Monday, June 17, 2002 Issue 2   VOLUME 1 ISSUE 2  

PALMTOP EMERGENCY ACTION FOR CHEMICALS (PEAC)

PEAC is
pronounced PEAK

CONTENTS
Let's Take a PEAC at PEAC
Technical Dialogue
Technical Tidbit
Wonderful Wyoming
Just What The Doctor Ordered
Let's Take a PEAC at the Next Issue
Authorized Distributors of the PEAC Systems
Upcoming PEAC Events
COMMENTS/SUGGESTIONS

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Issue 1, May 2002
May 17, 2002
Vol. 1 Issue 1
Let's Take a PEAC at PEAC
See how the PEAC software operates by using the example of hydrogen chloride.
[FULL STORY]
 
Technical Dialogue
TNT Equivalent

The latest upgrade of the PEAC software included explosives and the explosives calculator for standoff distances. With this in mind, we thought it a good idea to explore the concept of TNT equivalency.
[FULL STORY]
 
Technical Tidbit
Many hazardous materials have their Level of Concern (LOC) expressed as both ppm and mg/m3. Read this article to learn about the conversion between parts per million (ppm) and milligrams per cubic meter (mg/m3).
[FULL STORY]
 
Wonderful Wyoming
Yellowstone National Park

Take a PEAC at the first National Park in the United States: Yellowstone National Park. Here you will find a handful of websites that will help you learn about this precious place. Maybe you can plan to come visit sometime!!
[FULL STORY]
 
Just What The Doctor Ordered
A Little Laughter

We hope you enjoy these!!

[FULL STORY]
 
Let's Take a PEAC at the Next Issue
Go ahead and take a quick PEAC at what we are working on for the next issue of the First Responder.
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