Radon in Ground Water

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This new book focuses on sampling and analysis, radon and radium in water supply wells, predictive models, geologic and hydrogeologic controls that influence radon occurrence, monitoring radon and other radioactivity from geologic sources and mining impacts on occurrence of radioactivity in ground water. Also discussed are occurrence, testing, treatment, and reduction of radon from groundwater. Because the most severe health hazard from indoor radioactivity results from inhalation of short-lived radioactive decay products of radon, the EPA scheduled a major conference early in 1987 on Radon, Radium, and Other Radioactivity in Ground Water-Hydrogeologic Impact and Application to Indoor Airborne Contamination. The result is this book.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780873711173
  • Publisher: Taylor & Francis
  • Publication date: 7/1/1987
  • Pages: 562
  • Product dimensions: 6.14 (w) x 9.21 (h) x 1.25 (d)

Table of Contents

KEYNOTE. Development of Regulations for Radionuclides in Drinking Water. GEOLOGIC AND HYDROGEOLOGIC CONTROLS INFLUENCING RADON OCCURRENCE. Geologic Controls and Radon Occurrence in New England. The Effect of Uranium Siting in Two-Mica Granites on Uranium Concentrations and Radon Activity in Ground Water. Source and Distribution of Natural Radioactivity in Ground Water of the Newark Basin, New Jersey. MONITORING RADON, RADIUM AND OTHER RADIOACTIVITY FROM GEOLOGIC AND HYDROGEOLOGIC SOURCES. Elevated Levels of Radioactivity in Water Wells in Los Angeles and Orange Counties, California. A Preliminary Assessment of Factors Affecting Radon Levels in Idaho. Natural Radioactivity in Some Ground Waters of the Canadian Shield. Determination of Bulk Radon Emanation Rates by High Resolution Gamma-Ray Spectroscopy. Radon in Ground Water of the Long Valley Caldera, California. MINING IMPACTS ON THE OCCURRENCE OF RADON, RADIUM AND OTHER RADIOACTIVITY IN GROUND WATER. Radioactivity in Hocking River Basin. Factors Controlling Uranium and Radium Isotopic Distributions in Ground Waters of the West Central Florida Phosphate District. SAMPLING AND ANALYSIS OF RADON, RADIUM AND OTHER RADIOACTIVITY IN GROUND WATER. Sampling and Analysis of Dissolved Radon-222 in Surface and Ground Water. Radon-222 Concentrations of Ground Water from a Test Zone in a Shallow Alluvial Aquifer in the Santa Clara Valley, California. An Improved Method for the Simultaneous Determination of Radium-224, Radium-226, and Radium-228 in Water, Soils, and Sediments. Nationwide Distribution of Radium-228, Radium-226, Radon-222, and Uranium in Ground Water. Radon Measurement in Streams to Determine Location and Magnitude of Ground Water Seepage. Polonium in the Surficial Aquifer of West Central Florida. A Technique for the Rapid Extraction of Radon-222 from Water Samples and a Case Study. Relation Between Natural Radionuclide Activities and Chemical Constituents in Ground Water of the Newark Basin, New Jersey. RADON AND RADIUM IN WATER SUPPLY WELLS. Radon Survey of the American Water Works System. A Connecticut Radon Study-Using Limited Water Sampling and a Statewide Ground Gamma Radiation Survey to Help Guide an Indoor Air Testing Program: A Progress Report. Extreme Levels of Radon-222 and Uranium in a Private Water Supply. Radium-226 and Radon-222 in Domestic Water of Houston-Harris County, Texas. Radium, Radon, and Uranium Isotopes in Ground Water from Cambrian-Ordovician Sandstone Aquifers in Illinois. Radon Production in Pumping Wells. Radium-228 and Radon-226 in the Ground Water of the Chickies Formation, Southeastern Pennsylvania. Hydrogeologic Controls on the Occurrence of Radionuclides in Ground Water of Southern Ontario. PREDICTIVE MODELS FOR THE OCCURRENCE OF RADON AND OTHER RADIOACTIVITY. A Predictive Model for Indoor Radon Occurrences-A First Approximation. REMEDIAL ACTIONS FOR RADON, RADIUM AND OTHER RADIOACTIVITY. A Method of Radon Reduction for New Buildings. Treatment Scheme for Controlling the Migration of Radium from a Tailings Impoundment. Assessing the Potential Water Quality Hazards Caused by Disposal of Radium-Containing Waste Solids by Soil Blending. Radon in Water Supply Wells: Treatment Facility Requirements and Costs. Occurrence and Treatment of Uranium in Point of Use Systems in Colorado.

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