2 edition of Evaluation of radon sources and phosphate slag in Butte, Montana found in the catalog.
1983 by Montana Dept. of Health and Environmental Sciences in Helena] .
Written in English
|Statement||Larry L. Lloyd|
|Contributions||Montana. Dept. of Health and Environmental Sciences|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 75 leaves :|
|Number of Pages||75|
Field Studies of Radon in Rocks, Soils, and Water focuses on the principal sources of indoor radon and detecting radon through geochemical and hydrological studies of ground water. The book addresses how to measure radon, covers geological field study techniques, and presents techniques for assessing radon potential. The geochemical and hydrological studies of ground water cover such areas as. The abundance and distribution of radioelements on bulk and microscopic scales were investigated in residual granitic-derived soil at a facility for investigating the movement of radon into structures. In bulk soil samples, Ra concentrations range from to pCi/g, and variations in Ra, Th, and K appear to be controlled mainly by heterogeneities inherited from the parent granitic rock Cited by: The Montana public health agency "doesn't encourage (the mines') use," said Dr. Todd Damrow of the Montana Department of Public Health and Human Service. "But people are free to use them." And.
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Evaluation of radon sources and phosphate slag in Butte, Montana. Washington, D.C.: Office of Radiation Programs, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency,  (OCoLC) EPA / of Radon Sources and Phosphate Slag in Butte, Montana Larry L.
Uoyd Occupational Health Bureau Montana Department of Health and Environmental Sciences June This report was prepared under EPA Contract No. Project Officer Michael F. O'Connell Office of Radiation Programs U.S.
Environmental Protection Agency Washington, D.C. Hire the Best Radon Testing Services in Butte, MT on HomeAdvisor. Compare Homeowner Reviews from 2 Top Butte Radon Gas Testing services. Get Quotes & Book Instantly. Radon in air is measured in a variety of units, i.e. Becquerels per cubic meter of air (Bq/m3), picocuries per liter of air (pic/L), etc.
In Montana, we refer to radon levels in homes using picocuries. The U.S. EPA has documented the radon potential of Montana and defines the zones as follows. Butte, Montana Radon Information. Butte, MT and the zip code are located in Silver Bow County, which has an EPA assigned Radon Zone of 1.
A radon zone of 1 predicts an Montana book indoor radon screening level greater than 4 pCi/L, which is above the recommended levels assigned by the EPA. Butte is located in a high risk area of the country.
Lloyd, L.L. "Evaluation of Radon Sources and Phosphate Slag in Butte, Montana," Report EPA /, June Morris, C.N., et al. "Instrument Comparisons for the Butte EPA Study (revised edition)," Report to the Environmental Protection Agency, Project #, November Stanford Libraries' official online search tool for books, media, journals, databases, government documents and more.
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Decaying uranium from phosphate mines also releases radon, an odorless, radioactive gas that is linked to lung cancer. Testing has revealed radon levels significantly higher than surrounding land.
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After forming underground, radon seeps up through the soil and rock until it emerges Author: TODD SEIB. Montana, like other states in the Rocky Mountain Region, is a high-radon geographic area with all but 7 of Montana’s 56 counties designated by the Environmental Protection Agency as having the most serious radon risk (i.e., Zone 1).
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Lewistown, Montana Radon Information. Lewistown, MT and the zip code are located in Fergus County, which has an EPA assigned Radon Zone of 1. A radon zone of 1 predicts an average indoor radon screening level greater than 4 pCi/L, which is above the recommended levels assigned by the EPA.
Lewistown is located in a high risk area of the. high radon. Granites and sheared rocks are generally sources of very high radon. Another factor reflected in Fig.
2 '- is permeability. At lower permeability, radon migration in the soil is impeded and at higher permeability radon migration is favored, or radon may move by flow rather than diffusion. The permeability of saprolitic soils over.
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