I've seen nice graph showing relative activity of each isotope in Chernobyl fallout:
Could anyone suggest similar graph or raw data but for absolute isotope activity for the case of nuclear explosion fallout? (for some boosted fission bomb)
So that one could see how much gamma, beta and alpha-active particles one should expect over time, and particle energy.
PS. This graph is for damaged nuclear plant fallout, but I want absolute graph for nuclear explosion fallout. Explosions have different isotope content due to much shorter duration.
Update: I see that graph might be hard to find. Maybe someone have isotope content i.e. how much % of each isotope? Or at least how it is supposed to be different from Chernobyl fallout. Then I might be able to simulate decay by myself.