments
           and facilities   such as elevators, automatic doors, automatic locks, and
           multilevel parking lots will not function. In particular, please avoid
           using elevators during the scheduled blackouts.

         ,Referenceý
         oPrediction of demand and supply on March 30
            Estimated Demand   34,000 MW (18:00-19:00)
            supply Capacity    38,000 MW

         oPrediction of demand and supply on March 31
            Estimated Demand   34,000 MW (18:00-19:00)
            Supply Capacity    38,000 MW

         -Prediction of demand
          According to the weather forecast, the temperature tomorrow on March 31
          will be normal. We assume the estimated peak demand on March 31 will be
          34,000MW, equal to the estimated demand today on March 30.
         *Estimated demand and supply capacity may change depending on the
          situation of the day.

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       Press Releases

         Press Release (Mar 30,2011)
         Implementation Plan of Rolling Blackouts on and after March 31, 2011


         Due to the tight power supply-demand balance, TEPCO has been implementing
         rolling blackouts since Monday, March 14. We sincerely regret causing
         anxiety and inconvenience to our customers and the society. We appreciate
         your cooperation in conserving electricity   consumption.
         For customers who will be subject to rolling blackouts, please be prepared
         for the announced blackout periods. Also, for the customers who are not
         subject to blackouts, we would appreciate your continuous cooperation in
         reducing electricity   usage by turning off unnecessary lightings and
         electrical  appliances.
         We will inform the implementation plan of rolling blackouts on and after
         March 30, 2011 as follows:

         o Implementation plan of rolling blackout on March 31 (Thu.)
         On March 31, Thursday, no rolling blackout will be implemented in any time
         periods based on the today's power demand, the weather forecast on March
         31 and the trend of the power supply. Because of your cooperation in
         conserving electricity,  we can avoid the rolling blackout for tomorrow.
         We appreciate your continuous cooperation

         o Implementation plan of rolling blackouts on April             1   (Fri)-
           April 6 (Wed)
         Please refer to the appendix for details.

         *The actual blackout period for each Group is planned to be maximum
           about 3 hours during the relevant scheduled time period.
         *Each blackout period for each Group differs every day and starting
           and ending time of blackout periods may slightly differ.
         *Depending on the supply-demand balance of the day, planned blackouts
           may not be carried out. In case the electricity  supply-demand balance
           becomes tighter than expected, we will reconsider the rolling blackout
           plan and inform you accordingly before we implement the revised plan.
         *A blackout may occur in the adjacent areas where the planned blackouts
           are carried out

         [Others]
         oen order to prevent fires, please make sure to switch off electric
           appliances such as hair driers when you leaving home.
         *Please carefully pay attention to the traffic   at the crossings in
           case the traffic   lights are suddenly turned off.
         *As for the buildings and apartments, please be aware that equipments
           and facilities   such as elevators, automatic doors, automatic locks, and
           multilevel parking lots will not function. In particular, please avoid
           using elevators during the scheduled blackouts.

         ,Reference,
         oPrediction of demand and supply on March 30
            Estimated Demand   34,000 MW (18:00-19:00)
            Supply Capacity    38,000 MW

         oPrediction of demand and supply on March 31
            Estimated Demand   34,000 MW (18:00-19:00)
            Supply Capacity    38,000 MW

         *Prediction of demand
          According to the weather forecast, the temperature tomorrow on March 31
          will be normal. We assume the estimated peak demand on March 31 will be
          34,000MW, equal to the estimated demand today on March 30.
         -Estimated demand and supply capacity may change depending on the
          situation of the day.

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       Press Releases

         Press Release (Mar 30,2011)
         The results of nuclide analyses of radioactive materials in the air at the site of Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station (9th
         release)


          On March 22nd 2011, as part of monitoring activity of the surrounding
          environment, we conducted nuclide analysis of radioactive materials
          contained in the air which were collected on March 20th and 21st 2011 at
          the site of Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station, which was damaged by
          Tohoku-Chihou-Taiheiyo-Oki Earthquake. As a result, radioactive materials
          were detected as shown in the attachment. Therefore, we summarized the
          results and reported them to Nuclear and Industry Safety Agency as well as
          to the government of Fukushima Prefecture today. (previously announced)

          On March 28th, 2011, we conducted nuclide analysis of radioactive
          materials contained in the air which were collected on the same date at
          the site of Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station. As a result,
          radioactive materials were detected as shown in the attachment. Therefore,
          we summarized the results and reported them to Nuclear and Industry
          Safety Agency as well as to the government of Fukushima Prefecture today.

         We will continue the sampling survey the same as this one.




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2011.3.30 19:00                                                                                    /•m2")
20.13..0 19:00                                                                                     /(rAPlA2)
                                                                   Fallout
              Prefecture
                                          T-1-131            Cs-137                    Remarks
 1        Hokkaido(Sapporo)         Not Detectable         Not Detectable
 2         Aomori(Aomori)           Not Detectable         Not Detectable
 3         Iwate(Morioka)           Not Detectable         Not Detectable
                                                                              Not be measured because of
 4                Miyagi                                                      the earthquake disaster
                                                                              damage
 5            Akita(Akita)          Not Detectable         Not Detectable
 6       Yamagata(Yamagata)                  -                     -          On Setting up the equipment
 7            Fukushima                      -                     -          Under measurement
 8        Ibaraki(Hitachinaka)              240                    57
 9       Tochigi(Utsunomiya)                180                    50
 10        Gunma(Maebashi)                  5.9            Not Detectable
 11        Saitama(Saitama)                 32                   13
 12         Chiba(Ichihara)                 57                  34
 13        Tokyo(Shinjuku)                  21                    5.4
 14      Kanagawa(Chigasaki)               13                      12
 15          Niigata(Niigata)       Not   Detectable       Not   Detectable
 16          Toyama(Imizu)          Not   Detectable       Not   Detectable
 17       Ishikawa(Kanazawa)        Not   Detectable       Not   Detectable
 18           Fukui(Fukui)          Not   Detectable       Not   Detectable
 19         Yamanashi(Kofu)         Not   Detectable              3.2
 20          Ngano(Nagano)          Not   Detectable       Not   Detectable
 21       Gifu(Kakamigahara)                                       -          Under measurement
 22      Shizuoka(Omaezaki)         Not   Detectable              3.1
 23          Aichi(Nagoya)          Not   Detectable       Not   Detectable
 24          Mie(Yokkaichi)         Not   Detectable       Not   Detectable
 25            Shiga(Otsu)          Not   Detectable       Not   Detectable
 26          Kyoto(Kyoto)           Not   Detectable       Not   Detectable
 27          Osaka(Osaka)           Not   Detectable       Not   Detectable
 28           Hyogo(Kobe)           Not   Detectable       Not   Detectable
 29            Nara (Nara)          Not   Detectable       Not   Detectable
 30     Wakayama(Wakayama)          Not   Detectable       Not   Detectable
 31        Tottori (Tohhaku)        Not   Detectable       Not   Detectable
 32         Shimane(Matsue)         Not   Detectable       Not   Detectable
 33      Okayama(Okayama)           Not   Detectable       Not   Detectable
 34      Hiroshima(Hiroshima)       Not   Detectable       Not   Detectable
 35     Yamaguchi(Yamaguchi)        Not   Detectable       Not   Detectable
 36     Tokushima(Tokushima)        Not   Detectable       Not   Detectable
 37      Kagawa(Takamatsu)          Not   Detectable       Not   Detectable
 38      Ehime(Yawatahama)          Not   Detectable       Not   Detectable
 39          Kochi(Kochi)           Not Detectable         Not Detectable
 40        Fukuoka(Dazaifu)         Not Detectable         Not Detectable
 41           Saga(Saga)            Not Detectable         Not Detectable
 42       Nagasaki(Ohmura)          Not Detectable         Not Detectable
 43        Kumamoto(Uto)            Not Detectable         Not Detectable
 44           Oita(Oita)            Not Detectable         Not Detectable
 45       Miyazaki(Miyazaki)             2.5               Not Detectable
 46     Kagoshima(Kagoshima)        Not Detectable         Not Detectable
47         Okinawa(Nanjo)           Not Detectable         Not Detectable
      *The table was made by MEXT, based on the reports from prefectures
                                                                                                                                                        I      News Release

                                     Readings at Monitoring Post out of 20 Km Zone of Fukushima Dai-ichi NPP
                                                                                                                                                        As of 16:00 March 30, 2011
                                                                                                                                    Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science
                                                                                                                                                           and Technology (MEXT)

OMonitoring Outputs by MEXT *Boldface and underlined readings are new.
                                                                                                                                  * 1 measured by Geiger-Muiller counter
                                                                                                                                  * 2 measured by ionization chamber type survey
                                                                                                                              meter
                                                                                                                              * 3 measured by Nal scintillator detector
            Monitoring Post
          (length from NPP)                     Monitoring Time   Reading (unit "i Sv / h)                                              Weather                  Reading by
                                                                                                                                                            JAEA (Japan Atomic
Reading Point   [1]   (About   60KmNorthwest)   2011/3/30 8:53              2.0                                                          No Rain               E ner aaAgen c
                                                                                                                                                               En ergyj Agency)

Reading Point [2]     (About 55KmNorthwest)     2011/3/30 9:23              4.0 *2N                   37    41      12.7 "                                  JAEA (Japan Atomic
                                                                                                E:   140'   33      29.3"                                     Energy Agency)
Reading Point [3]     (About 45KmNorthwest)     2011/3/30 9:50              4.6 *2             N:     37    45      40.5 "               NoJAEA                   (Japan Atomic
                                                                                               E:    140'   44'     19.9"                                     Energy Agency)
Reading Point [5]     (About 45KmNorth)         2011/3/30 10:21             1.0*2              N:     37    47'     17.4"                                   JAEA (Japan Atomic
                                                                                               E:    140    55'     59.1                                      Energy Agency)
Reading Point [10]    (About   40KmNorthwest)   2011/3/30 10:07             0.8*2              N:
                                                                                               E:     37
                                                                                                     140    35
                                                                                                            35~'    36.0No
                                                                                                                        ,.N                 Rain
                                                                                                                                            Ri"MX                  MEXT

Reading Point [11]    (About 40KmNorthwest)     2011/3/30 10:22             1.1   *2           N:     37    34'     00.0"                No Rain                   MEXT
                                                                                               E:    140'   34'     48.0                 N
Reading Point [12] (About 40KmWest)             2011/3/30 11:44            0.2 *2              N:     37    25'     53.6    "No             Rain                   MEXT
                                                                                               E:    140    35'     44.2
Re dini Point [13] (About 40KmWest)             2011/3/30 12:03              4 *2
                                                                                --              N: 140
                                                                                                E." 37  26' '
                                                                                                        31    0.                         No Rain                   MEXT
                                                                                     0.   *A   2N.2 37_?&___09_
Readinx Point L141 (About 35KmWest)             2011/3/30 12:11            0.1                  E.2 140 3                                No Rain                   ME0[

Readinx Point   L151 (About 35KmWest)           2011/3/30J12:25            0.1, 2                                                        N: Ra i                   M5X"

Reading Point [20]    (About 45KmNorthwest)     2011/3/30 10:49            0.7*2               N:     37'   29'     24.2                 No Rain                   MEXT
                                                                                               E:    140    34'     54.2
Reading Point [21]    (About30KWestNodhwest)    2011/3/30 11:16            4.6*2               N:     37    30' '   28.7"
                                                                                               E:    140    42      08.7"                No Rain                   MEXT
                                                                                                                                                                                 * 1 measured by Geiger-Muller counter
                                                                                                                                                                                 * 2 measured by ionization chamber type survey
                                                                                                                                                                                 meter
                                                                                                                                                                                 * 3 measured by Nal scintillator detector
               Monitoring Post
             (length from NPP)                                Monitoring Time             Reading (unit : /USv / h )                                  Z %lf                             Weather                     Reading by

Reading Point [22]         (About   3OKmWest-Northwast)       2011/3/30 11:06                          0.7   *2                   N:         37         30'          41.3               No Rain                         MEXT
                                                                                                                                  E:        140         39'          28.8
Reading Point [23]         (About   30KmWest-Northwest)       2011/3/30 10:58                          0.8 *2                     N:         37         30    '      18.9                                               MEXT
                                                                                                                                  E:        140         34'          40.6"              No Rain
Re ding Point 1711 (About MmSouth)                            2                                              *2
                                                                                                             _
                                                                                                                                  N"                                                                       Police ( counter NBC
                                                                                                                                 to               *2Police                              No Rain              operations unit
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  ( counter NBC
eudina Point [721 (About 30KmSouth)                           2011/3/30 8:24                            .2                        N:              -                                     No Raino           Pi           unt N
                                                                                                                   o.,2N                                                                                   Polises ( counter NBC•
     dina           [73] (About 35KmSouth)                    2011/3/30 8:47                                 *2                        .                                                No Rain               operations unitN

Re          oit74          (About 3mSouth)                    2011/3/30 9:21                          0.5_
                                                                                                     _N:_
                                                                                                             *2    [IN:                                                                                    Police ( counter NBC
                                                                                                                     _•__                                         _ons                  No Rain              oe_         unitU
 adirm Po.[.75i] (About 45KmSouth)                            2011/3/30 7:03
                                                                                                              2
                                                                                                             (o*                  N.                                                       Raino
                                                                                                                                                                                                           Police ( counter NBC
                                                                                                                                                                                                           PoliceNo unt N
                                                                                                                                                              .              .uniU                           o."t,
R     eaing         [6n]                                                                                     o*2                                                                                           Police ( counter NBC
                           (About 25KMSouthwest)              2011/     30 1:                                                          .                                                No Rain              operations unit)
      Point
Readin7              7] (About        S5KmSouthwest)          2011/3/30 12:48                        1.7 *2                       N,                                                    No Rain            Police ( count r NBC

Readin Point        [78] (About 45KmNorthwast)                                                                                    N::                                                                      Police ( counter NBC
                                                              2011/3/30 8:00                          0.6 16*2                    E                                                     No Rain              ooerations unit
Reding Point        [179 (About 30KmNorthwast)                2011/3/30 9:05                         16.7    *2                   N3-                                                   No Rain            Police ( counter NBC
                                                                                                              --__   _L"                                  :,                                                 operations unit )
                                                                                                                                  N:                                                                       Police ( counter NBC
Reading Point [80] (About 25KmNorth)                          2011/3/30 11:33                         0.6                         E:"n
                                                                                                             *2                                                                         No Rain)
Reading Point [85]         (About       5KmNorthw)            2011/3/30 11:09                                                     N:                                                                       JAEA (Ja3an Atomi4
Re-                                                                                                                               E." 140
                                                                    14:41                          0.59.
                                                                                                   0.0___1.3.2.4                                       22                               No Rain              Energy ADencs)
                                                                                                                                                        N.               0.0Police
                                                                                                                                                                         3    33                                  ( counter NBC
                                                                          ___________E:                                                     14o2'er0ato                                     ai                       ofDfnse
                                                                                                                                                                                                                 ionist
Readinff Point LW3                                                                                                   593*2I                                                                                Police ( counter NBC
                           (About 20KrNorthwekt)              2011/3/30 9:18                         59.                          E.N             ;           "              ;          No Rainoprtnsui


Readina   Point [L         (About 50kmNorthwest)              2011/3/30 14:00                         0.8 *2                      N"         37        423           45.0               No Rain             Ministry of Defense
                                                                                                                                           N: 7 '      42 '          45.0
Reading Point [85]         (About 60krnNorthwest)             2011/3/30 6:00                          0.4                         E:10'22'                           5.                 No Rain             Ministry of Defense
                      _ _ __ _ __
                         _               _   _       _    _       _ _   _ _     _ _       _ __..              ..           _ _    E:  140°              22'          59.0_                  _ __"_              _   _   _   _ _    _
                                                                                                            0.8 *24-03                                 223'          57.0"
Reading Point LW6          (About 55kmWest)                   2011/3/30 14:00T                        0.8 *29                     N:         37I       2__                              No. RanMnity                        Dees
                                                                                                                                            * 1 measured by Geiger-MUller counter
                                                                                                                                            * 2 measured by. ionization chamber type survey
                                                                                                                                            meter
                                                                                                                                              3 measured by Nal scintillator detector
              Monitoring
            (length from Post
                         NPP)                   Monitoring Time              Reading (unit : /USv / h )                T                           Weather                  Reading by

Reading Point [86] (About 55kmWest)             2011/3/30 ____________________E:
                                                           6:00                        1.3 *2             N:    37
                                                                                                               140 °       23
                                                                                                                           19'     57.0
                                                                                                                                   35.0"N          No Rain
                                                                                                                                                       anMnstyo         Ministry of Defense
                                                                                                                                                                                     ees
Reading Point [871 (About 30kmWest-Southwest)   2011/3/30 14:00                        1.2*2              N:    37         21      42.0            No Rain              Ministry of Defense
                                                                                       ___E:                   140         !L42'   54.0Nt

Reading Point [87] (About 3OkýWest-Southwest)   2011/3/30 6:00                         1.3 *2             N:    37         21      42.0            No Rain              Ministry of Defense
                                                                                                          E:   140         42      54.0N
Fukushima Di-ichi Nuclear Power Station Major Parameters         of the Plant (As of 14:00, March 29th)
Unit No.                     Unit 1                              Unit 2                            Unit 3                              Unit 4          Unit 5            Unit 6
                             Injecting freshwater via the        Injecting freshwater via the Fire Injecting freshwater via the Fire
                             Water Supply Line.                  Extinguish Line.                  Extinguish Line.
Situation of water injection Flow rate of injected water : 133   Flow rate of injected water :117 Flow rate of injected water: 200     Under           Under             Under
                             Q/min                               Q/min                             Q/min                               shutdown        shutdown          shutdown
                             (As of 8:32, March 29th)            (As of 0:12, March 28th)           (As of 20:32, March 28th)
                             temporary measuring instrument      temporary measuring instrument temporary measuring instrument
                                                                                                                                                       Shutdown         Shutdown
                            Fuel range A: - 1,650mm                                                Fuel range A:- 1,850mm                              range            range
Reactor water level         Fuel range B •-1,600mm               Fuel range A: -1,500mm            Fuel range B:-2,250mm               #2              measurement      measurement
                            (As of 13:00, March 29th)            (As of 13:00, March 29t            As of 12:00, March 29th)                           (sf4 14:00,
                                                                                                                                                       (As of :,           s of 4:00,
                                                                                                                                                                        (As 1 14:00,
                                                                                                                                                       March 29th)      March 29th)
                             0.37 1MPa g(A)                      -0.025MPa g (A)                    0.029MPa g (A)                                     0.009MPa g       0.005MPa g
Reactor pressure             0.49 1MPa g(B)                      -0.025MPa g (B)                   -0.095MPa g (C)                     #2              (As of 14:00,    (As of 14:00,
                             (As of 13:00, March 29th)           (As of 13:00, March 29th)         (As of 12:00, March 29th)                           March 29th)      March 29th)
                                                                                                                                                       40.50C           30.3 0C
Reactor water temperature    ( Impossible collection due to low system flow rate)                                                      #2              (As of 14:00,    (As of 14:00,
                                                                                                                                                       March 29th)      March 29th)
                            Feedwater nozzle -temperature: Feedwater nozzle temperature:           Feedwater nozzle temperature:       Unit4
                                  0                                   0
Reactor Pressure Vessel     299.4 C                              160.5 C                           62.29C (under survey)                No heating element (fuel) inside the reactor
(RPV) temperature           Temperature at the bottom head       Temperature at the bottom head    Temperature at the bottom head      Unit 5,6
       (P )tm
            eaueof            RPV: 135.80 C                      of RPV: 143.6 0C                  of RPV: 121.1'C                     U onit orn
                                                                                                                                            5,6ereco               atrt mp rtr
                            (As of 13:00, March 29th)            (As of 13:00, March 29th)         (As of 12:00, March 29th)            Monitoring by the reactor water temperature
                            D/W: 0.265MPa abs                    D/W: 0.1OOMPa abs                 D/W: 0.1075MPa abs
D/W*I Pressure, S/C*2       S/C: 0.265MPa abs                    S/C:Down scale (under survey)     S/C: 0.1796MPa abs                  #2
                            (As of 13:00, March 29th)            (As of 13:00, March 29th)         (As of 12:00, March 29th)
                            D/W: 3.38X I0'Sv/h                   D/W: 4.05X I0'Sv/h                D/W: 2.86X 10XSv/h
CAMS*3                      S/C: 1.97 X 10 Sv/h                  S/C: 1.33 X 10°Sv/h               S/C: 1.16 X 10°Sv/h                 #2
                            (As of 13:00, March 29th)            (As of 13:00, March 29th)         (As of 12:00, March 29th)
D/W*I design operating      0.384MPa g(0.485MPa abs)             0.384MPa g(0.485MPa abs)          0.384MPa g(0.485MPa abs)            #2
pressure
D/W*1            maximum    0.427MPa g(0.528MPa abs)             0.427MPa g(0.528MPa abs)          0.427MPa g(0.528MPa abs)
operating pressure
                                                                                                                                                       38.69C           21.5°C
Spent Fuel Pool water       #1                                   46C#1                                                                 #1              (As of 14:00,    (As of 14:00,
                                                                 (As of 13:00, March 29th)                                                             March 29th)      March 29th)
                                                                                                                                       5,250mm
                            4,500mm                              5,700mm                            #(                                      o10    0 #
FPC skimmer level
                            (As of 13:00, March 29th).           (As of 13:00, March 29th)         #1                                  (As of 12:00, #2
                                                                                                                                       March 29th)

Power supply                Receiving external power supply (P/C*4 2C)                             Receiving external power supply (P/C4D)             Receiving
                                                                                                                                                    P ssupply        external     power
                                                                                                                             Common            Unit5:SHC     Unit6:
                                                                                                                             pool: about       mode          Supplemental
                             Unit3: Collecting the data of RPV temperature and continuing survey for transitional situation  35 °C (As of      (From 11:47   Fuel Pool
Other information            Unit2: Confirmed the indicated value of S/C Pressure but continuing to survey the transition of 16:10, March      March 28th)   Cooling
                             condition                                                                                       28th)                           mode
                                                                                                                                                             (From 18:06
                                                                                                                                                             March 28th)



Pressure conversion     Gauge pressure (MPa g) = Absolute pressure (MPa abs) - Atmospheric pressure (Normal atmospheric pressure 0. 1013MPa)
                        Absolute pressure (MPa abs) = Gauge pressure (MPa g) + Atmospheric pressure (Normal atmospheric pressure 0. 1013MPa)


*1   D/W      :    Dry Well
*2   S/C       :   Suppression Chamber
*3   CAMS     :    Containment Atmospheric Monitoring System
*4   P/C       :   Power Center

#1            : Measuring instrument malfunction
#2              Except from data collection

				
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