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Remaining Simulcast Questions and Answers from August 9, 2016

Question 1: How are mujnitons that have been degraded distinguished from scrap?

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Question 2: will pipes or metal barrels be identified?

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Question 3: Are UXO technician anomaly resolution procedures similar to single coil methods such as millivolt reduction, or is post confirmation mapping done to indicate no TOIs remain?

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Question 4: Can UXO technicians who investigate the anomalies unambiguously resolve the target, or do all anomalies require a geophysicist to review the expected vs. actual results to complete the grid?

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Question 5: Regulators usually don't have the MQs required of contractors. How is this shortcoming addressed?

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Question 6: What is the forumla for selecting how many anomalies past the dig threshold? Why "200"?

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Question 7: Does soil moisture affect sensitivity of the equipment?

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Question 8: Given the uncertainty in anomaly location, what is the typical excavation area around each?

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