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The following references were inadvertently left out of the article, “ Investigation of an Accidental Radiological Release in an Underground Disposal Facility” by James Poppiti and Ryan Sheffield. The article appeared in the February 2016 issue of Operational Radiation Safety on pages S39–S47.

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