Radon Monitoring Near a Department of Energy (DOE) Facility at Fernald, Ohio

Exposures and Health Outcomes from Uranium Mill Tailings

Surface Reactivity of High Level Waste Matrices Characterized by Radiometric Emanation Method

Expert System Application in Construction for Preventing Radon Entry into Houses

The Need to Address Enhanced Radon Emission in the Environmental Impact Report of Yucca Mountain

Radon Concentration and Working Level in the Exploratory Studies Facility (ESF)

Continuous, Environmental Radon Monitoring Program at The Yucca Mountain Site Characterization Project

Active Versus Passive Radon Monitoring at the Yucca Mountain Site

Yucca Mountain: A Potential Trade-Off in Radiological Hazards

Contribution of Waterborne Radon to Home Air Quality
A controlled experiment was performed to explore the contribution of waterborne radon to home air quality and the effect of radon removal from a centralized water system on indoor radon...

Mine Support, Radiation and Ventilation Control with Spray-on Barriers
The use of spray-on liner agents to provide localized excavation support in place of traditional techniques such as shotcrete or bolts-and-screen has been the subject of extensive investigation....

Potential Increases in Natural Radon Emissions Due to Heating of the Yucca Mountain Rock Mass

Session Summary—Risk Communication and Perception

Multi-Stage Diffused Bubble Aeration System for the Removal of Volatile Organics and Radon, a Case History

Brackish Groundwater Desalting in Southern California: A Summary of Case Studies

Impact of Proposed Radon Drinking Water Regulations on Groundwater Systems in California
This summer, the Environmental Protection Agency is expected to propose a maximum contaminant level (MCL) of 300 pCi/l for radon in drinking water. This anticipated MCL, if adopted, will...

Natural Radionuclides in Groundwater From J-13 Well at the Nevada Test Site
The concentrations of U-238 and Th-232 chain members are extremely low in J-13 water, suggesting that their concentrations in groundwaters are largely governed by sorption/desorption processes....

Expert Systems for Assessment of Radon Gas
This paper covers a brief discussion of enviro-geotechnical aspects of radioactive toxic radon gas. Basic information required for assessment and controlling this gas is summarized and...

Occupational and Environmental Exposures to Radon: A Perspective for Mitigators
Occupational exposures to radon and radon decay products and the associated high incidence of radiation induced lung cancer form the basis for our present-day concern for limiting exposures...

Radon Entry & Control Versus Indoor Dynamics
The measurements of air infiltration, interzonal transport and exfiltration as the diagnostic procedures have been significantly influential in the selection, implementation and evaluation...





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