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Main Title Radon, radium, and other radioactivity in ground water : hydrogeologic impact and application to indoor airborne contamination : proceedings of the NWWA Conference, April 7-9, 1987, Somerset, New Jersey /
Other Authors
Author Title of a Work
Graves, Barbara J.
CORP Author Association of Ground Water Scientists and Engineers (U.S.); United States. Environmental Protection Agency.; National Well Water Association.
Publisher Lewis ; National Water Well Association,
Year Published 1987
OCLC Number 15790895
ISBN 0873711173; 9780873711173
Subjects Radioactive substances in rivers, lakes, etc--Congresses. ; Groundwater--Pollution--Congresses. ; Drinking water--Contamination--Congresses. ; Radioisotopes--Environmental aspects--Congresses. ; Hydrogeology--Congresses. ; Indoor air pollution--Congresses. ; Radioisotopes--congresses. ; Water Pollutants--congresses. ; Water Supply--congresses.
Additional Subjects Radioactive substances in rivers, lakes, etc.--Congresses ; Water, Underground--Pollution--Congresses ; Drinking water--Contamination--Congresses ; Radionuclides--Environmental aspects--Congresses ; Hydrogeology--Congresses ; Air--Pollution, Indoor--Congresses
Internet Access
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Publisher description http://catdir.loc.gov/catdir/enhancements/fy0744/87003624-d.html
Holdings
Library Call Number Additional Info Location Last
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Status
ELBM  TD427.R3N85 1987 AWBERC Library/Cincinnati,OH 01/01/1988
ERAM  TD427.R3N85 1987 Region 9 Library/San Francisco,CA 08/20/1993
Collation xii, 546 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm
Notes
Cover title: Radon in ground water. "Coordinated by the National Water Well Association." Includes bibliographical references.
Contents Notes
"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."--Publisher description (LoC).