participants in the survey and published by the contractor organization, the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory. I do not have copies of the scope, general directives, work documents, work plans or other documents which discuss the purpose of the survey. I do not have information about the total budget for the survey. The following are costs incurred in the preparation and publication of the DOE-1982 booklet, “The Meaning of Radiation for Those Atolls in the Northern Part of the Marshall Islands That Were Surveyed in 1978." Question 2 a. b. I do not have precise information about when the survey was initiated. I assume the survey was completed with the publication of Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory's report, UCRL~52853 Pt 4, September 30, 1982. I do not know what the Rongelap people were told about the survey. subsequently received copies of the DOE-1982 booklet. ; They Marshallese government officials, including representative of the Rongelap people, attended a presentation of the information in the Marshallese language in the DOE-1982 booklet in Majuro in December 1982. Also, in the spring of 1983 a DOE team visited Rongelap. I was not a member of that team. I do not have knowledge about studies, reports, briefings, or other communications given the Rongelap people during the time the study team was engaged in its work. Question 3 a. Changes made between the first two books and the DOE~1982 booklet included: (1) Improved description of radioactivity and radiation from atomic bombs and from natural sources. (2) Improved description of transport of radioactive materials from soils to the food chain and to man. (3) A more detailed approach to describing how radiation causes changes in cells which lead to biological effects. (4) (5) (6) - papgrmation was omitted that pertained specifically to Enewetak and Bikini. Information was added describing how the survey was performed by scientists from the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory. Radiological information was added for all the northern Marshall Islands. Based on experience with the first two books, changes were made to improve communication of information about radiation. Also, information specific to Enewetak and Bikini was omitted, and information specific to all the northern Marshall Islands was added. In the Enewetak and Bikini books, specific information was given for plutonium and americium because the tests of nuclear weapons on these atolls distributed readily detectable quantities of these radionuclides. According to the survey results published in the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory Report, UCRL-52853 Pt 4, September 30, 1982, the contribution of plutonium to the 30 year integral bone marrow dose of 3.3 rem was 0.00051 rem from ingestion and 0.0078 rem from inhalation.