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|Main Title||Radiation dose estimates due to air particulate emissions from selected phosphate industry operations [microform] /|
|Author||Partridge, J. E. ; Horton, T. R. ; Sensintaffar, E. L. ; Boysen, G. A.|
|CORP Author||Eastern Environmental Radiation Facility, Montgomery, AL.|
|Stock Number||PB-291 924|
|Additional Subjects||Radiation dosage ; Phosphate mining ; Phosphate deposits ; Mining ; Mills ; Radium isotopes ; Uranium isotopes ; Polonium 210 ; Thorium 228 ; Uranium 238 ; Thorium isotopes ; Uranium 235 ; Surveys ; Air pollution ; Florida ; Radioactive aerosols ; Radium 226 ; Uranium 234 ; Thorium 227 ; Thorium 230 ; Thorium 232|
|Collation||40 p. : tables, figs. ; 28 cm.|
The EPA Office of Radiation Programs has conducted a series of studies to determine the radiological impact of the phosphate mining and milling industry. This report describes the efforts to estimate the radiation doses due to airborne emissions of particulates from selected phosphate milling operations in Florida. Two 'wet process' phosphoric acid plants and one ore drying facility were selected for this study. The 1976 Annual Operations/Emissions Report, submitted by each facility to the Florida Department of Environmental Regulation, and a field survey trip by EPA personnel to each facility were used to develop data for dose calculations. The field survey trip included sampling for stack emissions and ambient air samples collected in the general vicinity of each plant. Population and individual radiation dose estimates are made based on these sources of data.
ORP/EERF-78-1. June 1978. Includes bibliographical references and abstracts. Microfiche.