PrepTalks: Brooke Buddemeier "Saving Lives After a Nuclear Detonation."

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Symposium date: September 6, 2018

In his PrepTalk, Brooke Buddemeier educates emergency managers, community leaders, and the public on the effects of a nuclear detonation, critical protective actions, and the role of local emergency responders. His modeling of nuclear detonations demonstrates how getting indoors can save lives from the blast effects and fallout. 

Brooke Buddemeier is a certified health physicist in the Global Security Directorate of Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, providing technical leadership to deliver supporting science for radiological and nuclear terrorism risk assessments and response planning. He facilitates response preparedness activities through advanced modeling and close coordination with federal, state, and local response organizations.

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